The Massachusetts Environmental Protection Act (MEPA) Office requested public comments related to Harvard's request for a Phase 1 Waiver of the requirement to conduct a full environmental review.
The Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) requested public comments related to the Draft Project Impact Report (DPIR) submitted by Harvard, their second public filing on the project, and the last one before the BRA Board's likely vote on the project September 27.
On his website http://HarvardInAllston.net/ , Harry Mattison provides links to the public comments he knows about that were submitted to both agenciese, including those by candidates for the Boston City Council. I provide direct links [below] to the candidates' public comments.
Regarding the A-B City Council Candidates who did not submit comments, I contacted them requesting copies of the documents -- in case they had not yet posted them publicly. Neither James Jenner nor Greg Glennon responded. In response to my query, Rosie Hanlon and Tim Schofield both confirmed that, while they submitted MEPA comments, she did not submit BRA comments.
A-B District 9 City Council Candidates Public Comments
The following candidates for Allston-Brighton District 9 City Council submitted public comments to MEPA:
- Greg Glennon
- James Jenner
The following candidates for Allston-Brighton District 9 City Council submitted public comments to the BRA:
Greg Glennon[edited 10/25/07]
- Rosie Hanlon
- James Jenner
- Tim Schofield
At-Large Boston City Council Candidates Public Comments
The following candidates for At-Large City Council submitted public comments to MEPA: none known to date. I have not yet formally requested clarification from any of the candidates, and will update this page as I learn more.
The following candidates for At-Large City Council submitted public comments to BRA: