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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.

 

 

STEPS Initiative Police Officers to Each Mentor One School Class for 7 Years

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STEPS Initiative Police Officers to Each Mentor One School Class for 7 Years
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Sep 02, 2015
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STEPS Initiative Police Officers to Each Mentor One School Class over 7 year period

Innovative program to foster long-term, beneficial connections and communication between students and law enforcement


SOMERVILLE -- Come this September, the Somerville Police Department will be increasing its presence in the schools, but nobody is in trouble-and the City's new STEPS initiative aims to keep it that way.

Annual "Somerville Reads" Campaign Kicks Off 9/16 at Somerville Public Libraries

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Annual "Somerville Reads" Campaign Kicks Off 9/16 at Somerville Public Libraries
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Aug 21, 2015
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ANNUAL "SOMERVILLE READS" CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF SEPT. 16 AT SOMERVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARIES

Somerville residents encouraged to read "The Martian," the selected 2015 book, and discuss the novel at a series of events this fall.

 

Somerville Sunsetters Invite Residents to Remaining 2015 Performances

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Somerville Sunsetters Invite Residents to Remaining 2015 Performances
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Aug 17, 2015
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SOMERVILLE - Residents are invited to enjoy the remaining performance dates for the 2015 Somerville Sunsetters season. Led by Somerville Youth Arts Coordinator Jimmy Del Ponte, the Sunsetters are a traveling youth music troupe, performing popular show tunes and contemporary pop music hits on city streets throughout July and August at sunset. The group began in the 1970s, performing through the 1980s until they were reinstated by Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone in 2004.

Somerville Housing Boards Need New Members

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Somerville Housing Boards Need New Members
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Aug 11, 2015
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SOMERVILLE HOUSING BOARDS NEED NEW MEMBERS

Candidates sought for Fair Housing Commission and Condominium Review Board

SOMERVILLE - Two City of Somerville housing boards, charged with preventing housing discrimination in the city and with enforcing the condominium conversion ordinance to protect renting tenants, have vacancies and the City invites interested candidates to apply and represent the community.

'Seize the Summer' at SomerStreets on Highland Ave., Sunday, August 9

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'Seize the Summer' at SomerStreets on Highland Ave., Sunday, August 9
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Aug 04, 2015
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‘SEIZE THE SUMMER' AT SOMERSTREETS ON HIGHLAND AVE., SUNDAY, AUGUST 9
Free Open Streets event to feature live music, family-friendly activities, food, and more.


CPA Funding Eligibility Applications Now Available

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CPA Funding Eligibility Applications Now Available
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Jul 31, 2015
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CPA FUNDING ELIGIBILITY APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE
More than $3.7M available for affordable housing, open space, outdoor recreation and historic preservation projects

City's First Public Parklet Opens on Somerville Ave.

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City's First Public Parklet Opens on Somerville Ave.
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Aug 03, 2015
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CITY'S FIRST PUBLIC PARKLET OPENS ON SOMERVILLE AVE.
Pilot project sets example of tactical urbanism for residents and businesses