The North Cambridge Stabilization Committee will sponsor a neighborhood open forum on
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 7-9 pm
NORTH CAMBRIDGE SENIOR CENTER
2050 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE (opposite Hess Gas)
ST. JAMES’S CHURCH CONDO PROJECT: Neighbors of the landmark property at the corner of Mass. Ave. and Beech St. and their attorney will describe their latest lawsuit seeking to block construction of a multistory mixed-use condominium complex in the historic churchyard.
CARLONE ZONING PETITION: City Councilor Dennis Carlone will explain and answer questions about his pending proposal to make the elected Cambridge City Council rather than the appointed Cambridge Planning Board the ultimate zoning permit authority for large development projects in North Cambridge and other neighborhoods until the city develops a citywide master plan.
The North Cambridge Stabilization Committee (NCSC) is an all-volunteer neighborhood advisory and advocacy group that gathers and shares information, encourages collective action to resolve community problems, and works with neighbors, city and state officials, developers, and local businesses and institutions to preserve and enhance the quality of North Cambridge life.
The Stabilization Committee has monitored change, promoted public involvement, and sponsored civic improvements in North Cambridge for nearly four decades. Our meetings are open to the public and normally take place on the second or fourth Wednesday of every month from 7 pm to 9 pm at the North Cambridge Senior Center, 2050 Mass. Ave., or the Daniel F. Burns Apartments, 50 Churchill Ave. Anyone may participate in the discussions, andresidents of Neighborhood 11 (North Cambridge) who attend multiple meetings automatically qualify as voting members.
Our most recent emailed meeting notices and other neighborhood announcements are archived HERE.