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Western Greenway history
THE WESTERN GREENWAY: From concept to halfway complete, how a group of citizens worked together for over a decade to create an 1100 acre greenway and trail system in Waltham, Lexington and Belmont. Presenter: Roger Wrubel, director, Mass Audubon Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary. The Belmont Citizens Forum named Roger Citizen of the Decade for his perseverance in protecting the Western Greenway. Co-sponsored by Sustainable Belmont, Citizens for Lexington Conservation, Belmont Citizens Forum, and Waltham Land Trust. 7 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: in the middle of the Western Greenway, Avalon at Lexington Hills, Metropolitan Parkway North (GPS: 60 Concord Ave). Follow signs to the office.
More About Avalon at Lexington Hills
Avalon at Lexington Hills is located on Main Campus Drive, which is a private road off of Concord Avenue. The property, opened in 2008, is beautifully landscaped and well maintained. It offers one, two and three bedroom apartments equipped with many amenities. It also has a building reserved for active adults, aged 55 and up. Avalon at Lexington Hills is conveniently located close to downtown Lexington and near Route 2 and Route 95.