Proud of Past Accomplishments—Excited about Building for the Future
As I look forward to the November elections, I am proud to reflect on the many accomplishments that we have achieved as a community, and look forward to embarking on a number of new opportunities in the years ahead.
Over the past term, we in Salem have been fortunate enough to witness the culmination of numerous projects. From the grand opening of the J. Michael Ruane Judicial Center in our historic downtown, to the revitalization of Blaney Street Warf, to the near-completion of the new library at Salem State University, Salem is truly thriving as it continues to develop in nearly every area of the city. In the months to come, we can look forward to renovations of the Family & Probate Court and planning for re-use of the District Court and County Commissioner’s Building, in addition to the construction of a new MBTA train station and the anticipated redevelopment of the 62 acre waterfront site, formerly home to Salem Harbor Station.
Indeed, we have much to be grateful for with the public investment in the City of Salem.