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Community Development Department

CITY OF CAMBRIDGE

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

AGENDA JULY 30, 2019 Special Meeting Sullivan Chamber 5:30 PM Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139 HEARING SCHEDULE Monday, July 29, 2019 5:30 PM Special City Council Meeting CANCELLED AND RESCHEDULED TO JULY 30, 2019 AT 5:30PM (Sullivan Chamber) Tuesday, July 30, 2019 5:30 PM Special City Council Meeting (Sullivan Chamber) Thursday, August 1, 2019 5:30 PM
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The Ordinance Committee will conduct a public hearing

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to continue discussion on the proposed amendment to

the Zoning Ordinance to create an Affordable Housing

Overlay District. THIS HEARING WILL BE TELEVISED (Sullivan Chamber) Wednesday, August 14, 2019 5:30 PM

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, hearing, and housing

The Ordinance Committee will conduct a public hearing

to discuss a zoning petition filed by the City Council to amend the Zoning Ordinance for create a new section in Section 19.20, entitled Project Review Special Permit. THIS HEARING WILL BE TELEVISED (Sullivan Chamber) Monday, September 9, 2019 5:30 PM Regular City Council Meeting (Sullivan Chamber) Monday, September 9, 2019 6:30 PM The City Council will hold a public hearing on the disposition of a leasehold interest in 420 parking spaces and approximately 9,000 square feet of ground floor

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, hearing, and parking

retail (together the Leasehold Interest ) in the First Street Garage, located at 55 First Street and owned by the City of Cambridge, to the developer Laggatt MCCall

Tagged Passions:streets

Properties, which was conditionally awarded the bid pursuant to G.L. Chapter 30B subject to the review and approval of the disposition of the Leasehold Interest by

the City Council pursuant to the City s Municipal Disposition Ordinance, Chapter 2.110 of the Cambridge Municipal Code (the disposition Ordinance ). This hearing will be held pursuant to the Disposition Ordinance As part of the legal requirements for disposing of the Leasehold Interest. THIS HEARING WILL BE TELEVISED (Sullivan Chamber) CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019 Wednesday, September 11, 2019 5:30 PM The Health and Environmental Committee will conduct a joint public hearing with the Climate Resilience Zoning Task Force to receive an update on the Task Force s progress to date and to receive input and feedback. THIS HEARING WILL BE TELEVISED (Sullivan Chamber) Monday, September 16, 2019 5:30 PM Regular City Council Meeting (Sullivan Chamber) Monday, September 23, 2019 5:30 PM Regular City Council Meeting (Sullivan Chamber) Monday, October 7, 2019 5:30 PM Regular City Council Meeting (Sullivan Chamber) CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, health, ordinance, legal, zoning, environment, and hearing

I.
CITY MANAGER'S AGENDA

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1.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to a request for

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

approval of an application for a Jitney License to USA Guided Tours Boston, LLC.

CMA 2019 193
Tagged Passions:license and ride sharing and hailing

2.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the reappointments

and appointment of a new member of the Cambridge Health Alliance Board of Trustees: New

Tagged Passions:health, appointments, communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Appointment: Paula Paris Reappointment: Rob Buchanan, Kathleen McGilvray, Mary Jane Kornacki,

Claire Leporte, Joshua Posner and Alexander White CMA 2019 194 3. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Leadership Scholarship Program Grant funded from the State 911 Department in the amount of 10,000 to the Grant Fund Emergency Communications Salaries and Wages account ( 3,790) and to the Grant Fund Emergency Communications Travel and Training account ( 6,210) which will be used to cover personnel costs, training fees, and travel costs for the employee who receives the scholarship to attend a designated Leadership Certification Program. CMA 2019 195 4. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, 911, appointments, travel, personnel, public safety, program, emergency, training, communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

an FY20 State 911 Department Support and Incentive Grant in the amount of 376,330 to the Grant

Fund Emergency Communications Salaries and Wages account ( 287,407), and to the Other Ordinary

Tagged Passions:grant, 911, emergency, communications, Communications, and incentive

Maintenance account ( 88,923) which will support the costs of Emergency Communications Center

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:emergency, communications, and Communications

personnel salaries and overtime and annual maintenance costs of dispatch-related software.

CMA 2019 196 5. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of

Tagged Passions:funding, 911, personnel, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, information technology, and Information Technology

an FY20 State 911 Department Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) Grant in the amount of 23,747 to

the Grant Fund Emergency Communications Other Ordinary Maintenance Account which will be used

Tagged Passions:grant, 911, emergency, communications, and Communications

to support administering quality assurance for the emergency medical protocol used by staff to provide

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pre and post-dispatch instructions for medical emergencies.

CMA 2019 197 6. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of
Tagged Passions:funding, 911, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, and instruction

an FY20 State 911 Department Training grant in the amount of 143,764 to the Grant Fund Emergency

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, 911, emergency, and training

Communications Salary and Wages account ( 99,929), Other Ordinary Maintenance account ( 1,437),

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and Travel and Training account ( 42,398) which will support training of Emergency Communications

Center personnel, classroom fees, and training materials. CMA 2019 198

Tagged Passions:travel, personnel, materials, emergency, training, communications, and Communications

7.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-72, regarding a report on the condition of the Sullivan Courthouse. CMA 2019 199 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019 8. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of supplemental appropriation of a grant from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security's (EOPSS) Traffic Enforcement Grant Program in the amount of 9,800 to the Grant Fund

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, security, public safety, program, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, and traffic

Police Department Extraordinary Expenditures account which will be used to purchase lidar equipment

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:equipment, public safety, and purchasing

to continue the Department s traffic enforcement and public safety efforts. CMA 2019 200

Tagged Passions:public safety and traffic

9.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-53, regarding a report on how media collected by handheld photo/video devices is

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

used, stored, and shared.

