The Cambridge Square Advisory Committee recommendations would bring truly bold and perhaps dangerous changes in zoning that would upset the rhythm of life in our neighborhood and the unique personality of Central Square.
This is obvious, right? Second Amendment extremists are asserting their rights in ways that cause other citizens to confuse them with crazed killers.
Less than a month ago the talk about replacing our retiring city manager involved organizational meetings, search committees, official vendors, “visioning” processes, “stakeholder interviews,” citizen engagement surveys, analyses, reports and ensuring updates went on city websites, but it’s been condensed to: Promote Rich Rossi.
Many Republicans blame Hurricane Sandy for ending Romney’s chances for election, and now a daylong nor’easterand blankets the Northeast in snow the day after voting. Hmm.
Conservatives should own the fact that America reelected President Barack Obama, just like progressives got a second term for George W. Bush. They should also take a better look at the country around them and embrace it.
Ask Brown why any of us should vote for him and he immediately points to his bipartisan voting record. But really he votes for core Republican positions almost every time, and alongside Democrats on such things as naming post offices or codifying rules of behavior for National Parks.
The intent of Question 6 is to limit Constitutional protections of corporations, not those of individuals.
School Committee member Marc McGovern urges Cambridge residents in Precincts 11-1 and 11-3 in North Cambridge to vote for Dave Rogers for state representative in the 24th Middlesex District in hopes of getting a stronger voice for Cambridge on Beacon Hill.
Cheer the free market all you want, but Pier 1 Imports leaving Porter Square to be replaced by a Walgreens is hard to take as a victory for anyone but the owners of 1 Porter Square.
A citizens group opposes downzoning Central Square, saying well-planned development can play a positive role in strengthening the social, cultural and economic diversity of Central Square and other Cambridge neighborhoods.