Apr 13

Streetlight Pilot Survey Available by cityadm...

Streetlight Pilot Survey Available by cityadmin The City of Medford is in the process of upgrading all 4,500 cobrahead City owned streetlights to LED. The upgrade will save money, reduce our environmental impact by reducing energy usage, and cut maintenance costs. The City has received grants from the DOER and MAPC to help offset the costs of the upgrade, and will receive incentives from National Grid as well. In upgrading, we want the community’s input so that we select the proper lighting. Sample lights have been installed in West Medford on High Street, Playstead Road, Warren Street and Irving Street. Please provide your feedback on the lights, their intensities, color temperatures, and styles. Please take a few minutes to look at the lights, after dark, and fill out the survey here: http://bit.ly/MedfordLights (there is a map to show you where the sample LED lights are installed) Questions can be directed to Alicia Hunt, Director of Energy & Environment, 781-393-2137, ahunt@medford-ma.gov.

    City of Medford Street Lights Survey
    The City of Medford will be converting all city-owned streetlights to LED lights. This conversion will reduce our energy and maintenance costs. Additionally, it will provide consistent lighting throughout town. As members of the community, we are seeking your input. A map has been provided which identifies 18 LED fixtures from three manufacturers.
    http://docs.google.com

Apr 13

Medford Streetlight Pilot Survey Available

The City of Medford is in the process of upgrading all 4,500 cobrahead City owned streetlights to LED. The upgrade will save money, reduce our environmental impact by reducing energy usage, and cut maintenance costs. The City has received grants from the DOER and MAPC to help offset the costs of the upgrade, and will receive incentives from National Grid as well.

In upgrading, we want the community’s input so that we select the proper lighting. Sample lights have been...

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The City of Medford is in the process of upgrading all 4,500 cobrahead City owned streetlights to LED. The upgrade will save money, reduce our environmental impact by reducing energy usage, and cut maintenance costs. The City has received grants from the DOER and MAPC to help offset the costs of the upgrade, and will receive incentives from National Grid as well.

In upgrading, we want the community’s input so that we select the proper lighting. Sample lights have been installed in West Medford on High Street, Playstead Road, Warren Street and Irving Street. Please provide your feedback on the lights, their intensities, color temperatures, and styles.

Please take a few minutes to look at the lights, after dark, and fill out the survey here: http://bit.ly/MedfordLights (there is a map to show you where the sample LED lights are installed)

Questions can be directed to Alicia Hunt, Director of Energy & Environment, 781-393-2137, ahunt@medford-ma.gov.

    City of Medford Street Lights Survey
    The City of Medford will be converting all city-owned streetlights to LED lights. This conversion will reduce our energy and maintenance costs. Additionally, it will provide consistent lighting throughout town. As members of the community, we are seeking your input. A map has been provided which identifies 18 LED fixtures from three manufacturers.
    http://docs.google.com

Apr 12

Streetlight Pilot Survey Available The City ...

Streetlight Pilot Survey Available The City of Medford is in the process of upgrading all 4,500 cobrahead City owned streetlights to LED. The upgrade will save money, reduce our environmental impact by reducing energy usage, and cut maintenance costs. The City has received grants from the DOER and MAPC to help offset the costs of the upgrade, and will receive incentives from National Grid as well. In upgrading, we want the community’s input so that we select the proper lighting. Sample lights have been installed in West Medford on High Street, Playstead Road, Warren Street and Irving Street. Please provide your feedback on the lights, their intensities, color temperatures, and styles. Please take a few minutes to look at the lights, after dark, and fill out the survey here: http://bit.ly/MedfordLights (there is a map to show you where the sample LED lights are installed) Questions can be directed to Alicia Hunt, Director of Energy & Environment, 781-393-2137, ahunt@medford-ma.gov.

