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Date:
February 22, 2021
Time:
12:00 PM
Location:
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Boylston Street Corridor Study Committee, 12 pm

Monday, February 22, 2021


Boylston Street Corridor Study Committee Agenda
Monday, February 22 , 2021
12:00PM
DUE TO THE ONGOING HEALTH EMERGENCY, THIS MEETING IS BEING HELD REMOTELY VIA
ZOOM.
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o Approve minutes from February full committee meeting, 2/17/21 Urban
Design/Massing Subcommittee meeting, and 2/19/21 Public Participation
Subcommittee meeting

o Discussion and potential vote to recommend a consultant further develop a Boylston
Street Concept Plan (Brington Rd. to Washington St.) including Intermittent parking, two
bike lanes, four lanes of traffic, widened sidewalk and street tree zones, in response to
the CTPS study (M. Zarrillo)

o Update from the Urban Design & Massing Subcommittee regarding “10 Brookline Place:
Initial conceptual direction to Bulfinch regarding public space & interface between
public and private uses” (C. Ridruejo & K. Brewton)

o Update from the Public Participation Subcommittee
Meeting materials and other documents are available on the Committee’s webpage at
https://www.brooklinema.gov/1605/Boylston-Street-Corridor-Study-Committee

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