Their decision came after a board meeting where more than 70 residents of the Hillcrest neighborhood expressed their opposition to a Georgia-based medical facilities developer who has expressed interest in building an end-of-life hospice on the land adjacent to Belmont Country Club.
Details in the contract will be released when the document is signed by the Cambridge official who is expected to start on Aug. 20.
as it was exiting Belmont Station. No one was hurt and the train was cleared by the afternoon.
The Belmont Land Trust signed an agreement with the Board of Selectmen that
in Belmont after Cambridge man was hospitalized with the disease.