Council Updates – and a celebration of Juneteenth

This morning (6/19) outside City Hall Hi all, This morning, the City Council raised the Juneteenth flag in front of City Hall, commemorating the day that word of emancipation reached Texas, the last state to receive notice of the Emancipation Proclamation, which had been issued more than two years earlier. As with much social history, the question …

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Councillor Nolan on the Policy Order to Reallocate Police Department Funds

The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery have sparked a national movement that was long overdue, and have spurred cities and towns to take action on a local level.   I fully support the policy order proposed for a vote by the Cambridge City Council to reallocate up to $4.1 million from the …

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Weekly Council Updates! (5/15)

If this email was forwarded to you, click here for COVID-19 updates All: For some good clean fun – in just a few hours, join the CSV pajama party – at 5:30 – 7 pm it’s a Facebook event and it is not a fundraiser, although there IS a fundraiser going on in which you are encouraged …

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City Council Updates!

If this was forwarded to you, click here to sign up for COVID-19 updates. Hi all, Buy local, treat yourself and support struggling restaurants that are the heart and soul of many neighborhoods – it matters! Above is the personal, handwritten card we got with our take out order from Gustavo’s Cuban Kitchen. Plus the …

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