Monthly Archives: March 2013

Aldermen Support Call for More Police

March 1, 2013
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The Board of Aldermen voted unanimously Monday night to support a request for up to five new police officers, while both Police Chief Steven Mazzie and Mayor Carlo DeMaria appeared before the board to echo that support. However, when the new officers can be hired and put into action still is unclear. Aldermen Michael...

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Aldermen Nix Stipend Increase for Retirement Bd.

March 1, 2013
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In what appeared to be a moment of confusion by members of the Board of Aldermen on Monday night, the body voted to reconsider an earlier motion to approve a stipend increase for the retirement board, and upon the second vote, declined to support the stipend increase, effectively killing it for a year. Following...

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Primary Day Is Next Tuesday

March 1, 2013
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We urge all eligible voters of Everett to go to the polls and vote next Tuesday for one of the five candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for State Representative. The general election for this office is set for April 2 and will feature three candidates. This special election to fill the seat that was...

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Elections to Be Monitored By Secretary of State’s Office

March 1, 2013
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City Clerk Michael Matarazzo announced on Tuesday that state election officials from the Secretary of State’s office had visited with city election staff to go over Election Day procedures for the upcoming election and will provide support for Tuesday’s Special Primary Election. “We asked them to come over and sit with our people, go...

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Guest Op-Ed Reserving the Right

March 1, 2013
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At the most recent Finance Committee Meeting a question arose regarding the best way for the City to budget and account for appropriations made in anticipation of settling collective bargaining agreements.  An idea was proposed to eliminate the Mayor’s reserve fund, the account that is currently earmarked for use when collective bargaining the City’s...

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Voting Reminders for Upcoming Election

March 1, 2013
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With the upcoming State Representative election, the City Clerk’s Office would like to remind residents of important voting information.  The Q & A below contains some of the more frequently asked and important questions regarding voting for the upcoming March 5, 2013 election. Q.  When is the primary for the special state representative election?...

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Everett High Sports Roundup

March 1, 2013
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Boys hockey team wins Mulloy Tournament The Everett High boys hockey team concluded its season in thrilling fashion with a pair of exciting, down-to-the wire-and-beyond victories to capture the James F. Mulloy Tournament held last week at Allied Veterans Rink. Both triumphs could not have been scripted any better for high drama by a...

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Obituaries 02-27-2013

March 1, 2013
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Constantine Ferrante Enjoyed Local Politics Constantine “Charlie” Ferrante of Everett died on February 20. He was 90 years old. A World War II veteran, he was raised in East Cambridge and spent most of his adult life in Everett raising a family and enjoying local politics. He was the beloved husband of the late...

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