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November 19, 2020: City of Beverly Announces Formation of Race Equity Task Force

Mayor Michael Cahill announced the formation and membership of the City’s Race Equity Task Force, which will examine the city’s policies and practices, as well as community operations, through a race equity lens. Read more: Press Release – City of Beverly Announces Formation of Race Equity Task Force 11.18.2020

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November 6, 2020: Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi Everyone.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with a COVID-19 update.  As you likely already know, Beverly and over 120 other communities across Massachusetts are in the red for daily transmissions of COVID-19.  This means the virus is spreading too much within our city.  We continue to actively contact trace

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October 29, 2020: Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi Friends.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill.  Today, I was informed by the state office of Health and Human Services that, in terms of new positive COVID-19 cases, Beverly has moved into the red zone.  We are one of 53 Massachusetts communities in the red zone for the first time

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October 23, 2020 – Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi Friends.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with an update this Friday evening.  First, tomorrow, October 24th, the Beverly Police department and the Beverly Health department are sponsoring a medication disposal event from 10 am to 2 pm in the parking lot of the CVS on 19 Dodge Street. Prescription

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Beverly, Massachusetts Unveils Its First Battery-Electric School Bus

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –  October 8, 2020                                                          Contact:  Catherine Barrett cbarrett@beverlyma.gov 978-605-2368 The City of Beverly and Beverly Public Schools today unveiled its first all-electric school bus, marking a significant milestone as the community transition its fleet of school buses from diesel to battery-electric. The new Thomas Built Buses

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October 15, 2020 – Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi Friends.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with an update for you all.  As we continue collectively to try and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Beverly, doing all things safely and creatively continues to require our attention and care.  So, I want to share two upcoming efforts with you. 

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