Nancy Eddy an AW resident and former Loomis Board Member is in the news this week. She has become the brand new AW Resident Association President
When the Massachusetts Municipal Association’s annual meeting and trade show begins Friday with a visit from Gov. Charlie Baker, an Amherst woman will be recognized for her role in establishing the organization.
Nancy Eddy, MMA’s first president, is heading to the Hines Convention Center and Sheraton Boston Hotel for this year’s 40th anniversary event, which has the theme “Strong Communities for a Stronger Commonwealth.”
Eddy, who served for nine years on the Amherst Select Board, said she appreciates that the organization is still going strong four decades later and that “the voice of cities and towns” remains a critical connection between the commonwealth’s 351 communities and state government.
“I think it’s been very successful,” Eddy said. “When it started I was quite confident the association would meet the needs of cities and towns.”
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