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Professional and Leadership Skills

Published Oct 25, 2017 • Last Updated 11:11 am, October 24, 2017

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I am writing to express my endorsement of Anselmo Delia as judge of probate. I have known Anselmo for over 20 years as a neighbor, friend, and community volunteer. His long-time service as a active member of several organizations including our Board of Education and chairing the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) has exhibited strong professional and leadership skills. I have attended several PZC meetings that could have erupted into disorderly conduct but didn’t demonstrated this leadership.

I have lived in Clinton for 54 years and have been honored to serve on several boards and commissions and organizations as well. I know firsthand the amount of time and effort community service takes. Anselmo will replicate this service as judge of probate for the nine towns in the district.

Probate Court will be run as a organized and competent court under the leadership of Anselmo Delia.

Hal Dolan
Clinton

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