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Support for S.1376 ‘An Act relative to automated enforcement’

Support for S.1376 ‘An Act relative to automated enforcement’

October 22, 2019 Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security Michael O. Moore, Senate Chair State House, Room 109-B Boston, MA 02133 Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security Harold P. Naughton, Jr., House Chair State House, Room 167 Boston, MA 02133 Re: Support for S.1376 ‘An Act relative to automated enforcement’ Dear …

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Walking the Western Avenue Corridor in Allston

Walking the Western Avenue Corridor in Allston

WalkBoston joined Allston residents, Harvard staff and others on a BPDA-led walk along the Western Avenue corridor in Allston on a sunny, chilly Saturday morning. BPDA described the many different development proposals and site characteristics on Western Avenue that will be considered as they work with their consultant to revise zoning along this corridor. BPDA …

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PRESS ADVISORY: WALKBOSTON RECOGNIZES WENDY LANDMAN’S 15 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP

PRESS ADVISORY: WALKBOSTON RECOGNIZES WENDY LANDMAN’S 15 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:  Brendan Kearney at 617-960-6037 or bkearney@walkboston.org WALKBOSTON RECOGNIZES WENDY LANDMAN’S 15 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP $120,000 raised toward future statewide pedestrian advocacy efforts in advance of this evening’s “Walk With Us” celebration BOSTON: October 2, 2019 — Tonight, WalkBoston will honor Executive Director Wendy Landman’s 15 inspiring years of leadership, and welcome …

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