SOMERVILLE – Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and the Somerville Board of Aldermen invite residents to the Spring 2017 ResiStat Community Meetings, a twice-yearly effort to share the latest City news, data, and neighborhood updates directly with residents and gather their feedback. Continue reading Somerville Spring 2017 ResiStat Meeting Schedule
By Joe Curtatone
Trump’s 100-day scorecard, by the standards he set for himself, is embarrassing. The list below doesn’t even include his border wall (not going to happen) and his plan to defeat ISIS (non-existent). Continue reading Somerville Mayor Calling President Trumps Scorecard “Embarrassing”
These indictments were handed down between March 7 and March 23, 2017. Defendants are listed by towns where alleged offenses occurred. Defendants without a hometown listed do not have a last known address. These charges are allegations and the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Continue reading Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan Announces Grand Jury Indictments Including 4 Somerville Men
We all intend to fill out the City census, but time goes by and somewhere along the way the form gets lost or recycled. Continue reading Somerville 2017 Census
Amazing what happens when sanctuary city issues go to court. San Francisco has sued the Trump administration over its threat to deny the funding based on sanctuary status. Continue reading Mayor Joseph Curtatone on San Francisco Sanctuary City/Trump Law Suit
By Ward1 Alderman Matthew McLaughlin
Assembly Row is one of the few areas in the city that can accommodate large commercial and residential growth. That is why I fought to have it included in the city’s 20 percent affordable housing ordinance that the Board of Aldermen passed last May.
Continue reading More affordable housing needed in Assembly Square