The final land use workshop for the Green Line Extension project is set for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop will be held in Somerville at the Argenziano School Cafetorium, 290 Washington St. The workshop will be part of a SomerVision open house, and discussion will focus on public ideas for the areas around future Green Line stations in Somerville as well as feedback on Somerville’s visioning and comprehensive planning process. Click here for a schedule.

The previous meeting was held May 26 in Cambridge. Read coverage of the event and related issues — mainly about plans for the Lechmere stop — here.

A public meeting on the Green Line Extension final environmental impact report is scheduled for June 30 at 6 p.m. at the Somerville High School auditorium. The meeting is to provide an opportunity for members of the public, agency representatives and other project stakeholders to learn about changes to the project and ask questions. The report will be available Wednesday on the project website, at area libraries and by request. The comment period for the document will be 30 days; all comments are due at the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act office by July 23. More information about the report will be posted when published, said Katherine Fichter, project manager for the extension project.

More information, including about upcoming public meetings, can be found at mass.gov/greenlineextension. Fichter can be e-mailed at [email protected]. She is blogging about the project at the MassDOT blog.