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Chairman keeps charge of Turnpike

Authority also alters its bylaws

Matthew J. Amorello, Thomas Trimarco, Jordan Levy, and Mary Z. Connaughton, exchanged heated words at a Turnpike Authority board meeting in Boston yesterday.
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / June 30, 2006

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The board of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, in a meeting spiced with fist-pounding and invectives, decided in a series of votes yesterday to change its bylaws and allow chairman Matthew J. Amorello to maintain control of the agency. (Full article: 767 words)

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