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April 3rd, 2007

Meehan to earn $280,000 base pay

Abstract:
Trustees selected Meehan as chancellor last month, hoping his political and fund-raising skills will bring more clout and money to the campus as it aggressively pursues scholarship on nanotechnology, biomanufacturing, and several other new sciences.

Meehan will start his duties in July. He will step down as congressman on July 1 and will formally submit his letter of resignation on May 9, setting in motion a special election to replace him. Governor Deval Patrick must schedule an election to be held between 145 days and 160 days after Meehan submits his letter.

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