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Watertown planning officials push back comprehensive plan meeting due to weather

Posted by Jaclyn Reiss  March 6, 2013 03:55 PM

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Watertown planning officials have pushed tomorrow’s meeting on the town’s comprehensive plan back two weeks due to the snowy weather expected in the region.

The meeting, which was scheduled for tomorrow at 7 p.m., has been moved to Thursday, March 21 at the same time at Watertown Middle School.

The department sent out an email blast to notify residents of the change.

“We wanted to ensure that weather would not be a barrier to community participation so please spread the word about the rescheduled event and we hope to see you in two weeks,” said the email.

Officials want to seek resident feedback for the plan, which is the first of its kind in town in 25 years.

Planners want to know locals’ opinions on what needs improvement in Watertown, and what they like about town. Officials will also discus the waterfront along Charles River, and both 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, planning director, 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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