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this assistance program.

On April 21, 1966, we held a special meeting at the
Cooper Community Centre In order to explain our re-
location services and benefits, ^e know that some
residents were unable to attend that meeting or were
unable, because of the large attendance, to have all
their questions answered.

For that reason, members of our staff will be on call
from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. in four locations convenient to
your home during the week of July 18 for the sole
purpose of answering any questions you may have about
the proposed Campus High Project and about the re-
location assistance available to you. In addition to
what they will be able to tell you personally, they
will have on hand maps and written materials which I
believe you will find highly informative.

As you may know, the public hearing for the proposed
Camnus Hieh Project is scheduled for July 25 at 8 P.M.
at the James p. Timilty Junior High School at 205
Roxbury Street. In order for you to be completely in-
formed about the program before that time, I strongly
urge you to visit one of the community centers listed
on the next page so that you may speak personally with
one of our staff members.

Sincerely yours,

Walter L. Smart

Director of Family Relocation



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BOSTON REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

SOUTH STATION BUILDING, ROOM 536, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02111



July 15, 1966



Dear Resident ;

Recently you may have seen the newspaper notice of the
public hearing which will be held on July 25 at 8 P.M.
at the James P. Timilty Junior High School, 205 Roxbury
Street, in order to discuss the proposed Campus High
Project.

We are aware that a number of residents in the proposed
planning area are extremely concerned about what this
project will mean to them and their property. The fact
is that the Boston Redevelopment Authority has no inten-
tion of acquiring any residential property within the
planning area with the exception of those few parcels
recuired for one or two minor street improvements. In
addition, the Boy's Club, the Roxbury Municipal Court,
and possibly the Dudley Post Office will be acquired. As
you know, the Boy's Club. and the Court House are presently
occupying obsolete structures and will soon move to
brand new facilities in the Washington Parle area.

In order for you to be completely informed on all aspects
of this program, members of our staff will be on call
from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. in four locations close to your
home during the week of July 18 for the sole purpose of
answering any questions you may have. In addition to
what they will be able to tell you personally, they will
have on hand maps and written materials which I believe
you will find highly informative.

We will be in contact with you in the very near future to
request your participation and involvement in the devel-
opment of the urban renewal plan for your area. In the
meantime, I strongly urge that you visit, at your conven-
ience, one of the community centers listed on the next
page so that you may speak personally with one of our
staff members.

Sincerely yours,

Walter L. Smart

Director of Family Relocation

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.Tune 2, 1966

RECOMMENDATIONS:

1. We recommend that the BHA be given community support to
requisition funds from the Urban Remewal Administration, Washing,
D.C* for survey and 'planning ONLY? and that the community be allow-
ed to actively and meaningfully participate in the Survey and
Plnnnin^ P roce3S»

2. We un^er any circumstances DO NOT give community support
to the BRA for early land acquisition in any area of the GNRP.

3. We recommend that there be no early land acquisition until
survey and planning has been completed, and the community (ies)
have had a chance to evaluate any and all of the BRA'S proposed
plants) for the entire GNRP,. .

I|» All land proposed for early lan^ acquisition (in the
Madison Park-Roxbury Crossing areas) for the Campus High School
and new Dudley Street include the following*

. . a* low income housing (that resembles moderate income
housing)
b fc moderate income housing
c elderly housing .

d» private housing (which may be purchased)
e* community facilities (parks, playgrounds, medical

centers and social service facilities
f . scattered site public housing »

g* instant public housing >

h» rehabilitation of existing structurally sound
properties with PHA guarantees
£.. We recommend that the proposed Urban Renewal area In the
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following parcels of land*

a. that parcel just south of Linden Park Street

b. the parcels of land that lay between Shawmut Avenue,
Washingt-teMStreot the site of tho proposed Inner
Belt-South Wast Expressway Route and the Junction

of Roxbury Street and Washington Stroet,
6o- That relocation shall not boc;in until, enough housing
units have been erected within the GNRP, and the areas proposed
for early land acquisition for the Campus High School, to
accommodate all families who X\ r ill be relocated,

7* The BRA shoujd seriously consider tho recommendations of
the residents who live in the areas that thoy are drawing plans £or.
We the undersigned submit these recommendations



Bertha Waters
Robert Carrier
Thelna Wilson
Dorothy Benders
Alice Wise
Marian Smolinsky
Helen Hanna
Angle Davis
Helen Converse
Shirley Smolinsky
Bertha Murphy
Ralph D. Smith
Eula M. White
F odor a Manning



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18 Ball Street

3I|. Williams Streot

17k C^-bot Street

13' Auburn Street

9 Elmwood Street

50 Linden p ark Street

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23 Elmwood

11 Elmwood Street

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90 1 ' Vernon Street

36 Williams Street

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District ' Ward Name Home Address

7th Suffolk 9 and 12 Royal L. Boiling 18 Schuyler Street
7th Suffolk 9 and 12 Michael E. Haynes 30 Haskins Street
7th Suffolk 9 and 12 Franklin W. Holgate 7 Harold Park



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