None of the categories in this blog pertain directly to housing. Given the skyrocketing rents, prices and valuations for homes in this district, why is this not a regular topic of discussion?
Folks might take interest in this discussion on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 (5-7 PM), sponsored by Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and Harvard Alumni Association.
Will recently quizzed us on whether heirs should have access to a decadent’s email accounts. He didn’t specify any other logins, but all are potentially relevant probate issues. This is a thorny knot of issues that his question only grazes. Giving heirs access to just email archives is a lot more complicated than he lets […]
Over the summer a member of the Belmont Planning Board put forward an unusual proposal to relocate the main library to the Waverly Square Belmont Car Wash property in conjunction with units of senior housing.
It’s June 30th. Why no state budget? What is it going to take? Response from Will, July 1 AM Truth is I don’t know much more than you do, reading the newspapers, about the progress of this conference committee. One thing I do have a little perspective on is the difficulty of the job that […]
Hi Will, Last I checked, you were not among the more than 50 cosponsors for this bill, which would require presidential candidates to release three years of the US tax returns in order to qualify for the MA ballot. If you don’t object to the bill, please sign on and work to help it pass. […]