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MAYOR ASKS RETIRING WD. 1 ALDERMAN BILL ROCHE TO ASSIST CITY AS PART-TIME INTERIM PERSONNEL DIRECTOR

SOMERVILLE – Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone announced today that recently retired Ward One Alderman William Roche has agreed to use his extensive background as a human resources professional to assist the City in the role of interim, part-time Personnel Director.   “Bill has an outstanding professional résumé, and few people have a better understanding of   Somerville city government,” said Curtatone.  “Honestly, I wish he were available to serve as Personnel Director on a full-time basis; I’d…

MAYOR TO RECEIVE AWARD FROM MASS. ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL COMMITTEES NOV. 8TH

SOMERVILLE - Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone announced today that he has received notification from the Massachusetts Association of School Committees (MASC) Board of Directors that they have unanimously voted to award him their 2012 All-State School Committee Award for Urban Districts.  The award is presented to individuals every year to honor their contributions to the lives of children within their district.  Mayor Curtatone was chosen from nominees from 57 urban districts across the Commonwealth…

SHAPE UP SOMERVILLE DIRECTOR ACCEPTS POSITION AT STATE DPH

SOMERVILLE - Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone announced this week that, in a meeting last week, the Director of the City's Shape Up Somerville (SUS) program, Jaime Corliss, tendered her resignation in order to accept a leadership position with Mass in Motion, a program of the state's Department of Public Health.  Corliss has served as the SUS Director since May of 2009, and will assume her new role, Manager of Community Initiatives within the Division of Prevention and Wellness next month. "Jaime…

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