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On May 2, 2014 the CRA completed a draft Strategic Plan for public review and comment.  The document provides a framework for the CRA moving forward, beginning with a refined mission and operating principles.  The Strategic Plan outlines the context of redevelopment work in Cambridge and the Commonwealth and then provides a set of strategic objectives for its programmatic priorities and internal operations.  

Please send any comments you may have to planning [at] cambridgeredevelopment [dot] org or submit your comments through this online form.  The CRA is continuing to collect feedback through our coUrbanize website as well:

The CRA has worked with coUrbanize to develop an online survey tool and community conversation regarding its Strategic Plan and potential initiatives in the future.  Follow the link above to learn more and provide feedback on our Strategic Planning priorities.  

The CRA has worked with coUrbanize to develop an online survey tool and community conversation regarding its Strategic Plan and potential initiatives in the future.  Follow the link above to learn more and provide feedback on our Strategic Planning priorities.

 


Upcoming Community Workshop to be held on March 26, 2014:  The CRA will present to the community the status of our Strategic Plan, and seek feedback and ideas on initiatives for potential CRA implementation.  The workshop will be held at the Main Branch of the Public Library in the Community Room from 6 - 8 PM

Strategic Planning Workshop Flyer

 

February 28, 2014 The Cambridge City Council will be discussing redevelopment options for the Foundry Building at their upcoming Monday meeting on March 3rd.  Below is the link to the City Manager's report:

http://www2.cambridgema.gov/CityOfCambridge_Content/documents/City%20Manager%20-%20Foundry%20Building%20Report.pdf

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December 23, 2013 On December 9th the City Council approved the disposition of a portion of Ames Street and revisions to the Cambridge Zoning Ordinance to facilitate the Ames Street Residential Development. The CRA and Boston Properties will begin discussions on the building design and related circulation improvements in early 2014.