Letter To The Editor: Ronald Mastrogiacomo: Please Support My Re-election Run


To the Editor,

My name is Ronald Mastrogiacomo and I am seeking re-election to the Manchester Planning Board.  

As a registered civil engineer, I bring a unique experience to the Board.  I have worked for the past 37 years at AECOM, a multi-discipline Top Five engineering firm in the world.  I work in the water business line specializing in capital costing, planning and scheduling as well as engineering management.  I am also certified by the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering as a planning and scheduling professional.  I am a graduate of Northeastern University with a degree in civil engineering.  

I am currently serving as the Planning Board’s representative on the Water Resource Task Force committee.  I will bring my experience to watch over environmentally sensitive areas to protect our water supply, wetlands and coast.  I feel I can use my education and experience to help preserve the unique charm and character of Manchester.  

I will continue to work to maintain the scale and density in keeping with our Town.  I will work to make our downtown a vital and stimulating place to go for our visitors as well as for our local businesses.  I will also take care that our current infrastructure will not be over loaded by run-away growth and development and that all future development remains consistent with our Master Plan.  For the past 12 years I have served as the Planning Board’s liaison to the Community Preservation Committee bringing a unique engineering prospective to the committee as well as an avenue of communication between the two Boards.  I pledge to work with our other town boards to ensure consistency of purpose.

In closing I’d like to ask you to give me the opportunity to continue to serve and I look for your support and vote on May 17.

Thank you.


Ronald Mastrogiacomo


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