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RightSizeRiverside
We represent the Newton Lower Falls community and its views on the Riverside development. Our goals: educate, investigate, advocate, and coordinate.
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Ian Lamont 藍毅恩 Jun 13
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The Boston Globe Jun 12
Editorial: The Achilles heel of Governor Charlie Baker's potential bid for a third term: the .
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 13
Column: Riverside zoning sparks vocal turnout
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 12
Nobody here is using urban in a derogatory manner. Let's move on.
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 12
Does the Mayor get a free pass from your slander? Mayor Fuller had "strong voice" to REDUCE the size of affordable housing and preserve scale for a project in Newton (cited from her campaign site)
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 12
Do you work for Robert Korff the developer?
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 12
Read our zoning amendment and the 5 letters supporting a better Riverside plan in today's TAB. Educate yourself.
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LOL MBTA Jun 12
RT : Federal records show that 's is among nation’s worst for derailments.
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 11
Slander is unbecoming for Newton, or any other city and town. Quit trolling
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Mayor Marty Walsh Jun 11
This week's derailments are unacceptable. We need answers, solutions & more funding, and we need it now. It is imperative that we have a public transportation system for Boston residents and surrounding communities that is safe and reliable.
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Alyssa Alsheimer Jun 11
Train derailments are now announced with the same level of concern as signal failures on the .
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 11
Replying to @bryanbarash
Does Newton seriously need another bank?
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Newton Patch Jun 11
Red Line Train Goes Off Tracks; Second MBTA Derailment In 4 Days
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 10
How Dense is Too Dense? Hear members of discuss housing on WGBH radio
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 9
Our thoughts are with the injured from yesterday's unfortunate D-line accident. How can our elected officials believe that adding hundreds of new riders to the D-line is realistic when it is riddled with problems.
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 9
We are saddened to hear about yesterday's terrible D-line derailment
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 6
THANK YOU to everyone who came out to support RightSizeRiverside on Monday night. You were all awesome. We were united and strong. We packed the room and the vast majority spoke in favor of the Riverside Committee’s amendments.
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 5
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 5
Speakers like those from Green Newton, who said the availability of public transportation would largely mitigate the project’s impact on traffic, were heavily engaged in Magical Thinking
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RightSizeRiverside Jun 5
What we heard last night: The Transportation Adjacent Development (TAD)moniker made sense. It’s the proximity to major highways, not the unreliable T, that has attracted developers.
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