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Welcome to the Winter Hill discussion forum. Some members of our community are eager to have a place to post interesting news, chatter, events, or any sort of discussion related to living in the Winter Hill neighborhood of Somerville, MA. This is an outgrowth of the Winter Hill Neighborhood Association's (WHNA) outreach efforts.

Mission statement (6/16/17): The WHNA's mission is to bring together all residents of Winter Hill to protect and improve upon the things we love about our neighborhood and to have a say in its future by building unity among neighbors. 

This is modeled on the successful community forum of Davis Square: https://davis-square.dreamwidth.org/ Thanks to Ron Newman for help in learning about the features of community forums and for wise moderation advice.

We hope to collect useful information about community issues, businesses, services, and sometimes just gossip or interesting tidbits related to our neighborhood.

Other Winter Hill relevant links:
Facebook group: http://bit.ly/WHNAfacebook 
Google groups (mailing list): http://bit.ly/WHNAGoogleGroup
This forum: http://bit.ly/WHNAforum

WHNA is currently holding regular meetings on the first Wednesday of each month, 7pm, often at the St. Polycarp community room or the Mystic Activity Center. But sometimes the meeting will be held in other neighborhood locations. We'll post the current meeting details prior to each meeting. 

I am Mary Mangan, current admin, and we'll see how this goes! Feel free to offer comments, suggestions, guidance, or any other thoughts you have on how this community should evolve. Off we go!

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Hey Hillens--

I've heard about these kinds of efforts, but hadn't seen one around here. I know there are running groups that do this, and it seemed like an interesting idea to combine some fitness and some community. Anyone interested in something like this? The link is broken but I'll try to get more info.




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The City hosted a community meeting about their Winter Hill in Motion project. They are calling it a "tactical urbanism" project. You can see the slides from the presentation here.

The quick takeaways were something like this:
  • This is not a large scale street improvement project, although it will be a significant change.
  • They will not be repaving the street or working on sidewalks. Instead the bulk of the work will be with paint, plastic bollards, and signal timing.
  • The scope of the project is Broadway between Magoun Sq and McGrath Highway (in both directions). The main change will be painting Broadway to designate two lanes in each direction--one for cars (closest to the median) and one restricted to just buses and bikes. 
  • In addition to/in support of the lane designations there will be several other markings/changes including turning lanes, crosswalks, areas where the bike lane is protected from traffic
  • For the most part the parking will stay the same but there will be some spots removed and some added, with a net loss of parking.
  • In addition to the City's work, the MBTA will also be removing some bus stops and moving some others so as to space out the stops a little more evenly
  • For many more details, see the power point presentation here.
  • Sign up for the emails here. 
  • And the project page is here: www.somervillema.gov/winterhillmotion
  • Local news coverage here.


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One of the ideas we've been toying with is a kind of SomerStreets festival for Winter Hill. The other neighborhoods have them, we could too. And wouldn't it be neat to take advantage our our particular brand--the Hill!

Via Jesse Clingan's newsletter:

Winter Hill Neighborhood Association; Soap Box Derby & SomerStreets
Wednesday February 6 at 7:00PM
St. Polycarp room this time [Really, Polycarp]
 
"The Winter Hill Neighborhood Associations regular monthly meeting will be focused on exploring a Soap Box Derby down Winter Hill. The group has been discussing the  possibility of coordinating with City to host a SomerStreets (the Arts Council’s summer events that have been hosted in most neighborhoods except Winter Hill where a main street is shutdown). The WHNA recognizes the large amount of time and effort that an event of this scale would require. September was the suggested goal for the event, or possibly October . Come take part in this discussion."

Join the Hillens to discuss the idea of a wild Soap Box derby. Have a look at this one in Denmark to get an idea of the concept: https://youtu.be/aniXVSMaekY 



Of course, we'll touch on the regular other items that come up around the neighborhood, but this meeting will include a specific section on this possible festival idea. One of our members has done a deep dive on having an event of this sort and will report in to us. 

