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THOMAS M. MENINO
                             City Record                                                                           PAID
                                                                                                                BOSTON, MA




                                                                                                  MICHAEL F. FLAHERTY
MAYOR OF BOSTON                       OFFICIAL CHRONICLE, MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS                      PRESIDENT, CITY COUNCIL
VOL. 97                                         MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2005                                              NO. 6


THIS WEEK AT THE BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
                                     LECTURES                                          Adults' Book Discussion Orient
                                                                                       Heights Branch Library, 18 Barnes
"Playful Parenting" with Dr. Lawrence Cohen Honan-Allston Branch                       Ave., East Boston. Telephone 617-
Library, 300 N. Harvard St., Allston. Telephone 617-787-6313. Feb. 7 at 6:30           567-2516. Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. The
p.m. Through play, parents can help their kids develop confidence, express bot-        Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk
tled up or difficult feelings, recover from emotional upheavals, negotiate agree-      Kidd.
ments, express love and have fun. Join Dr. Lawrence Cohen for a workshop on
how to bring play into your relationship with your children. Please Note: There        Adults' Book Discussion Roslindale
will be crafts and activities for children ages 2 ½ years and above while parents      Branch Library, 4238 Washington
are in the workshop.                                                                   St. Telephone 617-323-2343. Feb. 8 at
                                                                                       10:30 a.m. Another Place at the Table
                               PANEL DISCUSSION                                        by Kathryn Harrison.
Tuesday Night at the Opera Talk Boston Public Library, Copley Square.                  Adults' Book Discussion South
Telephone 617-859-2285. Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Rabb Lecture Hall. The Boston          Boston Branch Library, 646 East
Lyric Opera will give an inside look into the lavish, award-winning costumes           Broadway. Telephone 617-268-0180.
for the BLO East Coast Premiere of Rachel Portman's opera, The Little Prince,          Feb. 7 at 7 p.m.
based on the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Members of the BLO's cos-
tume staff will discuss the work that goes into the production. This presentation                     FILMS
will be followed by a musical performance of excerpts from the opera. This pro-
gram is made possible through the collaboration of the Boston Public Library           White House Women Film Series
with the Boston Lyric Opera.                                                           Boston Public Library, Copley
                                                                                       Square. Telephone 617-536-5400,
                MUSIC                         Liberty stationed at Hanscom Air Force   Ext. 4319. Feb. 7, 14, 28 at 6 p.m. in
                                              Base, will offer a program including     the Rabb Lecture Hall. Feb. 7, The
Tribute to the '40s and the Big Band Era      popular and patriotic music as well as   Eleanor Roosevelt Story (90 min. v/w.
with Jim Porcella Charlestown Branch          early music.                             1965). Feb. 14, A Tour of the White
Library, 179 Main St. Telephone 617-                                                   House with Mrs. John F. Kennedy (60
242-1248. Feb. 7 at 7 p.m. Take a musi-                                                min. b/w. 1962) and A Visit to
                                                     BOOK DISCUSSIONS
cal journey with vocalist Jim Porcella as                                              Washington with Mrs. Lyndon B.
he brings to life the music of the '40s and                                            Johnson (60 min. color. 1966). Feb.
the Big Band era. This one-hour musical       Adults' Book Discussion Charlestown
                                              Branch Library, 179 Main St.             28, White House Red Carpet with
review is of the finest music from the                                                 Julia Child (49 min. color. 1968) and
greatest generation, songs reminiscent        Telephone 617-242-1248. Feb. 7 at 6:30
                                              p.m. The Sound and the Fury by           Barbara Bush: First Mom (50 min.
of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Frank                                                   color & b/w. 2001).
Sinatra, the Andrew Sisters and more.         William Faulkner.
                                                                                       Throw Back Thursday Movie
New England Winds West Roxbury                The Wednesday Evening Adult Book         Matinee Egleston Sq. Branch
Branch Library, 1961 Centre St.               Discussion Group North End Branch        Library, 2044 Columbus Ave.,
Telephone 617-325-3147. Feb. 10 at 1          Library, 25 Parmenter St. Telephone      Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-4340.
p.m. The New England Winds, mem-              617-227-8135. Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m.        Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. Movies from the
bers of the U.S. Air Force Band of            Black Betty by Walter Mosley.            50's through the 80's.
PG-13 Movie Night Egleston Sq.          ESL Conversation Group Brighton        ESL Conversation Group Faneuil
Branch Library, 2044 Columbus           Branch Library, 40 Academy Hill        Branch Library, 419 Faneuil St.,
Ave., Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-       Rd.     Telephone    617-782-6032.     Brighton. Telephone 617-782-6705.
4340. Feb. 8 at 4 p.m.                  Thursday, Feb. 10 and Monday, Feb.     Thursday, Feb. 10 at 10:30 a.m.
                                        7 at 6 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb. 9 at
Hearts and Flowers Film Series          10 a.m.                                Tai Chi with Shuzhi Teng Honan-
South Boston Branch Library, 646                                               Allston Branch Library, 300 N.
East Broadway. Telephone 617-268-       ESL      Conversation     Group        Harvard St., Allston. Telephone 617-
0180.Thursdays at 6 p.m. Feb. 10,       Charlestown Branch Library, 179        787-6313. Feb. 10 at 4:30 p.m. Tai
The Clock, starring Judy Garland and    Main St. Telephone 617-242-1248.       Chi master Shuzhi Teng will offer a
Robert Walker.                          Thursday, Feb. 10 at 4 p.m. and        series of classes open to all ages.
                                        Monday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m.               Preregistration is required.
Musicals and Much Ado Film Series
West End Branch Library, 151            ESL Conversation Group Connolly        ESL Conversation Group Honan-
Cambridge St. Telephone 617-523-        Branch Library, 433 Centre St.,        Allston Branch Library, 300 N.
3957. Thursdays at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.    Jamaica Plain. Telephone 617-522-      Harvard St., Allston. Telephone 617-
Feb. 10, American in Paris.             1960. Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m.              787-6313. Monday, Feb. 7 and
                                                                               Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. and
                                        ESL Conversation Group Dudley          Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m.
  OTHER ADULT PROGRAMS
                                        Literacy Center, 65 Warren St.,
                                        Roxbury. Telephone 617-859-2446.
ESL Conversation Group Boston           Thursday, Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. and        ESL Conversation Group Hyde Park
Public Library, Copley Square.          Monday, Feb. 7 at 3:15 p.m.            Branch Library, 35 Harvard Ave.
Telephone 617-859-2270. Thursday,                                              Telephone 617-361-2524. Thursday,
Feb. 10 at 1 p.m. in Conference Rm.     ESL Class Dudley Literacy Center,      Feb. 10 at 6:30 p.m.
4., Tuesday, Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. in the   65 Warren St., Roxbury. Telephone
Media Studio and Wednesday, Feb. 9      617-859-2446. Thursday, Feb. 10 and    ESL Conversation Group Jamaica
at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. in             Tuesday, Feb. 8 from 1 to 4 p.m. and   Plain Branch Library, 12 Sedgwick
Conference Rm. 5.                       Monday, Feb. 7 and Wednesday, Feb.     St. Telephone 617-524-2053. Thurs-
                                        9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.               day, Feb. 10 at 6 p.m. and Monday,
City-Wide Friends Book Sale Boston      Preregistration required.              Feb. 7 at 3 p.m.
Public Library, Copley Square.
Telephone 617-536-5400, Ext. 2341.      Conversation Book Club Dudley
Inventory Reduction Sale on Feb. 10     Literacy Center, 65 Warren St.,                    CITY RECORD
from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Mezzanine       Roxbury. Telephone 617-859-2446.                     USPS 114-640
Conference Rm.                          Feb. 8 at 10 a.m.                      Published weekly in Boston, under the direction
                                                                                      of the Mayor, in accordance with legislative
Avon Walk for Breast Cancer Boston      Internet Class Dudley Literacy                act and city ordinance.
                                                                               Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston
Boston Public Library, Copley           Center, 65 Warren St., Roxbury.        Robert P. Malovich, Managing Editor
Square. Telephone 617-536-5400,         Telephone 617-859-2446. Thursday,      Editorial Office, Room 206, One City Hall Plaza,
Ext. 2371 or 617-576-3113. Feb. 10      Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. and Wednesday,        Boston, MA 02201-1001.
                                                                                Tel. 617-635-4188; FAX 617-635-3501.
at 6:30 p.m. in Conference Rm. 6. A     Feb. 8 at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. A basic    E-Mail: Bob.Malovich@Ci.Boston.MA.US
meeting to learn more about the Avon    introduction designed for ESL and      Periodicals postage paid at Boston, Massachu-
Walk for Breast Cancer on May 14 &      GED patrons. No computer experi-              setts
                                                                               Subscription (in advance)............$50.00 per
15, 2005.                               ence necessary. Preregistration is            year
                                        required.                              Single copies.................................$2.00 per
Help for the Beginning Internet User                                                  issue
                                                                               Postmaster: Send address change to City
Brighton Branch Library, 40             ESL Conversation Group East                   Record, Room 206, One City Hall Plaza,
Academy Hill Rd. Telephone 617-         Boston Branch Library, 276                    Boston, MA 02201-1001.
                                                                                                    Advertising
782-6032. By appointment.               Meridian St. Telephone 617-569-           A rate of $8 per inch of 12 lines (set solid) has
                                        0271. Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m.              been established for such advertisements as
Homework Assistance Program                                                    under the law must be printed in the City Record.
                                                                               Advertising and other copy must, except in emer-
Brighton Branch Library, 40             City of Boston Homebuyers              gencies, be in hand at the City Record office by
Academy Hill Rd. Telephone 617-         Workshop Egleston Sq. Branch           5:00 p.m., Wednesday of each week to insure its
782-6032. Mon. through Fri. from        Library, 2044 Columbus Ave.,           publication in the following Monday’s issue.
                                                                                  PLEASE NOTE: The deadline of 5:00 p.m.,
3:30 to 5:30 p.m. (excluding holi-      Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-4340.       Wednesday of each week is ten days in advance
days).                                  Feb. 9 at 5:30 p.m.                    of publication.




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Tuesday Internet Class Lower Mills       the Rabb Lecture Hall. Feb. 10, Film    Preschool Storytime Faneuil Branch
Branch Library, 27 Richmond St.,         Program: Life with Father (118 min.),   Library, 419 Faneuil St., Brighton.
Dorchester.Telephone 617-298-7841.       starring William Powell and Irene       Telephone 617-782-6705. Feb. 9 at
Feb. 9 at 10 a.m.                        Dunne.                                  10:30 a.m.

ESL Conversation Group Roslindale        Throw'em Back Thursday Movie            Tales in the Afternoon Faneuil
Branch Library, 4238 Washington          Matinee Egleston Square Branch          Branch Library, 419 Faneuil St.,
St.    Telephone      617-323-2343.      Library, 2044 Columbus Ave.,            Brighton. Telephone 617-782-6705.
Monday, Feb. 7 at 10:30 a.m. and         Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-4340.        Feb. 9 at 4:30 p.m. Stories and a craft
Wednesday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m. Adult        Feb. 10 at 1 p.m.                       for school-age children.
learners practice English in an infor-
mal setting.                                   CHILDREN'S FILMS
                                                                                 Toddler Storytime Honan-Allston
                                         Children's Films Connolly Branch        Branch Library, 300 North Harvard
ESL Conversation Group South End                                                 St., Allston. Telephone 617-787-
Branch Library, 685 Tremont St.          Library, 433 Centre St., Jamaica
                                         Plain. Telephone 617-522-1960. Feb.     6313. Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m. for chil-
Telephone 617-536-8241. Thursday,                                                dren ages 3 to 5 accompanied by an
Feb. 10 at 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.         9 at 10:30 a.m. for preschoolers.
                                                                                 adult. Preregistration is required.
                                         Preschool Films Dudley Branch
VITA (Volunteer Income Tax
                                         Library, 65 Warren St., Roxbury.        Preschool Storyhour Jamaica Plain
Assistance) South End Branch
                                         Telephone 617-442-6186. Feb. 8 at       Branch Library, 12 Sedgwick St.
Library, 685 Tremont St. Telephone
                                         10:30 a.m.                              Telephone 617-524-2053. Feb. 8 at
617-536-8241.Tuesday, Feb. 8 from
12-5 p.m. and Wednesday, Feb. 9                                                  10:30 a.m. for children ages 2 to 5
                                         Preschool Films Egleston Square         accompanied        by     an  adult.
from 12-4 p.m. Tax assistance by vol-    Branch Library, 2044 Columbus
unteers from AARP. Preregistration is                                            Preregistration is required.
                                         Ave., Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-
required.                                4340. Feb. 7 at 10:30 a.m.              Toddler Storytime Jamaica Plain
Ever Wonder About the Buzz                                                       Branch Library, 12 Sedgwick St.
                                         PG-13 Movie Night Egleston Square
Surrounding eBay? South End                                                      Telephone 617-524-2053. Feb. 9 at
                                         Branch Library, 2044 Columbus
Branch Library, 685 Tremont St.                                                  10:30 a.m. for children ages 18-36
                                         Ave., Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-
Telephone 617-536-8241. Feb. 8 at                                                mos. accompanied by an adult.
                                         4340. Feb. 8 at 4 p.m.
6:30 p.m. Cliff McGann will guide                                                Preregistration is required.
you through the world of eBay. Let       Films for Children North End
his eBay experiences, both good and      Branch Library, 25 Parmenter St.        Preschool Storytime Mattapan
bad, teach you how to safely and         Telephone 617-227-8135. Feb. 7 at 11    Branch Library, 10 Hazleton St.
effectively use eBay to simplify your    a.m.                                    Telephone 617-298-9218. Feb. 10 at
life and save money.                                                             11 a.m.
                                         Preschool Films South End Branch
ESL Conversation Group West End          Library, 685 Tremont St. Telephone      Preschool Storyhour North End
Branch Library, 151 Cambridge St.        617-536-8241. Feb. 7 at 10:30 a.m.      Branch Library, 25 Parmenter St.
Telephone 617-523-3957. Tuesday,                                                 Telephone 617-227-8135. Feb. 10 at
Feb. 8 at 12:30 p.m.                             STORYTELLING                    11 a.m. for children ages 2 to 5
                                                                                 accompanied        by     an adult.
Beginner's Internet Class I: A           Preschool Storytime East Boston         Preregistration is required.
Workshop for Adults West Roxbury         Branch Library, 276 Meridian St.
Branch Library, 1961 Centre St.          Telephone 617-569-0271. Feb. 8 at
Telephone 617-325-3147. Feb. 8 at                                                Preschool Storytime Orient Heights
                                         10:30 a.m. for children under age 6.
10:30 a.m. A class for adults who                                                Branch Library, 18 Barnes Ave.,
have had no experience with comput-                                              East Boston. Telephone 617-567-
                                         Preschool   Storytime      Egleston
ers and the Internet and would like to                                           2516. Feb. 9 at 10:30 a.m.
                                         Square Branch Library, 2044
take the first step.                     Columbus Ave., Roxbury. Telephone
                                         617-445-4340. Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m.      Toddler    Storytime     Roslindale
             SENIORS                                                             Branch Library, 4238 Washington
                                         Lapsit Storytime Faneuil Branch         St. Telephone 617-323-2343. Feb. 10
Never Too Late Group Boston Public       Library, 419 Faneuil St., Brighton.     at 10:30 a.m. for 2 and 3 year-olds.
Library, Copley Square. Telephone        Telephone 617-782-6705. Feb. 7 at       Sponsored by the Thom/Boston
617-859-2270. Thursdays at 2 p.m. in     10:30 a.m.                              Metro Early Intervention Program.


