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Former Glodis aide tapped as Baker chief of staff at City Hall

Incoming City Councillor Frank Baker has tapped a Beacon Hill veteran as his chief of staff in City Hall. Amy Frigulietti, who volunteered for Baker during his District 3 campaign, worked in the state Senate as chief of staff to state Sen. Michael Moore (D-Millbury) and as a legislative aide to Guy Glodis (D-Worcester) when he served in the Senate.

A member of the Ward 13 Democratic Committee, Frigulietti was also assistant deputy superintendent and deputy sheriff at the Worcester County Jail when Glodis served as sheriff. Glodis became a lobbyist after losing a race for state auditor in 2010.

Frigulietti, a Savin Hill resident who grew up in Norwood, has also volunteered on various other campaigns, including then-Treasurer Shannon O’Brien’s run for governor in 2001, Stephen Lynch’s first run for Congress, state Rep. John Roger’s (D-Norwood) reelection campaigns, and Michael Bellotti’s run for Norfolk County Sheriff.