Ward 6 News & Info

Councillor Harris

Councillor William P. Harris
74 Ashworth Road
Quincy MA 02171
Phone:
(617) 376-1356
E-Mail: Councillor Harris

 

Welcome to the Ward 6 News and Information Page

Here you will find links to Community Meetings, Projects and Events you may find interesting and informative.

Community Meetings & Notices

Planning Board Case No. 2020-03 – 503, 507, 511 & 511R Hancock St.

The applicant, Galvin Development Company, seeks to demolish the three existing multifamily buildings located on the premises and construct a new residential building consisting of forty (40) residential units with parking under the residential portion of the building as well as a parking lot on the property, providing a total of 82 parking spaces. 

Public Hearing will be held via Remote Zoom Video Conference on Wednesday, May 13th at 5:30 PM for more information on this project and meeting click here
 
 PLEASE NOTE: No Decision will be made by the Planning Board on this case until after a Neighborhood Meeting has taken place.  Once Governor Baker has lifted the Stay-at-Home Advisory, a Neighborhood Meeting will be scheduled and you will be notified of that date as soon as it is scheduled.  

 

Cancelled - Community Meeting - Ward Six 2020 Roadways and Infrastructure Construction

Out of an abundance of caution Ward Six Councillor William Harris has cancelled the upcoming Ward Six Community Meeting on the 2020 Roadway and Infrastructure Construction scheduled for Wednesday, March 25th at Atlantic Middle School.

The roadway and infrastructure work that was to be discussed at this meeting is scheduled to start in the coming weeks. This work varies by location but may include water main repair, gas main repair, sewer repair and paving and sidewalk improvements. Those residents that will be directly affected will be notified prior to any road closures and other temporary inconveniences. 

Click here for more details on the meeting

Click here to view the Ward Six 2020 Roadway and Infrastructure Construction Presentation   

The Assessors Department Understand Your Taxes Booklet is now available online.

This informative booklet will educate the taxpayer on all components that go into determining property taxes from beginning to end.

To view the booklet, please click here. 

Long Island Bridge Information - 

To view updates on the status of the Long Island Bridge

Councillor Harris February 2020 Update

Councillor Harris and Mayor Thomas P. Koch's February 2019 Update 

Opposition Letter to Department of Environmental Protection Waterways Permits

To view Councillor Harris's Resolutions introduced at the City Council on this topic click the links below - 

Council Order 2019-046 – Resolve – Update on Pending Legal and Future Action on Long Island Bridge

Council Order 2019-045 – Resolve – Preservation of Indian Burial Ground on Long Island

Council Order 2018-040 – Resolve – Long Island Bridge – Supporting Massachusetts House Bill 1800 - An Act providing for a study to be conducted on the cost feasibility of implementing a ferry service to Long Island in Boston Harbor

Council Order 2018-015 – Resolve – New Long Island Bridge

In Your Neighborhood: Ward 6 Councillor William Harris

MBTA Updates - 

Red Line/South Side Improvements -

The MBTA  came before the City Council to discuss all current and future planned projects planned for Quincy.

Click here to view the MTBA's presentation. 

For the most up to date information on MBTA Projects click the links below - 

North Quincy Station
Quincy Adams Station
Quincy Center Station
Wollaston Station

Red Line Improvement Project