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Governor Mitt Romney and Secretary of Transportation John Cogliano looked over replacement bolts yesterday in the I-90 connector tunnel.

Eyes turn to state's non-engineer at the helm

By Scott Helman and Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / July 19, 2006

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The day after the Big Dig ceiling collapse, Governor Mitt Romney called Matthew J. Amorello, chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, a ``fine person" who lacked the expertise to manage the mega project. Romney moved quickly to diminish the authority of the one-time state senator known for his allies on Beacon Hill. (Full article: 1270 words)

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