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More housing for all income levels
Housing is both one of Cambridge's biggest issues and one that the city government has the greatest impact. Cambridge needs to building a lot more homes, both Affordable and market rate, so more people...
Housing affordability, upzoning, allocating more street space to pedestrians, Bicycles, and mobility devices. Diversifying the city
Housing costs, childcare costs for kids 0-3, pedestrian safety, public transportation.
I think we need someone progressive and policy oriented, someone with a vision for how the city needs to change to adapt to the challenges of the next couple decades. Between climate change and the housing...
I think the next Cambridge City Manager should focus on increasing the Affordable Housing stock in Cambridge.
The number one priority should be housing. If you can't afford to live here, it doesn't matter much to you what the second priority is, because you won't be here to benefit from it.
Housing, more walkability, limiting car traffic.
Bicycle safety, housing
Housing costs (both to rent and own), taking municipal broadband seriously, public transit and making the city less car focused and more pedestrian focused
Creating more housing
Understands the vital role that increased urban density will play in combating climate change, and what responsibilities that places on Cambridge.
Housing supply. This is by far the biggest issue in Cambridge, the one that exacerbates almost all others. Racial inequities, climate change, healthcare outcomes, homelessness, and much more are all heavily...
Affordable housing, increased covid testing
Affordable housing, bike infrastructure, access to open space, public transit, allow more building/development to occur.