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Cambridge Master Plan; Hubway Success; More!

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CAMBRIDGE—Grab the popcorn, this is gonna be interesting: "Dueling orders about whether Cambridge has a development 'master plan' promises to make for a long Monday evening with the City Council as people arise to take their three minutes of public comment before councilors debate which to support. Which is worthy? The answer is actually very simple: The one that asks for a concrete answer as to whether Cambridge has a development 'master plan,' duh." [Day]
HUB-WIDE—The region's bike-share program is doing a heckuva lot better than most: "Some have attributed Hubway's success to its more conservative choices — closing for winter and launching with a compact system that spread cautiously — as well as its dependence on both public and private money." [Globe]
HUB-WIDE—Something to think about, first-time buyers: "In five years from now, there are a lot of different things that the Department of Transportation is doing and there are some neighborhoods that will completely change because of that. Look at the planned extension of the Green and Silver lines and you may find yourself looking at a neighborhood you never considered." [Globe]

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