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    1. East Longmeadow gets ready to pave rail trail

      East Longmeadow gets ready to pave rail trail
      Green Committee member Benjamin Hall said the first phase of the trail will go from Denslow Road, near Hasbro and Lenox American Saw, to Maple Street. The second phase will run from Maple Street to Heritage Park. WestMass Area Development Corp. has donated some land, including a lake that Driscoll says he hopes to eventually see incorporated into the rail trail.
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    2. Study by Urban Land Institute envisions revitalized Springfield waterfront

      Study by Urban Land Institute envisions revitalized Springfield waterfront
      John D. Judge, the city’s chief development officer, talked about creating the Larry O’Brien Sports Institute, which would be named for the Hall of Famer and late Springfield resident who was U.S. postmaster general and NBA commissioner. Judge said such a facility would include a place where there would be camps and clinics and sports medicine would be practiced.
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    3. Unexpected discovery of old water mains in Chicopee adds $500,000 to $8 million Front Street reconstruction project

      Both the Front Street reconstruction by Gagliarducci Construction and the Center Street reconstruction by F&J Construction are part of an unprecedented 11 ongoing infrastructure projects in the city. Others are sewer separation projects, resurfacing and downtown sidewalk and streetscape.
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    4. Editorial: Pioneer Valley gets on fast track for high-speed rail

      Massachusetts has received $70 million in stimulus money to improve track along the Connecticut River from Springfield to the Vermont line; Connecticut has received $40 million and plans to submit another application for stimulus funds in May. Neal said LaHood’s visit should spur Massachusetts to get its part of the project done.”
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    5. Conn. River Valley may get high speed commuter rail service early, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood tells Conn., Mass. officials

      Conn. River Valley may get high speed commuter rail service early, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood tells Conn., Mass. officials
      “This corridor has its act to together,” said U.S. Secretary of Transportation Raymond LaHood. LaHood met Monday at the Connecticut state capitol with Gov. M. Jodi Rell, state lawmakers and Springfield officials including U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield.
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