Sunday, November 11, 2007

October 15, 2007 Roy Bercaw Speaks to Cambridge MA City Council

Speaking as the Mid Cambridge Deputy Inspector General for the US Department of Levitation ("We bring up issues that others ignore"), Roy Bercaw asks if this is the special Open Mic night at the Cantab, which is what the Mayor says he thinks some citizens think it is. Bercaw congratulates (Resolution 27) MA state Senator Elect Anthony Galluccio. Bercaw asks (City Manager Item 13) why former Sen. Barrios who has $500,000 in campaign funds remaining after he resigned in the middle of his term does not compensate the City for the extra expense of $50,714 caused by his abrupt departure to take a position as a lobbyist for the human services industry. Regarding Policy Order # 31 Bercaw raises the issue of how the Council expects to create (Policy Order # 31) a "cohesive" community of people "working together" after 20 years of policies which drive people apart. He explains that the Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Association prevents its members from communicating with each other unless the President and the Coordinating Committee approve.

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