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Chinese Paper Cuts for a New Year          Homework Assistance Program                storytellers in grades 1 through 12 for
South End Branch Library, 685              Brighton Branch Library, 40                presentations in March. Preparation
Tremont St. Telephone 617-536-8241.        Academy Hill Rd. Telephone 617-            workshops in February to be
Feb. 9 at 4 p.m. Share a story about       782-6032. Monday through Thursday          announced.
the Chinese Zodiac and make Chinese        from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
paper cuts to welcome in the Year of                                                  Homework Assistance Program
the Rooster.                               Stories Are Tellin': Frederick             Egleston Sq. Branch Library, 2044
                                           Douglass 1859 Brighton Branch              Columbus Ave., Roxbury. Telephone
Preschool Storyhour South End              Library, 40 Academy Hill Rd.               617-445-4340. Monday through
Branch Library, 685 Tremont St.            Telephone 617-782-6032. Feb. 4 at          Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m.
Telephone 617-536-8241. Feb. 9 at          10:30 a.m. In his one-person play Guy
10:30 a.m. February storyhour for          Peartree brings to life one of
                                                                                      Mind Games Egleston Sq. Branch
preschoolers will focus on picture         America's most noted abolitionists,
books by African American authors          activists, and intellectuals. Peartree     Library, 2044 Columbus Ave.,
and illustrators.                          renders Douglass with sensitivity to       Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-4340.
                                           the historical and folkloric features of   Feb. 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. Games to play
Preschool Storyhour West End               this period of American history.           and learn, Categories, Dominoes, and
Branch Library, 151 Cambridge St.                                                     Chess.
Telephone 617-523-3957. Feb. 8 at          Reading Readiness for Preschoolers
10:30 a.m. for children ages 3 to 5.       Brighton Branch Library, 40                The OK Club Faneuil Branch
                                           Academy Hill Rd. Telephone 617-            Library, 419 Faneuil St., Brighton.
Toddler Storyhour West End Branch          782-6032. Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m.             Telephone 617-782-6705. Feb. 8 at 4
Library, 151 Cambridge St.                                                            p.m. Preregistration is required.
Telephone 617-523-3957. Feb. 9 at          Chess with Charlie Codman Square
10:30 a.m. for children ages 18 mos.       Branch Library, 690 Washington St.,        Kids' Club Jamaica Plain Branch
to 3.                                      Dorchester. Feb. 8 at 2 p.m. Learn,        Library, 12 Sedgwick St. Telephone
                                           challenge, and play.                       617-524-2053. Feb. 9 at 4 p.m. for
      OTHER CHILDREN'S                                                                children ages 6 and above.
         PROGRAMS                          Read Aloud Book Club East Boston
                                           Branch Library, 276 Meridian St.
                                                                                      Stories Are Tellin': Frederick
Stories Are Tellin': Frederick             Telephone 617-569-0271. Feb. 10 at 4
                                                                                      Douglass 1859 Jamaica Plain
Douglass 1859 Adams Branch                 p.m. for children ages 7 to 10. Feb. 10,
                                                                                      Branch Library, 12 Sedgwick St.
Library, 690 Adams St., Dorchester.        The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.
                                                                                      Telephone 617-524-2053. Feb. 7 at
Telephone 617-436-6900. Feb. 8 at                                                     10:30 a.m. In his one-person play Guy
1:30 p.m. In his one-person play Guy       Boston       Public    Library/Boston
                                                                                      Peartree brings to life one of
Peartree brings to life one of             Schools Collaborative Creative
                                                                                      America's most noted abolitionists,
America's most noted abolitionists,        Writing and Design Workshop East
                                           Boston Branch Library, 276                 activists, and intellectuals. Peartree
activists, and intellectuals. Peartree
                                           Meridian St. Telephone 617-569-            renders Douglass with sensitivity to
renders Douglass with sensitivity to
                                           0271. Feb. 9 at 3:30 p.m. for children     the historical and folkloric features of
the historical and folkloric features of
this period of American history.           in      grades       K-12.      Boston     this period of American history.
                                           Kindergartners through seniors in
Boston       Public    Library/Boston      high school are encouraged to partici-     Boston       Public    Library/Boston
Schools Collaborative Creative             pate in this writing and design contest    Schools Collaborative Creative
Writing and Design Workshop                workshop sponsored by the Boston           Writing and Design Workshop
Adams Branch Library, 690 Adams            Public Library Foundation in collabo-      Jamaica Plain Branch Library, 12
St., Dorchester. Telephone 617-436-        ration with the Museum of Fine Arts.       Sedgwick St. Telephone 617-524-
6900. Feb. 8 at 3:30 p.m. for children     Please come and display your artistic      2053. Feb. 10 at 3:30 p.m. for children
in      grades       K-12.      Boston     talent.                                    in      grades       K-12.      Boston
Kindergartners through seniors in                                                     Kindergartners through seniors in
high school are encouraged to partici-     Child    and    Teen     Storytellers      high school are encouraged to partici-
pate in this writing and design contest    Recruitment Egleston Sq. Branch            pate in this writing and design contest
workshop sponsored by the Boston           Library, 2044 Columbus Ave.,               workshop sponsored by the Boston
Public Library Foundation in collabo-      Roxbury. Telephone 617-445-4340.           Public Library Foundation in collabo-
ration with the Museum of Fine Arts.       Month of February during library           ration with the Museum of Fine Arts.
Please come and display your artistic      hours. The Egleston Sq. Branch             Please come and display your artistic
talent.                                    Library is recruiting child and teen       talent.


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Circle Time Lower Mills Branch              Chess Club Roslindale Branch               historic defense of the British troops
Library,      27    Richmond      St.,      Library, 4238 Washington St.               indicted and tried for murder. High
Dorchester. Telephone 617-298-7841.         Telephone 617-323-2343. Feb. 7 at          points will include Paul Revere's orig-
Feb. 9 at 10:30 a.m. Come join in our       4:30 p.m. Learn to play chess like a       inal sketch of the massacre, early
songs, finger plays, musical instru-        champion. Open to children ages 6 to       colonial maps of Boston, books from
ments, and stories.                         10.                                        John Adams' personal library which
                                                                                       he used to prepare his defense, as well
Reading Readiness Lower Mills               Share A Story Book Club South End          Adams' own notes from the trial.
Branch Library, 27 Richmond St.,            Branch Library, 685 Tremont St.            Visitors will be given the opportunity
Dorchester. Telephone 617-298-7841.         Telephone 617-536-8241. Feb. 8 at 4        to trace the history of this momentous
Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m. Preregistration is     p.m. for children in grades 2 & 3.         event in Boston's, and America's, his-
required.                                   Preregistration is required.               tory from the years immediately pre-
                                                                                       ceding the Massacre, through to the
Homework Assistance Program                 Stories Are Tellin': Frederick             trial and verdict, and on to the endur-
Mattapan Branch Library, 10                 Douglass 1859 Uphams Corner                ing legacy of both from the American
Hazleton St. Telephone 617-298-             Branch Library, 500 Columbia Rd.,          Revolution to the twentieth century.
9218. Feb. 7, 8, 10 from 3 to 5 p.m.        Dorchester. Telephone 617-265-0139.
                                            Feb. 10 at 1:30 p.m. In his one-person     Welcome Back ALA Through
Story and a Craft for School-Age            play Guy Peartree brings to life one of    February in the Northwest Corridor
Children North End Branch                   America's most noted abolitionists,        (Ext. 2230). Photographs and scrap-
Library, 25 Parmenter St. Telephone         activists, and intellectuals. Peartree     books to focus on the history of ALA
617-227-8135. Feb. 8 at 3:30 p.m. for       renders Douglass with sensitivity to       in Boston. It highlights ALA as a
children ages 4 and above.                  the historical and folkloric features of   Massachusetts corporation, the found-
                                            this period of American history.           ing incorporators, ALA headquarters
Boston      Public     Library/Boston                                                  in Boston, 1879-1909, previous ALA
Schools Collaborative Creative              Reading Readiness Program West             conferences in Boston, and the five
Writing and Design Workshop North           End     Branch      Library, 151           directors of the BPL who were also
End Branch Library, 25 Parmenter            Cambridge St. Telephone 617-523-           Presidents of ALA.
St. Telephone 617-227-8135. Feb. 7 at       3957. Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m.
3:30 p.m. for children in grades K-12.                                                 A Celebration of Black History
Boston Kindergartners through sen-                       EXHIBITS                      Month: Photographs by Gloria
iors in high school are encouraged to                                                  Carrigg Connolly Branch Library,
participate in this writing and design      Boston Public Library, Copley
                                                                                       433 Centre St., Jamaica Plain.
contest workshop sponsored by the           Square Telephone 617-536-5400.
                                                                                       Telephone 617-522-1960. February 7-
Boston Public Library Foundation in         Open to the public Mon. through
                                                                                       28 during library hours. Local
collaboration with the Museum of            Thurs., 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fri. and Sat.,
                                                                                       Jamaica Plain photographer Gloria
Fine Arts. Please come and display          9 a.m. to 5 p.m. unless otherwise indi-
                                                                                       Carrigg exhibits her work celebrating
your artistic talent.                       cated.
                                                                                       African American heritage.
                                            Images of Flamenco: Photos by
Stories Are Tellin': Frederick              Zarmik Moqtaderi, Ph.D. Through            "Flowers in February" Art Exhibit by
Douglass 1859 Orient Heights                February 15 in the Rabb Lecture Hall       Nan Daly West Roxbury Branch
Branch Library, 18 Barnes Ave.,             Lobby (Ext. 2270). Photographs of          Library, 1961 Centre St. Telephone
East Boston. Telephone 617-567-             Flamenco Festival performances and         617-325-3147. Month of February
2516. Feb. 8 at 10:30 a.m. In his one-      master classes taken by Zarmik             during library hours. Artist reception:
person play Guy Peartree brings to          Moqtaderi over the past five years in      February 5 from 2 to 4 p.m.
life one of America's most noted abo-       Boston. The photographs also capture
litionists, activists, and intellectuals.   the Boston flamenco community in                    GUIDED TOURS
Peartree renders Douglass with sensi-       rehearsal and performance.
tivity to the historical and folkloric                                                 Art & Architecture Tours of the BPL
features of this period of American         Riot and the Rule of Law: The Boston       Mondays 2:30 p.m., Tuesdays and
history.                                    Massacre, John Adams and the Trial         Thursdays 6 p.m., Fridays and
                                            of 1770 Through March 6 in the             Saturdays 11 a.m. and Sunday at 2
Homework Assistance Program                 Changing Exhibits Rm. (Ext. 2225).         p.m. A guided tour of the Boston
Roslindale Branch Library, 4238             This is an exhibition of original man-     Public Library's two buildings in
Washington St. Telephone 617-323-           uscripts, rare books, maps and politi-     Copley Square. Tours begin at the
2343. Monday through Thursday               cal cartoons directly relating to the      Dartmouth Street entrance. For infor-
from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.                      Boston Massacre and John Adams'            mation call 617-536-5400, Ext. 2216.


