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Phillips & Angley
1 Bowdoin Sq, Boston, MA 02114
Phillips & Angley is a law firm based in Beacon Hill. The firm specializes in zoning, environmental, real estate,More corporate and personal injury law, to name a few. Please call the number provided or visit the website for further information.
Chapdelaine Law Office
101 Federal St, Boston, MA 02110
Chapdelaine Law Office is a full-service law firm located in Boston. The firm specializes in many practice areasMore including but not limited to general business, real estate, legal malpractice, zoning and land use, family law and personal injury. For more information, please call the number provided.
Farrah Law Offices
265 Franklin St, Boston, MA 02110
Farrah Law Offices is a Beacon Hill law firm specializing in personal injury law, premise liability, construction andMore zoning law, business litigation and wrongful death. To schedule a consultation, call Farrah Law Offices during regular office hours.
Cabral, Michael B., law offices
101 Tremont St Ste 615, Boston, MA 02108
The Law Offices of Michael B. Cabral are dedicated to providing legal services to those wishing to protect personal,More family, property and business interests. Its areas of practice include civil litigation, land use and zoning, local permitting, real estate transactions, landlord-tenant law, estate planning and more. Call for more information.
DeMaria & Associates
101 Tremont St Ste 615, Boston, MA 02108
DeMaria & Associates is a full-service law firm . DeMaria & Associates specializes in business and commercialMore law, corporate and securities, environmental, government relations, land use, zoning, development, litigation, real estate, venture capital and private placement. For further information, visit DeMaria & Associates at its website.
Beacon Hill Civic Association
74 Joy St, Boston, MA 02114

The Beacon Hill Civic Association works to preserve the historic character of the neighborhood and advance theMore quality of life for its residents. The association was founded in 1922 and is housed in a former Boston police station that was sold to the association for $1. Its offices include a community room, gymnasium, nursery school and elderly housing for senior members of the community. 

More than 1,000 Beacon Hill households and more than 100 businesses are members of the association. Membership dues support many of the association's activities, which include negotiating zoning and licensing agreements, cleaning up the neighborhood, hosting social events and decorating the neighborhood for the holidays. The cost for membership is $50 per household and $100 per business. 

Executive Director Suzanne Besser runs the association, supported by a board of 35 directors and by a large force of community volunteers.