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2018-12-04 08:46:44 -0500
Hi Mr. Mbah,
I’m writing to ask if I could do an email interview with you for a school project I’m doing on food waste and the environment. The interview would be very short — only a few questions. If you have the time I would greatly appreciate it.
2018-11-14 10:30:35 -0500
Good morning Will,
Any insight on the
Committee decision to cancel meeting with the Commission on Energy Use and Climate Change to review the Climate Action Plan, Somerville Climate Forward (
) tonight? Trying to sort out what jumped it in line. Are there plans to reschedule in the very near future—the
launch at Greentown Labs is 11/28 so it’s important to have the discussion as soon as we can for a “same page” effort.
(It’s the punting on these opportunities that got us in the climate mess in the first place so naturally I’m a bit rankled.)
Commissioner/Mayors Commission on Energy Use and Climate Change
36 Sewall Street
2018-04-19 17:26:54 -0400
I heard that you expressed an anti-turf field sentiment at the recent BoA meeting. I wanted to let you know that I feel that adequate recreational space is one of the most important issues facing our city, and that turf fields are the only economical and feasible way to accomplish this.
I voted for you, in part, because you have a young child, and I thought you’d recognize this issue and bring a fresh voice to the debate. I should have confirmed your intentions. I, and many people like me, will not vote for you again should your opposition to turf continue. It just makes sense for a city like ours. The opposition on this issue doesn’t make sense to me at all. There are no proven health or environmental issues that exist on our city-scape scale; the only proven health issue is that if kids (and adults) have no room to play, they will be less healthy.
Thank you for your reconsideration of this important issue.