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Camuso, Caraviello Elected Medford City Council President, Vice President

The two were elected by their fellow councillors Tuesday night.

Medford City Councillors Paul Camuso, left, and Richard Caraviello.
Medford City Councillors Paul Camuso, left, and Richard Caraviello.

Paul Camuso officially took over for Robert Maiocco as Medford City Council president Tuesday night.

Camuso, who is beginning his sixth term on the council, was elected by his peers in a 5-0 vote Tuesday (Camuso voted present; Councillor Robert Penta was absent due to an illness).

Maiocco did not seek re-election to the council this fall after 15 terms on the council, 13 as president.

Also on Tuesday, Councillor Richard Caraviello, entering his second term, was elected vice president in another 5-0 vote (he voted present, and again Penta was absent).

Marie Hayes January 07, 2014 at 08:48 PM
Congratulations to Mr Caraviello and Mr Camuso on their new positions! Welcome to Mr Knight on his election to the City Council. Mr Camuso ran a great meeting, was extremely organized and on track. Kudos to Mr Camuso for his deft handling of nine minutes of statements directed at his credibility and qualifications to hold the position as President of the City Council.
Doria Alberg January 07, 2014 at 09:47 PM
Congratulations Mr. Camuso and Mr. Caraviello.
Joe Viglione January 08, 2014 at 01:17 PM
It's Howdy Doody Time. Welcome to the McGlynn Puppet Playhouse!
AM Fretts January 08, 2014 at 05:09 PM
Congratulations to Mr Camuso and Mr Caraviello. Looking forward to a productive year for growth, business opportunities and positive changes in Medford. Thank you to all seven City Councilors for serving in the time consuming position of councilor and continuing to promote the best interests of Medford.
Frank Mulligan January 17, 2014 at 05:42 PM
Joe S,O, S. The city is'nt going anyplace. Same face's. Mc Glynn another 2 yrs. No CHANGE"S for Medford. Good Luck Medford.

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