In addition to the many emails from the BRA, I saw notices in the local and abutting community newspapers and on the BRA website.
"...How can they claim that there wasn’t an opportunity for their voices to be heard?"There were also comments made about how the BRA treated the visitors who attended meetings. The BRA was open, inviting, and engaged with this entire process. They met, or offered to meet, with individuals who were concerned, they brought those concerns to the larger committee, and took the many competing needs into account as they drafted, redrafted, and redrafted again, our exciting new plans for the area.
I for one would like to commend the BRA and my constituents on the AG for their hard work, open and honest communication, and a planning process that while grueling was worth the effort.
Union Park Street