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CITY OF BOSTON REMINDS RESIDENTS OF MARIJUANA REGULATIONS IN ADVANCE OF DECEMBER 15 LEGALIZATION

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, December 14, 2016 Contact: Press Office, 617-635-4461 CITY OF BOSTON REMINDS RESIDENTS OF MARIJUANA REGULATIONS IN ADVANCE OF DECEMBER 15 LEGALIZATION BOSTON - Wednesday, December 14, 2016 - On Thursday, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts will recognize marijuana as a legal substance for adults 21 and over, and the City of Boston reminds residents of the following rules and standards that are to be enacted with the new law: Possession of Marijuana Adults may carry up to one ounce of marijuana in public. Five grams of that may be a marijuana concentrate. Adults cannot have more than ten ounces of marijuana in their residence. Growing Marijuana Each resident in

Massachusetts Department of Transportation Casey Arborway Update: 2-Week Look-Ahead: December 3th to

Throughout the period covered by this look-ahead, work will take place below ground at Forest Hills Station. During all three weeks, electric components associated with the jet fans and the jet fans themselves will be installed. To facilitate this work, one side of the Forest Hills platform is shut down. This condition will continue through December, 2016. The MBTA has a protocol in place to ensure that this temporary condition, which the agency has used elsewhere in its system, does not impact service. Taking this approach allows work to proceed without resort to weekend or late night bus substitutions. Also during the three weeks covered by this look ahead, work will take place on the 48-i

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