Per the Chronicle, "councilors stuck to the same votes they cast the last time around. Councilor David Maher lead the pack with four votes, followed by Ken Reeves with three votes and two for Henrietta Davis. A city councilor requires at least five votes from fellow councilors to become the mayor."
This may indicate one of two things:
- We should not be generally encouraged that leadership will emerge from the current Council that will be able to wrangle votes on actual issues.
- Between the City Manager and the Council, there is little reason to keep the Mayoral position around
Maybe if Marjorie Decker moves on to Gallucio's Senate seat they can break the stalemate?
Photo by Colleen Bryant, courtesy of City of Cambridge website