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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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RightSizeRiverside Aug 14
Replying to @sarahcpr
Masshole
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RightSizeRiverside Aug 12
How is one developer "allowed" to transform so much of one city. And the designs all look exactly the same - cookie-cutter
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RightSizeRiverside Aug 7
Traffic backed up on Grove heading towards Riverside due to D-line derailment. Is this transit oriented?
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Mark Garfinkel Aug 7
I am at a derailment at the ’s Riverside station. Commuters are waiting for shuttle buses after a Green Line D branch train derailed in Newton. Only one passenger was aboard the train and no injuries were reported. Stay with for updates. Photo by
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RightSizeRiverside Aug 7
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RightSizeRiverside Aug 2
Replying to @RiversideSize
Kudos to Dedham for hiring a consultant to look at the impact of mixed-use developments in that community. Has Newton considered doing the same?
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RightSizeRiverside Aug 2
Too much, too fast? Towns hit ‘pause’ on big projects
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 22
Newton Election Calendar 2019: What To Know About Election Season
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 17
What a great turnout as last night's Referendum Petition training at . Interesting that Korff's PR person showed up! A videotape of the training will be available for more trainings/refreshers in the future. The enthusiasm was palpable
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 12
Letter: Green Line's impact on Riverside
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Tim Logan Jul 10
As new development sprouts along the already-crowded T, the state is starting to push builders to pitch in and fund additional service...
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 10
Referendum Petition Training 7/16 from 7-830pm Auburndale Library. Learn how to organize a referendum and collect required signatures. Training provided by Jim Fleming BU law professor and expert on best way to conduct a signature drive. Free.
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 9
A running list most affordable, expensive cities for renters
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 8
Though Mark Development had agreed to a provision in the special permit that banned leasing to a bank in the Washington St development, they are now asking the City Council to allow it.
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 3
Our committee is contacting to ensure the correct renderings are portrayed
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 3
Its come to our attention that the photos provided by Mark Development were intentional to portray the development will be a blip on the radar. He's playing the press.
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 2
Letter: Slow down on Riverside
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 1
"If we can't have a reliable T system then we're never going to solve the traffic problem," said Downs Newton riders: MBTA fares unfair
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 1
Replying to @brendankeegan
Mayor Fuller: "The scale of our villages (we are not and should not be Brookline or Boston) and the lack of a full range of stores in walking distance from most of our village centers will continue to make most Newtonians car owners"
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RightSizeRiverside Jul 1
Replying to @brendankeegan
Mayor Fuller supports village character (read her campaign site): "Let’s preserve the character of our residential areas. I support mixed-use, transit-oriented development that is appropriately scaled and designed for that individual village’s context"
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