A quick other note: our next meeting has to be moved to the second Wednesday of March, so plan for March 13 at 6:30pm at the Mystic room for this event: https://whna.dreamwidth.org/36092.html

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This week's Resistat newsletter had a couple of new digital literacy classes offered--and one of them I'm involved with. We are doing a DNA literacy class with BosLab to help people understand the kinds of things you can (and can't) do with 23andme or Ancestry or other types of tests like that. Or why some people choose not to do them. 

Expand Your Digital Literacy with Free Classes
 
Through the Skill Up Somerville program, the City's Economic Development Office has awarded grants to local organizations to offer digital literacy and tech programs. Here are a few free classes coming up:
 
Somerville Media Center is offering a variety of classes into the summer on a variety of subjects including smartphone use, podcasting, and digital photography. You can find the full schedule and registration information on the Somerville Media Center website.
 
If you're interested in learning more about DNA analysis and its relationship to genealogy and health information, you can take a one-day class with BosLab on March 3, which dives into some of those issues. You can find out more and register online.
 
If you'd like to go more in-depth on DNA, BosLab is also offering a three-session genetic literacy class that begins on February 25. You can find out more and register online.

Actually, we are covering the same content in both the 1-day and the 3-session, but we thought some people might like to take it more slowly... Same material.
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Via Somerville community alert newsletter:

Volunteer for the Medical Reserve Corp: Info Meeting Thurs., Feb. 7



The Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) is a volunteer opportunity for residents to support the health and safety of our community by assisting in the City's response to emergency situations such as natural disasters, disease outbreak, chemical accidents, or bioterrorism. MRC members are provided ongoing free training, supplies, and usable skills. Trainings have included: First Aid, CPR, Mental Health First Aid, Stop the Bleed, NARCAN administration, family disaster/emergency preparation, and more. The MRC is made up of both medical and non-medical volunteers. Additional volunteer opportunities may include support at community events, vaccination clinics, or helping to open a shelter during snowstorms or heat waves.

To learn more about the MRC join us at the upcoming Somerville Public Health/ Medical Reserve Corp information and registration meeting on Feb. 7. If you can’t make the Feb. 7 information session, you can still sign up anytime at www.maresponds.org
 
When: Thursday, February 7, 6-7 p.m.
Where: Cross Street Senior Center, 165 Broadway

Contact Sara Harris, PHN at 617-625-6600 x4320 with any questions.
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Winter Hill in MotionVia email:

Winter Hill in Motion Community Meeting

Please join our transportation planning team to learn about Winter Hill in Motion – a project that will include bus lanes, bike lanes, and retimed traffic signals on Central Broadway.
 
 
Monday, February 4, 2019
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Healey School Cafeteria, 5 Meacham St

 
There will be a presentation by city staff on the work to date, followed by a discussion of the proposed plan. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions email apolinski@somervillema.gov
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Via Ben Ewen-Campen on twitter:
https://twitter.com/BenForWard3/status/1087725630362476544

An article about displacement in Somerville, and the possibility of a Tenant's Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA).

More housing alone won’t solve housing crisis

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The Winter Hill Neighborhood Association and the Mystic Tenant Association will be hosting a screening of the 1986 film "The Staircase" on Wednesday, March 13 at 6:30pm in the Activity room of the Mystic View Apartments, 530 Mystic Ave. The film documents the tenant struggle to get a staircase built up "the mountain" between the Mystic Apartments and the Healey School. 
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UPDATE: a page with the routes that are changing is now available: https://betterbus.mbta.com/proposals

But even if it doesn't have a change (indicated by the dark blue color), the route info sheet done for each one is fascinating. And they "score" the busses with values for the kind of service it offers on that route. These seem like they might be useful to know for the future too.

For example: 
89: Route 89 is moderately important route within the MBTA network (see Figure 2). On a relative scale of 0 to 10, the route rates 5.2 in terms of ridership, 3.6 in terms of transit dependent ridership, and 6.9 in terms of its value to the network (which reflects the number of people who are uniquely served, the number of jobs and other important destinations, and the number of transferring passengers). Its overall score, which gives a 70% weight to overall ridership and a 15% weight to both other measures, is 5.6. 
 
