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Start of master plan process makes good time to ask: Whatever happened to K2C2?

Start of master plan process makes good time to ask: Whatever happened to K2C2?

Meetings to help shape a citywide development master plan are expected throughout next month, but did the city finish its last planning processes?

Citizen Committee on Civic Unity application deadline is May 30

Residents and interested members of the community are invited to request a formal role in a new Citizen Committee on Civic Unity.

Still seeking a home, city’s pot dispensary asks for a one-block expansion of district

Still seeking a home, city’s pot dispensary asks for a one-block expansion of district

The special overlay districts the city created to host dispensaries are not quite big enough to provide a home for The Greeneway Wellness Foundation.

Lawsuit on courthouse called ‘inevitable’ even as developer offers to cut two stories

Lawsuit on courthouse called ‘inevitable’ even as developer offers to cut two stories

A lawsuit is all but inevitable in the redevelopment of a former courthouse, public officials said, but talks between neighbors and builder Leggat McCall are ongoing.

In city that ‘likes to spend,’ officials clarify why development’s important, not driven (correction)

In city that ‘likes to spend,’ officials clarify why development’s important, not driven (correction)

Cambridge isn’t on a debt service development treadmill, finance officials said, giving context to comments at a City Council roundtable on capital projects.

City struggles with repairs to roadways even with $5 million budget allocation

City struggles with repairs to roadways even with $5 million budget allocation

Public works officials have earmarked $5 million for street repairs, but what about $15 million a year or a total $42 million?

City Council speaks up about PARCC, school test sparking concern statewide

City Council speaks up about PARCC, school test sparking concern statewide

Councillors added to discussion about the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams, while the School Committee remained silent.

City’s stance against fliers draws lawsuit from ACLU; councillors seek alternative

City’s stance against fliers draws lawsuit from ACLU; councillors seek alternative

A citizen facing police fines for putting fliers on cars heard support from city councillors, possibly helping cut short a First Amendment lawsuit against the city.

Housing Authority starts preparing residents for Aug. 1 smoking ban

Housing Authority starts preparing residents for Aug. 1 smoking ban

Housing Authority officials are offering smoking cessation sessions and holding meetings with residents to discuss the ban.

City will reconsider small street Hubway, turning it into cautionary tale on planning

City will reconsider small street Hubway, turning it into cautionary tale on planning

A promise to look again at the placement of a Hubway bike sharing station on a small residential street became a proxy discussion over city planning.