Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2013
Broadway Advisory Group to Meet on May 1st to Discuss Revitalization Efforts along the Cities Central Business DistrictApril 22, 2013
Mayor Dan Rizzo campaigned on a promise to change the face of Broadway through a well thought out, community guided revitalization process. In order to make certain the business community along Revere’s central business district has a voice in the process, the Mayor has established a Broadway Advisory Group which offers input and advice with respect to this important project. Their next meeting... Read more
I write to you today with a heavy heart. A tragic event unfolded in Boston this past Monday, killing and injuring innocent people and wounding the soul of a great city during an iconic and historic event.
I think we all feel a bit numb right now, but there is strength in coming together - coming together to comfort one another, to mourn and to heal.
My thoughts are with the victims... Read more
Since taking office Mayor Rizzo has been committed to working with Chief Cafarelli, the City Council, and other community groups to expand, and reinvigorate, Crime Watch groups across the City of Revere. Large scale Community Crime Watch meetings have been held in nearly every Ward in the City in order to provide residents an access point to the Police Department. The establishment of a... Read more
The Internal Revenue Service today announced a three-month tax filing and payment extension to Boston area taxpayers and others affected by Monday’s explosions.
This relief applies to all individual taxpayers who live in Suffolk County, Mass., including the city of Boston. It also includes victims, their families, first responders, others impacted by this tragedy who live outside SuffolkCounty... Read more
National Grid is reminding its municipal partners and police chiefs of a nationwide utility bill scam. National Grid electric customers have received telephone calls from individuals claiming to work for National Grid. These scammers demand payment, through a pre-paid card, on past due balances for electric accounts and threaten customers that their service will immediately be shut-off for... Read more
Mayor Rizzo, in conjunction with Police Chief Cafarelli, is pleased to announce the opening of the Revere Police Department Community Resource Office (substation) located at 6 Pleasant Street. “Public Safety continues to be my number one priority as Mayor of the City of Revere,” commented Mayor Rizzo.
The mission of the Community Resource Office (“CRO”) is to develop crime prevention... Read more
Revere Police Detective Sergeant Steven Pisano was honored today at the State House with the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance’s Access to Justice Award. The award is bestowed annually upon “an individual survivor, service provider, agency or organization (criminal justice or community-based) whose leadership and outreach efforts have made victim rights and services more available and... Read more
As part of our effort to improve and maintain the water quality for the Citizens of Revere, we will be commencing a system wide hydrant-flushing program. It is anticipated that the flushing will begin the week of April 22, 2013. The flushing of the system will take approximately eight to ten weeks. To reduce inconvenience as much as possible, actual flushing will take place between 8:00pm and... Read more
After a 3 month investigation by Revere, Winthrop, Lynn, Saugus and the Massachusetts State Police s officers arrested two Brothers Juan Delarosa and Rafael Delarosa along with a cousin Canuelas Nieves. Both Delarosa brothers have been arrested by Revere and Winthrop police for various alleged drug offenses in the recent past and those cases remain open. The arrest and search warrants executed in... Read more