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Events of interest taking place this week        Unfortunately, millions of dollars go      West Street in Hyde Park. Two hitting
at the Boston Public Library in Copley        unclaimed each year.                          bays with netting have been set up in
Square and neighborhood branch                   We know that many New Bostonians do        the clubhouse ballroom so that golfers
libraries. All are open to the public with-   not claim the credit because of language      can practice with regulation golf balls.
                                              and cultural barriers. To reach these resi-
out charge. The Central Library is                                                          When the temperature drops, the ball-
                                              dents, we are launching a new initiative
wheelchair accessible. Assistive listen-      called the EITC Ambassador Program.           room fireplace and a stack of cord-
ing devices available. To request a sign         The Ambassadors will provide transla-      wood is put to good use to heat the
language interpreter or for other special     tion and interpreter services in Spanish,     area.
needs, call 617-536-5400, Ext. 2295 (V)       Haitian Creole, Vietnamese, Cape Verdean          According to Allen, the program
or 617-536-7055 (TTY) at least two            Creole, and Somali.                           gives golfers of all skill levels the
weeks before the program date. For               Our Ambassadors will visit community       opportunity to brush up on their game
additional information please call the        meetings, Laundromats, cafes, and com-        during the winter months.
numbers listed above, or 617/536-5400,        munity centers to let people know about           "People who are going on vacation
Ext. 2212. Internet address is                this valuable credit and where they can go    can loosen up and work on basics,"
                                              to receive free tax preparation services.
www.bpl.org
 _____________________________                                                              Allen explains, noting that his first
                                                 This year, the City of Boston and its
                                              many partners have opened 20 Free Tax         customers were a pair of woman
    TALKING POINTS FOR                        Preparation Sites. Here at the Dorchester     golfers on their way to sunny Florida.
     MAYOR THOMAS M.                          House Multi Service Center, we will be        "It's also good for beginners - we
      MENINO EARNED                           serving the Vietnamese community. We          cover it all, including grip, stance, and
                                              are working with VACA and other leaders       posture."
    INCOME TAX CREDIT                         in the community to recruit Vietnamese            The clubhouse supplies all equip-
    CAMPAIGN KICK OFF                         ambassadors.                                  ment but golfers can also bring their
      JANUARY 22, 2005                           This year, we also have Cash Advisors      favorite clubs. All lessons are by
Thank you, Joel [Abrams]. It's great to       who provide financial literacy counseling     appointment and Allen notes that, in
be here to kick off a new season of           and referrals to health care programs.
                                                                                            addition to weekdays, he is also avail-
Boston's Earned Income Tax Credit                I am proud that Boston's EITC cam-
                                              paign continues to meet the diverse needs     able on evenings and weekends. The
Campaign.                                                                                   clubhouse offers private and group
                                              of our city.
   As most of you know, the EITC is a tax        Today, everyone is talking about differ-   lessons.
credit available to many low-income fam-      ent ways to stimulate our economy. But all        For discounted winter lesson rates
ilies and individuals that worked during      too often, this stimulus only helps the       or further information, please call
the tax year.                                 wealthy. But the EITC is different. This      Scott Allen at (617) 828-5091.
   Each year the EITC puts hard earned        program gives dollars back to the people
dollars back into the pockets of working      who need them the most. And our effort to
people, and that makes a huge difference      educate hard working people about the
for thousands of working families in our      EITC is a sure way to put millions back
city. The EITC brings more people out of      into Boston's economy.
poverty than any other federal program,          I want to thank all the volunteers, com-
including welfare.                            munity agencies, and businesses who
   Some workers who file for both federal     make this important effort possible. Let's
and state tax credits can claim up to the     continue to work together, and make sure
maximum 49 hundred dollars. That money        that everyone gets the refund they deserve.
could be used to pay bills, buy food, or      Thank you.
help a family invest in education.              ________________________________
   I want you all to know that your efforts
here in Boston have not gone unnoticed.           CITY GOLF COURSE
Many other cities have asked us to help
them begin their own EITC campaigns,               OFFERS WINTER
hoping to achieve the same outstanding                 LESSONS
results.
   Last year, the EITC returned 64.3 mil-        The George Wright Golf Course in
lion dollars to the working people in         Hyde Park is offering a winter lesson
Boston. Through the direct efforts of the     program for golfers with cabin fever
EITC campaign, the dollars returned to        who want to get a jump on the 2005            Seven-year-old Justin Allen (front) and
hardworking families has increased 6 mil-     season.                                       older brother Nicky, 17, tee off inside
lion dollars over the last two years. And                                                   the George Wright Golf Course
the number of households claiming the
                                                 PGA professional Scott Allen, who
                                              gives lessons throughout the golf sea-        Clubhouse in Hyde Park. The city-
credit has increased by over 3 percent.                                                     owned course is offering a winter lesson
Remember, this is not a hand-out - these      son, is offering the discounted winter
                                                                                            program for golfers who want to brush
families have worked and earned these         lessons in the George Wright Golf             up on their skills.     Photo: Jon Seamans
benefits.                                     Course Clubhouse located at 420


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                ADVERTISEMENT                           Action Program in the specifications. While there           NOTE: For information specific to this partic-
                                                        is no DBE goal associated with this contract, the           ular bid please contact Jerry Carchedi, @ 617-
          MASSACHUSETTS BAY                             Authority strongly encourages the use of Minority,          961-3460
       TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY                         Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterpris-
                                                        es as prime contractors, subcontractors and sup-               The Fund for Parks and Recreation (the
      TRANSPORTATION BUILDING                           pliers in all of its contracting opportunities.             Fund), acting by and through its Chairman,
           10 PARK PLAZA                                    Bidders will affirmatively ensure that in regard to     invites sealed bids for the performance of the
  BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02116-3975                      any contract entered into pursuant to this solicitation,    services generally described above and particu-
                                                        minority and female construction contractors will be        larly as set forth in the Invitation for Bid
             NOTICE TO BIDDERS                          afforded full opportunity to submit Bids and will not       Documents (Documents). The Documents shall
                                                        be discriminated against on the grounds of race,            be available at the Boston Parks and Recreation
NOTE: For information specific to this partic-          color, religion, sex, age, or national origin in consid-    Department, 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd
ular bid please contact Project Manager,                eration for an award.                                       floor, Boston, MA 02118 from Monday, January
Tikam Matai, @ 617-222-5543                                 Bidders will be required to comply with Federal         31, 2005, to the close of business on Friday,
                                                        Equal Employment Opportunity Regulations and the            February 11, 2005. The contract is also available
   Sealed bids for MBTA Contract No. U16CN02,           President's Executive Order No. 11246 and any               by mail by calling 617-961-3460.
CABOT YARD FUEL OIL REMEDIATION SYS-                    amendments or supplements thereto.                             A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held
TEM, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS (Class 1 -                       Authorization for the Bidders to view the site of the   on Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. at
General Transit Construction, Project Value:            work on the MBTA's property shall be obtained from          the William J. Devine (Franklin Park) Golf Course
$4,177,000.00), will be received by the Director of     the Project Manager, Tikam Matai, 500 Arborway,             Clubhouse located at 1 Circuit Dr., Dorchester,
Contract Administration, at the Contract                Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130, (617) 222-              MA 02121. Failure to attend the pre-bid confer-
Administration Office, 5th Floor, Room #5610,           5543. The Authority will conduct an inspection tour of      ence will disqualify any bidder from submitting a
Transportation Building, 10 Park Plaza, Boston,         the site on Tuesday, February 8, 2005. Bidders are          bid.
Massachusetts, 02116-3975, until two o'clock            requested to be present at the south end of the                Completed documents must be submitted in
(2:00 p.m.) on February 24, 2005. Immediately           Cabot Yard Bus Garage at 275 Dorchester Avenue,             the form of one (1) signed original containing all
thereafter, in a designated room, the Bids will be      Boston, Massachusetts, at 10:00 a.m. to participate         sections and pages of the Document, no later
opened and read publicly.                               in the tour. Bidders are advised that they should           than 12:00 noon on Friday, February 25, 2005, to
   Work consists of: construction at Cabot Yard         have representation at this tour as no extra visits are     the Boston Parks and Recreation Department,
of a dual phase extraction system, treatment            planned.                                                    1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd floor, Boston,
building with associated equipment and piping,              A pre-bid conference will be held on Wednesday,         MA 02118. The Documents shall be publicly
bioremediation system, product-only recovery            February 9, 2005, at 10:00 a.m. at the MBTA Design          opened at that time. Envelopes should be labeled
pumps and related components, associated site           and Construction, 500 Arborway, Jamaica Plain,              “Fund for Parks and Recreation – Janitorial
work; construction near Pump Station #3 of two          Massachusetts 02130, (617) 222-5543. Any request            Services at William J. Devine (Franklin Park) Golf
pump stations and associated dual containment           for interpretation of the Plans and Specifications          Course Clubhouse.”
force mains.                                            should be submitted in writing at the same time.               The contract awarded pursuant to this
   Each prospective bidder proposing to bid on              Bidders will be required to certify as part of their    Invitation for Bids shall be for a term commencing
this project must be prequalified in accordance         bids that they are able to furnish labor that can work      on or about March 14, 2005 and ending on
with the Authority's "Procedures Governing              in harmony with all other elements of labor employed        December 31, 2005.
Classification and Rating of Prospective Bidders."      or to be employed on the work.                                 The Documents must be accompanied by a
Copies may be obtained from the Contract                    This Contract is subject to minimum State wage          bid deposit in the form of a certified check drawn
Administration Office at the above address.             rates as well as all other applicable labor laws.           on, or a treasurer’s or cashier’s check issued by
Requests for prequalification for this Project will         Bid Guaranty shall consist of a bid deposit in the      a responsible bank or trust company, payable to
not be accepted by the Authority after the tenth        amount of five (5) percent of the value of the bid, in      the Fund for Parks and Recreation, in the amount
(10th) day preceding the date set for the opening       the form of a bid bond, cash, certified check, trea-        of one hundred dollars ($100.00).
of bids.                                                surer's or cashier's check.                                    A performance bond in the form of a certified
   Prequalified bidders may obtain from the                 The successful Bidder shall be required to furnish      check drawn on, or a treasurer’s or cashier’s
Contract Administration Office a "Request for Bid       a Performance Bond and a Labor and Materials                check issued by a responsible bank or trust com-
Form" which must be properly filled out and sub-        Payment Bond each for the full amount of the                pany, in the amount of one thousand dollars
mitted for approval.                                    Contract price.                                             ($1,000.00), will be required of the successful
   Bidding documents may be obtained from the               The Authority reserves the right to reject any or all   bidder as security to guarantee the faithful per-
Contract Administration Office at the address above     Bids, to waive informalities, to advertise for new Bids     formance of the contract.
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., on Wednesday, January      or proceed to do the work otherwise, as may be                 The Fund reserves the right to accept or reject
26, 2005, Monday through Friday, at a charge of         deemed to be in the best interests of the Authority.        any bids or any part or parts thereof; to waive any
$75.00 per copy. The Authority's STANDARD                   This information may be viewed at the MBTA              defects, informalities and minor irregularities; and
SPECIFICATIONS, BIDDING AND CONTRACT                    website:                                                    to award the contract as the Fund deems to be in
REQUIREMENTS AND DIVISION 1 - GENERAL                     http://www.mbta.com/business_T/bidding.asp                its best interest. The maximum time for bid
REQUIREMENTS dated November, 1983, is avail-                                                                        acceptance by the Fund after the opening of bids
able at a charge of $5.00 per copy. Authority's                    MASSACHUSETTS BAY                                shall be ninety (90) days.
STANDARD SPECIFICATION, CONSTRUCTION,                           TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
dated January 1980, is available at a charge of                                                                                            ANTONIA M. POLLAK,
$15.00 per copy. The MBTA's Standard Plan entitled                       DANIEL A. GRABAUSKAS,                                                         Chairman.
"MBTA Railroad Operations - Book of Standard                           Secretary and MBTA Chairman.                   (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)
Plans - Track and Roadway" is available at a charge                         MICHAEL H. MULHERN,                      _____________________________________
of $30.00 per copy, payable by separate check.                                     General Manager.
Also, the MBTA's Standard Plan entitled "MBTA             (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)
Railroad Operations - Commuter Rail Design               _____________________________________                                     ADVERTISEMENT
Standards Manual," is available at a charge of                                                                                     CITY OF BOSTON
$35.00 per copy, payable by separate check.
Bidding documents will be sent upon request and                          ADVERTISEMENT                               PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
receipt of an additional fee of $15.00, payable by                       CITY OF BOSTON
separate check. Bidding documents will be forward-                                                                  Invitation for Bids for the performance of the
ed by AirFreight, where such service is available, at                 FUND FOR                                             following       work:       Landscape
the expense of the plan holder. NONE OF THESE              PARKS AND RECREATION IN BOSTON                                  Maintenance Services for Malcolm X
CHARGES ARE REFUNDABLE.                                                                                                    Park, Horatio Harris Park and Highland
   Bidders attention is directed to Appendix 1,                        NOTICE TO BIDDERS                                   Park, Roxbury, MA
Notice of Requirement for Affirmative Action to
Insure Equal Employment Opportunity; and to             Invitation for Sealed Bids for: Janitorial                  NOTE: For information specific to this partic-
Appendix 2, Supplemental Equal Employment                     Services at William J. Devine (Franklin               ular bid, please contact Robert Mulcahy, @
Opportunity, Anti-Discrimination, and Affirmative             Park) Golf Course Clubhouse                           617-635-4505




