If money remains after a proposed field improvement project on Nonanutum Road it could be used on the Watertown side of the Charles River.
A project on the Brighton side of the Charles River may end up assisting improvements on the Watertown side of the river. A multimillion renovations of the Daly Fields, which lie across the river from Watertown on Nonantum Road in Brighton, has been proposed and State Sen. Brownsberger told the Town Council that if money is left over, the funds could be used for the Watertown Riverfront Park Restoration Project. Simmons College in Boston has pledged $5 million for the fields, and Brownsberger asked if some could be earmarked for Watertown. "I asked if a little of the money on the table could be for projects on this side of the river," Brownsberger said. "They said OK." A hearing on the Daly Field project was held at the State House last …
Legislation has been proposed to renovate the fields located in Brighton across the Charles River from Watertown on Nonantum Road.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The following information was provided by Sen. Brownsberger's office: The Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight will hold a hearing on pending legislation, including Senate 2306, an Act authorizing the lease of the Daly Field Complex located in the Brighton section of the city of Boston. The hearing will be held on Thursday, June 28, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. in Room 222 at the State House. All are welcome to attend and testify if interested. Senator Will Brownsberger (D-Belmont) sponsored Senate 2306, and he believes that a renovated Daly Field would greatly benefit children and adults of all ages who will use and enjoy this riverfront park for years to come. “I greatly appreciate the leadership of Representatives …