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Notes from College Ave station design meeting

From MGNA
Here are some notes from Thursday night’s design update meeting for the College Avenue Station on the Green Line Extension, attended by about 75 people at St. Clement School in Medford.
Medford Mayor Michael J. McGlynn welcomed the attendees and said the pre-meeting feedback he received from residents viewing the designs on display were that they wanted the station to tie in more with the architecture of Tufts University and the surrounding area, and were concerned about the height of the station, bridge and pedestrian walkway, and with who would maintain the walkway. He also said he would like the history of the community to be reflected in the station, such as the brickmaking in the area and Stearns Village. Read more…
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