‘Mobile City Hall’ Rolls into Haverhill’s Acre Saturday; City to Accept Work Orders, Register Voters

Mayor James J. Fiorentini is hosting, what he calls, the “Mobile City Hall” this Saturday, from noon-2 p.m. at Union Park at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Union Street.

Haverhill Police are lending its Incident Command Vehicle—a converted 2005 Winnebago outfitted with computers, video cameras and a plasma video screen—for the event. The vehicle is used regularly for police outreach and as a community resource at festivals and neighborhood events.

“We know that getting help during normal business hours can be difficult, and we know that transportation can be a problem, so we are bringing City Hall to you,” Fiorentini said.

Fiorentini is bringing with him representatives from the Police Department, City Clerk’s office, Highway Department and his 311 constituent services call center to take service requests and answer questions from residents.

City employees will have laptop computers to accept work orders from residents requesting services ranging from repairing potholes and sidewalks to fixing street signs and streetlights to addressing trash, recycling and tree issues.

City Clerk Linda L. Koutoulas will be on hand for people who would like to register to vote in the upcoming March 3 presidential primary election. The deadline to register to vote is Feb. 12 and early voting begins Feb. 24).

Coffee and donuts will be provided.

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