LWVN Local Action Meeting on stormwater and sewage on Friday, June 8, 11 am

Join LWVN members for a Local Action Meeting, Friday, June 8 at 11 am in the Newton Library, study room 2H (second floor).  The topic will be a stormwater and sewage update, looking at what has happened in the City since LWVN’s 2010 forum “The Floods Next Time”.

Support the Extreme Risk Protection Order on Monday at 11 am, MA State House

Join the Massachusetts Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence
STATE HOUSE ACTION DAY IN SUPPORT OF H.3610

EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER

Where:  Massachusetts State House, 3rd Floor
Wolcott Statue (outside House Chamber)

When: Monday, April 30, 11:00 AM

Speakers include:
  • Chief Steve Wojnar, President of the MA Chiefs of Police Assoc.
  • Rep Marjorie Decker
  • John Rosenthal, Stop Handgun Violence
  • Janet Goldenberg, MA Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence

 Come together for the final push to enact this important GVP legislation!

LWVN Local Action Meeting on reducing traffic congestion on May 4, 11 am

Join LWVN members for a Local Action Meeting, Friday, May 4 at 11 am in the Newton Library, study room H (second floor).  The topic will be how LWVN can support the City’s efforts to reduce traffic congestion and what specific actions members can take.

LWVN Local Action Meeting on reducing traffic congestion on May 4, 11 am

Join LWVN members for a Local Action Meeting, Friday, May 4 at 11 am in the Newton Library, study room H (second floor).  The topic will be how LWVN can support the City’s efforts to reduce traffic congestion and what specific actions members can take.

Snow, Sidewalk Clearing and the Parking Ban: A Panel Discussion on February 28, 7 pm

Even thought it’s starting to feel like spring…

Come with your questions to a panel discussion of snow, sidewalk clearing, and the parking ban on Wednesday, February 28 from 7 to 9 pm at the Auburndale Community Library.  Panelists include: City Councilor Vicki Danberg; Mark Shane, Director of Streets for the Newton Department of Public Works; and a representative of the police department.  Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Newton.  All are welcome.

 

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