• WHEREAS:
WHEREAS:
WHEREAS:
OFFERED BY COUNCILORS ED FLYNN AND MICHAEL FLAHERTY
CITY OF BOSTON IN CITY COUNCIL
ORDER FOR A HEARING TO DISCUSS INCREASING FINES FOR LARGE HOUSE PARTIES DISTURBING NEIGHBORS' QUALITY OF LIFE
WHEREAS: As we continue to be in the midst of the pandenme, there are concerning reports of large house parties across the City of Boston, with both indoor and outdoor gatherings with no masks or physical distancing measures in place throughout our neighborhoods, and
WHEREAS: Even as more people are getting v. and restaurants slowly reopening, neighbors have highlighted that these large house parties oftentimes include renters with absentee landlords, sometimes inviting 30 to 40 people, which is not only conceming with the potential to become superspreader events, but also due to the negative impact on the quality of life for our residents, as these inconsiderate partiers disturb neighbors with loud noise at all hours of the male, while also leaving behind trash and litter on the street, attracting rodents and pests to their neighbors" property; and
WHEREAS: Governor Baker's previous Order No. 63 stated that no pnvate gatherings be more than 10 persons in a single enclosed, indoor space, and failure to comply may resull ina civil fine of up to $500 per violation, however, despite the Governor's order and public health guidance, fatigue has given way to reports large house parties all over the city, with 600 911 calls in one weekend alone in South Boston; and
WHEREAS: Residents are to report large house parties to the Boston Police Department (BPD) at 911,
WHEREAS:
WHEREAS:
WHEREAS:
which can trigger the Inspectional Services Department's @SD) Investigation &
Enforcement team to review, potentially place on the city's Problem Properties List and issue a $500 fine, with the owner of the property required to address these violations, and
WHEREAS: As we continue to hear an overwhelming number of reports of large house parties, we need to talk about increased fines and accountability for property owners who allow this rude behavior, stricter enforcement with additional resources for SD & BPD, and further mechanisms to disincentivize people from having large parties, including an increasing scale of fines on repeat offenders; and
'WHEREAS: In the state of New York, individuals who elated the state's order on social gatherings can be fined up to $2,000 for first offense, and up to a $5,000 fine for a second violation; and
WHEREAS: Aside from issuing fines for violating the Goyemor's orders, and as our residents become vi and businesses reopen, the City of Boston should also look to issue increased fines, perhaps starting at $1000 for a first offense and for those who repeatedly violate regulations concemning the city's noise levels ordinance, explore
$2000 for a second offense, and $3000 for a third offense: and
    • EmailPinterestRedditTumblr Report
    • Copy link
    • Pinterest
  • 0 comments

America’s best pics and videos plug-in will teach your phone to smile

get on the America’s best pics and videos app to roast them

All content related issues will be solved right here.
After all necessary information is provided, of course:

Complete the form below to notify America’s best pics and videos of a claim relating to your intellectual property rights and content or some technical inconvenience with the service.
(Positive and productive feedback is appreciated as well).

Your details

Your relationships to the rights holder

Type of claim

Select
Copyright Trademark Nazi-related Offensive Technical difficulties Other
Describe the issue in detail. Please be specific.
Feeling poetic today? Feel free to provide more information
By clicking on "Submit" below, you are certifying the following statements:
  • I state that I have a good faith belief that use of the work(s) in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
  • I state that the information in this notification is accurate and, under penalty of perjury, that I am the owner of the exclusive right that is allegedly infringed, or an authorized agent for the owner.
  • I give my permission to pass my contact information to the alleged infringing party.

Privacy notice

For a list of the categories of personal information that we collect from you and how we use that information, please review America’s best pics and videos’s privacy policy