CMA 2019 201

Tagged Passions:commercial

10.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-60, regarding a report on adding a cybercrime assessment section to the list of monthly BridgeStat reports. CMA 2019 202

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

11.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Item Number 19-39, regarding the creation of an arts friendly page highlighting the key licenses and

permits available to support artists, arts organization, and creative enterprises in developing and producing their work for the benefit of local and regional audiences. CMA 2019 203

Tagged Passions:arts and license

12.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-14, regarding a survey of local arts organizations and private foundations that may support their work. CMA 2019 204

Tagged Passions:arts, communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

13.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 18-83, regarding summertime programming to help reduce the threat of violence. CMA 2019 205 14. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of the Massachusetts Department of Education, Adult and Community Learning Services ESOL Grant in the amount of 88,766.00 to the Grant Fund Human Service Programs Salary and Wages account ( 81,683.00), to the Other Ordinary Maintenance account ( 6,683.00), and to the Travel and Training account ( 400.00) which will support core ESOL services provided by the Community Learning Center. CMA 2019 206 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019 15. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Adult and

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, travel, services, program, training, communications, administrator, manager, education, and Communications

Community Learning Services, in the amount of 837,930.00 to the Grant Fund Human Service

No additional detail provided

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Programs Salary and Wages account ( 777,243.00), to the Other Ordinary Maintenance account

( 60,357.00), and to the Travel and Training account ( 330.00) to funding the Community Learning Center s primary ESOL and ABE teaching, advising (education, career, out-stationed), and assessment, the grant provides for coordination of services to students with documented disabilities, math and

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, travel, services, program, training, education, and students

English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum development and coordination, ESOL curriculum

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:arts, development, curriculum, Development, and education

development, technology coordination, volunteer coordination, outreach activities and child care

Tagged Passions:development, Technology, Development, technology, Child Care, and volunteer

services to the ESOL family literacy class at the Peabody School. It also includes administrative costs

for data entry, reception, clerical work, and fiscal tracking and will also supports the second CAN
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training program for FY20, which provides an integrated education and training program for immigrant

Tagged Passions:program, training, education, and Immigration

adults in the Metro North area who are interested in becoming certified nursing assistants and home

health aides (CAN/HHA). CMA 2019 207 16. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of the Adult and Community Learning Services grant received from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) in the amount of 130,000.00 to the Grant Fund Human Service Programs Salary and Wages account ( 125,959.00), and to the Other Ordinary Maintenance account ( 4,041.00) which will be used for ESOL services. CMA 2019 208 17. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) from the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) in the amount of 116,748.00 to the Grant Fund Human Services Salary and Wages account ( 3,948.00) and to the Grant Fund Human Services Other Ordinary Maintenance account ( 112,800.00) which will support the Support for Tenants at Risk (STAR) homelessness
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, development, Public Transit, risk, services, program, emergency, Development, communications, rental, administrator, manager, education, Communications, and housing

prevention program based at the Multi-Service Center and to contract with Eliot Community Services

for a clinician who will be based at Cambridge District Court and/or the Eastern Housing court, a legal service provider (Greater Boston Legal Services) who will provide legal advice to tenants at risk of homelessness, and to provide rental and/or financial assistance to prevent homelessness. CMA 2019 209 18. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of the Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) grant for the King Open Preschool, the Martin Luther King Jr. Preschool and the Kennedy/Longfellow Preschool, received from the Massachusetts Department of

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, finance, legal, preschool, contract, risk, services, program, communications, rental, administrator, manager, Communications, court, and housing

Early Education and Care, in the amount of 78,209.00, to the Grant Fund Human Service Programs

Salaries and Wages account ( 6,761.00) and to the Grant Fund Human Services Other Ordinary

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Maintenance account ( 71,448.00) which will be used to support and enhance the quality of education

for preschool children in UPK classrooms through professional development, curriculum enrichment, and parent involvement. CMA 2019 210 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019 19. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of a Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) grant in the amount of 58,995.00 to the

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, preschool, development, curriculum, Development, communications, administrator, manager, education, and Communications

Grant Fund Human Service Programs Salary and Wages account ( 32,387.00) and to the Grant Fund

No additional detail provided

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Human Service Programs Other Ordinary Maintenance account ( 26,608.00) which will provide an

No additional detail provided

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integrated education and training program for immigrant adults in the Metro North area who are

interested in becoming certified nursing assistants and home health aides (CNA/HHA). CMA 2019 211 20. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of a Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) grant in the amount of 79,992.00 to the

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, Public Transit, program, training, communications, administrator, manager, education, Communications, and Immigration

Grant Fund Human Service Programs Salary and Wages account ( 47,084.00), and to the Programs

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant and program

Other Ordinary Maintenance account ( 32,908.00) which will be used to provide an integrated

education and training program to adults in the Metro North area who want to start a career in the Information Technology field and work as Computer User Support Specialists, Help Desk Technicians, etc. CMA 2019 212
Tagged Passions:Public Transit, program, Technology, training, technology, education, information technology, and Information Technology

21.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Item Number 19-80, regarding constructions costs for Inman Square and Awaiting Report Item Number

No additional detail provided

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19-87, regarding the contractor for Inman Square.

