Mayor Arrigo Announces Regional Public Health Collaborative With Chelsea and Winthrop

Mayor Brian Arrigo joined Chelsea City Manager Tom Ambrosino and Winthrop Town Manager James McKenna on Tuesday to sign the new North Suffolk Public Health Collaborative. This agreement will help Chelsea, Revere and Winthrop address local chronic health illnesses such as diabetes, asthma, heart disease, mental health problems and substance abuse collaboratively, thanks to a new regional agreement all three communities are joining, in partnership with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC).
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Mayor Arrigo enhances Substance Use Disorder Initiatives (SUDI) Office as part of strategy to address addiction; formal launch on October 27

Upon taking office, Mayor Brian Arrigo declared that tackling substance abuse in Revere is one of his administration's top priorities. Through his leadership, the City of Revere formalized and enhanced the SUD Initiatives (SUDI) Office, increasing staff capacity to address drug addiction in our community.

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Mayor Arrigo’s Statement on Resounding Victory for “No” Vote on Slots

“No” wins in a landslide, with 65.29% of the vote.

Thank you Revere!

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Mayor Arrigo's Statement Regarding Next Week's Special Election

The City of Revere would welcome a contribution from the proponents of the slot parlor to pay for the cost of next week’s special election. This developer forced through this unnecessary burden on the taxpayers. Unconditionally reimbursing the city for this expense would be the right thing to do.

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Mayor Arrigo's Statement Regarding City's Legal Action

“Over the last few weeks, Revere voters have been subject to misinformation surrounding the attempt to put an additional local question on the ballot regarding a proposed slot parlor in Revere. The misinformation has run the gamut from suggestions that this proposal can “save Suffolk Downs,” to attempts to blur the lines between the state question already on the ballot and the proposed local special election.

Ultimately, as Mayor, my job is to protect the city’s interests. As a result, I have to consider the facts. Here are the facts in this instance:

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