The team behind the City Council Candidates Forum last week

These planners met weekly for months to deliver a virtual City Council Candidates Forum which came close to the experience we have had in prior election years in the Lesley University Auditorium at 1815 Mass Ave.

The Forum was held last Thursday, and despite our lack of expertise in using the webinar version of zoom, it went pretty well, we think. We have sent attendees and the candidates an evaluation questionnaire, so hopefully they will agree.

Deadline to RSVP for City Council Candidates Forum approaching!

Hear From City Council Candidates!

This Thursday, attend a forum featuring candidates for Cambridge City Council, organized by Porter Square Neighbors Association, Agassiz Neighborhood Council, and the Association of Cambridge Neighborhoods.

The forum's moderator is former Cambridge School Committee member Susana Segat. This year’s event will be held online.

 

RSVP by clicking on the link below.

Reminder: Oct 21st - 7-8:30 pm - City Council Candidates Forum!

RSVP now to attend our forum featuring candidates for the Cambridge City Council, organized by Porter Square Neighbors Association, Agassiz Baldwin Community, and the Association of Cambridge Neighborhoods.

This year’s forum will be held online on ZOOM.

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2021
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
RSVP: bit.ly/candidatesforum2021

Consider the farmers....

https://www.cambridgeday.com/2021/10/15/use-the-american-rescue-plan-act...

I have long been a proponent of a land trust to bank and lease farmable land to small, local farmers and farmers markets, in order to keep fresh local food (mostly organic) available, secure our food supply, and insure a livelihood for those in the New England area who feed us, and help to regenerate the soil.