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YOUTH, LAW ENFORCEMENT JOIN FOR BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

July 31, 2017

Amanda Linehan Communications Manager 617-933-0705 alinehan@mapc.org For Immediate Release: Monday, July 31, 2017 YOUTH, LAW ENFORCEMENT JOIN FOR BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Mayors Coalition hosts annual event to combat youth crime and prevent gang violence in Metro Boston SOMERVILLE – Law enforcement officials, youth services workers and local teens will join together […]

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Arlington Cultural Planning

June 1, 2017

Background MAPC is working with the Town of Arlington’s Department of Planning and Community Development, the Arlington Commission on Arts and Culture (ACAC), and others to launch a town-wide cultural planning process in September 2016. The project deliverable is an arts and culture action plan that aims to strengthen and […]

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    Every month, MAPC's Data Services department is releasing maps and data visualizations covering a range of vital and interrelated topics: equity, housing, transportation, climate, arts and culture, and more. July’s visualization explores the levels of air pollution from vehicle emissions across the region. Most people in the region live near a major roadway, but exposure […]
  • COVID-19 Layoff Housing Assistance – NOW by Municipality June 15, 2020
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  • Greater Boston Residents of Color More Likely to Live Near High-Polluting Roadways June 9, 2020
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  • A Statement in Solidarity June 3, 2020
    Dear Friends and Colleagues: All of us at MAPC feel a deep sense of anger and profound sadness at the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many others members of the Black community across our country and across generations.  Their tragic deaths remind us not only of the seemingly endless string […]
  • June Data Viz: Unemployment Under the Federal CARES Act June 1, 2020
    Every month, MAPC's Data Services department is releasing maps and data visualizations covering a range of vital and interrelated topics: equity, housing, transportation, climate, arts and culture, and more. June’s visualization examines how the Federal CARES Act's $600-per-week increase in unemployment benefits impacts unemployed Massachusetts workers. While it temporarily raises the potential benefits for all, […]