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Pearl Street needs to be redesigned as a livable corridor that includes raised intersections, wider sidewalks, a one-way protected bike lane and safe, welcome bus stops with bumped-out curbs.
We are grateful Cambridge has largely been spared the deep fractures between police and the people they serve. And yet, Cambridge is no stranger to social dysfunction at the intersection of class, race and law enforcement practices.
The NAEC regrets the necessity of filing lawsuits, but strongly supports the need for determinations on the underlying issues by an independent court of law.
This is not merely a few folks kvetching about an unpopular decision. People are irate.
Those who want to keep our Massachusetts roads and bridges safe for moving people and goods will vote no on Question 1, leaving a tax provision in place.
Proposed ordinance changes in Cambridge would help prevent youth from accessing and becoming addicted to these harmful products.
It seems highly irresponsible for the city to not resolve legal matters around this proposal, or to work with the developer to explore a smaller project.
As a candidate for attorney general, Tolman wants to providing economic opportunities to working families and leads on issues such as smart-gun technology.
Hearing a suggestion to re-energize the Disability Rights Project of the Civil Rights Division, Tolman took it to heart.
Finegold has represented a range of cities and towns and been able to address successfully and responsively each area’s needs.