- Allison Goldsberry After a heated debate, the Medford City Council delayed setting the property tax rate after City Councilor Breanna Lungo-Koehn tabled the issue. Every year the Council has the thankless task of voting on property tax rates for residential and commercial property owners. Setting the rate is a difficult decision as taxes generally [...]
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Voters Choose New City Council; School Committee The Medford voters have spoken and come January 2012 three new faces will join the city’s elected bodies. Erin DiBenedetto and Robert E. Skerry, Jr. will join the School Committee while Rick Caraviello will take a seat on the City Council. Mayor Michael McGlynn was re-elected to his [...]
A traffic light switch box in Somerville was transformed into public art. Photo courtesy Somerville Arts Council. Turn Traffic Light Switch boxes into Art! Medford Health Matters (MHM), in coordination with the City of Medford, is embarking on an exciting switch box beautification project. Over the next few months we will be matching local artists [...]
The Kiwanis Club of Medford was represented by Paul Donato, Barbara Carli, Chris Curtin, Patti Costas and John Costas at the Annual New England District of Kiwanis Fall Training Conference. The members attended several different break-out sessions and they obtained helpful information to improve Club performance and enhance the experience of serving the Community. It [...]