Cambridge, a place where dreams of buying a home go to die, is mulling a master plan to steer development through 2040. The remit is a broad one, according to Cambridge's Community Development Department: "This plan will craft a shared vision for a more livable, sustainable, and equitable city. It will include a broad range of topics such as housing, transportation, economic opportunity, urban form, and climate change and the environment." First thing, though: The thing needs a name.
To that end, the development department is until this Friday soliciting ideas for a master-plan moniker. Already-used examples from other cities that Cambridge provides include Boston's "Imagine Boston 2030," New York's "OneNYC" and Providence's searingly brilliant "Providence Tomorrow." Go.
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