1.5 min readBy Published On: September 30th, 2020Categories: Living0 Comments on Dorchester Bay City Advisory Committee Meeting

Be informed. Get involved.

A community advisory committee has been organized in connection to the newly proposed Dorchester Bay City development and will have their first meeting tonight. This 5.9 million square feet “city” would include 1,740 residential units, 155,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space and four million square feet of office space.  It will also have 20 acres of open green space too and will be the city’s largest development for the area that was the old Bayside Expo next to UMass Boston

The advisory committee will give a project update to the Boston Civic Design Commission on Tuesday at 5:15pm-6:45pm.  This meeting will be virtual and you can tune in by visiting here.

To learn more about the project and the upcoming meeting schedule visit here! 

Community Advisory Committee Members via Dorchester Reporter

Mary Moore, South Boston resident

Jackey West Devine, Executive Director of Fields Corner Main Streets

Amanda Sanders, Dorchester resident

Travis Stewart, McCormack Civic Association

Kevin Deabler, Dorchester resident/architect

Des Rohan, Columbia-Savin Hill Civic Association

Taufiq Dhanani, Dorchester resident

Hiep Chu, Fields Corner Civic Association and real estate developer

Don Walsh; Columbia Point Master Plan Task Force

Alec Bonelli, Dorchester resident/real estate/land use attorney

Rosemary J. Powers, Cristo Rey High School Boston

Shirley Jones, Meetinghouse Hill Civic Association

Gail Hennessey, Jones Hill Association

Linda Zablocki, Andrew Square Civic Association

Coleen Carter, Boston College High School

John “Ed” Roche, Dorchester resident/architect

Queenette Santos, Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester/Walter Denney Youth Center

Matthew Fenlon, UMass Boston

Sue Heilman, Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate

Brian McLaughlin, Boston Public Schools

Lisette Le, VietAID

Angel Lara, South Boston resident

Kathy Abbott, Boston Harbor Now

Cortina Vann, Massachusetts Affordable Housing Alliance

Kelley Ready, Dorchester People for Peace/Dorchester Not for Sale.

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