Residents on Blanchard Road between Concord Avenue and Grove Street (which lies in Cambridge, but on the Belmont line), have expressed an interest in having a ban on truck traffic. The challenge is to identify a non-residential alternative route.
Massachusetts is moving forward to allow the creation of virtual schools. The progress is good news, although we may still be moving too cautiously.
Just to keep all informed: I met this morning for about 30 minutes with folks from the Mass Department of Transportation’s real estate division and their legislative liaison. As in my meetings with Verizon, I made clear to them that the currently proposed Exit 59 location is a dead proposal in my mind. They explained […]
Dear Mr. Brownsberger: I just learned that the park representatives are meeting with State commissioners and lawyers on Monday to decide whether they should stop allowing people to swim across the pond or on the other side of the pond. I haven’t been able to find out how the users of the pond could be […]
The House agreed last week to make important improvements in budget and tax credit transparency.
Jeff Perry’s amendment on immigration issues wouldn’t have changed much in practice.