Harvard representatives formally presented the PIP Draft on June 25th to Weston residents at Town Hall.
The Public is encouraged to submit input and comments to the draft plan during the 20 day public comment period which is from June 25th to July 16th.
Harvard Representives have set up an information repository at both the Weston Public Library and an FTP site which can be found online at ftp.haleyaldrich.com User name: case_estates Password:12775
Anyone wishing to be added to the mailing list should send a request including your name, mailing address, telephone number, and e-mail address by first class mail, e-mail, or telephone to:
Ms. Mary Power
Harvard University, Government, Community and Public Affairs
77 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA. 02138
With regard to the Case Estates’ clean up, as required by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection Harvard will hold a meeting to explain the PIP (Public Involvement Plan) process on Thursday, June 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Town Hall auditorium.
Greatestate.com just launched a categorized list of public and private schools in the Weston area ( Click here to see it). The schools are all laid out on a map, and if you click on the map pins (or on the school’s name in the categorized lists below the map) you are brought to a quick information page with basic stats about the school and a link to the school’s website. This includes nursery and special needs schools and is the most comprehensive resource of its kind out there. If you are a Weston parent interested in local school choices or a parent moving to the Weston area, I highly recommend you check it out.