"A renewed commitment on their part is necessary to open this site up to the general public, in a way that provides a public benefit for the city, its residents and our visitors," Glenn Haas, assistant commissioner of the [Dept. of Environmental Protection], said in a statement.
---Boston Globe, May 13, 2009
For one second this morning, I thought the Globe was covering my Council colleague and Chapter 91 advocate Larry McCavitt, but the story was about the Boston waterfront, not Newburyport's.
Worth a read: http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2009/05/13/waterfront_site_must_open_to_public/