Rally at City Hall on September 9th: Delivering the Upgrade Cambridge Petition to the City Manager

For years, the Cambridge City Manager has been exercising a one-man veto over moving forward on Municipal Broadband -- claiming that it is not a priority for the residents of Cambridge. We're not going to take it anymore.

On September 9th, we will gather on the lawn of City Hall and deliver our message to the City Manager and the City Council: Cambridge is tired of the Comcast monopoly; tired of unreliable access; tired of high costs; and tired of living in a city where 50% of low-income families don't have access to the internet.

In Cambridge, we must do better.

At the end of our rally, we will be delivering our petition -- signed by more than 1000 Cambridge residents -- demanding the City Manager move forward with municipal broadband.

Together, we can Upgrade Cambridge to a better internet for all.

If you haven't signed the petition yet, you can sign at https://upgradecambridge.org/petition -- get your name on the list to tell the City Manager Enough is Enough!