Attend meetings on the past (and next) elections, historical buildings and increasing ‘linkage’ fees
Public meetings this week look at administering the latest (and next) elections; the school district’s teen health survey; a real estate “linkage” fee leap; spending $65 million in American Rescue Plan money; and plans for – and protections of – the city’s Gas-Light and American Friends buildings.
Public meetings this week look at bike lanes on Massachusetts Avenue; licensing for New Republik, a Barcelona Wine Bar and 286Broadway, a Housing Affordability petition, after-school program busing, an unarmed public safety program, Margaret Fuller House improvements and more.
Official results change nothing except numbers for 2021 ballot questions and election outcomes (updated)
Election Commissioners completed a count of provisional and overseas absentee ballots on Friday, making official the results from Nov. 2. Those elected to the City Council and School Committee didn’t change, and three ballot questions changing the city charter were approved by wide margins.
Public meetings this week look at bike lane installation issues, a freeze on labs and offices around Alewife, a new universal playground at Danehy Park, a bunch of potential landmarking and property tear-downs, raising developer linkage fees, redesigning Cambridge Street and much more.