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TRAFFIC AND PARKING TO OFFER THREE-DAY VISITOR PERMITS AND ONLINE RESIDENT PERMITTING

SOMERVILLE - Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and Acting Traffic and Parking (T&P) Director Matthew Dias announced today that the City of Somerville has unveiled a three-day Visitor Permit to supplement the standard, two-day Visitor Permit. On the heels of this announcement, T&P has also expanded its services to include online permitting for resident parking permits at Parksomerville.com.  "In Somerville, we are committed to providing accurate, courteous, and easy customer…

LGBT Skate Night 10/26

  The Somerville Office of Commissions and LGBT Liaison, Elizabeth Field, invite all interested community members to "Somerville's LGBT Halloween Skate Night" on Friday, October 26th at 6:00 p.m. at the Veteran's Memorial Rink, 570 Somerville Ave.  Residents of all ages are invited to attend, and prizes will be given for best costume.  Tickets are $5 in advance (at www.somervillerec.com) and $6 at the door, and skate rentals are $5.  This event is cosponsored by the Bisexual…

INSPECTIONAL SERVICES SUPT. EDWARD NUZZO TO TRANSFER TO CITY’S CAPITAL PROJECTS DEPT.

SOMERVILLE – Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone announced today that Inspectional Services Superintendent Edward Nuzzo will be appointed to the position of Capital Projects Manager in the City’s newly reorganized Department of Capital Projects.  A licensed construction supervisor with over 25 years of experience, Nuzzo previously served the City as a capital projects manager from 1998 to 2010. As ISD Superintendent from 2010 to the present, Nuzzo has overseen a team of building and safety…

CITY ROLLS OUT $80K UPGRADE STUDY FOR STREET CURBS, RAMPS AND INTERSECTIONS; COMPREHENSIVE ACCESSIBILITY PLAN TO BE FUNDED IN FY13 CAPITAL PLAN

SOMERVILLE – Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone announced today that the City of Somerville had embarked on an $80,000 study to develop priorities and a long-term schedule to enhance accessibility design compliance for the City’s more than 3,200 pedestrian ramps, sidewalks and intersections.  Mayor Curtatone also announced that he would propose the inclusion of funding to support the development of a comprehensive accessibility review and multi-year ADA transition plan for all municipal facilities…

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