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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Marblehead Chamber of Commerce Hiring

The Marblehead Chamber of Commerce is hiring and could be a great position for the right person. Deb Payson, the executive director who recently left, is being replaced as she recently announced she is stepping down at the end of the month.

As George Barbuzzi, the president of the chamber’s board of directors said in a statement on the chamber’s site, “Deb has been an asset to us all and has helped to inspire the Chamber and our business community. While we are sorry to see her go, we are fortunate to have benefited from her leadership. The chamber will build upon the leadership of Deb as we continue to advance our mission to support and enhance the business community.”

The deadline is tomorrow and applications are being taken at Interested parties should sent a cover letter with a brief description of their background and their interest, a brief paragraph about their vision and three unique ideas for the Chamber in the year ahead and an updated resume.

Payson Leaving Chamber of Commerce

For the past year and a half, Deb Payson has been the executive director of the Marblehead Chamber of Commerce. Payson has been courted away, however, to become the director of development for an international design program run jointly by MIT and the Singapore University of Technology and Design. As Payson explained, “I always want… Continue Reading

Real Estate Agent Honored

Real estate is big business in the Boston area, and it’s hard to stand out from the crowd. Christine Cowden recently did, receiving the Top Agent of the Month status from the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Marblehead. The company announced that she had both the highest number of sales and the highest sales… Continue Reading

Property Tax Abatement Rules

The deadline to apply for a property tax abatement is Monday, February 2 in most communities including Marblehead, as Secretary of the Commonwealth William F. Galvin is reminding residents. As Galvin said, “First-quarter property tax bills are due then, and it is also the last day a property owner can seek an abatement on the… Continue Reading