City councilors said the MBTA needs to do more to ease commuters’ parking problems following the loss of nearly 600 parking spaces at North Quincy Station to make way for construction of a public parking garage.
As MBTA officials begin construction at the North Quincy T Station, commuters will lose more than half of the parking spaces available there.
In a unanimous decision, the Quincy Council approved City Councilor-at-large Nina Liang’s legislation to create a LGBTQ commission to better serve Quincy’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer residents.
Boston-based Eastern Bank, America’s oldest and largest community bank, has made a $50,000 grant to the Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC) to help keep low-income residents in their homes in the face of large developments in Greater Boston. ACDC is a community-based organization serving low-income and immigrant communities of Greater Boston, Quincy and Malden.
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women inspire Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu to run.
With residential property owners in Quincy facing annual tax bills that have increased by an average of $1,170 over the last five years, City Councilor-at-large Nina Liang and Ward 4 City Councilor Brian Palmucci are seeking to bring relief for taxpayers who live on the property they own.
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center (BCNC) Quincy hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony June 21 for its 4,600-square-foot new office at 1458 Hancock Street. Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, state Sen. John Keenan and Quincy City Councilor Nina Liang attended the ceremony.
Developer FoxRock Properties’ proposed residential community would bring a mix of 490 apartments and town homes to the campus of Quincy Medical Center