Alfred Lattanzi officially announced his candidacy for Ward 6 City Councilor, the following is his statement: Being the first to take out nomination papers for the position when they became available last week.
“After much consideration, I have decided to once again seek election to the Ward 6 City Council seat,” said Lattanzi. “I’ve already begun to hit the campaign trail and I look forward to meeting the residents of Ward 6 on their doorsteps,” he added.
Al Lattanzi has been a dedicated member of the Everett community for his entire life. He serves on the Traffic Commission and is the Vice-Chairman of the Everett Redevelopment Authority. He was elected to the Board of Directors of the Everett Credit Union, first as director then as Treasurer. In 2009, he was elected city-wide to the Everett Charter Commission, which produced our current unicameral City Council that was then ratified by voters in 2011. He is also the owner of Everett Supply & True Value Hardware Store on Main Street, Everett.
Lattanzi learned the value of hard work at a young age while growing up in a working-class Everett family. After graduating from Everett High School, he went on to graduate from Wentworth Institute of Technology & Franklin Institute of Technology. While working at Charles T. Main Engineering, he continued his education and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from Northeastern University.
A few years later, Lattanzi decided to enter into business with his parents, Mary and Babe, at Everett Supply, which his parents started in 1950. Together, they enhanced the business, providing quality work and supplies to their neighborhood and beyond. The family business has thrived for over 70 years, but what hasn’t changed is the company’s dedication to their city and its neighbors.
Lattanzi is a dedicated husband and father. He and his wife, Dolores, adopted two children, Alfred and Matthew. Alfred helps manage the family business, while Matthew went on to become an attorney.
Lattanzi has been involved in local politics for a majority of his life. He worked as a campaign aid to his dear friend, the late Speaker George Keverian. He also worked on many local campaigns and initiatives, and his proud of his contributions to the city charter through his work on the Charter Commission. He has a reputation of being honest, trustworthy and a straight shooter.
Alfred Lattanzi has seen where Everett has been, he sees the great progress the City has made, and he wants to be a part of where we’re going. Everett has been and will forever be his home. He is proud of his hometown, he cares about the residents of Everett, and he is ready to get to work!
Alfred can be reached by calling 617-594-0455, by emailing [email protected], or by stopping by his place of business during regular business hours.