Crimson staff writer
Jina H. Choe
The Cambridge Public Safety Committee convened a public hearing Wednesday afternoon to address matters related to emergency response alternatives in Cambridge — though some city officials received criticism for not arriving on the scene themselves.
The City of Cambridge released preliminary election results showing the election of all six incumbents in the running and three challengers to the Cambridge City Council at approximately 12:11 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Longtime activist Doug P. Brown has promised to be a “tireless supporter” of Cambridge families and a “strong advocate” for the environment if elected to Cambridge City Council.
Local carpenter Gregg J. Moree is running in his eighth bid for Cambridge City Council to “build a better Cambridge,” according to his website. His top priorities are education, equal pay, and integrity. Moree also prioritizes affordable housing and advocates for co-housing.
Cambridge Council Supports Building Workers Union, Talks Single-Use Plastics Ban in Flurry of Policy Orders
In a whirlwind two-hour sprint of legislating, the Cambridge City Council discussed eight policy orders — passing seven unanimously — in its penultimate Monday meeting ahead of the city’s 2023 municipal elections.
One tree, two tree, red tree, orange tree. Across the river in Jamaica Plains, the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University is a public park and botanical research institution open to all. Established in 1872, the park boasts more than 2,000 different species and 16,000 individual plants in addition to the vibrant fall foliage of Boston’s autumn.