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Redevelopment Board holds goal-setting session

The Redevelopment Board held its annual goal-setting meeting on Saturday, Sept. 11, in the Public Safety Building's meeting room and welcome a new member, Steve Revilak.

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Planning Director Jenny Raitt summarized efforts in the last year, including the net-zero and Connect Arlington transportation plans. Many current planning efforts -- on housing, open space and recreation plan, come from the town's 2015 master plan.

Members offered their own ideas, as reflected in Revilak's notes >>


Sept. 6, 2021: Redevelopment Board hears bank application, weighs Atwood House issues

This news announcement was published Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021.

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