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CITY TO LIMIT PARTICIPATION IN SECURE COMMUNITIES PROGRAM

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CITY TO LIMIT PARTICIPATION IN SECURE COMMUNITIES PROGRAM
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May 22, 2014
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CITY TO LIMIT PARTICIPATION  IN SECURE COMMUNITIES PROGRAM

Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone to sign an executive order returning discretion on protecting community to local law enforcement officials

 

REVIEW SNOW EMERGENCY, REMOVAL POLICIES IN ADVANCE OF WINTER WEATHER

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REVIEW SNOW EMERGENCY, REMOVAL POLICIES IN ADVANCE OF WINTER WEATHER
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Residents reminded to familiarize themselves with policies, including parking and shoveling information, at www.somervillema.gov/snow
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Dec 13, 2013
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SOMERVILLE - Try as we may to avoid it, the inevitable New England winter is fast approaching. To help prepare new residents and seasoned veterans, Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone issued a reminder this week to all residents and property owners to review and familiarize yourself with the City's snow removal and snow emergency policies and procedures, which can be found at www.somervillema.gov/snow.

SECOND MEETING SCHEDULED TO REVIEW CITY’S ACCESSIBILITY SELF-EVALUATION PLAN

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SECOND MEETING SCHEDULED TO REVIEW CITY’S ACCESSIBILITY SELF-EVALUATION PLAN
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Second of two public meetings scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 3, gather community feedback. Somerville’s Plan praised by State Agency as “the new standard.”
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Sep 18, 2013
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SOMERVILLE - The City of Somerville's ADA Coordinator announced today that the City's second and final public meeting to receive feedback on its report detailing an exhaustive six-month evaluation of the City's accessibility will be held on Thursday, Oct. 3rd, at 6 p.m. in the Aldermanic Chambers at City Hall.

 

 

CITY & MIT CLIMATE COLAB CONTEST SEEKS NEW CARBON NEUTRALITY IDEAS

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CITY & MIT CLIMATE COLAB CONTEST SEEKS NEW CARBON NEUTRALITY IDEAS
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Mar 31, 2015
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SOMERVILLE & MIT CLIMATE COLAB CONTEST SEEKS ATYPICAL IDEAS FOR CARBON NEUTRALITY

Global contest seeks pioneering solutions to help Somerville/cities reach carbon reduction goals

WORLD-RENOWNED FIRM HIRED TO ADDRESS PUBLIC SPACE CHALLENGE

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WORLD-RENOWNED FIRM HIRED TO ADDRESS PUBLIC SPACE CHALLENGE
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Mar 25, 2015
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WORLD-RENOWNED FIRM HIRED TO ADDRESS PUBLIC SPACE CHALLENGE
Volunteers sought for public space-public life survey to identify opportunities to reach public space goals

6TH ANNUAL MAYOR’S FITNESS CHALLENGE KICKS OFF ON MARCH 28

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6TH ANNUAL MAYOR’S FITNESS CHALLENGE KICKS OFF ON MARCH 28
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Mar 23, 2015
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6TH ANNUAL MAYOR’S FITNESS CHALLENGE KICKS OFF ON MARCH 28  
Events for every fitness level planned through March and April to engage residents in getting healthy and energized just in time for spring!

SPFJr. YOUTH LEADERS PARTICPATE IN NAT. ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN

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SPFJr. YOUTH LEADERS PARTICPATE IN NAT. ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN
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Mar 19, 2015
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SPFJr. YOUTH LEADERS PARTICPATE IN NATIONAL ANTI-SMOKING CAMPAIGN

Somerville youth leaders work to prevent smoking among peers by helping them realize ‘Most Don’t Smoke’

$2.1M AWARDED TO COMBAT HOMELESSNESS IN SOMERVILLE, ARLINGTON

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$2.1M AWARDED TO COMBAT HOMELESSNESS IN SOMERVILLE, ARLINGTON
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Mar 19, 2015
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$2.1 MILLION AWARDED TO COMBAT HOMELESSNESS IN SOMERVILLE AND ARLINGTON

12 housing programs and 3 service programs funded through U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development award to Somerville-Arlington Continuum of Care

$1.9M MARKED FOR HISTORIC RESOURCES, GREEN SPACE PROJECTS

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$1.9M MARKED FOR HISTORIC RESOURCES, GREEN SPACE PROJECTS
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Mar 19, 2015
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$1.9M MARKED FOR HISTORIC RESOURCES, GREEN SPACE PROJECTS BY COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE

Follows $2.2M in funding for affordable housing; recommendations headed to Board of Aldermen for approval

UNION SQUARE CIVIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE EXPANDS

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UNION SQUARE CIVIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE EXPANDS
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Mar 10, 2015
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UNION SQUARE CIVIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE EXPANDS

CAC to help shape agreements over the next year that will guide Union Square development

SOMERVILLE -Eight new members are joining the Union Square Civic Advisory Committee (CAC), which is expanding and broadening the committee's experience, diversity, and representation of the neighborhood, as the community planning process for the square continues this spring.