Hart added he’s feeling great physically and that he will continue working at his Haverhill law practice, but that he intends to play more golf and get back to playing tennis this fall. He said he had to take a break from tennis after shoulder surgery last year.
“It feels great that the people of Haverhill put their confidence in me for 10 years,” Hart said. “That’s very gratifying and an honor I never took for granted.
“I look at this as a self-imposed term limit,” he said of his decision to walk away from the council when his term is finished at the end of the year. “Change is good and I know the council is in good hands with a lot of good people running.”