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Richard Gerokoulis For Northeast Metro Tech

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As early voting has begun and Election Day is drawing near, please consider me as one of your votes. Richard Gerokoulis a candidate for election of the Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School District Committee representing Malden as well as the other regional cities and towns representing Northeast Regional Metropolitan Vocational Technical School in Wakefield.

Voted in twelve cities and towns, Malden, Revere, Winthrop, Chelsea, Saugus, Melrose, Stoneham, Wakefield, Woburn, Reading, Winchester, and North Reading. I want to be your new voice for the region’s students, parents and taxpayers.

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Sincerely,

Rich Gerokoulis
Candidate for Northeast Vocational School Committee

 
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Revere news

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Property tax rates decrease

The Revere City Council voted unanimously on the recommendation of the city Assessor’s Office and Director of Finance George Anzuoni to establish the Minimum Residential Factor, thereby setting the tax rate for fiscal year 2017 to $13.99 residential and $27.53...

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Councillor seeks enforcement of signage ordinances

Councillor-at-Large Bob Haas wants to clean up the downtown business district, not of litter or trash but of the storefront signage and advertising overrunning businesses’ windows and sidewalks. In a motion presented at the Legislative Affairs Subcommittee Meeting...

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Costa Park Holiday lights

On Monday, December 12 the Holiday lights at Costa Park will be lit for the holidays.  The event will be from 5-7 PM.  It is being hosted and sponsored by Ward 2 Councillor Ira Novoselsky and Mayor Brian Arrigo. Come greet Santa arriving in a bright red Fire...

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Everett News

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City, MassDOT to extend bus-only lane pilot program

The City of Everett and MassDOT will extend their Broadway bus-only lane pilot program “until the foreseeable future” according to the Mayor’s office, The Advocate learned Thursday. The program, a part of the Everett Area Transit Action Plan, creates a...

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Beacon Hill Roll

THE HOUSE AND SENATE: There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. This week, with the end of the 2016 session only weeks away, Beacon Hill Roll Call, in the first of a series of special reports, looks at some of the bills that were approved by the...

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City lights tree at Glendale Towers

On Monday, December 5 residents of Glendale Towers were delighted to take part once again in their Annual Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. Mayor Carlo DeMaria, along with State Senator Sal DiDomenico and State Representative Joe McGonagle, offered the City’s...

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Malden news

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City moves forward with plans for a new parking department

Сity officials agreed this week to begin designing a new department to oversee parking issues throughout Malden. Mayor Gary Christenson and Police Chief Kevin Molis met with members of the City Council’s Ordinance Committee who have said a new parking department...

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New committee will explore strategies to reduce traffic

One of the easiest ways to spark up a conversation in Malden is to mention the word traffic. It seems like everyone who drives in the city has a story about traffic, and there are no happy endings. Last week the City Council approved Ward 3 Councillor John Matheson’s...

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Parking and profits

City hopes to generate new revenue by investing in a new parking department Parking is a multibillion dollar a year industry, and Malden wants a piece of the action. In the wake of the 2008 economic meltdown, cities and towns turned to parking and traffic tickets...

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Saugus news

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New tax rates set

On the average, homeowners will pay more; businesses less, under plan approved by selectmen for FY2017 The owner of an average single-family home in Saugus – valued at $372,900 – will pay $249 more in taxes. The tax bill for an average commercial property...

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RiverWalk Talk

Town schedules hearing for next Thursday night to get public comment on Saugus River waterfront project Do you have any ideas on how the Saugus River waterfront could be improved to become a greater asset for the community – from a standpoint of tourism, recreation...

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Selectmen deny transfer of Sully C’s liquor license to pizzeria

Termination of the license made official A majority of selectmen don’t think Frank Perry has the right kind of experience to hold a liquor license for the pizzeria he planned to open on Route 1. The board voted 4-1 at its meeting last week to deny Perry’s...

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