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The special overlay districts the city created to host dispensaries are not quite big enough to provide a home for The Greeneway Wellness Foundation.
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.
Cambridge isn’t on a debt service development treadmill, finance officials said, giving context to comments at a City Council roundtable on capital projects.
Public works officials have earmarked $5 million for street repairs, but what about $15 million a year or a total $42 million?
Councillors added to discussion about the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers exams, while the School Committee remained silent.
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.
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.
You’d expect stopping youths under 18 from buying electronic cigarettes would be a slam dunk, but a proposal to do that is stuck in procedural limbo.
More Sunday library hours, the start of a citywide Wi-Fi strategic plan and the start of an experiment in “participatory budgeting” are in the city’s upcoming budget.