Archive for August, 2012

The Boston Water and Sewage Commission has reached an important agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Conversvation Law Foundation. As the Boston Globe reported earlier this week, the settlement represents the next step in the ongoing effort to clean up the Charles River and Boston Harbor. Under the settlement, the […]

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The City of Cambridge will be paving Spring St and Lopez Ave later this week. Residents may notice that work has already begun in preparation for paving on Friday. Here is a notice from Cambridge DPW about the work being done and what to expect: SPRING ST & LOPEZ AVE PAVING Paving Scheduled for Friday, […]

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The East End House will hold its annual summer block party tomorrow, August 15th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at 105 Spring St., Cambridge. There will be food, live music, games, face painting, and more. The block party is a fun, free, family event. I hope to see you there! For more information about the […]

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The Community Development Department will be holding two community information sessions about affordable housing opportunities. These sessions are intended for people interested in affordable housing to learn about Cambridge’s Rental and Home Ownership programs. The Housing Division is currently accepting applications for the Home Ownership and Rental Applicant pools. For information about these programs, including […]

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Hubway, the popular bike sharing program based in Boston, has made its way across the Charles River in its first expansion beyond Boston’s borders. Hubway stations have already opened in a number of locations in Cambridge and Somerville, and the two cities celebrated the expansion of Hubway with ribbon-cutting events this morning, including a celebratory ride from […]

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