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Delaware PadDay Hamburger Club
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Dan Bennington, retired ...
Dan Bennington, retired Delaware city attorney, said the city has an impressive burger culture.
"It's a good burger town because we have lots of choices," he
"You can go almost anyplace and order one.
And they're all a little different."
Bennington was once part of an informal group of city employees who called themselves the Delaware PadDay Hamburger Club, formed by Jerry Warner, the chief building inspector.
retired two years ago, the club has pretty much disbanded, but that won't deter him from going to Son of Thurman.
"I'm looking forward to it," he
The City Of Delaware, Ohio
In 1995, Daniel Bennington was apppointed to serve as this chief law officer for the City.
He is the legal advisor of and attorney and counsel for the City and for all its officers and departments in all matters relating to their official duties and powers.
As such, he prosecutes or defends the City in all civil cases in which it is a party.
And he is responsible for the preparation of all contracts, bonds, and other written instruments in which the city is concerned and approves the form and correctness thereof.
has practiced law in the City
of Delaware since 1973.
He completed his undergraduate work at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware and earned his law degree from Case Western Reserve in Cleveland.
At the time of his appointment to City Attorney he was a partner in a law firm in Delaware.
Daniel B. Bennington, City Attorney
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Delaware City Attorney Dan Bennington will leave the City on June 30th.
After City Attorney Dan ...
After City Attorney Dan Bennington drafted the ordinance, Brush had issues with the way it was written and helped craft a more clear ordinance, his attempt at a compromise, he said at the time.
Delaware city's law was crafted after Columbus' law.
With his wife and son present ...
With his wife and son present to hold the Bible, Jones, 42, was sworn in Monday by city attorney Dan Bennington.