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Casey Arborway - Look Ahead

3-Week Look-Ahead: April 3rd to April 21st​ Through June 2017, all Orange Line train service will arrive and depart from the western side of the Forest Hills platform (towards the Arboretum). Normal two track operation will continue immediately north of the station. Throughout the period covered by this look-ahead, work will take place below ground at Forest Hills Station to install electrical components and support structures associated with the jet fans and new head-house. Likewise, over the course of all three weeks, excavation and construction will take place for the Morton Street/Orchard Hill Road wall. During the week of April 3rd, operations will concentrate on the following: Relocati

Community Meeting - Roxbury Heritage State Park Signature Park Project Update

Department of Conservation and Recreation Commonwealth of Massachusetts Highland Park Neighborhood Coalition John Eliot Square Neighborhood Association Roxbury Historical Society HIGHLAND PARK NEIGHBORHOOD COALITION COMMUNITY MEETING Roxbury Heritage State Park Signature Park Project Update Monday, April 10, 2017 – 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Hawthorne Youth and Community Center 9 Fulda Street, Roxbury, MA 02119 The Highland Park Neighborhood Coalition, in partnership with the John Eliot Square Neighborhood Association, and the Roxbury Historical Society, has invited DCR to present a progress report on the Roxbury Heritage State Park (RHSP) Signature Park Project at this meeting. The meeting wil

Malia: These Are My Legislative Priorities — Part 2

Malia: These Are My Legislative Priorities — Part 2 Over the last three months, so many of you have written, called, and emailed to express what bills need support this legislative session. In addition to the progressive legislation I authored, I selected many of my colleagues’ bills to co-sponsor because of their significance to you and because they will make Massachusetts a more fair and prosperous state. The bills outlined below form an aggressive agenda to affirm the civil rights and dignity of all Massachusetts residents and to protect our environment despite the recent federal efforts. In response to the uncertainty in Washington, two important bills we should pass this session are An

MAYOR WALSH, AAUW TO HOST 14 FREE SALARY NEGOTIATION WORKSHOPS TO MARK EQUAL PAY AWARENESS WEEK

For Immediate Release: Monday, April 3, 2017 Contact: Press Office, 617-635-4461 MAYOR WALSH, AAUW TO HOST 14 FREE SALARY NEGOTIATION WORKSHOPS TO MARK EQUAL PAY AWARENESS WEEK BOSTON - Monday, April 3, 2017 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Mayor's Office of Women's Advancement and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) today announced the launch of Boston's second "Equal Pay Awareness Week," featuring 14 free salary negotiation workshops for women who live or work in Boston. The goal of Equal Pay Awareness Week is to acknowledge the gender wage gap and its consequences, while providing the training and tools to help Boston women advocate for themselves within the workforce. Tuesday

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