Mid Cambridge NCDC meeting


Due to the public health crisis COVID-19, this meeting will be held virtually via zoom.us app. More details to be provided.

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  • Mid-Cambridge


Allison Crosbie


PLEASE NOTE: Due to statewide emergency actions limiting the size of public gatherings in response to COVID-19, this meeting will be held online with remote participation and will be closed to in-person attendance. The public can participate online via the Zoom webinar platform (https://zoom.us/) from a phone, tablet, or computer. To join the meeting, use this registration link before or during the meeting: https://cambridgema.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_91LMJTcBT3e7C-RzsS7HjA. Check your email junk folder if you do not receive a registration confirmation in your inbox. All case materials are available online on the Mid Cambridge NCD Commission’s web page. Written comment is welcome up to 24 hours before the meeting and may be sent by email. The public will be given the opportunity to ask questions of fact and make public comment during the meeting. If you have questions please email us or call 617-349-4683.

Public hearing of the Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Commission to review applications to alter designated properties and other matters under the provisions of M.G.L. Ch. 40C and Ch. 2.78 of the Code of the City of Cambridge. The Commission meets monthly, usually on the first Monday of the month. For more information about the Commission, visit the department's web site or call the office at 617/349-4683 (TTY: 617/349-6112). To join the meeting, use this registration link before or during the meeting: https://cambridgema.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_91LMJTcBT3e7C-RzsS7HjA

Agendas may be viewed on the CHC web site here. 

Current cases and links to applications:

MC-5899 24 Leonard Avenue

MC-5921 42 Maple Avenue

MC-5936 12 Clinton Street

MC-5937 424 Broadway

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