It’s official

With a huge American flag as a backdrop, City Clerk Michael Matarazzo in the Frederick Forestaire Performing Arts Center at Everett High School swore in the 2010 Everett city government of elected officials into their respective offices on Monday night.

Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Jr. took the oath of office that started his second term of office as Mayor.

Ward Five Alderman Attorney Robert Van Campen was elected as President of the Alderman for the coming year. There will be two new faces on the Board, Ward Two Alderman Michael Mangan and Ward One Alderman Millie Cardello and Joseph McGonagle will be returning to the Board as Alderman-at-Large. The three remaining Alderman are:

Ward Three

Michael Marchese

Ward Four

L. Charles DiPerri

Ward Six

Salvatore F. Sachetta

Ward Five Councilor Rosa DiFlorio will lead the Common Council as President. New faces on the Council will include Ward One Councilor Kenneth Giannelli, Ward Two Common Councilor Jason Marcus, Ward Three Councilor Carlie Smith and Ward Four Councilor Adam Ragucci. The other Councilors are as follows:

Ward One

Sergio Cornelio

Peter A. Napolitano

Ward Two

Joseph R. King

Eloy “ Lou” Sierra

Ward Three

Sal DiDomenico

Rosemary Miller

Ward Four

John Leo McKinnon

Daniel J. Napolitano

Ward Five

Lorrie Bruno

William L. Cardello

Rosa DiFlorio

Ward Six

Catherine Tomassi Hicks

Anthony F. Ranieri

Cynthia A. Sarnie

Richard Baniewicz remains as the Chairman of the School Committee while Robert Carreiro is the Vice-President. The swearing in was a special moment for the family of newly elected school committeeman Joseph La Monica, who replaces Joe Guiliano.


Richard C. Baniewicz

Lester MacLaughlin

Stephen Stat Smith

Ward One

Allen Panarese

Ward Two

Joseph LaMonica

Ward Three

Francis Parker, Jr.

Ward Four

David M. Ela, J r.

Ward Five

Alexander Colarusso

Ward Six

Robert Carreiro

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