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Brookline Access Television
46 Tappan St, Brookline, MA 02445

Founded in 1984, Brookline Access Television operates two cable channels and a variety of production facilities outMore of its brand-new $1.9 million studio. The new space includes an educational studio and editing suite for Brookline High students, as well as state-of-the-art production equipment, a theater, and meeting spaces available to any Brookline resident.

Municipal programming, including live coverage of the Board of Selectmen meetings, is shown on Comcast channel 23 and RCN channel 15. Public access programming is shown on channel 3 for both Comcast and RCN subscribers.

BATV is a private, non-profit organization funded through cable franchise fees. Though not a part of Brookline town government, the organization is governed by nine directors appointed by the Board of Selectmen.

Council on Aging
93 Winchester St, Brookline, MA 02446

Located on the second floor of the Brookline Senior Center, the Council on Aging is responsible for planning andMore coordinating a wide range of programs and services for Brookline residents older than age 60.

The council itself includes 11 residents appointed by the Board of Selectmen, plus six representatives from town departments. Ruthann Dobek serves as the department's director.

Town Administrator's Office
333 Washington St, Brookline, MA 02445
Located on the sixth floor of Town Hall, the Town Administrator's Office is responsible for the day-to-day management ofMore the town. It is also the home of the Board of Selectmen, Brookline's elected five-member executive body.
Brookline Town Hall
333 Washington St, Brookline, MA 02445

Situated in the heart of Brookline Village, Brookline's six-story town hall is home to the majority of the town'sMore offices and serves as a meeting place for its many boards, commissions and committees. The building was completely gutted and renovated in 2008.

Town Hall is home to the school, finance and public works departments, as well as the offices of the town clerk, town counsel, town administrator and Board of Selectmen. The police, fire and health departments are housed in adjacent buildings in Brookline Village.

Metered parking is available in a lot between Town Hall the Pierce School and on nearby streets, though spaces can be hard to find during evening meetings. Town Hall is a short walk from the Brookline Village Station on the T.

Public restrooms are located adjacent to the Treasurer's Office on the ground floor, or across from the elevators on all other floors.

Walnut Hills Cemetery
96 Grove St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

The newer of Brookline's two municipal burial grounds, the Walnut Cemetery was founded in 1875 and has grown toMore include more than 45 acres of land.

The property is overseen by the Trustees of the Walnut Hills Cemetery, who are appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Rates, rules and regulations are available on the town website.

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