Archive for May, 2011

Somerville – map On Friday, May 20th, I joined legislators and staff, local officials, and MassHighway administrators and engineers for a visit to the pedestrian crossings at Washington St. and Medford St. and Somerville Ave. and Medford St. in Somerville.  Among those in attendance were State Senator Pat Jehlen, Somerville Alderman Maryann Heuston, Jim Henry […]

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I hope that everyone has a peaceful and safe memorial day, and that all will find time to take a moment to pause and reflect upon the sacrifice of those who have died in the service of their country. If you will be traveling to spend time with friends and family, please take a moment […]

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On Saturday, May 21st, join your friends and neighbors for a morning of Spring Cleaning! Volunteers will be cleaning up the tree wells along Cambridge Street in anticipation of East Cambridge In Bloom. Join us afterwards for some lunch and refreshments at Pug’s Bar and Grill. Those who wish to volunteer should plan to meet […]

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Cambridge Senior Center – map The MBTA will be holding a meeting in Cambridge at the end of this month to discuss the expansion of Single Person Train Operation (SPTO) to the Red Line. SPTO requires the train operator to perform the functions that were once shared with the train attendant, including announcements and door […]

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East End House, East Cambridge – map The Cambridge Police Department will hold a crime prevention meeting Wednesday, May 18, at 7 p.m. in the East End House at 105 Spring St. Sergeants Maureen Ford and Edward Frammartino will share information about recent crimes and crime prevention efforts. Strategies and trends will be discussed.

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