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Sen. Lewis reconvenes Malden River Forum

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  On December 6, State Senator Jason Lewis reconvened the Malden River Forum. There was substantial participation from local government (including Malden, Medford and Everett), state and federal government, community groups and businesses. The Malden River, which is part of the Mystic River Watershed, is a historic waterway, and many local leaders and community groups are working hard to help revitalize and improve public access to this beautiful natural resource. The purpose of the Malden River Forum is to foster collaboration among all the different stakeholder groups and support the many exciting initiatives that are underway along the banks of the river, such as the Malden River Works project.

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State Senator Jason Lewis addresses the whole group.
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City of Malden Grant Writer Emily Granoff
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Malden River Works Project Team member/ Mystic River Watershed Association Community Organizer Marissa Zampino
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City of Everett Environmental Planner & Sustainability Coordinator Tom Philbin
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Malden River Works Project Team member Marie Law Adams
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Malden River Works Steering Committee member Emmanuel Marsh
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Malden Ward 6 Councillor Stephen Winslow
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Malden Councillor-at-Large Carey McDonald
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Medford Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn
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City of Malden Grant Writer Emily Granoff (left), State Senator Jason Lewis and the District Director for the Office of Senator Lewis, Sarah Zeiberg
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Malden Mayor Gary Christenson
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State Senator Jason Lewis and State Representative Paul Donato
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