Dr. Don W. Greenberg
Associate Professor of Politics
o: Donnarumma Hall Rm 208
Cassetti vows 'fresh start' for Ansonia
Dr. Donald Greenberg, professor of politics, commented on the new mayor of Ansonia, saying the task ahead for Mayor David Cassetti is a daunting one. "He has to keep his promises, reduce taxes and he'll win another term, otherwise the city will go back to the Democrats," he said.
Published in Connecticut Post on 12/2/13
New council might challenge old ways
Dr. Donald Greenberg commented on the swearing in of new City Council members in Bridgeport. "It's going to be real interesting to watch if this group sticks together," he said. "Tom McCarthy (expected to be re-elected the Council president) has no real experience in dealing with controversy and the mayor is thin-skinned when bristled ... These could be interesting times."
Published in Danbury News-Times on 12/1/13
Bridgeport looks into library's future
Dr. Donald Greenberg, a member of the Bridgeport library board and professor of politics, commented on the future of the City of Bridgeport's downtown library and four branches. A master plan "was needed five years ago," he said. "We have two branches that are totally inadequate for our needs - Newfield and Mill Green."
Published in Stamford Advocate on 11/14/13
Connecticut resembles USA as a whole
"Connecticut is so crowded already," says Donald Greenberg, a Fairfield University politics professor who specializes in urban issues. "There's so little land space. There's more density."
Published in USA Today on 3/10/11
The Valley sees a changing face
"That's pretty much the trend in the state," said Donald Greenberg, assistant professor of politics at Fairfield University. "It's very much speculation, but I think this trend in the Valley..."
Published in the Greenwich Times on 3/10/11