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The Belmont Citizens Forum is a community organization that strives to maintain the small-town atmosphere of Belmont, Massachusetts, by preserving its natural and historical resources, limiting traffic growth, and enhancing pedestrian safety. We accomplish this goal by keeping residents informed about planning and zoning issues, by participating actively in public hearings, and by organizing forums on key subjects.
Our bimonthly newsletter provides in-depth coverage of local and regional issues, including environmental protection, historic preservation, economic development, transportation and pedestrian safety, and town planning and zoning.
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Belmont Citizens Forum
P.O. Box 609
Belmont, MA 02478
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