Families Organizing for Racial Justice, FORJ, is proud to endorse the Yes for Newton’s Future campaign in support of the Northland project. The promotion of diversity, equity and inclusion [...]
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I want to thank the Globe for its comprehensive editorial in favor of the Newton Northland project (“With a ‘yes’ vote on March 3, Newton can pave the way [...]
The Globe editorial “Let towns solve the Mass. housing shortage” (Feb. 18) speaks directly to our current, controversial Newton housing story. The Northland project, previously approved by the Newton City [...]
The following is an excerpt from a Boston Globe editorial endorsing the Northland project. America’s wealthy suburbs need to change. They need to allow more affordable housing, so that [...]
While Newton residents get ready to vote on March 3 whether to reverse their city councilors’ approval of a large development along traffic-clogged Needham Street, the Baker administration this [...]
Endorsement by Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller I will vote “yes” on Tuesday, March 3 to uphold the zoning approved overwhelmingly by Newton’s City Council and allow the Northland project [...]
Bike Newton's Endorsement Letter Bike Newton’s mission is to make biking in Newton safer and promote bicycling as a viable mode of transportation. The Bike Newton steering committee has [...]
By Elizabeth Nahar I support the Northland project because I love Newton. I believe that the city needs to continue to find ways to diversify its housing stock and retail [...]
By Alison M. Leary The Northland development is a tremendous opportunity to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and transform what is now a 22-acre desert of broken pavement and decaying [...]
On March 3, vote yes. Ask for the special ballot. Support Northland . At a meeting the other night I heard an anti-Northlander say they just want to “pause [...]