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Message from Arthur Vigeant, Mayor of Marlborough

“Welcome to the homepage of the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). Since its inception, the MEDC has been a driving force in establishing our city as one of the premier communities to open and grow your business. Our mission continues to focus on working with our existing commercial tenants and supporting them as their businesses expand, whilst bringing new companies into our city…”
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Marlborough committee considers downtown zoning measures
April 10, 2014 – Coming off a public forum last week to gather ideas for downtown revitalization, a study committee heard from state officials Wednesday night about possible rezoning and initiatives to bolster the heart of the city. The committee has been holding weekly meetings to craft a set of recommendations for new zoning and regulations downtown to spur economic growth.…read more 

Residents offer ideas to revive downtown
April 6, 2014 – Four-story brick buildings. Coffee shops. Booksellers. Restaurants. Apartments. Walking streets. Performance and theater space. A farmers market. A boutique hotel. Those and other urban amenities were hot topics among 100 Marlborough residents who met last week to discuss the future of the city’s proud but dog-eared downtown. Hosted by the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation, the two-hour meeting was the first of a series scheduled through May to give the public a chance to voice their opinions about enlivening downtown.…read more 

Forum on downtown Marlborough’s future draws a crowd
April 4, 2014 – A public forum Thursday night attracted a large crowd of residents to talk about the future of downtown area. About 90 people turned out for the forum, nearly twice the number that organizers, the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation, had been expecting. The agency, along with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, is undertaking a project to evaluate the city’s zoning regulations for the downtown area.…read more 

Downtown revival in the works
March 30, 2014 – The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation will hold a public forum Thursday to hear input on plans to revive the city’s downtown. Scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Masonic Hall at 8 Newton St., the meeting will give residents a chance to discuss recommendations floated in February by the Urban Land Institute Boston.…read more


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