East Boston can learn from Seaport mistakes | Conservation Law Foundation

East Boston can learn from Seaport mistakes

CommonWealth Magazine

Too many of Eastie’s residents don’t have access to Boston Harbor despite it being the longest stretch of waterfront in the city and having the most striking views. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us both the need for better open spaces and recreation areas for communities of color and the hurdles they face when it comes to actually using that space.  Nowhere is that clearer than in East Boston.

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