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Give your input on Route 140 problems

Foxboro Reporter (May 12, 2016)

Those who use the Route 140 corridor are urged to attend a public information forum being hosted by the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District on improvements to the corridor from the Mansfield town line to Foxborough Regional Charter School.


Open space, natural and cultural resources mulled over for Marion Master Plan

Sippican Week (May 14, 2016)

The workshop, which addressed open space and recreation and natural and cultural resources, was the fourth in a series of opportunities for the public to share its vision for the future of Marion. Comments received will help shape the town's next Master Plan, which is scheduled to be implemented in 2017.

Regional News

SRPEDD appoints new executive director

Taunton Gazette (January 28, 2016)

A regional planning executive from Virginia has been appointed the new executive director of the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District, announced Jonathan Henry, SRPEDD commission chairman.


World News

Beware of Agenda 21 and SRPEDD: Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District

The Jazz Patriot (June 18, 2012)

There is no question that the vision this agency has runs in conjunction with the  global agenda for sustainable development and is intertwined with the newly initiated program pushing sustainable development at UMass Dartmouth and the Southeastern Council on sustainability. This group and their leaders need to be watched very carefully. Even the tone of the narrators and the background piano music sounds creepy on this video.

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