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A kite festival, a maydental candidays forum for problems relating to elders, and the City urges inhabitants to access real estate assistanceSurveySOMERVILLE LOCAL NEWS SURVEYThe Somerville Wire… SOMERVILLE WIRE: August 10, 2021 WEEKLY ROUNDUP
The company is calling upon Eversource to resolve the leaks and also damaged trees(Somerville Wire) – The company Mothers Out Front, along with 250 Massachusetts residents, various other organizations,… MOTHERS OUT FRONT ISSUES COMPLAINT ABOUT GAS LEAKS
The Somerville Fair Housing Commission compiled a Fair Homaking use of questionnaire for maydental and City Council candidays to respond to. The Somerville Wire will be publishing the completed questionnaire… MAYORAL AND CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES RESPOND TO HOUSING QUESTIONNAIRE
There’s a multilateral effort to save human being hooffered in the city. What’s working? Who’s behind it? And what are they up against?(Somerville Wire) – The candidateAnxiety. Depression. Isolation.… THE STRUGGLE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOUSING IN SOMERVILLE. A STORY OF SURVIVAL
"But after dealing with lengthy affordable housing waitlists and also navigating endless red tape, I uncovered that keeping our household together was no easy feat."(Somerville Wire) – I understand also, very… OPINION: SOMERVILLE COUNCILOR CALLS FOR MORE ACTION ON HOUSING

MISSION

The Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism supports the breakthrough and production of independent news. BINJ achieves its mission by: giving business assistance to community publications; running reporting collaborations and also civic engagement initiatives; training promising journalists; and developing bold independent journalism.


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Education

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A kite festival, a mayoral candidates forum for problems relating to elders, and also the City urges inhabitants to access housing assistance


Filed Under: Reporting, Somerville News Garden, Somerville Wire Tagged With: art, mayor, national politics, weekly news roundup

August 10, 2021 By SHIRA LAUCHAROEN

MOTHERS OUT FRONT ISSUES COMPLAINT ABOUT GAS LEAKS


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The company is calling upon Eversource to deal with the leaks and also damaged trees


Filed Under: Reporting, Somerville News Garden, Somerville Wire Tagged With: Environment, Eversource, gas leak, Health

August 10, 2021 By SOMERVILLE WIRE STAFF

MAYORAL AND CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES RESPOND TO HOUSING QUESTIONNAIRE


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The Somerville Fair Homaking use of Commission compiled a Fair Housing questionnaire for mayoral and City Council candidays to respond to. The Somerville Wire will certainly be publishing the completed questionnaire in a 6 part series. The initially is contained below.


Filed Under: Reporting, Somerville News Garden, Somerville Wire Tagged With: candiday, city council, real estate, mayor, questionnaire

August 10, 2021 By TYLER HAUGHN

THE STRUGGLE FOR SUSTAINABLE HOUSING IN SOMERVILLE. A STORY OF SURVIVAL


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There’s a multilateral effort to store civilization hosupplied in the city. What’s working? Who’s behind it? And what are they up against?


Filed Under: Reporting, Somerville News Garden, Somerville Wire Tagged With: affordable, housing, Somerville

August 10, 2021 By KRISTEN STREZO

OPINION: SOMERVILLE COUNCILOR CALLS FOR MORE ACTION ON HOUSING


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“But after managing long affordable real estate waitlists and navigating endless red tape, I found that keeping our household together was no easy feat.”


Filed Under: Opinion, Reporting, Somerville News Garden, Somerville Wire Tagged With: housing, Kristen Strezo, opinion


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