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City Welcomes New Director of Public Works and Engineering

Mayor Carlo DeMaria is pleased to announce the addition of Greg St. Louis as the new Executive Director of Public Works and Engineering.

Greg St. Louis (right) comes to Everett from Beverly, where he served as the city engineer for three years.

St. Louis is a certified engineer with over fifteen years experience. He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Environmental Engineering from Northeastern University.

For the past three years, St. Louis served as the City Engineer for Beverly, Massachusetts. During his time in Beverly, he managed and coordinated the progress of multiple Public Services and Capital Improvement Projects.

Mayor DeMaria stated, “Greg is a motivated and responsible professional engineer with over fifteen years experience. He will be a tremendous asset to our team and our City moving forward.”

St. Louis looks forward to continually striving to provide a higher level of performance through reliance on sound judgment and strong work ethic in effectively analyzing problems and coordinating solutions.

Looking to the future, St. Louis will carry out the Mayor’s vision and continue to improve transportation as one of the City’s top priorities. Mayor DeMaria has emphasized the importance of transportation and interconnection amongst communities, whether through rail, bus, bike paths, pedestrian footbridges, or any other mode is the key to commerce, economic development, higher education, and an improved quality of life for all of our residents.

In addition, Mayor DeMaria will look to St. Louis to actively and continuously work on his administration’s vision to improve parks and open space. St. Louis looks to create a culture of efficiency and cost-savings to tightly control spending while providing much-needed infrastructure improvements across our neighborhoods. St. Louis will continue to work on several projects that involve connecting the walking/biking path network around the Malden and Mystic Rivers. The Mayor and his team are also working with the Mystic River Watershed Association, Wynn Development, National Grid, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation and MassDOT to create a complete system of pathways along the Malden River and utilizing the new Woods Bridge on Rte. 16 to connect to Wellington and River’s Edge in Malden.

St. Louis’ experience in Beverly and prior will allow him to implement best management practices. The DeMar i a administration looks to continue to become more innovative and accountable. With the hire of St. Louis the City will be more efficient and effective, while enhancing operations, customer communication, and operations.

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