Former Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton to serve as Gov. Lamont's senior adviser on infrastructure

Gov. Ned Lamont's office announced Thursday that Department of Revenue Services Commissioner Mark Boughton will be serving as his senior adviser for infrastructure.

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Dec 16, 2021, 10:01 PM

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Former Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton to serve as Gov. Lamont's senior adviser on infrastructure
Gov. Ned Lamont's office announced Thursday that Department of Revenue Services Commissioner Mark Boughton will be serving as his senior adviser for infrastructure.
Boughton, the former Republican mayor of Danbury, will be helping Lamont administer funds from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
“My experience as a mayor and commissioner have shown me the importance of whole-government collaboration, and I look forward to working with my colleagues and other stakeholders across the state to address infrastructure needs, create good-quality jobs, and position Connecticut to make the most of this historic allocation of funds," Boughton says.


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