Department of Conservation and Recreation Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Improvements to Intersection of Lynn Fells Parkway and Melrose Street, Melrose, MA
Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_R5YpaE8RTT6HCdbnZOpktg
At this public meeting, the DCR team for this project will present high level goals, and listen to public input on existing conditions of intersection of Lynn Fells Parkway and Melrose Street in Melrose, MA, in order to inform a redesign.
To register, click on the appropriate link above or enter it into your browser, and you will be prompted to submit your name and email. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. This information cannot be shared, the participation link is unique to you. If you need assistance when registering, please contact Jennifer Norwood at email@example.com. After the presentation, the public will be invited to ask questions and provide feedback on the proposed alternatives, using Q&A functionality that will be available through the virtual participation platform.
After the meeting, the presentation will be available for viewing at https://www.mass.gov/dcr/past-public-meetings. DCR encourages the public to share additional feedback, with a deadline for receipt of comments by DCR of December 31, 2020. Comments may be submitted online at http://www.mass.gov/dcr/public-comment. Please note that the content of comments you submit to DCR, along with your name, town, and zip code, will be posted on DCR’s website. Additional contact information required when commenting, notably email address, will only be used for outreach on future updates on the subject project or property.
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Through MiM WalkBoston did a walk audit with some high school students near this spot a few years ago – here’s a link to the report. You probably were part of that!