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Clearing the Air on Urban Renewal

For the past six years, the redevelopment of the Lower Broadway area has been a key priority for me and my administration. In commissioning the Lower Broadway Master Plan in early 2012, we began an important and inclusive process that seeks to revitalize a critical area of our city. This Master Plan was the first step of many, including the drafting and approval of a municipal harbor plan, a comprehensive rewrite of area zoning and the establishment of the Everett Redevelopment Authority to execute meaningful urban renewal for the area.alt

Read more: Clearing the Air on Urban Renewal


State Transportation Bill Provides $3.75 Million for Everett Projects

State House and Senate reach deal confirming figures; Mayor thanks Sen. DiDomenico

Two major transportation projects were authorized in the City of Everett last week with Governor Deval Patrick’s signing of the state’s $12.8 billion transportation bond bill, most importantly providing millions of dollars for the reconstruction of a major roadway in the city.

Among the bill’s items is $3.5 million for the reconstruction of Beacham Street. The corridor is a major commercial truck route in Everett, serving the produce and energy industries near Lower Broadway and connecting a major industrial center in the city to the interstate and Boston.

Read more: State Transportation Bill Provides $3.75 Million for Everett Projects



The City Council will conduct a Public Hearing on April 28, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, Everett City Hall, 484 Broadway, Everett, MA to consider the City of Everett’s Lower Broadway Urban Renewal Plan (LBURP) dated April 2014. The LBURP seeks to promote revitalization opportunities within a significant portion of the Lower Broadway area of the City, including areas of commercial/retail, office, residential, manufacturing and public space land uses. The LBURP is available for viewing in the City Clerk’s Office and the Department of Planning and Development (DPD) at City Hall, the Parlin Memorial Library, and on the City’s website


Household Hazardous Waste Day Announced

Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to remind residents that the City will be holding its annual Household Hazardous Waste Day on Saturday, May 3, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the City Services Facility, 19 Norman St.

Acceptable household hazardous waste materials include oil-based paint, varnish, stain, turpentine; all types of metal, floor and furniture cleaners in bottles or aerosol cans; lawn and garden insecticides, pesticides, weed killers, and fertilizers; kitchen and bathroom cleaners; oven cleaners; drain cleaners; detergents; spot removers; automotive waste fuels; tire cleaners; tires; engine solvents; oil filters; antifreeze; car batteries; EMPTY propane tanks for grills and fluorescent lamps.

No latex paint, medical waste, grills or electronics will be collected.

For questions regarding the Household Hazardous Waste Day, contact Recycling Coordinator Jon Norton at 617- 394- 5004.


Marathon Man for a Cause

To sponsor Officer Hall and Cops for Kids With Cancer, visit his fundraising page at, or you may drop by the Everett Police Station on Elm Street. All checks should be payable to the charity.Since, 2009, officer Hall has run in 11 marathons, including five in Boston, two Disney Marathons, and races in New York, New Hampshire, Maine, and Connecticut.Twenty year veteran of the Everett Police Department Officer Bob Hall running in the 2011 Boston Marathon to raise money for Cops For Kids With Cancer.alt


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