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    The City of Boston (the City)/the County of          Room #715, City Hall, Boston, Mass., commenc-                         ADVERTISEMENT
Suffolk (the County), acting by its Parks and            ing at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, January 31, 2005.                     BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Recreation Commissioner (the Official), invites          Invitations for bids shall be available until the time
sealed bids for the performance of the work gen-         of the bid opening. There will be a charge of five       INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS FOR THE
erally described above, and in the contract docu-        dollars ($5.00), NOT REFUNDABLE, for each set                 PROCUREMENT OF THE FOLLOWING
ments.                                                   of contract documents taken out.                              SERVICES AND/OR SUPPLIES: PUR-
    SCOPE OF WORK: Furnishing all labor, mate-               Every sealed bid shall be submitted in accor-             CHASE OF PAPER, BLANK BOOKS,
rials and equipment necessary for turf, shrub and        dance with the Invitation For Bids. All sealed bids           NOTEBOOKS & ENVELOPES BID-BPS
tree maintenance within the three parks.                 shall be filed no later than Feb. 17, 2005, 2:00              #389
    Estimated cost of contract: $30,000.00 per           p.m. at the office of the Official, Public Works
year with second and third year option.                  Department, Room #715, City Hall. All bids must          NOTE: For information specific to this partic-
    SPECIFICATIONS will be available to all inter-       be from bidders of record (those who have pur-           ular bid please contact, Joanne Flynn, @ 617-
ested parties who present a $50 certified check,         chased contract documents) on file at Room               635-9477
payable to the City of Boston for each set.              #715, City Hall.
Specifications must be returned in good condition            The attention of all bidders is directed to the          The City of Boston School Department (the
within thirty days of the bid opening in order for       provisions of the Invitation For Bids and contract       City), acting by its Business Manager (the
the bidder to have the $50 check returned.               documents, specifically to the requirements for          Official), invites sealed bids for the performance
    Every bid shall be submitted on, an in accor-        bid deposits, insurance and performance bonds            of the work generally described above, and par-
dance with, the contract documents which may             as may be applicable.                                    ticularly as set forth in the Invitation For Bids
be obtained at the office of the Official, 1010              A bid deposit of 5% of the total contract            which may be obtained at the Office of the
Massachusetts Avenue (3rd Floor), Boston, MA             amount shall be required from each bidder.               Business Manager of the School Committee, fifth
02118, on or about Monday, January 31, 2005,                 A performance bond in the amount of 100 per-         floor, 26 Court Street, Boston, MA 02108, com-
after 9:00 A.M.                                          cent of the annual contract shall be required from       mencing at Twelve O’Clock Noon on WEDNES-
    All bids shall be filed no later than Thursday,      the successful bidder.                                   DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2005.
February 17, 2005, Boston time, 2:00 P.M. at the             The services above described for the four-year           Invitations For Bids shall be available until the
office of the Official at which time the place they      term of this contract is an estimated amount of          time of the bid opening.
shall be publicly opened and read aloud.                 the services to be procured.                                 Every sealed bid shall be submitted in accor-
    Bidders are hereby notified that bid deposits            All bidders are hereby notified that they shall      dance with the Invitations For Bids. All sealed
must be 5 percent of his/her bid, and shall be in        provide a unit price for each service to be pro-         bids shall be filed not later than TUESDAY,
the form of a bid bond, certified check, treasurer’s     cured in this contract, subject to the following         MARCH 1, 2005, at Twelve O’clock Noon
check or cashier’s check, made payable to the            terms that will govern price adjustments.                (Boston Time) at the office of the Official, Office
City of Boston.                                              An escalation factor shall be added annually         of the Business Manager, Fifth floor, 26 Court
    A performance bond of a surety company               according to the contract.                               Street, Boston, MA 02108.
authorized to do business in Massachusetts, and              Bidders are further notified that they shall sub-        The attention of all bidders is directed to the
satisfactory to the Official, or a certified check on,   mit prices for and prices shall be compared on the       provisions of the Invitation For Bids and contract
or a treasurer’s check, issued by a responsible          basis of the first fiscal year only.                     documents, specifically to the requirements for
bank or trust company, payable to the City of                Bidders are hereby notified that the Official        bid deposits, insurance and performance bonds
Boston, will be required of the successful bidder        shall cancel the contract if funds are not appro-        as may be applicable.
as security to guarantee the faithful performance        priated in any fiscal year.                                  A non-refundable bid deposit in the amount of
of the contract. The penal sum of such bond or               Sealed bids shall be publicly opened by the          $20.00 shall be required from each bidder.
amount of such check shall be $5,000.00.                 Official on Thursday, February 17, 2005, at Room             The Official shall publicly open sealed bids on
    Prospective bidders are requested to attend a        #801, City Hall, Boston, Mass.                           TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2005 at Boston Public
pre-bid conference in the office of the Chief                The award of any contract shall be subject to        Schools, 26 Court Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA
Engineer, 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd                 the approval of the Mayor of Boston.                     02108.
Floor, Boston, MA 02118, on Tuesday, February                The maximum time for bid acceptance by the               The award of any contract shall be subject to
8, 2005, at 10:00 A.M., Boston time.                     City after the opening of bids shall be ninety (90)      the approval of the Superintendent of Schools
    The City/County and the Official reserve the         days.                                                    and the Mayor of Boston.
right to reject any or all bids of any part or parts         The City, County and the Official reserve the            The maximum time for bid acceptance by the
thereof and to award the contract as the Official        right to reject any or all bids, or any item or items    City after the opening of bids shall be ninety (90)
deems to be in the best interests of the                 thereof.                                                 days.
City/County. The maximum time of bid accept-                                    NOTICE                                The City and the Official reserve the right to
ance by the City is 90 days after the receipt of             Anti-discrimination Provisions: During the per-      reject any or all bids, or any item or items there-
bids.                                                    formance of this contract the general contractor         of.
                         ANTONIA M. POLLAK,              shall agree and shall require that his subcontrac-                            RONAN J. FITZPATRICK,
                                           Chairman.     tors (if any) agree to the following: In connection                        Acting Business Manager of the
    (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)                                   with the performance of the work under the con-                                          School Committee.
  _____________________________________                  tract, the contractor shall not discriminate against         (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)
                                                         any employee or applicant for employment                  ______________________________________
                ADVERTISEMENT                            because of race, color, religious creed, national
                CITY OF BOSTON                           origin, age or sex. The aforesaid shall include but                  ADVERTISEMENT
                                                         not be limited to; employment, recruitment, adver-         CITY OF BOSTON/COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
        PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT                          tising, upgrading, demotion or transfer, layoff, ter-
                                                         mination, rates of pay or other compensation,                  TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT
INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS FOR DISPOS-                   conditions or privileges of employment and selec-
     AL CAPACITY FOR REFUSE FROM                         tion of apprenticeship.                                               NOTICE TO BIDDERS
     VARIOUS DISTRICTS OF BOSTON FOR                         Before commencing performance of this con-
     THE PERIOD JULY 1, 2005 TO JUNE 30,                 tract, the contractor shall provide by insurance for     Invitation for Sealed Bids for the Procurement
     2009                                                the payment of compensation and the furnishing                  of the Following Goods and Services:
                                                         of other benefits under chapter152 of the General               CLEANING OF MUNICIPAL PARKING
NOTE: For information specific to this partic-           Laws (Workmen’s Compensation Law, so-called)                    LOTS
ular bid, please contact Marie Munoz, @ 617-             to all persons to be employed under this contract
635-4913.                                                and shall continue such insurance in full force          NOTE: For information specific to this partic-
                                                         effective during the term of this contract.              ular bid please contact, Steve Dolan, @ 617-
   The City of Boston, acting by its                                                                              635-2753
Commissioner, invites sealed bids for the per-                                JOSEPH F. CASAZZA,
formance of the work generally described above,                         Commissioner of Public Works.                The City of Boston (City), acting by its
and particularly set forth in the Invitation For Bids      (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)                                     Transportation Department, invites sealed bids
which may be obtained at the Contract Office,            ______________________________________                   for the performance of the services generally
                                                                                                                  described above, and particularly as set forth in




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the Invitation to Bid. Documents shall be made         described above, and particularly as set forth in      larities; and to award the contract as the City
available at the Boston Transportation                 the Invitation for Bid Documents (Documents).          deems to be in its best interest. The maximum
Department, Boston City Hall - Room #721,              The Documents shall be available at the Boston         time for bid acceptance is ninety (90) days after
Boston, MA 02201 from Monday, January 31,              Public Works Department, Room #714, City Hall,         the above-mentioned date specified for receipt of
2005 through Friday, February 11, 2005, at 11:00       Boston, MA 02201 from Monday, January 31,              bids. The award of this contract is subject to
A.M., when a mandatory pre-bid meeting will be         2005 through the close of business on Friday,          appropriation.
held. This contract is procured under the provi-       February 11, 2005. This contract is procured                                   JOSEPH CASAZZA,
sions of the City Charter and Chapter 30B of the       under the provisions of the Chapter 30, Section                                        Commissioner.
Massachusetts General Laws.                            39M of the Massachusetts General Laws.                     (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)
   Completed documents must be submitted in                Completed documents must be submitted in            ______________________________________
the form of one (1) signed original containing all     the form of one (1) signed original and one copy
sections and pages of the Documents no later           containing all sections and pages of the Docu-                        ADVERTISEMENT
than 12:00 noon on Wednesday, February 16,             ments, no later than 12:00 noon on Thursday,
2005, to the Boston Transportation Department,         February 17, 2005, to the Boston Public Works                    MASSACHUSETTS WATER
Boston City Hall - Room #721, Boston, MA               Department, Room #714 Transportation                             RESOURCES AUTHORITY
02201. The Documents shall be publicly opened          Department, Room #721, City Hall, Boston, MA
at that time. Envelopes should be labeled “BTD-        02201. The Documents shall be publicly opened                        INVITATION TO BID
DOCUMENTS FOR CLEANING MUNICIPAL                       at that time. Envelopes should be labeled “PWD -
PARKING LOTS”.                                         DOCUMENTS FOR THE INSTALLATION OF                      NOTE: For more information specific to this
   A bid deposit must accompany the original           TRAFFIC MARKINGS AT VARIOUS LOCA-                      bid, please contact Barbara Aylward @ 617-
copy of the sealed bid. The deposit must be in the     TIONS IN THE CITY”. The Documents must be              242-6000.
form of a certified check drawn on, a responsible      accompanied by a bid deposit in the form of a
bank or trust company, or a treasurer’s or             certified check drawn on, or a treasurer’s or            The Massachusetts Water Resources
cashier’s check issued by a responsible bank or        cashier’s check issued by a responsible bank or        Authority is seeking bids for the following:
trust company, payable to the City of Boston, in       trust company, payable to the City of Boston, in
the amount of one hundred dollars ($100).              the amount of five (5) percent of the total bid.       WRA-2424 - RFQ/B FOR THE PROVISION OF
   The contract awarded pursuant to this                   The contract awarded pursuant to this                  JANITORIAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES
Invitation for Sealed Bids shall be for a term of      Invitation for Bids shall be for a term of five            FOR (16) BUILDINGS AT DEER ISLAND
twelve months from on or about July 1, 2005, and       months, commencing on or about February 1,                 TREATMENT PLANT, WINTHROP, MA -
ending June 30, 2006.                                  2005, and ending on June 30, 2005. A perform-              Deadline to be Qualified - February 11,
   A performance bond of a surety company              ance bond, and also a labor and materials bond,            2005 - 11:00 a.m.
authorized to do business in Massachusetts and         each of a surety company authorized to do busi-
satisfactory to the City is also required. The bond    ness in Massachusetts and satisfactory to the          WRA-2424 - RFQ/B FOR THE PROVISION OF
should be in the form of a certified check drawn       City, and each in the sum of the contract price will       JANITORIAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES
on, or a treasurer’s or cashier’s check issued by      be required of the successful bidder as security to        FOR (16) BUILDINGS AT DEER ISLAND
a responsible bank or trust company, payable to        guarantee the faithful performance of the con-             TREATMENT PLANT, WINTHROP, MA -
the City of Boston. The penal sum of such bond         tract.                                                     Bid Deadline from Qualified Firms - March
or amount of such check shall be one thousand                        NOTICE TO BIDDERS                            9, 2005 - 11:00 a.m.
dollars ($1,000).                                          The attention of all bidders is specifically
   A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on         directed to the Appendix 4, City of Boston                 Sealed bids will be received at the offices of
Friday, February 11, 2005, at 11:00 A.M. in Room       Resident Jobs Policy and Minority/Women                the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority,
#721 Boston City Hall, Boston, MA 02201. All           Business Participation, which sets forth provi-        Charlestown Navy Yard, Document Distribution
interested vendors must be present and failure to      sions and obligations of the contractor and sub-       Office, 100 First Avenue, First Floor, Boston,
attend this meeting will result in disqualification    contractors to take affirmative action in connec-      Massachusetts 02129, up to the time and date
from bidding.                                          tion with employment practices in the perform-         listed above at which time they will be publicly
   Bidders may submit a bid on one or more of          ance of this contract.                                 opened and read.
the packages identified in Section 9.0. The City           WITHIN FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS AFTER
reserves the right to accept or reject any or all      THE RECEIPT OF GENERAL BIDS, THE LOW                     (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)
proposals or any part or parts thereof; to waive       BIDDER MUST SUBMIT COMPLETED M/ WBE                    ______________________________________
any defects, informalities and minor irregularities;   UTILIZATION FORM(S) TO THE MINORITY/
and to award a contract as the City deems to be        WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE OFFICE,
in its best interest. The maximum time for pro-        LOCATED AT ONE CITY HALL PLAZA, RM.
posal acceptance is ninety (90) days after the                                                                               ADVERTISEMENT
                                                       #800, BOSTON, MA 02201, COVERING EACH
above-mentioned date specified for receipt of                                                                                CITY OF BOSTON
                                                       MINORITY/WOMEN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
proposals.                                             TO BE USED TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS
                            THOMAS J. TINLIN,                                                                  PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT
                                                       CONTAINED IN THE CONTRACT DOCU-
                           Deputy Commissioner.        MENTS. The City of Boston Minority and Women
   (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)                                                                                         “THE FUND FOR PARKS AND RECREATION”
                                                       Business Directory lists all minority and women-
 ______________________________________                owned businesses that have been certified as           Invitation for Bids for the performance of the
                                                       such by the City of Boston. A copy of this directo-           following       work:       Landscape
            ADVERTISEMENT                              ry can be obtained from the M/WBE Office at the
  CITY OF BOSTON/COUNTY OF SUFFOLK                                                                                   Maintenance Services for Shipyard Park
                                                       above address.                                                & Doherty Park, Charlestown, MA
                                                           MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE: A
       PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
                                                       mandatory pre-bid conference shall be held on          NOTE: For information specific to this partic-
             NOTICE TO BIDDERS                         Friday, February 11, 2005, at 2:00 P.M. at the         ular bid, please contact Robert Mulcahy, @
                                                       Boston Transportation Department, Room #721,           617-635-4505
Invitation for Sealed Bids for the Procurement         City Hall, Boston, Massachusetts. Attendance at
       of the Following Services: Installation         this conference is mandatory and bidders that fail         The City of Boston (the City)/the County of
       of Traffic Markings in Various Locations        to attend shall be disqualified from bidding.          Suffolk (the County), acting by its Parks and
       throughout the City of Boston                   Please be advised that the City plans to award         Recreation Commissioner (the Official), invites
                                                       two contracts hereunder and no bidder shall be         sealed bids for the performance of the work gen-
NOTE: For information specific to this partic-         awarded more than one contract. The work here-         erally described above, and in the contract docu-
ular bid please contact, Steve Dolan, @ 617-           under shall be divided by maintenance districts        ments.
635-2753                                               within the City and as specified further under             SCOPE OF WORK: Furnishing all labor, mate-
                                                       Section 9.0 hereof.                                    rials and equipment necessary for turf, shrub and
   The City of Boston, acting by and through its           The City reserves the right to accept or reject    tree maintenance within the two parks.
Public Works Department, invites sealed bids for       any or all bids or any part or parts thereof; to           Estimated cost of contract: $20,000.00 per
the performance of the services generally              waive any defects, informalities and minor irregu-     year with second and third year option.




