Boston College Announces it 2015 Football schedule

Boston College has announced its football game schedule for 2015. For the detailed announcement, click here. The schedule appears below. Please note: bold listings are home games, and game times are yet to be determined.

2015 Boston College Football Schedule

Sept. 5   Maine  
Sept. 12   Howard  
Sept. 18 (Friday)   Florida State * ESPN/ESPN2
Sept. 26   Northern Illinois  
Oct. 3 at Duke *  
Oct. 10   Wake Forest *  
Oct. 17 at Clemson *  
Oct. 24 at Louisville *  
Oct. 31   Virginia Tech *  
Nov. 7   NC State *  
Nov. 14 OPEN  
Nov. 21 at Notre Dame (Fenway Park)
Nov. 28 at Syracuse *

* ACC opponent

January 22 Meeting on Cell Phone tower installation

If you interested in learning more about the plans to build a cell phone tower at Longwood Covered courts in Chestnut Hill, you can attend the meeting on January 22nd. See scanned agenda below (#4), or visit the Newton Historical Comission to view the Agenda for the Newton Historic Comission Meeting on January 22

newton historical meeting cell phone tower

Hearing on Proposed Cell Phone Tower in Chesnut Hill: January 22

AT&T is proposing to erect a cell tower inside a chimney attached to the Longwood Covered Courts (on Middlesex Road next to the Chestnut Hill Post Office).  A hearing on this matter will be held at Newton City Hall on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 7 p.m.

Below is a simulated photo of how the tower would look.

proposed tower Longwood covered courts

Going Solar in Newton: workshop on January 21

Solar Workshop – Waban Library Center

Wednesday, January 21 at 7 PM

1608 Beacon Street, Waban, MA 02468

Brought to you by the Newton Solar Challenge team 

An educational presentation, interactive Q & A and “breakouts” covering:

  • How will solar work at my home?  How will solar “look” on my house?
  • Show me the numbers!
    • How does solar reduce increasing utility bills (after recent 30% NSTAR utility increases)?
    • How does solar provide a “payback” on investment?
    • What is a “solar loan” and how can it help me?
  • Workshop Sponsors:   Green Decade Newton, The Village Bank, BarnRaise Energy, Blue Selenium Solar and Sunlight Solar

The Newton Solar Challenge is a community solar initiative co-sponsored by Green Decade Newton and Newton-based BarnRaise Energy, a social-impact company focused on increasing local solar ownership.  The Village Bank is a partner of the Newton Solar Challenge and is offering a new solar loan to Newton residents to increase residential solar ownership in our community.  Link:  http://www.village-bank.com/solar

Christmas Tree Collections

Christmas Tree Collections will occur on your collection day between January 5th and January 16th, 2015. Please place your undecorated tree (no lights, no bags) curbside by 7am on your collection day during this time and your tree will be collected for composting. After this time, trees will not be collected.

Development at the Route 9 Hammond Street intersection

The CHA recently learned of this December 9 meeting concerning development at the intersection of Route 9 and Hammond Street. Thanks to the Chestnut HIll Neighborhood Association. (Our Brookline counterpart)

“If you’ve been wondering about the future of 1180 Boylston Street, former home of Chestnut Motors at the intersection of Hammond Street and Route 9, please come to a meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 9th, in Room 103 of [Brookline] Town Hall to learn about development plans for the site.

Raj Dhanda, developer and business owner in Brookline, will offer some brief comments and then turn the meeting over to Haril Pandya of CBT Architects who will present designs for a proposed retail/office building. Mike Santos, Senior Transportation Engineer from Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, will be available to discuss the impact of the project on traffic in the area, and
Attorney Ken Hoffman will answer questions related to permitting and zoning.

The meeting should last for approximately 1 1/2 hours.”

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