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Property values are up, but thanks to the city again using free cash and other money for relief, only 15 percent of homeowners will see an increase of $250 or more in their tax bills.
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.
If your kids are football fanatics – and especially fans of The New England Patriots – you’ll want to get them to the Star Market, 699 Mount Auburn St., between 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday for a photo opportunity with the team’s mascot, Pat the Patriot.
Cambridge Health Alliance officials say they now know their estimate of 2014 budget losses were way too pessimistic, but some trustees were angry over good news.
The School Committee approved nearly $500,000 for three professional development consulting contracts, noting “Wall Street rates” and asking “What did we buy?”
Cambridge Health Alliance leaders warned of extraordinarily difficult times ahead as trustees adopted a budget leaving the health care system $19.8 million in the red.
Cambridge Health Alliance expects to make big improvements in efficiency and patient volume in the coming year, but still expects to lose $19.8 million.
The sale of assets at Groton’s John Crow Farm will almost certainly be used to pay a Bankruptcy Court trustee, the bankrupt partner and U.S. Department of Agriculture.
There’s some good news for the financially beleaguered Cambridge Health Alliance, but it’s far from bringing the health care system into the black.