CMA 2019 213

22.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Numbers 19-13, 19-71 and 19-78, regarding Eversource substation expansion, energy projections

Tagged Passions:expansion, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, and energy

and overall update on process.

CMA 2019 214

23.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-59, regarding exploring a pilot for Level 1 (110V) EV and micromobility charging stations on street light poles throughout the city. CMA 2019 215

Tagged Passions:streets, streetscape, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, pole, and traffic

24.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-07, regarding a report on Boston's electric vehicle charging station home rule petition

Tagged Passions:electric, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, and Electric Vehicles

and propose similar language for City Council consideration.

CMA 2019 216
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25.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 18-141, regarding a report on safe way to bring power to the curb and across sidewalks to power electric vehicles. CMA 2019 217

Tagged Passions:streets, electric, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, Electric Vehicles, and Pedestrian

26.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Item Number 19-36, regarding the PTDM Ordinance.

CMA 2019 218

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27.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Item Number 19-82, regarding the possibility of Bluebikes system expanding into the

Alewife/Cambridge Highlands area. CMA 2019 219 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY 2019 28. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of

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75,000 from the Mitigation Revenue Stabilization Fund (211 Concord Turnpike/Lanes Games

25,000, and 35 CambridgePark Drive 50,000) to the Public Investment Fund Community Development Extraordinary Expenditures account which will be used for the purchase and expenses of Bluebikes bikeshare equipment. CMA 2019 220 29. Transmitting Communication from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the appropriation of
Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, development, purchasing, Development, communications, investment, administrator, manager, and Communications

18,350 from the Bluebikes Capital Projects Equipment Fund to the Public Investment Fund

Tagged Passions:equipment, capital spending, Capital Spending, and investment

Community Development Department Extraordinary Expense Account donated to the bikeshare

program by Biomed Realty and will be used for the purchase and expenses of Bluebikes bikeshare equipment. CMA 2019 221

Tagged Passions:equipment, development, program, purchasing, Development, and community development

30.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 19-51, regarding safety concerns at the intersection of Garden Street, Field Street, and Alpine Street. CMA 2019 222

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

31.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Item Number 19-81, regarding the new traffic signals at the intersection of Broadway and Ellery Street.

CMA 2019 223

Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

32.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 18-60, regarding small business parking pilot. CMA 2019 224

Tagged Passions:business, communications, small business, administrator, manager, Communications, and parking

33.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting Report

Item Number 18-87, regarding editing capabilities for navigation applications. CMA 2019 225 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

II.
CALENDAR

CHARTER RIGHT

1.
An application was received from Arne Abramson, requesting permission for a curb cut at the

premises numbered 55 Broadway; said petition has received approval from Inspectional Services,

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Traffic, Parking and Transportation, Historical Commission and Public Works. Response has been

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, historical, transportation, Public Works, public works, traffic, and parking

received from the neighborhood association.

APP 2019 57 UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Tagged Passions:business and neighborhood

2.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to proposed

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

amendments to the following ordinance: and proposed amendments to Chapter 14.04 of the

Cambridge Municipal Code (the Fair Housing Ordinance). Fair Housing (passed to a 2nd reading) AWAITING HOME RULE LEGISLATION-BEFORE PROPOSAL CAN BE ORDAINED CMA 2018 234
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3.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to Awaiting

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Report Item Number 18-108, regarding a report on offering early voting in City Council and

School Committee Elections. PENDING RESPONSE FROM LEGISLATURE CMA 2018 286
Tagged Passions:council, voting, election, education, and voting rights

4.
A communication transmitted from Louis A. DePasquale, City Manager, relative to the proposed

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

Cannabis Business Permitting Ordinance. ON OR AFTER APRIL 22, 2019 THE QUESTION

COMES ON PASSAGE TO BE ORDAINED CMA 2019 86
Tagged Passions:ordinance and business

5.
An application was received from East Boston Savings Bank, requesting permission for one

internal illuminating projecting sign and four awnings at the premises numbered 1739 Massachusetts Avenue approval has been received from Inspectional Services, Department of Public Works, Community Development Department and abutter. APP 2019 42 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:development, services, Development, Public Works, public works, and community development

III.
APPLICATIONS AND PETITIONS

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1.
An application was received from MIT Visual Arts Center requesting permission for fifteen temporary

banners on Ames Street, Memorial Drive to Main Street, announcing Public Art at MIT from August 5,

Tagged Passions:streets and arts

2019 thru October 13, 2019.

APP 2019 58

2.
An application was received from Nicola Williams requesting permission for a temporary banner across

the Public Way located at Massachusetts Avenue in front of City Hall, Massachusetts Avenue at JFK at

Mount Auburn Street announcing Cambridge Carnival International from August 26, 2019 thru

APP 2019 59
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3.
An application was received from John Kessen of Cafe Du Pays, requesting permission for 3 tables and

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chairs at the premises numbered 233 Cardinal Medeiros Avenue.

