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Somerville Neighborhood News # 25

Oct. 21, 2014 – Visit the Kiley Barrel site near Union Square, march with the Emperor Norton’s Stationary Marching Band in downtown Boston, hear how Tufts is trying to improve its treatment of victims of sexual abuse, learn what’s up with the Union Square “Community Benefits Agreement,” and explore the taxi-Uber conundrum. These stories and more on Somerville Neighborhood News #25.

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UNION SQ. TOUR COMBINES OLD AND NEW

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Somerville, MA, Oct. 21 –  “You have to make it through the first part of the tour to get to the part that’s really cool and more relaxing, and hopefully enjoyable,” said Brandon Wilson, Director of Historic Preservation Commission in … Continue reading

THE TAXI WARS

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Somerville, MA, Oct. 21 –New, relatively unregulated “ride sharing” transportation companies like Uber and Lyft earn the praise of travelers but are prompting protests from traditional taxi drivers and others. Across the country, and the world, the media, public officials … Continue reading

BANDS “HONK” FOR $15 AN HOUR

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Somerville, MA, Oct. 21 – Over two dozen marching bands headed to Downtown Crossing on October 10 to raise awareness and support the fight for a $15 an hour minimum wage legislation. “The idea is that with everyone organized and … Continue reading


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