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We were proud to be a part of addressing that challenge, and regret that mistake. We don’t want to make another mistake. The MRA be• Storm-hardening critical energy, transportation, food and wastewater infrastructure in the lower Mystic River area, including Logan Airport, MBTA Blue, Orange and Commuter Rail lines, the Deer Island wastewater facility, the Amelia Earhart Dam and the New England Produce Center; • Increasing the resilience of vulnerable residents during and after extreme weather events. The RMC includes 14 of 21 communities (Arlington, Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Lexington, Malden, Medford, Somerville, Stoneham, Wakefield, Winchester, Winthrop and Woburn) and more than 75 percent of the population and land base in the Mystic River Watershed. It includes nonprofit and private sector partners as content experts, with municipal planners and engineers serving as the group’s voting members. all efforts to see that One Salem St. and 15 Ferry St. are preserved. Failing that, I believe that a full public engagement process must precede any changes to Converse Square, and that the concerns of the residents must be addressed. I applaud the recent decision All Mystic Watershed municipalities are welcome to participate. On June 18, the Barr Foundation awarded MyRWA $700,000 over two years to provide professional staffing for the RMC, including a dedicated project manager focused on increasing the resiliency of Mystic River Watershed residents. The new staff person will join co-facilitators MyRWA’s Julie Wormser and the Consensus Building Institute’s Carri Hulet. “We are pleased to be able to offer support to the Resilient Mystic Collaborative,” said the Barr Foundation’s Climate Resilience Program Officer, Kalila Barnett. “Taking a watershed approach to addressing climate vulnerabilities presents an important opportunity to deepen the municipal partnerships that will be vital in the years ahead. 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