Mayor’s Office

PlanBeverly Survey: Share your thoughts

Take the PlanBeverly survey! Weblink: http://plan.beverlyma.gov/take-the-planbeverly-survey/ What is PlanBeverly? PlanBeverly is a one-year initiative that will engage the community in creating a framework to guide the stewardship and responsible growth of our city. The comprehensive master plan will situate Beverly in the context of the region and help Beverly residents

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PlanBeverly – CITY TO KICK-OFF NEW MASTER PLAN PROCESS

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                           Contact: Aaron Clausen April 23, 2019                                                                            aclausen@beverlyma.gov 978-605-2341  RE: CITY BEGINS YEAR-LONG MASTER PLANNING PROCESS: PLANBEVERLY BEVERLY – Mayor Michael Cahill announces the launch of the City’s Comprehensive Master Plan process and the launch of the project website: plan.beverlyma.gov. PlanBeverly will engage the public

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2019 State of the City

Monday, January 4, 2019 7:00pm Good evening, Mr. President and members of the City Council.  Thank you for giving me the opportunity so speak with you and the greater Beverly community this evening.  I’d like to take you through some of the work we are currently and will be engaged

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Mayor Cahill’s Summer Literacy Program receives $10,000 donation from American Renal Associates

Beverly based American Renal made a generous $10,000 donation to support Mayor Cahill’s 2018 Summer Literacy Program for elementary school students who are struggling to learn how to read.  This past summer’s program helped over 180 elementary school students make significant gains in reading achievement.  American Renal’s support for this

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Cities of Beverly, Lynn, Peabody, and Salem Announce Regional Relief Fund for Residents to Support those Impacted by Merrimack Valley Gas Fires

Today Beverly Mayor Michael Cahill, Lynn Mayor Thomas M. McGee, Peabody Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt, Jr, and Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll announced the establishment of the North Shore-Merrimack Valley Relief Fund for residents of their cities to donate directly to those displaced or impacted by the natural gas explosions and

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BEVERLY RECEIVES SEAPORT GRANTS TOTALING ALMOST $500,000

The City of Beverly was recently awarded two grants by the Baker-Polito Administration’s Seaport Economic Council. A $400,000 grant award will fund the replacement of the existing anchor system for the recreational docks located at Glover Wharf with guided piles. The project will address important safety and equipment concerns for

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