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Lechmere & the Green Line

Lechmere & the Green Line

Hello Everyone,

Hope all is well with and that 2008 has, up to now, been good. It's been a while since I had the opportunity to post. Work is taking all my time and energy. Anyhoo, on Wednesday of this week I had the opportunity to do a beLive with Alan Green, an East Cambridge resident, to talk about the Green Line extension and especially the future of the Lechmere station. Hopefully some of you had a chance to watch it... it was fun, thank Alan for your participation.
The show ended a little bit too soon and we weren't able to give the details of Alan's Guided tour so here its:

To all of you who are interested in the future of Lechmere station and issues related to the Green Line Extension:

This is to remind you about the Lechmere/Green Line Extension walk, which is now rescheduled to take place this very Saturday, March 22nd, at 9:30 a.m.--starting from the flagpoles in front of the Museum of Science and ending at Union Square. And given that the weather forecast is to our favor this time, let us take full advantage of it!

The walk is approximately two miles and will end around noon. There also is a nice café in Union Square where we can pause for a moment towards the end. Do wear your walking shoes as the route to be followed does offer a certain amount of post-industrial adventure; and remember that there is nothing like considering the proposed changes by studying the terrain in question first-hand!

Hope to see you there,

Alan

Please make sure you attend, it's fascinating and concerns all the resident of Cambridge not only those of us in the East.

Have a good weekend,

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PS: Alan has already conducted a couple of those walks as advertised by Will in his blog: Greenline Extension Meetings and Walking Tour