Important Beach meeting tonight

April 24, 2007
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The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) announced yesterday that they are planning to close down the Boulevard to southbound traffic and west side parking for the next six months, starting on May 1.
The restriction will run from Revere Street to Carey Circle – the entire northern half of Revere Beach.
Tonight, Tuesday, April 24th, there will be an important meeting concerning this announcement and several others connected to the ongoing $8 million infrastructure project on Revere Beach.
Counci President John Powers is encouraging all residents from the areas of Boulevard, the Pines, Revere Street, Oak Island, Riverside and other areas to make sure they attend.
“This will be a very important meeting to them,” he said.
The meeting will take place tonight, Tuesday, April 24th, at the Jack Satter House on the Boulevard from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

  • http://www.reverejournal.com/2007/04/24/important-beach-meeting-tonight/ deb

    is this true that Revere Beach BLVD southbound is going to be closed for the next 6 months? are there any plans to relieve the morning rush hour traffic that is now backing up on to the Lynnway?

  • http://www.reverejournal.com/2007/04/24/important-beach-meeting-tonight/ deb

    is this true that Revere Beach BLVD southbound is going to be closed for the next 6 months? are there any plans to relieve the morning rush hour traffic that is now backing up on to the Lynnway?

  • laurie

    My morning commute (5 miles from Lynn to revere) takes me 1.5 HOURS now. There needs to be an alternate traffic plan…lengthen the lights to allow more traffic through and turning in revere on to the beach. Rt. 107 has become a parking lot as well. Please do something. I am desperate, the traffic backup situation is horrendous

  • laurie

    My morning commute (5 miles from Lynn to revere) takes me 1.5 HOURS now. There needs to be an alternate traffic plan…lengthen the lights to allow more traffic through and turning in revere on to the beach. Rt. 107 has become a parking lot as well. Please do something. I am desperate, the traffic backup situation is horrendous

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