East Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Study Committee Meeting

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Wednesday, December 15, 2021


East Cambridge

Eric Hill, ehill@cambridgema.gov, 617-349-4688

Public meeting of the East Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Study Committee to assess the character and history of the neighborhood, the development potential of each property under current regulatory conditions, the unique aspects of the neighborhood that are valued by its residents, and the goals, jurisdiction and boundaries of a potential district. For more information, visit the department's web site or call the office at 617/349-4683 (TTY: 617/349-6112).

Notice is hereby given that a public meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, at 6:00PM regarding the potential establishment of a neighborhood conservation district in the East Cambridge neighborhood. The meeting will conclude at 8:00PM. The meeting will be held virtually on Zoom. The public an participate in the online meeting 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://tinyurl.com/ECdec2021 or call (301)715-8592 Webinar ID: 829 9747 7066

The meeting will be live broadcast or replayed on Cambridge cable tv, CityView22.

Materials to be discussed at Committee meeting:

Written comment is welcome up to 24 hours before the meeting and may be sent to CHC Staff at histcomm@cambridgema.gov If you have questions, please email or call (617)349-4683.

At the December 15th meeting of the East Cambridge NCD Study, the committee and public will review the completed draft report (view here) and the draft letters and poll questions which will go out to the neighborhood when the committee votes to approve the final report and following a public outreach process. The draft letter to the public and poll can be found (here). We solicit any edits or suggestions on either document prior to the meeting on the 15th at 6:00pm. Please send edits or comments to HistComm@cambridgema.gov.