Dominico D’Angelo, the longtime Everett City Treasurer, has left his position, cleaning out his office at the end of the business day Monday after apparently being told by the mayor earlier in the day to retire or to be fired.
Efforts to reach D’Angelo for a comment were unsuccessful.
As treasurer and collector, D’Angelo oversaw a large department by city hall standards, with multiple clerks and manifold duties, the most important of which.
These included accepting all tax payments from property owners both commercial and residential as well as fees of every kind and all the revenues generated by the city’s energetic parking ticket operation.
Although the superintendent search committee has been sworn to secrecy about its selection process, bits and pieces of information about the process have made their way out of the committee room about where the search is leading.
Little is known about exactly how many applicants have applied and where they are from.
However, this much has come into the public domain through the comments of a number of people familiar with the search, all of whom wished to remain unnamed.
Local administrators need not apply is one of the net results of decisions made last Wednesday by the search committee according to those who claim to know.
In taking down mighty Brockton last week by a score of 36-21, the Crimson Tide (3-1) are riding a three-game win streak as they move on to Friday’s showdown with longtime GBL rival Medford High School.
The Mustangs (3-0) are winless this season, and numbers and history say it may remain that way when the clock hits zero Friday (5PM kickoff) at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The Crimson Tide girls soccer team dropped what started as a very competitive matchup against visiting Gloucester Monday, 3-0.
Halftime came with both sides knotted at zero, but a second half flurry of offense from Gloucester upheld the shutout.
“We were playing hard in the first half and really had multiple opportunities to score, but miscommunications kept us from it,” said Everett coach DeAnn Gallagher. “Unfortunately, after the second goal was scored our intensity just dropped,” said Gallagher, who watched her team pick up their seventh loss of the season.
The Tide (1-7-1) started the year with a 3-1 win over O’Bryant (Dorchester), but since then the team has had a hard time finding the net.
“We still have a lot of work to do, but we are getting better each game,” said Gallagher, who returned as Head Coach after 4 years away from the team. Gallagher coached EHS girls soccer for six years prior to returning this year.