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MRA/City Partner with MAPC on Downtown Parking Study-Final Report Released

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) released its final report of findings on a Malden Center Parking Study that highlights the needs and challenges facing local businesses, consumers and visitors to the downtown Malden area. The MAPC is...

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Lead Poisoning Prevention Week October 25-31

October 25 – 31 is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week.  This year's National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week (NLPPW) theme, "Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future," underscores the importance of testing your home, testing your child, and...

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480 Main at Malden Square

Mayor Christenson attended the official ribbon cutting celebrating the completion of the residences at “480 Main at Malden Square.” The development includes 195 market rate apartments with on-site parking. The building is currently 78% occupied...

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NOTICE-Maplewood Street Reopen to Traffic

After being closed to traffic throughout the construction of the improvements to South Broadway Park, the southerly end of Maplewood Street is now reopened for public use.  Maplewood Street provides access to the Broadway Plaza Shopping Center,...

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MRA Staff at the Harvest Moon Festival

MRA Healthy Homes/Rehab staff had the opportunity to promote the MRA's home improvement/rehab loan and lead abatement programs at the Harvest Moon Festival on September 19.  MRA Rehab Specialists, Shawn Rivers and Wayne Martineau, handed out...

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Urban Land Institute Advisory Panel Examined Industrial Land Development Issues in Malden and Everett

A panel of nationally renowned land use and urban planning experts are soon expected to release their final report of recommendations resulting from a five day evaluation of Metro Boston's growing industrial land development issues. The Urban...

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Richard C. Howard Park and Robert "Bob" Rotondi Field Dedication and Ribbon Cutting

A large crowd of elected officials and residents gathered for the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony at the Richard C. Howard Park and the Robert "Bob" Rotondi Field (formerly South Broadway Park).  The Park’s $7.6 million transformation was...

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