    City of Medford Street Lights Survey
    The City of Medford will be converting all city-owned streetlights to LED lights. This conversion will reduce our energy and maintenance costs. Additionally, it will provide consistent lighting throughout town. As members of the community, we are seeking your input. A map has been provided which identifies 18 LED fixtures from three manufacturers.
    http://docs.google.com

Apr 12

Medford looks to change zoning as housing demand increases

Project location: 7 Canal St.

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Project Address: 179-185 Park St.

Project Address: 16-22 High St.

Project address: 3780 Mystic Valley Parkway

Project address: 42 Alfred St., Medford, and 563 and 565 Broadway in Somerville

Project address: 1 Saint Clare Road

Project address: 1 Cabot Road, Lot #1

Project address: 320 Middlesex Avenue

Project address: 61 Locust St.

Project address: 1025 Fellsway

Project address: 244 Central Avenue

Description: The petitioner, 224 Central Avenue LLC, sought to demolish an existing commercial building and construct a four-story, eight-unit residential building. The building was in disrepair, suffering from damage on the right-hand side due to a previous motor vehicle crash into the building.

Project address: 236-240 Salem St., 4-6 Court St., 17 Everett St.

Project address: 236-240 Salem St., 4-6 Court St., 17 Everett St.

Project address: 236-240 Salem St., 4-6 Court St., 17 Everett St.

Project address: 87 Medford St., Medford and 519 Broadway, Somerville

    Medford looks to change zoning as housing demand increases
    The city has seen an uptick in large-scale residential development projects in recent years. Fourteen developments have gone before the Zoning Board of Appeals for site plan review since 2009, all of them residential or mixed-use projects containing some residential units. Of those projects, 13 were approved, and one was rejected by the board.
    http://medford.wickedlocal.com

Mar 08

Mar 06

Medford Police logs, Feb. 19 - March 3

6:44 p.m.; Canal Street and High Street – A motor vehicle accident was reported.

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12:31 p.m.; Hurlcroft Avenue and Wicklow Avenue – A tree down was serviced.

2:14 p.m.; Harvard Street and Mystic Avenue – A tree down was serviced.

    Medford Police logs, Feb. 19 - March 3
    The following is a selection from the Medford Police logs, Feb. 19 - March 3.Feb. 198:34 a.m.; Hume Avenue - A breaking and entering of a motor vehicle was reported.9:30 a.m.; Salem Street - A breaking and entering from overnight was reported at United Check Cashing.3:46 p.m.; Lewis Street - A hit and run was reported.7:35 p.m.; Ship Avenue - Illegal dumping was reported.Feb.
    http://medford.wickedlocal.com

Feb 22

Around the region

...Yoga class meets on Wednesday mornings from 10 to 11:15 a.m. at Sanctuary, 458 High St. For information and registration: 781-488-7664; http://www.yogawithjudyscribner.com. Advance registration for all...

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...Almost, Maine”: 8 p.m., American Legion Post 210, 44 Taylor St., Saugus. Tickets purchased at the door cost $20 for adults and $18 for seniors, students...

Family and Children’s Concert Series: Tufts Jazz Orchestra: 1 p.m., Granoff Music Center, 20 Talbot Ave., Somerville. Free. For information: http://www.as.tufts.edu. Tufts Jazz Orchestra will present a...

...Rising Seas — The Plum Island Story”: 7 p.m. Feb. 27, Reading Public Library, 64 Middlesex Ave. Free. For information: http://www.readingpl.org. Sponsors are the Friends of the Reading Public...

...with Youth and Nature: 3:30-4:40 p.m. every Tuesday, Saugus Public Library, 295 Central St. Join to plant, care for and taste items from the garden. Participants will grow flowers...

...classes meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the West Medford Community Center, 111 Arlington St. Tuesday and Wednesday evening and Saturday morning classes meet at Judy’s home studio. A...

...class at 7 p.m. Classes take place at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Wakefield, 326 Main St. For information: http://dorotheaoregan.com...

“Not Your Father’s Improv”: This improvisation group meets from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays at Unity Somerville, 6 William St. A donation of $5 to the Unity Church per session is required.

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