BOSTON- Senator Sal DiDomenico recently announced that the City of Everett is set to receive $200K for the repair and reconstruction of the Market Street Storm Water culvert, an underground structure that drains 552 acres of land in Everett and Chelsea. The Market Street culvert is one of Everett’s main storm water culverts, servicing about one-third of Everett’s residents with a final destination in the Island End River in Chelsea. This funding was secured by Senator Sal DiDomenico in the Legislature’s Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16) Budget.
The City of Everett is a community that is reflective of its slogan Pride, Progress, and Possibilities. Once a primarily industrial city, Everett is continually evolving into a dynamic community full of opportunity. Home to old and new residents alike, Everett is a diverse gateway city that is quickly transforming into a critical destination in the Greater Boston area.