The state Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) announced that it will hold an update meeting for the Revere Beach Master Plan, specifically the second phase of construction work that began two weeks ago.
Construction crews from D’Allesandro Contractors began work on the project again during the last wee of March, and hit full throttle last week – laying drain pipes and catch basins from Revere Street to Carey Circle. The Boulevard in that area is pretty torn up, and resembles a backwoods country road more than a ocean thoroughfare for the moment. Anyone driving is encouraged to avoid the area.
The meeting will apprise all of what is to come this summer on the project, including the new sidewalks, a new parking configuration and many other improvements.
The meeting will occur on Tuesday, April 24th, at the Jack Satter House (420 Boulevard) from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.