Public meetings this week look at making a neighborhood in Alewife; bike lanes through Porter; school district budgeting; a Net Zero Action Plan update; solutions in helping the unhoused; permitting for Starlight Square and a Massachusetts Institute of Technology food kiosk; and more.
Public meetings this week look at bike lanes through Porter Square, honoring the RSTA program’s Michael Ananis, ending single-family-home zoning and a real estate “linkage” fee leap, a plan for sidewalk and street work and MBTA news, putting labs in neighborhoods, school district budgeting and more.
Public meetings this week look at problems with rats and a change in preschool hours, missing a May 1 deadline on bike lane construction, turning a vacant lot in The Port into affordable homes, special education policies, an energy-use disclosure law, Alewife-area lab moratorium, city manager search, law against wage theft and much more.
Public meetings this week look at the next city budget, plans for land in North Cambridge owned by the life-sciences developer IQHQ and whether Brooklyn Bagel Factory can open in Inman Square in a former Taco Bell space. There’s also a chance to learn “Zoning 101” in an hour from Community Development Department staff.
Public meetings this week look at getting bike lane advice and finding solutions for homelessness; the aftermath of a student protest and appointing a permanent superintendent; and the future of Cambridge Street; and getting town-gown reports from Harvard, Hult, Lesley and MIT.