Tonight starting at 5 p.m. Cambridge Redevelopment Authority will be holding a special meeting to discuss finalizing a choice for the operator of the Foundry Building! Come learn more about the design at the Cambridge Police Department Community Room (125 Sixth Street). Here is the design from The Lemelson-MIT Program in which they will be discussing: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/51f173a6e4b04fc573b07c0c/t/5acd18baaa4a999da45ec20e/1523390658469/The+Foundry+2018_FINAL.pdf
Due to cancellation of the Legal Screening Clinic on March 21, the Commission on Immigrants Rights & Citizenship in conjunction with City of Cambridge (Official)/ Community Legal Services & Counseling Center (CLSACC) has added a clinic on April 4 from 5:15-7:15 pm at 47 Thorndike Street in East Cambridge. This is an important resource for immigrants who are seeking legal advice and possible referrals for additional legal services. Please share with friends, family, or anyone you believe would benefit from this program. For more information, please visit: https://www.cambridgema.gov/news/2017/12/~/link.aspx?_id=3BA7EBEB79884A9D9DCFB38241569F62&_z=z
Tonight from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm, learn more about the 399 Binney Street hosted by Alexandria Real Estate at One Kendall Square atrium. .
The American Immigration Lawyers, Political Asylum Immigration Representation Project, City of Cambridge (Official), Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship, Islamic Society of Boston have partnered to host a "Know Your Rights" workshop today from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at 204 Prospect Street. Please join them in learning more about your rights as immigrants living in Cambridge and the United States, or share this event with anyone you think would benefit from this. http://www.cambridgema.gov/CityCalendar/view.aspx?guid=62fcdd730fe645138c4b14e1ceff3420
The City's Winter Warming Center located in the basement of Citywide Senior Center at 860 Mass Ave will remain open two weeks later than originally planned. The new closing date is now April 15th. Thank you Bay Cove Human Services and City of Cambridge (Official) for creating and collaborating on this vital community resource. For more information, please visit: http://www.cambridgema.gov/Services/WinterWarmingCenter
In anticipation of tonight's winter storm, here are some resources from the Council on Aging to help with snow removal. Attached is a list of private companies that assist with snow removal. Furthermore if you would like to be connected with the student shoveler list, please email email@example.com and we can connect you with that resource. Also the City will provide salt for residents at the following locations, please be considerate and take only what you need: Locations of Salt Barrels: Fire Departments: Engine 1, Headquarters on Broadway Engine 4, Mass Avenue @ Blake Street Engine 9, Lexington Avenue Libraries: Concord Avenue, at 245 Concord Avenue Heritage Branch, at 48 Sixth Street North Cambridge, at 70 Rindge Avenue Other Locations: Area IV Youth Center, at 243 Harvard Street Sleeper Park, at Cedar & Norris Streets Cambridge Cemetery, at 76 Coolidge Avenue Danehy Park Parking Lot, on Sherman Street Lenny Russell Bridge, at Huron Avenue and Aberdeen Avenue The following municipal parking lots: Lots 5, 6 (temporary lot), 12 (Warren Street), and Maccarelli Way
Due to inclement weather, the King Open and Cambridge Street Upper Schools Complex Topping Off Ceremony has been rescheduled for tomorrow, Friday March 9 at 2 pm! Stop by at 850 Cambridge Street. Light refreshments will be served.
Check out the second edition of my "Office Window" newsletter here. As always, this information is available at my office on 550 Cambridge Street. Stop by, say hi, and let us know if you have any event that you would like us to add. Thank you everyone! https://mailchi.mp/89a91c95a1d5/office-window-newsletter-for-the-week-of-february-19th?e=[UNIQID]
Welcome to the first issue of my newest newsletter-"Office Window." As many of you know my office on Cambridge Street has served as a community posting board for many years. Its a great way to share information with the community and given me a chance to connect with the many people that stop to read about the latest news, volunteer opportunities, city services, and neighborhood events. I hope to use this newsletter similar to how I've used my office windows and to find a wider audience. You can still find all these postings at my office at 550 Cambridge Street, so feel free to stop by and say hello. Also please let us know if you have any upcoming events you would like us to include in this newsletter. https://mailchi.mp/659df9eb8fbc/office-window-newsletter-from-cambridge-city-councillor-toomey
Check out the first issue of my newest newsletter-"Office Window." As many of you know my office at 550 Cambridge Street has served as a community posting board for many years. It has been a great way to share information with the community on the latest news, volunteer opportunities, city services and neighborhood events. It has also given me a chance to connect with the many passerby's that stop to read the notices. I hope to use this newsletter similar to how I've used my office windows and to find a wider audience. You can still find all these postings at my office on 550 Cambridge Street and feel free to stop by and say hello. Furthermore let us know if you have any events or services that you think should be part of the newsletters.
Interested in becoming a Cambridge firefighter? The City In conjunction with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Human Resources Division will sponsor a Candidate Open House information session Tuesday, January 23, from 6:00-7:30 p.m., at Cambridge City Hall, Sullivan Chamber, 795 Massachusetts Ave. The City is currently recruiting applicants to take the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Open Competitive Municipal Service Written Examination for Firefighters on Saturday, March 24, 2018. http://www.cambridgema.gov/news/2018/01/municipalserviceexamforfirefighters?utm_campaign=sproutsocial&utm_medium=social&utm_source=sprout&utm_content=1516219135
Attention: The warming center will open today! It will be open seven days a week from 7:30 pm to 6:30 and will be located in the basement level of the Citywide Senior Center at 806 Mass Ave. It will operate as an indoor overnight service to provide food, a safe place to rest and protection from inclement weather to individuals who are homeless and are not able/willing to stay in conventional shelters. https://www.cambridgema.gov/Services/winterwarmingcenter
Update from City Manager's office: The City is expecting the opening of a Winter Warming Center during the third week of January. It will be open seven days a week from 7:30 pm to 6:30 and will be located in the basement level of the Citywide Senior Center at 806 Mass Ave. It will operate as an indoor overnight service to provide food, a safe place to rest and protection from inclement weather to individuals who are homeless and are not able/willing to stay in conventional shelters. A community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday January 8 at 6pm at 806 Mass Ave to share more information. For more information, please vist: https://www.cambridgema.gov/en/news/2018/01/winterwarmingcentercommunitymeeting?utm_campaign=sproutsocial&utm_medium=social&utm_source=sprout&utm_content=1514949224