CNC Transportation Meeting: Traffic Flow Between Bunker Hill and Medford Streets

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The Charlestown Neighborhood Council Transportation Committee will hold a meeting with the Boston Traffic Department and Charlestown residents to discuss the direction of traffic flow on the six one-block ladder streets which run between Medford Street and Bunker Hill Street to the east of St. Francis de Sales Church—namely, Belmont, Sackville, Cook, Allston, Pearl and Mystic streets.

The traffic flow to be discussed is to alternate the direction of the traffic flow on these streets so that on three streets (Belmont, Cook and Pearl), traffic will continue to flow from Bunker Hill Street to Medford Street and on the alternating three streets (Sackville, Allston and Mystic), traffic will flow from Medford Street to Bunker Hill Street.

All Charlestown residents are invited to participate in this meeting.

The meeting will be held in the St. Francis de Sales Church lower hall, on Medford Street.

TheMaskedTruthsayer February 07, 2013 at 07:23 PM
No press required when you are a wired-in hack and only going thru the motions to cover your public-trough-sucking arse.
Just a person! February 07, 2013 at 07:33 PM
Well put! Masked Truthsayer & Joseph , even in today's Bridge NO notice The residents that live on those streets should be up in arms. Funny tho, when they were talking about the " Armory" ( someone mmmm) had all bases covered, no side street traffic, no stores open after six, no change in size ,on and on I wonder why??? Can you guess???
Joseph February 07, 2013 at 08:23 PM
15:20 - CNC Calendar still not updated! @Diane Grant - Way to go back on your little PR piece you submitted to Patch expressing how you and the CNC want to keep the community informed! PHONY!
Just a person! February 07, 2013 at 09:28 PM
Not for anything , but Joseph, I don't think it is the fault of Diane Grant, for the publishing of the meeting minutes! I think it is the CNC as a whole!. Get rid of them all! Been in office to long, should be term limits.
Joseph February 07, 2013 at 09:47 PM
She was behind the launch of the "New & Improved CNC Website" and how great it was going to be. She was also author of the press release to the Patch. To me, she's behind updating this site. I could be wrong and this has nothing to do with minutes. This has to do with keeping residents informed. In the digital age, the CNC refuses to use social media for keep us residents abreast of their comings and goings. Why is this? They rely on print media, which like the Board, is a thing of the past. 16:42 - still not updated. Funny that the Armory meeting was posted. Things that make ya go Hmmmmmmmmmmm..... Isn't that right Mr. Cunha? Where on BHS do you live again?


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