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Mass. in the LEED; Open-House Dos and Don'ts; More!

MASS.-WIDE—Our commonwealth is flush with green buildings: "Coming in at No. 4, Massachusetts had more than 13 million square feet of LEED-certified space in 2012, or 2.05 feet per capita. There are now more than 470 certified buildings in Massachusetts, 106 of which were certified in 2012 alone. Of particular note is the Atlantic Wharf, which obtained a Platinum certification–the USGBC's highest level possible–making it Boston's first LEED skyscraper." [BostInno]
HUB-WIDE—Susan Doig has some advice for getting the most out of open houses: "Go a few minutes early if possible. I know the listing agents are not going to be happy with me but it's your best chance of having a few moments alone." [Charlesgate]
BROOKLINE—The town wants out of Norfolk County once and for all, in no small part because of more than $700,000 in taxes tied to property assessments: "Brookline Selectmen are mulling whether to ask other municipalities to sign a resolution saying they will withdraw from Norfolk County if the state does not dissolve the remaining county governments throughout the state." []