Local news, events, and regional issues that affect the quality of life for those of us living or working in Allston and Brighton, Massachusetts
Oh, So now we have to put up with more"NOISE AND LIGHT POLLUTION INTO THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITY" Its bad enough we get a lot of noise 5 days a week from the CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY along Western Ave. Now we have to deal with NIGHT GAMES FROM A PROFESSIONAL TEAM AND MORE TRAFFIC IN TO THE COMMUNITY. Common Harvard give us A DAM BREAK.
They have 10 games in Allston over the next 4 months. I doubt that women's pro soccer will draw that big a crowd. This is a league that went out of business in 2003, not a thriving organization with thousands of rabid followers. Maybe they will do something fun with the local schools and kids in the neighborhood and they will have something to put on their "Players in the Community" webpage.http://www.womensprosoccer.com/EventAll.aspx?show=appearances&team=boston