Jamaica Plain's new neighborhood service coordinator is Enrique Pepen, who started the job in March.
In his role Pepen works as the primary contact for constituents and businesses while working with the Mayor's Office, and helps provide city services to residents and businesses. So if you have a broken streetlight, broken sidewalk, or other issue, Pepen can be a good resource to help get those things fixed.
"I am very honored to be appointed to this position by Mayor Walsh," said Pepen via press release. "The mayor has worked very hard to keep Jamaica Plain the special and diverse neighborhood it’s always been and I am very excited to continue his vision for the neighborhood."
Pepen was born and raised in Boston, attended the O’Bryant School and is currently working towards his Bachelor of Arts in Law and Public Policy at Suffolk University. Prior to working for the city, Pepen was the district coordinator for U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III helping constituents work with the federal government in English and Spanish.
You can reach Pepen by calling 617-635-2185 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.