Anne Mahoney announces bid for Mayor

Candidate pledges a new day for Quincy through decisive new leadership

QUINCY—School Committee Member Anne Mahoney announced today that she is running for mayor of Quincy.

Mahoney, who previously ran for mayor in 2011, said she was prompted to make a second run for the office out of her continuing concern over the city’s current management.

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Mahoney: Koch’s plan will rack up half a billion dollars in debt;

Quincy will have highest debt per capita of any major city in the state

QUINCY — Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch has put so many large capital projects on Quincy’s agenda that the city will amass more than half a billion dollars in debt if the mayor’s plans are approved, mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney said today.

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Mahoney submits FOIA request for city payroll, overtime records

QUINCY— Mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney submitted two Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to the city of Quincy today, seeking access to city payroll and overtime records since Mayor Thomas Koch became mayor in 2008.

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Mahoney: Civil Service Commission ruling latest confirmation of Quincy Mayor Koch’s cronyism, mismanagement

QUINCY— The Civil Service Commission decision vacating Mayor Thomas Koch’s appointment of Joseph Barron as fire chief is just the latest confirmation that the Koch administration is rife with cronyism and mismanagement, mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney said today.

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Public education has suffered under Koch; Mahoney pledges to make Quincy schools a priority once more

QUINCY— As thousands of Quincy children prepare to return to school this week, School Committee Vice Chair and mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney said the Quincy Public Schools have suffered under the Koch administration, and pledged to restore public education to a top priority.

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Mahoney: Quincy needs a citywide comprehensive economic development strategy

Says restaurant’s bad experience demonstrates Koch administration’s poor management of downtown project

QUINCY—Mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney today pledged to implement a comprehensive citywide economic development strategy that would inject new life into Quincy’s neighborhood business districts while instituting more stringent city oversight of the downtown redevelopment project.

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Koch administration’s poor planning costing taxpayers nearly $500,000 a year in unnecessary lease payments

QUINCY—Poor planning and financial mismanagement by the Koch administration are costing Quincy taxpayers nearly half a million dollars a year in leased office space – all while a Quincy-owned building sits vacant, mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney said today.

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Mahoney blasts Koch for Raymondi DPW appointment

Million-dollar pension grab’ is ‘highway robbery,’ candidate says

QUINCY—Mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney blasted the appointment of Daniel Raymondi as the city’s new DPW director, calling Mayor Tom Koch’s appointment of the Ward 2 Councilor to the six-figure position a “million-dollar pension grab” that damages both employee morale and the city’s reputation.

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Mahoney to hold mayoral campaign kick-off June 22

QUINCY—Anne Mahoney will kick off her campaign for mayor with a reception to be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 22 at the Tirrell Room, 254 Quarry St., Quincy. The suggested donation is $20.

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Mahoney calls on Koch to withdraw DPW job offer to Raymondi

QUINCY—Mayoral candidate Anne Mahoney today called on Quincy Mayor Tom Koch to withdraw his offer of the DPW Commissioner’s position to Ward 2 City Councilor Daniel Raymondi.

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