On May 20, 2008, FRank Zampino announced that he would retire from politics during the summer after his 22-year career. His resignation took effect on July 2, 2008. [Executive Committee Vice-President Claude Dauphin succeeded him. <br />
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A few months later he admitted ties with Tony Accurso who's company got major contract from the city for new water meters.
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Frank Zampino
On May 20, 2008, FRank Zampino announced that he would retire from politics during the summer after his 22-year career. His resignation took effect on July 2, 2008. [Executive Committee Vice-President Claude Dauphin succeeded him.

A few months later he admitted ties with Tony Accurso who's company got major contract from the city for new water meters.

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Date: 20 May 2008
Location: Montreal QC Canada
Credit: Pierre Roussel
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