August 5, 2020
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Gets Things Done

Published Oct. 30, 2019

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Dennis Donovan is one of many candidates seeking a seat on Clinton’s new Town Council. It is without hesitation that I endorse him and encourage the electors to vote for this man of character and an easy, friendly demeanor. But his personality alone is not the only reason to vote for him. Dennis Donovan is also a highly experienced candidate who has served in many capacities and volunteered countless hours to the town.

Most recently Dennis served on the Charter Revision Commission that proposed the change to our form of government from a Board of Selectman with a first selectman, to a Town Council with a professional town manager as the town’s chief administrator. At present he is a member of the Town Manager Search Committee, a committee of six members charged with the responsibility of selecting several finalists for the new town manager position. The new Town Council will ultimately choose one among the recommended finalists. In the past Dennis has also served as a selectman and also on the Board of Finance for many years, as well as other town boards and commissions.

I have known Dennis Donovan for more than 25 years and have seen firsthand his commitment to our town. He is a man of high integrity with practical, common-sense solutions to often difficult problems. His approach to his civic duties as a public servant is simple: work with others of all political persuasions, respecting all views without rancor or set agendas. Simply put, he gets things done for the benefit of Clinton. We would all be well served to have Dennis Donovan as a member of the new Town Council.

Anselmo M. Delia