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MAPC COVID-19 Response

In the interest of keeping our partners throughout the state and region informed, MAPC will document its response to COVID-19 here. A Message from MAPC Executive Director Marc Draisen: Addressing the COVID-19 Emergency in Metro Boston As the COVID-19 pandemic changes many aspects of our lives, one thing won’t be changing: MAPC is committed to […]

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Climate Equity Focus at MAPC’s Clean Energy Forum

On Wednesday, Dec. 11, as part of the MetroCommon 2050 Speaker Series, MAPC hosted its biennial Clean Energy Forum at District Hall. The day’s theme was climate equity and MAPC staff presented on their work advancing climate equity through research and net zero planning. The morning had a fully packed agenda, with three keynote speakers […]

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Five MAPC Priorities in Final House Budget

Massachusetts House of Representatives Finalizes FY2019 State Budget Proposal Last week, the Massachusetts House of Representatives concluded it FY2019 budget debate by passing its $41 billion budget proposal. After four days of debate, the House added $81.4 million to its budget through amendments. During the debate, the legislature took up five of MAPC’s key priorities: […]

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Salem Point Neighborhood Vision and Action Plan

Background The Point neighborhood in the City of Salem includes nearly 144 acres and 4,100 people, and is located just south of the downtown and wharf areas. The Point is distinguished from surrounding neighborhoods by its geography, density, high proportion of multi-family housing and masonry apartment blocks, and a high concentration of recent immigrants. Neighborhood resources […]

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