Road construction on Boston Avenue in Medford beginning Tuesday, April 25 may cause traffic delays in the Tufts University vicinity. The paving will occur on the stretch of road between College Avenue and Dearborn Road. In coordination with the City of Medford, milling of this section of Boston Avenue is scheduled to occur on Tuesday, April 25, and paving will occur on Friday, April 28. The project will entail the removal of the temporary raised pedestrian crossing on Boston Avenue. This schedule is weather-dependent and subject to change. The Medford Police Department will be on site to direct traffic. If
Norway Maple A sure sign that “Spring has sprung” here in Medford is the welcome appearance of the bright yellow-green flowers of Norway maple trees (‘Acer platanoides’). Maple trees have FLOWERS?, you may ask. Yes, indeed, maple trees have flowers, although you have to look closely at maples to see and appreciate their flowers which emerge in spring, before their leaves appear in May. With Norway maples, flowers are tiny, with a daisy-like arrangement of five petals, in dense clusters. Flowers are bright yellow-green, which in my view is perfectly matched to a Crayola crayon color introduced in 1972, called
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The City of Medford Traffic Commission is working with the firm of Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates Inc. to address the concerns and needs of residents in neighborhoods with high parking demand. As part of this effort, the City will be revising the residential on-street parking permit program. On February 16, 2017, the Commission held a public workshop where best practices and similar programs were discussed and direct input was received from residents about specific concerns on Medford Streets. The City’s goal is to be as practical, actionable and cost effective as possible, while accounting for the diverse needs of the community.
PUBLIC NOTICE License Commission of the City of Medford The City of Medford License Commission will hold a Public Meeting on Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at 1:00 P.M., Room 207, Medford City Hall, 85 George P. Hassett Drive, Medford, MA 02155. For information and/or accommodations, please call (781) 393-2408. AGENDA Application for an Entertainment License by Bertucci’s, 155 Otis St. Northborough, MA 01532 and; Application for an Entertainment License by Qdoba Restaurant Corp., 523 Fellsway Medford, MA 02155 Application for an Entertainment License by Margaritas, 75 Station Landing, Medford MA 02155 Application for a Change of Manager for Medford Hyatt
Meeting Agenda Tuesday, April 18, 2017 6:30 – 8:30pm Medford City Hall, Room 201 Welcome and Introductions Approval of meeting minutes for March 29, 2017 Planning for Community Grantee Reception and Community Input Process Public Art Strategy for the Medford Arts Council
Monday, April 24, 2017, 7:00 pm The City of Medford, Board of Appeals, will hold a Public Hearing in Room 201, Medford City Hall, on Monday, April 24 (continued from March 8) after 7:00 p.m., on a petition of HHC One Salem LLC to construct a four story (now a three story) multiple dwelling at 236-240 Salem Street consisting of twenty-one (21) residential dwelling units in an Apartment One (APT-1) Zoning District – Not Allowed – Section 94-148 (d) – Table of Use Regulation Item #19, with insufficient: Lot Area, Depth, Usable Area, Front, Side, and Rear Yard Setbacks –