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2018 Blog Posts

Storm Emergency Declared

Mayor Koch has declared a storm emergency for the City of Quincy prior to a coastal storm with the potential to cause severe flooding and structural damage. Residents in coastal areas normally impacted by similar events are advised to monitor tide conditions and...

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Upcoming Neighborhood Meetings

I'll be hosting two upcoming meetings for neighbors regarding two proposed developments in Ward 3. More details are below. First meeting is tomorrow night, February 19, at Wollaston School regarding 365 Newport Ave. The second is on March 12 at Wollaston School...

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Thomas Crane Library Activity February 2018

If you're not aware, the Thomas Crane Library has a pretty unbelievable schedule of programming for folks of all interests and ages. I am copying the most recent update I recently received for February. I would highly advise taking advantage of what the Library has to...

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2017 Blog Posts

Winter/Spring 2017 Newsletter

It seems that we’ve been given a break this winter on the snow. I hope you’ve enjoyed the mild weather. Following the first day of spring, we are almost in the clear. As always, we have a lot going on in the city, so let’s get down to it... Residential Parking Program...

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Internet Trolls and Sanctuary Cities

You may be watching an ugly social media scene play out in the "debate on Sanctuary Cities." I use that term loosely. In this process, I have seemingly earned my first internet troll, who has decided to unilaterally make representations on my behalf in an attempt to...

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What is going on at the Villa?

Have you seen things happening at the Villa Rosa? Have you heard what's going on at the Villa Rosa? I've been asked these questions a lot recently. Months ago, a permit for internal demolition work was issued for contractors of the owner of the Villa Rosa. Most...

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2016 Blog Posts

Spring 2016 Newsletter

We’re just about there. The time of year everyone loves when people are as in bloom as the flowers. We might have had a mild winter, but it’s always refreshing to welcome springtime. We’re now a bit more than four months officially on the job, and I’ve enjoyed every...

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A Pedestrian-Friendly Quincy

I recently had the chance to speak with Patriot Ledger reporter, Pat Ronan, on my views of Quincy as a non-pedestrian-friendly city. As we see Quincy grow before us, it's important that we make the city more conducive to those needs of the MBTA commuter population...

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Proposed Hotel – Public Meetings

I received notice of Public Hearings before the Quincy Planning Board on Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at 7:05 p.m., and the Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, at 7:15 p.m., relative to the 1-15 Arlington Street and 22-30 Fayette Street Proposed Hotel...

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