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Dust will be generated during the period ot demoli- tion, but appropriate controls will be taken. V7ill the project (s) Involve the burning of brush, trees, construction materials, etc.? Could the project (s) result in a deleterious effect on the quality of any portion of the state's air or water resources? ( ) Combined Joint, in participation with Signature of Preparing Officer designated as the lead agency, Title PROGRAM DIRECTOR Address ROOM 925, 80 BOYLSTON STREET, BOSTON Telephone 727-627A II - INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF THE The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) pro- PROPOSED ACTION poses to construct an Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) located on North Grove Street on the site of the present Moseley and Walcott buildings.
(If yes, indicate whether surface, ground water, offshore) There are no known water reserves on the site. (X) It has been determined that the project may cause significant enviroiimental damage. The proposed center would contain approximately 350,000 square feet of space throughout 14 floors, including 12 floors above and 2 floors below ground levels.
On November 20, 1974, the Area 628 ACC subcommittee of the Health Planning Covincil for Greater Boston, Inc.
(HPCGC) voted to "approve the ACC Certificate of Need based on their view of the information presented to them to date." Subsequently, the HPCGB Board of Directors voted on December 5, 1974 to recommend to the Public Health Council their endorsement of the Area 628 subcommittee's report.
The site contains 2 MGH owned buildings neither of which -are unique structures. Could the project(s) affect an historical or archaeolo- gical structure or site?
The building is in proximity to the historic Bullfinch bu i 1 d i ng . Could the project(s) affect the potential use, extrac- tion, or conservation of a scarce natural resource?
June 30, 1975 NOTICE OF COMMENTS Comments on this draft environmental impact report are encouraged.
All comments should be submitted within 30 days of the publication of this report, or by May 12, 1975.
Garages VI-21 VI-7 Duration of Stay at Parkman and Fruit St.The environmental team preparing the report was guided by representatives of the DPH, MGH and the Cambridge Street Community Development Corpora- tion (CSCDC) .The CSCDC was organized in 1971 by the Beacon Hill Civic Association, the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Massachu- setts Eye and Ear Infirmary as a vehicle for the community cooperatively to plan for, and develop the Cambridge Street-West End area from Government Center to the Charles River.Finally, the ACC would improve the quality of medical education by expand- ing educational programs in primary care and ambulatory referral care.
In September 1974, the MGH submitted an application to the Department of Public Health (DPH) for a Certificate of Need which, when granted, would enable the MGH to build the Ambulatory Care Center.The completed construction will provide a larger more sympathetic landscaped setting for this hi stor ic bui Iding including restoration of the historic view from the top of Anderson St. The project area is an urban site with no known reserves of natural resources. Does the project (s) area serve as a habitat, food source, nesting place, source of water, etc. The project area is an urban site and does not serve any function for either wildlife or fish. Could the project(s) affect fish, wildlife, or plant life?