Sue Palomba, of 73 Appleton Street Saugus, has announced that she will seek re-election to the Saugus Town Meeting Representing Precinct 1. First elected in 2019, she has served 2 full terms with an excellent attendance and a voting record that has been consistent with neighborhood concerns, property values, and sound fiscal policies.
She has been married to Americo Palomba for 34 years and is mother to Rosa Palomba-Rescigno and Melisa Palomba-Tam, who both attended and graduated from the Saugus Public Schools. She is a grandmother to Giovanni 6, Giulia 4, Angelo 2, and Liliana 5 months. Sue holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Merrimack College. She has been a homeowner, taxpayer and rate payer in Saugus since 2000.
After 30 years as an agent for Century 21, Sue started her own business, Mango Realty Inc., which now has 17 full- and part-time employees serving Saugus and the North Shore. Sue has been volunteering at the Saugus Senior Center for 22 years where she often is found serving our senior lunch and calling out Bingo Numbers. She is also the Secretary to the Friends of the Saugus Senior Center. She has been an active member of the Saugus-Everett Elks for 12 years where she has served as the Exalted Ruler, a member of the Board of Directors, and chairperson for Veterans causes.
She is the Vice President for the Saugus Cable (SCTV) Board of Directors where she has served for 7 years.
A parishioner of Blessed Sacrament Church and St. Margaret’s church, she is also a chorus member. She is a member of the Garden club, as well as the Saugus Action Volunteers for the Environment (S.A.V.E.).
Most importantly, Sue is accessible to the residents of Precinct 1. Her phone number is listed, and she always makes herself available. She knows where to direct resident concerns and you can count on her to reply and follow through. Sue’s goal is to ensure that Saugus remains focused on the common good and work in partnership with businesses, elected and appointed. Officials, and community members to create new opportunities for Progress and to maintain the quality of life we all expect and deserve.