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Gaming in Greater Boston

Thu, 2014-09-18 23:21 -- Vivien Li

   For the past eighteen months, The Boston Harbor Association (TBHA) has closely followed proposed plans for hotel/casino facilities in Everett and East Boston/Revere.  TBHA's Harbor Use Committee, co-chaired by Trustees Rick Dimino and Charles Norris, hosted Mohegan Sun and Wynn Everett at meetings to discuss their proposed plans.  At its April networking event, TBHA's Emerging Professionals engaged representatives of the two projects in a lively discussion about their respective plans.

TBHA, Sasaki Associates Describe "Living With Water" Resilient Design on Local TV

Thu, 2014-09-18 14:52 -- Julie Wormser

Jason Hellendrung, principal at Sasaki Associates and TBHA executive director Julie Wormser have been making the rounds of local television shows discussing our new report, Designing with Water: Creative Solutions from Around the Globe.  TBHA and Sasaki joined forces last year after TBHA released Preparing for the Rising Tide, a primer on sea level rise adaptation. 

Sending Summer Off With a BANG!

Thu, 2014-09-04 14:33 -- Jill Valdes Horwood

Labor Day Fireworks

Boston natives dubbed it The Moving Weekend From Hell. 

I thought that is ridiculous, I’ve moved every year since my senior year in college, how terrible can it be?! I’ve moved cross country TWICE, I’m only moving 5 miles down the road, It’ll be a piece of cake, right?! 

Sneak Preview of the Boston Living with Water International Design Competition

Thu, 2014-09-04 10:16 -- chun (Lola) zhou

 3D visualization of flooding in Boston Harbor As the summer comes to an end, TBHA has begun work on the Boston Living with Water international design competition.

An important part of our Climate Change Adaption program, this project aims to envision a vibrant, sustainable and resilient Boston and address the challenges of climate change and sea level rise.

August 12th Back to the Beaches Trip to Spectacle Island a Treat for All

Thu, 2014-08-14 17:32 -- Vivien Li

child enjoying Spectacle IslandEarlier this week, hundreds of visitors, including scores of children, enjoyed Boston Harbor's newest beach, located on Spectacle Island.  Thanks to support from the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, visitors had a free guided cruise narrated by The Boston Harbor Association before getting off at Spectacle Island.


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