Massachusetts announces a “common vision” for housing, transportation, and the environment
Boston from above.
This post is crossposted from the Governors’ Institute on Community Design, a program run in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Smart Growth America.
In fiscally challenging times, states can achieve more when their agencies work together toward common goals. Massachusetts is doing exactly that.
Yesterday at a Multi-Family Housing Summit in Boston, three members of Governor Deval Patrick’s cabinet announced their common vision for growth in Massachusetts. The vision highlights the housing, transportation, and environment agencies’ strong commitment to plan ahead for future growth and the Commonwealth’s Sustainable Development Principles.