A contactless holds pickup service begins at the Boudreau branch of the Cambridge public library system, on Observatory Hill in Neighborhood 9, beginning April 26.
Public meetings this week look at independent counsel for elected officials, renter credit checks and the city’s winter expenses; design review on two lab buildings that will begin transforming the CambridgeSide mall; the city’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic; and an interim schools superintendent.
During the first three months of this year, a North Point luxury property submitted at least 22 eviction filings out of 24 residential eviction cases in Cambridge District Court, many involving allegations of Covid-19 violations. But there’s much more to the city’s eviction picture.
Public meetings this week look at passing zoning more easily, and a Green New Deal; opting out of the MCAS test and a vocational education coalition; the Volpe redevelopment in Kendall Square; “missing middle” zoning; a Sub Zero Nitrogen Ice Cream in Cambridgeport; and much more.