Brookline LWV event on land use planning

On Wednesday, October 7, at 6:30 p.m. the League of Women Voters of Brookline (LWVB) will host a public meeting in Brookline Town Hall featuring Anthony Flint, a fellow and director of public affairs at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (and Brookline resident), who will speak on current strategies for land use planning.

For more information from Betsy DeWitt and Janice Kahn on this event, click here.

LWVN Parking Forum now online

LWVN’s Parking Forum, filmed last April, is now available on the NewTV website.  Click Parking Forum to watch it.

Thanks to Brooke Lipsitt for moderating, and to Jessica Robertson, Sean Roche and Rene Khachadourian for participating in the forum.  Thanks as well to Bonnie, Maureen, Barry and Tami for preserving the event on tape, to Ellen Meyers of the Newton Free Library for sponsoring the evening, and to Andreae Downs and LWVN’s Transportation Committee for their hard work in pulling the whole event together!

If you missed the Needham LWVN forum on invasive plants….

you can watch it online!  Go to the LWV of Needham’s website to find the video:  LWV of Needham

Newton’s Dr. Eric Olson, an expert on invasive plants, spoke about why invasive plants are harmful beyond our gardens, which invasive plants are in our area, how we can recognize them, and how we can eliminate them from our own yards and community on Friday, September 18 at the Needham Public Library.  Thanks to LWV of Needham for inviting Newton LWVN members and Newton residents!

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