Finch a rumored contender for top DEEP job
BRIDGEPORT – Connecticut’s largest city will not see its mayor sworn in as governor in January.
But how about a former mayor taking over the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection?
Bill Finch, ousted from City Hall in 2015 by Joe Ganim, is a contender for DEEP Commissioner, according to sources.
Finch was not just a vocal advocate for conservation during his eight years as mayor, but, prior to that, as a state Senator and co-chairman of the legislature’s environment committee. One source went so far as to state of Finch’s chances: “I think it’s his to lose, to be honest with you.
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