City Council candidate Minka vanBeuzekom announced today that her campaign will be managed by Nora Gay, a longtime Cambridge resident with a successful record of organizing grassroots campaigns.
Much work lies ahead, but this vote demonstrates Cambridge is serious about being a leader in reducing carbon pollution.
A committee that advises the city Health Department has voted to recommend reducing the “target level” for the cavity-fighting chemical fluoride to a single standard of 0.7 parts per million from a range of 0.7 parts per million to 1.2 parts per million.
From the Election Commission, June 18: Nomination papers for City Council and School Committee will be available beginning July 1 at the Election Commission office, 51 Inman St., […]
An alert about a rise in ATM scams was approved unanimously Monday by the City Council, but one councillor might have wanted to vote it in twice.
It’s expected that city planners may reveal static snapshots of its models before a June 29 joint meeting of the City Council’s Ordinance Committee and the Planning Board, but it is looking unlikely they will release the 3-D models themselves.
More than 100 tenants from a single apartment building have been plunged into the tight Cambridge housing market on short notice, bringing outrage from city councillors and new awareness of the vulnerability of residents who aren’t able to buy their homes.
The city’s noble opposition to ads or branding on its Hubway bike rental system is crumbling, with councillor Tim Toomey making a formal request Monday for the city manager to rethink the ban.
It was Hugh Russell, a 26-year member of the Planning Board, who discussed the $2 million cost of a master plan in terms of the dollars put into development each year in Cambridge, saying it “seems like a reasonable investment to get things right.”
The population increased to 109,964 in July 2014 and is on its way to a projected 118,625 in 2030, but a boom in housing construction seems likely to surpass a 2030 target a decade ahead of schedule.