Former Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is getting a second state job. The Department of Revenue Services Commissioner has been tapped by Governor Ned Lamont to serve as his senior advisor for infrastructure. In this new role, Boughton will coordinate multi-agency approaches to administering funds from the recently approved, bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Lamont says Boughton will be a critical member of the team ensuring that Connecticut investments are coordinated, strategic, and equitable. He noted that Boughton knows how local government works and he knows how state government works, providing a unique and necessary perspective.