No recreational cannabis shops have managed to open in Cambridge since 69 percent of city voters approved recreational marijuana as part of a November 2016 statewide ballot question, but now smaller and minority or women entrepreneurs have more time to sell ahead of big dispensaries.
This petition will change zoning for single- and two-family homes without escalating housing costs or property values or destroying the city’s rich array of sustainable historic housing, adding units while preventing the tearing down of existing stock to build larger, more expensive housing.
City prepares to raze old oaks, only starting talks on an alternative despite council request in 2017
Three mature oak trees will be torn down Friday to make way for rebuilding the Tobin School and Vassal Lane Upper School, according to the City Manager’s Office, but a potential path to saving them is only now entering discussions despite the City Council requesting its study in 2017.
To prevent the climate crisis from hurting the place we all call home, Cambridge needs to take bold climate action now. The green new deal zoning petition is a targeted policy designed to help our city actually reduce emissions while promoting economic and racial equity.