The Herter/Greenough Loop & Allston/Brighton River Connections - Monday @ 7pm

  • Interested in how Allston and Brighton could be better connected to the Charles River?
  • Do you like to walk, jog, run, or bike along the River?
  • If so, please join us on Monday, December 17 to learn more about the Herter-Greenough Loop!
The Solomon Foundation, in partnership with the DCR and MassDOT, has sponsored a design study to transform Greenough Boulevard along the Charles River into a fully accessible greenway for walkers, joggers, and cyclists as well as drivers.  By linking this mile long greenway to Herter Park at the north end of Everett Street, a seamless 2 1/2 mile loop path around the river would be created.

The plan also identifies the need for improved access from Alston and Brighton. Herb Nolan, the Deputy Director of the Solomon Foundation,  recently met with DCR staff and some of our elected officials and  is interested in getting more community input.

The meeting will be at 28 Mansfield St on Monday at 7pm. Pizza will be provided.

More details about the plan at http://www.solomonfoundation.org/pages/projects/her.html



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