Posts Tagged ‘Messages from Mayor Cahill’

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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September 13, 2020 – Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with a Sunday evening update.  I hope you are doing well.  With confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalization rates locally for COVID both low and holding steady, we plan to open City Hall and other city buildings to the public starting tomorrow.  Offices will

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July 15, 2020 – Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with a quick announcement.  So far COVID-19 has prevented the city from offering our traditional summer concerts, so tomorrow at 6 PM, BevCam will broadcast live Beverly’s first Summer Remote Concert.  One of our favorites who have played on the Common in recent years,

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June 10, 2020 – Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi, Folks.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with two updates on this Wednesday evening. The Beverly High School Music Department has been hard at work, and will present their first ever Virtual Spring Concert tomorrow evening, June 11th, at 7 PM on BevCam Channel 22.  Chorus, band, string ensemble, and

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June 6, 2020 – Message from Mayor Cahill

Hi, Friends.  Since Former President Obama spoke to the nation earlier this week and urged Mayors throughout the country to pledge to conduct a review of their cities’ police use of force policies, I have had numerous discussions with our Police Chief, members of our Human Rights Committee, and others,

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May 27, 2020: Mayor Cahill’s Swift 911 Call

Hi Friends.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with a Wednesday evening update.  As the weather has improved many of us are looking to the beaches and to the water.  Since Governor Baker’s beaches order requires municipalities to limit parking capacity near beaches, until further notice the limited parking available at

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May 19, 2020: Mayor Cahill’s Swift 911 Call

Hi.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with a Tuesday evening update.  As I am sure you know, Governor Baker announced yesterday that certain sectors of our local and state economy can now reopen once they comply with the state’s COVID-19 workplace safety standards.  This applies immediately to the construction and

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May 14, 2020: Mayor Cahill’s Swift 911 Call

Hi Everybody.  This is Mayor Mike Cahill with a Wednesday update.  As you may know, earlier this week, Governor Baker released the ground rules for a phased and safe re-opening of Massachusetts, which will continue to be guided by the science pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Specifics as to which

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