Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Clinton, is Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo's longtime chief of staff, and wants to replace the late Kelly Timilty.
Brian Clinton says that if elected as the Governor's Councilor for District 2 of Massachusetts, he will resign his position as the chief of staff for Boston City Councilor Rob Consalvo. The Governor's Council consists of eight districts and eight councilors, who make $26,025 a year. The Second Councillor District (double 'l' on the Commonwealth's website) represents 39 cities and towns throughout five counties, including West Roxbury. "Should I earn this, I would leave Councilor Consalvo’s office after the New Year. I know what the public thinks, and you never want a perception that you are double-dipping. I'd be honored to stay home and raise my two daughters," said Clinton, a lifelong Hyde Park resident. The election is to replace the …
Friday, February 3, 2012
The 18-year member of the Governor's Council passed away on Jan. 31.
Friday, February 3, 2012
Obituary courtesy of Gormley Funeral: TIMILTY Kelly A. 18- year Member of the Governor’s Council, of Dedham, January 31, 2012. Loving wife of James “Jim” L. Mandeville. Daughter of Joseph Timilty and Elaine (Benson) of Canton. Sister of Kara Timilty of South Boston, Joseph Jr. and his wife Patricia of Canton, Patrick and his wife Mary Beth of West Roxbury, Senator James and his wife Mary of Walpole, Gregory and his wife Jennifer of Boston and Barton of West Roxbury. Sister-in-law of Mark Mandeville and his wife Susan of Walpole, John Mandeville of Halifax, Joseph Mandeville of Roslindale, Joan Gniadek and her husband Joseph of Plymouth and Regina Green and her husband Clay of Dallas, NC. Kelly was a loving aunt to many nieces and nephews…
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Governor's Councilor Kelly Timilty passed away at 49.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Governor Councilor Kelly Timilty, of Roslindale, 49, passed away today.
Governor's Councilor Kelly Timilty passed away today at the age of 49, according to multiple media outlets. Timilty served under five governors as an elected official for District 2. She was a Roslindale resident. Through the years Timilty worked with countless elected officials and residents, some of who have offered comments on her passing: "Kelly was a wonderful person from a public service family through her family history," said West Roxbury District Councilor Matt O'Malley. "She loved Boston, she loved her entire district. She was accessible. She was funny. She was just really, really a kind, kind person. I always enjoyed seeing her and catching up and talking about her family. She was always interested in what I was doing and …
Timilty was 49 and served the council with five different governors.