Mayor Arrigo Discusses Agenda, Answers Resident Questions At Ward 2 Community Forum

Mayor Brian Arrigo hosted a Ward 2 Community Forum on Wednesday, May 18 at the Garfield School, the second edition of a series of town halls the Mayor is hosting across the city. During the forum, the Mayor answered questions from residents on a range of issues, including parking, school religious holidays, pedestrian safety, economic development, and beautification.

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Healthy Food = Healthy Economy

Co-Authored by Mayor Brian Arrigo and Andrea Janota, MPH

More than one million Massachusetts residents, including over 300,000 children, live in economically distressed urban and rural communities with limited access to markets carrying healthy, affordable foods, such as fresh produce, meat and dairy products. Revere is no exception. Unhealthy options tend to concentrate in working-class and immigrant-heavy communities, leading to more obesity, more diabetes and other preventable chronic health issues.

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VIDEO: Mayor Arrigo's Ward 1 Community Forum

RevereTV recorded Mayor Brian Arrigo's Ward 1 Community Forum, held on Tuesday, May 3 at the Beachmont School. Watch video of the forum below:

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City of Revere Inks Agreement To Save On Energy Costs

Mayor Brian Arrigo has announced a 20-year agreement between the City of Revere and Hunt Road Solar, LLC, a division of Citizens Energy, that will save the City millions of dollars on its electric bills over the course of the contract. The City Council approved the Memorandum of Understanding in a unanimous vote on Monday night.

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Mayor Arrigo To Host Six Community Forums, Starting In Beachmont on May 3

Mayor Brian Arrigo has announced a series of community forums to be held in each ward, intended to give residents of each neighborhood a chance to ask questions and discuss city services and quality of life issues in their area. The forums will be held throughout the year, with the first, a Ward One forum, held next Tuesday, May 3, at 6 PM in the Beachmont School Auditorium. 

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Mayor Announces “Beautify Revere” Series; First Cleanup Event April 16 at Oak Island Park

Mayor Brian Arrigo announced this week the launch of the “Beautify Revere” series, a set of cleanup events around the city scheduled throughout the year.

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Mayor Arrigo Announces 2016 Citywide Fitness Challenge & 5K

Revere Runs 5K Registration Form

Fitness Challenge Schedule and Signup Form

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Mayor Brian Arrigo is proud to announce that the Revere Citywide Fitness Challenge and 5K will return this year, in partnership with fitness-focused organizations from around the City. Residents will have the opportunity to sample classes from several health clubs, with an opportunity to win prizes. The celebration of fitness will culminate in the annual Revere Runs 5K on June 11, 2016.

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Getting Revere's Budget in Order

In my first months as Mayor, I have made the city budget my top priority. As someone who has spent the last decade of my career working on budgets, I understand firsthand the importance of having a budget that addresses the city’s needs while keeping the taxpayer in mind. The residents of Revere pay significant taxes and they should trust their elected officials to spend those tax dollars as wisely and efficiently as possible. Unfortunately, that has not been the case in recent years.

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Thank You for Sharing Your Views on Revere’s Future

Please read my op-ed published in the Revere Journal:

As we head into the last few days of the most important election Revere has seen in decades, I want to thank all of the residents I met during this campaign. You’ve opened your doors and your living rooms to me, and told me about your needs, your hopes, and your concerns.

You’ve told me about Revere’s desire for a more open, honest, and effective city government – and I have heard you loud and clear.

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Setting the Record Straight

Published in the Revere Journal:

All over Revere, voters are responding to our campaign’s positive message about the future of this city. Revere’s taxpayers want to see change. They want to see out of control spending reined in at City Hall. They want to see meaningful commercial development that creates jobs and tax revenue in Revere. They want to see a city government that is focused on the fundamentals ​- addressing the needs and concerns of the taxpayers from day one, instead of doing what’s politically convenient in an election year.

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