101: Route 101 has moderately high importance within the overall system (see Figure 2). On a
relative scale of 0 to 10, the route rates 5.8 in terms of ridership, 5.7 in terms of transit
dependent ridership, and 8.4 in terms of its value to the network (which reflects the
number of people who are uniquely served, the number of jobs and other important destinations, and the number of transferring passengers). Its overall score, which gives a 70% weighting to overall ridership and a 15% weight to both other measures, is 6.6.   

Someone reviewed and commented on the changes here, which I found helpful.  http://milesintransit.com/2019/01/28/guide-to-the-mbtas-better-bus-project-proposals/


A transit mailing list I'm on had an announcement of these "open house" events to talk about the bus updates of some sort. I haven't been following the project before, but you can learn more here:

https://www.mbta.com/projects/better-bus-project

And the email version of the meeting list is here, you can also see them at the project web site.

********************************

You are subscribed to Better Bus Project updates from the MBTA. We'd like to thank everyone for sharing your important feedback over the past year. We heard from more than 3,000 of you. By attending meetings, talking to us at bus stops, providing online feedback, and emailing us, you told us what's important to you:
 
•       You want more frequent and more reliable bus service.
•       You want more routes that run frequent service all day, not just during
peak hours.
•       You'd rather have a few, reliable options for your trip than many, less
reliable ones.

At the end of January, we will be sharing a package of proposals to update and modernize some existing routes. The proposals will lay the foundation for a bus network with more frequent, reliable service that provides better connectivity in Greater Boston...and we want your feedback on these proposals.

Join us at an Open House

We will be hosting a series of Open Houses over the next several weeks, starting at Boston City Hall Plaza and different bus stations around the region. Feel free to stop by any time during our open house hours.

Location        Date    Open House Times

Boston City Hall Plaza
Thursday, January 31    12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Wonderland Station
Tuesday, February 5     4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Haymarket Station
Wednesday, February 6   1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Ashmont Station
Wednesday, February 13  4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Sullivan Square Station
Tuesday, February 19    8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Forest Hills Station
Wednesday, February 27  3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Malden Center Station
Monday, March 4 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

We will also be at upcoming MBTA Community Meetings and will share the details soon.

Please visit www.mbta.com/betterbus to learn more about the project, sign up for email updates, and review project materials.

Thank you,
 
The Better Bus Project Team
 

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I have heard there is dispute about who is "Mary" of "Little Lamb" fame. But in any case, this made me laugh:

http://www.thesomervilletimes.com/archives/88943
Mary Sawyer Tyler was the object of the poem Mary Had a Little Lamb. She lived in Somerville throughout her adult life and worked at McLean Hospital, volunteered as an aide during the Civil War, and helped save Boston’s historic Old South Church from demolition. My personal rendition of the poem is “Mary Had a Little Lamb, she came from Somerville, and everywhere that Mary went, she had to climb a hill!”

I've been increasingly interested in the local history lately, and something I stumbled on recently was a great deal of Winter Hill fort information. Our hill was a great location to see what was happening in Charlestown proper and Boston during the Revolutionary War. A major and influential account of the Battle of Bunker Hill came from someone said to be perched on Winter Hill:

Elijah Hide: https://www.masshist.org/bh/broadsidep1text.html 
...When the enemy returned to Bunker's-Hill, and the Provincials to Winter's-Hill, where after intrenching and erecting batteries, they on Monday began to fire upon the Regulars on Bunker's-Hill, and on the ships and floating batteries in the harbour when the Express came away. The number of Provincials killed is between 40 and 70; 140 are wounded, of the Connecticut troops 16 were killed.---No officer among them was either killed or wounded, excepting Lieutenant Grosvenor, who was wounded in the hand. A Colonel, or Lieutenant Colonel of the New-Hampshire forces, is among the dead. It is also said that Doctor Warren is undoubtedly among the slain.
 
