Annual Household Hazardous Waste Day a success
Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Department of Public Works recently held a successful Household Hazardous Waste Day on Saturday, May 7th at the Public Works facility.
The City of Everett and Clean Harbors, a comprehensive environmental, energy and industrial service, were visited by over 150 residents and provided a single source opportunity for hazardous waste disposal. All of the services were designed to work together seamlessly, making the entire process easier, safer, and more cost-effective. Residents were able to safely dispose of hazardous waste materials, including 20 propane tanks, approximately 175 light bulbs, helping to keep our community and the environment safer and cleaner.
Volunteers needed for Memorial Day flag placement
Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the Office of Veterans Services would like to invite residents to help with the placement of flags on Veterans graves for Memorial Day. Flag placement will take place at both the Glenwood and Woodlawn Cemeteries.
Come join in this great way to honor our Veterans. Volunteers are asked to meet at the following locations and times:
Saturday May 14th, Glenwood Cemetery, 9:00AM
Sunday May 22nd , Woodlawn Cemetery, 9:00AM
A reminder: please be mindful of any funerals that may be taking place.
Mayor DeMaria’s Council on Aging annual lobster bake
The Mayor’s Council on Aging is pleased to announce a special trip to Wells, Maine on Tuesday, June 28th for the COA Annual Lobster Bake. Attendees will enjoy a traditional Lobster Bake, steak or chicken.
The trip also includes transportation via luxury motor coach and stops along the way to the Famed Stonewall Kitchen in York, Maine, where attendees will enjoy homemade jams, jellies, spreads and more; Ogunquit Center, where attendees will enjoy quaint village shops, such as the famed Harbor Candy Shop; and When Pigs Fly Bakery, where attendees will enjoy luscious hearth baked breads and bread products.
Reservations are now being accepted. For more information please contact Dale at 617-394-2323 or Ida at 617-394-2260.