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Mark V. Falzone

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Mark Falzone Consulting
Phone: (617) ***-****  
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Mark Falzone
76 Hammersmith Drive
Saugus , Massachusetts 01906
United States

Company Description: State Representative Mark Falzone (D-Saugus) is currently serving his fourth term from the 9th Essex District. The district is comprised eight precincts in Saugus,...   more

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Library Legislative Caucus
  • State Representative
    Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • State Representative 9th Essex District
    Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Position In Committee
    Mark Falzone
  • Representative
  • Founder
    Library Legislative Caucus


  • Masters of Public Administration
    Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
  • B.A. , Political Science and Communication
    Boston College
  • Saugus High School
  • Master , Public Administration
    Harvard's Kennedy School of Government
  • degree , Political Science and Communication
    Boston College
  • Master's degree , Public Administration
    Harvard's Kennedy School of Government
189 Total References
Web References
Representative Mark Falzone for Re-election!, 21 Sept 2009 [cached]
Juliana Catanzariti recently joined Representative Mark Falzone's State House office as a summer intern.
"This has been a great experience for me." says Juliana, "The staff in Representative Falzone's office and throughout the State House are full of knowledge and experience and are always willing to teach you new things and help you along.
Representative Falzone has just launched a new bi-monthly email newsletter!
Daniel Muise, a Babson College student who has just finished up his sophomore year, recently joined Representative Mark Falzone's State House Office as an intern for the summer.
Representative Falzone Announces House Passage of a Bill to Strengthen Mortgage Lending Consumer Protections
State Representative Mark Falzone joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives in passing legislation that will bring Massachusetts into compliance with the federal law that requires all mortgage loan originators to be licensed through the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry. A mortgage loan originator accepts a residential mortgage loan application or negotiates terms of a residential mortgage loan in exchange for compensation.
Representative Falzone emphasized, "By bringing Massachusetts into compliance with this critical federal law, we are extending important consumer protections to residents of our community for the most important purchase of their lives.
Representative Falzone Announces Sweeping Passage of Ethics Refom
State Representative Mark Falzone and Senate Minority Leader Richard Tisei announced the passage of landmark legislation that strengthens current ethics, lobbying and campaign finance laws, enhancing the integrity of the political process and helping to restore public trust.
Representative Falzone emphasized, "This legislation encompasses major reforms in ethics, lobbying, and campaign finance laws and will ensure more systematic compliance in these areas which are so important to the trust our citizens have in state government.
Representative Mark Falzone announced passage by the Massachusetts House of Representatives of legislation that paves the way for Massachusetts to receive up to $8.7 billion in federal stimulus money from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009. This federal act provides states such as Massachusetts with funding for numerous programs and projects, including infrastructure projects designed to create jobs and spur economic growth. The enactment of the complementary state legislation will help Massachusetts streamline this federal funding, so that it is more efficiently available on a timely basis to create jobs and meet the urgent needs of the municipalities of the Commonwealth.
Representative Mark Falzone stated, "I am encouraged by the detail and scope of this legislation.
Representatives Mark Falzone announced that, continuing the Legislature's ambitious reform agenda, the Senate and House approved landmark legislation last week that will eliminate the worst offenses in the state pension system. The final bill, which now goes to the Governor for his expected signature, shuts down loopholes in current law, saves taxpayer money, and helps restore public trust in the state oversight of public pensions.
"The Legislature has taken a monumental step forward with this piece of legislation," Representative Mark Falzone affirmed.
Representative Mark Falzone announced today the standard timeslots for his local access cable television show, "The Beacon.
Representative Falzone noted, "I look forward to reaching out to my constituents through this new medium.
Representative Falzone Announces An Important Live Webcast for Veterans' Benefits
Representative Mark Falzone announced that an important live webcast for veterans and their families will take place on Tuesday, June 16th at 7:00pm.
Representative Falzone said, "We all have the duty to take care of those who have made such great sacrifices for our country.
On April 21st the girls of the Wakefield 3rd Grade Brownie Troop 7391 and their families were hosted at the Massachusetts State House by Representative Mark Falzone, Representative Katherine Clark, and Senate Minority Leader Richard R. Tisei.
They enjoyed a tour of the State House and a pizza party sponsored by the Wakefield delegation, but the primary reason for their visit was political: the troop came to lobby for legislation filed at their request by Representative Falzone to make the Charleston Chew the Official Candy Bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
"It is so important for young people to understand their government and be involved in the process," commented Representative Falzone. "I was pleased to honor this request when I received it, and will continue to support their efforts in any way I can. At the beginning of the 2008-2009 legislative session Representative Falzone filed this legislation, with the rest of the Wakefield delegation, Representative Clark and Minority Leader Tisei, also as sponsors.
