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Forum on open space, recreation held

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Help town set goals, objectives 

Arlington’s Open Space Committee and planning department invite residents to join a virtual community forum scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 8.

The town is updating the 2015-2022 open soace and recreation plan, which will guide town policy for open space, natural resources,and recreation issues. It will also maintain the town's eligibility for grants from Commonwealth funding programs.

Wednesday’s forum will provide the community with the opportunity to shape goals for the town’s open space and recreation areas and begin to identify priority actions to help achieve those goals.

Learn more and register here >> 


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This announcement was published Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021.

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