Blaise Michael Lamphier, American city official, personnel director. Harry S. Truman scholar United States Senate/Truman Foundation, 1983; Blaise Lamphier Day proclaimed By City of Meriden, 1983; named Young Public Administrator of Year State of Connecticut, American Society for Public Administration, 1995.
Legislation intern General Assembly, Office Speaker of the House, Hartford, Connecticut, 1983-1984. State public relations officer Americans for Hart, Storrs, 1984. Operations manager Station WMMW-AM, Meriden, 1987-1988.
Assistant to city manager/ombudsman City of Meriden, 1988-1992, assistant to city manager/development assistant, 1992-1995, assistant to city manager, personnel director, since 1995. Municipal representative National League of Cities Conference, Boston, 1988, Atlanta, 1989, Houston, 1990, New Orleans, 1992, Minneapolis, 1994.
- Baseball and the Lyrical Life: Poetry and Diamond Dust
- From the Introduction by Tom Tolnay: Baseball is the perfect poem, with its direct baselines of communication; in its slowly unfolding denouement; in its melodic balance of pure music within the foul poles; and especially in its magical ability to draw all of its drama down to the last strike, the last base hit.
Member Democratic Town Committee, Meriden, 1982-1984, Downtown Revitalization Advisory Committee, Meriden, 1989-1991. Board directors Theatre Newington on Stage, 1993-1995. Member International City Managers Association, Holy Family Retreat League (president Meriden chapter 1988-1995), Masons, Kiwanis (board directors 1990-1992).
Born January 29, 1963
1983 - 1984
1987 - 1988
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