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Francis G. Armentano

Director of Community Development

Town of Vernon, Connecticut

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

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www.granbydrummer.com

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.


www.granbydrummer.com

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


granbyct.virtualtownhall.net

ALSO PRESENT: Francis Armentano, Director of Community Development and Kevin Clark, Town Engineer
Town Manager Smith encouraged the residents involved to contact him, Director of Public Works, James Klase, or Director of Community Development, Fran Armentano with any questions they might have. Fran Armentano, Director of Community Development covered issues regarding the cost and the time frame of the project. Mr. Clark and Mr. Armentano will plan to meet with homeowners to show them where the connect will be at their house. Mr. Armentano encouraged the public to get prices before making the decision as to which contractor to use.


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On hand for the festivities were Town Manager, Bill Smith; Director of Community Development, Fran Armentano; Windsor Federal Savings Board Member, Mike Rabbett; Branch Manager, Jim Matejek; and President, Mark Griffin.
Pictured Left to Right: Mike Rabbett, Windsor Federal Savings Board of Directors; Fran Armentano, Director of Community Development; Mark Griffin, President; Bill Smith, Town Manager; Jim Matejek, Granby Branch Manager


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