The Provincials lost three iron fix-pounders, some intrenching-tools, and a few knapsacks.
 
The number of Regulars which at first attacked the Provincials on Bunker's-Hill was not less than two thousand, the number of the Provincials was only fifteen hundred, who it is supposed would soon have gained a compleat victory, had it not been for the unhappy mistake already mentioned. The regulars were afterwards reinforced with a thousand men. It is uncertain how great a number of the regulars were killed or wounded; but it was supposed by the spectators, who saw the whole action, that there could not be less than four or five hundred killed. Mr. Gardner, who got out of Boston on Sunday evening, says, that there were five hundred men brought into that place the morning before he came out.
 
This account was taken from Elijah Hide, of Lebanon, who was a spectator on Winter's Hill, during the whole action....

Check out this sketch of the Winter Hill fortifications, from a powder horn of the time: https://www.masshist.org/database/3519
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WHNA Meeting Notes from 1/9/2019

We reviewed a list of possible meeting topics and events for 2019 from our December meeting. We added more to the list and then prioritized and discussed several. We then scheduled (or at least assigned some to calendar months) and one or more person volunteered to bottom line each. There were also some events or topics that were discussed but not actually scheduled. More details below.


 

Meetings/events that we discussed and scheduled:


February 6, regular monthly meeting focused on exploring a Soap Box Derby down Winter Hill. We talked about the possibility of coordinating with City to host a Summer Streets (the Arts Council’s summer events that have been hosted in most neighborhoods except Winter Hill where a main street is shutdown). Folks recognized the large amount of time and effort that an event of this scale would require. We also talked about possible ways to scale it down (side streets as opposed to Broadway, doing it on our own without the Arts Council, etc.). Folks mentioned some other possible partnerships with the schools, Parts and Crafts, Tufts and more. September was the suggested goal. All agreed that our February meeting should be used to further explore. In the meantime, Alderman Clingan has reached out to the Arts Council to see about the possibility of Winter Hill hosting a Box Car themed Summer Streets in Winter Hill. See Tim’s email with a lot more thoughts on this.


March: Screening and discussion of The Staircase.

Date not yet determined but in the place of our regular meeting we would like to host a screening of The Staircase movie followed by a discussion. The Staircase is a 1986 documentary about Mystic View Housing residents organizing to get a staircase built between the Mytstics and the Healey https://nemmc.org/2015/10/11/104/. Ian will bottom line this but if anyone is interested in helping, please contact him! 


April: Two things: 1) regular monthly meeting 2) participation in the City’s Spring Cleanup (usually the Saturday before or after Earth Day). The City provides supplies and a BBQ at Blessing of the Bay. We can try to choose a section of our neighborhood to clean up. Mary will bottomline this, but if anyone is interested in helping, please contact her.


May: Historical Walking Tour of Winter Hill. A walk to some known and lesser known historical sights, buildings, and locations in the neighborhood (for example, did you know that top of Winter Hill used to be home to a massive revolutionary fort?). Candice said she will bottom line this, but if anyone is interested in helping, please contact her.


June: City-wide neighborhood groups summit (I think we paired this to December? Might have been November?). In coordination/partnership with the many other neighborhood groups across the city, we imagine a City-wide summit where groups could share best practices, tools, goals, stories, victories, challenges, etc. 


July: Basketball tournament at the Mystics in July. Ian and Steph will continue to discuss and come up with a more formal proposal. Maybe kids vs adults? Maybe challenge other neighborhood groups? To be determined, ideas most welcome!


August: Regular meeting? No meeting? We didn’t pair an event or activity to August.


September: Soap Box Derby! Actual feasibility to be determined. But can keep open for the box cars or another hill themed outdoor event.


October: Tenant Education Workshop (goal of making this an annual event). Ellen Schactner from the City’s Office of Housing Stability was not able to come to our last one but said she’d come if we held another one. Steph said he will coordinate this and we’ll try to partner with the Mystic Tenant Association to co-host it.

