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    Opening Celebration for Glacken Field and Playground Saturday October 23rd

    Join us to celebrate the opening of Glacken Field and Playground! Saturday, October 23rd at 11AM, 600 Huron Ave. Refreshments and entertainment will be provided.

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    Cambridge’s First Miyawaki Forest will Boost Biodiversity and Climate Resilience

    The City of Cambridge today announced that on September 25, 2021, the first Miyawaki Forest in the Northeast US will be planted at Danehy Park in North Cambridge. A collaboration between Biodiversity for a Livable Climate and the SUGi Project, in partnership with the City of Cambridge, the 4,000 square foot microforest pioneers the innovative Miyawaki method of reforestation in this region.

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    Partial Roadway Paving Enhancements Scheduled for October 2021

    Beginning October 4th, weather permitting, the City's contractor, E J Paving, will be performing partial roadway grinding and paving operations to enhance the road conditions on several sections of street around the City.

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    Cambridge Launches Free Small Business Compost Pilot

    The City of Cambridge today announced the city will launch a free Small Business Compost Pilot for up to 100 small businesses in Fall 2021. The goal of this pilot is to assist businesses in reducing costs while reducing our impact on climate change. The city will offer up to twice per week collection of two carts of food waste from small businesses in Cambridge. The service and carts will be provided by the city at no cost to the participating businesses.

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    City Council Passes Amended Tree Protection Ordinance

    On Monday, June 28th, The Cambridge City Council passed an amendment to the Tree Protection Ordinance changing diameter and mitigation guidelines under the current ordinance.

    For any Significant Tree removal, a permit is required from the City Arborist and subject to rules and regulations under City of Cambridge’s Tree Protection Ordinance, Title 8, Chapter 8.66, of the City’s Municipal Code.

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