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Francis G. Armentano

Director of Community Development

Town-of-Vernon,-Connecticut

Direct Phone: (860) ***-****direct phone

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Next on the agenda were the Employee Service Awards, given this year to Lauren Stuck and Fran Armentano.
Community Service Awards Lauren Stuck and Fran Armentano It was 30 years ago when Fran Armentano began working for the Town of Granby. The Director of Community Development, he is the go-to person when anyone has a question about the town's infrastructure. In addition to his wide range of knowledge, he has the ability and patience to work with people in helping to solve a wide variety of problems. His formal education includes a BA in political science from the University of Connecticut, where his minor included economics, geography and communications, but also many certificates and graduate courses in areas such as administrative law, analysis of population methodologies, landscape architecture and site design. He also has a certificate in traffic management, which is proving very useful in working with the DOT in re-structuring the difficult intersections in Granby. After an introduction by subcommittee co-chair Johnson, the presentation began with an overview of Granby's demographics by Director of Community Development Fran Armentano.


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Next on the agenda were the Employee Service Awards, given this year to Lauren Stuck and Fran Armentano.
Community Service Awards Lauren Stuck and Fran Armentano It was 30 years ago when Fran Armentano began working for the Town of Granby. The Director of Community Development, he is the go-to person when anyone has a question about the town's infrastructure. In addition to his wide range of knowledge, he has the ability and patience to work with people in helping to solve a wide variety of problems. His formal education includes a BA in political science from the University of Connecticut, where his minor included economics, geography and communications, but also many certificates and graduate courses in areas such as administrative law, analysis of population methodologies, landscape architecture and site design. He also has a certificate in traffic management, which is proving very useful in working with the DOT in re-structuring the difficult intersections in Granby.


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Fran Armentano
860.653.0631 or farmentano@snet.net


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After an introduction by subcommittee co-chair Johnson, the presentation began with an overview of Granby's demographics by Director of Community Development Fran Armentano.


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Community Development Officer Fran Armentano presented a slideshow of the architect's original drawings and those showing the revised modifications. (See the article on p. ___ for details.)
When asked why there was such an effort by the BOS to get the grant approved quickly, bypassing public input until very late in the game, Smith and Armentano replied that the town wishes to apply for other project grants and that cannot be done until the Holcomb Farm one has been approved. Fran Armentano gave a brief description of the Community Development Department's ongoing work, including the Plan of Conservation and Development and the Development Commission. He also spoke at length about his department's efforts to preserve open space through the Flexible Residential Development program. Director of Community Development Fran Armentano reported that the Earth Excavation and Development Subcommittee had met, had reviewed regulation information from several towns, and had discussed building permits and excavation issues as well as financial considerations. Director of Community Development Fran Armentano provided details at the October 15 meeting of the Development Commission regarding the business to open soon at the 83 Salmon Brook Street property that was purchased by the town last year.


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