State officials are releasing new information about the 2007 hiring of Sheila Burgess, the former director of highway safety whose personal driving record included multiple accidents and traffic violations.
Gov. Deval Patrick says officials have been unable to determine who in his administration hired former highway safety director Sheila Burgess because the original paperwork cannot be located.
The embattled director of Massachusetts Highway Safety Division, Sheila Burgess has announced plans to resign.
Governor Deval Patrick says the hiring of Sheila Burgess as the state highway safety director was a “serious screw up.”
Our desperate need for better infrastructure is matched, it seems, by the desperate need of our political culture for intervention to help kick it’s addiction to sleazy, careless patronage.
Her job is to make state roads safer but the director of Mass Highway Safety Division has numerous vehicle violations.
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