Longtime Rensselaer Mayor Dan Dwyer dies
November 20, 2018 06:17 PM
RENSSELAER - Longtime Rensselaer Mayor Dan Dwyer has died. The city says in a statement that Dwyer, 84, died on Tuesday morning, surrounded by family.
The Korean War veteran began serving the city in 1963. He was elected mayor in 2005. He was currently serving his third term.
Rich Mooney, the president of the Rensselaer City Council, will now take over as mayor.
BREAKING NEWS -Rensselaer Mayor Dan Dwyer dead at age 84. First elected in 2005, he was serving his third term. pic.twitter.com/YWLKJ3XIhF
Rich Mooney has been sworn in as the City of Rensselaer’s 33rd mayor succeeding Dan Dwyer, who passed away this morning at age 84. pic.twitter.com/vbbHRTWY6F— Dan Levy (@dlevywnyt) November 20, 2018
Charles Moore, Director of Planning and Development for the City of Rensselaer, says Dan Dwyer’s legacy will be the Waterford development and building a fire station in the city’s north end. pic.twitter.com/SthjRQwtuc— Dan Levy (@dlevywnyt) November 20, 2018
Updated: November 20, 2018 06:17 PM
Created: November 20, 2018 01:02 PM
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