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Massport Helps Support Youth Summer Job Fund

August 8, 2013
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Massport has contributed $31,000 to support summer job programs in Charlestown. The money is part of $450,000 in funds for summer employment for more than 300 students as part of Massport’s Community Summer Jobs Program. The money will give 20 Charlestown students summer employment at places like the Charlestown Boys & Girls Club; Charlestown...

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Rental Property Registration Deadline is August 31

August 8, 2013
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Last week the city’s Inspectional Services Department (ISD) announced it is pushing back the deadline for Charlestown landlords to register their rental properties. Under the city’s Rental Registration and Inspection Ordinance, landlords had until August 1 to register their properties but that deadline has been pushed back to August 31. The new ordinance that...

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HCAV Maintains Charlestown Residents Should Vote on Wynn Casino Project

August 1, 2013
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HCAV Maintains Charlestown Residents Should Vote on Wynn Casino Project

After Boston City Councilor Sal LaMattina and State Representative Eugene O’Flaherty sent letters to the state’s secretary on environmental affairs that spotlighted the potential impacts a Wynn Casino in Everett would have on Charlestown, the Boston’s Host Community Advisory Committee (HCAC)  is speaking up as well. At a meeting hosted recently by the Massachusetts...

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New Commander

August 1, 2013
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New Commander

USS Constitution held a change of command ceremony in Charlestown Navy Yard on July 26 at which Cmdr. Sean Kearns (right) relieved Cmdr. Matt Bonner as the 73rd commanding officer of ‘Old Ironsides’.

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MGH Institute of Health Receives Top Marks

August 1, 2013
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MGH Institute of Health Professions in Charlestown is the only school in Metro Boston named as one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The results of the prestigious education magazine’s sixth annual report on the Academic Workplace, the 2013...

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Menino Celebrates Anniversary of Americans with Disability Act

August 1, 2013
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Mayor Thomas M. Menino   last week joined the Commission for Persons with Disabilities and members of Boston’s disabled community on City Hall Plaza to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Established by Mayor Menino in 1995, the City of Boston’s Disabilities Commission promotes complete inclusion for individuals with disabilities in...

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Abutters Meeting on School St. Project

August 1, 2013
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The Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services has scheduled an abutters meeting regarding a proposal for a rear dormer at 87 School Street.  This meeting will be held on Thursday August 1 @ 6:30 PM at 87 School Street, Charlestown. This matter will go before the Zoning Board of Appeal on August 6.

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Beating the Heat

July 25, 2013
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Beating the Heat

Neighbors Ethan Greatorex, 4, and Reilley Bartlett, 5, of Charlestown found a fun way last week to beat the heat. They were happy for giveaways, fun activities, and a cool water spray feature to play in at Doherty Park in Charlestown during the Mayor’s free Splash Dance Party on July 18. The Boston Parks...

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Poll Shows Mayor’s Race is Still Up for Grabs

July 25, 2013
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Poll Shows Mayor’s Race is Still Up for Grabs

A recent Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll suggests that the Boston Mayoral race is still very much up for grabs with City Councilor At Large John Connolly and Representative Marty Walsh leading the pack. Twelve candidates are vying for the top two spots during the city’s primary scheduled for September 24. Those two candidates that...

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Menino Looks to Stop Wynn’s Casino

July 25, 2013
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The City of Boston last week raised the possibility that it could be considered a host community, along with the City of Everett, on the $1.2 billion Wynn Casino Resort being proposed for the former Monsanto property on Everett’s waterfront. As was reported in the Boston Globe last week city officials, in letters to...

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