By Joseph Domelowicz Jr.
The Everett City Council on Monday voted to promote two firefighters, then voted to appoint 13 members of the Board of Library Trustees to various terms and 24 department heads to new 3 year contracts.
Firefighter Andrew Brennan was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in the department and Lieutenant Sean Datolli was promoted to the rank of Captain. Brenna and Dattoli were both joined by retiring Chief David Butler and their families for the swearing in ceremonies performed by City Clerk Michael Matarazzo.
The Council also voted to appoint 13 people to the Board of Library Trustees to various term lengths. The Board of Trustees now includes Barbara Rocco, Michelle Capone, Samantha Lambert and Michaela Schlosberg serving one year terms, Dorothy Gomez, Sandra Juliano, Mary Fiorentino, Cristina DeMaria and Daniela Rocco serving two year terms and Marie Tozzi, Karen Martinelli, Stacy DeMaria and Robin Kelly serving three year terms.
Stacia Gorgone was appointed as a Special Police Officer, to serve in the position of Animal Control Officer.
Additionally, 24 department heads were all appointed to three year contract ending in June 2019, in accordance with the city’s revised administrative code. The appointees and their positions are listed below.
Steven Mazzie, Chief of Police
Ed Mastrocola, Emergency Communications Director
Joanne Gregory, Parking Clerk
Michael Vetrano, Human Resources Director
Colleen Mejia, City Solicitor
Tony Sousa, Director of Planning
James Soper, Director of ISD
Eric Demas, Chief Financial Officer
Dominic D’Angelo, Treasurer
Robert Moreschi, Procurement Officer
Laureen Hurley, Budget Director
Pam Davis, Assessor
Jerry Navarra, Director of Public Works
Operations Manager, Kevin Noonan
Lara Wehbe, Business Manager/ Assistant City Solicitor
Ernie Lariviere, Water Superintendent
Bill O’Rourke, City Engineer
Dale Palma, Director of Elder Affairs
Karen Avila, Director of Health and Wellness Center
Elaine Silva, Director of Public Health
Kevin Dorgan, IT Director
Tom Philbin, Communications Director
Steve Supinio, Director of Health and Human Services.