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Springfield City Hall To Raise Black American Heritage Flag In Honor Of Black History Month

WHO:              Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and City Officials

WHAT:            Black History Month – Black American Heritage Flag Raising Ceremony

WHEN:            Wednesday, February 1, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. 

WHERE:          Program to take place...

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Congressman Richard Neal Joins the Regreen Springfield Effort

Congressman Richard E. Neal presented a check to Mayor Domenic J. Sarno to aid the Regreen Springfield initiative.  The Regreen Springfield initiative aims to replant trees in areas of Springfield affected by the recent severe storms, especially the...

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Congressman Richard E. Neal Joins The Regreen Springfield Effort

WHO:              Congressman Richard E. Neal, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno and the City of Springfield’s Director of Parks, Buildings and Recreational Management Patrick Sullivan  

WHAT:            Congressman Richard E. Neal will present Mayor Domenic J....

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Last Day To File Abatements For Fiscal Year 2012 Approaching In The City Of Springfield

The City of Springfield reminds City residents that the last day to file an abatement for Fiscal Year 2012 Real Estate and Personal Property assessments is Wednesday, February 1, 2012.  Fiscal Year 2012 real property assessments are based on the...

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Springfield City Hall To Raise Flag In Honor Of Martin Luther King, Jr.

WHO:             Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Newton Mayor Setti Warren, Representatives from the Springfield Chapter of the NAACP, the Black Leadership Alliance and the Black History Collective

WHAT:           Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Remembrance...

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MAYOR DOMENIC J. SARNO NAMES JOSEPH A. CONANT ACTING FIRE COMMISSIONER

January 6, 2012 – Mayor Domenic J. Sarno announced today that Joseph A. Conant will become the City’s Acting Fire Commissioner upon current Fire Commissioner Gary G. Cassanelli’s retirement on Friday, January 13, 2012.  Conant currently serves as the...

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Three Historic Homes Offered For Sale

The City of Springfield has issued Requests for Proposals (RFP’s) for purchase and redevelopment of three historic homes in the Maple Street area.

“These vacant and deteriorated houses have been negatively impacting the neighborhood,” said Mayor...

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Springfield’s Department of Public Works Announces Christmas Tree Collection Schedule

Springfield’s Department of Public Works (DPW) announced today that it will begin collecting Christmas trees on Tuesday January 10th through Friday January 20th.  Christmas tree collection will follow the City’s recycling collection schedule and...

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CITY OF SPRINGFIELD TO LIEN SPRINGFIELD PROPERTIES HAVING UNPAID FISCAL YEAR 2010 TRASH FEE BILLS

Liens To Appear On Fiscal Year 2012 Third Quarter Tax Bills

December 30, 2011 – The City of Springfield will process liens against properties with unpaid Fiscal Year 2010 trash fee bills.  This amount, as well as accumulated interest and fees, will...

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SPRINGFIELD’S DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS SERVICES ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE FOR NATIONAL SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

December 20, 2011 – Due to increasing demand for service, the Springfield Department of Veterans Services announced today that the Department has for the first time expanded efforts to have various National Veterans Services Organizations in their...

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The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Celebration & Flag Raising Ceremony

Friday, January 13, 2012 @ 11:00AM

Springfield City Hall – 36 Court Street – Springfield, MA

Each year, the Springfield Chapter of the NAACP, together with the Office of Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, produces a program to celebrate the life and...

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