• Tested and True – Oversaw the City’s Recovery from natural and man-made Disasters:
    • COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Gas Explosion – November 2012
    • Freak October Snow Storm – 2011
    • June 1, 2011 EF-3 Tornado
  • Proud member of Mayors Against LGBTQ+ Discrimination
  • Proud member of Mayors Against Anti-Semitism.
  • Created Office of Racial Equity under the Department of Health and Human Services
  • Tough on crime and repeat criminal offenders
  • Opposed 51% pay raises for city council
  • Opposed relocation of methadone clinic in South End
  • Implemented Climate Action and Resilience Plan and Green Initiatives
  • Provided situational updates on COVID-19 cases and city’s response:
  • Lobbied the Governor and state to locate the state regional COVID-19 testing site in Springfield – Eastfield Mall with AMR
  • Established over 17 neighborhood locations for meal (Food and Milk) distribution sites for Springfield families partnering with Oasis Food Pantry, Sodexo, Food Bank of Western Mass, DPW, and SPD
  • Oversaw City’s federal CARES Act and American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to provide much-needed relief and recovery aspects for residents, businesses and nonprofits
  • Opioid Settlement Agreement – city will receive $7.2 million from Massachusetts Attorney General
  • Pursued Eversource in decade-long property tax dispute and won in state Court of Appeals – Eversource paid $41 million to Springfield
  • Increased pension COLA for city retirees


The Committee to Re-Elect Mayor Sarno
1889 Wilbraham Road
Springfield, MA 01129

Phone: 413 334 9953


Saturday, July 29th: 10:00-11:30 @ Page Blvd & Roosevelt Ave., Second Location: Mason Square

Thursday, August 3rd: 4:30-5:30 @ Plainfield St, Towards the North End Bridge

Thursday August 10th: 4:30-6:00 @ The X, HQ, and Gus & Pauls

Saturday, August 12th: 10:00-11:30 @ Parker and Main St. Indian Orchard

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