On March 2, 2015, the Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay (NABB) submitted a letter to the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) reiterating the basic principles delineated in several letters and other communications to Fisher College that NABB believes are essential for the development by the college of an Institutional Master Plan (IMP) based on the standards of review defined in Article 80D, the long standing precepts of zoning policy, and the testimony of residents and abutters at the several public meetings and in the many letters sent to
On March 19, 2014, NABB hosted a neighborhood forum on "Rising Tides in the Back Bay: Increasing Resiliency and Preparedness Post-Sandy." Click here to see the presentations that were given at the forum and a resource guide.
The Green Committee is sharing neighbors' stories of how they are greening the city. Click here to see how easily you can make a difference in the greening of our city and the world, and send us your stories as well so that all of us can make a difference! Remember, every contribution counts, and every story should be told.
Stroll down beautiful high-end retail destination Newbury Street or Boylston Street, and you are likely to see evidence of a long-term problem that has bedeviled the Graffiti NABBers for nearly six years: street fixtures that are defaced with graffiti, stickers, stencils, flyers, posters, expired signage, tape, string, wire, and gum. This illegal vandalism makes even a beautiful part of the city look like a blighted area.