2020 Blog Posts

Ward 3 Newsletter – Summer 2020

Ward 3 Newsletter Summer 2020 First thing's first Greetings! It's hard to believe that the summer has just about come and gone. This was certainly a summer to remember for the unique circumstances that remain, but also for the consistently high heat and humidity. I...

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Announcing the Winners of the COVID-19 Writing Competition

I am left inspired and honored by the students of the City of Quincy. We had 821 students submit poems, stories and essay on their experiences and perspectives during the COVID-19 pandemic. It certainly wasn't easy choosing 9 winners out of that group. I am grateful...

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COVID-19 Writing Competition

I recently had a great conversation with a neighbor. She expressed her hope that Quincy's young people were taking time to write about their experiences during the global pandemic because of its historical significance. Acting on such a great idea, and in order to...

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2019 Blog Posts

Ward 3 Newsletter – Fall 2019

Ward 3 Newsletter Fall 2019 First thing's first Greetings! We are one week away from Election Day on Tuesday, November 5. It has been my honor to serve as your representative to the Quincy City Council since 2016, and I hope to have your vote to serve for two more...

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Ward 3 Newsletter – Summer 2019

Ward 3 Newsletter Summer 2019 First Thing's First Greetings! I hope that you and yours have had a wonderful summer. Here are a few scheduling items and updates from around the city. I hope you're doing well, and, as always, thank you for the opportunity to serve as...

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Ward 3 Newsletter – Spring 2019

Ward 3 Newsletter Spring 2019 First thing's first Greetings! I think we're in spring. Right? We're almost there. I can feel the warmth just around the corner. Here are a few scheduling items and updates from around the city. I hope you're doing well, and, as always,...

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2018 Blog Posts

Crime Prevention Meeting with QPD – December 18, 2018

If you were unable to make last night's Community Crime Prevention Meeting at Wollaston School, please follow this link to the Quincy Police Department's Facebook Page to view the video. The...

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Fall 2018 Newsletter

Greetings! Summer is now a distant memory, but I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday with family and friends and that your fall and holiday season is off to a productive start. Here are a few scheduling items and updates from around the city. Wollaston...

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2017 Blog Posts

End of Year 2017 Newsletter

As we come to another end of another year, I send my best wishes to you and your families during the Holiday Season and into the New Year! My first term as your representative has been an enjoyable, enlightening, and, at times, a trying experience. I look forward to...

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114 Whitwell Community Meeting 11/21/17

Ward 5 City Councilor Kirsten Hughes and I hosted a community meeting with FoxRock Properties on Tuesday, November 21, to provide an update on the re-development of 114 Whitwell Street, also known as the former Quincy Medical Center property. The team from FoxRock...

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Fall 2017 Newsletter

We’re finally on the other side of election season. THANK YOU for giving me the opportunity to serve you for another two years. I feel fortunate to be in a place where I get to work for and with you, and to actively participate in the city I love. I hope that you and...

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2016 Blog Posts

Fall 2016 Newsletter

The colors have changed, the leaves have fallen, and I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends. The Holiday Season is now in full swing. We have had a busy few months since we reconvened council in September, and this will...

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Upcoming Neighborhood Meetings & Communication

Last week, I sent out a letter to everyone in the Ward regarding two upcoming neighborhood meetings, as well as recommunicating how you can get in touch with me should you ever have any questions, comments, or need my assistance. Dear Neighbor, I am writing to inform...

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