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12:24 pm
Mon November 11, 2013

City Councilor Announces Colleagues Support To Be Next President

When a new city council is seated in Springfield, Massachusetts this January a majority of its 13 members will be black or Hispanic.  It is the first time in Springfield history voters elected minorities to a majority of the seats on both the city council and school committee.  City councilor Michael Fenton said he has commitments from his colleagues to be elected council president in January.  At 26 , he would be the youngest council president in the city’s history. He spoke with WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill

Michael A. Fenton, at the age of 26, would be the youngest person elected City Council President in Springfield, MA.
Michael A. Fenton, at the age of 26, would be the youngest person elected City Council President in Springfield, MA.

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