Although he's been on the job for roughly 10 months, Newton-Needham Chamber of Commerce President Robert Halpin could be moving on to a new position soon.
Halpin is one of four finalists for the Framingham Town Manager position, .
A Concord resident, Halpin was appointed as Newton-Needham Chamber President in May of last year. According to a press release issued at that time, Halpin had served for 23 years as some form of local government manager and played an important role in developing the I-93 Tri-Town Interchange Project.
He holds master's degree in public administration from Suffolk University and a bachelor's degree in community planning and management from UMass Boston.
Along with Halpin, the other three Framingham Town Manager finalists include:
- Longmeadow Town Manager Robin Crosbie of Hadley
- Ashland Town Manager John D. Petrin of Marlborough
- Former Town Administrator Ronald S. San Angelo of Naugatuck, Ct.
Newton Patch will have more information for you as it becomes available.