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Charter Sponsors 2020 Olmsted Award of Excellence to Mayor Walsh

Charter is a proud sponsor of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy’s 2020 Olmsted Award of Excellence. As noted on the Conservancy’s website, the Olmsted Award of Excellence is presented to either an individual or organization that “demonstrates an unwavering commitment and service to carrying out Frederick Law Olmsted’s vision for urban parks through exemplary and enduring

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Work Underway on Muddy River Flood Damage Reduction Phase 2 Project

As the end of summer approaches, Charter is making steady progress on-site for the Muddy River project in anticipation of dredging activities that will start late September or early October.   The Muddy River is a small waterway in the Boston metropolitan area with a 5.6 square mile watershed. After multiple floods, the city of Boston

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Charter Development Reaches Land Transfer Agreement for Lynn Waterfront

Charter Development has taken title to 16 acres of land previously owned by National Grid, and now owns the entire 30-acre parcel of land at the former Lynn landfill. This land transfer agreement puts us one step closer to the creation of the public waterfront park as part of the vision for the Lynn Waterfront

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