Monthly Archives: May 2013

Aldermen Approve School Transfers, Delay Raises: Motion to Increase School Committee Pay Sent Back to Finance Committee

May 15, 2013
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The Board of Aldermen quickly voted to approve two transfer requests for the School Department totaling $1.37 million on Monday night, and then balked at approving an increase in the salary for Everett School Committee members, from $5,500 per member annually to $11,500 per member annually. The pay raises if passed would have totaled...

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Two Everett Residents Shot Dead in Chelsea

May 15, 2013
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Chelsea Police detectives and State Police homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious deaths of an Everett man and woman in Chelsea early Monday morning, according to Chelsea Chief Brian Kyes and Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley. After a 9-1-1 call just before 4 a.m. Monday, Chelsea Police, Chelsea Fire, and emergency medical technicians...

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Many Elections for Voters to Consider

May 15, 2013
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If you are a voter in Everett, the next few months will be a busy time for you. We agree with the opinion piece in today’s newspaper by Peter Napolitano urging voters to make the effort to vote in the following elections on US Senate, the vote on a casino in Everett and a...

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EHS Boys Track Defeats Medford

May 15, 2013
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The Everett High boys track team concluded its 2013 dual meet season with a victory over Greater Boston League rival Medford last week. Leading the way for coach Shelanda Irish’s squad was the duo of Hieu Vo-Tran and Jason Hansen, both of whom won two individual events. Hieu captured the 400 meter intermediate hurdles...

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Obituaries 05-15-2013

May 15, 2013
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Edwin Nicholas International Laborers Union Retiree Edwin F. Nichols of Winthrop, formerly of Revere, died on May 7 at the Kaplan Family Hospice in Danvers following a long illness. He was 81 years old. Born and raised in Boston, he moved to Revere as a young man and spent 41 years in Revere before...

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Everett Credit Union Donates to Local Soldier’s Combat Batallion

May 9, 2013
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Everett Credit Union Donates to Local Soldier’s Combat Batallion

Christopher C. Duquet is a Malden resident and currently on active duty in Afghanistan. He is serving with the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade as an instructor pilot. As a show of American citizens’ support, Everett Credit Union donated to his battalion, Bravo Company “Big Iron”, to continue their fight against terrorism. We thank all...

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Mayor Pulls Nomination Papers for Re-election

May 9, 2013
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Mayor Pulls Nomination Papers for Re-election

Mayor Carlo DeMaria, along with his wife Stacy and children Carlo, Caroline and Alexandra, recently visited the City Clerk’s office to pick up nomination papers.  Mayor DeMaria is seeking re-election for his fourth Mayoral term.  “Serving as Mayor has been the greatest honor of my life,” states DeMaria, “We’ve made great progress, but our...

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Alderwoman Millie J. Cardello Announces Her Candidacy for Mayor

May 9, 2013
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Alderwoman Millie J. Cardello Announces Her Candidacy for Mayor

Alderwoman Millie J. Cardello has announced her candidacy for Mayor in the upcoming election. The following is her statement: Now is the time for change…. As the Federal and State budgets are being cut so is their aid to cities and towns. Having a vision is great but over spending and growing the city’s...

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Council Votes to Approve Capital Improvement Expenditures: $914,400 Voted for 13 Projects in Coming Fiscal Year

May 9, 2013
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The Everett Common Council approved $914,400 worth of capital improvement plan expenditures in the upcoming budget year (fiscal 2014) through the use of free cash, as was requested by Mayor Carlo DeMaria in his annual capital improvement plan. The use of free cash on one-time, capital purchases is consistent with current city policies of...

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School Department Transfers Approved: $1.37 Million Approved for Projected Shortfalls in Current Fiscal Year

May 9, 2013
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The Everett Common Council Monday night approved a pair of transfers from the city’s free cash accounts to make up expected shortfalls in the School department budget, for the current fiscal year. The first vote was to transfer $591,187.00 from the Free Cash I(Budgetary Fund Balance) to the Everett School Department Salary Account to...

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