June 20, 2019 Meeting


Have you ever thought about what Cambridge will be like in 20-30, even 50 years?


At our June 20th meeting PSNA will start to comprehend the threats facing Cambridge from climate change and environmental degradation.  We will talk about what steps we need to take now to build a better city, given the environmental challenges.


May 16, 2019 PSNA Meeting

PSNA will have a presentation and a chance to talk with two of the proposed adult use marijuana stores in our area -- one at the site of the old Wok 'n Roll (1908 Mass Ave), the other at the current site of Stereo Jack's (1686 Mass Ave). 


There is a third proposing to come to the site of the long closed Evergood Market (1674 Mass Ave), which has a conflict at this meeting time.  We hope to have them at the next PSNA meeting.




April 2019

Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 7:00pm

PSNA, Agassiz Baldwin Neighborhood Community and the Association of Cambridge Neighborhoods co‐sponsored an informational presentation of the zoning, financing, and policy factors that affect the construction and rental of affordable housing. The objective was to provide residents with more information on this issue to support an informed review of a proposed zoning ordinance to create a citywide overlay that would allow affordable housing to be built as of right. This ordinance has not been drafted, but CDD has posted

March 21, 2019 PSNA Meeting

Porter Square Neighbors Association
March 21st, 7-9 PM
Lesley University Hall, 1815 Mass Ave
Room 2-078

Jason Korb and Sean Hope will update us on the Frost Terrace (1791 Mass Ave) 100% affordable housing project. They will review the design/layout, projected construction schedule, etc. for this project.

They will explain, in some depth, why it takes so long to bring a project like this one to fruition, with multiple sources of funding, approvals, sign offs, each with their own requirements.

The project plans are here: