Pete Polubiatko, former coordinator for the Norwich Clean Cities coalition.
Pete Polubiatko (far right) poses with (left to right) Clean Cities Coordinator Lee Grannis; former Clean Cities Regional Manager for Connecticut, Michael Scarpino; and Clean Cities Coordinator Wendy Lucht.
A veteran Connecticut coordinator says farewell, leaves an impressive legacy
After serving Clean Cities for more than 20 years, one of the program’s longest-tenured coordinators has retired.
Pete Polubiatko, who helmed the Norwich Clean Cities (NCCC) coalition since their original designation in 1994, officially retired at the end of October. He is the second longest-serving coordinator in the program’s history, following Melissa Howell of the Kentucky Clean Cities Partnership.
During his time as lead coordinator for NCCC, Pete worked with hundreds of fleets and other