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Watertown officials seek to gather public input for comprehensive planning vision

Posted by Jaclyn Reiss  February 28, 2013 12:52 PM

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The Watertown Department of Community Development and Planning will hold a public meeting this week to gather residents’ input on the town’s comprehensive plan, which will outline Watertown’s future vision of the town.

The plan is the first of its kind in Watertown the past 25 years.

The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 7 at Watertown Middle School, located at 68 Waverly Ave.

At the meeting, planning officials are hoping to hear from residents about their opinions on what needs improvement in Watertown, and what they like about the town. Officials will also discuss the waterfront along the Charles River, as well as the focus of Watertown and Coolidge squares.

Residents can also offer feedback on land uses for areas like Arsenal, Galen, Mt. Auburn, Main, and Pleasant streets.

For more information contact Steve Magoon at smagoon@watertown-ma.gov, or Gideon Schreiber at gschreiber@watertown-ma.gov. Both can also be reached at 617-972-6417.

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