PSNA Sept 2018

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 7:00pm

PSNA Meeting—September 20, 2018 (Compliments of Susan Hunziker) The subject of our meeting was the condition of Porter Square. DPW Commissioner Owen O’Riordian and DPW Senior Engineer Melissa Miguel updated us and answered questions on these issues: 1. Intersection work 2. Condition of sidewalk along Somerville Avenue and the Beacon St bridge along the commuter rail track 3. Sidewalks 4. Trees 5. Snow 1.

PSNA June Meeting Slideshow on the History of Porter Square

Charlie Sullivan delivered a delightful presentation on the History of Porter Square at our June meeting.
Go here to see the presentation:

https://www.cambridgema.gov/~/media/Files/historicalcommission/pdf/slide...

Or go here for other historical slide shows:
https://www.cambridgema.gov/historic/cambridgehistory/slideshows

Thank you Charlie!

PSNA June Meeting

What do you know about the History of Porter Square?

Come to the next PSNA meeting to find out a whole lot more!

 

Our guest speaker will be Charlie Sullivan, Executive Director of the Cambridge Historical Commission.

 

Porter Square Neighbors Association

Thursday, June 21st, 7-9 pm

Lesley University Hall, 1815 Mass Avenue, Room 2-048

Porter Square Intersection Improvements Meeting Notes

A general sense of frustration and impatience persisted, but no one argued that these changes were bad, just not far-reaching enough.

The City officials took us through the revised changes, which can be seen in the above presentation, taking a few questions throughout, but most afterwards.

The room, 2-150, was pretty full, and seemed to be mostly Cambridge residents, and bike folks. Based on comments, only a couple of Somerville residents present.

PSNA May 17th - St. James Place Presentation

Thursday, May 17, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

 

    Following nearly a decade of controversy,  St. James’s Place project is moving forward with the construction of a four-story, 48 unit mixed-use condominium project, and they will be at our May 17th meeting.  We will welcome the general contractor, architect, and their environmental engineering firm.