Thursday, March 4, 2010

Portfolio for the last week of February

Thursday, March 4, 2010
The following were stories published in the Daily News Tribune:

2/26/10 - Small business speaks out to Gov. Patrick in Waltham

WALTHAM — Local small-business owners told Gov. Deval Patrick yesterday they're worried about soaring health insurance costs and difficulties gaining access to capital and credit.

2/25/10 - City committee backs Waltham factory conversion

WALTHAM — The Community Preservation Committee on Tuesday quickly approved $400,000 for the Waltham Alliance to Create Housing to supplement development costs to renovate an old factory into affordable housing.

2/24/10 - Here's a few of our favorite Waltham spots

WALTHAM — It was like stepping into a Jane Austen novel when Susan Robertson, executive director of Gore Place, watched a man propose to a woman in a room at the historic estate of 19th century Mass. Gov. Christopher Gore.

2/24/10 - Verizon seeks to modernize Waltham tower

WALTHAM — Plans to install a wireless communication facility on an existing tower will not noticeably change its appearance or pose any hazards, said representatives of Verizon Wireless to a full City Council session Monday night.

2/24/10 - Waltham councilors: TD Bank has work to do

WALTHAM — City councilors see a long but productive road ahead in working with TD Bank and neighbors on plans to build a new branch at Moody and Alder streets.

2/23/10 - Neighbors oppose TD Bank's Waltham plan

WALTHAM — Concerned the request could congest traffic and harm the historic nature and overall character of the neighborhood, 17 residents last night showed up at City Hall to oppose TD Bank's bid for a three-lane drive-through at Moody and Alder streets.

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