Thomas J. Recupero ran unopposed for an open seat on the board in the April 30 Town Election. Meanwhile, John Anzivino was voted interim chair at Tuesday's meeting until the full reorganization of the Board of Selectmen on May 21.
Stoughton's newest selectman, Thomas J. Recupero, had a public swearing-in ceremony at the start of Tuesday's Board of Selectmen meeting. Stoughton Town Clerk Cheryl Mooney administered the oath of office. Recupero ran unopposed for an open seat on the board in the April 30 Town Election. Recupero, a lifelong resident, is an attorney with a practice on Turnpike St. in Stoughton. His father, Thomas A. Recupero, served as a Stoughton selectmen in the late 1970s and early 1980s. "I've been engaged in the government of the town for quite a while, practicing law, but for the first time I get to participate in the future of the town and have a hand in it. I look forward to that, I really do," Recupero said on Election Night. Recupero joins …
Stoughton attorney T.J. Recupero pulled papers to run for a seat on the Stoughton Board of Selectmen in the April 2013 Town Election after incumbent John Stagnone announced he would not seek reelection.
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Editor's Note: With Selectman John Stagnone's decision not to run for reelection in the April Town Election, Stoughton attorney T.J. Recupero announced his candidacy and is the first person to officially express interest in what is now an open seat this election cycle. His announcement of his candidacy is below. Other candidates are welcome to submit announcements by emailing email@example.com. Pulling nomination papers is only the first step in running for town-wide office. Those who pull papers need to get 120 signatures of registered Stoughton voters and file their nomination papers with the Town Clerk by 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 2, 2013 to be eligible to run. *** T.J. Recupero's Announcement of Candidacy for Stoughton Board of …