Wicked Local – Report: Saugus lagging in permit process, traffic – 3/28/14

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A slow, unwieldy permitting process, congested traffic and an unattractive business environment are all holding Saugus back from growth, according to a Northeastern University study.

The Boston Globe – Hailing 12 who jump at chance to help – 3/26/14

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Barry Bluestone was honored by the business networking organization Get Konnected at a gala on Tuesday night for “diversity game changers.”

Architecture Boston – Who Will Occupy Boston? – Spring 2014

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In the Spring 2014 edition of Architecture Boston, Barry Bluestone joins Tamara Roy to discuss the current housing market in Boston and how future city leaders might address the growing inequality of housing prices within the City. Download PDF | Architecture Boston

Architecture Boston – Are We There Yet? – Spring 2014

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In the Spring 2014 edition of Architecture Boston, Stephanie Pollack discusses the need for a long-term plan that addresses Boston’s transportation needs. Download PDF | Architecture Boston

Worcester Business Journal – Economist: Worcester doing everything right – 3/21/14

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Worcester has grown jobs and is decreasing the time it takes for developers to get permits – both indicators that they’re doing everything right according to Barry Bluestone.

The Daily Item – Crabtree: Saugus to work on fixing weaknesses in wake of presentation – 3/21/13

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Barry Bluestone concluded that Saugus needs to streamline permit processing and to attract young taxpayers with transit and housing if the town wants to be competitive.

Wicked Local – Assisted living complex coming to Easton – 3/20/14

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The town’s first assisted living complex will be ready to welcome its first residents in the fall of 2015.

Broadside: James Stergios and Stephanie Pollack weigh in on Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposal

James Stergios and Stephanie Pollack weighed in on Gov. Deval Patrick’s transportation plan, which comes at an average cost of $1 billion more a year in taxes and fees. It includes big-ticket projects, such as a $1.8 billion commuter rail extension to Fall River and New Bedford known as the South Coast Rail. Watch Video

Banker & Tradesman – MBHP Honors Property Owners At Annual Event – 3/14/14

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Barry Bluestone told the crowd at a recent MBHP event that Boston needs more affordable housing units for low- and moderate-income families.

37 Billion Mile Data Challenge, March 10-April 9

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A data challenge seeking “visualizations, analysis, maps, animations, infographics, interactive web tools, games, and any other data-driven medium that reveals patterns and helps inform action.”

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