Town Moves Forward in Effort to Update Outdated Noise Ordinance Town Hall – The Committee on Human Services and the Committee on Rules and Ordinances held a joint meeting on February 13 to continue discussions about updating the town’s outdated noise ordinance. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer February 14, 2019 […]
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School Building Committee Weighs Pros and Cons of Construction Manager at Risk Town Hall – The massive project of renovating and rebuilding Watertown’s three elementary schools is continuing to move forward. At the February 6 School Building Committee meeting, the major action item was debating a construction manager at risk. A massive project like this […]
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Planning Board Hears Petition to Turn an Office Space into Apartments, Neighbors Displeased Town Hall – At the February 13 Planning Board meeting, members heard a case for 195 Mt. AUburn street. The petitioner wants to convert an office space into two residential apartments. A lengthy discussion was held with some neighbors voicing their displeasure. […]
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Sports Report: Girls Hockey Faces a Tough Test and Wrestlers Qualify for State Tournament WCA-TV Studio – February 14 marks a very important date in the romantic life of many americans, but its four Watertown Raiders wrestlers who secured dates to the state tournament this week with their strong showing at the Division 3 central […]
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Arsenal Yards Developers Reveal Plans for Life-Science Building Arsenal Yards – The first amenities to the new Arsenal Yards development are beginning to take shape, but there are still pieces of the project that have yet to be finalized. In a few months the a parking garage will be completed, and a movie theater and […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball Victorious in a Pair of Close Games WCA-TV Studio – Despite the recent delightful weather, we’re right in the middle of winter and basketball is in full swing. The boys team would welcome Fenway and Melrose in back-to-back home games. It was an amazing battle between two dominant point guards. The […]
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Committee on Public Works Approves Regulations for Cell Antennas Town Hall – The Committee on Public Works continued discussions about a petition for ExteNet and AT&T to construct small 5G cellular antennas on Arsenal Street, Coolidge Avenue, and Palfrey Street. Committee Chair Vincent Piccirilli presented a number of conditions for the grant of location including […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball and Boys Hockey Earn Big Wins WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School winter sports season has passed the halfway point, and this week the Raiders basketball team and boys hockey team each earned hard-fought wins. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Assistant Director Ashley […]
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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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Town Council Refers Zoning Amendment to Planning Board, Approves Trust Fund to Help Town in the Long-Term Town Hall – At the Jan. 22 Town Council meetings, Councilors held a first reading and referral to the planning Board of a zoning amendment to clear up rules and regulations for accessory structures located on private property, […]
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