Powers schooled in architecture at Harvard, which is the first piece of information one sees when he presents his plan to audiences.
One can almost envision one of his classmates joking, “Don, can’t you get those clamdiggers up on the Merrimack to sign on for some bricks-and-mortar?”
Many reputations and at least one (mayoral) election are on the line as the maneuvering on the central waterfront continues.
The following meetings are scheduled this week and are open to the public:
School Committee, 6:30 p.m., mayor’s conference room, City Hall.
Waterfront Trust, 7 p.m., police conference room, 4 Green St.
Conservation Commission, 6:30 p.m., City Council chambers.
Dyke Hendrickson covers Newburyport for The Daily News. He can be reached at 978-462-6666, ext. 3226 or email@example.com.