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Excerpt from Boston Downtown Waterfront Project
Restoring Boston's lost orientation to the sea has been a goal of the Exchange since its formation in 1976. The Exchange has been developing ideas for water related facilities and public access to bring the inner harbor back into focus as one of Boston's greatest potential assets. Early in 1979, the Exchange drew up and published A Plan for Boston Harbor and a suggested perspective of a revitalized waterfront. This plan obtained the enthusiastic cooperation of Mayor White which led to the funding of the current project by the consortium of interests previously listed.
The Exchange is in overall charge of this project, is the recipient of the funds, and provides administra tive support and technical expertise. Carl Koch is President of the Exchange and Patricia Wells is an administrative assistant for the project.
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bound: 238 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 25, 2017)
isbn: 0282063285, 978-0282063283,
weight: 11.5 ounces (