Posts Tagged ‘public meeting’

On April 16, one day after the Boston Marathon bombings, dozens of our neighbors gathered at the King Open School to discuss a proposal to run ethanol trains through our communities. At that meeting, we promised to reschedule MassDOT’s presentation of its ethanol safety study, and today, I’m pleased to announce that we’ve finalized our […]

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The Department of Transportation will present its draft recommendations for the Route 28 Corridor on May 15, from 6-8pm at the Argenziano School (290 Washington St., Somerville). Better known as “Grounding McGrath,” the project seeks to modernize both McGrath Highway and its surrounding traffic patterns. Right now, McGrath Highway travels over Washington St. in Somerville […]

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Please join Cambridge’s Representatives and Senators next Tuesday, April 16 for a public meeting on a proposal to run ethanol-carrying trains through Cambridge. The meeting will be held at 6pm at the King Open School (850 Cambridge St., Cambridge) and will feature a presentation of MassDOT’s ethanol safety study, followed by a chance to speak […]

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In addition to tonight’s meeting regarding ethanol transporation, residents of East Somerville may wish to attend a community discussion regarding a possible new residential development. The proposed development would create a five-storey, 120-unit apartment complex on the site of the current Stop ‘n Shop at intersection of Cross St. East and Mystic Ave. The meeting […]

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MassDOT is undertaking a study of the feasibility of transporting ethanol by rail through several Greater Boston communities, including Somerville and Cambridge. The next public meeting is scheduled for tonight, March 11, from 6:30-8:30pm at the Argenziano School in Somerville (290 Washington St.). I encourage you to attend tonight’s public meeting to share your perspective and […]

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Road crews are coming to East Cambridge next year. Right now, the crews are planning to improve both the roadways and the sidewalks on Fulkerson St. (between Cambridge St. and Charles St.) and Thorndike St. (between Sciarappa St. and Fulkerson St.), and we need your input to make this project the best it can be. Next week, […]

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A local group called Disability Advocates Advancing our Healthcare Rights (DAAHR) is holding a public meeting tomorrow from 1-3pm at The Paulist Center at 5 Park St. in Boston. Everyone with an interest in shaping health care delivery methods is encouraged to attend, but this meeting should be of particular interest to so-called “dual-eligibles.” What’s […]

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