2017 Lowell City Council

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Rita Mercier
x Rodney Elliott
Edward J. Kennedy, Mayor
Danny Rourke
Jim Milinazzo
William Samaras
Corey Belanger
    Jim Leary
    John Leahy  
 

Subcommittee Appointments

 
    Arts & Culture: Mercier (chair), Milinazzo and Samaras  
    Auditor & Clerk Oversight: Belanger (chair), Elliot, Leary  
    Economic Development: Samaras (chair), Leary, Milinazzo  
    Education Partnerships: Samaras (chair), Leahy, Leary  
    Environment: Elliot (chair), Belanger, Samaras  
    Finance: Elliott (chair), Leary, Milinazzo  
    Flood Issues:  Mercier (chair), Elliot, Rourke  
Housing: Mercier (chair), Belanger, Samaras
    Muni Facilities: Leahy (chair), Mercier, Samaras  
    Neighborhoods: Rourke (chair), Leahy, Samaras  
    Parks & Rec: Mercier (chair), Leary, Rourke  
    Personnel: Milinazzo (chair), Belanger, Elliott  
    Public Safety: Leahy (chair), Leary, Rourke  
    Rules: Elliott (chair), Mercier, Milinazzo  
    Technology & Finance: Leary (chair), Elliott, Leahy  
    Transportation: Rourke (chair), Belanger, Leahy  
    Youth Services: Belanger (chair), Mercier, Samaras  
    Zoning: Milinazzo (chair), Belanger, Rourke  
    ad-hoc subcommittee to study downtown economic development issues; particularly the assessment of potential high school locations: City Councilors Milinazzo, Leahy, Rourke  

2016 Lowell School Committee

Andres Descoteaux
Jacqueline Doherty
Connie Martin
Robert Gignac
Edward Kennedy Chair
Steven Gendron

IMPORTANT DATES

   
September 8, 2016: Democratic Primary Election for State Rep, 18th Middlesex District. Primary Guide
September, 2013: There were 55,708 registered voters in the City of Lowell.
Source: Lowell Sun (General Election Results)
October 17, 2012: There were officially 54,683 registered voters in the City of Lowell. 27,551 unenrolled, 21,926 Democrats & 4,816 Republicans
Source: MA Secretary of State
August 29, 2011: There were officially 53,163 registered voters in the City of Lowell. Last City election 18% turned out to vote. 39% at the last Federal election. Source: Gail Cenik of the Lowell Election Dept.
June 12, 2011 Boston Globe
Shake-up at the polls; Cambodian voters are making themselves heard in Lowell

GENERAL INFO

   
The Cambodian Voters of Lowell by Richard Howe Jr.
7038 of the city's 54,955 have Cambodian or South East Asian surnames. That's 13%.
Understanding Lowell's Wards & Precincts by Richard Howe Jr.

Cambodia Town of Lowell by Sengly Kong, PhD, Cambodia Town Committee Chair

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