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John Arthur Quatrale

urban planner

John Arthur Quatrale, American urban planner. Member Boston Landmarks Commission, since 1987, Citizens for Participation in Political Action, Boston, since 1970; chairman Ward I Democratic Ward Committee, Fitchburg, 1972-1978, Fitchburg Planning Board, 1976-1977. Member American Institute Certified Planners, American Planning Association, Society Architectural Historians, Association for Preservation Technology.

Background

Quatrale, John Arthur was born on August 26, 1951 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Alfred Ettore and Camilla Mary (Lombardo) Quatrale.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Fitchburg State College, 1973. Master in Urban Affairs, Boston University, 1976. Master of Arts in History Preservation, Boston University, 1981.

Career

Research assistant Division Employment Security, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1975-1976. Principal planner Office Planning and Development, 1976-1980. Housing development coordinator Department Planning and Development, Newton, since 1980.

President John Quatrale Historic Preservation Consultant Services, Boston, since 1986.

Membership

Member Boston Landmarks Commission, since 1987, Citizens for Participation in Political Action, Boston, since 1970. Chairman Ward I Democratic Ward Committee, Fitchburg, 1972-1978, Fitchburg Planning Board, 1976-1977. Member American Institute Certified Planners, American Planning Association, Society Architectural Historians, Association for Preservation Technology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Running, tennis, geneology, biking.

Connections

father:
Alfred Ettore Quatrale

mother:
Camilla Mary (Lombardo) Quatrale