Ward 6 - Enzo Fracasso
Councilman Enzo Fracasso was elected to the Weirton City Council in 2015 and serves the residents of Ward 6 with pride. He has been an employee of the former Weirton Steel Company and current ArcelorMittal Steel for 44 years and a Weirton resident for 61 years. He and his wife Beth (Smith) Fracasso have been married for 40 years and have one daughter Sara.
Councilman Fracasso graduated from the Weir High School Class of 1971, where he was a member of the football team. He was a former football coach for the Madonna Junior Dons and an assistant coach for Madonna High School. He was a member of the previous Independent Steelworkers Union (ISU) and served as a Shop Steward, and was a member of the Executive Committee and Wage and Incentive Committee for nine years.
Councilman Fracasso is a 45-year member of the Weirton Knights of Columbus Council #3734 and United Steelworkers Union Local 2911. He is a member of the Weirton Steel 25-Year Club and was instrumental in the development of the Steelworkers Memorial. Councilman Fracasso is resolved to addressing all issues that arise in Ward 6 and strives to make the best decisions necessary to make the City of Weirton a better place to live and raise a family.
Councilman Enzo Fracasso serves the following groups:
- Finance Committee
- Police and Fire Appeals Board
Beginning on the southern corporate limits (Harmon Creek) at the point of intersection of said limits and the Brooke and Hancock County line, near the right of way of Monongahela Power Company tower lines No. 200 and 202; thence northeasterly along said county line to the intersection of the center lines of Cove Road and Harmon Creek Road; thence easterly and northward along Cove Road to the intersection of the center line of Greenbrier Road, thence northward along the center line of Greenbrier Road to the center line of South 24th Street; thence northeasterly along South 24th Street to the center line of Booker Street; thence northwesterly along the center line of Booker Street to the center line of South 22nd Street; thence northeasterly along South 22nd Street to the center line of Pennsylvania Avenue; thence westward along the center line of Pennsylvania Avenue to the intersection of the center line of the right of way of Monongahela Power Company tower lines No. 210, 216 and 226; thence southerly along said right of way to the 11th Street substation; thence southerly along the right of way of Monongahela Power Company tower lines No. 200 and 202 to the southern corporate limits; thence with said limits eastward to the county line, being the point and place of beginning. Comprising Ward 6, City of Weirton, West Virginia, and Hancock County voting precincts 20 and 22.
(1971 Code, § 105.07) (Ordinance 1080, passed October 11, 1994)