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Chief Mazzie Appointed to Another Three-Year Term

November 29, 2018
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Chief Mazzie Appointed to Another Three-Year Term

The Everett City Council approved another three-year term for Chief Steve Mazzie on Monday night, after Mayor Carlo DeMaria had appointed him to another term. “I still have a passion for the job,” said Mazzie, 50, after being appointed Monday. “I appreciate the opportunity to continue in the job. We have a good team...
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Residential Tax Bill to Rise Modestly, Commercial Payers Take Larger Hit

November 29, 2018
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The City Council made two key votes Monday night that helped to set the current fiscal year’s tax rate, putting into place modest increases on the residential tax bill, but – for the first time in several years – some hefty increases for commercial/industrial properties. “We’re seeing commercial/industrial rates up significantly,” said CFO Eric...
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Bike Path Getting Closer to Complete Connectivity

November 29, 2018
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In the next several years, cyclists along the Northern Strand bike path that extends through Everett, Saugus, Revere, Lynn, and Malden can expect to see upgrades to the existing one-mile stretch of the path. Alongside the landscape improvements to the existing path, preliminary plans are also in the works for a .75-mile extension of...
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Zoning Board, City Call for Review of Encore Employee Parking

November 29, 2018
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The City and the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) have asked Encore Boston Harbor to pay for a peer review study of its proposal to site 625 employee parking spaces on Air Force Road, likely wrapping up the study and the decision on the matter by the end of December. Last month, Encore had...
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Council Agrees to Further Work on Changes to Habitability Ordinance

November 29, 2018
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Despite pleas from City officials to reinstate the former apartment inspection ordinance, the Council agreed on Monday night to keep the matter on the table and work on some changes. That came after the matter went through several twists and turns over the past few weeks, with Councilor Rosa DiFlorio calling for reconsideration of...
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Pope John Plays in Super Bowl Saturday

November 29, 2018
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The Pope John XXIII High School football team will put its perfect record on the line when it plays St. Bernard’s Central Catholic (Fitchburg) in the Division 8 Super Bowl Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. Pope John (12-0), who is led by head coach Paul Sobolewski, is seeking the school’s second Super Bowl...
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Free Parking to Start for Holiday Season

November 29, 2018
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Office of the Parking Clerk are happy to announce the suspension of parking meter fees for a period during the holiday season. From Saturday, Dec. 1 to Wednesday, Jan. 2, all parking meters in the City will be free of charge. The Mayor encourages everyone to consider Everett’s businesses...
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PCSS Students Celebrate Veterans Day

November 29, 2018
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Students at Pioneer Charter School of Science 1 Lower School (PCSS1) in Everett celebrated Veterans Day by writing notes to veterans thanking them for their service. The school held an assembly featuring a presentation by PCSS1 Dean, Davit Micu, and School Counselor, Nichole Boucher, who taught students about the work veterans do to protect...
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Everett Toy Drive to Get Underway

November 29, 2018
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Office of Human Services will once again be collecting new and unwrapped toys for Everett children this holiday season.  Drop off your donation by Monday, Dec. 17, at the Mayor’s Office or attend the Christmas Tree Lighting on Friday, Nov. 30, and drop off a toy for an Everett...
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Flu Shots to be at Coty Hall on December 3 and 6

November 29, 2018
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Mayor Carlo DeMaria Jr. and the Everett Health Department want you to get your flu shot. National Influenza Week will be observed Dec. 2-8. It is important to be vaccinated against the flu, especially throughout the holiday season and it is not too late to get protected. The Everett Health Department will hold flu...
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