Drivers endlessly circling for spaces in Newton’s shopping areas will soon have more parking options after the City Council on Monday approved a zoning amendment to allow a three-year, citywide shared parking pilot program, Wicked Local Newton reports.
Thanks to NewTV for sharing this video featuring incumbent Congressman Joseph Kennedy III and Newton resident Gary Rucinski, who is challenging Kennedy in the Sept. 4 Democratic primary. The winner will be unopposed in the Nov. 6 general election.
Newton resident and a long time Village 14 blogger Bryan Barash has formally announced plans to challenge incumbent Emily Norton for the Ward 2 City Council contest in November of 2019. (Note: Although this is mentioned in a different thread, we traditionally post campaign announcements as a new thread. Barash will suspend blogging during the campaign or if he is elected.)
Here’s his campaign website and announcement
My name is Bryan Barash and I am running to be your local Ward 2 City Councilor.
At a time when so much of our politics is divisive, we need to come together as a community to meet the needs of our neighborhood and our city. As your city councilor I will utilize my decade of public policy expertise, combined with my intimate knowledge of both state and local government, to ensure your concerns are heard and your needs are met at City Hall.
I believe strongly in the power of kindness, the impact of compromise, and the decency of the