Developers, BHA Ready to Meet with Residents and Community (Boston Housing Authority)

Date Published: 
May 23rd, 2019

From the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge:

Following the blockbuster commitment of $30 million from the City, the developers of the mixed-income Bunker Hill Housing development are ready to start meeting with the community ahead of their official City filings.

Boston Housing Authority (BHA) Director Bill McGonagle said they have scheduled meetings this month with BHA residents and with the general community regarding the revised development plans.

“We’re looking forward to getting the public review process rolling and getting construction started on what we think is a long-anticipated re-development of the public housing community,” he said on Tuesday. “I think it’s pretty much accepted in the neighborhood that the status quo is not acceptable. We’re ready to roll out the latest plan, getting in the ground and getting this thing built.”

Read the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge's article "Developers, BHA Ready to Meet with Residents and Community ," featuring the Boston Housing Authority.

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