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    SPECIFICATIONS will be available to all inter-          Sealed bids shall be publicly opened by the             form to the Awarding Authority. The amount of
ested parties who present a $50 certified check,         official on the date specified at the Purchasing           such check and penal sum of such bond shall be
payable to the City of Boston for each set.              Division, Room 808, Boston City Hall.                      a sum equal to five (5) percent of the bid.
Specifications must be returned in good condition           The award of any contract shall be subject to               ALL SUB-BIDS: for a sub-trade designated in
within thirty days of the bid opening in order for       the approval of the Mayor of Boston and the City           item 2 of the form for general bids shall be filed
the bidder to have the $50 check returned.               of Boston Purchasing Agent.                                with the Awarding Authority at the above address
    Every bid shall be submitted on, an in accor-           The maximum time for bid acceptance by the              before twelve o’clock noon on Thursday,
dance with, the contract documents which may             City after the opening of bids shall be ninety (90)        February 24, 2005.
be obtained at the office of the Official, 1010          days.                                                          SUB-BIDS: Masonry, Gypsum Board Systems
Massachusetts Avenue (3rd Floor), Boston, MA                The City/County and the Official reserve the            and Plastering, Acoustical Ceilings, Resilient
02118, on or about Monday, January 31, 2005,             right to reject any or all bids, or any item or items      Floors, Painting, Fire Protection Sprinklers,
after 9:00 A.M.                                          thereof.                                                   Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating, and Electrical.
    All bids shall be filed no later than Thursday,                                                                 Each sub-bid requires a bid deposit of 5 (five)
                                                         Bid No. 1344 CO2 MONITORS To Mayor’s
February 17, 2005, Boston time, 2:00 P.M. at the                                                                    percent of the bid in the form of a bid bond, certi-
                                                             Office/Homeland Security. Bid Opening
office of the Official at which time the place they                                                                 fied check, or a treasurer’s or cashier’s check
                                                             Date: February 15, 2005 (Commodity Code:
shall be publicly opened and read aloud.                                                                            payable to the City of Boston.
                                                             345-16; Buyer Arlene Lamberti)
    Bidders are hereby notified that bid deposits                                                                       GENERAL BIDS: shall be submitted to the
must be 5 percent of his/her bid, and shall be in        Bid No. 1345 FIREFIGHTER HELMET To various                 Awarding Authority, 2nd floor, 26 Court Street,
the form of a bid bond, certified check, treasurer’s          Cities and Towns. Bid Opening Date:                   Boston, MA 02108 before twelve o’clock noon
check or cashier’s check, made payable to the                 February 8, 2005 (Commodity Code: 345-                (Boston time) on Thursday, March 3, 2005, at
City of Boston.                                               56; Buyer Geraldine Antonelli)                        which time and place respective bids will be
    A performance bond of a surety company                                                                          opened and read aloud. Late bids will not be
                                                          (Jan. 24, 31; Feb. 7.)
authorized to do business in Massachusetts, and          —————————————————————                                      accepted. General Contractors must file with their
satisfactory to the Official, or a certified check on,                                                              bids a copy of a valid Certificate of Eligibility
or a treasurer’s check, issued by a responsible                          ADVERTISEMENT                              (DCAM Form CQ7) showing that they are eligible
bank or trust company, payable to the City of                            CITY OF BOSTON                             to bid on projects in General Building
Boston, will be required of the successful bidder                                                                   Construction, up to a project amount and up to an
as security to guarantee the faithful performance                  BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS                            aggregate limit, and with a completed and signed
of the contract. The penal sum of such bond or                                                                      update statement (DCAM Form CQ3) summariz-
amount of such check shall be $5,000.00.                       Office of Facilities Management                      ing the contractor’s record for the period between
    Prospective bidders are requested to attend a          Department of Planning and Engineering                   the latest DCAM certification and the date the
pre-bid conference in the office of the Chief                                                                       contractor submits its bid.
Engineer, 1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 3rd                 Invitation for Bids (IFB) for Additions and                    The attention of all bidders is specifically
Floor, Boston, MA 02118, on Tuesday, February                   Renovations to the Dorchester High                  directed to the equal employment opportunity
8, 2005, at 10:00 A.M., Boston time.                            Annex, 9 Peacevale Road, Dorchester,                section of the specifications and the obligation of
    The City/County and the Official reserve the                MA 02124                                            the contractor and all subcontractors to take affir-
right to reject any or all bids of any part or parts                                                                mative action in connection with employment
thereof and to award the contract as the Official        NOTE: For information specific to this partic-             practices throughout the work. Contractors are
deems to be in the best interests of the                 ular bid, please contact Dennis Valeri, @ 617-             hereby notified that the work covered by this con-
City/County. The maximum time of bid accept-             635-8300                                                   tract is governed by M.G.L. c. 149, sections 26 to
ance by the City is 90 days after the receipt of                                                                    27G, and in accordance therewith contractors
bids.                                                        The City of Boston Public Schools (the City), act-     must pay prevailing wages as established by the
                         ANTONIA M. POLLAK,              ing by and through its Director of Facilities              Massachusetts Department of Labor and
                                    Commissioner.        Management/Senior Structural Engineer (the                 Workforce Development/Division of Occupational
    (Jan. 31; Feb. 7.)                                   Awarding Authority), invites sealed bids for the           Safety.
_______________________________________                  above-entitled project, subject to all applicable provi-       A performance bond, and also a labor and
                                                         sions of law including, without limitation, sections       materials or payment bond, of a surety company
            ADVERTISEMENT                                39F and 39K through 39P of chapter 30, and sec-            qualified to do business under the laws of the
            CITY OF BOSTON                               tions 29 and 44A to 44J, inclusive of chapter 149 of       Commonwealth and satisfactory in form to the
                 –––––                                   the General Laws, as amended, and in accordance            Awarding Authority, and each in the sum of 100
      ASD–PURCHASING DIVISION                            with the terms and provisions of the contract docu-        percent of the contract price, will be required of
              617-635-4564                               ments entitled: “Additions and Renovations to the          the successful bidder to guarantee the faithful
                  ––––                                   Dorchester High Annex,” at an estimated cost of            performance of the contract.
     INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS                          $2,700,000.00.                                                 The Awarding Authority reserves the right to
FOR FURNISHING GOODS AND MATERIALS                           SCOPE OF WORK: Excavation, Gravel Borrow,              waive any minor informalities or to reject any and
                 –––––                                   Concrete and Formwork, Masonry, Miscellaneous              all bids, or any part or parts thereof, and to award
           FISCAL YEAR 2005                              Metals, Rough Carpentry, Finish Carpentry,                 a contract as the Awarding Authority deems to be
                  ––––                                   Insulation, Shingle Roofing, Doors, Frames,                in the best interest of the City of Boston and the
                                                         Hardware, Windows, Gypsum Board Systems and                Boston Public Schools. The award of any con-
   The City of Boston (the City)/the County of           Plastering, Painting, Acoustical Ceilings, Resilient       tract shall be subject to the approval of the
Suffolk (the County), acting by its Purchasing           Flooring, Carpet, Toilet Accessories, Visual Display       Superintendent of Schools and the Mayor of
Agent invites sealed bids for the items as               Boards, Chair Lift, Fire Protection Sprinklers,            Boston.
described below and particularly set forth in the        Plumbing, Heating and Ventilation and Electric at the                                   ROBERT R. ROY,
Invitation For Bids which may be obtained at the         Dorchester Educational Complex in accordance with                        Director/Senior Structural Engineer
office of the Purchasing Agent, Boston City Hall,        the plans and specifications.                                                         Facilities Management.
Room 808, One City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA                    PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS will be available                 (Feb. 7 & 14.)
02201 commencing at 8 a.m. Boston Time on                on or about Thursday, February 10, 2005, at the             ______________________________________
January 24, 2005. Invitations for bids shall be          Office of Facilities Management, 26 Court Street,
available until the time of the bid opening.             2nd floor, Boston, MA 02108 to all interested parties                     ADVERTISEMENT
   Every sealed bid shall be submitted in dupli-         for a deposit of $75.00. Plans and specifications                         CITY OF BOSTON
cate; on, and in accordance with, the Invitation         must be returned in good condition within thirty days
For Bids.                                                after bid opening in order to have the $75.00                       BOSTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
   The attention of all bidders is directed to the       returned.
provisions of the Invitation For Bids and contract           Bids must be accompanied by a bid deposit in the       INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS FOR THE
documents, specifically to the requirements for          form of a certified check drawn on, or a treasurer’s or         PROCUREMENT OF THE FOLLOWING
bid deposits, insurance and performance bonds            cashier’s check issued by, a responsible bank or                SERVICES AND/OR SUPPLIES: PUR-
as may be applicable.                                    trust company, payable to the City of Boston, or a              CHASE OF FALL SPORTS EQUIPMENT
   A nonrefundable bid deposit in the amount of          bid bond of a surety company qualified to do                    & SUPPLIES FOR FY 2006 BID# BPS
$20 shall be required from each bidder.                  business in Massachusetts and satisfactory in                   390




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NOTE: For information specific to this partic-        Charlestown Navy Yard, Document Distribution                The City and the Official reserve the right to
ular bid, please contact Joanne Flynn, @ 617-         Office, 100 First Avenue, First Floor, Boston,           contract only in those cases and in accordance
635-9477                                              Massachusetts 02129, up to the time and date             with those applications as the Official determines
                                                      listed above at which time they will be publicly         to be in the best interest of the City. Except in
    The City of Boston School Department (the         opened and read.                                         case of emergency, contracts for individual pur-
City), acting by its Business Manager (the                                                                     chases or instances of work will be awarded to
                                                        (Feb. 7 & 14.)
Official), invites sealed bids for the performance    _______________________________________                  the lowest responsive and responsible bidder
of the work generally described above, and par-                                                                after a solicitation of bids from qualified appli-
ticularly as set forth in the Invitation For Bids                     ADVERTISEMENT                            cants.
which may be obtained at the Office of the                            CITY OF BOSTON                                        CHARLOTTE GOLAR RITCHIE,
Business Manager of the School Committee, 5th                                                                                               Chief and Director.
floor, 26 Court Street, Boston, MA 02108, com-                    DEPARTMENT OF                                   (Feb. 7 & 14.)
mencing at Twelve O’Clock Noon on WEDNES-                   NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT                            ______________________________________
DAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2005. Invitations For Bids
shall be available until the time of bid opening.              REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT
    Every sealed bid shall be submitted in accor-              JULY 1, 2005 - JUNE 30, 2008
                                                                                                                           ADVERTISEMENT
dance with the Invitation For Bids. All sealed bids
                                                      INVITATION TO INTERESTED, RESPONSIBLE                                CITY OF BOSTON
shall be filed not later than TUESDAY, MARCH 8,
                                                           AND COMPETENT PERSONS OR FIRMS                                       –––––
2005, at Twelve O’Clock Noon (Boston Time) at
                                                           ENGAGED IN THE FOLLOWING CATE-                            ASD–PURCHASING DIVISION
the office of the Official, Boston Public Schools,
                                                           GORY (CATEGORIES) OF WORK OR                                      617-635-4564
26 Court Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02108.
                                                           BUSINESS TO APPLY AND QUALIFY                                         ––––
    The attention of all bidders is directed to the
                                                           FOR CONTRACTS WITH THE CITY OF                           INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS
provisions of the Invitation For Bids and contract
                                                           BOSTON: Appraisals (Commercial and                  FOR FURNISHING GOODS AND MATERIALS
documents, specifically to the requirements for
                                                           Residential);    Iron   Work/Welding;                                –––––
bid deposits, insurance and performance bonds
                                                           Asbestos Abatement; Locksmith Work;                            FISCAL YEAR 2005
as may be applicable.
                                                           Asbestos & Lead Paint Inspection; Lot                                 ––––
    A non-refundable bid deposit in the amount of
$20.00 is required from each bidder.                       Clearance;     Constable     Services;
                                                           Masonry Work; Dumpsters; Moving                        The City of Boston (the City)/the County of
    The Official shall publicly open sealed bids on
                                                           Services; Electrical Repair; Oil and/or             Suffolk (the County), acting by its Purchasing
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2005, at Boston Public
                                                           Hazardous Waste Removal; Excavation,                Agent invites sealed bids for the items as
Schools, 26 Court Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA
                                                           Demolition and Site Work; Painting;                 described below and particularly set forth in the
02108.
                                                           Extermination; Plumbing; Fencing;                   Invitation For Bids which may be obtained at the
    The award of any contract shall be subject to
                                                           Security Systems; General Contracting;              office of the Purchasing Agent, Boston City Hall,
the approval of the Superintendent of Schools
                                                           Snow Removal; General Carpentry;                    Room 808, One City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA
and the Mayor of Boston.
                                                           Supplies and Equipment; Glass Work;                 02201 commencing at 8 a.m. Boston Time on
    The maximum time for bid acceptance by the
                                                           Surveying and Subdivision; HVAC.                    February 7, 2005.
City after the opening of bids shall be ninety (90)
                                                                                                                  Invitations for bids shall be available until the
days.
                                                          The City of Boston (the City), acting through its    time of the bid opening.
    The City and the Official reserve the right to
                                                      Department of Neighborhood Development                      Every sealed bid shall be submitted in dupli-
reject any or all bids, or any item or items there-
                                                      (DND) invites competent persons, firms or corpo-         cate; on, and in accordance with, the Invitation
of.
                                                      rations to apply for pre-qualification on a bidder's     For Bids.
                      RONAN J. FITZPATRICK,
                                                      list and thereafter enter into a contract or con-           The attention of all bidders is directed to the
                          Business Manager of the
                                                      tracts as may be requested from time to time by          provisions of the Invitation For Bids and contract
                                 School Committee.
                                                      the Official for the performance of the particular       documents, specifically to the requirements for
    (Feb. 7 & 14.)
                                                      categories of work generally described above,            bid deposits, insurance and performance bonds
 ______________________________________
                                                      and to perform such work when and as may be              as may be applicable.
                                                      required by the Official.                                   A nonrefundable bid deposit in the amount of
               ADVERTISEMENT                                                                                   $20 shall be required from each bidder.
                                                          Copies of the Application and related contract
                                                      documents may be obtained at the Department of              Sealed bids shall be publicly opened by the
          MASSACHUSETTS WATER                                                                                  official on the date specified at the Purchasing
                                                      Neighborhood Development, Bid Counter, 26
          RESOURCES AUTHORITY                                                                                  Division, Room 808, Boston City Hall.
                                                      Court Street, 10th Floor, Boston, MA 02108 on or
                                                      after February 7, 2005.                                     The award of any contract shall be subject to
              INVITATION TO BID                                                                                the approval of the Mayor of Boston and the City
                                                          APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED
                                                      DIRECTLY TO: DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBOR-                     of Boston Purchasing Agent.
                                                      HOOD DEVELOPMENT, BID COUNTER, 10TH                         The maximum time for bid acceptance by the
NOTE: For more information specific to this                                                                    City after the opening of bids shall be ninety (90)
                                                      FLOOR, 26 COURT STREET, BOSTON, MA
bid, please contact Barbara Aylward @ 617-                                                                     days.
                                                      02108. Applications must be in a sealed enve-
242-6000.                                                                                                         The City/County and the Official reserve the
                                                      lope. The front of the envelope must be labeled
                                                      "REQUIREMENTS CONTRACT- JULY 1, 2005 -                   right to reject any or all bids, or any item or items
  The Massachusetts Water Resources                                                                            thereof.
                                                      JUNE 30, 2008". Applications to pre-qualify for
Authority is seeking bids for the following:
                                                      contracts for such work will be accepted until 4:00
WRA-2425 - SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF                     P.M on March 1, 2005. LATE APPLICATION                   Bid No. 1346 T.S.E. - MISC. TRAFFIC SIGNAL
   SODIUM BISULFATE TO THE DEER                       PROPOSALS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.                               LAMPS (RE-AD) to Transportation
   ISLAND TREATMENT PLANT FOR A                           The     Department         of     Neighborhood            Department. Bid Opening Date: February
   TERM OF TWO YEARS - February 23,                   Development will hold a Requirements Contract                 23, 2005 (Commodity Code: 550-00; Buyer
   2005 - 2:00 p.m.                                   Information Session for contractors interested in             Mary Caiani)
                                                      providing various repair work for City-owned
WRA-2427 - PURCHASE OF ONE(1) 84"                     property. The informational session will be held         Bid No. 1347 T.S.E. - TRAFFIC SIGNAL LAMPS:
   FLANGED RUBBER SEATED GATE                         on Thursday, February 17, 2005, from 3:00 P.M.                PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL (RE-AD) to
   VALVE WITH ACTUATOR AND ONE (1)                    To 5:00 P.M. at the Winter Chambers, First Floor,             Transportation Department. Bid Opening
   72" FLANGED RUBBER SEATED GATE                     26 Court Street, Boston, MA 02108. Interested                 Date: February 23, 2005 (Commodity Code:
   VALVE WITH ACTUATOR FOR THE                        applicants may meet the Project Managers and                  550-00; Buyer Mary Caiani)
   OAKDALE POWER STATION IN WEST                      ask questions about the contract and bidding
   BOYLSTON, MA 01583 - March 2, 2005 -               process.                                                 Bid No. 1348 T.S.E. - ALUMINUM SIGN BLANKS
   11:00 a.m.                                             The attention of all applicants is directed to the        to Transportation Department. Bid Opening
                                                      provision of contract documents, and particularly             Date: February 23, 2005 (Commodity Code:
   Sealed bids will be received at the offices of     to the requirements for insurance and security for            550-00; Buyer Mary Caiani)
the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority,          performance as may be applicable.




