Sustainable Belmont is planning to host a conversation about Artificial turf to help inform future decisions regarding the towns playing fields (April/May)
Sustainable Middlesex will host its annual Climate Countdown 2023 – more info to come soon! (May)
The Belmont Planning Board will invite public comments Tuesday Feb 28th on the controversial Belmont Hill School 150 place Parking Lot and Facilities Building with fuel tank – see below for more info or click here to add to calendar.
In the meantime – Got a few minutes to spare? Here are three things you can do to make a difference:
- Order up your Rain barrel at a discounted price – collect rain water, reduce strain on storm water systems, save money on watering your yard – more info at http://www.sustainablebelmont.net/climate-actions/rain-barrels/
- If you haven’t already, please consider signing the petition to let the Massachusetts Department of Education know you want food waste reduction taught in schools all across the commonwealth. More info here http://www.sustainablebelmont.net/2023/01/food-waste-education-add-your-voice/
- Join the Planning board meeting Feb 28th and let them not what you think of the Belmont Hill School Parking lot, Facilities, and Diesel Tank proposal – this may be your last opportunity to ask a question about the plan! With your help this may lead to a better plan for the school, the neighbors, and Belmont in general (link to agenda and zoom) – public comments Tuesday Feb 28th at 7 pm.
- Perspective of Belmont residents group Belmontwild here (they have collected > 2000 signatures from residents and you can donate directly to their campaign here)
- A Resident article from November in The Belmontonian
- “If I May” article on speaking up about the project by Judith Feinleib
- In the interest of balance – this is what the school says as of Feb 6th https://www.belmonthill.org/east-campus-project
- Read the Boston globe article from Feb 16th here
- Belmont Town Website – link to detailed proposal here and here – search “Belmont Hill School”, >150 letters in January (with the vast majority in opposition to the project)