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At an Ordinance Committee meeting running nearly four hours, public comment on the so-called Carlone petition dominated, with many saying they felt “zoning for the city is broken.”
Despite shock over flash flooding and a tornado in Revere, an order aimed at saving the Silver Maple Forest from development wound up as watered down as the region itself.
After nearly three hours of public comment on plans for the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge, a decision looks two months away.
The ribbons tied Friday to the fence around the former Edward J. Sullivan Courthouse in East Cambridge seemed to have nearly as many meanings as colors.
Residents hoping to stop a 48-unit condominium project around St. James’s Episcopal Church are okay with the case dragging on.
The city is holding a competition to help craft five acres of new or redesigned open space planned for Kendall Square and East Cambridge.
Developers at 75 New St. must return to the Planning Board in September for a fourth meeting to answer questions.
Though the multimillion-dollar price tag for this property is high, the forest pays for itself over the long term in many ways.
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.
A petition turning the City Council into a review board for the biggest development proposals was sent onward Monday for further hearings.