For The Record

From the March 26 Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, City Hall:

•5 Worcester Square, South End. Applicant: Rick Ames

Purpose: Interior and exterior renovations. Converting a Single Family Dwelling to a Three-Family Dwelling. Reconfigure rooms to accommodate new layout, update electrical and mechanical install new sprinkler system in all new Units.  Install new kitchens and bathrooms according to plans. install new HVAC Systems, insulation, blue board, plaster and paint as per contract.

•591 Albany St., South End. Applicant: Liberty Compassion, Inc. By Vincent Giordano

Purpose: Change of Occupancy from Warehouse to Medical Use Cannabis Establishment (Dispensary).

•34hf Beacon St., Back Bay.  Applicant: Nilak Sharma

Purpose: Unit 8S – 8th & 9th floor: Full renovation to include an extension of living space by extending new addition to existing penthouse on 9th floor, construct new roof deck, re-configure bathroom layouts, interior partition walls, new drywall and plaster where necessary, new millwork, cabinetry, doors and trim throughout, new electrical as needed and plumbing fixtures, fire sprinkler modification, flooring throughout, millwork per plans.

•226-228 Newbury St., Back Bay. Applicant: Pranzini Inc.

Purpose: Build an addition, move kitchen to newly created space. Expand Dining to newly created space. No contractor on job at this time, the job is still out for bid. Restaurant fit out is on this permit. Construction work done by building owner on a separate issued alt.

•67-69 Church St., Bay Village. Applicant: TJRE Investments, LLC

Purpose: Change of use from a Restaurant to a Restaurant and 5 Residential Units. Adding 3 floors to existing 2 story building.

•210-214 Newbury St., Back Bay.  Applicant: Babson United Inc.

Purpose: Lululemon replacing existing retailer and adding a cafe on the second floor.

•248 Newbury St., Back Bay. Applicant: 248 Newbury Street LLC, by Sidney Handler

Purpose: Outdoor seating to be used with the proposed cafe.

•248 Newbury St., Back Bay. Applicant: 248 Newbury Street LLC, by Sidney Handler

Purpose: Change Occupancy from Retail, Offices, Commercial Space, 10 Lodgers, & Painting Studio w/accessory Café to Retail, Offices, Commercial Space, 10 Lodgers & Café with seating and take out.. Work to include minor electrical and plumbing, paint and knee walls. No fire alarm or sprinkler work.

From the March 26 Licensed Premise Violations hearing, City Hall:

•Met Club ManagerLLC , D/B/A: Stephanie’s On Newbury, 188-190  Newbury St., Back Bay.

Date Notice/Violation: 1/06/2019 Assault and battery patron on employee.

From the March 27 License Board meeting, City Hall, 10 a.m.:

•Bacco’s Wine & Cheese, INC. D/B/A: Bacco’s Wine & Cheese

31 Saint James Ave., Back Bay. Holder of a Retail Package Store Wines & Malt Beverages License has petitioned to change the license category   From: Retail Package Store Wines & Malt License   To: Retail Package Store All Alcoholic Beverages License.

From the March 28 Non-hearing Common Victualler License hearing, City Hall, 10 a.m.:

•The Following have applied for a One Day Amendment:

550 Tremont LLC, d/b/a B&G Oysters, 550 Tremont St., South End have applied for a one day amendment for an extension of license to cover street abutting B&G Oysters. Alcohol (beer & wine) will be served in the closed street & sidewalk boarded by bike rack style barricades for a Block party on Sunday May 5, 2019 between the hours of 12:00 PM-5:00PM.

From the March 28 Public Improvement Commission meeting, City Hall, 10 a.m.:

•On a petition by Crown Castle Fiber for a Grant of Location with lead company status and no participants to install new telecommunication conduit with City shadow within the following public ways in Boston Proper:

Columbus Avenue – generally between Massachusetts Avenue and West Canton Street.

Claremont Park – between Columbus Avenue and Claremont Street.

•115 Newbury Street, Clarendon Street, Public Alley no. 435; Boston Proper – Grant of Location – On a petition by TC Systems Inc.

Council Committee on Education Hearing

A March 28 Order for a 3 p.m. hearing regarding student transportation to Boston Public Schools. This matter is sponsored by Councilor Lydia Edwards and was referred to the Committee on Education on Jan. 9.

City Council Committee on Ways and Means:

An April 1 hearing at 1 p.m. regarding appropriations to cover the FY19 costs of the collective bargaining agreement between the City of Boston and the Boston Public Library Professional Staff Association (PSA). The Chair of the Committee is Councilor Ciommo. The sponsor of the dockets is the Mayor.

Council Committee on Education:

Order for an April 1 hearing at 4 p.m. regarding the implementation of a policy requiring all Boston Public Schools to have a full time nurse and social-emotional support specialist. The chair and sponsor is Councilor Essaibi-George.

Council Committee on Education:

Order for an April 2 hearing at 5 p.m. regarding independent education plans (IEPs) in the Boston Public Schools. This matter is sponsored by Councilor Annissa Essaibi-George and was referred to the Committee on Education on Jan. 16.

From the April 2 South End Landmarks Commission meeting, City Hall, 5:30 p.m.:

Design Review

•565 Columbus Ave. #3 Proposed Work: At commercial storefront replace existing awnings and hanging signage.

•1771 Washington St. Proposed Work: At front façade storefront, install 3 awnings.

•534-536 Columbus Ave. Proposed Work: At front façade replace front door, commercial door, restore metal bays that were damaged in a fire.

•2 Haven St. Proposed Work: At front façade replace front door, side lights and transom.

•194-200 Shawmut Ave. Proposed Work: Install fencing and dumpster enclosure.

•70 West Rutland Sq. #1 Proposed Work: Replace steel door with a wood mahogany panel door.

•571 Tremont St. Proposed Work: At side façade install new operable window in existing masonry opening.

•171 West Brookline St. Proposed Work: At front façade, restore (missing) front stoop, garden curb wall, side stoop, front door, front entrance hood, front yard fence. Replace all historic windows.

•211 West Springfield St. Proposed Work: At mansard level, replace all casement windows (front and back of property) with three, 2 over 2, wood windows, reframe and replace shingles with slate and clapboard, remove sliding door and replace with new oriel. Replace non-historic front fence with new fence

•213 West Springfield St. Proposed Work: At mansard level (front and back of property), replace casement windows with three (on front and back) 2 over 2, wood windows, reframe front roof, replace oriel, replace front garden fence.

Administrative Reviews: 22 Braddock Park, 17 Casenove Street, 12 Columbus Square, 534-536 Columbus Ave., 14 Dartmouth St., 16 Dartmouth St., 2 Haven St., 4 Lawrence St., 484 Massachusetts Ave., 27 Milford St., 44 Rutland Sq., 54-102 West Newton St., 62, 64, 79 Rutland St., 3 Union Park #5, 171 West Brookline St., 185 West Brookline St., 211 West Springfield ST., 213 West Springfield St., 2 Worcester Sq. #5.

Community Meeting for Proposed Back Bay Marijuana Establishment:

There will be a community outreach meeting for a proposed marijuana establishment on April 8 at 6:30 p.m. The Proposed Marijuana Establishment is anticipated to be located at 829 Boylston St. (next door to the Apple Store).

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