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Learn how the new zoning rules will affect you 

 Zoning Redesign 


The Oak Hill Neighborhood Organization

is working for you to stop overdevelopment

LDS Church

The LDS Church applied for Administrative Site Plan Review on May 8, 2019. The plan has a parking lot for 210 cars.

The Planning Dept. does not have an objection to granting of Dover waivers  for  the  Meeting  House.     


800 residential units, increased school enrollment and traffic 
congestion are just a few red flags for  this proposed development.

Vote No on the referendum on March 3, 2020

Riverside Station

Riverside project is “out of character” for the area: the development is too large

Special Election on Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Vote NO on oversized Northland Development

The City Council approved the Northland Development. This is a shame.

A referendum on March 3 will allow all voters across Newton to determine whether the current plan will prevail or whether it must be revised to make it more compatible with the needs of residents.

A “NO” vote would overrule the City Council and cancel the zoning change. This is the fight for Newton's future. 

Vote NO on the referendum.

Taxation without representation

Volunteer to help 


Only 15% of your neighbors vote. That is why our opinions do not carry much weight with the Mayor of Newton or with the City Council.

If you want to have your voice heard - vote.

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