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City Hall staff surprise outgoing Mayor Arrigo with send-off celebration

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  City Hall employees, along with family, supporters and city and state officials, surprised outgoing Mayor/incoming Mass. Dept. of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) Commissioner Brian Arrigo with a farewell celebration on Tuesday afternoon inside the City Council Chambers. The mayor will leave office for his new state position at the DCR at the end of the month.

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Mayor Brian Arrigo was all smiles as he watched a slideshow looking back on historic moments in his tenure.
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The mayor waved to his supporters as he walked into the City Council Chambers for his surprise farewell party.
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Mayor’s Office staff, pictured from left to right: Aide to the Mayor Gianni Hill, Chief of Staff Kim Hanton, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Executive Secretary/Scheduler Linda DeMaio and Communications Associate Jackie McLaughlin said they will miss working alongside Arrigo daily.
Revere Public Library Director Diana Luongo and Children’s Librarian Krystee Maniscalco wished Mayor Arrigo well.
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Mayor Brian Arrigo thanked First Lady Daveen for her unwavering support of his career.
Mayor Brian Arrigo is shown embracing his son, Joseph, as he walked into the surprise party.
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Pictured from left to right: Councillor-at-Large Marc Silvestri, Ward 3 City Councillor Ira Novoselsky, Mayor Brian Arrigo, his children, Jack and Joseph, and State Representatives Jeff Turco and Jessica Giannino.
Outgoing Mayor Brian Arrigo addressed a standing-room-only crowd.
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Community Liaison Maria Moujahid wished Arrigo well in his new endeavors.
Pictured from left to right: Police Chief David Callahan, Mayor Brian Arrigo and Fire Chief Christopher Bright.
A sheet cake adorned with the words of appreciation thanked Mayor Brian Arrigo for his service and congratulated him on his upcoming role as DCR Commissioner during a surprise send-off on Tuesday afternoon inside the City Council Chambers.
Shown from left to right: Beachmont Improvement Committee President Kathleen Heiser, Mayor Arrigo and Beachmont Improvement Committee/School Committee member Carol Tye.


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