Great meet and greet photos from our Veterans with Somerville Mayoral Candidate William Tauro this past Sunday morning!! Huge shout out to Maria Koutsoubaris, Voula Koutsoubari, Ress and the rest of the staff at Rene’s Cafe! You girls rock! Continue reading Somerville Veteran’s Breakfast On Billy Photos
(Somerville, MA) Naveo Credit Union announced it would offer its annual Carlos Faria and Victor Da Silva Memorial Scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year. Naveo is offering three scholarships of $1,500 each. Continue reading Naveo Credit Union announces three $1,500 scholarships are available for the 2021-2022 Carlos Faria and Victor Da Silva Memorial Scholarship Fund
Somerville, along with the 19 other communities that make up the Resilient Mystic Collaborative (RMC), was recently awarded the Environmental Business Council of New England’s Award for Leadership by a Non-Profit Organization. The Environmental Business Council of New England presents annual awards to recognize companies, organizations, and individuals for outstanding accomplishments in environmental management, energy resources and management, and climate change. Continue reading Resilient Mystic Collaborative, which Includes Somerville, Recognized for Work Around Climate Resiliency
Do you have ideas on how to keep cool in the heat? The City of Somerville, in partnership with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, is now accepting applications for the Keep Cool Somerville Community Projects Grant Program to support creative and impactful cooling solutions this summer. Continue reading Share Your Hot Ideas for Keeping Cool This Summer
The City of Somerville Department of Veterans’ Services invites local Veterans and family members of Veterans to submit short video messages to celebrate Memorial Day. Continue reading Somerville Seeks Short Video Messages to Honor Memorial Day
The City of Somerville will hold a virtual information session and public hearing on the proposed Fiscal Year 2022 water and sewer rates on Monday, May 3. The information session will start at 6 p.m. and the public hearing will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. Anyone who would like to testify is welcome to attend and will be heard. Additional Q&A time will be offered following the hearing if attendees have remaining topics of discussion. Continue reading Information Session and Public Hearing on FY2022 Water and Sewer Rates, May 3
The Somerville Community Preservation Committee is holding its annual Community Preservation Plan public hearing on Wednesday, April 28, at 7 p.m. Continue reading Somerville Community Preservation Plan Hearing & Application Workshop, April 28
By William Tauro
(Candidate for Mayor William “Billy”Tauro proposes 275 parking spaces for new Somerville High School.)
From a press release sent out on the new Somerville High School by the city it clearly reads: “The new building is designed for 1,590 students, which includes capacity for 1,515 students within Somerville High School and 75 students for the Next Wave / Full Circle schools. It’s roughly 396,000 square feet, compared to the old school, which totaled 360,000 square feet.” Continue reading How Do You Build a Multimillion Dollar High School in Somerville With Zero Parking?
“A strong pledge by William “Billy” Tauro that good times will return again for our seniors and veterans without any more political interference!”
By William Tauro
How many of you remember the good times that we spent together as a family of friends, once every month, for many years and for every holiday and festive occasion throwing an event for our lovely Somerville seniors and veterans at the Somerville Winter Hill Yacht Club?