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Bid No. 1349 HAZMAT GEAR BOX & FLAME                    Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at    Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in
    IONIZATION DETECTOR to Various Cities             617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       the following respect: Variance.
    & Towns. Bid Opening Date: February 23,           you might have regarding this matter.                  Article(s): 62(62-13)
    2005 (Commodity Code: 340-00; Buyer                              BOARD OF APPEAL,                        Change occupancy from garage, construction
    Geraldine Antonelli)                                              CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                supply store cabinet workshop store to include
                                                            Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.     indoor sale and display of second hand motor
Bid No. 1350 DEFIBRILLATORS & ACCES-                                                                       vehicles.
    SORIES to Various City Departments. Bid             (Feb. 7.)                                            Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
    Opening Date: February 23, 2005                     ————————————————————                               617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
    (Commodity Code: 465-14; Buyer Arlene                                                                  you might have regarding this matter.
    Lamberti)                                                       ADVERTISEMENT                                          BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                    CITY OF BOSTON                                          CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
Bid No. 1351 MISC. AUDIO VISUAL EQUIP-                                   –––––                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
    MENT & SUPPLIES to Boston Police                               BOARD OF APPEAL
    Department. Bid Opening Date: February                               –––––                               (Feb. 7.)
    23, 2005 (Commodity Code: 840-00; Buyer                                                                  ————————————————————
    Arlene Lamberti)                                     Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on
                                                      Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                  ADVERTISEMENT
Bid No. 1352 ATROPINE AUTO INJECTORS &                be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                      CITY OF BOSTON
     KITS to Various City Departments. Bid            Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                          –––––
     Opening Date: March 1, 2005 (Commodity           of Denise Dunbar seeking with reference to the                    BOARD OF APPEAL
     Code: 465-00; Buyer Arlene Lamberti)             premises at 61 Boardman Street, Ward 1, from                            –––––
                                                      the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of
 (Feb. 7, 14, 21.)                                    1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Change in      Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on
—————————————————————                                 Non-Conforming Use.                                  Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
                                                         Article(s): 9(9-2)                                be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
                 ADVERTISEMENT                           Change occupancy from three offices to two        Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
                 CITY OF BOSTON                       offices, and antique shop.                           of ND/Atlantic 274 Franklin Street LLC (by
                       –––––                             Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at   Paradigm Properties d/b/a Subway Sandwich)
               BOARD OF APPEAL                        617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       seeking with reference to the premises at 274
                       –––––                          you might have regarding this matter.                Franklin Street, Ward 3, from the terms of the
   Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m. on                         BOARD OF APPEAL,                    Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                       CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,              the following respect: Conditional Use.
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                 Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.     Article(s): 8(8-7)
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                                                               Change legal occupancy from offices & restau-
of Winsome Joy Harding, seeking with reference          (Feb. 7.)                                          rant 37/36A to offices, restaurant 37/36A &
to the premises at 533 Washington Street, Ward          ————————————————————                               restaurant with take-out use 36A.
17, from the terms of the Commonwealth of                                                                    Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
Massachusetts, State Building Code, Chapter                         ADVERTISEMENT                          617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
802, Acts of 1972, in the following respect: Allow                  CITY OF BOSTON                         you might have regarding this matter.
for modification to the State Building Code for                          –––––                                             BOARD OF APPEAL,
Fire Suppression Systems & Types and                               BOARD OF APPEAL                                          CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
Locations of means of Egress in building to be                           –––––                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
occupied for Community Center & Day Care
Center for 93 children.                                 Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on         (Feb. 7.)
   SECTION: 904.0 FIRE SUPPRESSION SYS-               Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will      ————————————————————
TEMS: 904.1 Where required: automatic fire sup-       be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
pression systems shall be installed where             Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                     ADVERTISEMENT
required by 780 CMR, and in the locations indi-       of Bershad Bros LLC (by Michael A. Uiterwijk)                      CITY OF BOSTON
cated in 780 CMR 904.2 through 904.9, etc.            seeking with reference to the premises at 969-                          –––––
   SECTION: 1006.4 Remote location: Wherever          985 Bennington Street, Ward 1, from the terms of                  BOARD OF APPEAL
more than one exit is required from any room,         the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c.                            –––––
space of floor of a building, such exits shall be     665) in the following respect: Conditional Use.
placed as remote from each other as practicable,        Article(s): 53(53-11-Table B)                         Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on
and shall be arranged and constructed to provide        Change occupancy from health club wireless         Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
direct access in separate directions from any         communication to include martial arts studio.        be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
point in the area served so as to minimize the          Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at    Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
possibility that both exits will be blocked by any    617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       of 31 New Chardon Street, LLC seeking with ref-
one fire or other emergency condition.                you might have regarding this matter.                erence to the premises at 31 New Chardon
   SECTION: 1006.4.1 Remoteness: Where two                            BOARD OF APPEAL,                     Street, Ward 3, from the terms of the Boston
exits or two exit access doors are required, each                      CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,               Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-
shall be placed a distance apart or equal to not             Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.    lowing respect: Conditional Use.
less than one-half of the length of the maximum                                                               Article(s): 8(8-6)
overall diagonal dimension of the building of area      (Feb. 7.)                                             Enclose exterior area for new interior confer-
to be served, etc.                                      ————————————————————                               ence room and offices, relocate main & handi-
   SECTION 1014.11 Interior stairway enclo-                                                                capped entrances, new fire alarm system, extend
sures: Interior exit stairways shall be enclosed                    ADVERTISEMENT                          sprinkler system to all areas, upgrade elevator to
with fire separation assemblies having a fireresis-                 CITY OF BOSTON                         code compliance, new EPDM roof, new exit and
tance rating of not less than two hours except that                      –––––                             emergency lighting also upgrade HVAC system.
such stairways in occupancies in Use Group                         BOARD OF APPEAL                            Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
A,B,E,F,H-4,I,M,R or S which connect less than                           –––––                             617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
four stories shall be enclosed with fire separation                                                        you might have regarding this matter.
assemblies having a fireresistance rating of not        Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on                        BOARD OF APPEAL,
less than one hour, etc.                              Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                      CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
   A full copy & description of variances sought      be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
can be obtained in the office of the Board of         Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
Appeal, Room 204, Boston City Hall, any week-         of EPG Realty (by Thomas McNicholas) seeking           (Feb. 7.)
day between the hours of 8:00 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.,       with reference to the premises at 128-140              ————————————————————
with the exception of legal holidays.                 Cambridge Street, Ward 2, from the terms of the