APP 2019 60

4.
An application was received from IMA Pizza Store 22, requesting permission for seven tables and 13

No additional detail provided

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chairs at the premises numbered 3 Brattle Street.

APP 2019 61
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5.
An application was received from Amistad Ventures, requesting permission for a sidewalk sign in front

of the premises numbered 614 Massachusetts Avenue. APP 2019 62

Tagged Passions:streets and Pedestrian

6.
An application was received from Richard Pretorius representing Rayban, requesting permission for one

No additional detail provided

projecting sign and one awning at the premises numbered 19 Brattle Street. Approval has been received

No additional detail provided

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from Inspectional Services, Department of Public Works, Community Development Department and

abutter. APP 2019 63
Tagged Passions:development, services, Development, Public Works, public works, and community development

7.
An application was received from Yoki Restaurant, requesting permission for two projecting signs and

two awnings at the premises numbered 1876 Massachusetts Avenue. approval has been received from Inspectional Services, Department of Public Works, Community Development Department and abutter. APP 2019 64

Tagged Passions:development, restaurants, services, Development, Public Works, public works, and community development

8.
An application was received from Kelly Boucher, requesting permission for a curb cut at the premises

numbered 227 Prospect Street; said petition has received approval from Inspectional Services, Traffic, Parking and Transportation, Historical Commission and Public Works. No response has been received from the neighborhood association. APP 2019 65

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, historical, transportation, services, Public Works, public works, traffic, neighborhood, and parking

9.
An application was received from Kelly Brown representing MIT Massachusetts Institute of

Technology, requesting permission for seventy-four (74) awnings at the premises numbered 189 Vassar Street. Approval has been received from Inspectional Services, Department of Public Works, Community Development Department and abutters. APP 2019 66 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:streets, development, services, Technology, Development, technology, Public Works, public works, and community development

10.
A revised Petition Has been received from Stephen R. Karp, Trustee of Cambridge Side Galeria

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Associates trust to amend the Cambridge Zoning Ordinance by adding a new Section 13.100 to Article

No additional detail provided

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13.00 of the Zoning Ordinance and to amend the Zoning Map to add a new PUD-8 District overlay that

certain area (which includes parcels and portions of ways and streets) labeled as PUD-8 district . APP 2019 67
Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, and property

11.
A petition was received from Daniel Wolf, regarding Sacramento No-Dog Petition and related materials.

APP 2019 68 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

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IV.
COMMUNICATIONS

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1.
A communication was received from Bob and Debbie Barnes, 303 3rd Street, regarding the Sullivan

Courthouse redevelopment project.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

2.
A communication was received from Jacquelyn Smith, 7 Ashburton Place, regarding decisions before

the City Council.

Tagged Passions:council, communications, and Communications

3.
A communication was received from Judith Kamm, 21 Otis Street, regarding the Spring Street parking

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and parking

lot lease to Leggatt McCall.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing

4.
A communication was received from Ali Malihi, 17 Otis Street, regarding the Sullivan Courthouse

building in East Cambridge and the leasing of the spaces in the public municipal parking lot on First Street.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, Communications, and parking

5.
A communication was received from Lisa Griffith, 111 Magazine Street, regarding the First Street

garage parking disposition.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and parking

6.
A communication was received from Jose Estrela, 29 Otis Street, regarding the Sullivan Courthouse

development and parking.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, Development, communications, Communications, and parking

7.
A communication was received from Zach Sloan, COO/CFO, InnerCity Weightlifting, Inc., regarding

the First Street Garage.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

8.
A communication was received from Christopher Schmidt, 17 Laurel Street, regarding the Sullivan

Courthouse parking disposition.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and parking

9.
A communication was received from Doug and Rebecca Castoldi, 82 Otis Street, regarding support for

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

First Street garage.

Tagged Passions:streets

10.
A communication was received from Ilan Levy, Vice-President, ECPT, regarding the Sullivan

Courthouse.

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

11.
A communication was received from Ladan Khamsi, 29 Otis Street, regarding the Sullivan Courthouse

project. CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

12.
A communication was received from Carolyn Magid, 71 Reed Street, regarding the Sullivan Courthouse

and parking disposition.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and parking

13.
A communication was received from Henry H. Wortis, 106 Berkshire Street, regarding the Sullivan

Courthouse redevelopment.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

14.
A communication was received from Sheli Wortis, 106 Berkshire Street, regarding the First Street

parking garage.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and parking

15.
A communication was received from Monica Guan, 62 Hurley Street, regarding the First Street garage

and the Sullivan Courthouse.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

16.
A communication was received from Jane Regan, 90 Lexington Avenue, regarding the Sullivan

Courthouse site and the potential leasing of First Street Garage parking spaces.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, Communications, and parking

17.
A communication was received from Carolyn Shipley, 15 Laurel Street, regarding deplorable state of

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

Hoyt Field parking lot/Moore Youth Center/Tot lot.

Tagged Passions:youth and parking

18.
A communication was received from Joseph A. Aiello, 207 Charles Street, regarding the Sullivan

Courthouse and First Street Garage.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

19.
A communication was received from Michele Sprengnether, 31 Chilton Street, regarding the New Street

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

Overlay proposal and insufficient fitness facilities in Cambridge.

