Attend meetings on class split in resident survey; safety policies for in-person classes; a new Tatte
Public meetings this week look at details of the latest Cambridge resident survey, safety policies for expanded in-person classes, guidelines for the next education budget, plans for MIT’s College of Computing, new locations for Tatte and Sweetgreen and a financial analysis of Kendall Square changes.
Public meetings this week look at securing more money to get businesses, households and the homeless through the coronavirus; a 46-unit project for Central Square; asking what IQHQ will do about its polluted Jerry’s Pond; how the green line extension is going; and much more.
Top city officials boasted on Monday that their cautious policies and extensive testing meant that Cambridge had stayed in the low, “green” category for a minimal rate of new Covid-19 cases. Four days later the city has became a “yellow” community, reflecting a rise in new infections.