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  • Forum Post: Discussions

    Posted 05/16/2012 11:52:47 EDT

    I'm still here.  Maybe this a good sign.  This forum is most active when we have something to gripe about.  Perhaps Christenson is doing a good job (just checked out patch.com and some people were pra more »

  • Forum Post: A new vision for Malden Center

    Posted 02/18/2012 09:40:09 EST

    @poppymal I'm not sure how your last post address my counter arguments.... @posts after him  Okay... I can admit the last news is probably a step in the wrong direction.  Zoning for more apartments an more »

  • Forum Post: A new vision for Malden Center

    Posted 02/14/2012 04:01:57 EST

    In Response to Re: A new vision for Malden Center: [QUOTE]Density has ruined so much.  [/QUOTE]   Okay. Let's look at your reasoning. [QUOTE]Reason for the condos: the residents will live, eat and sho more »

  • Forum Post: New baseball stadium

    Posted 02/14/2012 03:38:07 EST

    If you missed me saying this. [QUOTE]...That Fenway Park is only a few miles away, by T, it's about ~40 minutes (the Green Line is slow), but only 10 minutes to North Station. Basically, with Fenway s more »

  • Forum Post: New baseball stadium

    Posted 02/12/2012 09:59:35 EST

    Oh and one more thing.  The Target is "nice" as my memory says it was a swamp before.  But it's a strip mall.  I don't see why is that such a big deal.  The Wellington thing is something worthy of pra more »

  • Forum Post: New baseball stadium

    Posted 02/12/2012 09:54:11 EST

    In Response to Re: New baseball stadium: [QUOTE]AnnieO: You are right on point. The developer of this stadium only cares about what this ballpark business will do for his bottomline, and could care le more »

  • Forum Post: New baseball stadium

    Posted 02/11/2012 10:21:13 EST

    In Response to Re: New baseball stadium: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: New baseball stadium : What about the rest of the week?  You see "life" on Fridays and Saturday nights going into the pubs, that's ab more »

  • Forum Post: A new vision for Malden Center

    Posted 02/09/2012 02:34:51 EST

    I'm sorry. What's wrong with Medford? Yes, what's wrong with it?  Medford Square actually feels like a square.  There's actually a number of nice shops instead of vast parking lots, condos, and dollar more »

  • Forum Post: New baseball stadium

    Posted 02/09/2012 01:42:33 EST

    A ballpark is not neccesserially suburban.  Fenway Park, ironically for this argument, is an example how a ballpark can fit into an urban environment.  Therefore a ballpark can fit into Malden - assum more »

  • Forum Post: New baseball stadium

    Posted 02/09/2012 02:14:36 EST

    The ballpark could be our anchor store.  Though we also need the stores to be around so it can be patronized. A mix of restaurants, bars, and shops can help knit the gulf between Plesant St. and the b more »

  • Forum Post: A new vision for Malden Center

    Posted 02/09/2012 01:48:07 EST

    Density is not the cause of our decline.  To my knowledge Medford is fine. The others may support your point, but then I can point out the increasing density of Quincy, Cambridge, and Sommerville have more »

  • Forum Post: Enough of sober houses in Malden!

    Posted 09/26/2011 06:31:20 EDT

    I want to give a few thoughts.  I like rail and subways.  I enjoy reading and speculating the future of Boston and transportation on Archboston (forum talking about local construction news).  I'm of t more »

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