Bedford's manager to promote economic growth
In addition to having served as town manager of Salem, Daly has local, regional and private-sector experience, and, he said, he can bring a fresh approach to Bedford.
"As officials, we don't have ways to talk to economic developers as those in the field would have, so we need to develop that relationship," he said.
"The nice thing about Bedford is the nonresidential development is distinctly developed separately from its residential areas. I think that is exceptional," Daly said. "They can keep the nonresidential sections away from economic areas and increase economic development without impacting the residential areas so they can develop individually."
"One of the things that has been my desire over the past 18 years is to work with the private sector to envision the future, rather than paint a picture and hope it happens," he said. "Bedford's master plan is clear that the townspeople and business owners were involved, and it sets a path for the future. Most plans are designed by planners who have a vision of what they want a town to be, and it just sits on a shelf somewhere."
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