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The mission of the Massachusetts Environmental Police is to protect the environment and natural resources of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through enforcement, education, and public outreach. The men and women who join this great organization go through long hours of training to become officers dedicated to protecting the health, safety, and individual rights of the public and preserving our environment for future generations. Congratulations to EPO David Wright, EPO Dominic Golini, EPO Ken Gormley, and EPO Nick Raimer for graduating last night from the Reading Police Academy. We also applaud Nick Raimer for being awarded top PT honors for his class.

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With a background in the fast-paced worlds of local elections and ecommerce start-ups, Amy has joined the EEA team to spread the word about Massachusetts’ incredible environmental, agricultural, and energy initiatives using social media and good old-fashioned story-telling. A Boston University graduate, she can be found in her spare time picnicking and reading in sunny parks, sunning and swimming at the beach, thrift-shopping, or visiting friends and family in Vermont.

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