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July meeting notes

  • We met in the VNA 1st floor private dining room on July 25 from 7 to 9 PM
  • Attending: Ellin Reisner, Gabriel Distler, Karen Molloy, Wig Zamore, Rachel Fichtenbaum

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  • Artbeat was great! STEP got a lot of visitors, there was a big crowd around the McGrath table, and lots of people went to the Path table as well. The Friends had people write a note in support of the Path. We all had a great location! Thanks to everyone who volunteered.
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STEP at ArtBeat 2016!

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Thanks to all who dropped by the STEP booth yesterday. It’s clear that Somerville is packed with people who support the Green Line! Keep reading for more photos.

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June meeting notes

STEP Meeting Notes ~ June 6, 2016

Who & Where

We met in the VNA Community Room on June 6 from 7 to 9 PM

Attending: Ellin Reisner, Lynn Weissman, Alan Moore, Rachel Fichtenbaum, Gabriel Distler, Karen Molloy, Wig Zamore, Max Morrow, Rachel Burckardt

Upcoming Outreach Opportunities

Artbeat is July 16. Karen sent a detailed email about getting ready

  • Ellin will send Karen the pdf of the CAFEH brochure so Karen can make copies
  • Ellin will make sure someone has access to the locker
  • Ellin will get her tent to Alan so the Friends can use it
  • Consider showing video of McGrath at rush hour to point out dangerous conditions

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May meeting notes

Who & Where

We met in the VNA Community Room in May 16 from 7 to 9

Attending: Ellin Reisner, Steve Mulder, Jim McGinnis, Kristie Chase, Lynn Weissman, Alan Moore, Heather Van Aelst, Bob Neeson, Rachel Fichtenbaum, Jonah Petri, Gabriel Distler, Karen Molloy, Andrea Y, Wig Zamore

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Thanks for visiting STEP at ArtBeat!

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This is the 11th year STEP has had a booth at ArtBeat, and every year we have fantastic conversations with people who have questions, concerns, and praise for public transportation improvements and plans in our city. Thanks to all those who dropped by and who support our work!

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STEP talks transportation at ArtBeat!

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Thanks to everyone who dropped by to visit STEP at ArtBeat this year! We had a great time talking about the coming Green Line, the about-to-open Assembly Square stop, the eventually grounded McGrath Highway, and so much more. Keep clicking for more photos.

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Happy birthday STEP

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Celebrate STEP’s 10th anniversary!

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Ten years ago STEP came into existence to advocate for better transportation options in Somerville. One big focus was to ensure that the Commonwealth meets its legal obligation to construct the Green Line Extension. While we are still not able to board the Green Line in Somerville, progress is being made and we will continue to work toward its completion. A new Orange Line Station will open at Assembly Square in 2014, the first new transit station in the region in 25 years.
We want to extend a special invitation to you for your advocacy and work on the Green Line Extension and other important Somerville transportation improvements to celebrate our anniversary with us on May 20th – at Precinct in Union Square (back room) 7:30 – 9:00 pm for music, appetizers, and cash bar.
Before the festivities, we will hold our annual meeting from 7:00 – 7:30 to vote in steering committee officers for the coming year, pay annual dues, and other administrative business.

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STEP at ArtBeat

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Thanks to all who visited our booth at ArtBeat yesterday – and to all who stand with us to support the Green Line Extension! Click below for photos.

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STEP’s Ellin Reisner honored as 2012 Unsung Heroine

Somerville Journal: “5 questions with Somerville Unsung Hero Ellin Reisner”
The Unsung Heroines, who were identified by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women working in partnership with state legislators, are extraordinary women whose work is deserving of recognition and praise, were recognized for their outstanding contributions to their communities or the organizations that they serve.

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