Brian was first elected to the Quincy City Council in 2009, representing Ward Four. His priorities are ensuring that basic city services are delivered to the residents of West and South Quincy as effectively and efficiently as possible. As chairman of the Council’s Public Safety Committee, he has taken the lead in fighting to keep our neighborhoods a safe place to live, work, and raise a family.
Brian is a small business owner in Quincy where he operates a private law practice in Quincy Center. He is married to Alison (Paradis) Palmucci who is an elementary art teacher in Hanover and operates a private art studio where she tutors young children. They live with their two children in Ward Four.
Brian previously worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Plymouth County and a Special Assistant Attorney General under the Department of Correction. He is a 2000 graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and in 2004 received a Juris Doctorate from New England School of Law.
He is a member of the Quincy Sons of Italy, and was previously elected to the Sons of Italy Board of Trustees. He is a past president and board member of the Ward Four Neighborhood Association. Brian is also a member of the Ward Four Democratic City Committee, Quincy Quarry and Granite Workers Museum, Quincy Lodge of Elks, Quincy Environmental Network, Friends of Blue Hills, Quincy Lodge of Elks, Sons of the American Legion and Friends of Thomas Crane Library.