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Josh Lee

Making Concord more affordable

December 21, 2022
“Housing is one of the fundamental issues, when you think of diversity, equity, and inclusion [DEI] in Concord,” said Josh Lee, co-chair of the town of Concord’s DEI Commission. “The defeat of

You Can Find It In Concord—No Internet Required!

December 21, 2022
“You really can find it all in Concord,” said Chamber of Commerce President Marie Foley, describing the wide array of unique shops in town. “We have a rich concentration of specialty shops

In praise of Town Meeting

December 15, 2022
In this age of Internet-augmented rage, Town Meeting shows what “civil discourse” can be. Opponents and proponents of a particular action make thoughtful presentations on the merits of the matter and the

The Concord Trolley pilot project results

December 15, 2022
The Concord Trolley pilot project ended November 13th with a total ridership of nearly 950 rides given for an average of about 50 per week over the course of the pilot which

An Urban Forest Master Plan for Concord

December 15, 2022
Many towns have them, Concord does not. At least not in the sense that Henry David Thoreau campaigned for. It’s the protection of Concord trees. Concord can learn from other places. In

Police tips to prevent package theft this holiday season

December 15, 2022
Residents should note that around the holidays, mail carriers such as Amazon and FedEx contract independent carriers to help deliver items during peak season. These independent carriers typically drive their own vehicles