Northland will present several modifications to the Land Use committee next week that would reduce its proposed Needham Street project, according to documents just posted on the city’s website.
The refinements include
I am writing with exciting news. I am running for Newton City Council as a Ward 6 Councilor-At-Large in this November’s municipal election.
I have spent 15 years working hard to help Newton become a more livable and environmentally sustainable community, while also supporting stronger schools and better transportation options. As an advocate, I have had the pleasure of working with amazing people in Newton, and I have learned a great deal from them. I am now ready to use my experience to help lead Newton through the critical challenges it will face in the coming years.
Newton is currently planning changes that will have lasting effects on the climate, housing, schools and transportation. These issues are complicated, and to make wise decisions, we need leaders who understand the comprehensive
It’s a sad reflection on our media today that most of our news comes from the mayor’s community emails….but here’s the latest.
Let me give you a few updates on recreational marijuana:
Remember the big brouhaha last May over proposed parking rules that would not allow you to park at the same meter, the same block or even the same city parking lot — twice in the same day?
Well the City Council’s Public Safety and Transportation committee will discuss a new version of proposed changes to the city’s overtime parking rules on Weds. Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. and they’re certainly less restrictive but no doubt will still upset some folks.
The new ordinance would prevent you from feeding (with coins or the app) a meter once your original time has expired and instead you would have to