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TWO-YEAR EXTENSION TO TWELVE (12) OF BOSTON’S REMAINING URBAN RENEWAL PLAN AREAS

PUBLIC NOTICE
BOSTON REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
D/B/A BOSTON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
PROPOSED MODIFICATION TO THE SOUTH END URBAN RENEWAL PLAN,
PROJECT NO. MASS. R-56, REGARDING A TWO-YEAR EXTENSION TO TWELVE (12) OF BOSTON’S REMAINING URBAN RENEWAL PLAN AREAS, WHICH INCLUDES THE SOUTH END URBAN RENEWAL PLAN;
SOUTH END NEIGHBORHOOD, BOSTON

Public Notice is hereby given that the Boston Redevelopment Authority (“BRA”) d/b/a the Boston Planning & Development Agency will consider at its scheduled meeting on Thursday, March 16, 2023, starting at 3:30 P.M., via Zoom, which meeting can be viewable at this link: bit.ly/3gvuysr – a proposed modification to the South End Urban Renewal Plan, Mass. R-56 regarding a two-year extension to this plan in conjunction with an equivalent extension to all remaining plan areas in the City of Boston. This extension will allow for the protection of important land use restrictions for a two-year period ending on March 31, 2025 or until a home rule petition passes no longer necessitating further extension of these twelve (12) remaining urban renewal plans.

This Public Notice is being provided in accordance with a certain “Conciliation Agreement” by and among the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the BRA, and others, dated as of January 16, 2001.

Teresa Polhemus, Secretary