Boston voted overwhelmingly against a planned East Boston substation. Does it matter? Michelle Wu says she’ll look at “every possible tool available to intervene.” But for now, the project remains on track, in the face of intense local — and now citywide — opposition. By Nik DeCosta-Klipa Good Article from Boston.com Mayor-elect Michelle Wu mayContinue reading “#NoEastieSubstation #bospoli”
Momentum for the #NoOnQ2Eastie campaign has grown with voting underway in the last week, gaining support from organizations, residents, and candidates City-wide. Eversource proposes to build an electric substation at Condor St. on the Chelsea Creek in East Boston, a widely opposed location. Decisions around the substation illustrate basic questions of the City’s commitment toContinue reading “#NoEastieSubstation #bospoli”
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Residents Rally; Urge Voters to Vote “No” on Question 2 by John Lynds • October 26, 2021 • East Boston Times Free Press On Saturday, East Boston activists and elected officials joined together at American Legion Park, East Eagle Street to urge voters to vote “NO” on the upcoming question that will appear on the November Ballot during Boston’sContinue reading “#NoEastieSubstation”
Join Friends + Neighbors in East Boston Saturday, October 23, 2021 9am – 10am E Eagle St + Condor St Ballot Measure Question 2 Rally: #NoEastieSubstation When: Saturday, October 23, 2021 Time: Start 9:00am to 10:00 am: Rain or Shine: This Event Will Not Be Cancelled Where: American Legion Park, East EagleContinue reading “Sat Oct 23, 2021 9am 331 Condor St”
How will this substation look when it’s done?
With a diverse population, there is ample interest in soccer. Soccer is more and more popular with every passing year. Back in 2011 the City shared plans for a soccer field at the Condor St. site, together with a natural buffer area along Chelsea Creek. Would you prefer that?
Wonder where the substation is hoping to be located? By a creek, a playground, a police station, many residences, and millions of gallons of petrochemical (highly inflammable) fuels.