By William Tauro
South Middlesex County Registrar of Deeds Maria Curtatone is amid allegations that she hosted an underage graduation party at her home located on Munroe Street that spilled out to the lawn of the Prospect Hill Tower and turned into a bloody brawl with over a hundred fighting teenagers this past Thursday night.
Continue reading Registrar Curtatone’s Out of Control Underage Drinking Party Prompts Stabbing on Munroe St Somerville
Dear Billy T and Somerville Speakup Line,
Please post for the community and all who own single/multiple properties so they can see the final bill of the transfer fee presented to the Committe of Revenue during the public hearing on Wednesday, 6/20 at the statehouse. Continue reading Somerville Speakup Line: Oppose An Act Authorizing City of Somerville to Impose a Real Estate Transfer Fee
Eternally vigilant, fighting for your small property owner rights.
Multi-unit apartments, condos, and singles.
We are asking that our members protest ALL real estate transfer fees. A new real estate transfer fee House Bill 4582 that is Somerville specific has been filed and it is moving FAST! It will almost certainly spread like wildfire to Cambridge, Chelsea, Boston and beyond if Somerville passes the measure.
Continue reading Protest ALL Real Estate Transfer Fees Call /Write Today!
On Saturday, June 2nd, Prospect Hill Academy Charter School (PHA) celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2018 during commencement ceremonies held at MIT’s Kresge Auditorium in Cambridge.
Continue reading Prospect Hill Academy Class of 2018 Commencement
GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS FRIDAY, June 22, the 173rd day of 2018 with 192 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 5:06 and sunset is @ 8:24. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury & Saturn. The evening stars are Neptune, Uranus & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1558 – The French took the French town of Thioville from the English. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer
If you’ve traveled through Davis Square, you’ve likely noticed that many pedestrians don’t wait for the walk signal when crossing the street and after some data analysis we understand why. If you only cross when you have the walk signal it could take you more than five minutes to get around the square. Although crossing without the walk signal isn’t the safe choice, it has been the fast choice.
Continue reading Davis Square Signal Pattern Changes
Dear Members of the Joint Committee on Revenue,
I am writing to provide testimony as a constituent of the City of Somerville regarding Bill H.4582, specifically to the consideration and authorization to impose a transfer fee.
Unfortunately, I was unable to attend yesterday’s hearing at 10 a.m., for personal reasons.
Continue reading Letter to the Editor: To Members of the Joint Committee on Revenue on Somerville Transfer Tax