Monthly Archives: February 2014

Council Appoints New Police, Fire Officers: Also Approves Three Lodging Licenses

February 26, 2014
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Council Appoints New Police, Fire Officers: Also Approves Three Lodging Licenses

The Everett Police and Fire departments each got new officers Monday night, as the Everett City Council approved the appointments of one new police officer and two new firefighters unanimously. Rookie police officer Diego Custodio was the first to be appointed and take the oath of office. He was joined in the chambers by...

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New Appointments Made to Redevelopment Authority Board: Mayoral Nominations Approved by Council

February 26, 2014
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New Appointments Made to Redevelopment Authority Board: Mayoral Nominations Approved by Council

The Everett City Council approved four nominations to the newly created Everett Redevelopment Authority (ERA) on Monday night, giving shape to the board that will oversee development efforts in the Lower Broadway Zoning District over the next several years. The new ERA Board of Directors is not complete, as the Massachusetts Department of Housing...

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State Approves Everett’s Municipal Harbor Plan

February 26, 2014
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Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria announced last week that the city’s Municipal Harbor Plan, completed last year as part of the city’s agreement with Wynn Developments, has been approved by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA). “I am extremely pleased that the state has approved our Municipal Harbor Plan,” said Mayor DeMaria....

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City Signs Contract with Ameresco for Energy Audit

February 26, 2014
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Office of Planning and Development are pleased to report that the City recently signed an energy savings performance contract with Ameresco, Inc.  Ameresco, based in Framingham, helps organizations meet complex energy management challenges with an integrated comprehensive approach to energy efficiency and renewable energy.  Ameresco is the regional energy...

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Obituaries 02-26-2014

February 26, 2014
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Lisa Morgan Homemaker Lisa M. (Gaylardi) Morgan, a longtime resident   of Revere, formerly of Everett, died unexpectedly on February 20 at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She was 58 years old. A homemaker, born in Everett, she was the beloved wife of William J. Morgan for over 16 years; dear and devoted daughter...

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Mayor Visits Lafayette Middle School Science Fair

February 19, 2014
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Mayor Visits Lafayette Middle School Science Fair

The Mayor interacted with hundreds of students, all of whom were happy to welcome their distinguished guest and to present to him their projects. After demonstrating their projects students had the chance to shake the Mayor’s hand, take pictures with him, and ask him questions regarding his job. “I look forward to this day every year,” stated Mayor DeMaria, “It’s an opportunity for...

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City Holds Community Meeting Regarding Urban Renewal

February 19, 2014
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City Holds Community Meeting Regarding Urban Renewal

On Wednesday, February 12th Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett held a successful open forum to discuss the Lower Broadway Master Vision, the establishment of a Redevelopment Authority, and the concept of an Urban Renewal Plan. Mayor DeMaria and over 40 residents came together in an effort to stimulate community dialogue regarding...

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Council on Aging Celebrates Black History Month

February 19, 2014
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Council on Aging Celebrates Black History Month

Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Council on Aging recently welcomed Everett residents Dotty Gomez and Dottie Martin-Long to the Connolly Center to lead an in depth discussion in commemoration of Black History Month. Gomez and Martin- Long educated the attendees of important people and events in the history of the African- American movement that made contributions...

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Council Addresses Concerns with Park: Urges Action by City to Solve Problems

February 19, 2014
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The Everett City Council took up the issue of reported problems at Seven Acre Park last Monday (Feb. 10), after several residents who use the park came forward to voice their concerns about the park during the Council’s public comment period. According to the residents who appeared, unleashed dogs and their owners are creating...

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Police Searching for Two Men in Store Robbery: One Clerk Was Shot, Another Beaten

February 19, 2014
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Everett police are searching for two suspects in an attempted robbery and shooting that took place Monday night, Feb. 17 at the Neighborhood Convenience Store on Main Street. According to one published report, one of the store clerks was shot multiple times during the robbery, and another was beaten. Both men are expected to...

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