[Louis R. Nickinello] held the $75,000-a-year Massport job for two weeks until he was fired by a new majority of [Michael S. Dukakis] appointees on the board. Dukakis used anobscure provision of a 1964 law to gain control of the Massport Board the day after he took office in January.
Asked if he expected Nickinello's appointment to improve relations with [Thomas W. McGee], who was angry when Nickinello lost his Massport job, Dukakis indicated that there had never been a rift. He said that McGee had been "as understanding and cooperative as anyone could be" during the Massport upheaval.
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