Campaign Kick-Off

The Committee to elect Megan Riccardi held the official campaign kick-off event at the Ugly Mug Diner on Washington Street. A special thanks to Dave Babcock, proprietor of the Ugly Mug and Ward 6 resident, as well as to all neighbors, family, and friends that came out in support. The Salem community is vibrant, engaged… Continue reading Campaign Kick-Off

Bates “Safe Routes To School” Project

Last Thursday I attended the MassDOT Design Public Hearing held to discuss the proposed improvements for the Bates Elementary School – Safe Routes to School (SRTS) project. Currently, the project is at 25% design stage. I have added links below to the proposed plans and handout provided at the meeting. MassDOT provides 10 business days after… Continue reading Bates “Safe Routes To School” Project


Paul and I spent our Saturday grateful that the rain held off (for the most part!) alongside 300 volunteers working at 8 homes, one community center, and one urban farm, in Dorchester and Roxbury. National Rebuilding Day is Rebuilding Together Boston’s largest service day of the year, but there are programs and educational opportunities provided… Continue reading Rebuilding


I am excited to announce that early this morning, on International Women’s Day, I pulled nominations papers to be a candidate for the Ward 6 City Councillor in Salem. I am running to represent Ward 6 because I want to help my community. I believe a city that works effectively together can accomplish great things,… Continue reading Announcement