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Former New Milford Mayor to run for State Senate

A former New Milford mayor has announced his campaign for the 30th State Senate District.  Democrat David Gronbach wants to represent the 14 towns in Northwestern Connecticut, from Brookfield to the Massachusetts border.  The 44-year old attorney served as the Mayor of New Milford from 2015-2017.  Gronbach practices commercial litigation, education law, employment law, and offers government consulting services.  He also does pro bono work for individuals and families seeking asylum in the United States.

Gronbach is also the Director of Business Development for Medinstill, a biotech company working to modernize pharmaceutical manufacturing processes to make life saving drugs safer and more cost-effective.

Gronbach led controversial efforts to convert the closed Pettibone elementary school into a Community Center.  Parks and Rec, the Youth Agency, and Social Services were moved into the facility in 2017.  He also oversaw construction of a bike and walking path known as the River Trail.  Gronbach opposed the introduction of chemicals to control milfoil in Candlewood Lake.  Gronbach's first budget proposed reducing taxes and fully funding the Board of Education.

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