Once the hearing was scheduled, they immediately turned their attention to preparing testimony to submit through Representative Falzone to convince the committee to report favorably on the bill.
I will ensure that the Committee receives their testimony at the June 4th hearing," said Representative Falzone.
May 20, 2009 Representative Mark Falzone Annouces New Information on Confirmed Massachusetts Cases of H1N1
Representatives Mark Falzone and Kathi-Anne Reinstein and Senators Thomas McGee and Anthony Gallucio announced that state health officials are taking steps to increase surveillance of influenza-like illness in Massachusetts, working in close partnership with health care providers, hospital emergency departments, and other partners at the local, state and federal level.
Representative Falzone said, "We all need to do everything that we can to help contain the spread of this virus.
Legislation to prevent the construction of new incinerator capacity in Massachusetts was filed by Representative Mark Falzone (D-Saugus) who said, "Massachusetts already incinerates 34% of its municipal solid waste, a huge amount when compared to other states.
Falzone, who is also the sponsor of the light bulb collection bill added, "We need to provide Massachusetts residents with the tools they need to properly dispose of these products and make healthy choices for their families and communities.
* H-726 - An act relative to producer responsibility for mercury-added lamps - Sponsored by Representative Mark Falzone (D-Saugus)
* H-725 - An act to Prohibit the incineration of solid waste - Sponsored Representative Mark Falzone
"We need to keep Representative Mark Falzone in the legislature.
"Mark Falzone is one of the truly great leaders we have on Beacon Hill. Because what the State Legislature does is central to every single person living in the Commonwealth, it is ever more important that we have outstanding Representatives in the State House like Mark."
"Mark Falzone is a Representative who has produced the results that move our Commonwealth forward. Mark has been a leader in the Legislature from his seat on the powerful Ways and Means Committee where he fights successfully for better education, accessible healthcare and against the outrageous costs of prescription drugs with programs such as Prescription Advantage. Over and over again he has fought for state funds that relieve the pressures on property taxes and fees. He is a solid friend to working men and women and their families. Mark is also a great friend for senior citizens with his hard work for Senior Centers, for Councils on Aging, for having viable choices available in addition to nursing homes, for access to affordable pharmaceuticals and against property tax pressures."
Mark Falzone Committee 76 Hammersmith Drive Saugus, MA 01906
Memorial Sunday |, 22 Sept 2014 [cached]
Other speakers included Selectman Chairman Albert Turco, State Representative Mark Falzone, and Wakefield Fire Chief David L. Parr.
Representative Don Humason, 6 May 2008 [cached]
Serving as Chairman of the Library Legislative Caucus, Representative Mark Falzone (D-Saugus) noted, "Libraries are crucial to jobs, education, economic development, small businesses and entrepreneurs, and especially in a time of economic concern, they have an ever-growing importance to our communities.
About the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners - News Releases - Past News Releases - Past News Releases - 2008, 22 April 2008 [cached]
State Representative Mark Falzone knows the importance of libraries, "Libraries are crucial to jobs, education, economic development, small businesses and entrepreneurs, and especially in a time of economic concern, have an ever-growing importance to our communities," he stated. But this spring he has done more than talk about the importance of libraries, he has formed the Library Legislative Caucus to focus on the challenges facing our public library system.
Falzone recognizes that many cities and towns are facing financial challenges and sees increased funding to the State Aid to Public Libraries program as a way to ease local burden and keep libraries strong, "The Library Caucus will focus on ensuring that our libraries receive the essential state aid that enables them to take advantage of economies of scale and inter-library synergies so that each library location becomes a portal to our entire Massachusetts system of information and resources."
State Representative Mark Falzone, 16 April 2012 [cached]
State Representative Mark Falzone (D-Saugus) is currently serving his fifth term from the 9th Essex District. The district includes portions of Lynn, Lynnfield, Saugus, and Wakefield. He serves on the Joint Committee on Election Laws, as well as the Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs, and the Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development. In addition, Rep. Falzone was appointed to the House Special Committee on Automation and the Massachusetts Information Technology Commission.
Mark received a Masters of Public Administration at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he was the recipient of a Jerome Rappaport Fellowship. He has a B.A. in Political Science and Communication from Boston College, and is a graduate of Saugus High School.
Before being elected to the legislature, Mark owned and ran a computer consulting business which he started in 1996. As a computer consultant, he installed and repaired networks. Since his election, Mark has worked full time for the 9th Essex District, and has put his information technology business on hold.
Mark has been a political activist for quite some time. He was the Northeast Regional Coordinator for the 1998 Democratic State Coordinated Campaign. He also was the State President of the College Democrats of Massachusetts while attending Boston College. At age eighteen he was elected to his local Representative Town Meeting.
Mark is involved with several local charities, including the Saugus River Watershed Council, Saugus Action Volunteers for the Environment (SAVE), Friends of Breakheart Reservation, Sons of Italy #2692, the Saugus Democratic Education Fund, and the Friends of Lake Quannapowitt.
State Representative Mark Falzone was chosen to enter the 2002 class of 35 Flemming Fellows selected from more than 4,000 eligible state legislators across the nation whom the Center for Policy Alternatives (CPA) identified as emerging leaders.
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