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

Long Island Bridge Information - 

Click here to view a copy of Councillor Harris and Mayor Thomas P. Koch's update on the status of the Long Island Bridge

Click here to view a copy of Councillor Harris to the Department of Environmental Protection Waterways regarding permits for the new Long Island Bridge

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

Community Meetings & Notices

Community Meeting - Proposal at 199 Commander Shea Boulevard 

 Ward Six City Councillor William Harris will be hosting a Community Meeting on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6:00pm at the Kennedy Center – Media Room, 400 East Squantum Street, to review and discuss a proposed plan by Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston for 199 Commander Shea Boulevard that will be before the License Board Tuesday, November 12th . Historic Tours of America, Inc. the owner of Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston seeks permission from the Quincy Licensing Board to store their trolley vehicles at 199 Commander Shea Boulevard, operating primarily between the hours of 7:00am to 7:00pm.  Company representatives and their attorney will be in attendance to hear your concerns and answer any questions you may have.  If this matter is important to you, you are strongly encourage to attend this meeting.  

Click here for more details on the meeting

Community Meeting - Ward Six 2019 Roadways and Infrastructure Construction

Ward Six City Councillor William Harris will be hosting a Community Meeting on Wednesday, April 10th at 6:00 pm at the Squantum Elementary School to discuss the upcoming roadway, sidewalk, and infrastructure construction.  Representatives from the Department of Public Works, Woodard & Curran and contractors will be attendance to discuss what to expect with during construction, contact information for the contractors and expected timelines. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this upcoming work I encourage you to attend this Community Meeting.

Click here for more details on the meeting

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