The North Cambridge Stabilization Committee meets Dec. 12 and on top of the agenda will be the proposed 50-room hotel to be built at the site of Porter Square’s Kaya Restaurant. The meeting will be held at 2050 Massachusetts Ave. at the North Cambridge Senior Center at 7 p.m. Architect Michael McKee and Kaya proprietor Meehn Su Gim will answer questions about the project, which would include a 210-seat restaurant/nightclub, two-levels of underground parking for up to 50 vehicles, and a landscaped pocket park.
The city’s Arts Council will host the exhibit “Contructions by Nancy Selvage” at their CAC Gallery at 344 Broadway. Selvage is the artist who created the piece “Water Wall” for the new park at Trolley Square through Feb. 8.
If your neighbors have not told you yet, DPW’s yard waste collection ends Dec. 14. But, don’t let that get you down. DPW will collect Christmas trees between Dec. 26 and Jan. 18. Perhaps, if you are clever, you could slip your leaves in with the evergreens.
Finally, congratulations to Peter Payack, the new Poet Populist.