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Counting on "Friends of the Fells" Regarding Woodland Road "Development" (
First noting the slight variation of a children's game (adults known to have fun playing too).

"Have you ever walked, jogged, pushed a carriage, rode a bike etc. along the path on Woodland Road (Spot Pond?

No need to ask whatever became of the Sheepfold [as it] was grazed by sheep to maintain a pastoral scene: there were 26 animals in 1909. In 1910 a new electric trolley ran from Somerville to Stoneham, stopping at the Sheepfold (tracks and bridges can still be seen there)."

"Friends" don't want future generations to ask: "What became of the walkway, joggers, baby carriages?"

"pleasure [without] vehicles" includes walking, bicycling, jogging, pushing carriages.
The Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation
4 Woodland Road
Stoneham, MA 02180
The Fells includes areas in Medford, Winchester, Stoneham, Melrose and Malden..."

Independent of "speed limit" posting near the <a href="">skating rink vehicles approaching a <i>bend</i> towards Elm Street might also notice: the rotary, "crosswalk", bus stop -whereby obviously there could be people nearby - including those using the pathway. One might take note of the "mixed use" but disproportionate risk to those using other forms of pleasure vehicles. <p>

Who is a <a href="">Friend of the Fells</a>? Someone locally "connected" or having virtual sentiment, at a distance, maybe akin to stating: "If the left [or anyone with real concern for the environs of one's 'backyard' as well as others] means anything, it means it’s concerned for the needs, welfare, and rights of the general population. So the left [/Friends] ought to be the overwhelming majority of the population, and in some respects I think it is." Noam Chomsky in an <a href="">interview</a> with <a href="">David Barsamian</a>.

If one moves beyond words, or more accurately a single word of <a href="">concison</a> to describe someone as an "environmentalist" or "activist" (granted various degrees however characterized) then maybe concern and actions regarding air, <a href="" title="public water, private profit, recalling 'risk and cost have to be socialized, profits privatized'- chomsky/interviews/9811-wennerberg.html ">water</a>, "<a h="">Hegemony or Survival</a>" (like seeing <a href="">AFSC</a> Boston Public Library display, a refreshing surprise) might be an "overwhelming majority" - the same might be said <a href="">someday</a> of independent mass media. <p> The reach of concern above can hopefully apply to the proposed "development" that ought at minimum limit one not to accept "<a href="">consent without consent</a>." <p>
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