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               ADVERTISEMENT                                         BOARD OF APPEAL,                        Article(s): 8(8-7-4) 14(14-2) 14(14-6) 15(15-1)
               CITY OF BOSTON                                         CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                17(17-1) 18(18-1) 19(19-1) 20(20-1) 27P(27P-
                    –––––                                    Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.    19)
              BOARD OF APPEAL                                                                                Erect two unit duplex on combined lot contain-
                                                        (Feb. 7.)
                    –––––                               ————————————————————                               ing four buildings.
                                                                                                             Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
   Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on                     ADVERTISEMENT                          617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                   CITY OF BOSTON                         you might have regarding this matter.
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                            –––––                                             BOARD OF APPEAL,
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                     BOARD OF APPEAL                                          CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
of Scott Carson (by Bruce Wells) seeking with ref-                       –––––                                    Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
erence to the premises at 245 West Newton
                                                        Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on
Street, Ward 4, from the terms of the Boston                                                                 (Feb. 7.)
                                                      Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-                                                           ————————————————————
                                                      be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
lowing respect: Variance.
                                                      Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
   Article(s): 41(41-6)                                                                                                   ADVERTISEMENT
                                                      of Peter McLoughlin & Craig Gall seeking with
   Erect 20’x30’ roof deck and decorative roof                                                                            CITY OF BOSTON
                                                      reference to the premises at 723 East Fifth
pergola.                                                                                                                       –––––
                                                      Street, Ward 6, from the terms of the Boston
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at                                                                       BOARD OF APPEAL
                                                      Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern                                                                                 –––––
                                                      lowing respect: Variance.
you might have regarding this matter.
                                                        Article(s): 14(14-2) 17(17-1)
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,                                                                             Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
                                                        Confirm occupancy for one-family dwelling and
                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                                                                    Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
                                                      store. Change legal occupancy to two-family
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.                                                         be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
                                                      dwelling.
                                                                                                           Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
                                                        Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
  (Feb. 7.)                                                                                                of Joe Pizziferri (by Boston Towing, Inc.) seeking
                                                      617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
  ————————————————————                                                                                     with reference to the premises at 262-264 Norfolk
                                                      you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                                                           Avenue, Ward 8, from the terms of the Boston
                                                                      BOARD OF APPEAL,
               ADVERTISEMENT                                                                               Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-
                                                                       CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
               CITY OF BOSTON                                                                              lowing respect: Variance.
                                                             Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                    –––––                                                                                     Article(s): 50(50-8)
              BOARD OF APPEAL                           (Feb. 7.)                                             Change legal occupancy from Coal Pocket to
                                                        ————————————————————
                    –––––                                                                                  Garage.
                                                                                                              Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                                                                    ADVERTISEMENT
   Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on                                                            617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                                                                    CITY OF BOSTON
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                                                          you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                         –––––
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                                                                               BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                   BOARD OF APPEAL
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                                                                               CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                         –––––
of University Inn, LLC (by Hotel Commonwealth                                                                      Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
Avenue) seeking with reference to the premises
                                                         Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on
at 500-528 Commonwealth Avenue, Ward 5, from                                                                 (Feb. 7.)
                                                      Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of                                                             ————————————————————
                                                      be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.
                                                      Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
   Article(s): 8(8-7)                                                                                                     ADVERTISEMENT
                                                      of Pappas Properties (by 404 West First Street,
   Outdoor eating for 60 people in front of Bistro,                                                                       CITY OF BOSTON
                                                      LLC) seeking with reference to the premises at
outdoor seating in front of the lounge.                                                                                        –––––
                                                      5A-5B Dorchester Street, Ward 6, from the terms
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at                                                                       BOARD OF APPEAL
                                                      of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c.
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern                                                                                 –––––
                                                      665) in the following respect: Variance & IPOD
you might have regarding this matter.
                                                      Permit.
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,                                                                             Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
                                                         Article(s): 8(8-7-3) 14(14-2) 14(14-6) 15(15-1)
                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                                                                    Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
                                                      17(17-1) 18(18-1: Front Yard & Front Yard Other
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.                                                         be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
                                                      Street Insufficient) 27P(27P-19)
                                                                                                           Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
                                                         Erect two single family attached townhouses
  (Feb. 7.)                                                                                                of Joe Pizziferri (by Boston Towing, Inc.) seeking
                                                      on combined lot containing four other buildings.
  ————————————————————                                                                                     with reference to the premises at 262-264 Norfolk
                                                         Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                                                                                                           Avenue, Ward 8, from the terms of the Boston
                                                      617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                                                                                                           Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-
               ADVERTISEMENT                          you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                                                           lowing respect: Variance.
               CITY OF BOSTON                                          BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                                                              Article(s): 10(10-1) 50(50-44) 50(50-8: Office
                    –––––                                               CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                                           Trailer (Forbidden), Storage of 50 towed vehicles
              BOARD OF APPEAL                                 Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                                                                           (Forbidden))
                    –––––                                                                                     Vacant lot to be used for office trailer and stor-
                                                        (Feb. 7.)
                                                        ————————————————————                               age of 50 towed vehicles.
  Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on                                                                Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                                                                    ADVERTISEMENT
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                                                          617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                                                                    CITY OF BOSTON
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                                                              you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                         –––––
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                                                                             BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                   BOARD OF APPEAL
of Massachusetts Turnpike Authority (by                                                                                     CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                         –––––
Stanhope Garage) seeking with reference to the                                                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
premises at 620 Newbury Street, Ward 5, from             Notice is hereby given that at 9:30 a.m., on
the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of      Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will      (Feb. 7.)
1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.     be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of          ————————————————————
  Article(s): 6(6-4)                                  Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
  Continue to use premises as open air public         of Pappas Properties (by 404 West First Street,
parking lot for a fee, capacity for 22 vehicles.      LLC) seeking with reference to the premises at
BOA decision expired 12/31/2004.                      407-409 East First Street, Ward 6, from the terms
  Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at     of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c.
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern        665) in the following respect: Variance & IPOD
you might have regarding this matter.                 Permit.
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              ADVERTISEMENT                            Demolish portion of building, replace building                       ADVERTISEMENT
              CITY OF BOSTON                         skin and roof, interior fit up. Establish legal occu-                  CITY OF BOSTON
                   –––––                             pancy as catering establishment and office use.                             –––––
             BOARD OF APPEAL                         No record of occupancy in this department.                            BOARD OF APPEAL
                   –––––                               Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at                           –––––
                                                     617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern             Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
   Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on     you might have regarding this matter.                   Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will be
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                    BOARD OF APPEAL,                        held by the Board of Appeal of the City of Boston in
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                         CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                  Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal of Manuel Dos
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal              Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.       Santos Tavares seeking with reference to the prem-
of Patrick J. McDevitt, LLC seeking with refer-                                                              ises at 4 Cottage Court, Ward 13, from the terms of
ence to the premises at 152-154 Old Colony             (Feb. 7.)                                             the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665)
Avenue, Ward 7, from the terms of the Boston           ————————————————————                                  in the following respect: Variance.
Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-                                                              Article(s): 50(50-29) 50(50-43)
lowing respect: Variance & Conditional Use.                                                                     Change occupancy from one family to two family.
   Article(s): 8(8-7-7) 14(14-2) 15(15-1) 16(16-1)                  ADVERTISEMENT                               Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
17(17-1) 18(18-1: Front Yard Insufficient; Front                    CITY OF BOSTON                           617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
Yard Insufficient Other Street for Corner lots and                       –––––                               you might have regarding this matter.
through lots) 18(18-3)                                             BOARD OF APPEAL                                            BOARD OF APPEAL,
   Combine parcels, raze two buildings, construct                        –––––                                                 CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
mixed use structure (first level: parking & com-                                                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
mercial; three stories residential) Real Estate        Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
office, parking and 20 residential units.            Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will         (Feb. 7.)
                                                                                                               ————————————————————
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at   be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                         ADVERTISEMENT
you might have regarding this matter.                of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (by                             CITY OF BOSTON
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,                    Michael Washington) seeking with reference to                               –––––
                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,              the premises at 90 Warren Street, Ward 12, from                       BOARD OF APPEAL
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.   the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of                            –––––
                                                     1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Conditional
  (Feb. 7.)                                                                                                     Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
  ————————————————————                               Use.
                                                                                                             Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
                                                       Article(s): 50(50-19) 8(8-6)
                                                                                                             be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
              ADVERTISEMENT                            Total renovation of building, full sprinkler sys-
                                                                                                             Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
              CITY OF BOSTON                         tem. Change legal occupancy from offices to
                                                                                                             of Gabriel Auguste seeking with reference to the
                   –––––                             seminary (offices & education).
                                                                                                             premises at 6 Dewey Street, Ward 13, from the
             BOARD OF APPEAL                           Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                                                                                                             terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of
                   –––––                             617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                                                                                                             1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.
                                                     you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                                                                Article(s): 50(50-29: Lot Area for Additional
   Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on                     BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                                                             Dwelling & Usable Open Space Insufficient; Floor
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                     CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                                             Area Ratio Excessive)
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of               Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                                                                                Subdivide parcel #466 of 3,500 sf into two lots
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                                                               of land, this lot A contains 1668sf.
of Simon Gottlieb seeking with reference to the        (Feb. 7.)
                                                                                                                Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
premises at 293 Northampton Street, Ward 9,            ————————————————————
                                                                                                             617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
from the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see                                                                you might have regarding this matter.
Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the following respect:                                                                               BOARD OF APPEAL,
Variance.                                                           ADVERTISEMENT
                                                                                                                               CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
   Article(s): 7(7-4)                                               CITY OF BOSTON
                                                                                                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
   Continue use of premises as open air public                           –––––
parking lot for a fee, capacity 19 vehicles. BOA                   BOARD OF APPEAL                             (Feb. 7.)
                                                                                                               ————————————————————
decision expired 12/31/2004.                                             –––––
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at                                                                          ADVERTISEMENT
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern          Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
                                                                                                                            CITY OF BOSTON
you might have regarding this matter.                Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                           –––––
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,                    be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                         BOARD OF APPEAL
                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,              Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                              –––––
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.   of Veterans Benefits Clearinghouse Development
                                                     Corporation seeking with reference to the premis-         Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
  (Feb. 7.)                                          es at 176 Humboldt Avenue, Ward 12, from the            Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
  ————————————————————                               terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of            be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
                                                     1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Conditional     Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
                                                     Use & Variance.                                         of Gabriel Auguste seeking with reference to the
              ADVERTISEMENT                             Article(s):   50(50-28:     Elderly   Housing,       premises at 8 Dewey Street, Ward 13, from the
              CITY OF BOSTON                         Community Room & Management Office) 50(50-              terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of
                   –––––                             29: Lot Area Additional Dwelling Unit & Open            1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.
             BOARD OF APPEAL                         Space Insufficient; FAR Excessive) 50(50-43)              Article(s): 50(50-29: Lot Area for Additional
                   –––––                                Change legal occupancy from a 32 bed                 Dwelling & Usable Open Space Insufficient; Floor
                                                     Nursing Home into 12 units of elderly affordable        Area Ratio Excessive)
  Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on      housing.                                                  Subdivide parcel #466 of 3,500 sf into 2 lots of
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will       Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at      land, this lot B contains 1863sf.
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of        617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern            Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal       you might have regarding this matter.                   617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
of 509 Centre Street LLC (by Paradigm                                BOARD OF APPEAL,                        you might have regarding this matter.
Properties) seeking with reference to the premis-                     CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                                   BOARD OF APPEAL,
es at 181R Amory Street, Ward 11, from the                   Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.                        CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of                                                                         Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
1956, c. 665) in the following respect: GPOD           (Feb. 7.)
Permit.                                                                                                        (Feb. 7.)
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  Article(s): 29(29-4)




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              ADVERTISEMENT                                         BOARD OF APPEAL,                         Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
              CITY OF BOSTON                                         CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                 617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                   –––––                                    Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.     you might have regarding this matter.
             BOARD OF APPEAL                                                                                              BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                       (Feb. 7.)
                   –––––                               ————————————————————                                                CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                                                 Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
   Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
                                                                    ADVERTISEMENT
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
                                                                    CITY OF BOSTON                           (Feb. 7.)
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
                                                                         –––––                               ————————————————————
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
                                                                   BOARD OF APPEAL
of Carmen Rosa seeking with reference to the
                                                                         –––––                                           ADVERTISEMENT
premises at 107 Pleasant Street, Ward 13, from
                                                                                                                         CITY OF BOSTON
the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of        Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
                                                                                                                              –––––
1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.    Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
                                                                                                                        BOARD OF APPEAL
   Article(s): 65(65-8) 65(65-9) 65(65-47) 19(19-    be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
                                                                                                                              –––––
2)                                                   Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
   Change legal occupancy from three-family          of Francis K. Baker seeking with reference to the
                                                                                                              Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
dwelling to four-family dwelling.                    premises at 5 Crockett Avenue, Ward 16, from
                                                                                                           Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at   the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of
                                                                                                           be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.
                                                                                                           Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
you might have regarding this matter.                   Article(s): 65(65-9: Floor Area Ratio Excessive;
                                                                                                           of Sy Vo seeking with reference to the premises
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,                    Side & Front Yard Insufficient).
                                                                                                           at 77 Thetford Avenue, Ward 17, from the terms
                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                 Erect a dormer 32x10, two story addition in
                                                                                                           of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c.
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.   front. Electrical and plumbing also.
                                                                                                           665) in the following respect: Variance.
                                                        Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
  (Feb. 7.)                                                                                                   Article(s): 65(65-8) 65(65-9)
  ————————————————————                               617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                                                                                                              Erect three-family dwelling.
                                                     you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                                                              Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
              ADVERTISEMENT                                           BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                                                           617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
              CITY OF BOSTON                                           CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                                           you might have regarding this matter.
                   –––––                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                                                                                            BOARD OF APPEAL,
             BOARD OF APPEAL
                                                       (Feb. 7.)                                                             CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                   –––––                               ————————————————————
                                                                                                                   Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
  Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on
                                                                    ADVERTISEMENT
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                                                            (Feb. 7.)
                                                                    CITY OF BOSTON
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                                                                ————————————————————
                                                                         –––––
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
                                                                   BOARD OF APPEAL
of Cabcor L.P. (by Chris Cormier) seeking with                                                                           ADVERTISEMENT
                                                                         –––––
reference to the premises at 250-258 Woodrow                                                                             CITY OF BOSTON
Avenue, Ward 14, from the terms of the Boston          Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on                          –––––
Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the fol-   Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                  BOARD OF APPEAL
lowing respect: Conditional Use & Variance.          be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                            –––––
  Article(s): 60(60-16) 60(60-17: Floor Area Ratio   Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
Excessive; Open Space, Rear & Side Yard              of Hallie Lee & Chuck Foltz (by Peter Wright)           Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
Insufficient; Height Excessive).                     seeking with reference to the premises at 21          Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
  Change legal occupancy from self storage to        Huntoon Street, Ward 17, from the terms of the        be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
twenty-five residential units and garage             Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in      Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
  Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at    the following respect: Variance.                      of John C. Roche seeking with reference to the
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern         Article(s): 65(65-8)                                premises at 127 Millet Street, Ward 17, from the
you might have regarding this matter.                  Change legal occupancy from one-family              terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of
                BOARD OF APPEAL,                     dwelling to two-family dwelling.                      1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.
                 CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                 Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at       Article(s): 65(65-9: Minimum Lot Area & Rear
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.   617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern        Yard Insufficient; Floor Area Ratio & Building
                                                     you might have regarding this matter.                 Height Excessive)
  (Feb. 7.)                                                          BOARD OF APPEAL,                        Erect single-family dwelling.
  ————————————————————                                                                                       Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                                                                      CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                             Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.    617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
              ADVERTISEMENT                                                                                you might have regarding this matter.
              CITY OF BOSTON                                                                                               BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                       (Feb. 7.)
                   –––––                                                                                                    CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                       ————————————————————
             BOARD OF APPEAL                                                                                      Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                   –––––
                                                                    ADVERTISEMENT                            (Feb. 7.)
  Notice is hereby given that at 10:30 a.m., on                     CITY OF BOSTON                           ————————————————————
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                        –––––
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                      BOARD OF APPEAL                                       ADVERTISEMENT
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                           –––––                                           CITY OF BOSTON
of Huy Nguyen seeking with reference to the                                                                                   –––––
premises at 77-83 Hancock Street, Ward 15, from        Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on                    BOARD OF APPEAL
the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of     Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                        –––––
1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.    be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
  Article(s): 65(65-8: Liquor Store (forbidden)      Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal           Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
Laundry, Retail Service, (Forbidden) Laundry,        of Stephen Wilkins seeking with reference to the      Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
Self Service (Forbidden). 65(65-9: Side & Rear       premises at 54 Bailey Street, Ward 17, from the       be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
yard Insufficient).                                  terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of          Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
  Change legal occupancy from liquor store and       1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.     of Brian Anderson Trust seeking with reference to
restaurant #37 & 36A to include laundry.               Article(s): 65(65-8) 65(65-9) 65(65-41)             the premises at 15 Old Morton Street, Ward 17,
  Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at      Confirm occupancy for a two-family dwelling.        from the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       Change legal occupancy from a two-family              Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the following respect:
you might have regarding this matter.                dwelling to a three-family dwelling.                  Variance.




