Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mayor’s Council on Aging Holds Successful Art Class

July 31, 2013
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Mayor’s Council on Aging Holds Successful Art Class

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Council on Aging are pleased to report on the success of the recent special art/painting class held at the Connolly Center. Last Monday, twenty-five Everett Seniors enjoyed instruction from local talented artist Theresa Gritti, who inspired the seniors to create their inner shine. “Artistic programs like this class are important...

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Sprucing Up Everett Square and Norwood Street

July 31, 2013
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Sprucing Up Everett Square and Norwood Street

The passage of the city’s 2014 Capital Improvement Plan earlier this month outlined a large number of capital expenditures and purchases that are expected to have an immediate impact on the quality of life and conduct of business in the city as soon as they are completed. However, one of the more debated and...

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New Walkway, Entrance at City Hall Underway: Project Part of Effort to Beautify Broadway

July 31, 2013
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New Walkway, Entrance at City Hall Underway: Project Part of Effort to Beautify Broadway

City workers and contractors are working diligently on construction of a new, more inviting entrance to Everett City Hall at the ground level entrance closest to the intersection of Broadway and Church Street. The new pathway and enclosed sitting area will likely include a new flagpole when completed and will be a more welcoming...

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Selection Committee, Mayor to Reconvene on Former EHS Proposals

July 31, 2013
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According to the city’s Planning and Development Director, James Errickson, Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Everett High School Selection Committee recently completed interviews with two of the respondents to the city’s request for proposals on re-use of the old Everett High School on Broadway. However, some questions remain among the committee members and there...

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Making Everett Shine

July 31, 2013
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In today’s newspaper are stories about how the new beautification projects outside of City Hall on Church Street as well as in Everett Square and Norwood Street are close to being accomplished. These projects look great and to the potential investor in Everett, they signal community pride. This community pride is what we need...

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Police Briefs 07-31-2013

July 31, 2013
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7/19 Robens Pierre, 28, 24 Grover St., Malden, was arrested for possessing Class B with intent to distribute, possession with intent to distribute in school zone, possessing firearm without firearm license, unlawful possession of ammunition and possession of gun with defaced serial number. 7/20 Cameron Linehan, 23, 289 Highland Ave., Somerville, was arrestesd for...

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Obituaries 07-31-2013

July 31, 2013
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Elsa Guanelli Of New Hampshire, formerly of Everett Elsa (Commito) Guanelli of New Hampshire, formerly of Everett, died on July 25. She was the mother of Carmen DeCarlo and his wife, Mary Anne of Sandown, NH, Frances Rossetti and her late husband, Thomas of Dracut and the late Mario DeCarlo; brother of Elio Commito,...

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Junior Police Academy

July 24, 2013
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Junior Police Academy

Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Everett Police Department are pleased to report on the success of the Junior Police Academy’s recent visit with the Massachusetts’ State Police. On July 18th, over 50 of the City’s youth who are participating in the Junior Police Academy pro­gram enjoyed a visit by the MA State Police at...

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Girls Scouts Give a Fresh Coat of Paint to Utility Box

July 24, 2013
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Girls Scouts Give a Fresh Coat of Paint to Utility Box

Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently visited with the Junior Girl Scouts from Troop 71074, who were painting the utility box located at the intersection of Broadway and Cameron Streets (in front on McKinnon’s Market). The Troop was participating in the Mayor’s ongoing initiative to paint the utility boxes around the City in an effort to...

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Boston Raises Possibility of Host Community Status on Wynn Project: Municipal Boundary Line Could at Least Give Boston Surrounding Community Status

July 24, 2013
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The City of Boston last week raised the possibility that it could be considered a host community, along with the City of Everett, on the $1.2 billion Wynn Casino Resort being proposed for the former Monsanto property on Everett’s waterfront. As was reported in the Boston Globe last week city officials, in letters to...

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