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Planning Board seeks new members; deadline for applications is Aug. 1

New members are sought for the Planning Board, which grants special permits and is reviews and develops zoning proposals and studies land use in the city.

Plan to limit serving sizes of sugary drinks doesn’t have support of advisory council

Plan to limit serving sizes of sugary drinks doesn’t have support of advisory council

The city’s Food and Fitness Policy Council calls restricting large-size sugary drinks and sodas “not appropriate for Cambridge at this time.”

Early childhood education stakes out spot in Foundry talks once centered on ‘Steam’

Early childhood education stakes out spot in Foundry talks once centered on ‘Steam’

It’s a good thing East Cambridge’s empty Foundry building is big, as lines are hardening for so-called Steam and early childhood education uses.

Human Rights Commission application deadline for volunteers is set at July 18

People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience.

School projects emphasize environment, community; King Open kids gets A/C

School projects emphasize environment, community; King Open kids gets A/C

Remediation threatened a September 2015 opening for the city’s first in a round of remodeled schools, but that and various capital projects go on.

Apply by May 30 to join official task force planning city’s broadband Internet future

The task force will examine options to increase competition, reduce pricing and improve speed, reliability and customer service for residents and businesses.

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.

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.

Lack of witnesses confirming hate speech loses discrimination lawsuit against city

Lack of witnesses confirming hate speech loses discrimination lawsuit against city

After four days of trial and four days of deliberation, a jury found in favor of the city on several claims in Gloria Law v. City of Cambridge.

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?

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