The State Senate today approved legislation extending the existence of the Arlington Belmont Cambridge Stormwater Flooding Board. Action will now be required by the House on the legislation. The Board grew out of informal conversations convened over 10 years ago between the three communities to remedy shared flooding problems. The board funds an online flood […]
The plans for the reconstruction of the Craddock Bridge assure considerable reductions in the flood risks posed by the Bridge.
A meeting was held on Monday, May 27, 2011 in the State House to review the status of key issues in the Mystic/Alewife area with the management of the Department of Conservation and Recreation.
A meeting was held in the State House this morning with Commissioner Sullivan of the Department of Conservation and Recreation to review flooding and related priorities in the Alewife area.
I am interning in Will’s office this summer and recently attended a hearing on sewer flows into Alewife Brook and the Charles and Mystic basins, which provided a helpful status update on projects to improve water quality. The hearing was to extend the variance allowing for a certain level of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) into […]
Will: I was watching you and the selectmen discussing the Clay Pit pond flooding. This may be a stupid idea, but wouldn’t a 2 to 3 foot berm take care of it? This seems about at the level of an Eagle project, a few loads of loam and some grass seed. Am I missing someting […]