Topic: Town and Government Agencies

Marijuana Dispensary Closer to Permit

Arlington’s first ever medical marijuana dispensary is closer to opening its doors. The Massachusetts Patient Foundation has approval from the state to start constructing a facility, but are still seeking sign-off from the town’s Board of Health. As APN’s Brenda Mahoney tells us this is the final chapter for those opposed to the dispensary as...

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Patriots’ Day & Parade Events 2017

On Patriots’ Day, Arlingtonians commemorate the spirit of the American Revolution with a series of festivities and reenactments. In 2017, a scheduling conflict with Easter Sunday means that many events will be held on the following weekend, April 23rd. Here is a look at what to expect and when. For More Information: Facebook:… Twitter:

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APN | Neighborhood House Construction Bylaws

  As Arlington tries to balance its residential construction boom with the preservation of its established neighborhoods, three warrant articles attempt to create a good neighbor agreement. APN’s Zach Merchant has a look. For more information on the proposed by-laws visit:… Website: Facebook:… Twitter:

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Snap Shot: Remembering Ken Donnelly & Town Election Results

Arlington’s 66-year-old senator, Ken Donnelly, died after an 8 month battle with brain cancer on Sunday, April 2nd. The senator served Arlington and surrounding towns in the Senate for 8 years and was a Lexington firefighter for over 30 years before that. he was a frequent guest on ACMi and APN programming. More in this edition of Snap...

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