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Mayor Thomas M. Menino today joined city officials to ask Boston to celebrate responsibly this Sunday when the New England Patriots take on the New York Giants in pursuit of a Super Bowl championship and a perfect season.
“The City of Boston continues to work with area establishments and colleges and universities to ensure public safety,” Mayor Menino said. “We are all very excited that the New England Patriots are playing in Super Bowl XLII and battling for an unprecedented 19-0 season, but public safety remains our number one priority.”
The City of Boston has coordinated with the State Police, the DOC, university police and law enforcement agencies throughout the region to ensure a coordinated public safety plan. The City has had extensive communications with local universities regarding student behavior. Any student arrested will not only face criminal charges, but will also be subject to penalties imposed by their university.
The Boston Police Department (BPD) will have an increased presence in areas that are heavily populated with students. Boston Transportation will implement temporary parking restrictions on certain streets. BPD asks that revelers obey police instructions and if asked to leave an area, please do so peacefully.
Taxis and public transportation offer inexpensiveBeruhmte deutsche internet casinos. and smart alternatives to drinking and driving. Please take advantage of them. Public drinking will not be tolerated and BPD will strictly enforce all alcohol compliance laws. The Mayor’s Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing has been in contact with area establishments to ensure adherence to duties as a license holder. Boston Police will be conducting walk-throughs of bars to monitor for alcohol and crowd control violations.