This year there are 673 children in Allston/Brighton whose families cannot afford gifts for the holiday season. On December 17, take part in the annual Allston/Brighton Holiday Party & Toy Drive to spread some cheer!
The State House News Service reports on the conference committee appointed to negotiate the differences between criminal justice reform bills passed by the House and Senate via the Greenfield Recorder.
The MBTA’s recent call to create more dedicated bus lanes reflects a fundamental reality: in many congested road segments, a large share of the people are hidden away in buses, many of them standing. Where the data prove high bus ridership, it is common sense to shift road resources towards the buses.
Correctional News details the criminal justice reform bill passed by the Senate in October
From MassDOT: As many of you are aware, MassDOT’s project team for the I-90 Allston Interchange Improvement Project has been working to assemble the project’s Draft Environmental Impact Report or DEIR. The DEIR will be filed at the end of November and will be officially noticed in the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs’ […]
From DCR: The Department of Conservation and Recreation invites you to attend a public meeting scheduled for Wednesday, December 13, 2017, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Russell Youth Community Center, located at 680 Huron Avenue, Cambridge, to present and obtain comments on a preliminary design for a short-term alternative (primarily focused at the […]