Stephen Passacantilli, a life long resident of The North End and a father of two, spoke at the Ward 3 Democratic Committee Candidate Night. At the end of the Evening, Passacantilli was endorsed by the committee.
Professionally, Passacantilli is the Director of Operations for the Boston Transportation Department. For six of the eight years he was a member, Passacantilli was the President of the North End Waterfront Neighborhood Council (NEWNC). He is currently a member of North End Against Drugs (NEAD) Board of Directors, Gavin Foundation Board of Directors, and one of the founders of the North End Beautification Committee.
Passacantilli’s platform focuses on Boston Public Schools and his passion for the community. One of his main campaign goals is for fresh lunch at every Boston Public School. Throughout the city, lunches are frozen and heated up for children in convection ovens. Passacantilli wants to push for fresh, healthy lunches every day for kids in the city. Being community oriented, Passacantilli is advocating for a new community center that accommodates a larger amount of children and pushes for continued improvement to the city’s park system.
Watch the video of Stephen Speaking at the Ward 3 Candidates Night for full coverage. You can find out more information about Stephen Passacantilli on his Facebook Page.
Candidates running for District 1 City Council include: Stephen Passacantilli (Endorsed by Ward 3 Democrats), Margaret Farmer, and Lydia Edwards. District 1 includes the North End, Charlestown and East Boston. The preliminary election will be on September 26th, 2017. The two candidates selected from that election will appear on the general municipal election ballot on November 7th, 2017.
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