Mayor Arrigo’s Updates - Archive
January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014
Potholes are not only a roadway distraction but in many cases, if left unattended, can cause serious damage to vehicles. In an effort to update residents on efforts being made by the Department of Public Works, Mayor Rizzo is publishing his first annual “Pothole Report” which will come out in July of each year. The report will summarize the number of potholes filled by the Department of Public... Read more
Over the next three years, businesses that make use of the web expect to grow 40% faster than those that don't. Mayor Daniel Rizzo, in conjunction with the Revere Chamber of Commerce, the Revere Community School, the Interact Club at Revere High School, The Neighborhood Developers, and other local stakeholders, is continuing his initiative to engage local business owners through the U.S.... Read more
Mayor Daniel Rizzo is happy to announce once again the implementation of the Senior Citizen Work-Off Abatement Program for 2014. The program allows for 50 seniors to work for a $750 property tax deduction and another 50 seniors to work for a $500 water bill reduction.
“This program serves two purposes for us as a city government,” commented Mayor Rizzo. “First of all, it provides some relief... Read more
Recently, we submitted the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget for the edification and review of the Revere City Council. Every budget cycle brings with it, its own unique challenges, and opportunities. We continue to prioritize funding for our core tenets of public education, public safety, economic development, and the rebuilding of our aging infrastructure. We have continued to build on our new budgeting... Read more
I am pleased to submit for your consideration a proposed FY15 budget in the amount of $160,922,830.
We have continued to build on our new budgeting process with assistance from the Collins Center for Public Management at UMass. You will note additional changes and improvements in this year’s budget as we continue to move in a direction that improves the way we handle and deliver city finances.... Read more
Today Mayor Rizzo testified in front of the MA House & Senate Joint Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies, Regarding Governor Deval Patrick's Bill H. 4045 An "Act to Promote Growth & Opportunity. Economic Development and the diversification of the communities tax base, has been, and will continue to be one of the Mayor's top priorities.
Revere Beach Partnership Announces Plans for the 2014 Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival Featuring Fifteen Master Sculptors from Around the Globe
America’s First Public Beach Pays Tribute to U.S. Military Heroes with 11th Annual World-Renowned Sand Sculpting Festival from July 18 – 20, 2014
REVERE, MA (May 28, 2014) – The Revere Beach Partnership is proud to announce the dates... Read more
At its 2014 National Excellence in Urban Education Symposium held on May 21 - May 23, in San Diego, CA, the National Center for Urban School Transformation (http://ncust.org/wp/about/mission/) has nominated Revere High School as the Best 2014 Urban School in the United States with the GOLD Medal Award and a check of $5,000 dollars. In order to qualify for this national award, urban schools... Read more