Public meetings this week look at the returned Affordable Housing Overlay zoning petition, a look at police use of force rules, proposed changes to the Cycling Safety Ordinance, popup alcohol licenses, reopening school district facilities and a Buckingham, Browne & Nichols school expansion.
Public meetings this week look at reopening restaurants into parking lots and streets, an emergency housing fund, the return of the Affordable Housing Overlay Zoning Petition and issues relating to funding the police department and changing how the police department does business.
Public meetings this week look at keeping an Eversource substation off residential Fulkerson Street in East Cambridge, preserving 504 affordable units at the Fresh Pond Apartments (and many more), strengthening the city’s vocational high school program and a new ice cream parlor for Kendall Square.
Attend meetings this week on a $1.2 million plan to plant more trees, the limits of municipal independence in the face of federal immigration enforcement policy, the school district budget, a Kendall Square hotel proposal, a $250 million, four-year school and park project and much more.
Public meetings this week look at testing free access to bus rides on one of Cambridge’s busiest routes, reviewing education budget priorities, amending a special permit to add affordable housing at East Cambridge’s former courthouse, adding restaurants around the city and much more.