Senator Brownsberger will be at the 13th annual MEET BELMONT Community Information Fair on Tuesday, August 25, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., Chenery Middle School, 95 Washington St.
The public is invited to the ceremonial grand opening of Belmont’s new Underwood Pool on Saturday, August 8 at 1:30 for the ribbon cutting, followed by an open house from 2:00-4:00. The rain date is on Sunday, August 9 at the same time. Note that the pool opens for swimming on Monday, August 10.
The MBTA would like to advise our neighbors in Belmont that substantial track construction activity is scheduled over the next several weekends in the area adjacent to Channing Road to construct improvements on the Commuter Rail Tracks that run adjacent to the neighborhood and Belmont High School. The work will involve the removal and replacement of track infrastructure, will be noisy at times and may be disruptive at its peak for neighbors in the area.
Senator Brownsberger is sponsoring a Senior CharlieCard Day on Friday, June 19, 1:15 to 3:15 p.m. at the Beech Street Center (the Belmont senior center), 266 Beech Street Belmont, MA 02478. Seniors age 65 or older can save a trip to the MBTA offices in Downtown Boston and apply for your Senior CharlieCard at the Beech Street Center on this one day. Staff from the office of Senator Will Brownsberger will be on hand to take your photo and process your paperwork. You will need to bring a valid, state-issued photo ID that includes Date of Birth.
Rich Carlson posts this caveat about “smart growth”, road design, and unanticipated issues for auto and bicycle commuters in Long Beach, California as a warning about potential problems in the new Trapelo Road roadway design.
This from the Butler School PTA: On Friday, November 7th, students at Daniel Butler Elementary School are going to exercise for their own cause by participating in a one-mile Fun Run. It’s going to be a great event, bringing members of our community together to promote health and fitness while raising money for our school.