Board of Surveyors Hearing–Postponed
The Board of Surveyors will hold their hearing of the proposed road adjacent to Habitat at 178 Marsh Street. Homer Art Gallery, Town Hall, 19 Moore Street, Belmont. NOTE: The September 19 meeting has been postponed to a future date. The town engineer is asking the applicant to first apply for a hearing before the Belmont Conservation Commission to resolve any wetland issues. We will update this post when we have more information.
350 Mass Cambridge Node Meeting, Tuesday, September 20, 6:30–8:30 PM
Join discussions with a grassroots climate network in Massachusetts. Newcomers welcome. First Church Cambridge, 11 Garden Street, Cambridge.
Community Path Introductory Kick-Off Public Meeting, Wednesday, September 21, 6 PM to 9 PM
Introductory Kick-Off Public Meeting Community Path Implementation Advisory Committee
Community Preservation Committee, Public Information Meeting, Tuesday, September 20
The Arlington Community Preservation Committee will hold a Public Information Meeting for those who want to learn more about projects eligible for Community Preservation Act funds and the application process. A draft of the Community Preservation Plan will be presented. The deadline for preliminary applications is October 7th. See the Committee web page for more information. Town Hall, Charles Lyons Hearing Room, 2nd Floor, 730 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington.
Boston Green Drinks Happy Hour, Tuesday, September 27, 2016, 6–8 PM
Join the conversation with sustainability professionals and hobbyists. Build your connection with our green community of sustainably-minded Bostonians. Green Drinks provides a forum for exchange of sustainability career resources, and serves as a central point of information about emerging green issues. We support the exchange of ideas and resources about sustainable energy, environment, food, health, and education. Scholars Pub, 25 School St., Boston.
8th Massachusetts Green Careers Conference, Thursday, September 29, 8 AM–4 PM
Meet employers, green-career-ready candidates, experts, and learners dedicated to clean energy and sustainability all in one place. Enjoy presenters, exhibitors, coaches, and an industry summit. The venue is a walkable two blocks from the commuter rail station. Register: masscec.com/events Contact JenBoudrie@gmail.com DCU Center, 50 Foster St, Worcester.
Cycle to the Source 2016, Saturday, October 1, 8 AM–4 PM
Join Cambridge Water Department staff and Urban Adventours for Cycle to the Source, a guided bike tour of the Cambridge watershed. It starts at the purification facility at 250 Fresh Pond Parkway and visits the watershed lands and reservoirs in Lincoln, Lexington, Weston, and Waltham. Please note, this is for adults only. Advanced registration is required: http://bit.do/cycletothesource2016. For more information, visit https://www.cambridgema.gov/Water/Programs/watershedbiketour/cycletothesource2016 Walter J. Sullivan Water Treatment Facility, 250 Fresh Pond Pkwy, Cambridge.
Sustainable Belmont Meeting, Wednesday, October 5 and November 2, 7–8:30 PM
Come to Sustainable Belmont’s regular monthly meeting to learn about their work. Info: www.sustainablebelmont.net. Assembly Room, Belmont Public Library, Concord Avenue, Belmont.
Green Cambridge Monthly Meeting, Thursday, October 6, 6:30–8:30 PM
Eastern Bank Community Room, Harvard Square, 1 Brattle Square, Cambridge.
Sustainable Water Management Initiative Mitigation Workshop, Wednesday, October 26, 8:30 AM–2PM The new SWMI Water Management Act permits are starting to trickle out, and we want you to be ready to work with your communities and state regulators to make sure rivers are protected. Sue Beede and a team of experts will help you navigate the new permit process and provide guidance on how and when you should engage with this permitting program. Learn more at massriversalliance.org. Westborough Fish and Wildlife HQ, 1 Rabbit Hill Road, Westborough.
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