Public meetings this week say goodbye to a city manager, chief operating officer, attorney and auditor with a combined 152 years of service; granting $4.5 million to improve an 1868 city building in The Port; MBTA bus network redesign; Alewife zoning and park planning processes; and more.
Public meetings and gathersings this week include a ribbon-cutting at the $46 million Foundry community building, a tenants-rights forum sponsored by A Better Cambridge, Brattle Street safety improvements, a school district nondiscrimination policy, the restaurant replacing Loyal Nine in East Cambridge, and much more.
Public meetings this week look at appointing a city manager, human remains found in Harvard University and the return of discussion on undoing the expanded hours of Riverbend Park; leaf blowers; staffing bilingual programs in schools; more bubble tea bubbling up around town; and more.
A measure aimed at promoting electric vehicles by increasing access to charging stations, reducing the number of cars in the city by expanding rental services and increasing use of “micro-mobility” transportation such as bicycles, electric bicycles and scooters drew support Tuesday from the Planning Board – as much as members felt they could offer.
Public meetings this week look at hiring a next city clerk, auditor and city manager; improvements to buses and Danehy Park, and hiring diversity; adding bike lanes on Garden Street; remembering Robert’s Rules of Order; transportation zoning and housing atop the Crimson Galeria; and the state of mental health services in Cambridge.