Mayor James J. Fiorentini > Press Release
September 11, 2009
City Commemorates Fateful 9/11 Anniversary
HAVERHILL- Mayor James J. Fiorentini led City officials, workers and the public in commemorating the 8th anniversary of the infamous terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. A brief and solemn ceremony was held on the front steps of City Hall.
The service was highlighted by Kristin Marino, daughter of New York City Firefighter Kenneth Marino, who died responding to the disaster at the World Trade Center towers with hundreds of other firefighters, police officers and public safety and medical personnel. A student in the 6th grade at Sacred Hearts School in Bradford, Kristin lowered the City Hall flag to half-mast and read aloud an Official Proclamation from Mayor Fiorentini designating the day as a “Day of Service and Remembrance” in the City of Haverhill.
The ceremony was also marked by a moment of silence at 8:46AM, observed at the moment when the first jet hit the World Trade Center.
The Mayor made a special mention of the Haverhill victims of the 9/11 attacks and their local families.
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