Public input will be taken at the meeting, and there will be a presentation and discussion of the draft recommendations of the task force, which has met eight times over the past 22 months.
Kendall Square could see another 1,400 dwelling units and 1.7 million square feet of office, research and development with ground-floor retail as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology redevelops the federal John A. Volpe National Transportation Center.
Up to $125,000 will be distributed this year via the Forward Fund, a micro-grant program by the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority intended to support specific physical improvement projects that benefit all residents, workers and visitors.
The community is invited to meetings at noon or 6 p.m. Thursday to discuss the redevelopment of the Volpe site in Kendall Square, as well as to hear about other projects and issues concerning the developer, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Possessing an enormous warmth and empathy for its characters, Mike Mills’ “20th Century Women” looks at motherhood and how extended family isn’t always related by blood.
There’s a quirky poetic flow to “Paterson” as in nearly every Jim Jarmusch film, seeping outward in languorous yet artful movements, and while “Paterson” (starring Adam Driver) is tightly coddled, it’s also one of the director’s more earthy and accessible efforts.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology will pay $750 million to gain the rights to redevelop the Volpe Center 14-acre land parcel in Kendall Square, reflecting a concerted push to finish the deal in the last days of the Obama administration after a multi-year process.
Dire Literary Series reading; “Fingersmith”; Philharmonic Funk presents “Under the Cherry Moon”; the No-Pants Subway Ride; and the silent Film “Metropolis” with live music.
Shameless, a New Year’s Eve Eve party; Cheese Patrol music marathon; Jaded New Year’s Dark Carnival party; 100 First Jokes comedy tradition; and One, Vol. 2, a pop-up music and art party.
In addition to ending the current procurement process for a developer, the decision called upon the city manager, the Foundry Advisory Committee and members of the public to work with the agency to develop a new strategy to move forward.