No additional detail provided

20.
A communication was received from Marilyn Wellons, 651 Greet Street, regarding First Street Garage.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

21.
A communication was received from Susan Redlich, 19 Sacramento Street, regarding public parking

lease.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, Communications, and parking

22.
A communication was received from Peter Valentine, regarding asteroid destroying the earth.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

23.
A communication was received from Joan Krizack, 79 Pemberton Street, regarding Affordable Housing

Ovelay.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and housing

24.
A communication was received from John Lee, regarding opposition for the playground of 2 million

dollars we feel it has needs of seasonal only for Autistic Children. CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:parks, communications, and Communications

25.
A communication was received from Abra Berkowitz, 632 Massachusetts Avenue, regarding

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

consultation with First Street garage parkers.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

26.
A communication was received from Ann Dix, 34 Maple Avenue, regarding voting no on Courthouse

development.

Tagged Passions:voting, development, Development, communications, and Communications

27.
A communication was received from Kim Young, 17 Norris Street, regarding a for-profit developer to

use one of his existing properties for an AHO project.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

28.
A communication was received from Jason Alves, regarding support for Leggat McCall Properties.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

29.
A communication was received from Jason Alves, regarding support of parking lease.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, communications, Communications, and parking

30.
A communication was received from Fred Pretorius, 103 Otis Street, regarding urging to approve the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

proposal for the First Street Garage Parking.

Tagged Passions:streets and parking

31.
A communication was received from Jude Glaubman, 154 Auburn Street, regarding vote no on private

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

parking lease at First Street Garage.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, and parking

32.
A communication was received from John Roberts, 321 Huron Avenue, regarding support for keeping

the Sullivan Courthouse as a public asset.

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

33.
A communication was received from Leslie Crystal, regarding vote no on Parking Garage Lease.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:leasing, communications, Communications, and parking

34.
A communication was received from Kelsey Heebink, 350 Pearl Street, regarding vote no on the

Parking Garage Lease.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, Communications, and parking

35.
A communication was received from Catherine Wright, 17 Otis Street, regarding support of Leggat

McCall's proposed development of the Sullivan Courthouse.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, Development, communications, and Communications

36.
A communication was received from Kathy Watkins, 90 Fawcett Street, regarding vote no on long-term

lease City Carage.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, and Communications

37.
A communication was received from Cindy Marsh, 16 Laurel Street, regarding vote no on First Street

Garage Lease. CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, and Communications

38.
A communication was received from Patricia Bull, 399 Broadway, regarding vote no on the Parking

Garage Lease.

Tagged Passions:leasing, communications, Communications, and parking

39.
A communication was received from Carolyn Shipley, regarding Sullivan Square and Tubman Park.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks, communications, and Communications

40.
A communication was received from Carolyn Shipley, regarding no left turn on Massachusetts Avenue

and Prospect/Western Avenue.

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

41.
A communication was received from Carolyn Shipley, regarding parking garage at Courthouse.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, Communications, and parking

42.
A communication was received from Nicolai Cauchy, 387 Huron Avenue, regarding no GROWTH in

Cambridge.

Tagged Passions:communications, Communications, and growth

43.
A communication was received from Tom and Sue Owen, 950 Massachusetts Avenue, regarding

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

opposition to the Affordable Housing Overlay petition.

Tagged Passions:housing

44.
A communication was received from Yarlennys Villaman, 20 Child Street, regarding approve the lease

for First Street Garage.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, and Communications

45.
A communication was received from Robert Camacho, 24 Corporal Burns Road, regarding SSG

proposal, AHO, Evolve Fitness Center.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

46.
A communication was received fromMichele Sprengnether, 31 Chilton Street, regarding New Street

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

Overlay proposal and insufficient fitness facilities in Cambridge recreation.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recreation

47.
A communication was received fromJoe Aiello, 207 Charles Street, regarding Sullivan Courthouse

Redevelopment and First Street Garage parking lease.

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, communications, Communications, and parking

48.
A communication was received from Annette Lamond, 7 Riedesel Avenue, regarding support for Robert

Simha's letter against the AHO proposal.

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

49.
A communication was received from Lauren O'Neal, 146 Third Street, regarding Affordable Housing

Overlay petition.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and housing

50.
A communication was received from Christopher Mackin, 17 Story Street, regarding Affordable

Housing Overlay. CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, Communications, and housing

51.
A communication was received from lyn Kardatzke, 20 Second Street, regarding Sullivan Courthouse

redevelopment.

Tagged Passions:streets, communications, and Communications

52.
A communication was received from Kelly Dolan, Upland Road, regarding Affordable Housing Zoning

petition.

Tagged Passions:zoning, communications, Communications, and housing

53.
A communication was received from Kim Young, regarding continued hearing on 100 Affordable

Housing Overlay Zoning petition.

Tagged Passions:zoning, communications, hearing, Communications, and housing

54.
A communication was received from Carol Weinhaus, regarding AHO problems.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

55.
A communication was received from Kendal Square Association, 344 Broadway, regarding support for

proposed mixed use commercial and residential development project at 40 Thorndike Street.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, Development, communications, commercial, and Communications

56.
A communication was received from Jane Regan, regarding brief points regarding the City Manager,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications, administrator, manager, and Communications

asbestos clean-up and affordable housing crisis.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:housing

57.
A communication was received from Rebecca Ramsay, regarding support for solutions to an ecological

problem.

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

58.
A communication was received from Helen Snively, regarding Pod Patrol.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

59.
A communication was received from Robert J. La Tremouille, regarding secret destruction of Magazine

Beach.

