Report credits library, police and Human Services for diversity efforts, but City Hall hires trail goals

Rodent-resistant trash barrels okayed at $1.5M, but won’t be with residents before spring 2022

Attend meetings on rolling out solution for rats, single-use plastics answer and zoning proposals

Public Works projects were hardest hit by Covid; Parking permit deadline is now pushed to May 31 (corrected)

April Cambridge Poetry MashUp promises verse after year of pandemic lacking rhyme or reason

Crab Apple Gardenerz nurture a community, and poetry, toward goal of feeding the hungry

Watch meetings on an eviction moratorium, classes in city parks and Envision Cambridge

Exploring city employees’ race, gender and pay? There’s a tool for it, but it might not fix inequity

Watch meetings about how police do business, open-air dining and the summer camp situation

Street sweeping is back, but not tickets and tows, so until July some residents are taking to raking