Metropolitan Beaches Commission Hearing in Revere
The Metropolitan Beaches Commission will hold a regional public hearing on the state of the Metropolitan Region’s public beaches in Revere, Winthrop and East Boston on June 7th, at the Jack Satter House in Revere.
Metropolitan Beaches Commission Co-Chair Senator Thomas McGee of Lynn, who has served on the Commission since its inception in 2007 and Co-Chair RoseLee Vincent of Revere, will host the hearing.
“These public hearings give the region’s residents an opportunity to share their ideas about how to continue to improve our region’s public beaches, and give the Commission and the Department of Conservation and Recreation the chance to assess where we are today and where we hope to go in the future,” said the Commission Co-Chair Senator.
MBC Commissioner and State Rep. Adrian Madaro of East Boston, Commissioner Barbara Bishop of Winthrop, Commissioners Carol Haney and Kathi-Anne Reinstein of Revere and Commissioners Manny Lopes and Chris Marchi of East Boston as well as other MBC commissioners from waterfront neighborhoods and beachfront communities from Nahant to Nantasket are expected to attend.
The Commission will hear from Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) officials on the status of the Winthrop Beach renourishment and restoration project.