Riverside Visioning Community Open House

Riverside Visioning Community Open House, February 10th, 4:00, Williams School

This is the opportunity for you to give input on what gets developed at Riverside.  The City of Newton Planning department, and their consultant, Civic Moxie, invite you to attend an open house to create the future vision for the Riverside Station site.  Please see the attached flyer.  The intent of the vision plan is to assist the City in evaluating future development proposals as well as how to better integrate the site into the community.

Riverside Visioning Community Open House – Feb 10

‘The League Presents…Affordable Housing 101’

The latest episode of LWVN’s NewTV program, “The League Presents…’featured a discussion on affordable housing with experts Barney Heath, Newton’s Director of Planning, Amanda Berman, Newton’s Housing Development Planner, and Josephine McNeil, an affordable housing activist and former Executive Director of CAN-DO, with host Marcia Johnson, LWVN Board member.

Watch our program anytime! Click either link below to start now.

https://newtv.org/recent-videos-community/120-the-league-presents/5474-the-league-presents-affordable-housing-101

We hope to continue the discussion of issues around housing in Newton over the course of the year.

‘The League Presents…Affordable Housing 101’

The latest episode of LWVN’s NewTV program, “The League Presents…’featured a discussion on affordable housing with experts Barney Heath, Newton’s Director of Planning, Amanda Berman, Newton’s Housing Development Planner, and Josephine McNeil, an affordable housing activist and former Executive Director of CAN-DO, with host Marcia Johnson, LWVN Board member.

Watch our program anytime! Click either link below to start now.

https://newtv.org/recent-videos-community/120-the-league-presents/5474-the-league-presents-affordable-housing-101

We hope to continue the discussion of issues around housing in Newton over the course of the year.

Washington Street Vision Document is ready for comments!

From Marcia Johnson and Tamara Bliss, Washington Street Community Connectors:

Dear Community Friends & Neighbors,

Now that Standard Time is here, the days are getting shorter and temperatures are dropping, it’s a perfect opportunity to spend some time reading the Washington Street Vision Document which is now ready for review and comment.  We think you’ll find it quite interesting and informative!  The great part is that you can enter your own comments and read those of others.

To get started, just use the link Washington Street Vision Document.  Please be patient as these are large documents and can take a few moments to open

We have now started a month-long public comment period, which will close Sunday December 2nd, 2018.  Therefore it is critical for everyone to read and comment on as much of the content as possible before the comment period closes.

Thank you for your continued support for diverse housing and a smart approach to transportation that enables everyone to live, work, and play here in Newton and the surrounding communities.

Washington Street Vision Document is ready for comments!

From Marcia Johnson and Tamara Bliss, Washington Street Community Connectors:

Dear Community Friends & Neighbors,

Now that Standard Time is here, the days are getting shorter and temperatures are dropping, it’s a perfect opportunity to spend some time reading the Washington Street Vision Document which is now ready for review and comment.  We think you’ll find it quite interesting and informative!  The great part is that you can enter your own comments and read those of others.

To get started, just use the link Washington Street Vision Document and attached directions.  Please be patient as these are large documents and can take a few moments to open

We have now started a month-long public comment period, which will close Sunday December 2nd, 2018.  Therefore it is critical for everyone to read and comment on as much of the content as possible before the comment period closes.

Thank you for your continued support for diverse housing and a smart approach to transportation that enables everyone to live, work, and play here in Newton and the surrounding communities.

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