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Councilor Knight to Hold Office Hours April 1st

Medford City Councillor Adam Knight will be holding office hours on Wednesday April 1st at 4:30pm in Room 207 at City Hall. “Office hours is an opportunity for us to sit down and discuss your questions, concerns and ideas on how we can keep Medford moving forward – so please do not hesitate to attend,” […]

Council Considering Steps to Address Opiate Addiction

From left: City Councilor Paul Camuso, Medford Public Schools Nurse Supervisor Toni Vento, Lead Physical Education teacher Rachel Perry, and Mystic Valley Regional Public Health Coalition’s Brook Hoyt. – Allison Goldsberry The Medford City Council is considering creating a task force and an ordinance for a substance abuse prevention coordinator position to address opiate addiction. […]

City Council to Hold Meeting About Opiate Addiction

The Medford City Council is holding a Committee of the Whole meeting next week to address the rising concern of opiate addiction and its effect on the community. The meeting was planned following emotional testimony before the City Council on March 3 by members of Overcoming Addiction. Their stories of personal struggle resonated with the […]

Councilor Camuso Not Seeking Re-Election in 2015

Long-time Medford City Councilor Paul Camuso announced today he will not seek re-election in 2015. The following is an announcement Camuso released on Thursday afternoon: Dear Friends and Colleagues: As the New Year approaches and after consulting with my family, I have decided that I will not seek reelection to the Medford City Council in […]

Kohl’s Seeks Permit to Remain Open for 24 Hours During Holiday Season

Kohl’s is making plans to remain open for twenty-four hours during the peak holiday shopping season. Representatives from the department store will appear before the City Council on Tuesday seeking a permit for the extended hours. The store is seeking to remain open for twenty-four hours for up to ten days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, […]

Councilor Knight to Hold Office Hours October 1st

Medford City Councilor Adam Knight is holding office hours on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 from 4:30-6:00pm in the Council Committee Room at City Hall. People are encouraged to come and discuss any issues or concerns. Knight, far left, is pictured with State Representative Paul Donato and Mayor Michael McGlynn. – InsideMedford.com

Mayor Vetoes Council Resolution to Reduce Budget

Mayor Michael McGlynn has vetoed a City Council resolution to reduce the city budget by over $600,000. According to a statement released by the Mayor’s office, following a conversation City Solicitor Mark Rumley had with the state Department of Revenue, it was determined the resolution was too vaguely worded and did not specify the reduction, […]

City Council Announces Summer Meeting Schedule

The Medford City Council will meet at the following times over the summer, according to City Clerk Ed Finn: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 7:00 PM Tuesday, August 12, 2014 7:00 PM Tuesday, September 23, 2014 7:00 PM Tuesday, September 30, 2014 7:00 PM Council meetings are broadcast live on Channel 22 (Comcast customers) or Channel […]

Congresswoman Katherine Clark Hosting Coffee Hour in Medford Friday

Newly elected Congresswoman Katherine Clark is hosting an open coffee hour at the Danish Pastry House on Friday. Constituents are invited to come and share their concerns with Rep. Clark from 1-2PM, according to a flier from her office. Rep. Clark is pictured above at the Danish Pastry House during her campaign last winter with […]

City Council to Review Budget for FY 2015

The Medford City Council is in the process of reviewing the budget for fiscal year 2015, which begins July 1. Budget hearings are scheduled for June 10, June 11, June 12, June 16, and June 17, according to information posted on the city website. The entire proposed budget for next year is $150,842,701, which includes […]