Special to the Leader Herald
Peter Pietrantonio, a lifetime resident of Everett with a long history of community involvement, has announced his intention to seek the Ward 6 council seat.
Pietrantonio, who is retired, said there are a number of issues to be addressed with several of them among his top priorities which he would focus on if elected.
First, he said he has a better understanding of the how the 300-unit plus Norman Street building will affect traffic flow and neighborhood disturbance with parking.
He promised to work with all city departments in the service to his constituents, the residents and his neighbors of Ward 6.
“I’ll work tirelessly every day for the people of Ward 6. The residents will always be my first priority,” he told the Leader Herald.
Pietrantonio said he will be reaching out for volunteers to help with the campaign.
“Change starts with you, the residents and homeowners of Ward 6. I’ll be right by your side fighting for what is right for our ward,” he added.
He said that those interested in helping out or exchanging ideas with him to feel to call him at: 617-590-8886.