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State law required that all property in the City be assessed within 10% of market value every 5 years. A revaluation is the most equitable way to accomplish this.
The next Revaluation will begin in 2023 to be completed by October 2024.The resulting values will be effective as of January 1, 2024 for Fiscal Year 2025. These assessments will be the basis for the 3rd (or actual) tax bill, which will be mailed in December 2024.
Free cash is generated when the actual operations of the fiscal year compare favorably withthe budget. Simply put, it results when revenue collections are greater than estimatedreceipts, and expenditures and encumbrances (committed funds not yet expended) are lessthan appropriations. It is reduced by illegal deficits, overdrawn grant accounts and deficits inother funds.
A formal reserve policy will allow the community to establish a practice of appropriatingmoney to legal reserves for future needs. Appropriations to reserves should be consideredannually as a part of the budget process and appropriations from reserves should be made forunanticipated or capital costs, not regular operating expenses.
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The process for submitting shows are as follows:• Individual programs submitted for broadcast must be accompanied by a Video Submission Form.• Anyone request a regular broadcast slot for a series must schedule the slot with the Director or one of the ECTV Producers.• When possible, the person submitting the programs must deliver two to four programs for the series by dates agreed on before that time slow becomes permanent. • Forms must be summated in full by the twentieth of the month in order for the program to be added to the following month's schedule.• Each DVD must be labeled on the spine of the case with the producer's name, program title, series title (when applicable), and the exact length of the program.
Editing Use:• ECTV uses Final Cut Pro editing software. Training will be offered later this summer. Upon certification, an Access User may reserve to edit in studio no more than four weeks in advance. They may use up to twenty-four hours of edit time for any program. Access Users may reserve up to two hours of edit time per day, with a maximum of six hours per week per program. • All reservations must be received in writing either by email, fax, mail or in person.
To become a member of the gym, you must come to the Wellness Center with a valid photo id and proof of residency.
Yes. Food permits are good for 1 year and expire on May 31. Fees for Food is $100, Milk and Cream is $25, Catering is $100 and Mobile Food Vendor is $100.
Food Permits are issued by Inspectional Services Division (ISD) 617-394-2220
All locations handling and or processing any food are required in the state of Massachusetts to have a Serve Safe and an Allergen Awareness Certificate.
Please note that these times may vary as inspectors can be called out for emergencies.
To be added to the list requesting tree trimmings or removals, as well as to request the mulcher truck please call Department of Public Works at 617-394-2270 or 311.
To request street and sidewalk repair please call Department of Public Works at 617-394-2270 or 311
Pot holes should be reported to Department of Public Works at 617-394-2270 or 311.
During storms throughout the winter months, Department of Public Works has an on-call snow desk that can be reached by calling 617-394-2270 or 311.
Glenwood Cemetery requests should contact Department of Public Works at 617-394-2285.
To report a street light outage, contact National Grid by calling 800-322-3223, 617-394-2270 or 311. The pole number will be required to complete the report.
The disposal of an appliance or piece of furniture requires a White Goods Sticker. White goods stickers can be purchased for $15 cash, at the Receiver Window in the Collectors Office, Room 13 in City Hall before 2pm. Appliances with stickers are collected on Wednesdays, while household items (furniture) are collected on designated trash days.
10 Things You Can Do to Prevent Storm water Runoff Pollution:1. Remember: Only rain belongs in the drain! Don't dump anything down storm drains. Be sure to clear away leaves and debris.
2. Clean up pet waste. Bag up pet waste and dispose of it in the trash to prevent harmful bacteria from washing into local waterways.
3. Keep your car well-maintained. Fix any fluid leaks promptly and make sure to clean-up any spills.
4. Wash your car at a commercial car wash rather than in the street or in your driveway. If you wash your car at home, wash it on your lawn.
5. Direct downspouts away from paved surfaces; consider planting a rain garden or installing a rain barrel to collect the storm water.
6. Cut down on fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides. If you use these chemicals, follow directions and use them sparingly. Don't fertilize before a rainstorm.
7. Reduce impervious surfaces at home and increase the vegetated land cover of your property. Use bricks, gravel, cobbles, natural stone, or permeable pavers instead of asphalt or concrete when possible.
8. Do not drain your pool or hot tub to a storm drain. Allow chlorine to dissipate for several days and test the water to ensure the residual chlorine is zero before slowly draining to a landscaped area.
9. Walk, bike, or share a ride when possible. Driving causes particulates to enter our air. Air pollution can contaminate rain and end up in our rivers and streams.
10. Share your knowledge with your friends, colleagues and neighbors!
Payment Methods:• Visit the Collector's Office in person• Send a check or money order in the mail to the Collector's Office484 Broadway, Rm. 13, Everett, MA 02149• Or pay with credit card by calling the Collector's Office at 617-394-2240The city gives you 30 days to pay a bill; interest will accrue at 14% annually if not paid in full by the due date. After 90 days the bill then goes into lien.
1 unit of usage is equal to 100 cubic feet of water and 748 gallons of water.
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When selling property or change of ownership occurs, it is important that all matters regarding water and sewer charges to the property are finalized with the seller. To ensure that no unnecessary charges will be passed onto a buyer, a final water/sewer read must be ordered that will show a complete and final reading and that all previous charges to the property under the seller’s name have been paid. The final water/sewer reading will be added to the MLC. This is to ensure that the new owner does not inherit the water and sewer bill from the previous owner.
The process is as follows:
1. The buyer, seller or real estate broker requests an application for a Final Water and Sewer Bill. This request can be made by downloading the Final Bill Request Form.
2. The completed application can be emailed to Tameka.email@example.com or filed in person at the Everett Water Department offices located at 19 Norman St., Everett, MA 02149. For further information call the Everett’s Water Department at (617-394-2325)
3. In order to properly prepare a certificate, a meter technician must obtain a reading from the inside water meter which is always within 2 weeks of the closing. It is the applicant’s responsibility to make arrangements to access to the meter. The fee of $150.00 will be added to the final bill.
The most common reasons for high water consumption are leaky toilets, faucets, and garden horses. Even small leaks that go unnoticed can increase water consumption considerably.