Newton’s schools are in session, but learning is different during the week that would have been the district’s February vacation.
Public Buildings Commissioner Josh Morse presented plans amounting to $265.5 million to the Newton Public Utilities Committee Wednesday.
Mayor Fuller expressed her confidence in the city’s future despite recent challenges in her State of the City address.
Newton’s Zoning and Planning Committee discussed amendments to zoning laws to enhance the preservation of existing homes on Thursday night.
Newton’s City Council and School Committee discussed budgeting and a new communication platform for parents in a joint meeting Monday night.
Public Safety and Transportation Committee Discusses Resident Appeals Against No-Parking Zone, Bicycle Only Access
Newton’s Public Safety and Transportation Committee (PST) addressed Newton residents’ appeals to get rid of a no-parking zone along Farwell Street and an appeal to restrict access to Centre Street to only bicycles.
Newton City Council unanimously voted to allocate over $11 million in available funding to improving city infrastructure and Newton Public Schools at its meeting Monday night.
The PEC hosted a community forum Tuesday to discuss the NPS budget. Ward 5 Councilor Bill Humphrey joined to take questions.
Newton’s Zoning and Planning Committee Discusses Funds for Local Restoration of Second Church in Newton
The Zoning and Planning Committee approved funding to the Community Preservation Committee to restore the Second Church in Newton.