Tim M.

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Supported a comment by Debra Ruder on Newton Riverside Visioning Process 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Debra Ruder
I appreciate all the hard work that went into the March 28 presentation, but I was shocked by the market context section, which sounded like an ad for Mark Development's proposal. This is supposed to be an independent visioning process. Also ... Newton Lower Falls as a gateway to the city?!? Please. An appropriately sized/scaled mixed-use development that benefits the city without causing horrible traffic is fine. But just because Riverside sits near Route 128 does not = "gateway."
Supported a comment by Rose D on Newton Riverside Visioning Process 11 months ago
Rose D
Exactly. No 14 or 18 story office towers there.
Supported a comment by Liz M on Newton Riverside Visioning Process 11 months ago
Liz M
The Woodland T stop development added needed housing and has had a minimal impact on the surrounding area. It’s size and scale fits with the surrounding neighborhood.
Supported a comment by Rose D on Newton Riverside Visioning Process 11 months ago
Rose D
and on the other side through to the Cove.
Supported a comment by Kay Khan on Newton Riverside Visioning Process 11 months ago
Kay Khan
Completion of off street bike and pedestrian access to Riverside Station from Concord Street In Newton Lower Falls along the old rail trail that begins on Washington Street in Wellesley Lower Falls.
Commented on Newton Riverside Visioning Process 11 months ago
I'm not sure why these other projects are brought up so frequently. Are they within the scope of this project, i.e. will the developer help fund them? I thought they would provide connecting paths only.