Jon Zagrodzky, chairman of the Town of Darien Board of Finance, will talk about the impact of state-level budget challenges at the Darien Men’s Association meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. The town’s annual budget is $140 million.
He also will comment on broader governance issues for Darien and the state of Connecticut.
Jon said, “There will be as much levity and irreverence as a discussion of these topics permits.” He has been a Board of Finance member since 2008.
He also serves on Darien’s Town and Police Pension boards and the Public Works Garage Building Committee.
Jon is a member of Forman School Board of Trustees, a Litchfield, Conn., high school specializing in helping children with learning differences. He also is chief operating officer for Rhône Group LLC, a middle-market private equity firm.
- Board of Finance Chairman Jon Zagrodzky’s 2017 State of the Town Remarks (Dec. 12)
- Leaders on State of the Town: Control Spending as State, Feds Look to Squeeze $$ from Darien (Dec. 12)
- Darien Town Officials Talk Fiscal Tight-Fistedness at Recent Public Meetings (Dec. 13)
His talk will start at 10:45 a.m. Darien Men’s Association meetings are held at the Darien Community Association, 274 Middlesex Road, Darien.
Guest passes are available at the membership desk just outside the meeting room. DMA welcomes men age 50 or older.