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Format Document Name & Description Type Category Date
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2012 February Recycling eNewsletter
2012 February Recycling eNewsletter
1/1/1753
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Cambridge Historical Commission - 6/7/2012
Meeting minutes of the Cambridge Historical Commission meeting held June 7th, 2012
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Meeting Minutes
1/1/1753
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Cambridge Historical Commission - 7/12/2012
Meeting minutes of the Cambridge Historical Commission meeting held July 12th, 2012
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Meeting Minutes
1/1/1753
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Alewife Fish Book
Published in 1979, the Alewife "Fish Book" plan offered a revised vision for redevelopment of Alewife, then an aging industrial area in western Cambridge.
7/3/1979
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Cambridge Institutional Growth Management Plan
Serves as the policy underpinning the regulation of institutional uses in the zoning code. Assesses the relative impact on residential neighborhoods of institutional uses and serves as a guide to the Board of Zoning Appeal for granting special permits.
7/12/1981
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Cambridgeport Revitalization Plan
1983 report addressing the diverse needs of the Cambridgeport community by proposing a program of balanced development. The report includes proposals for housing, open space, transportation and business development improvements.
7/5/1983
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Cambridgeport Blue Ribbon Committee Report
1986 report of the Blue Ribbon Committee on Cambridgeport revitalization. Focuses on land use, housing and urban design issues, with additional attention to open space, traffic and employment opportunities. Referenced in Zoning Ordinance, Article 15.12.
7/9/1986
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Central Square Action Plan
1987 plan used to guide actions of Central Square Advisory Committee appointed by the City Manager.
7/3/1987
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Central Square Zoning Guide
1989 guide setting out criteria for the review of proposed development projects within the Central Square area. Used with the Central Square Action Plan and referenced in Zoning Ordinance, Article 20.300.
7/3/1989

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