Maintained by the Office of the City Manager. Site includes department listings, city demographic information, and frequently asked questions. [Description from dmoz]
The City of Cambridge houses an abundance of prominent minds. Part of the Greater Boston area, it is home to prestigious universities Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). With a population of more than 100,000, the city covers just seven square miles. Most of its commercial districts are major street intersections (which act as neighborhood centers), which has given rise to its nickname "City of Squares." They include: Central, Harvard, Inman, Kendall, Lechmere, and Porter Squares. Cambridge's city government is a bit unusual. The city manager (appointed by its nine city council members), rather than the mayor (also elected by the council), serves as the chief executive of the city. [Description from Hoover's]
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