One of the agenda items on this coming Monday’s North End/Waterfront Neighborhood Council monthly meeting is a request for a 2 AM closing hour and Goody Glover’s 48-50 Salem Street.
The Council will discuss and possibly vote on three other requests including constructing a five-story building on Endicott Street, a retail wine and malt package store licenses for a new business at Board Alley and the installation of restaurant equipment at a Salem Street restaurant.
The meeting is scheduled for Monday, March 10 at 7 PM in the Nazzaro Community Center, 30 North Bennet Street.
•Goody Glovers, 48-50 Salem Street-Dan McMyler, owner of Goody Glovers is seeking a change of closing hour from 1am to 2am (3-19-14 Licensing Board hearing date, pro se).
• Saporo di Napoli/Rigoletto, 115 Salem Street-is seeking zoning relief to allow for the installation of restaurant kitchen equipment (3-25-14 ZBA hearing date, Attorney Diane Monica).
• Bricco Salumeria and Pasta Shoppe, 11 Board Alley-Frank DePasquale has filed an application with the City of Boston Licensing Board to acquire a retail wine and malt package store licenses for the Pasta Shoppe which is moving from Cross Street to 11 Board Alley and will be known as Bricco Salumeria and Pasta Shoppe (3-12-Licensing Board hearing date, Attorney Bill Ferullo).
• 210 Endicott Street-Robert Dello Russo has applied to the Zoning Board of Appeals to remove the existing structure at 210 Endicott Street and to construct a five-story building with 4 residential units and a parking garage for the residential units (4-8-14 ZBA hearing date, Attorney Bill Ferullo).
• Announcements/Open Discussion/Comments.