Signature oversight corrected


Certification requirements changed

The city clerk and Everett’s Election office have confirmed that signature requirements have been changed to coincide with the recent Charter change concerning the upcoming city election.

Signature requirements for all those running for District School Committee and City Council seats have been officially dropped, as required by the city Charter change but were overlooked, according to City Clerk Sergio Cornelio.

“We are simply making the record straight to coincide with the actions of the City Council recently,” he told the Leader Herald.

District School Committee and City Council seats now require 100 certified signatures instead of the previously announced 125 signatures, Cornelio said.

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