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Mayor, City welcome new Code Enforcement Inspectors

DeMaria strengthens Code Enforcement Team to keep city clean

Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently announced the addition of two new Code Enforcement Inspectors, Paul Bernier and Michael Karpenko. Bernier and Karpenko have been brought on to identify blighted, abandoned and illegal properties.

For several years the Department of Inspectional Services has made great progress in enforcing health and safety code violations and tracking down illegal and abandoned property owners. The hiring of two new employees shows the mayor’s commitment to remain aggressive in the campaign against blight and unsafe neighborhood conditions.

“One of my top priorities is to enhance the quality of life for our residents, ensure that property owners maintain their buildings, and provide safe and proper housing. By maintaining those properties, owners are increasing everyone’s property values and making Everett a great place to live. I welcome our two newest inspectors and know that they will do a great job!”


Everett police arrest man on credit card fraud

Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of a man charged with credit card fraud. On Wednesday, November 30, Patrol Officers Lauren Pagliuca and Chad Herrera and Sgt. Stephen Panzini responded to the Best Buy store due to a man allegedly attempting to make purchases with a fake credit card.

On arrival, the officers were directed to an individual attempting to purchase a new iPhone 7 with a credit card. Reportedly, the purchase was denied and the card was confiscated after determining it to be phony. The individual, Gerald Pierre, 35, of Stoughton, Mass., was arrested without incident. He was charged with Credit Card Fraud Over $250, with Possession of 13 Fraudulent Credit Cards, with Attempted Larceny Over $250 and with Uttering.

Chief Mazzie said, “During the holiday season we see an increase in cases of credit card fraud. It’s important that people protect their information as much as possible, and they should use caution on where they use their cards, so they can protect their information from being skimmed for illegal purposes.”

Pierre was arraigned in Malden District Court on December 1, 2016.


Essendant makes a generous donation to the Albert N. Parlin School


Essendant, the fastest and most convenient solution for workplace solutions, has made an incredibly generous donation to the Parlin School. Employees from Essendant’s Distribution Center in Woburn delivered 900 backpacks filled with school supplies to Parlin students, ensuring that the youngsters have all the materials they need for classroom success. In addition, a big “thank you” goes out to Ward 6 Councillor Michael McLaughlin, who helped facilitate the donation. Seated, from left: Rayann Katt, Jody Taylor, John Santomassimo, Kathleen Diaz, Gladys Ariano, Mark Olson, Steven Glennon and James Rotter, all of Essendant. Standing, from left: Ian Arnold of Essendant, Councillor McLaughlin, State Representative Joseph McGonagle, Assistant Superintendent of Schools Kevin Shaw, Parlin School Principal Michael McLucas, Parlin School Assistant Principal Janet Taylor, Councillor-at-Large John Hanlon, Superintendent of Schools Frederick F. Foresteire, Kevin O’Connell (Mayor Carlo DeMaria’s Chief of Staff) and Assistant School Superintendent Charles Obremski.



EHS Crimson Tide Post Super Bowl Party at the Silver Fox


The fabulous EHS Tide’s coaching staff


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