Comes from Montclair post
Marc D. Dashield, a self-described "public administration geek" who has spent more than 20 years in the public sector, was tabbed Monday as the next municipal administrator to run the daily affairs of Princeton municipal government.
Princeton Councilman Patrick Simon shakes hands with Marc Dashield at Monday's meeting. Staff photo by Philip Sean Curran
"This is a great community to work for and a great opportunity," he said after the Princeton Council voted, 6-0, to appoint him to replace the retiring Robert W. Bruschi. "I had to take the opportunity."