Lexington’s Engineering and Conservation Divisions will host a public workshop on Thursday, January 30, 2014 to discuss stream management in the Mystic River Watershed.
The workshop is part of the Mystic River Watershed Project which aims to identify problem areas, explore restoration and mitigation opportunities, and develop a priority plan to protect property and water resources in the watershed. Citizens are encouraged to attend and offer feedback, especially those living in the Mystic River Watershed which includes the Mill Brook. (view a poster here, which includes a map of Lexington's watersheds)
The workshop will be held on Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the Public Services Building at 201 Bedford Street in Lexington. The presentation will be given by Woodard & Curran, Lexington’s watershed management consultant.
For more information about this workshop or Lexington’s watersheds, contact David Pavlik of the Lexington Engineering Department at 781-274-8309.