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Friday, March 01, 2019

Governor Baker Swears in Andrew Maylor as Comptroller

Governor Baker Swears in Andrew Maylor as Comptroller

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BOSTON – Today, Governor Charlie Baker swore in Andrew Maylor as the Comptroller of the Commonwealth, an independent overseer of the Commonwealth’s financial transactions, accountability and service delivery across all branches of state government. Maylor served as Town Manager of North Andover since 2011 and has over three decades of experience in both the public and private sector in financial management.

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About Andrew Maylor

Andrew Maylor began his career in the private sector in 1985 with Putnam Investments and worked for several other private employers during an 8 year period. In 1993, Maylor began his career in public service with the Town of Winthrop. In 1996, Maylor became Auditor of the City of Chelsea before being promoted to Chief Financial Officer in 1997. As Chelsea’s Chief Financial Officer, he developed and implemented internal control procedures to eliminate material weaknesses identified by the City’s independent auditing firm. In 2000, Maylor was appointed Deputy City Manager of the City of Chelsea, a city of over 35,000 residents, 375 employees and a $105 million budget. In that role, he authored the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and implemented an asset inventory system designed to protect city assets and provide compliance with GASB 34. Additionally, he re-engineered the City’s five-year Capital Improvement Plan, creating a more efficient use of funding and accountability.

Maylor was appointed the first Town Administrator of Swampscott by the Swampscott Board of Selectmen in October 2002, where he oversaw the operations of a town of 14,000 residents, 120 employees and a budget of $54 million. As Town Administrator of Swampscott, Maylor negotiated multiple three-year contract renewals for the Town’s employee unions and co-authored grants for historical preservation, handicapped accessibility, homeland security and planning. In 2010, while serving as Town Administrator, Maylor was selected by the Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission (PERAC) to chair the Essex Regional Retirement System (ERRS). Maylor was credited with implementing the necessary changes to remove ERRS from supervision by a state monitoring team. 

Since 2011, Maylor served as North Andover Town Manager, overseeing services for 30,000 residents, 220 employees and a $100 million budget. He developed and implemented strategic planning initiatives including the Facilities Master Plan, a $30 million, seven project facility renovation initiative. He is credited with instituting Financial Reserve and Debt Service policies that directly led to North Andover’s first AAA Bond Rating.

Maylor has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of United States and Canada in 1998-2001 and 2012-2016, and the Distinguished Budget Award in 1998-2002 and 2006-2016. Mr. Maylor is a member of the adjunct faculty in Merrimack College’s Master of Public Affairs Program and has served in a similar role at several other colleges during the past twenty years. Maylor earned his Bachelors in Management Science from Bridgewater State College and his MBA from Suffolk University. He received his MPA from Villanova University.

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