MONTPELIER — Michael Marinelli says he can do the job of Montpelier city clerk because he’s organized, has a strong work ethic, is fiscally responsible and knows the capital city.
Marinelli moved to Montpelier in 1964 when he was 5 years old. He graduated from Montpelier High School, as did his wife, Elise, and their three children.
Now Marinelli, 53, is running to be the next city clerk.
He says he would bring to the office a career focused on customer service.
“I’m a people person,” he said.