Who Gets to Stay?
Seek empathy and leadership from public officials, rather than dispassion and analysis
While the City studies crumbling infrastructure, the School Committee wants immediate action to address issues they see before their eyes
Capuano-Dwan Debate at SCATV Centers on Somerville Transportation Priorities and Public Input (Somerville Wire) – Two community leaders on different sides of the Broadway bus lane controversy sat down together last week to share their divergent views on transportation, accessibility, and accountability in Somerville. The hour-long debate brought together safe streets activist Chris Dwan and […]
Public forum at the Somerville Media Center main studio, opponents and proponents encouraged to participate! In the three years since the City of Somerville installed dedicated bus lanes on Broadway, they have gotten both cheers and jeers from residents, business owners, and commuters passing through the area. Local stakeholders from abutting neighborhoods are invited to […]
With shootings on the rise, councilors debate funding for annual regional policing initiative A state-funded grant that has been used for many years by the Somerville Police to combat youth violence was subjected to two heated discussions last week, before being approved by the City Council. The question was whether to accept a $22,692 grant […]
A mayoral candidate debate, a councilor-at-large debate, and a City forum on ARPA funding.
With elections drawing nearer, the candidates face off
A City Council candidate debate, an art installation at Assembly Row, and Grab-and-Go meals from Somerville Cambridge Elder Services
A Ward 5 City Council debate, voting in the preliminary election, and Somerville For All launches