Medford Historical Commission - Thomas Brooks' Park Citizen Survey

The Medford Historical Commission has been awarded CPA funds to create a plan for Thomas Brooks' Park, located on Grove Street. We are seeking community input before our first public meeting, scheduled for Wed, Nov 20, 2019 at 7 PM. Your responses on this survey will help guide the discussion, and the project, as it develops. Any further thoughts or comments can be emailed to HistoricalCommission@Medford-MA.gov. Thank you for taking the time to participate!

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* 1. Did you know this space - along Grove St, between Jackson Rd and Tyler Ave - was an actual, city-owned park?

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* 2. Have you ever stopped to read the marker that faces Grove Street?

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* 3. Do you know the connection between the Thomas Brooks’ Park and the Shepherd-Brooks Estate Manor?

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* 4. How important is to have a direct walking route from Grove St to Playstead Park and the MBTA West Medford Commuter Rail Station?

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* 5. Do you think the Old Slave Wall should be re-named to “Pomp’s Wall”?

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* 6. Given the proximity to Playstead Park, the committee feels that another "sports park" here would be redundant. What would you like to see happen in the open, green space along Grove St, between Jackson Rd and Tyler Ave?

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* 7. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns about the park or this project?

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