City Council Vice President Thomas J. Sullivan sworn into office.
Watch the Haverhill Mayor, City Council and School Committe Inauguration.
Tom give his Inaugural Day speech around minute 25.
Tom Sullivan Re-Elected to Haverhill City Council
Tom Sullivan was re-elected to Haverhill City Council tonight.
Thank you to everyone for their support. He will continue promoting a Positive Vision for Haverhill.
“It’s not just the outlying areas, it’s not the developments that will come down the pike for single families. We need to take care of what we have. And what you’re doing on that street, if we can replicate that a hundred times in the Acre, it would certainly bring the Acre back to prominence.
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Sullivan said he spoke with police Officer Lance Powell, who confirmed signs banning trucks were removed from Whittier Road by the state.“
We’re going to have to deal with the larger ramifications of what the state and MassDOT did,” Sullivan said. “We’re going to have to figure out how to undo what they’ve done.”
Regarding the Acre neighborhood:
“We are all part of your neighborhood, even if we’re not physically there,” Councilor Thomas Sullivan told Mercado.
“Your neighborhood is important to us. There are great people living in that neighborhood and it starts with the neighbors to take it back.”
Attorney Thomas J. Sullivan nominated Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Stacey Bruzzese for the YWCA Acadmey of Women.
She was recognized for outstanding leadership in the local business community and an unwavering commitment to the growth and development of the chamber’s member businesses and the community. Read More...
Councilor Thomas Sullivan asked whether the city can ask the state next May for help paying for the consultant’s recommendations in December, to which Ward replied the city would have to wait a year to apply, since the August deadline has passed.
“What if we were able to lobby our legislators for a one-time expense?” asked Sullivan. “I see this as being expensive and 2016 should be a better year for those residents.”
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Tom Sullivan topped the Haverhill Democratic City Committee Straw Poll for Haverhill City Council. The Annual Breakfast took place on Saturday, October 18th, 2015 at Maria's Restaurant.
Tom thanks everyone for their continued support and reminds voters that Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd.
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A Positive Vision for Haverhill's Future
"While the bond order drew unanimous support from the council, Councilor Thomas Sullivan threw his support behind the improvements wholeheartedly."
“I’m very proud of taking this initiative in our schools. We’ve been very critical in the past of not maintaining and keeping up our buildings,” said Sullivan. “This is thinking outside the box and it’s just the type of efforts we need to continue to do, not just in the schools but all our public buildings.”
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A Positive Vision for Haverhill's Future
Make #14 your first choice for Haverhill City Council
Tom is number 14 on this year's ballot in which all candidates positions on the ballot are drawn at random.
To the editor:
We'd like to thank City Councilor Tom Sullivan for all the dedication and help he gave us on our Eagle projects.
Winnekenni Park is teeming with energy, with parents accompanying their children as they embrace the first cool breezes of fall.
City Councilor Thomas Sullivan said the two pedestrian crossing signs near the park entrance were installed several weeks ago, coinciding with the start of the school year.
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A local developer who received approval to build two houses in the city's Watershed Protection District near Crystal Lake intends to give almost 37 acres to the city.
Councilor Thomas Sullivan praised the plan and thanked Franciosa for donating the land to the city.
"This is just the type of housing we need here in Haverhill, which will generate good property tax revenue," he said.
Sullivan: "Haverhill is moving forward, it's on the march in so many areas. This is a key component to keep Haverhill competitive in the future with new jobs, good wages, and good people moving into the city."
Here are Tom's responses to questions from the Eagle Tribune to all Council candidates in the October 20th Sunday paper.
Eagle Tribune endorses Tom Sullivan for Haverhill City Council
Tom Sullivan - Candidate Profile as printed in 'Eagle Tribune' - November 2, 2011
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Campaign Visibility & Adopt a Park Mum Planting @ Gale Park
Merrimack Street Revitalization