An apology would also be in order
USNC Council Election, PorchFest, and More!
“To walk around thinking my entire universe that’s grounded in my housing could go away at any point … I think everything we can do to provide ample and adequate notice to tenants is really helpful. The more notice a tenant can have, the more opportunity they have to act,” Rep. Mike Connolly said.
Carmona Elected SPS Superintendent, Bike Network Plan, and More! FEATURE THINKING OF RUNNING FOR OFFICE IN SOMERVILLE?What you need to know FROM CAMBRIDGE DAY SOMERVILLE SCHOOL COMMITTEE SELECTS CARMONA OVER FOUR OTHER FINALISTS FOR SUPERINTENDENT ROLE SHORTS City Moves Forward on Bike Network Plan The City has released its final draft of the bike network […]
Superintendent Search Concluding, Participatory Budgeting, and More! FEATURE US2 MISSING DIVERSITY, OTHER HIRING TARGETSUnion Square Neighborhood Council may issue non-compliance notice as City Council seeks more data SHORTS Last week for the Somerville Superintendent Search In advance of the Somerville School Committee voting on its next superintendent next Monday, April 10, the Committee is inviting […]
Somerville’s First Participatory Budget, Councilors to Speak at Tufts, and More!
While the City studies crumbling infrastructure, the School Committee wants immediate action to address issues they see before their eyes
After decades of advocacy, I was thrilled to celebrate the opening of the Green Line Extension through my district in Somerville and Medford last week. This public works project is the result of years of hard work from countless community members, laborers, activists, and colleagues at all levels of government. I’m proud that we made […]
In August, the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted to raise the minimum score that this year’s freshman class, and classes following, will have to attain on the MCAS test in order to graduate. And against Commissioner Riley’s recommendation, they voted to increase the passing score further for classes starting in 2030. They […]
Council makes it easier to create accessory dwelling units (Somerville Wire) – Carriage houses, backyard cottages, “tiny houses,” and other accessory dwelling units can now be created “by right” anywhere in a Neighborhood Residence district in Somerville. The City Council voted unanimously at their Sept. 8 meeting to enact amendments to the City’s zoning code […]