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Vincent Marino Reappointed by Governor Malloy to South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority

  • AUGUST 7, 2012, ORANGE, CT -- Vincent M. Marino, attorney at Cohen and Wolf, P.C. has been reappointed to a second term by Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy as the Governor's Representative to the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority. Mr. Marino will serve a three-year term on the Representative Policy Board that is charged with making appointments, setting rates and approving sale of lands and bonds.

    Mr. Marino is a principal in Cohen and Wolf's Municipal, Litigation and Bankruptcy Groups, working in both the Bridgeport and Orange offices where focuses on commercial litigation, construction, municipal law and bankruptcy. He is a resident of Orange, where he also serves as town attorney.

    “I am grateful for the opportunity to continue serving the customers of the Water Authority. I look forward to working with the Water Authority and supporting landowners while providing good stewardship of our natural resources,” said Mr. Marino.

    The South Central Regional Water Authority is a non-profit public corporation which supplies 55 million gallons of water a day on average to a population of almost 400,000 persons in 15 towns in the greater New Haven region. Its stated mission is to provide its customers with a reliable supply of high-quality water.

    In addition to providing water, the Authority offers hands-on water science programs to some 16,000 students annually at the Whitney Water Center in Hamden. The South Central Regional Water Authority owns more than 26,000-acres of land and provides a wide array of recreational opportunities and water-related services to the community.

    Mr. Marino received his B.A. in 1993 from the State University of New York at Binghamton and his J.D. in 1996 from Quinnipiac University School of Law.

    About Cohen and Wolf

    Cohen and Wolf celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2011. The firm began in 1951 with two lawyers, Herbert L. Cohen and Austin K. Wolf, working from a single office in Bridgeport. Since then, the firm has expanded to 50 attorneys with offices in Bridgeport, Danbury, Westport and Orange. Attorneys at Cohen and Wolf represent a diverse assortment of individuals, businesses and municipalities, handling their personal and professional legal needs, from matters involving litigation, employment, corporate and securities law, real estate, land use and zoning, to family law and estate planning. Additional information is available at www.cohenandwolf.com.

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Vincent Marino Reappointed by Governor Malloy to South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority

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