At $13.5 million, the appraisal comes in slightly above the assessed value of the property for tax purposes as of January 1, 2010. It confirms that the developer has chosen the most profitable strategy and roughly confirms the town’s valuation of the property based on that strategy.
Dear Will, Please continue to come to relate to our Forum. We will be going over the facts again in terms of flooding and forest to note that the scientific facts of the DEP Hearings were ignored. I am very sorry if we have disappointed you to continue battling. IT is a miserable position to […]
SEE SILVER MAPLE VIDEO BELOW: http://vimeo.com/18756495 This video traces some of the history and highlights of the regional (Cambridge, Belmont and Arlington) community efforts to protect the silver maple forest and the vital floodplain protection for these communities and downstream towns and cities of the Mystic River watershed and the Boston Harbor. We abhor […]
Five reasons to visit belmontcoalition.org: 5. See a map with the location of the Silver Maple forest/Belmont Uplands 4. Learn about Coalition concerns and the legal case in detail 3. Easy online donation and/or become an online supporter . 2. See beautiful pictures of the forest from Little Pond 1. Find out what about a new […]
We realize the work of you as our shining legislator in the matter of the forest, and 4 other legislators who we understand continue to appeal to reason in behalf of our dwindling natural resources which benefit the Lower Mystic watershed of Belmont, Cambridge, Arlington and Somerville. Public outpouring has come from Cambridge and Belmont […]
According to the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs in a conversation I had yesterday, they are moving swiftly to retain an appraiser and expect to complete an appraisal in early April.