Calouro out as Warren harbormaster


Warren needs a new harbormaster.

The Warren Town Council voted Tuesday night to advertise an opening at the position, after officials learned that former Harbormaster Matthew Calouro of Bristol would not seek reappointment. Assistant harbormaster Dave Pion, who has acted in Mr. Calouro’s stead since he left his post with a medical condition last year, continues to serve in his absence, Warren Town Manager Thomas Gordon said this week.

Mr. Gordon would not comment on Mr. Calouro’s status, other than saying that in mid-December he received information that Mr. Calouro “was unable” to seek reappointment. He would not clarify, citing confidentiality in dealing with personnel matters.

Mr. Calouro, who served Warren on a part time basis, was also the full time Bristol harbormaster until losing his job to current Bristol harbormaster Greg Marsilli last summer.


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Mike Marshall

So Calouro was unable to apply, read the Oct East Bay News, he wiped all the records in the Bristol Harbormasters office, the day after he was not selected as new Harbormaster and let us not forget what else was found on the town computer,PORN . This is the reason he did not apply. I hope my town manager Gordon checks the computers , he may be in for a surprise.

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