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  Article(s): 65(65-9: Lot Area, Lot Width, Lot              of Shawn Whitney seeking with reference to the                       ADVERTISEMENT
Frontage, Side & Rear Yard Insufficient; Floor Area          premises at 42 Magee Street, Ward 18, from the                       CITY OF BOSTON
Ratio Excessive)                                             terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of                              –––––
  To subdivide from 17-19 Old Morton Street.                 1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.                   BOARD OF APPEAL
  Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at 617-         Article(s): 10(10-1) 14(14-1) 18(18-1)                                  –––––
635-4775 if there is a question or concern you might           Erect one-family dwelling on this lot. Take
                                                                                                                     Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
have regarding this matter.                                  5,584 sq. ft. from #5 Lodgehill Road.
                                                                                                                  Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will be
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,                              Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                                                                                                                  held by the Board of Appeal of the City of Boston in
                 CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                       617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                                                                                                                  Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal of Kelby
         Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.          you might have regarding this matter.
                                                                                                                  Troutman & Catherine Zuffante seeking with refer-
                                                                              BOARD OF APPEAL,
  (Feb. 7.)                                                                                                       ence to the premises at 10 Altacrest Road, Ward 20,
  ————————————————————                                                         CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                                                  from the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts
                                                                    Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                                                                                  of 1956, c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.
                 ADVERTISEMENT
                                                                                                                     Article(s): 56(56-8)
                 CITY OF BOSTON                                (Feb. 7.)
                                                                                                                     Extend living space into attic and erect shed
                      –––––                                    ————————————————————
                                                                                                                  dormer.
                BOARD OF APPEAL
                                                                                                                     Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at 617-
                      –––––                                                ADVERTISEMENT
                                                                                                                  635-4775 if there is a question or concern you might
                                                                           CITY OF BOSTON
   Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on                                                                  have regarding this matter.
                                                                                –––––
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will be                                                                                BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                          BOARD OF APPEAL
held by the Board of Appeal of the City of Boston in                                                                                 CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                –––––
Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal of Brian                                                                               Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
Anderson Trust seeking with reference to the prem-
                                                               Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on        (Feb. 7.)
ises at 17-19 Old Morton Street, Ward 17, from the                                                                  ————————————————————
                                                             Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956,
                                                             be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
c. 665) in the following respect: Variance.                                                                                       ADVERTISEMENT
                                                             Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
   Article(s): 65(65-9: Lot Area, Lot Frontage, & Side                                                                            CITY OF BOSTON
                                                             of New Boston Housing Enterprises IV, LLC
Yard Insufficient; Floor Area Ratio Excessive)                                                                                         –––––
                                                             seeking with reference to the premises at 304
   Subdivide lot into 2 lots. This lot to have two-fami-                                                                         BOARD OF APPEAL
                                                             Lamartine Street, Ward 19, from the terms of the
ly dwelling.                                                                                                                           –––––
                                                             Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at 617-
                                                             the following respect: Variance.
635-4775 if there is a question or concern you might                                                                 Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
                                                               Article(s): (Existing Front Dwelling) 55(55-5)
have regarding this matter.                                                                                       Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will be
                                                             55(55-9: Lot Area for Additional Dwelling &
                  BOARD OF APPEAL,                                                                                held by the Board of Appeal of the City of Boston in
                                                             Usable Open Space Insufficient) 55(55-41.12)
                   CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                                                                          Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal of Neetal LLC
                                                             (New Rear Dwelling) 55(55-9: Lot Area for
          Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.                                                              (by Boaz Tabib) seeking with reference to the prem-
                                                             Additional Dwelling, Lot Frontage, Floor Area
                                                                                                                  ises at 145-151 Spring Street, Ward 20, from the
  (Feb. 7.)                                                  Ratio & Rear Yard Insufficient) 55(55-41.12)
  ————————————————————                                                                                            terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956,
                                                               Construct two-family dwelling on lot with exist-
                                                                                                                  c. 665) in the following respect: Conditional Use.
                                                             ing building on same lot.
                 ADVERTISEMENT                                                                                       Article(s): 8(8-6)
                                                               Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
                 CITY OF BOSTON                                                                                      Change occupancy from gasoline filling station
                                                             617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern
                      –––––                                                                                       and service station to include coffee machine, hot
                                                             you might have regarding this matter.
                BOARD OF APPEAL                                                                                   dog machine (takeout).
                                                                             BOARD OF APPEAL,
                      –––––                                                                                          Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at 617-
                                                                              CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
                                                                                                                  635-4775 if there is a question or concern you might
   Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                                                                                  have regarding this matter.
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will be
                                                               (Feb. 7.)                                                             BOARD OF APPEAL,
held by the Board of Appeal of the City of Boston in
                                                               ————————————————————                                                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal of Shawn
                                                                                                                            Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
Whitney seeking with reference to the premises at 5
Lodgehill Road, Ward 18, from the terms of the                             ADVERTISEMENT                            (Feb. 7.)
Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the                       CITY OF BOSTON                           ————————————————————
following respect: Change in Non-Conforming Use &                               –––––
Variance.                                                                 BOARD OF APPEAL                                         ADVERTISEMENT
   Article(s): 9(9-1) 10(10-1) 14(14-2) 18(18-1)                                –––––                                             CITY OF BOSTON
20(20-1)                                                        Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on                          –––––
   Subdivide existing lot containing 12,204 sq. ft. into     Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will                   BOARD OF APPEAL
two lots. This lot to contain 6,620 sq. ft. with an exist-   be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                             –––––
ing two-family dwelling on it. The second lot to con-        Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal
tain 5,584 sq. ft.                                           of Robert Foley & Howard Lehr (by John Hadley)          Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at 617-      seeking with reference to the premises at 2-4        Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will be
635-4775 if there is a question or concern you might         Boylston Street, Ward 19, from the terms of the      held by the Board of Appeal of the City of Boston in
have regarding this matter.                                  Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956, c. 665) in     Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal of James
                   BOARD OF APPEAL,                          the following respect: Variance.                     Filandrianos Inc. seeking with reference to the prem-
                   CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                        Article(s): 55(55-8) 55(55-9: Lot Size for        ises at 602 Washington Street, Ward 22, from the
          Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.         Additional     Dwelling      Insufficient;  Height   terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see Acts of 1956,
                                                             Excessive)                                           c. 665) in the following respect: Conditional Use.
  (Feb. 7.)
  ————————————————————                                          Erect six-family residential unit building with      Article(s): 8(8-6)
                                                             parking garage. Existing commercial structure to        Remove UG fuel storage tanks and replace with
                 ADVERTISEMENT                               be razed.                                            increased tank.
                 CITY OF BOSTON                                 Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at      Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at 617-
                      –––––                                  617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern       635-4775 if there is a question or concern you might
                BOARD OF APPEAL                              you might have regarding this matter.                have regarding this matter.
                      –––––                                                  BOARD OF APPEAL,                                       BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                              CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,                                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
  Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on                                                                            Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                                     Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of                  (Feb. 7.)                                            (Feb. 7.)
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                 ————————————————————                                 ————————————————————




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              ADVERTISEMENT
              CITY OF BOSTON
                   –––––
                                                                        Open Meeting Notice
             BOARD OF APPEAL
                   –––––
                                                                      Boston Groundwater Trust
   Notice is hereby given that at 11:30 a.m., on
Tuesday, February 15, 2005, a public hearing will
be held by the Board of Appeal of the City of
Boston in Room 801, City Hall, upon the appeal                          Meeting of Trustees
of Stephen McDonald seeking with reference to
the premises at 15-17 Cushman Road, Ward 22,
from the terms of the Boston Zoning Code (see
Acts of 1956, c. 665) in the following respect:
                                                                 Tuesday, February 15 - 4:00 PM
Variance.                                                               The Lenox Hotel
   Article(s): 51(51-56) 10(10-1)
   Off street parking for one vehicle.                              Copley Room - 2nd Floor
   Please feel free to call the Board of Appeal at
617-635-4775 if there is a question or concern                        710 Boylston Street
you might have regarding this matter.
                 BOARD OF APPEAL,
                                                                       Boston, MA 02116
                  CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM,
        Acting Principal Administrative Assistant.
                                                          Should you have any questions, please contact
  (Feb. 7.)
  ————————————————————                                   Elliott Laffer, executive director, at 617-859-8439.


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          ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES                                   GRAPHIC ARTS DEPT.                       NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT
                    DEPARTMENT                        Paul Dennehy, Superintendent,                   Charlotte Golar Richie, Chief and Director,
Dennis DiMarzio, Chief Operating Officer,                174 North Street, 617-635-3700                  26 Court Street, 617-635-4352
  Room 608, 617-635-4479                                     OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY                        Boston Empowerment Zone
                AFFIRMATIVE ACTION                    Carlo Boccia, Director,                         Shirley Carrington, Acting Executive Director,
Vivian Leonard, Director, Room 612, 617-635-3360         Room 603, 617-635-1400                          2201 Washington Street, Suite #302,
                     ASSESSING                                 OFFICE OF HUMAN SERVICES                  Roxbury, MA 02119, 617-541-2670
Ronald Rakow, Commissioner,                           Larry Mayes, Chief,                                              Capital Planning
  Room 301, 617-635-4264                                 One City Hall Plaza, 5th Floor,              Roger McCarthy, Director,
                       AUDITING                          Boston, MA 02201, 617-635-1413                  Room 813, 617-635-3493
Sally Glora, City Auditor, Room M-4,                     Fax: 617-635-4763                                           NEW BOSTONIANS
  617-635-4671, Contract Office, 4186                        HEALTH BENEFITS & INSURANCE              Rev. Cheng Imm Tan, Director, Room 803,
                 BOARD OF APPEAL                      Eugene Pastore, Director, Room 807,                617-635-2980
Catherine Cunningham, Executive Secretary,               617-635-4570                                            PARKS AND RECREATION
  Room 204, 617-635-4775                                             HUMAN RESOURCES                  Antonia M. Pollak, Commissioner,
 BOSTON CENTERS FOR YOUTH & FAMILIES                  Vivian Leonard, Director,                          1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 617-635-4989
Robert Lewis, Jr., Executive Director,                  Room 612, 617-635-4698                                           Environment
  1483 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02120                     Employee Assistance Program (EAP)         Bryan Glascock, Acting Director, Room 805,
  617-635-3446, Fax: 617-635-4524                     Jay Donovan, Director                              617-635-3850
         BOSTON HOUSING AUTHORITY                       152 North Street, 617-635-2200                             POLICE DEPARTMENT
Sandra B. Henriquez, Administrator,                            HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION                Kathleen O’Toole, Commissioner,
  52 Chauncy Street, 617-988-4000                     Victoria Williams, Director, 617-635-3562          Schroeder Plaza, 617-343-4500
           BOSTON REDEVELOPMENT                                         INFORMATION                           PUBLIC HEALTH COMMISSION
                  AUTHORITY/EDIC                      “Central Operators” 617-635-4000                John Auerbach, Executive Director,
Mark Maloney, Director, Room 925,                                INSPECTIONAL SERVICES                   818 Harrison Avenue, 617-534-5264
  617-722-4300                                        Bill Good, Acting Commissioner,                                PUBLIC SCHOOLS
              BUDGET MANAGEMENT                          1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 617-635-5300      Thomas Payzant, Superintendent,
Karen Connor, Acting Director,                              INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS                  617-635-9050
  Room 813, 617-635-3870                              Dina Siegal, Deputy Director,                                    PUBLIC WORKS
            BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT                         Room 968, 617-635-3817                       Joseph Casazza, Commissioner, Room 714,
Andre Porter, Acting Deputy Director,                                       Federal                      617-635-4900
  26 Court Street, 9th Floor, 617-635-2000            James Sullivan, Federal Relations,                                PURCHASING
                        CABLE                            Room 968, 617-635-2551                       William J. Hannon, Purchasing Agent.
Michael Lynch, Director, 43 Hawkins Street,                                  State                       Room 808, 617-635-4564
  617-635-3112                                        Lindsay Toghill, State Liaison,                            PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
                     CITY CLERK                          Room 968, 617-635-4616                       Michael Galvin, Chief of Basic City Services,
                                                                         City Council
Rosaria Salerno, City Clerk, Room 601,                                                                   Room 811, 617-635-4100
                                                      Council Liaison,
  617-635-4600                                                                                                            REGISTRY
                                                         Room 968, 617-635-4473
           Archives and Record Center                                                                 Judith McCarthy, Registrar, Room 213,
                                                                     LABOR RELATIONS
John McColgan, Manager, 30 Millstone Road,                                                               617-635-4175
                                                      Joseph A. Sarno, Jr., Acting Director,
  Readville, MA 02136, 617-364-8679                                                                                 REGISTRY OF DEEDS
                                                         Room 624, 617-635-4525
                CITY COUNCIL STAFF                                                                    Francis “Mickey” Roache, Register of Deeds,
                                                                      LAW DEPARTMENT
Ann Hess, Staff Director, 5th Floor, 617-635-3040                                                        24 New Chardon Street, 617-788-8575
                                                      Merita Hopkins, Corporation Counsel,
                    CITY RECORD                                                                           RENTAL HOUSING RESOURCE CENTER
                                                         Room 615, 617-635-4017
Robert P. Malovich, Managing Editor,                                                                  Michael S. Kelley, Acting Administrator,
                                                                       Tax Title Division
  Room 206, 617-635-4188                                                                                 Room 709, 617-635-4200
                                                      Director, Room 621, 617-635-4035
         CODE ENFORCEMENT POLICE                                                                                    RETIREMENT BOARD
                                                                           LIBRARY
Amy Edmonds, Director,                                                                                Robert E. Tierney, Executive Officer,
                                                      Bernard A. Margolis, President,
  152 North Street, 617-635-4896                                                                         Room 816, 617-635-2805, Fax 617-635-4318
                                                         700 Boylston Street, 617-536-5400
     CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND LICENSING                                                                                       SECURITY
                                                                      LICENSING BOARD
Patricia A. Malone, Esq., Director,                                                                   Sgt. Det. Daniel P. Linskey, Director of Security,
                                                      Daniel F. Pokaski, Chairman, Room 809
  Room 817, 617-635-4165                                                                                 One City Hall Plaza, 617-635-4444
                                                         617-635-4170
                   COPY CENTER                                           MAIL ROOM                                    SMALL & LOCAL
Jerry Kenneally, Room 206, 617-635-4325               Joe McDermott, Administrative Assistant,                    BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
                   CREDIT UNION                          Room 207, 617-635-4699                       Brooke Woodson, Director, Room 800, 617-635-4084
Barbara J. O’Toole, Office Manager, Room 242                                                                         TRANSPORTATION
  617-635-4545                                                         MAYOR’S OFFICE                    Room 721, 617-635-4680
                      ELECTION                        Chief of Staff, 5th Floor, 617-635-3158                            TREASURY
Geraldine M. Cuddyer, Director,                       Michael J. Kineavy, Director,                   Lisa Signori, Chief Financial Officer,
  Room 241, 617-635-4634                              Neighborhood Services, Room 708, 617-635-4624      Room M-5, 617-635-3327
               ELDERLY COMMISSION                     Policy and Planning, 617-635-3174                     WATER AND SEWER COMMISSION
Eliza Greenberg, Director, Room 271,                  Seth Gitell, Press Secretary, 617-635-4461      Vincent G. Mannering, Executive Director,
  617-635-4375                                        Annette Gales, Mayor’s Staff, 617-635-3151         980 Harrison Avenue, 617-989-7000
     EMERGENCY SHELTER COMMISSION                                                                                WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
James Greene, Acting Director, Room 716,                MAYOR’S OFFICE OF ARTS, TOURISM &             Robert M. McGrath, Sealer,
   617-635-4507                                                      SPECIAL EVENTS                      1010 Massachusetts Avenue, 617-635-5328
          FAIR HOUSING COMMISSION                     Susan Hartnett, Director, Room 802,                         WOMEN’S COMMISSION
Victoria Williams, Director, Room 966, 617-635-4408     617-635-4447                                  Marie Turley, Mayor’s Advisor on Women’s
   Commission for Persons with Disabilities                           Art Commission                     Issues, 617-635-4427
Stephen M. Spinetto, Commissioner, Room 966           Sarah Hutt, Director,                                     WORKERS’ COMPENSATION
   617-635-3682                                         Room 716, 617-635-3245                        Linda Kelly, Director
               FINANCE COMMISSION                                                                     John Walsh, Workers’ Compensation Agent,
Jeff Conley, Executive Director,                              MAYOR’S 24 HOUR SERVICE                    Room 613, 617-635-3193
   152 North Street, 617-635-2202                     Janine Coppola, Director, 617-635-4500                       VETERANS’ SERVICES
                 FIRE DEPARTMENT                                            MIS                       Eugene J. Vaillancourt, Commissioner,
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