Fiorentini to Offer State of the City Update at Chamber Breakfast Friday

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Mayor James J. Fiorentini and City of Haverhill department heads invite the public to hear the latest Haverhill happenings at a State of the City breakfast.

Held Friday, May 26, from 8 to 10 a.m., at Maria’s Galleria Banquet Room, 81 Essex St., the event is open to the public, and residents are encouraged to come with questions regarding city initiatives and issues. Friday’s breakfast is hosted by the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, and sponsored by Pentucket Bank, Trinity EMS Inc. and Holy Family Hospital - Haverhill.

Tickets are $25 per person and include a full breakfast.

For tickets or more information, call (978) 373-5663 or email [email protected].

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  1. buster said:

    I will attend. I want to know when the MBTA commuter rail improvements will be done. the rail bridge and double track from Boston. mayor …bring governor baker to Haverhill to update Haverhill commuters of these issues.

  2. Jack Haverhill said:

    There is currently a bill before the State Legislature, HB3033, which will have absolutely devastating consequences for the City of Haverhill. This bill, quietly submitted by liberal progressive democrats, calls for the banning of local law enforcement from working with the Federal Government regarding immigration issues. It’s purpose is to turn the State of Massachusetts into a sanctuary state. This bill is being voted on March 24th.

    Mayor Failurentini has already turned Haverhill into a sanctuary city. How much more crime needs to take place in Haverhill before enough is enough.
    ~Little boys getting murdered by criminal trespassers who had previously been deported
    ~Gang shootings at Little League games
    ~teenage girls getting raped at city parks by criminal trespassers in the country illegally
    ~Drug dealers flocking to Haverhill
    ~Store owners having guns put in their face in the middle of the day
    ~Driveby shootings in Bradford
    ~SWAT teams being shot at in the middle of the day by an invader held up in a home in a sanctuary neighborhood.
    ~School budgets exploding from the hundreds of children of criminal invaders in city schools

    The mayor with his open door policies has made Haverhill a VERY dangerous place. If this bill passes things are only going to get worse….much worse. If people of Haverhill care at all about the safety of their children and family members they’d be smart to call Brian Dempsey and Linda Dean Campbell to plead with them to vote “NO” on this bill.

    Brian Dempsey office number: 617-722-2990
    Linda Dean Campbell office number: 617-722-2380

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