Other at 3 Charles St

CLOSED Case Closed. Case Noted. Thank you contacting the city about this past weekends event on the Common. We along with the Friends of the Public Garden are collecting them for our records. We are continuing to gather information from this years event so we can evaluate our options. Below please find a statement from Mayor Walsh:. "As a city, we take tremendous pride in our public spaces, and the conditions we saw in the aftermath of this weekend's Boston Freedom Rally, formerly known as Hempfest, are both appalling and unacceptable. The Boston Common is a beloved place in our city, as it is America's first park, and we expect that all event organizers and vendors respect this public space, because it belongs to all of us.". Staff from the Boston Parks Department are working hard to bring the Common back to a state of good repair and cleanliness. Of the more than 700 events/programs each year on the Common, this weekend has required the most amount of maintenance and cleanup and it is unacceptable. - about 1 year ago #101002660792
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Submitted Sep 15, 2018

Pot truck on grass in Common.



address: 3 Charles St, Boston

coordinates x,y: 772866.7945071468, 2954993.1461147675

coordinates lat,lng: 42.35584171699836, -71.06824126650332

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Thu Sep 20, 2018 10:16am Closed with status: Case Closed. Case Noted. Thank you contacting the city about this past weekends event on the Common. We along with the Friends of the Public Garden are collecting them for our records. We are continuing to gather information from this years event so we can evaluate our options. Below please find a statement from Mayor Walsh:. "As a city, we take tremendous pride in our public spaces, and the conditions we saw in the aftermath of this weekend's Boston Freedom Rally, formerly known as Hempfest, are both appalling and unacceptable. The Boston Common is a beloved place in our city, as it is America's first park, and we expect that all event organizers and vendors respect this public space, because it belongs to all of us.". Staff from the Boston Parks Department are working hard to bring the Common back to a state of good repair and cleanliness. Of the more than 700 events/programs each year on the Common, this weekend has required the most amount of maintenance and cleanup and it is unacceptable.
Sat Sep 15, 2018 07:03am Opened
Sat Sep 15, 2018 07:03am Submitted via iPhone Iphone