Somerville News Weekly Speak Up Line

Welcome To Our New Somerville News Weekly Speak Up Line

“Are You Tired of Dealing With Troubling Idiotic Issues and Lack of Response and Responsibility up at Somerville City Hall?”

Please feel free to send us your complaints regarding issues up at City Hall that affect you and people around you in your city! “Speak Up and Be Heard!”

Please feel free to post on this site or call us at (617)293-2016 or email us at

All contacts and calls will remain strictly anonymous and will definitely be heard!

20 thoughts on “Somerville News Weekly Speak Up Line”

  1. So the house next door is renovating, before 8am during the week and they started banging at 0730 today which is Saturday. Glad to see a neighbor go ape!;#@ on them this morning. No work before 8 during the weel or before 9 on the weekends. They also are supposed to have parking permits or visitor permits to park here which they dont. Who needs to talk to these people, thr neighbors are gonna start a revolt led by me if this doesn’t stop.

  2. Magnificent web site. Plenty of helpful info here. I’m sending it to several pals ans also sharing in delicious. And obviously, thanks in your effort!

  3. I was walking Down Medford st” well I fell because the sidewalks are just terrible to walk on. And just about all the streets in are not safe to walk on. I am a older women my age is 74 years old. A disgraceful city.


    Check out this communication from the Mayor of Revere requesting a temporary residency waiver for Omar Boukili for the position of Chief Administrative Officer of Revere who lives in Somerville but will be moving soon to Revere. I think??
    Why is this guy Omar’s name being tossed around up at City Hall by the administration who are trying to push him into running for the Ward 4 Alderman seat?
    Here is a very straightforward video about Omar asking for a residency waiver in June of 2016.  
    The mayor of Revere insisted that he is actively looking for housing but can’t find it in this hot market. 
    The Revere mayor also guaranteed that he would be living in Revere by next June and now It’s almost April.

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