MGNA: Medford Green Line Neighborhood Alliance

Information about our green line extension.



Month: November, 2009

MGNA to meet Monday night, Nov. 30

29 November, 2009 (22:22) | News, Community Event | By: Editor

The Medford Green Line Neighborhood Alliance will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, November 30, at the South Medford Fire Station, Zero
Medford Street.

The meeting will include an update on the Green Line extension project following the recent MassDOT presentation to the Medford City Council and public hearing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR), as well as further discussion on the important issues to address in public comments on the DEIR, which are due on January 8, 2010.

The Medford Green Line Neighborhood Alliance is a group of citizens who support the proposed Green Line extension to Medford, and who advocate for proactive involvement from the city, its residents and all stakeholders to ensure that the extension is completed in a manner that is most beneficial to the community.

All meetings are open to the public.

To learn more about the Green Line extension, visit the project website.

Maintenance facility meeting Dec. 16

29 November, 2009 (19:10) | News, Community Event | By: Editor

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting to present information and seek public input on alternatives for the siting, design and construction of a vehicle storage and maintenance facility for the Green Line Extension to Somerville and Medford that is currently being planned.

The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 16, at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center theater, 41 2nd St., Cambridge, one block from Lechmere Station.

Three sites for the maintenance/storage facility are included in the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the project, which is open for public comment until January 8, 2010.

More information on the meeting is available on this flyer.

Brickbottom Open Studios this weekend

21 November, 2009 (11:08) | News, Community Event | By: Editor

Our fellow advocates for the Green Line extension at Brickbottom in Somerville are holding open studios this weekend.

60 artists are showing at Brickbottom and, just two blocks away, more than 50 artists will be open at the Joy Street Studios.

Hours are noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Get a jump on your holiday shopping and support our friends and local artists!

 Go here for a map and list of artists.