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Meet Kevin

Kevin is a third generation lifelong resident of Quincy, growing up in the Welcome Young neighborhood of Ward 6. His love for the city and the community he grew up in made living in Quincy the obvious choice when he married his wife, Donna Sullivan-Mock, 27 years ago at Sacred Heart Church.

Kevin and Donna, both products of the Quincy Public School system, chose Alstead Street in North Quincy as the place to raise their five sons: Thomas, Michael, Jeremy, Ryan and Kevin Jr. In addition to their five sons they are also the proud grandparents to three grandchildren Emma, Chloe and Thomas.

Along with his wife Donna, Kevin has operated a small business for almost 30 years in both Ward 6, and neighboring Ward 3, as owners of Toddler Tech Preschool. Kevin’s love and commitment to his community is evidenced by the lives he’s touched while coaching for Quincy Youth Hockey for the past 20 years, and in the countless hours him and Donna have spent volunteering with the PTA and North Quincy High school hockey boosters. In addition to his role as coach, Kevin served as a board member of the Quincy Youth Hockey Board of Directors.

Kevin is approaching 35 years of Union membership. First joining the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America after graduating high school and then going on to lineman school before joining Local 104 IBEW. For the past decade Kevin has been a member of Local 369, United Utility Workers of America, where he serves as an electrical lineman for a neighboring municipality.

Kevin believes that Ward 6 needs a strong voice in the City Council. His commitment to the City of Quincy over the last 20 years is evidence that Kevin will be a fierce advocate for Ward 6 residents.

He respectfully asks for your vote on April 5th.


Ward 6

Learn about Kevin’s platform and how he plans to make a positive impact in Ward 6 communities.

Communication
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I believe the best way to serve as City Councilor for Ward 6 is to build and maintain an open line of communication.

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Residents can contact me anytime, by phone, email or social media, and know that every issue, whether small or large, will be addressed.

My communication plan is simple. A monthly newsletter to inform residents on citywide and ward specific news, as well as weekly updates on my website and social media page to keep you informed. I’ll post information about important meetings so residents know how to get involved and where to find important information about ward related issues.

I will organize meetings in the ward to stay connected with residents and I pledge to work with new and existing neighborhood coalitions to address issues that come up within the ward. 

Advocacy
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I promise to work with you to ensure that all your concerns are addressed and you never feel like your voice hasn’t been heard.

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I believe advocating for Ward 6 will be my primary role as your next City Councilor. From zoning and development issues, to public works and schools, I promise to be a fierce advocate for our ward.

As a third generation resident of Ward 6 I am uniquely aware of the issues our ward faces and understand how important it is to ensure our needs are addressed on the City Council and at City Hall. In the next decade we’ll see development at the North Quincy T Station, along the Hancock Street Corridor and in Marina Bay. All of these projects, and many more, will require us to work together to make sure that growth and development happen in a way that supports our community.

Economic Development
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I understand that economic growth is vital to the future success of Quincy. As your next Ward Councilor I believe it will by my duty to ensure that economic growth in Ward 6 happens in a smart and sustainable way.

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The whole of Ward 6 has changed dramatically over my lifetime. As Quincy is poised to have tremendous economic growth in the coming years I want to ensure that the character of our community stays in place, and that our schools, roads and public services are equipped to evolve in order to meet the new demand from growth in our City.

Mitigating traffic, public safety, and public service concerns will be my top priority. I will ensure that your concerns are taken in to consideration during the planning process of future development.

I’ll work with the City Council and Mayor’s office, as well as the planning and zoning boards, to ensure that growth in Ward 6 is done in a smart and sustainable way.

 

Seniors, Schools and Public Services
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I’ll work tirelessly to ensure that quality services are maintained in Ward 6.

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Ward 6 is home to many of the senior services for the City of Quincy. I consider this to be a great benefit to our ward. I look forward to working with my fellow City Councilors and the Mayor on expanding existing services for our seniors, and through smart commercial development, that property taxes stay affordable.

As a product of Quincy Public Schools I know how important a good education is to building the foundation for a good life. Now more than ever we need to invest in public schools, including vocational education. Much has been done to improve the buildings and grounds of the schools in Ward 6. I will work with the City Council and Mayor to make sure this work continues and that Ward 6 Schools are the best equipped for our children.

Public services, such as road maintenance, trash pickup and street plowing are the building blocks on which a successful city is built. Whether it’s a pot hole in front of your house, a tree branch in the sidewalk or your street hasn’t been plowed I’ll work tirelessly to ensure that quality city services are maintained in Ward 6. 

Voter Information

Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, April 5th!

For information on where to vote, Click Here.Your Vote Counts

Not Registered? You can register to Vote Here.

Need an Absentee Ballot? Print an Application Here.

 

Important Dates

March 16th – Last day to register to vote.

April 4th – Last day to apply for absentee ballots.

 

Events

 
Join Kevin, his family and friends at the Campaign Kickoff Event on Thursday, February 11th from 6:00 – 10:00 PM at The WATERCLUB in Marina Bay, North Quincy.

To get involved with the Campaign to Elect Kevin Mock, please contact us.

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