Mayor Fuller sent this memo to the City Council today, informing them of her decision to “not forward the City Council’s request to submit a home rule petition to the General Court with the amendments to the City Charter as voted by the Council on May 6, 2019 in Docket #7 6-19. Most of these amendments were originally proposed by
In advance of tonight’s meeting (Feb. 27, 6:45 p.m. at the Franklin School) Mayor Fuller provided this update on the Washington Street visioning process.
We embarked in May 2018 on a planning process for Washington Street. The goal is to provide the City Council with new zoning in the Spring of 2019 that represents our dreams and vision for this important corridor.
We are very aware that while we are planning, Washington Street is changing. The City Council has already approved both Washington Place at Washington Street and Walnut, as well as a three-story headquarters for Mark Development with a restaurant at the Santander Bank location in West Newton.
Where are we right now? The planning team that has been working with our residents, businesses, and the City Council has
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:
Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller issued this statement in an email to residents today in reaction to the MBTA’s “Better Bus Service” proposal.
“We’re pushing back on the MBTA proposed “Better Bus Project” that it says will improve bus service through Newton. I have deep concerns that rather than improving bus service in our City, this plan actually