Everett Chamber's blog
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Dear Community Members and Job Seekers,
Mayor Carlo DeMaria and the City of Everett invite you to join them and continue to ring in the New Year, on Saturday, January 12th from 4-6PM at Seven Acres Park, for the City's Annual Bonfire Celebration. We will be torching all of the discarded Christmas trees with a huge bonfire, overseen by our own Everett Fire Department. There will be Music . Food . Hot drinks and entertainment, with Fire Dancers and a Trackless Train to take you on a ride around the bonfire spectacle! So come on down to Seven Acres Park and warm up with some friends and enjoy this festive event!
The Malden Warming Center will be open in January and February and is in need of volunteers.
Please follow the link below to sign up for a shift if you would like to help out!
Here's the link to the spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1GkGcqsfx3-jmTZUE9Oq_Z2hblXi2xOy0oyMDVwOSN7Q/edit?usp=sharing
A New Vision for the Future of Transportation
Mayor DeMaria and Everett Transportation Planner, Jay Monty, share some of the big ideas that the City of Everett is pursuing from additional bus lanes, bike paths and parking policies. In this video, they explain why these initiatives are different from those of the past, and why they’re so important to keeping Everett a desirable place to live, work, and play.
Everett is such a strong community filled with compassionate and caring people and it really shows during the holiday season. Every year City officials, businesses, and residents alike join together to celebrate Everett’s Tree Lighting Ceremony. The Mayor would like to once again invite everyone to this amazing event on November 30th to enjoy pictures with Santa, sleigh rides, a train ride down Norwood Street, an inflatable snow globe to take pictures in, a giant inflatable winter themed slide, and much more!
September 27, 2018
By Seth Daniel
The last of the cranes on the Encore Boston Harbor site have been taken down, and now the focus of the work has moved inside to the finishes in the rooms and lobby areas.
Greg John, of Encore, said they took down the last of the cranes last week, and it was a signal for work to proceed inside. Cranes have been on site since August 2016, with as many as 16 cranes on site at one time. With the structure topping off early last summer, and the bronze glass curtain now completed, there was no longer any need for cranes on site.
Is your business interested in doing business with Encore Boston Harbor (casino development)? Could your company become a supplier of outside goods or services that are needed? Register and attend this Vendor Opportunities Information Session and find out.