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Carpenter Gregg Moree Seeks to ‘Build A Better Cambridge’ in Eighth Council Bid

Gregg Moree is staging an eighth bid for Cambridge City Council.
Gregg Moree is staging an eighth bid for Cambridge City Council. By Courtesy of Gregg J. Moree
By Jina H. Choe, Crimson Staff Writer

Local carpenter Gregg J. Moree is running in his eighth bid for Cambridge City Council to “build a better Cambridge,” according to his website.

Moree’s top priorities are education, equal pay, and integrity. Moree also prioritizes affordable housing and advocates for co-housing. His housing platform includes construction internships and apprenticeship programs to support affordable housing development. According to his campaign website, Moree also “encourages” alternative energy and calls for net zero emissions. Moree declined an interview with The Crimson.

—Staff writer Jina H. Choe can be reached at

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