The state’s conservation and recreation department will unveil plans next week to repair a historic stone wall along Chestnut Hill Avenue in Brighton.
The project’s proposed design will be presented for public feedback during a meeting scheduled for 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30 at the community room of the Waterworks Museum on Beacon Street.
The state Department of Conservation and Recreation said in an announcement that it will hold a second public meeting on the project, to present final design and construction plans, in the spring.
The project is expected to be completed in the summer, officials said. The wall runs along Chestnut Hill Avenue, between Commonwealth Avenue and Beacon Street, near the Chestnut Hill Reservoir property.
The upcoming meeting’s presentation will be available afterward here.
Anyone with questions about the meeting should call 617-626-4974 or email DCR.Updates@state.ma.us.
E-mail Matt Rocheleau at email@example.com.
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