The Agenda for the Cambridge City Council meeting on November 7, 2016, includes a proposed contract of employment for Louis A. DePasquale, following up on the selection by the Cambridge City Council several weeks ago.
Congratulations and thanks are due to the City Manager Designate.
I assume that the contract would not be being offered to the Cambridge City Council if there were doubt that the Cambridge City Council would accept it.
Termination date is January 8, 2021. The City Council must give Mr. DePaquale notice by September 14, 2021 should it wish to extend the period of employment.
The proposed contract is copied below from the City of Cambridge on line record. It is in jpeg format and is readily readable by double clicking on each page.
I have delivered three letters to the Cambridge City Council as part of a series on the existing and pending outrages on the Charles River, as reported on this blog at
Report 1 includes a DVD of our video on the Destruction of the Charles River to each the City Council and City Manager. Report 3 gives the City Council individual copies.
That video may be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTplCCEJP7o.
More letters are anticipated. The current proposed outrage is massive by any normal standard. I wish to ensure that the Cambridge City Council is clearly on record as having been made aware of the real situation.
I have been awaiting the entry into service as City Manager of Mr. DePasquale, corecipient of these letters, so that he may receive these comments on the situation on the Charles River, with hopes that he can straighten things out.