A Newton Restaurant Week is just one of many initiatives in the new campaign, which will promote programs that allow residents and business owners to engage with the community and City Hall to help "bring Newton to its fullest potential."
Newton Mayor Setti Warren officially launched the city’s new "13 Villages, One Community" campaign Tuesday evening outside the Newton Senior Center in Newtonville. The campaign looks to engage citizens and business owners with city employees and resources to help "bring the city of Newton to its fullest potential." Warren spoke alongside a number of Newton city employees, new Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce President Greg Reibman and Phantom Gourmet's Dave Andelman. The new campaign highlights both old and new engagement efforts including: For more information on this campaign, visit the "13 Villages, One Community" website.
Mayor Setti Warren will make announcements related to expanding community engagement and promoting the city's businesses and programs.
Friday, July 6, 2012
The following is a statement released by Mayor Setti Warren: This Tuesday, July 10th at 6:30pm outside the Newton Senior Center, located at 345 Walnut Street, I will be announcing a major effort to expand upon the extraordinary community engagement we have here in Newton, and to promote all that Newton has to offer. We are so fortunate to benefit from a diverse business population, a world-class public education system, innovation, culture and the arts, and numerous residents and businesses that help enrich the quality of life in so many ways. But in order to live up to our full potential, we must build upon that level of engagement across all thirteen villages. It will be critical to our success that we engage residents and businesses …