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A developer's proposal could dramatically alter this view from City Hall. The proposal would raze these 2 bank buildings, and everything else between Moody Street, Charles Street, and Main Street up to the Trinity Church. The initial proposal for a new zoning class permitting a densely occupied 7 story building was denied as out of scale for the area. It remains to be seen what a new scaled down project would look like.

Welcome to Waltham

Waltham is a city on the Charles River with a population of about 58000, about 10 miles west of Boston. It was formed in 1738 when it separated from Watertown. The mayor is Jeannette McCarthy. The Waltham Watch Factory, founded in the 1850's, pioneered the mass production of watches. The city was named after Waltham, England.
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