November: Regular meeting? No meeting? We didn’t pair an event or activity to November


December: Regular meeting? No meeting? We didn’t pair an event or activity to December. Or end of the year celebration?


There were several other ideas that we discussed but not paired with a month or met with a commitment to pursue this year. There are open months and always next year so we will continue to develop these ideas and see where it goes.


Conversation with an urban economist. Or an urban development academic or someone from the development world that does not have a vested interest in Winter Hill but would be will to speak frankly about how developers see our neighborhood. We don’t want to limit what happens in Winter Hill to what a developer sees as feasible, but we would like to have a better understanding of how they assess the potential. Why are luxury condos or apartments the only things proposed? What are their profit margins? What are their timelines? What are the make or break factors?


Chili cook off (might be possible to roll into another event)


Some kind of event or activity that would support the businesses in the neighborhood (again, might be a part of another event).


Helping implement some aspects of the Somerville Climate Action plan. Some parts of the plan included neighbor to neighbor outreach, local resiliency and preparedness plans. 


Another meeting with City staff from the Economic Development office to talk about implementation of the Neighborhood Plan.

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I know it's last minute, but I just realized the new Somervision meeting wasn't posted here. But I also noticed this WWS (where we stand) presentation about what has transpired since 2010's plan. (It's a PDF)

http://www.somervision2040.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/01/The-Path-Since-2010-WEB-4.pdf

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SomerVision 2040 Kickoff
6 - 8 pm
Tuesday, January 15
The Armory, 191 Highland Ave

https://www.somervision2040.com/

Join the City of Somerville as we share our progress on SomerVision 2030 and our plans for creating SomerVision 2040 as a community. We encourage everyone to attend and want to hear from you!

We are also seeking to establish a SomerVision 2040 committee. We have invited representatives of local organizations but realize that even our best attempts might still miss some organizations, constituencies, and or community groups that want to participate. Please fill out this form if you wish to participate. Deadline for application submittal is January 25, 2018.

Lastly, check out our newly released document, The Path Since 2010, which captures the programs and initiatives that have been implemented since SomerVision was adopted and introduces the new plans and research that have emerged since.

Visit www.somervision2040.com to learn more, view the original plan, progress reports, and data mapping.

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 Healey Schoolyard Community Meeting, January 10


Please join the Somerville Office of Strategic Planning and Community Development and Ward 4 Alderman Jesse Clingan for a community meeting on Thursday, January 10 to discuss design plans for the Healey Schoolyard. The meeting is scheduled for 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the Healey School cafeteria at 5 Meacham St. For more information or with any questions about the project, please contact Arn Franzen at AFranzen@somervillema.gov.


Individuals with disabilities who need auxiliary aids and services for effective communication, written materials in alternative formats, or reasonable modifications in policies and procedures, in order to access the programs and activities of the City of Somerville or to attend meetings, should contact the City’s ADA Coordinator, Nency Salamoun, at 617-625-6600 x2323 or NSalamoun@somervillema.gov.

 

 

Jackie Rossetti

Deputy Director of Communications

City of Somerville

617-625-6600 ext 2614

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Local history fans: there are a couple of upcoming talks that revolve around a new book on our city's role in crafting a new nation. There are free talks coming up this week. Full details: http://historicsomerville.org/january_3rd__5th_2019_byron_delear

Quick summary
THURSDAY, JANUARY 3RD, 2019, 7PM
SOMERVILLE MUSEUM
ONE WESTWOOD ROAD, CORNER OF CENTRAL STREET

and

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5TH, 2019, 4-6PM
REMNANT BREWING IN THE NEW BOW MARKET
(ENTRANCE NEXT TO 345 SOMERVILLE AVENUE) 
 
FREE TO ALL!
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I was walking by and saw the sign. It's much better looking than the other incarnations that I've seen in that spot. At the Broadway end of Main St. 



New store open on Main St.
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WHNA Meeting Notes for December 5, 2018

Next meeting is scheduled for January 9, 2019. Location TBD. One major item will be a deeper discussion on plans for 2019.


