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SOMERVILLE LAUNCHES NEW EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION WEBSITE

Somerville Launches New Early Childhood Website Online resource next key step in Somerville’s vision to develop integrated citywide universal kindergarten readiness strategy Somerville, MA – Somerville families—and families looking to make Somerville their home—now have a new resource at their fingertips with the recent launch of SomervilleHub.org, a website produced by the Somerville Early Education Steering Committee to help connect local families with young children to the full range…

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North Street Playground Community Meeting 6/27

Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and Ward 7 Alderman Robert Trane invite all interested residents and stakeholders to a community meeting on Wednesday, June 27th to discuss final design plans for the North Street Playground.  The meeting will be held in the Clarendon Housing Community Room, located at 268 Rear, Powderhouse Blvd. Section B #15, beginning at 7:00 p.m.  All community members are welcome, and light refreshments will be served, courtesy of the Somerville High School Culinary Arts Program…

SOMERVILLE SEEKS EMERGING GREEN TECH PRODUCTS

EMERGING GREEN TECH COMPANIES: PITCH YOUR PRODUCT TO SOMERVILLE City begins shaping new Green Tech Program to meet needs of start-up green tech innovators and the City’s sustainability goals SOMERVILLE –The American flag. Marshmallow Fluff. Measuring a City’s happiness. What will come out of Somerville next? Green tech companies, Somerville wants your great idea to take root and grow in ‘The Innovation City,’ and is looking for your best product pitch. Emerging green tech companies are…

ANNUAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION MONTH EVENTS SET FOR MAY

SOMERVILLE - Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and Executive Director of the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission (SHPC) Brandon Wilson announce the schedule of events for the 2012 "Preservation Month" celebrations.  Throughout the month of May, the SHPC and other local organizations partner to host numerous events honoring Somerville's history and historic districts.  Remaining events include: Sunday, May 13th, 2:00pm:  Discussion, "The Menace of the Triple Decker…

STREET SWEEPING RESUMES APRIL 2nd

SOMERVILLE – Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and the Somerville Traffic and Parking Department remind all residents that regular street sweeping schedules will resume beginning Monday, April 2nd and continue through December 31st 2012.  On designated street sweeping days, vehicles must be moved to one side of the street, as noted on signs posted on each street.  The penalty for not complying with street sweeping parking regulations is a $50 fine.  Mayor Curtatone also announced that for the first…

ASSISTANT CITY SOLICITOR RECOGNIZED FOR ‘OUTSTANDING APPELLATE WORK'

ASSISTANT CITY SOLICITOR RECOGNIZED FOR ‘OUTSTANDING APPELLATE WORK' Matthew Buckley awarded Robert W. Ritchie Special Achievement Award for work in recent court cases SOMERVILLE - The Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association (MMLA) awarded the Robert W. Ritchie Special Achievement Award to Somerville Assistant City Solicitor Matthew J. Buckley, in recognition of his outstanding appellate work on several important municipal cases, including a recent Supreme Judicial Court decision denying a…

UTILITY WORKERS OF AMERICA DONATES 600+ POUNDS OF FOOD TO SOMERVILLE HOMELESS COALIATION FOR HOLIDAYS

SOMERVILLE - On December 19, 2011, officials from the Utility Workers of America, Local 369, invited Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Ward One Alderman William Roche and Alderman at Large Jack Connolly to join them as they delivered over 600 pounds of whole hams and turkeys to the Somerville Homeless Coalition's Project Soup.  "The type of holiday donation is the simplest and most direct help any organization can provide to those in need," said Alderman Roche.  "It made a huge difference to dozens…

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