Montville's McNally announces mayoral run

Montville — Town Council Chairman Tom McNally on Thursday threw his hat in the ring to seek the mayor's office.

McNally, a Republican serving his second term on the council, announced in a statement that he was kicking off his campaign early to seek the support of residents, friends and community leaders.

McNally touted a host of Town Council measures during his tenure as chairman, including investments in school buses, police vehicles and a $10 million, 10-year road repair plan.

"My commitment to the Town of Montville and its residents are my priority," he said in the statement. "With your support and help to promote my message I will efficiently and effectively run a campaign that will continue to move Montville forward."


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