Posts tagged "zoning"

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  • The redevelopment of New Street was where I began my political journey several years ago, organizing a neighborhood response to a 93-unit development proposed to replace the former JC Adams Windows warehouse (pictured below). This is what the north side of New St. looked like in late 2014: A lot has changed and much has […]
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  • The City Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday, November 13th at 5:30pm. The agenda is posted on the Open Meeting Portal. There are few weighty policy orders, given that this meeting (possibly November’s only regular meeting) comes on the heels of the municipal elections and the Veterans Day long weekend, which moved up the […]
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  • The agenda for the Cambridge City Council’s summer meeting on Monday, August 7, 2017, is posted online. Since we only hold one Council meeting between the end of June and the second Monday in September, the agenda is long, and I expect the meeting to last well into the night. If you plan to attend, please […]
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  • The Cambridge City Council resumes its regular Monday meeting schedule on Sept. 12 with a 761-page agenda to work through. What follows is my attempt to highlight items of interest without completely overwhelming you. City Manager’s Agenda: #1 Foundry Redevelopment Update: The Cambridge Redevelopment Authority’s designated developer for the Foundry is the sole applicant: a new […]
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