This Week: Main Street Project, Traffic Commission Discusses Changes for High School at Moxley Field

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A view of the project proposed for 104-126 Main St. viewed from Main Street. (Illustration by Icon Architecture)

The fate of the proposed six-story mixed use project on Main Street may be decided by the Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday, and the same night the Traffic Commission will discuss the plans to accommodate the temporary high school at Moxley Field. The City Council and School Committee will also meet this week.

The Zoning Board of Appeals will continue its public hearing on the project proposed for 104-126 Main St., the six-story mixed use project on Main, Pleasant and Cross streets. The ZBA gave some pushback on the project in the first meeting in May. This week’s meeting will be Wednesday, June 28, at 7 p.m. in City Hall and remote. See the agenda, how to participate and where to find project documents here

Also Wednesday, the Traffic Commission will have a hearing about the proposed changes to the roadways in the area of Moxley Field, where the temporary Watertown High School is going to be for the next three years. The meeting will be Wednesday, June 28 in the Lower Hearing Room of City Hall. There is no remote option. See more information here.

The City Council will take votes on the water and sewer rates, City Manager George Proakis’ municipal government reorganization plan, and on a name change for a street on the Southside. The meeting is Tuesday, June 27 at 7 p.m. in City Hall and remote. See the whole agenda and more information here.

The School Committee will hear a report on the district Equity Plan, and the school improvement plans from the High School and Middle School will be presented. Also at the meeting, Superintendent Dede Galdston will give her year-end report. The School Committee will also discuss the Superintendent’s evaluation. The meeting is Monday, June 26, at 7 p.m at Cunniff Elementary School, 246 Warren St., and remote. See the whole agenda and participation info can be found here.

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