Tagged Passions:beach, communications, and Communications

60.
A communication was received from Lee Pedro, 14 Roosevelt Towers, regarding Affordable Housing.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:cell tower, Cell tower, communications, Communications, and housing

61.
Sundry communications were received in support the redevelopment of the Sullivan Courthouse and

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

First Street Parking Garage.

Tagged Passions:streets and parking

62.
A communication was received from Sarah Eusden Gallop, MIT Government and Community

Relations, regarding curb cut application for the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center project is included in the Council packet tonight for your review and approval. As you know, MIT is acting as the agent for the federal government in this instance, in accordance with its agreement with the U.S.

Tagged Passions:council, transportation, communications, and Communications

General Services Administration (GSA)..

Tagged Passions:services

63.
A communication was received from Marc Levy, regarding finding of the Attorney General's office

about violations of Open Meeting Law by our Police Review and Advisory Board. CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:legal, public safety, communications, and Communications

V.
RESOLUTIONS

1. Resolution on the death of Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter.

Vice Mayor Devereux, Mayor McGovern, Councillor Mallon

RES 2019 236 2. Resolution on the death of Stephen Stevie Martin. RES 2019 237 3. Resolution on the death of Virginia Ginny Taylor. RES 2019 238 4. Resolution on the death of James Jim Hazlett. RES 2019 239

5.
Thanks to Selvin Chambers for his service to Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House as the Interim

Director.

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Simmons, Councillor Mallon, Councillor Siddiqui

RES 2019 240 6. Resolution on the death of Anthony Sylvester. RES 2019 241 7. Resolution on the death of Saint Victor Cadet. RES 2019 242 8. Resolution on the death of Laudalino Ferreira. RES 2019 243 9. Resolution on the death of Branca De Andrade. RES 2019 244 10. Resolution on the death of Maria de Jesus Moniz. RES 2019 245 11. Resolution on the death of Francis Fran Casey Sr. RES 2019 246 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019 12. Resolution on the death of John J. Courtney, Sr. RES 2019 247 13. Resolution on the death of Vaughan Barton. RES 2019 248 14. Resolution on the death of Dolores Beba Durette. RES 2019 249

15.
Congratulations to Alan Lappas on being named Executive Director of Neville Place.

RES 2019 250

16.
Thanks to the Sufi Service Committee for their dedication and goodwill and congratulations for

another successful year fostering community and wishing them continued success for many more

years of service.

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Siddiqui RES 2019 251

17.
Congratulations to Hans Richter on his retirement from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

RES 2019 252

Tagged Passions:retirement, seniors, Technology, and technology

18.
Congratulations to Ellen Mass for her dedication to protecting the environment and providing

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Conservation and environment

stewardship of the Alewife Reservation and best wishes on her retirement.

RES 2019 253 19. Resolution on the death of Claudio Pimentel RES 2019 254 20. Resolution on the death of Maureen Manning. Councillor Toomey, Councillor Mallon RES 2019 255 21. Resolution on the death of Kenneth Ken Halloran. RES 2019 256
Tagged Passions:retirement and seniors

22.
Congratulations to Elon Fyfield on the release of his Debut Album titled Ocean View.

RES 2019 257 23. Resolution on the death of Ronnie Rose. RES 2019 258 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

24.
Congratulations to James O'Connor on his retirement from the Department of Public Works.

Mayor McGovern RES 2019 259

Tagged Passions:retirement, seniors, Public Works, and public works

25.
Retirement of Dale Cusack from the Traffic, Parking and Transportation Department.

Mayor McGovern RES 2019 260

Tagged Passions:retirement, seniors, transportation, traffic, and parking

26.
Congratulations to Robert Skinner on his retirement from the Water Department.

Mayor McGovern RES 2019 261

Tagged Passions:retirement, utility, Utility, seniors, and water

27.
Congratulations to Michelle Hairston on her retirement from the Department of Human Services.

Mayor McGovern RES 2019 262

Tagged Passions:retirement, seniors, and services

28.
Retirement of Anne Beaulieu from the Emergency Communications Department.

Mayor McGovern RES 2019 263

Tagged Passions:retirement, seniors, emergency, communications, and Communications

29.
Retirement of Jean Ryan from the Cambridge Police Department.

Mayor McGovern RES 2019 264 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:retirement, public safety, and seniors

VI.
POLICY ORDER AND RESOLUTION LIST

Tagged Passions:policy

1.
That the City Manager is requested to direct the Department of Public Works to pay additional attention

to the cleaning and maintenance of Greene-Rose Heritage Park for the balance of the summer season and going forward. POR 2019 235 2. City Council support of H.2875 bill extending the electric vehicle consumer rebate program.

Tagged Passions:council, program, electric, parks, Public Works, public works, administrator, manager, and Electric Vehicles

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Zondervan

POR 2019 236

3.
That the City Manager is requested to work with the Department of Public Works, the Water

Department and members of the Pod Patrol to reach out to Somerville and local organizations, including the Cambridge Plant and Garden Club, the Cambridge Committee on Public Planting, and Green Cambridge, to coordinate with Somerville s efforts in initiating more robust and regional public outreach on the dangers of black swallow-wort.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, plant, Public Works, public works, administrator, and manager

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Zondervan, Councillor Siddiqui

POR 2019 237

4.
That the City Manager is requested to facilitate a meeting that includes representatives from the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

Department of Conservation and Recreation, Harvard University, The Charles Hotel, the Harvard

Tagged Passions:hotel, Conservation, university, and recreation

Square Business Association and the Harvard Square Neighborhood Association, and the Residences at

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business and neighborhood

Charles Square Condominium Association (975 Memorial Drive) to discuss how to work together on a

plan to restore the fountain dedicated to President John F. Kennedy.

