Jonathan Fazzino Elected to Berlin Town Council
BRIDGEPORT, CT – We are proud to announce that Jonathan W. Fazzino (“Jack”), an associate attorney with Cohen and Wolf, was elected to the Town Council for the Town of Berlin, Connecticut.
The Town Council of Berlin is a seven-member body consisting of six councilors and the Town’s Mayor, all of whom are elected at large. The Council is the town’s legislative body whose mission is to preserve the good order, peace, health, and safety of the Town of Berlin and its inhabitants through governance and oversight of the town’s budget and spending, legislation, and resolution of any town issues that may arise. Jack is one of the youngest elected officials in the town’s history.
As a Councilor, Jack is committed to advocating for several large-scale public works projects and to working with various state and local leaders to champion more sustainable economic development throughout Berlin. When asked about his new role in town government, Jack replied “I am honored to have been selected to serve my hometown community and I’m looking forward to working with my fellow council members.”
Jack is an associate attorney with Cohen in Wolf, P.C., and is a member of the firm’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Municipal, and Securities practice groups. He advises individuals, small businesses, and municipalities. Before joining Cohen and Wolf, Jack gained extensive experience in public policy serving state and federal legislators, federal judges, policy reform advocates, and legal assistance bureaus. He has worked in Washington D.C. on Capitol Hill, with the Connecticut General Assembly, and with various other advocacy organizations.
Jack holds a Juris Doctorate from Boston College Law School, an M.A. from Georgetown University, and a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame. He is admitted to practice law in Connecticut and is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association.