Mayor-Elect O’Connell Announces Transition Team

Taunton, MA . . . Today Mayor-Elect Shaunna O’Connell announced her Transition Team. The members will help guide the O’Connell administration as they prepare to take office on January 6th of next year.

“I am extremely pleased so many people have volunteered to serve on our transition team. We want to hit the ground running on day one in helping the people of Taunton and working to implement our promises,” said O’Connell.

The Transition Team includes people from the public and private sector, seniors, neighborhood representatives, city councilors past and present, advocates, a senior, and a high school student representing the future of Taunton. The O’Connell Transition Team membership includes:

Ed Corriera, Chairperson

Willitts Mendonca

Joe Norte

Ken Goulart, TMLP

Rosie Blackwell, Taunton City Clerk

Chris Coute, Taunton City Councilor-Elect

Fred Cornaglia, DPW

Hank Mello, TAVVA

Alan Toste

Josh Borden

Police Chief Edward Walsh

Fire Chief Tim Bradshaw

John Cabral, Taunton Public Schools Superintendent

Lou Ricciardi, Taunton Development Corporation

Roman Davis, Executive Director, YMCA

Lori Gonsalves, Taunton Opiate Task Force

Dan Barbour, Former City Councilor

Mark Cook, Human Services Advocate

Donna Amaral, Taunton State Hospital

Donna Chaves, Taunton Public Schools Teacher and Dpt Director

Jeff Postell, Taunton City Councilor President

Kevin Shea, Office of Economic Development

Donna DiCorpo, ADA Commission

Colleen Simmons, BID Executive Director

Eileen Mann

Carolyn Basler

Trevor Costa

Steve Vilas-Boas

Peter Mozzone

“We included a wide variety of people to make sure we had as many voices represented as possible. Our goal is to open up the doors of city hall, and this transition committee represents the first step in this process,” said O’Connell.

The Transition Team will meet with O’Connell and be solicited for advice as she prepares to take the reins. They will also do outreach to give O’Connell input on issues confronting the city.

O’Connell was elected on November 5th in a landslide of 63 percent. She is the first woman to be elected Mayor in Taunton. O’Connell will be resigning her seat as State. Representative before she takes office as Mayor.

As a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, O’Connell has saved taxpayers millions of dollars by fighting for welfare reform. She has been a strong advocate for victims and veterans.

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