I Go To Northampton City Council Meetings #16

The Council passes a Resolution protecting gender identity and expression and financial director reports city revenues are on track JULES MARSH On Thursday, October 18th, the Northampton City Council held its seventeenth meeting of the year. Approximately 30 people were present. Public Comments Sarah McKewen who is a the director of nursing department at Cooley … Continue reading I Go To Northampton City Council Meetings #16

I Go To City Council Meetings #14

A PILOT program for Northampton Solar, financial aid for classes at the Senior Center, and a “gift” from Eversource By Jules Marsh On Thursday, September 20, the Northampton City Council held its fifteenth meeting of the year. Approximately 4 people were present. No one spoke during public comment. A Strange Area of Taxation Mayor Narkewicz requested … Continue reading I Go To City Council Meetings #14

I Go To City Council Meetings #13

Mayor Narkewicz declares Sept 6 Usher Syndrome Awareness Day and requests funding for two local parks by JULES MARSH On Thursday, September 6, the Northampton City Council held their fourteenth meeting of the year. Approximately 6 people were present. At the start of the meeting, Council President Ryan O’Donnell announced that there were now four … Continue reading I Go To City Council Meetings #13

I Go To City Council Meetings #12

Financial Reports, an Order to strengthen democracy in public housing, and empty cans of iced tea by JULES MARSH On Thursday, August 16th, the Northampton City Council held their thirteenth meeting of the year. Councilors Gina-Louise Sciarra (Ward 4) and Bill Dwight (At-Large) did not attend the meeting. Approximately 12 people were present. Public Comment … Continue reading I Go To City Council Meetings #12