Save Historic Boston Public Waterfront!

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Gail Miller
5 days ago
I’m signing because the waterfront should now be afforded open space for residents, too little of in Charlestown, especially. LoPresti Park on Eastie’s waterfront is an example as to why this should not have an overbearing structure on it!

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Frank Lazzara
3 weeks ago
Save pier 5

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Carole Scott
4 weeks ago
this degvelopment will cause that much more pollution, and
if recent Fla highrise is not
warning enough to stop this
insanity, rising ocean levels
aught to do it.

sound like somebody's bread was buttered.

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Fritzie Nace
Jun 21, 2021
We need to maintain as much public green space in our city-scape as possible. Let's turn some of those huge luxury condos that house 1-4 people into spaces that can house 4 - 6 people, densifying the already existing structures. Also, developing on the waterfront may not be a good long-term decision with sea level rising annually.

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Sheila Puffer
Jun 17, 2021
I want open space for the public

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sabrina Wright
Jun 15, 2021
Keep it public not private. Rich developers building all over the waterfront views no where for those not so well of to enjoy the views.

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Rosemary Kverek
Jun 11, 2021
The waterfront belongs to all of us.....

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Bianca Ledesma
May 5, 2021
I understand from a business perspective the potential financial gain that would come from this project, however landmark gems are important to keep within the community. The more construction/ buildings and less nature space to think and recharge the more depression rates go up .... suicides etc. Besides respect is important, especially to those in the residing city that work and are apart of the economic flow. By destroying a piece of their home is a huge slap in the face if the city is allowing such demolishing.

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Dain Perry
May 1, 2021
Let’s keep Pier 5 as a public space, dedicated to the men and women who served and passed through the Navy Yard during the 170+ years it served our country as a navy yard. Do the repairs needed to make it safe, create green and open space, and have memorials to the sailors, marines, and workers who served here.

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Lynellyn Long
Apr 30, 2021
I sign because I have a house in Charlestown and I want the quality of life to come back there