From the April 9 Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, City Hall:
•113-115 Marlborough St., Back Bay. Applicant: Gabriel Sunshine
Purpose: Interior renovations including structural, fire alarm, all new finished and proposed new roof deck.
•103-105 Newbury St. Applicant: Frazer 103 Holdings LP
Purpose: Add outdoor patio seating for 18 seats. Add one restaurant with use item 37 with take-out use 36A, and outdoor patio seating. Interior occupant load of 49 persons.
From the April 10 License Board hearing, City Hall:
STEPHI’S ON TREMONT LLC D/B/A: STEPHI’S ON TREMONT; 571 TREMONT St., South End. Holder of a Common Victualler 7 Day All Alcoholic Beverages License has petitioned to transfer the license from the above – To: 571 Tremont, LLC (at the same location) On first floor on one room, main dining area, bar, private dining area and restroom with storage, kitchen and restrooms in basement. Seasonal (April-November) outdoor patio on DPW Land. Jefferson Macklin, Manager. 1 a.m. Closing Hour. Lastly, has petitioned to pledge the license to DT Capital, LLC.
From the April 11 One Day License Amendment hearing, City Hall, 10 a.m.:
•Rebel Restaurants d/b/a Tony C’s Sports Bar, 1265 Boylston St., Fenway, have applied for a one day amendment to open at 8 a.m. to serve food and alcoholic beverages on Marathon Monday April 15. Hours of operation would be from 8 a.m. – 1 a.m.
•The Catered Affair, Inc, d/b/a The Catered Affair at the Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston St. Back Bay, have applied for a one day amendment for a wedding on April 27, the cocktail reception will start at 7 p.m. and run until 8 pm, the dinner will start at 8 pm, the bar will re-open after dinner when the dancing starts at about 10 pm until 1 am, the bar will close at 1 am with a soft beverage service until 1:30 a.m., all guests out by 2:00 am.
•Backlash Taproom LP d/b/a Backlash Beer Co. 152 Hampden St. Newmarket, have applied for a one day amendment to extend closing hour until 1 a.m. for a public show (community arts/music), on May 4.
From the April 11 Public Improvement Committee meeting, City Hall, 10 a.m.:
On a petition by TC Systems Inc. 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:
Clarendon Street – generally southeast of Public Alley no. 435.
Public Alley no. 435 – from Clarendon Street to a point southwesterly, at the rear of no. 115 Newbury Street.
From the April 12 South End Landmarks Site Visit, Albany Street, 8 a.m.:
Previous Site Visit on 02/21/2019, Previous Hearing 7/3/2019
587 Albany Street Proposed Work: 587 Albany Street Proposed Work: Demolish existing structure and construct a new multi-unit residential building.
Previous Site Visit on 02/21/2019, Previous Hearing 7/3/2019.
From the April 16 Licensed Premise Violations hearing, 10 a.m., City Hall:
• BB SOCIAL CLUB, LLC , D/B/A: BACK BAY SOCIAL CLUB, 867 BOYLSTON St., Back Bay.
02/05/2019 Premise operating outdoor seasonal patio against restrictions.
• CHARLESMARK HOTEL LLC , D/B/A: CHARLESMARK HOTEL, 655 BOYLSTON St., Back Bay.
02/05/2019 Operating seasonal patio outside of Licensing Board Restrictions (food and alcohol service).
From the April 17 St. Botolph Landmarks Commission, 5:15 p.m., City Hall:
•25 Follen St. #4 Proposed Work: Install new roof deck
•258 West Newton St. Proposed Work: At front façade, remove fire balcony. At rear of structure visible from a public way, modify previously approve rear doors, eliminate transoms. Construct two balconies on first and second floor; construct a fence at rear patio.
•7 Harcourt St. Proposed Work: At front façade, remove existing granite step and replace with new granite that is level with the sideway.
145 St. Botolph St.; 32 Garrison Square; 56 St. Botolph St.; and 7 Harcourt St.
Community Meeting for Proposed Marijuana Establishment:
There will be a community outreach meeting for a proposed marijuana establishment on April 23 at 6:30 p.m. The Proposed Marijuana Establishment is anticipated to be located at: Brookline Avenue, Fenway. There will be an opportunity for the public to ask questions.