Monthly Archives: August 2013

Public Safety Idea Starter: “Living with Coyotes” Presentation

The Southborough, MA, Police Department is planning a presentation, “Living with Coyotes,” designed to help educate residents about the coyote. The presentation is designed to include information about natural behavior and habits of the coyote, as well as a number … Continue reading

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New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England (and issues being faced on the local level) include these articles: CT: Newtown parade expected to draw record crowds (The News-Times) ME: Saco withdrawal plan gets conditional approval (Journal Tribune) … Continue reading

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Health Services Idea Starter: Community Health Fair

The Town of Randolph, MA, is sponsoring a free Community Health Fair for Town residents of all ages on Saturday, 7 September (10:00 AM-2:00 PM) at the James M. Hurley Senior and Veterans Center. At the Health Fair, residents will … Continue reading

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Reflection Starter from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England (and issues being faced on the local level) include these articles: CT: Easton to give dogs some running room (Connecticut Post) ME: Emergency training critical for local safety (The York … Continue reading

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NATA on Preventing Sudden Death in Secondary School Athletes

“The secondary school athletic population leads the nation in athletic-related deaths. Given that many such deaths are preventable through proper education, recognition of serious medical conditions, and emergency protocols, those involved with secondary school athletics can benefit from policy considerations … Continue reading

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Reflection Starter from Vince Lombardi

“The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual.” – Vince Lombardi

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