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The safest cities in Massachusetts 2017 The safest cities in Massachusetts 2017. Wayland once again ranked #1 in safety in the state, with the following description: Wayland takes pride in being a progressive community and it has been very intentional about its future growth. Wayland’s leaders and lawmakers have held on to its heritage while at the same time bolstering its economy. They’ve also put a lot of effort into providing their citizens with educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities, including a “musical instrument petting zoo,’ a fishing derby, and an active Dad’s group that encourages paternal involvement and connection. It’s a city with a lot of character and community, with all of the intentionality built into it, it’s no wonder they’re the safest in the state.

1 comment to The safest cities in Massachusetts 2017

  • Dennis Naughton

    “very intentional about its future growth?” What are we to take from that? One could take it to mean deliberately exclusive of certain people. How does Wayland measure up in fulfilling its 40B responsibilities, for example?

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