MEDFORD — Today Medford School Committee Member Mea Mustone, and her daughter Tea Mustone endorsed Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn in her bid to continue serving the city of Medford.
“I care deeply about our public schools and ensuring the next generation of Medford residents has access to opportunity and a quality education,” said Mayor Lungo-Koehn. “That is why this endorsement, from School Committee Member Mea Mustone and her daughter, Teagan, means so much to me.”
“As a lifelong Medford resident, Medford schools parent, and Medford School Committee member, I think we need a mayor who is a partner in delivering for our kids. I believe Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn shares our values and is committed to building the school system Medford’s kids deserve,” said School Committee Member Mea Mustone. “I am proud to endorse Breanna for reelection because she will continue to be that partner, and I know she will continue to deliver leadership that puts Medford first.”
“The importance of a strong role model like Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn cannot be overstated. As a Medford High School senior, I have witnessed Mayor Lungo-Koehn’s dedication to public schools and student voices,” said Teagan Mustone. “As a future Tufts University student, I look forward to her continued fight towards progress in our city and the greater community. Mayor Lungo-Koehn is, and always has been, paving the way for young women in politics, and it is with a huge smile that I support her for reelection!”
Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn is a lifelong Medford resident and was sworn into Office as the 32nd Mayor of Medford, on January 5th, 2020. During her tenure, Mayor Lungo-Koehn prioritized transparency, accountability, and working hard to ensure that the people of Medford got real results. She has tackled tough issues from navigating the COVID-19 pandemic to keep residents and city employees safe and healthy while we worked to reopen to developing Medford’s first comprehensive multi-year Capital Improvement Plan and launching a community-driven Comprehensive Plan process to create a 30 year vision for our future. Additionally, during her tenure, Medford finalized a Housing Production Plan and proposed an affordable housing trust so residents can afford to stay in Medford, put plans in motion to redevelop three municipal lots to revitalize Medford Square, funded critical city projects, including the removal of more than half of the 500 tree stumps from our sidewalks and repair work for over 94 streets this year, and reworked the City’s budget process, receiving the City’s first Distinguished Budget Award in the process.
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