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Carlone, Councillor Kelley

POR 2019 238

5.
That the City Manager is requested to direct the Department of Public Works (DPW) to provide a report

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, administrator, and manager

on how DPW prioritizes streets that need repaving but are not in the five-year street and sidewalk

reconstruction plan, a report on how streets are selected for interim paving improvements to address bicycle travel conditions, and a list of streets that received paving improvements as a result of this
Tagged Passions:streets, travel, Bicycles, Pedestrian, and bicycles

allocation during the past five years, as well as a list of streets that will be prioritized as part of PB 5

Smoother Cycling. Vice Mayor Devereux, Mayor McGovern, Councillor Kelley POR 2019 239
Tagged Passions:streets

6.
City Council opposition to any proposal that would increase allowable semi-truck weight or trailer

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and transportation

length without the ability to regulate such at the municipal level.

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Kelley, Councillor Zondervan, Councillor Siddiqui

POR 2019 240

7.
That the Government Operations/Rules and Claims Committee be and hereby is requested to coordinate

No additional detail provided

with relevant representatives from the Attorney General s office and the City Manager s office to hold a meeting, to include City staff, to review Open Meeting Law requirements for elected and appointed City

officials.

Tagged Passions:legal, appointments, administrator, and manager

Councillor Kelley, Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Siddiqui, Councillor Zondervan

POR 2019 241 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

8.
That the City Manager is requested to work with the Police Department and other appropriate

departments to determine whether idling vehicles may be added as a complaint category in SeeClickFix, or whether a non-emergency text hotline could be set up to transmit photographic or video evidence of

Tagged Passions:public safety, emergency, administrator, and manager

truck idling and blocked bike lanes to the Police Department or other department that can enforce the

idling laws

Tagged Passions:public safety, transportation, Bicycles, and bicycles

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Zondervan

POR 2019 242

9.
That the City Manager is requested to confer with the appropriate City staff to provide the supporting

documentation as it relates to the claim of a decrease in cyclists running red lights. Councillor Kelley POR 2019 243

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

10.
That the City Manager is requested to work with relevant City departments to post the information from

the Cambridge Public Health Department about safe needle disposal in city parks and public buildings and to direct the Police Commissioner to establish stricter enforcement of city park hours and direct the

Tagged Passions:health, public safety, parks, administrator, and manager

Commissioner of Public Works Department to increase the level of hand-sweepers cleaning the city

parks and to share what safety precautions the workers are using. Councillor Toomey, Councillor Kelley POR 2019 244
Tagged Passions:parks, Public Works, and public works

11.
That the Government Operations/Rules and Claims Committee is requested to coordinate with relevant

staff to hold a meeting to discuss the feasibility of adding a private attorney budget item to the City POR 2019 245

Tagged Passions:legal and budget

12.
That the City Manager is requested to direct the Department of Public Works to take measures to

landscape and clean up the Rindge Avenue and Alewife Brook Parkway area.

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, buildings and grounds, administrator, and manager

Councillor Siddiqui, Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Kelley, Councillor Mallon

POR 2019 246

13.
That the City Manager is requested to confer with the Department of Human Services on the matter of

increasing the amount of funding assistance provided to the Multi-Service Center by the City of Cambridge. Councillor Siddiqui, Mayor McGovern, Councillor Simmons, Councillor Toomey POR 2019 247

Tagged Passions:funding, services, administrator, and manager

14.
That the City Manager is requested to confer with the appropriate City staff on removing the

noncompliant Ant Bikes from City property, after providing a warning to the operator. POR 2019 248

Tagged Passions:property, administrator, manager, Bicycles, and bicycles

15.
That the Public Safety Committee hold a meeting to discuss safety plans associated with the Inman

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety

Square redesign to help ensure that the Inman Square area is as safe as possible both during construction

activity and after work hours. Councillor Kelley, Councillor Toomey, Councillor Simmons POR 2019 249 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:construction

16.
That the Neighborhood and Long Term Planning Committee is requested to hold a hearing to review

City policy on sidewalk surface treatments, with the goal of clearly establishing that where sidewalks are or traditionally were made of brick, the sidewalks should remain or become brick, when feasible after sidewalk work. Councillor Kelley, Councillor Zondervan, Vice Mayor Devereux POR 2019 250

Tagged Passions:planning, streets, hearing, policy, Pedestrian, and neighborhood

17.
That the proposed zoning amendments to Articles 2.00 and 4.32 of the Cambridge Zoning Ordinance to

permit Shared Mobility be referred to the Ordinance Committee for further review. Councillor Kelley, Councillor Zondervan, Councillor Mallon POR 2019 251

Tagged Passions:ordinance and zoning

18.
That the Public Safety Committee is requested to hold a meeting with relevant City and School staff to

determine how Cambridge informs minors of their rights and obligations under the law and to determine what types of teaching tools might best be used to expand this important knowledge. Councillor Kelley, Councillor Mallon, Councillor Simmons, Vice Mayor Devereux POR 2019 252

