Our guest at the February 18th meeting will be Councilor Patty Nolan (zoom link below)!
Meeting Minutes, January 21, 2021
Helping Our Neighbors and Our Local Businesses
- Local efforts underway to keep neighbors and small business afloat during COVID
- Continuing Concerns re the change in direction at Davenport Street
- Accommodating open discussions during meetings
Matt Stewart, St James Episcopal Church
Parish house to open in spring (hopefully). To comply with state and City COVID regulations, they hope to host a series of small tours for neighbors when they have the CO.
CVS is now offering vaccines, here in Cambridge.
From the Living Well Network (a Cambridge nonprofit) today's update on Covid Vaccinations. Transportation, Tips, help with navigation, etc. Here https://agassiz.org/living-well/links-for-obtaining-covid-19-vaccination/
Also go to:
Check out the Mystic River website, and some of the data you can find there.
As well as some of the work they are doing.
The business case from "Building Community Resilience with Nature-Based Solutions: A Guide for Local Officials" by FEMA:
PSNA is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting Thursday, Jan 21.
PSNA Meeting -- HOW WE CARE AND SHARE NOW
Time: Jan 21, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
We will start the meeting by hearing from Matt Stewart, priest, and others, from St. James Episcopal Church about their work around food insecurity, homelessness, etc. and how these will be affected as the construction of their new community center is completed.
An ongoing installation that honors over 135 individuals, a small fraction of Black lives taken by police brutality and hate crimes.
On view in the street-level windows of the Lunder Arts Center Roberts Gallery.