Annual Report of the Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners, 1895: For the Years 1894 (Classic Reprint)

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Chapter 85 of the Resolves of 1894, entitled "Resolve directing the Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners to inquire into the proposed construction of a dam and lock in Charles River basin, reads as follows: -

Resolved That the board of harbor and land commissioners are hereby directed to inquire into the construction of a dam and lock in the tidal basin of Charles river, as proposed in the report of the metropolitan park commission and the state board of health, sitting as a joint board, with special reference to interference with tide water and its effect upon the harbor of Boston, giving an opportunity to be heard to persons desiring a hearing thereon, and to report thereon in print to the next general court within ten days from the commencement of the session thereof; and a sum not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars is allowed for necessary expenses of such inquiry and hearing, to be paid out of the treasury of the Commonwealth.

After public notice in the newspapers and special notice to the following cities and towns on the Charles River, to wit, Boston, Cambridge, Newton and Watertown, an investigation in compliance with the resolve was begun at the State House on October 3, and continued, by adjournments from time to time, up to Dec. 7, 1894.Seventeen hearings in all were had, and both sides of the question were ably represented by counsel. John E. Abbott, Esq., of Watertown, G. A. A. Pevey, Esq., city solicitor of Cambridge, and W. S. Slocum, Esq., city solicitor of Newton, appeared in support of the report of the joint Board; and Hon. John D. Long, Hon. William E. Russell and John T. Wheel-right, Esq., appeared in remonstrance. The Citizens Association of Boston appeared by Herbert L. Harding, Esq.

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