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Mayor Brodeurs Coronavirus Update July 31

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This is Mayor Paul Brodeur
I want to talk a little bit about fraud. As unemployment has increased as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, so has fraud in unemployment claims. Unemployment insurance is an economic lifeline for those who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. Unemployment fraud is stealing, nothing more, nothing less.
Some of you may receive mail from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts indicating that you have applied for unemployment insurance. That is a legitimate piece of mail from the state. IF you did not apply for the benefit, please call the state’s fraud line at 877-626-6800 or make a report online at the address appearing on the screen. mass.gov/forms/unemployment-fraud-reporting-form
Please help protect this important program for those who really need it.
Given some of the recent reporting around the upcoming elections, I want to assure Melrose residents that the city will be holding elections on September 1 and November 3. I want to remind people that you have several options for voting: by mail, by early voting at Memorial Hall, and by voting on Election Day at the middle school. All of these methods are safe, reliable and secure. No matter what method you choose, your vote will be counted.
The district needs your input so we can move forward with reopening planning. If you are the parent or guardian of a Melrose Public Schools student, you should have received a Parent/Caregiver Return to Instruction Preference (at this time) Form.
This form will ask you to provide your current thinking about what learning model is best for your student(s) and family. You will be asked to decide on learning model (hybrid or remote only) preferences for elementary, middle, and high school students.
The preference you indicate at this time does not have to be your final choice. However, we cannot flesh out the intricate details and develop more specific plans for each learning model until we understand your preferences. The district will ask you these questions again in mid-August after our Comprehensive Plan is approved and submitted to the DESE.
This Google Form will likely take approximately 5 minutes to complete. We will collect preferences from July 30-August 2. A separate Google form with be shared to collect preferences for families whose students are enrolled in the Franklin Preschool Program.
And Sunday, don’t forget to stop by the Melrose Open Studio Tour Summer Arts Market to be held this Sunday, August 2, 12 noon to 5 pm. It’s a great way to enjoy a socially-distanced outdoor event and support local artists.
Finally, today we recognize the retirement of longtime City Hall employee Brigid Alverson. Brigid was an indispensable asset for three mayors and served the residents of Melrose with compassion and empathy. In light of her many years of service to Melrose in many capacities, today I declared July 31 to be Brigid Alverson Day in the City of Melrose!
Recognizing a great Melrosian is a great way to start the weekend. Thanks to people like Brigid, together we will get through this!

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