Town Council Approves Galen Street Rezoning Request From Developer Town Hall – The Town Council voted 8-1 in favor of rezoning four parcels of land on Galen Street from limited business to industrial-2. The vote took place during the council’s meeting on February 12, two weeks after it was tabled for additional discussion. The site […]
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Residents Concerned Over Proposed Rezoning on Galen Street, Town Councilor Organizes Informational Meetings Watertown Free Public Library – At the January 28 Town Council meeting, District B Town Councilor Lisa Feltner evoked a rule that delayed a vote on a zoning amendment until the following meeting. The vote would have rezoned four parcels of land […]
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New Parking Meter Technology, Price Changes Could Be Coming to Watertown Square, Coolidge Square Watertown Free Public Library – The Town of Watertown is seeking to make significant changes to the parking areas of the town’s two biggest commercial districts – Watertown Square and Coolidge Square. At a public meeting held on May 7, project […]
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Residents Want Parking Meters That Take Credit Cards in Watertown and Coolidge Square Watertown Free Public Library – The Town of Watertown held public meetings on Jan. 23 and Jan. 24 to allow residents to give feedback on parking in Watertown Square and Coolidge Square. Project leaders are looking to upgrade meter technology in both […]
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Community Celebrates Holiday Season with Tree Lighting Ceremony, Other Festive Events from Around Town WCA-TV Studio – We are lucky here in Watertown to have so many businesses and community organizations that provide fun and family-friendly holiday activities this time of year. In this feature, we’ll bring you around town to see some of the […]
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Watertown Community Holds Candlelight Vigil in Memory of Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Victims Watertown Square – Nearly 60 people gathered in Watertown Square on Tuesday, October 30 to hold a candlelight vigil in remembrance of the 11 people who were killed at the Pittsburgh Tree of Life Synagogue on October 27. The vigil was organized by […]
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Residents Give Feedback for Watertown Square Redesign Project Watertown Free Public Library – On Tuesday, July 10 residents gathered at the Watertown Free Public Library for the Watertown Square Improvements Projects Open House. The town will be redesigning Watertown Square to improve mobility and safety for all users including pedestrians, transit riders, vehicles and others. […]
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Local Author Pens Book on History, Transformation of Watertown Square WCA-TV Studio – Longtime resident Cara Marcus has published a book chronicling the unique history and vast changes that the hub of Watertown has gone through. “Watertown Square Through Time” uses photos, maps, stories, and more to explore how Watertown Square has evolved since the […]
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Watertown Veterans Commemorate 76th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Watertown Square Docks – Watertown Veterans Services Officer Mark Comeiro led a ceremony on Thursday, December 7 to honor the 76th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Representatives from the Shutt Detachment Marine Corps League and Amvets Post 41 were joined by other local veterans, community […]
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Improvements to Watertown Square and Public Safety Primary Topics at Town Council Town Hall – At the November 28 Town Council meeting, the Committee on Public Works reported on possible ways to improve Watertown Square. Check Out the Video! Produced by Sam Dudley, Videographer November 30, 2017 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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