Monthly Archives: September 2017

State,Feds Applaud the $350 Million Harbor Dredging Project

September 22, 2017
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State,Feds Applaud the $350 Million Harbor Dredging Project

By Seth Daniel As global commerce shifts increasing to larger and larger ship, places like Boston Harbor and the Chelsea Creek need to get deeper. That’s exactly what is happening right now after state, federal and local officials announced the $350 million project on Friday, Sept. 15, that will dredge the Harbor for the...

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Chelsea Man Sentenced for Running Illegal Guns

September 22, 2017
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A Chelsea man has pleaded guilty and has been sentenced to two years in jail in connection with trafficking illegal guns in Greater Boston, Attorney General Maura Healey announced. Jesse Cardona-Restrepo, 22, pleaded guilty in Suffolk Superior Court Wednesday to the charges of Trafficking a Firearm (one count), Carrying a Firearm (one count) and...

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CAPIC to Celebrate 50th Year at Gala Celebration Sept 26

September 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel There’s no better preparation for the future than one’s history. And there’s no better thing to celebrate than a 50th Anniversary. The CAPIC human services organization will accomplish both things at it’s 50th anniversary celebration of the corporation on Sept. 26 at the Homewood Suites in Chelsea on Beech Street. CAPIC...

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Preliminary Election are on Sept 26 in Districts 1 and 8

September 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel The biggest news ahead of next Tuesday’s Sept. 26 Preliminary Election is that the crowded and talented field of candidates in Prattville’s District 1 has been narrowed down from four to three. Sylvia Ramirez, a long-time organizer at the Chelsea Collaborative, announced that she would not seek the District 1 seat,...

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Mystic River Overlook Park About to Open Under the Tobin

September 22, 2017
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By Seth Daniel Reclaimed space is at an all-time high in today’s modern cities, and Chelsea is leading the way this month with the soon-to-be unveiled Mystic River Overlook Park – a rare stretch of City-owned parcels under the Mystic/Tobin Bridge that have been transformed into a funky new park. The space was long...

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Attorney Olivia Anne Walsh Announces Candidacy for District 2 City Councilor

September 22, 2017
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Chelsea attorney, Olivia Anne Walsh, has announced her candidacy for election to the City Council, District 2 Seat, where she will be a fulltime Councilor. As a longtime resident of District 2, I have a true and unwavering sense of appreciation and loyalty to the City and my fellow residents,” said Walsh. Walsh brings...

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Robert H Bishop Announces his Candidacy for District One City Council

September 22, 2017
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Bob Bishop recently announced his intention to seek the District One City Councillor seat in the upcoming City Primary Election, to be held on September 26, 2017. Prior to his retirement, Bob Bishop served as Chelsea City Clerk for fifteen years and also held the position of Chief Procurement Officer for the City of...

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Chelsea City Council Member Judith García to Seek Reelection

September 22, 2017
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After successfully completing a two-year term, District 5 City Councillor Judith García has announced that she will seek reelection. García, elected in 2015 with almost 60 percent of the vote, is the first Honduran American and the youngest member on the Chelsea City Council. During her tenure as chair of the Committee on Rules...

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City Council President Leo Robinson Announces His Re-Election Campaign for Councillor-At-Large

September 22, 2017
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I, Leo Robinson, am a lifelong resident of Chelsea, a family man, homeowner, and a Veteran of the United States Army. I am presently serving my fifth term as President of the City Council, and I absolutely love what I do. Chelsea is a big part of my life. I want to make sure...

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LFCFL to Host 9th Annual ALS & MS Boston Walk for Living

September 22, 2017
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An ALS diagnosis is u devastating to individuals and their families. What follows is a day-to-day struggle to improve one’s quality of life by finding the best possible care and support services. The ALS & MS Boston Walk for Living, which will be held on Sunday, October 1 in Chelsea, addresses this issue by...

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