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“Pier 5 is a unique in all aspects, important to the nation including, its history and the protection of its ship of state (from the environment and beyond), and a priceless natural resource, habitat and location that must continue to belong to us all, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, The City of Boston, The Public. The …

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“Pier 5 is a unique in all aspects, important to the nation including, its history and the protection of its ship of state (from the environment and beyond), and a priceless natural resource, habitat and location that must continue to belong to us all, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, The City of Boston, The Public. The material, adverse, and irreversible effects of ANY privatization of the Pier 5 Gateway (Pier 5 and surrounds both water, landfill, land) will be suffered in perpetuity by the Public, long after the developers leave. The maximum allotted privatization of the Pier 5 Gateway has already occurred e.g., Buildings 197, 42, 103, Pier 7. The history and context of the late 1980’s decoupling of Pier 5 from Bldg 197 still applies and further, entirely negates all BPDA/Developer indications (past, present, future) that the Municipal Harbor Plan (such as it is, was and has and will be renewed or modified) trumps MGLChapter 91 including, and its mandatory strict standards (per the EOEA, as advised by”