May 23, 2013

Review notes from April 25, 2013 meeting
 
Remarks from our Aldermen
 
Remarks from Ana Gonzales – City Neighborhood Council Representative
 
Discussion of Rt. 128 – Rt. 9 issue
  • Timeline, including response to letter sent to Mayor Warren on April 23.
 
Discussion about Waban Properties (including possible use changes)
  • Possible reuse of Hospice of Good Shepherd Property
  • Possible Reuse of St. Philip Neri Property
  • Possible extra use of Waban Library Center as Polling Place in lieu of Angier, Zervas or Hyde Schools (Need for ADA compliant facilities)
 
Establish Standing Committees
      Communications (Website Development and Updating _Chris Pitts; Publicity and Notices; Newsletter)
      Infrastructure (Waban issues relating to traffic, roads, sewer, drainage, etc.) – Maureen Reilly-Meagher
      Development (business, new land use suggestions, preservation) – Rena Getz; Isabelle Albeck
      School Information- Angier (rebuilding); Zervas (renovation); Brown Jr. High; Newton South - Deena David
      DCR and Waban Area Council partnership to attend to Parkway concerns – Maureen Reilly-Meagher
      Waban merchant issues - 
 
Update on Signatures and Petitions
      What happens now that the Area Council signatures are collected?
 
Waban Improvement Society Updates   
       Village Day – Sunday, May 19 – Report
 
New Business
Adjourn
 
Next Meeting: Thursday, June 27, 2013 at 7:30pm, Waban Library Center
Meeting Date: 
Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 9:15pm

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If you abut the Sudbury aqueduct (map on the link above), or walk it, please send us an email  saying that you support the trails! 

 

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