Shortly after moving to Somerville Cynthia Taft (Cindy) and her husband, Fred Mueller, met their next door neighbor Helen Corrigan, who has a long and rich association with SCC. “She began to tell us a little about SCC,” explains Cindy. “That was our first encounter with it.” Read more about Cynthia Taft: Thankful for Her New Community
More than 100 Somerville community members attended a public hearing on Thursday, November 10, 2016, before the City’s Board of Aldermen to discuss the urgent need for a Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) as part of the Union Square redevelopment. Read more about Union United Calls for CBA
The Somerville Housing Authority is working with SCC, Preservation of Affordable Housing and developer Gate Residential to rebuild and preserve 216 units of housing for low-income families at Clarendon Hill public housing on North Street in West Somerville – as part of a 526-unit mixed-income project. Read more about State Awards Grant for Clarendon Hill
A team comprised of SCC, Gate Residential and Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) has been selected by the Somerville Housing Authority (SHA) to lead the redevelopment of the Clarendon Hill public housing on North Street in West Somerville. Read more about North Street: Clarendon Hill
During fall 2016, the City of Somerville’s Planning Department proposed changes to the Union Square zoning laws. The Planning Department is hoping to introduce a revised version of the citywide zoning overhaul sometime in 2017.
The first round of the overhaul was actually released in January 2015. However, the Board of Aldermen felt that the new ordinance wasn’t ready and decided not to vote on it. Read more about Get in the Zone