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October 30, 2013

Latter wants to stay involved in Ward 3


Latter, who has endorsed Mike Cahill for mayor, said he would like to continue to serve on the City Council as it moves into a new era with the retirement of Scanlon.

“I have no reason to think the relationship (with the next mayor) won’t be anything other than cordial and complementary,” he said.

Staff writer Paul Leighton can be reached at 978-338-2675 or



Address: 145 Park St.
Age: 48
Employment: Assistant vice president of IT operations at Bank of New York Mellon
Education: Attended University of Maryland and Community College of the Air Force; licensed electrician
Family: Son Matthew, 22
Elective office: Ward 3 city councilor, 2009 to present; Ward 3 School Committee, 2005 to 2009
Community involvement: U.S. Army New England Community Advisory Board; Beverly Homecoming Committee; Ward 3 Civic Association trustee; former Beverly Youth Soccer coach and board of directors
If elected, will you take the city's health insurance?: No, but does not rule out taking it in the future.
Favorite pastime: Being active outdoors


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