Ryan Drajewicz is leaving the State Capitol after 13 months as Gov. Ned Lamont’s chief of staff. His successor is Paul Mounds, the former Malloy aide he recruited to the administration. Josh Geballe was named chief operating officer.
The Lamont administration hopes that a show-and-tell by the feds can restart a debate on how to finance transportation.
The kids are back in school. Can the governor and his chief of staff lure back lawmakers for a special session on transportation?
The administration of Gov. Ned Lamont was ready to put a tumultuous week behind it Thursday night, downplaying a pointed rebuke by a legislative committee the previous day.
Gov.-elect Ned Lamont made his first appointments Tuesday, naming his transition director, Ryan Drajewicz, as his chief of staff and Hartford’s top fiscal officer, Melissa McCaw, as his secretary of policy and management, the agency responsible for overseeing the state budget.