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Back to School

Back to School

September 26, 2016


As in other years, September brought the return to school of the thousands of K-12 students who live in Somerville. Crossing guards at many intersections, kids walking with backpacks, and extra traffic at 7:30 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. are among the many signs of this annual transition to fall.

Sep 28

How to Communicate at Work

5:30pm to 7:30pm

Location: 

Somerville Community Corporation, 337 Somerville Ave #2, Somerville, MA 02143

This workshop will help you improve your communication in the workplace while speaking up for your rights.

Pre-registration is required. Please contact us at 617.776.5931, ext. 237 to register.

If you require interpretation, please be sure to contact us a week in advance with the language needed, and confirm attendance the day before.

Sep 21

Workers’ Rights Training

5:30pm to 7:00pm

Location: 

Somerville Community Corporation, 337 Somerville Ave #2, Somerville, MA 02143

This workshop will help you learn what your rights are as a worker and where you can go for any assistance needed.

Pre-registration is required. Please contact us at 617.776.5931, ext. 237 to register.

If you require interpretation, please be sure to contact us a week in advance with the language needed, and confirm attendance the day before.

Sep 14

Interview Skills Workshop

10:30am to 12:30pm

Location: 

Somerville Community Corporation, 337 Somerville Ave #2, Somerville, MA 02143

Learn and practice various interview skills in this two-hour workshop.

Pre-registration is required. Please contact us at 617.776.5931, ext. 237 to register.

If you require interpretation, please be sure to contact us a week in advance with the language needed, and confirm attendance the day before.

Get in the Zone

Get in the Zone

January 12, 2017

What’s Happening with Zoning in Somerville?

During fall 2016, the City of Somerville’s Planning Department proposed changes to the Union Square zoning laws. The Planning Department is hoping to introduce a revised version of the citywide zoning overhaul sometime in 2017.

The first round of the overhaul was actually released in January 2015. However, the Board of Aldermen felt that the new ordinance wasn’t ready and decided not to vote on it.

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