Karen Grossman shares tips for the Fall yardwork and landscaping season that will help protect our rivers, streams and lakes.
A new proposal from the MBTA could eliminate two of the four stops on the Boston University strip of the Green Line’s B branch.
The four stops — Boston University West, St. Paul Street, Pleasant Street, and Babcock Street — are squeezed into a stretch of less than a half-mile on Commonwealth Avenue. BU West and St. Paul Street are only one-tenth of a mile apart.
The important land at Alewife Reservation is in imminent danger of being razed and developed, which not only annihilates an irreplaceable piece of nature, but also apparently leaves surrounding residential areas more vulnerable to severe flooding. Please intervene, see postings at the Friends of Alewife Reservation website.
Your commute on the Green Line B branch along Commonwealth Avenue near Boston University may become a little less congested.
BostonMagazine.com reports, “On Thursday, October 23, officials from the transit agency will meet at the Boston Public Library to go over a new plan to consolidate four stops along Commonwealth Avenue. According to details about the meeting, which will be hosted by Senator William Brownsberger and Senator Cynthia Creem, the proposed project would turn the […]
Senator Brownsberger is chairing a legislatively-created Special Commission to Reduce the Recidivism of Sex Offenders. Here is information about the Commission, its legislative charge, and meeting agendas and minutes.