NORWALK, Conn. – Mayor Harry Rilling’s latest round of appointments include a Norwalk banker for the Planning Commission.
Up for consideration by the Common Council Tuesday are three appointments for alternates on the Board of Assessment Appeals; three appointments for Zoning Board of Appeals; two appointments for alternates on the Zoning Board of Appeals, a reappointment for the Board of Health Commission and Steven Ferguson for the Planning Commission.
Ferguson describes himself in his resume as a business banker/officer at JP Morgan Chase Bank in Stratford since 2010, relationship manager of 116 business clients, honored with MVP award by the National Sales Division at Chase in 2010. From 2004 to 2010, he worked at financial services manager/assistant vice president at People’s Bank in Stamford, the resume says. He is unaffiliated.
Republican Kenneth Lalime, a registered pharmicist with management experience, is being reappointed to the Board of Health Commission as a replacement for Gregory Burnett, who is now on the Board of Estimate and Taxation.
Joseph Beggan, Republican alternate on the Zoning Board of Appeals, to become a regular member. Beggan is owner and project manager of Beggan Construction.
Keith Lyon, a Democratic alternate on the Zoning Board of Appeals, to become a regular member. Lyon’s resume says he has extensive experience in debt and equity financing, corporate finance, investments and transactions.
Lee Levey, a Democrat, to become an alternate on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Levey is an architect and a former Common Council member.
Jennifer Campbell, a Democrat, to become a regular member of the Zoning Board of Appeals. Campbell is a chief nurse anesthetist with North Shore University Hospital in New York.
Juanita Olquin, a Democrat, to become a alternate on the Zoning Board of Appeals. Olquin is a global program manager with Xerox.
Meggan Douglas, an independent, to become a alternate on the Board of Assessment Appeals. Douglas is a Realtor and board member of the Rowayton Parents Exchange.
Judith Metzger, a Democrat, to become a member of the Board of Assessment Appeals.
Steve Scatamacchia, an unaffiliated voter, to become an alternate on the Board of Assessment Appeals. Scatamacchia worked in the garment and retail industries in Manhattan for 20 years before became a Realtor in 2003.