Answering Commissioner Foster

By Barbara Knepp The city election for Cambridge is now seven weeks away. Are you ready to vote on Oct. 17.• Are you registered to vote?• If you moved in the last year, have you updated your address with the Dorchester County Board of Elections?What’s your plan?• Do you plan to mail in your ballot?• […]

Foster: City schemes to reject application for mayor

CAMBRIDGE — City Council Commissioner LaShon Foster (Ward 3) held a rally Sunday, at which she claimed city officials are trying to prevent her from running for mayor. “Monday night [Aug. 24] at a city council meeting, there was a public hearing concerning my domicile. I won the hearing. Now, here they are scheming to […]

Commissioner Foster’s residency confirmed, 3-2

CAMBRIDGE — Members of the Cambridge City Council voted 3-2 Monday night that Commissioner LaShon Foster had adhered to the City Charter’s stipulations that she be a bona fide resident of Ward 3 during her term. Voting for a motion stating she had not followed rules regarding moving while in office were council members Steve […]

Millennials, Foster, residents confront Bradford House management

CAMBRIDGE — The Millennials Demanding Change (MDC) didn’t rest for long.After speaking in support of Queen Anne’s County Superintendent of Public Schools Dr. Andrea Kane at a rally they organized on Sunday, the group was back in action on Tuesday. In coordination with City Commissioner LaShon Foster (Ward 3), the Millennials charged Bradford House property […]

Commissioner Foster’s statements sow doubt on electoral process

Cambridge’s election for five commissioners and the mayor will be held on Oct. 17 at Chesapeake College. With only nine weeks to go, social media and local publications are already filled with declarations, campaign websites, ZOOM meetings, and Facebook pages dedicated to the candidates. Yard signs are popping up and “meet the candidate events” have […]

City will hold residency hearing regarding Foster

EDITOR’S NOTE: Commissioner Steve Rideout (Ward 1) released on Tuesday the following comments and “Cambridge Matters” report regarding the City Council’s Monday meeting. Dear Readers:Attached are my meeting notes from last night’s meeting along with a letter from the Dorchester County NAACP regarding the upcoming election. While I have talked about the upcoming election in […]