The Greenway Business Improvement District (BID) has committed to supporting The Rose Kennedy Greenway and the Greenway Conservancy for another 5-year term.
The Greenway BID, consisting of businesses and organizations along the 1.5-mile linear park in Boston, voted unanimously to renew the BID for a second term and increase funding by 7%. The additional funding will be used to support operations, maintenance, and enhancement of the park, including capital projects and programs to activate the space.
“The Rose Kennedy Greenway is more than just a park; it is an emblem of community spirit, environmental stewardship, as well as urban innovation and revitalization,” said Rick Dimino, executive director of the Greenway BID.
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