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Mayoral aide quietly returns to City Hall job

Policy chief under scrutiny for deleting his e-mails

RETURN TO CITY HALL Last month, Michael J. Kineavy (left) said: 'I’ve become a distraction, and that isn’t good for the mayor or the city.' RETURN TO CITY HALL
Last month, Michael J. Kineavy (left) said: "I’ve become a distraction, and that isn’t good for the mayor or the city."
By Donovan Slack
Globe Staff / November 11, 2009

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A top mayoral aide under investigation for deleting thousands of e-mails in potential violation of state law quietly returned to work yesterday at Boston City Hall, just days after Mayor Thomas M. Menino said the aide would not return without a “clean bill of health.’’ (Full article: 615 words)

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