Posts from October 2019

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  • The City of Cambridge is reducing the speed limit to 20mph on most residential streets. This is a Vision Zero initiative I championed. “Addressing concerns of residents discussed on area listservs, vice mayor Jan Devereux added, “Of course, we will need enforcement to put teeth into this desire to slow down drivers – the lack […]
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  • In Cambridge we talk a good bit about addressing issues from multiple perspectives and seeing challenges through different “lenses,” and yet it seems that this election cycle the only lens some people would have us look through is the Housing Lens. Unquestionably, housing affordability is one of the greatest challenges facing every metro area, but […]
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  • The Cambridge City Council will hold a regular meeting on Monday, October 28, 2019, starting at 5:30pm. The agenda is posed on the Open Meeting Portal. City Manager’s Agenda #1 100% Renewable Energy Study: The manager is requesting $300K from Free Cash to hire a consultant to help us with a plan to meet our […]
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  • I am going to Beacon Hill this morning to give testimony in support of legislation proposed by Sen. Will Brownsberger to allow cities and towns to use automated (camera) enforcement for speed and red light violations. Here are my comments: Good morning. My name is Jan Devereux. I serve as Vice Mayor in Cambridge. I […]
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Jan Devereux
City Councillor
Cambridge, MA