David Rabkin

City Council Updates

The vault in the city library in downtown Kansas City All: Earlier this month I was able to visit Kansas City, MO for a “City Summit” conference sponsored by the National League of Cities. The conference was useful and will enhance my work in Cambridge.  The first thing we all celebrated was that all buses …

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Thank you for voting!

All: A big thank you to everyone who voted this year, and an even bigger thank you to those of you who volunteered your time and money working to protect democracy across the country. There are still many races that have yet to be decided, and it wasn’t a perfect election night by any means, …

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Election Day, Local Events, and more

Councillor Azeem and me getting into the Halloween spirit All: A little late with my newsletter – sorry. Been busy with so many things going on…. Last week with Halloween – the creativity displayed in Cambridge – of costumes, pumpkins and houses – was delightful. My kids (now young adults) did some stellar pumpkin carving, …

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Halloween Update

When these glorious leaves fall, leave a bunch on the ground! All: Happy Halloween weekend! Stay warm this weekend and enjoy the brisk fall weather. I was happy to attend the groundbreaking of 585 Kendall and Performance Arts Center this week with several other City Councillors. This new building will be a world class office …

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It’s the Head of the Charles

Commissioner Elow speaking at the vigil for victims of domestic violence All: It’s been a busy time for the city and state – as fall arrives. Stay warm this weekend and enjoy the brisk fall weather.  A major event in Cambridge is the Head of the Charles rowing race, this weekend.  another great way to …

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Water Quality, Local Events, and more

Artificial Aurora Borealis in the Cambridge Sky All: It’s been a busy time for the city and state – as fall arrives. The city celebrated Indigenous People’s Day this week and is doing more to acknowledge the education that is needed to understand why it makes sense to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day and not Columbus …

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Entering Fall

Councillor Patty Nolan getting back to business All: Welcome to fall. This morning definitely felt like fall at a brisk 45 degrees. We are back to weekly Council meetings and I have enjoyed getting back to working with my fellow Councillors in the Sullivan Chamber. It has been a busy two weeks since my last …

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News and A New Era

Launch of the Million Solar Roofs Campaign at the State House All: Happy September! Happy back to school for parents, families, and students of all ages. Even though I don’t have anyone in my immediate family going back to school this year, I always find September as a bit of a clock-reset. I hope your …

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Mid-August Updates!

Cambridge meets France! All: Hi everyone. First, happy 19th amendment month! August 18, 1920 the 19th amendment was ratified and on August 26 it was certified – look for an event in September celebrating this milestone. While having the amendment alone did not mean all women could freely vote – just as the 15th amendment …

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