Carol Rosenblith, who lives in one of the three Beacon Street homes, the city is considering purchasing to to make room for a larger Zervas School tells the TAB’s Jim Morrison she’s unhappy about the prospect of moving but willing to do it for the good of the community.
“I’m not eager to move, but if this is what the community–not the city government–really wants and needs, then so be it,” Rosenblith said.
Rosenblith said she was told that if the city were to purchase her house, she would have to leave by January 2016.
“I wish the city of Newton well,” Rosenblith said. “I hope they’re going to do the right thing and be happy with it.”