Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Tom Terranova will be available to meet with town residents late Thursday afternoon at Old Meeting House, says "being elected is just getting to the starting line."
Newly elected Lynnfield Selectman Tom Terranova announced this week that he will hold office hours for town residents tomorrow - Thursday, April 25th - from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Old Meeting House on Lynnfield Common. "No one is more aware than I am that being elected is just getting to the starting line," said Terranova in a statement this week. "Now it is time to fulfill my promise to the residents of Lynnfield – an open forum where your thoughts and opinions will be heard." During this week's selectmen's meeting, Terranova also offered a proposal to have all of the town boards post their meeting minutes on the town website within a specific time frame. That motion was tabled until an upcoming meeting so a specifically-worded policy for all…
Friday, February 22, 2013
Lynnfield CPA would run for three-year term against incumbent Selectman Bob MacKendrick.
Tom Terranova is planning to run for Lynnfield selectman this spring for the second time in as many years. The Lynnfield resident owns the tax and accounting firm Terranova & Associates in Danvers. In Lynnfield, he co-chairs the recreation commission and has been a youth football coach. For this year's race, Terranova plans to run for the seat currently held by Bob MacKendrick, who indicated earlier this year that he would seek re-election to one more term. In a phone conversation with Lynnfield Patch on Thursday, Terranova reported that as a candidate, he is particularly concerned about higher taxes for both residents and businesses in town. "I think we need to look at the increased costs we're passing on to taxpayers and look at what we …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Lynnfield selectman candidate says company made oversight, paid administrative fine.
A story in the March 29 issue of the Lynnfield Weekly News discussed how selectman candidate Tom Terranova and his firm, the Mortgage Stop, were fined by the state division of banks for mortgage lending without a proper license. The story noted that Terranova and the company paid a total of $19,000 in fines and agreed to a consent order (not admitting wrongdoing) for doing business with originators not holding an active Mass. license and for Terranova also not holding an active mortgage loan originator license. PDF files stemming from the matter are attached to this story. However, Terranova also provided a statement to local media outlets this week acknowledging that his company inadvertently missed a filing deadline and paid an …
Friday, March 9, 2012
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Friday, March 9, 2012
Dear Friends and Neighbors, I am pleased to announce my candidacy for Selectman of Lynnfield for the 2012 election on April 9th. I have had the pleasure of living in this great town for 14 years with my wife Sylvie and raised our two children, Michelina and Thomas, here. I have witnessed first-hand how well this town has been run in a very challenging environment. There are many nearby municipalities that have not fared as well. But the ideas and ideals that have led us to where we are today may not be the same that will help us navigate the difficult challenges that are ahead. Lynnfield needs a proven leader with an unwavering dedication to maintain our great way of life, strong financial health, exceptional level of services, and …