Crimson Ed Board urges communication & development

Nice to see the Crimson offering some suggestions to the Harvard administration about how to be a good neighbor.

The Harvard Crimson :: Opinion :: Land to Build On
"The consequences of a construction slowdown at the science complex provide justification and incentive for Harvard to be more proactive about community building projects in Allston. In moving forward, the university should initiate development in ways that promote the intersection of Allston’s interests and its own interests. However the university proceeds, it should keep open a channel of communication with Allston residents as this project continues. Much of the frustrations on the part of residents stem from Harvard being tight-lipped about its current development plans."

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