Tagged Passions:public safety and education

19.
That the City Manager is requested to confer with the appropriate City staff on the feasibility of

implementing an additional regulatory requirement for listing a registration/license number for Short- Term Rentals. Councillor Kelley, Mayor McGovern, Councillor Siddiqui, Councillor Simmons POR 2019 253

Tagged Passions:regulation, rental, administrator, manager, and license

20.
That the Executive Assistant to the City Council confer with the Dedication Committee to consider the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

request from Councillor Toomey for a suitable dedication in the vicinity of May Street and Lawn Court

in honor of World War II Veteran John Daniliuk. POR 2019 254
Tagged Passions:legal, streets, and court

21.
That the Amendment to Chapter 2.128 Surveillance Ordinance Technology be forwarded to the Public

Safety Committee for a hearing. Mayor McGovern, Councillor Kelley, Councillor Siddiqui POR 2019 255

Tagged Passions:ordinance, Technology, technology, hearing, and surveillance

22.
Dedicating the Family and Social Justice Section in the Cambridge Police Department in Honor of

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:public safety

Robert C. Haas.

Mayor McGovern POR 2019 256

23.
That the City Manager is requested to work with the Community Development Department to collect

data on how many households have taken advantage of Cambridge Energy Alliance services. POR 2019 257

Tagged Passions:development, services, Development, administrator, manager, energy, and community development

24.
That the City Manager is requested to schedule community meetings with Cambridge residents to

discuss design options and strategies to guide the City s work with DCR on the Memorial Drive Phase III project.

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

Vice Mayor Devereux, Councillor Zondervan, Councillor Kelley, Councillor Carlone

POR 2019 258 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY 2019

25.
That the City Manager is requested to instruct the License Commission and City Solicitor s office to drop all charges against UpperWest and its owners, to reconsider UpperWest s package store application, and to issue a public apology to UpperWest and its owners.

POR 2019 259 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:alcohol, boards and commissions, Solicitor, commercial, administrator, manager, and license

VII.
COMMITTEE REPORTS

No additional detail provided

1.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Vice Mayor Jan Devereux, Co-Chair and Councillor Quinton Zondervan, Co-Chair of the Health and Environment Committee for a public hearing held on June 4, 2019 to discuss the proposed 100 Affordable Housing Overlay as it relates to the tree canopy, open space, green space and stormwater management CRT 2019 48

Tagged Passions:health, Conservation, environment, trees, communications, hearing, Communications, stormwater, and housing

2.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Councillor Dennis J. Carlone Co-Chair and Councillor Craig A. Kelley, Co-Chair of the Ordinance Committee, for a public hearing held on June 26, 2019 to discuss a petition received from Self

Tagged Passions:ordinance, communications, hearing, and Communications

Storage Group, LLC to amend the Zoning Ordinance by creating a New Street Overlay District.

CRT 2019 49

Tagged Passions:ordinance and zoning

3.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Councillor Dennis J. Carlone Co-Chair and Councillor Craig A. Kelley, Co-Chair of the Ordinance Committee, for a public hearing held on July 11, 2019 to discuss the refiled petition from Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. to amend the Zoning Ordinance in Article 20 to add at the end thereof the creation of a Grand Junction Pathway Overlay District CRT 2019 50

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, communications, hearing, and Communications

4.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Councillor Dennis J. Carlone Co-Chair and Councillor Craig A. Kelley, Co-Chair of the Ordinance Committee, for a public hearing held on June 27, 2019 was to continue discussions on a proposed

Tagged Passions:ordinance, communications, hearing, and Communications

amendment to the Municipal Code to add a new Chapter 5.50 entitled Cannabis Business Permitting Ordinance.

CRT 2019 51
Tagged Passions:ordinance and business

5.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Councillor Alanna Mallon, Co-Chair and Councillor Sumbul Siddiqui, Co-Chair of the Human

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Services and Veterans Committee, for a public hearing held on June 19, 2019 to discuss the results of

the City Manager s Opioid Task Force Report and the recommendations that could be implemented to reduce the harmful effects of the opioid crisis in the City of Cambridge. CRT 2019 52
Tagged Passions:veterans, services, hearing, administrator, manager, and opioid abuse

6.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Vice Mayor Jan Devereux, Co-Chair and Councillor Quinton Zondervan, Co-Chair of the Health and Environment Committee for a public hearing held on May 29, 2019 was to conduct a joint hearing with the Climate Resilience Task Force to receive an update on the progress of the task force to date and to receive input and feedback. CRT 2019 53

Tagged Passions:health, Conservation, environment, communications, hearing, and Communications

7.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

Councillor Dennis J. Carlone Co-Chair and Councillor Craig A. Kelley, Co-Chair of the Ordinance Committee, for a public hearing held on July 2, 2019 to discuss a proposed amendment to the Zoning Ordinance to create a city-wide Affordable Housing Overlay District (AHOD). CRT 2019 54 CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF JULY , 2019

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, communications, hearing, Communications, and housing

8.
A communication was received from Paula M. Crane, Interim City Clerk, transmitting a report from

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:communications and Communications

Councillor E. Denise Simmons, Chair of the Civic Unity Committee, for a public hearing held on

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing

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