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  • Avedisian Rumored to Be Next RIPTA CEO

    [CREDIT: Mayor Avedisian's Office] Mayor Scott Avedisian has named Ray Studley as his new Chief of Staff.

    [CREDIT: Mayor Avedisian’s Office] Mayor Scott Avedisian, left, is rumored to be in the running to replace former State Police Lt. Col. Ray Studley as CEO of RIPTA. 

    WARWICK, RI — Multiple media outlets are reporting that Mayor Scott Avedisian is expected to be named the next Chief Operating Officer of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority as early as tomorrow.

    Avedisian, 53, previously served as chairman of RIPTA’s board of directors from 2012 through 2016. He named the agency’s last CEO, former State Police Lt. Col. Ray Studley, as the city’s chief of staff last November.

    The RIPTA board is scheduled to meet on April 25 to review applicants and appoint a new CEO.

    Requests for comment from Avedisian and press secretary Courtney Marciano had not been answered by publication of this article.

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