Sunday, February 28, 2010

River Street Bridge/Western Avenue Bridge Project: Presentation in Cambridge Coming

Bob La Trémouille reports:

MassDOT (Massachusetts Department of Transportation ) has announced a meeting in the Morse School near the BU Bridge in Cambridge on March 9, 2010, at 6:30 pm concerning the River Street and Western Avenue project.é

The state project is innocent.

The problems in the River Street / Western Avenue Bridge project stem from the vultures floating around.

The developer front which calls itself the Charles River Conservancy is fighting to continue its light pollution at the river level. Obviously, the environment has no rights. This developer lobby is aggressively in support of destroying whatever part of nature they can.

There is also a highway lobby fighting for massive environmental destruction to build a road for small vehicles, destroying whatever is in the way. This lobby, as usual, clearly has major connections in The Cambridge Machine.

False friend, Representative Walz, is taking credit for meetings being held in Cambridge. She does not to hear about why she supported maximum secrecy in the meetings on the BU Bridge project.

She and Davis yell about Boston meetings on the Western Avenue and River Street Bridges. She and Davis were deafeningly silent about the Boston/Kendall Square ONLY meetings on the BU Bridge.

How dare anybody hear about heartless animal abuse!!!!

How dare anybody hear about massive and needless environmental destruction.

Walz wants her constituents to hear about the state doing no damage, and even better, you might get talked into helping out her buddies destroying the environment. So the River/Western meeting are held in Cambridge. The BU Bridge meetings were kept as secret as possible.

And she does not want to talk about the hundreds of trees and animal habitat slated for destruction between the BU Bridge and the Longfellow Bridge.

A similar stunt was pulled at the Annual Meeting last week of the front organization of The Cambridge Machine which calls itself the Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association.

The only thing controversial in that meeting was the report of the City Manager’s people on the Charles River. So it was moved to the end of the agenda and public comment was prevented the carefully orchestrated “lack of time.”

The Machine is extremely destructive.

The Machine’s destructiveness is well demonstrated by The Machine’s pretty much nonstop lying that The Machine is not destructive.

The civil rights judge in the Monteiro case is another situation which The Machine keeps as secret as possible. That judge is the one who called Cambridge “reprehensible” for destroying the life of a black woman in retaliation for her filing a civil rights complaint. The Machine is stretching out that poor woman’s misery as much as possible, as well in spite of a clear, excellent decision by the judge.

That is “the way things are done in Cambridge.”