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Burlington Town Meeting Okays High Rise Industrial Zoning Changes

Burlington – Patch – Burlington town meeting voters approved four zoning bylaw articles related to the high-rise industrial zoning district, at Monday’s meeting. One amendment changed the district’s dimensional rules, while the other three added parcels to the district, doubling the number of parcels covered by the rules. The articles were geared toward driving life sciences development in the town, according to the articles’ advocates. Read More…

Middlesex 3 Quarterly Newsletter

BILLERICA – Over the last few months, we’ve focused our attention on initiatives to improve transportation, workforce resources, and permitting. This fall we will host a healthcare forum to discuss the future of healthcare in our community and a CEO roundtable with Congressman Seth Moulton to discuss initiatives to improve business competitiveness in MA. In addition, we have made progress on many fronts; one of the highlights was that we were awarded $100,000 from the state to improve public transportation connections along Route 3. Read more…

Middlesex 3 Area Employers Honored for Their Commuter Programs

BEDFORD – Two area employers recently received Excellence in Commuter Options (ECO) Awards at a ceremony at Fenway Park. The MITRE Corporation and National Development were both recognized for their efforts to reduce traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions by offering Commuter Options Programs to their employees and tenants. By encouraging employees to utilize sustainable transportation options like public transit, bicycling, walking or ridesharing (carpools and vanpools) these companies are playing a vital role in influencing transportation choices that impact communities as well as the local economy. Read more…