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July 17, 2012

Public Meeting: UML North Campus and Traffic

by at 11:17 am.

Of interest to anyone who ever tries to drive over the river into Pawtucketville and Centralville (and back), UMass Lowell is hosting a public meeting to talk about North Campus area traffic affected by the new buildings UML is building there.

The East Pawtucketville Neighborhood Group invites you to a Community Meeting sponsored by UMass Lowell to learn more about the big changes taking place in regard to traffic in our neighborhood.

Monday, July 23, 2012
6:30-8:00 pm
Alumni Hall
UMass Lowell North Campus

There will be a formal presentation on traffic impacts, and the Chancellor will be present from 6:30-7:30 pm to listen to concerns and answer questions. The City will also have representatives there as well talking about bridges and traffic.

Here’s what an active neighborhood group can do for you, as the East Pawtucketville Neighborhood Group instigated this meeting. By the way, you can keep up with their doings and meetings on Facebook by liking their page.

2 Responses to “Public Meeting: UML North Campus and Traffic”

  1. Pablo Says:

    East Pawtucketville? Looks like a wonderful neighborhood. I think I would really enjoy visiting that neighborhood if I could get across the river. It was easier to cross over to East Berlin in 1963.

    I am really glad there is a serious effort to look at the traffic getting across the river. The obsolete and congested bridges do present a psychological barrier that divides the city, and it’s not healthy for a thriving city. Let’s find a solution!

  2. Gail Says:

    Where may one park to attend the meeting?

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