Rodney Barker and Aaron Goldman at the dedication of Rodney Barker Square June 10, 2012 Photo by Alexi Reibman

After a long stint in the Mayor’s office — Eight years? It feels like yesterday! — good-guy Aaron Goldman is moving on. 

Good morning friends,

I am writing this morning to share some news with you – my last day with the City of Newton will be Thursday, September 21st, as I have accepted a position in the Public Affairs and Communications office at Harvard University. 

Stepping down from my position with the city I grew up in and am raising a family in was not an easy decision, but I have decided that with Mayor Warren moving on at the end of the year, the time has come for me to move on as well.

One of the best parts of the past 8 years has been the opportunity to get to know and work with all of you, and I am extremely grateful for that. 

Newton will continue to be home for the foreseeable future, so I am sure I will see you around. In the meantime, please do stay in touch. My personal e-mail is xxxxx

Thank you so much and I hope to see you soon.



A hearty thank you to Aaron for his service. 

Channeling my inner G. Reibman: Hey, Aaron. Once you hand in your pass to 1000 Commonwealth, expect to see you here!

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