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18 - The Newtown Bee Official Guide To Newtown & Phone Directory 2016

TOWN GOVERNMENT (continued from page 14) Police Chief James Viadero; 203-270-4256. Powers and duties: Heads police department and supervises all police personnel. Salaried; $116,014. Public Safety Committee (DOC-Garner) First Selectman Pat Llodra, Fire Commissioner Kevin A. Cragin, Police Chief James Viadero, Michael Kelley, Nunnawauk Meadows rep John O’Byrne, Joy Previdi, school rep Gino Faiella. Public Works Director Frederick Hurley. Powers and duties: Supervises the highway department, public buildings, and the waste transfer station. Salaried; $105,878. Public Works Deputy Director David Bratz. Salaried; $85,075. Director of Senior Services Marilyn Place; 203-270-4310. Oversees all senior services including Senior Center activities. Salaried; $56,481. Assistant to the director: Judy Thomas, $34,216. Social Services Director Ann Piccini; 203-270-4330. Powers and duties: Oversees the Social Services Department and serves as municipal agent for the elderly. Directs the general assistance programs for the town. Provides social casework for individuals and families. Acts as the liai-

son to local and state social service agencies. Salaried; $56,481. Assistant director: Ann LoBosco, $37,021. Town Attorney David Grogins of Cohen and Wolf, PC. Powers and duties: Gives legal advice and draws up legal documents for the town. Represents the legal interests of the town. Town Auditor Kostin, Ruffkess & Company, LLC, business advisors and CPA. Town Engineer Ronald Bolmer; 203-270-4300. Duties: Performs engineering services for the town. Salaried; $117,620. Technology and GIS Director Al Miles; 203-270-4270. Salaried; $91,710. Town Historian Daniel J. Cruson; 203-426-6021. Duties: Researches and records Newtown history. Unsalaried. Tree Warden Mike McCarthy; 203-270-4300. Powers and duties: Maintains and cuts trees on town property and road rights of way at the direction of the first selectman. Receives a fee as an outside vendor. Zoning Enforcement Officer Gary Frenette; 203-270-4350. Performs administrative, interpretive, and investigative activities to enforce the town’s zoning regulations. Salaried: $62,055.

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Guide To Newtown 2016