Letter | ‘No’ is a bad strategy for Cambridge
Key link can be found between city’s industries and housing needs
Hubert Murray writes: The point is not to oppose development in Cambridge but to socialize it. The city’s greatest asset is its educational and biotechnical industries, and its greatest deficit is the lack of affordable housing. The one can be modeled to stimulate the other for mutual benefit, particularly that goal on which everyone agrees: the desire to maintain a socially and economically diverse community.