Investing in Public Safety

This week, I went before the City Council to request expanding the pool of candidates for Revere Police Chief. To make sure we provide the City of Revere with the best possible Police Department, we need to expand the candidate pool, increase competition, and put the best from our department up against the best from around the Commonwealth.

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Seeking Your Input to Improve Resident Parking

Last week, I announced the formation of a Resident Parking Working Group, which will make recommendations on the implementation of a resident permit parking program for the City. The goal is to have a program in place for 2018.

During these working group sessions, we will seek resident feedback on what kind of permit system would work best for our residents and businesses.

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Mayor Arrigo's Remarks at Swearing-In of Five Lieutenants of Revere Fire Department

Good afternoon.

Welcome to this important day for the City of Revere, as we welcome five new firefighters to the rank of Lieutenant.


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Mayor Arrigo Committed to Upgrades at Long-Neglected DPW

Since taking office, my administration has worked to address the long-term, systemic problems at the DPW. In addition to the well-known poor condition of the DPW facility, the Department is also understaffed and has aging, broken-down equipment.

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Leading Crane Rental Company AmQuip Moving To Revere

AmQuip, the leading provider of crane rentals in the United States, is moving its regional headquarters to Revere, after a $6.2 million deal by a developer to purchase the Rent-A-Tool property on North Shore Road.

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