Cambridge City Council
The Cambridge City Council voted unanimously to begin working on new laws and regulations regarding recreational cannabis at a meeting Monday.
Mayor Marc C. McGovern and the Cambridge Community Foundation announced the creation of the Cambridge Legal Defense Fund for Immigrants Monday afternoon.
The City of Cambridge celebrated Black History Month through a series of initiatives and events that recognized the achievements of African Americans.
In the podcast, Mallon and Siddiqui shared their experiences as women legislators.
The City Council voted to explore funding options for a Business Improvement District in Central Square.
In a meeting that ultimately ended without an official recommendation, Cambridge City officials and residents debated the merits of a controversial zoning petition.
“My hope for this term is that we really take steps forward to become the socially and economically just community that we truly claim to be and want to be,” McGovern said.
The Cambridge City Council discussed possible changes to city funding as a result of the proposed Republican tax plan at its Monday meeting.
In total, the city will allocate $867,000 toward seven projects, including planting 100 trees and distributing "resource kits" to Cambridge's homeless population.
A preliminary vote count shows Cambridge electing six incumbents and three new officials to City Council.