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Presentation on Proposed Changes to Village Center Zoning
September 20, 2022 @ 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
We invite you to attend a…
Presentation on Proposed Changes to
Village Center Zoning
Tuesday, September 20, 2022 7pm – 8pm
Druker Auditorium, Newton Free Library
330 Homer Street, Newton Centre, MA
All LWVN Members are invited to attend a presentation, on Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at 7:00pm, Druker Auditorium, Newton Free Library, of the city’s proposed changes to zoning ordinances as it affects our Village Centers.
Meryl Kessler, a LWVN member and LWVN’s representative to the Zoning Redesign Community Engagement Network*, will be presenting. Following the presentation, all attendees are invited to view the City Planning Department’s exhibit on the proposed zoning changes that will be on display at the Library on the second floor, Room C. That exhibit will also be presented virtually on the city’s website here.
RSVPs are not required but would be appreciated. Please RSVP here.
To ensure the safety and comfort of our most vulnerable members who may wish to attend this presentation, we ask that all attendees wear masks while in the Library.
If you can’t attend the presentation, we encourage you to view the exhibit in the library and forward any feedback you may have to Meryl Kessler. A virtual version of the exhibit will also be available for download and we will provide you with that information when it becomes available.
*The Zoning Redesign Community Engagement Network is a group of community members, from all over the city, who have volunteered to work with city staff to help inform and engage Newton’s stakeholders on proposed zoning updates. More specifically, the Community Engagement Network is assisting with the second phase of engagement on village center zoning taking place Sept-Oct 2022, and getting feedback from its network on the proposed zoning changes.
Read here for more information on the City’s Zoning Redesign Process and Village Centers Zoning Updates.
Read a Boston Globe Article on Newton’s efforts to gather public feedback on proposed changes to Village Centers Zoning.