Haverhill Mayoral Hopeful Trocki Plans June 12 Fundraiser

Haverhill mayoral candidate Daniel Trocki. (Courtesy photograph)

First-time Haverhill mayoral candidate Daniel Trocki is ready to greet city voters at a campaign kickoff party Wednesday, June 12 at Maria’s Restaurant, 85 Essex St., starting at 5:30 p.m.

Pulling nomination papers with an intention to run against Haverhill’s longest-serving Mayor James J. Fiorentini on May 2, Haverhill Police Patrolman Trocki told WHAV his campaign priorities include public safety, education and funding for school and city building infrastructure.

If elected, the married father of two children has already thought out how he’ll revise Haverhill’s public safety plan.

“If you look at other cities, they have K-9s, full-time traffic/safety guys, full units, detectives on their night shift—some of that should be looked at,” said Trocki.

Other public safety improvements he suggested include relocating the High Street fire station closer to Computer Drive, for example.

Trocki must obtain at least 50 signatures before July 1. Hector Montalvo, Melanie Tamberino and Fiorentini have also taken out nomination papers. Assuming all four secure the necessary signatures, a preliminary election would take place Tuesday, Sept. 10, to narrow the field to two.

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