Petition to Support Blue Hills Buildings

Petition to Support Blue Hills Buildings

With just a cursory look at some Blue Hills landmark buildings, you’ll find:

  •  A leaky roof on the Blue Hills Observatory that if not repaired, could destabilize the building
  • Walls on the Trailside Museum that need support or they will become unsafe
  • Beams that if not replaced will bring down the historic Broderick Stable

 

You can help ensure that basic building infrastructure is maintained for these buildings – as well as Eliot Tower and the Blue Hill Ski Area.

Over $8 million has been allocated in the 2014 Environmental Bond Bill for capital expenditures in the Blue Hills.  This funding would repair crumbling historic landmarks.  But these resources will only be released if people like you show your support.

Please sign the petition to urge Executive Office of Environmental Affairs Secretary Mathew Beaton to release funding allocated in the Environmental Bond Bill to restore cherished Blue Hills landmark buildings.

Please fill out the petition to let Secretary Mathew Beaton know you care about the Blue Hills!

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