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Mayor-Elect Christian Dumais Announces Ryan Egan as Transition Manager and Incoming Chief of Staff

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MARLBOROUGH – On Wednesday, November 29, Mayor-Elect announced his naming of Ryan Egan as his Transition Manager and incoming Chief of Staff. This announcement comes only a month after Mayor-Elect Christian mentioned at the mayoral debate that he had key staff in place to take over on day one of his administration. Egan served as Campaign Manager for the Mayor-Elect’s mayoral campaign and brings many years of experience in municipal government.


For the last six years, Egan has served as a Town Councilor for the Town of Randolph. He previously worked in the office of two Mayors; most recently in the Office of Mayor Charlie Sisitsky in Framingham and in the Office of Mayor Arthur Vigeant prior to that. “I am confident that Ryan’s background in municipal government coupled with his familiarity of Marlborough will serve the office and residents extremely well,” said Mayor-Elect Christian Dumais.


Egan’s work will include assisting the Mayor with day-to-day city operations, managing initiatives and projects across city departments, coordinating media relations for the Mayor, and providing guidance to the Mayor on a wide variety of topics facing the city. “It is my immense privilege to be asked to serve Mayor-Elect Dumais and the residents of Marlborough,” Egan said. “I greatly look forward to assisting the Mayor-Elect in making sure Marlborough remains the top place in the Commonwealth to live, work, and play,” he continued.


Since election night, both Mayor-Elect Christian Dumais and Egan have been working diligently on a productive transition with Mayor Vigeant and his staff. Egan was named Transition Manager for the Mayor-Elect’s transition period leading up to the January 1st inauguration. In that role, he assists the Mayor-Elect with scheduling meetings, coordinating media announcements, supporting the transition team, crafting the transition website, and publishing the Mayor-Elect’s community survey.


Mayor-Elect J. Christian Dumais will be sworn into office on January 1st at 10:00AM which will take place at Whitcomb Middle School, 25 Union Street. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.



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