Review of the tenant workshop.

  • Folks felt like it was a success
  • Appreciated having partnered with the Welcome Project to expand the reach of the event and information
  • Felt like the two experts from Cambridge Somerville Legal Services did a fantastic job. One feedback on format was not start with evictions. To instead start with something a little lighter or more positive and build to addressing the really negative things like evictions. 
  • Folks want to see a flow diagram for eviction proceedings since that was a somewhat complicated and detailed process that was a little hard to keep straight
  • Folks also wanted more info about addressing condo conversions
  • Hopes of making this an annual topic. Plan to host Ellen from the City of Somerville’s Office of Housing Stability in 2019 since she was not able to come this time.


FYI: City officially released the Climate Action Plan. You can read the plan here: https://www.somervillema.gov/sites/default/files/somerville-climate-forward-plan.pdf 

  • Several WHNA members participated in various working groups. There may be some opportunities for WHNA to work with the city to implement aspects of the plan, e.g. climate preparedness education, rapid response networks, neighborhood organizations to act as Climate Resilience Hubs.
We discussed the plans around Foss Park.
  • The State is putting money towards building a turf field where the current dust bowl is along with lighting and drainage. There is a strong desire to see more happen there and to have a real community process. Nothing seems final yet, but there have been a few community meetings. You can read some notes here:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/133jDMzmgCMXC1yhG38HHSuIAzfVyKDfdllGkiGEKrz8/edit?ts=5c0962ca#heading=h.qiwdyrib1a60. 
  • There is also a Foss Park google group that you can join to get email updates and be a part of the conversation. I believe you can request to join by emailing: FossParkFriends@googlegroups.com

There are also community meetings happening to get an update about the redevelopment of the Healey Schoolyard. The next meeting is happening on Thursday, December 13 at 6pm at the Healey. 


We ended with some brainstorming for 2019. We’ll revisit this in more detail at our January meeting. Some of the ideas brought up included, more active effort to include/work with/support local businesses; more community shoveling, maybe adopting bus stops?; chili cook off; annual tenant rights workshop; collaboration with East Somerville maybe via Main Streets; dedicated roles including outreach; film screening of “The Staircase” (documentary about the the fight for a safe staircase behind the Mystics); tree plantings and neighborhood clean ups; Broadway summer streets type event where the street is partially closed; and more that I didn’t catch in the notes!

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Hey Hillens: there was an article in the Globe the other day that I just caught up with. But it covered a number of issues that we should be thinking about.

Forming a more perfect Union Square, by Tim Logan. It covers the development, the tensions, the CBA, neighborhood council, and touches on the Clarendon issues too. I think it's informative about what we could face here on the hill someday. Worth reading.

That is: What is lost, and gained, as a rough-edged old city gives way? And how much room should the new make for what came before?
https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2018/12/08/toward-more-perfect-union-square/3ePMp6CNkv7NRFoh7yuPCL/story.html

If you don't have a Globe subscription, of course you can use the local library database to read the articles for free. It doesn't have the photos, but they key info is here.

https://www.minlib.net/online-resources/somerville and see the Boston Globe link. Search with the title.

I also happened to catch this commentary on twitter that is probably good research for us to have. https://twitter.com/bhbradlow/status/1072679453736747015 There's a link to the video from the meeting with the neighborhood council and the alderfolks. 



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At our monthly meeting, we were made aware of 2 important upcoming meetings.

1. December 12: Foss Park meeting, supposed to have representatives from the state Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). They currently control the park and any changes to it. It would be good to show them how serious we are about the community desires for Foss Park. East Somerville Community School. 6pm.

2.
December 13: Healey School plan related discussion, 6-8pm. We are told it's the Friends of Healey running this one, discussion about some things that need to be fixed regarding the playground area. I don't have any other info about this meeting, I'm not involved.    
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 FYI. I knew about this because Jen just happens to be in my bootcamp workout group. But I thought other folks might not know about this change of hands.

https://scoutsomerville.com/new-east-somerville-main-streets-director/

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