Letters to the Editor, Oct. 7, 2020

Examining housingCambridge housing was cited as the top issue by virtually every candidate in recent League of Women Voter forums where each candidate was provided a platform to answer questions from the community. There are no simple solutions. The League of Women Voters left a report on Cambridge housing in 1969 in the time capsule […]

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?• […]

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 […]