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Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno abates parking tickets given out without warning, asks that residents are given ‘proper notification and notice to adjust accordingly’

Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno is abating parking tickets recently given out on Dunmoreland Street in Springfield after residents told MassLive they had been given no warning. “I was like, ‘Whoa, whoa. What is going on?” said James Evans, adding that he saw six people walking down both sides of the...
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Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno slates fiscal 2022 budget hearings

SPRINGFIELD — Mayor Domenic J. Sarno has scheduled hearings with city department heads this week to detail their budget requests for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The hearings are being held online due to COVID-19, and are being conducted in partnership with Focus Springfield. The public can register in advance to view the hearings at
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9 Springfield firefighters sworn in; Mayor Domenic Sarno, Fire Commissioner Bernard Calvi welcome them to service

SPRINGFIELD — Nine new firefighters were officially welcomed to the Springfield Fire Department Thursday afternoon with a swearing-in ceremony led by Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno and Fire Commissioner Bernard J. Calvi. In a brief ceremony at the state Department of Fire Service’s Springfield campus, Sarno and Calvi warmly welcomed the...
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Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, Councilor Victor Davila want to immobilize the cars of firework fine scofflaws

SPRINGFIELD -- Go boom, boom, boom you won’t be able to zoom, zoom, zoom, if Mayor Domenic Sarno and city Councilor Victor Davila get their way. Sarno and Davila announced Wednesday they want the state to let the city immobilize and tow cars belonging to people with unpaid fines for breaking the city’s fireworks ordinance, a local law that’s still less than a year old and came after summer of complaints from folks irked by unauthorized and illegal fireworks displays.
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Mass COVID vaccination site expected in Springfield area, Mayor Domenic Sarno says

SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Charlie Baker is expected to soon announce a mass COVID-19 vaccination site in the Springfield area, Mayor Domenic J. Sarno said Tuesday. Sarno, who delivered the news during the city’s weekly update on the pandemic, did not disclose the specific location, saying Baker will offer details in his announcement. It was not immediately clear when the announcement would come.