Michael Albano (born November 6, 1950) is an American politician, college professor and government affairs consultant who resides in Longmeadow, Massachusetts. He is the former mayor of Springfield, Massachusetts and the former Massachusetts Governor's Councilor representing western Massachusetts's 8th Council district. Albano began his public service career as a Probation Officer in the Westfield District Court in 1974. Subsequently, he was appointed to the Massachusetts State Parole Board in 1982 by Governor Edward J. King and reappointed by Governor Michael S. Dukakis in 1987. In 1992 Governor William Weld appointed Albano as a Special Parole Board Member. In 1994, State Auditor Joseph DeNucci appointed him as an Audit Specialist. Prior to his election to the Governor's Council, Albano's served on the Springfield School Committee from 1985–1989 (one 4-year term); the Springfield City Council 1991–1995 (two 2 year terms) 1995. Albano served as Council president in 1994 and 1995. In 1995, Albano was elected mayor of Springfield and went on to serve four two-year terms, leaving office in 2003. On November 6, 2012 Albano was elected to the Governor's Council representing the counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Berkshire and Franklin of Massachusetts.
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