Pat Sesto, environmental director, will leave for Greenwich in June

According to a press release from the Greenwich Inlands Wetlands and Watercourses Agency, Patricia Sesto will leave her post as Director of Environmental Affairs in Wilton effective June 1.

Sesto has served Wilton since 1992.

She will take on the title of Agency Director in Greenwich, replacing former director Michael Chambers.

Greenwich’s Wetlands Agency Chairman, Brian Harris stated, “The Town of Greenwich is fortunate to have the finest professional staff of any Wetlands Agency in the state and we are thrilled to welcome Patricia Sesto as our new Director. Patricia’s extensive technical experience, her standing in the professional community, and the management skills she has developed during her tenure with the Town of Wilton will greatly benefit the Agency and further strengthen our ability to serve the community. We look forward to working with Patricia on the many challenges facing our town’s valuable natural resources in the years to come.”

Pat Sesto, head of Wilton’s Environmental Affairs department, stands on the boardwalk at the demonstration section of the Norwalk River Valley Trail’s Wilton Loop. The boardwalk, which runs about 150 feet, allows hikers, bikers, and cross-country skiers to use the trail without disturbing highly sensitive wetlands areas— Photo by Christopher Burns photo.

Pat Sesto, head of Wilton’s Environmental Affairs department, stands on the boardwalk at the demonstration section of the Norwalk River Valley Trail’s Wilton Loop. The boardwalk, which runs about 150 feet, allows hikers, bikers, and cross-country skiers to use the trail without disturbing highly sensitive wetlands areas— Photo by Christopher Burns photo.

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