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Our messy, wide-ranging clash over development didn’t end with a Sept. 8 vote by the City Council over the Carlone petition. But maybe we’ve left this sort of thing behind?
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.
Incredibly in 2014, Cambridge taxies aren’t required to take credit cards – but they soon may be. Will it be too late to save Cambridge cabs?
The police commissioner’s assurances of checks and balances on officer actions cann’t be accepted at face value – not if recent history is any gauge.
Hearing a suggestion to re-energize the Disability Rights Project of the Civil Rights Division, Tolman took it to heart.
The summer standoff has ended at Market Basket with the return of beloved leader Arthur T. Demoulas, but $1.5 billion to pay back.
Finegold has represented a range of cities and towns and been able to address successfully and responsively each area’s needs.
Tolman is willing to use the existing power given to the attorney general to implement a change immediately; his opponent questions the authority.
Although this is her first bid for public office, she has long been an advocate for women, children and families and been both a prosecutor and civil rights attorney.
Decker is an unabashed progressive who works tirelessly for Cambridge families, children and seniors. She deserves another term representing the 25th Middlesex District.