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Public Hearing On Removal Of Three Shade Trees
The Boston Parks and Recreation Department will host a public hearing to discuss the proposed removal of three public shade trees at 75 West School Street in Charlestown.
The hearing will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, June 12, in the third floor Conference Room of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department located at 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, Roxbury.
For further information, please contact Greg Mosman of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department at (617) 635-7275.
Event info and text provided by the Charlestown Patriot-Bridge.
More About Parks and Recreation Department - City of Boston
The Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for managing more than 2,200 acres of park land in the city including parks, playgrounds, city squares, monuments, athletic fields, cemeteries and golf courses. In addition to maintenance and enhancement projects, it is responsible for overseeing the use of each space. Individuals or groups wishing to reserve parks or athletic fields must apply for a permit either by mail, phone or by visiting the Department's Massachusetts Avenue office. For details on obtaining a permit or a schedule of public events hosted by Parks and Recreation, visit the department's website.
Free parking is hard to find on Mass Avenue. The Nos. 10 and 8 buses stop directly in front of the building, while the closest T stop is Andrew Station on the Red Line, a .8-mile walk.