Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
June 1, 2013 - June 30, 2013
Senator in Congress, June 25, 2013 Read more
PATRICK ADMINISTRATION AND CITY OF BOSTON ANNOUNCE 54 MUNICIPALITIES PARTICIPATING IN COMMONWEALTH CONNECT APPJune 19, 2013
Commonwealth Connect Empowers Residents & Municipal Staff
BOSTON – Tuesday, June 18, 2013 – Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor today joined officials from the City of Boston and local officials from participating municipalities to formally launch the Commonwealth Connect app used by 54 cities and towns across the Commonwealth.
The smart phone application is based on the Citizens... Read more
13-15777-AR- Investigators from the Revere Police Department obtained information that a residence located at 136 Walnut Ave. in the rear was being used for prostitution and as a distribution center for heroin in the Shirley Avenue neighborhood. Detectives executed a search warrant and arrested Susan Mims of that address and Phillip Ruiz who gave a Chelsea address. Mims was charged with an... Read more
This past week we submitted the FY14 budget to the Revere City Council in the amount of $154,060,170 for its review and adoption. The budget documentation that was provided to the City Council in prior years had always seemed incomplete and overly cumbersome. Since becoming Mayor, I have taken on the responsibility to resolve this issue, and provide the Council, and the public, with... Read more
This past weekend the Revere community came together to celebrate the conclusion of the Fitness Challenge with the Revere Runs 5K run/walk, and Health and Wellness Fair at the Whelan School. More than 250 residents participated in the 5K. The Health and Wellness Fair was also a huge success due to the participation of over 20 businesses. The inclement weather did not discourage residents from... Read more
Mayor Daniel Rizzo is happy to announce the implementation of the Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program for 2013. The program allows for 50 seniors to work for a $500 property tax deduction and another 50 seniors to work for a $500 water bill reduction.
“This program serves two purposes for us in city government,” commented Mayor Rizzo. “First, it provides some much needed relief for our... Read more