A New Medical Office, Allied Drive and MacDonald’s Decision
A look back at the week’s most notable stories.
Homeowners might be faced with a morning of shoveling out today, but the week began at a slower pace as residents took time to reflect on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Patch went to Oakdale Elementary School prior to Monday’s holiday where a group of students paid tribute to the civil rights leader.
Visions Medical took a step closer to construction on Washington St. this week. The project will eventually turn a former restaurant into an office space.
In other project news, officials this week reviewed a transportation plan for the Allied Drive Project. The applicants involved in a proposed healthcare facility in Westwood and Dedham are looking at a transportation plan to help alleviate traffic concerns.
Dedham Board of Selectmen chairman Jim MacDonald told Dedham Patch in an email Tuesday that he will seek a seventh term as a selectman. MacDonald plans to pull papers to run for office in a week and begin accumulating signatures for the April 14 town election.
Finally, Mom’s Cookbook has a BBQ pork sandwich recipe to get you ready for Sunday’s big game.