I was happy that this site was included in the Tab's report about local blogs, along with sites like This is Framingham - and even happier that my photograph wasn't the ones in the story :-) (I do wish they had clickable hot links to all the blogs the online version of the piece, Bloggers offer their likes, their dislikes, and they try to make it personal, though).
If you're new here, this blog focuses on many different issues relating to how to create better communities. While I'm especially interested in issues surrounding more walkable communities, I cover a lot of other things, ranging from how to better integrate ethnic minorities into Framingham's downtown to my love of outdoor cafes. Posts cover both local-specific and more general issues. If you're interested in local things only, you can look at a list of locally focused posts only at the Planning Livable Communities Local section.
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