Monthly Archives: August 2010
Thanks to a new federal grant, Somerville has another $400,000 to dole out in brownfield loans, giving developers funding to clean up property, making room for new construction. “No private developer can go it alone,” said Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone, … Continued
Touring Somerville’s future site of MaxPak Square on Monday afternoon, Gov. Deval Patrick announced a $490,000 grant to construct a bike path alongside the 199-unit residential development. The grant money will extend the Community Path from its terminus at Cedar … Continued
Somerville’s bike path plans pedal forward with Governor Patrick’s visit, $490,000 grant announcement By Andy Metzger Wicked Local Somerville Posted Aug 30, 2010 @ 07:26 PM Somerville — Touring Somerville’s future site of MaxPak Square on Monday afternoon, Gov. Deval … Continued
Check it out here.
Community Path in Somerville extending to Lowell Street 2010 August 30 by Andy Metzger The Community Path, which links up to the Minuteman Bikeway, is about to get a little bit longer. The state, which has previously said it would … Continued
Thanks to the Friends of the Mystic River, Mystic River Watershed Association, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority and the MANY volunteers! What a great event.
Dont forget to buy tix for Local Roots @ http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/124643 – Sept 11, 5-10pm, Christian McNeill, Dylan Chace, DJ Marco Andre, Mark Santoro and Redbones!
Tim Cahill on transportation funding Green Line Extension in the Cambridge Chronicle
Hey folks! Check out this SLF Blog, featuring Groundwork Somerville. The Local Movement: Starting a Revolution Aug 27 1:19 pm by Jen Lawrence Everyone is talking about green jobs now. Some people are vocally against the idea that green jobs … Continued