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December 28, 2013

Letter: Be informed when voting on Brimbal Avenue

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What I am really trying to get at is, will the development on Brimbal proceed regardless of the outcome of this vote? If so, I need to decide whether the proposed changes designed to make exiting Route 128 on the northbound side safer will have a potentially greater negative impact on Brimbal and its residents than leaving the road as is. Also, can the new overpass project occur without the proposed Brimbal interchange project happening? If not, I’ll need to think about the implications for possible future development in that area with seemingly less impact to our existing neighborhoods, development that may be necessary somewhere in town, at some point, to support our city’s economics.

Bailey Bishop

Beverly

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