Archive for the ‘Public Service Announcement’ Category

The Cambridge Community Development’s (CDD) Housing Division is hosting two one-hour informational sessions on affordable housing opportunities in the City of Cambridge on Monday, February 22 at St. Paul’s Christian Life Center from 6pm to 8pm – first session starts at 6pm and the second at 7pm. The session will cover Cambridge’s inclusionary rental housing […]

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The third and fourth grade students at the Cambridgeport School are collecting items for care package to send to our Men and Women in the Armed Forces. The students are working on this as part of a community service project and hope to send a seasonal care package to our military members to help them […]

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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will hold a public informational meeting in Cambridge next month to provide an update  on the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project’s completed and upcoming work. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 2 from 6-8pm at the Multicultural Arts Center on 41 Second Street. Following the presentation, staff from […]

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Each year, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts receives large amounts of unclaimed property, including forgotten savings and checking accounts, uncashed checks, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, dividends, and contents of safe deposit boxes. Most of these accounts are turned over to the Treasury after three years of inactivity, and it is estimated that one in ten people […]

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The Department of Telecommunications and Cable (DTC) is holding an outreach event on Thursday, July 16 at the Clarendon Hill Towers in Somerville from 11am to noon. DTC staff will discuss current consumer complaint trends, the DTC’s complaint resolution process, the Lifeline low-income discount phone service program, and will be available to answer your questions […]

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Last month, the new Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School/Putnam Ave Upper School building in Cambridge suffered a fire that caused significant damage. At the time of the fire, the school was still under construction and was expected to open in the fall. Fortunately nobody was hurt during the fire, but the damage it caused […]

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The State Retirement Board has developed an informative web page with information for executive agency employees who are considering whether or not to take advantage of the Early Retirement Incentive Program (ERIP). It includes important items such as the application (available here), the application timeline (May 11th – June 12th), eligibility, and information about available […]

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