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Amorello tries to preserve his power

He's asking Pike board to change its bylaws

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / June 28, 2006

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With Governor Mitt Romney set to seize control of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority board this week, chairman Matthew Amorello is making a last-ditch effort to change the board's bylaws so he can hang onto his power running the agency, board members and administration officials said yesterday. (Full article: 768 words)

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