Woburn on a tour of our great city. I’d point with over flowing pride to the following: the Woburn Memorial High School - the best school, theater, & athletic facility in the State; three new elementary schools and a fourth one on the way; the O’Brien Ice Rink; the indoor track at the Joyce Jr. High School; the filtration and water treatment plant at Horn Pond; Ferullo Field and Library Park during a night game; the Soccer facility at the Joyce Jr. High School; a vibrant commercial district; the Woburn Country Club – a great public golf course.
In Woburn, we have many reasons to be proud thanks to the strong leadership of these four Mayors, the City Council and the School Committee. I am excited to work with the current dedicated elected officials to continue giving Woburnites reasons to take pride in this great city.
In closing, I want to again thank you for this awesome opportunity. My door is always open, and if you see me anywhere around the city - at the soccer field, the ice rink, supermarket or horn pond - I am ready to listen and want to hear your concerns.
The Benediction was read by the Very Rev. Vincent P. Mellone, V.F., Pastor, St. Barbara’s Parish Church, Woburn, Massachusetts
CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR ORGANIZATION JANUARY 4, 2010
Michael D. An Paul J. Denaro Rosa DiTucci Raymond B. D
Mark E. Gaffney Richard F. Gately, Jr. Richard M. Haggerty Darlene Mercer-Bruen
Michael L. Raymond
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Pursuant to Title 3, Section 11 of Chapter 172 of the Acts of 1897 of the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as amended, known as the Charter of the City of Woburn, the City Clerk and Clerk of the City Council called to order the City Council.