Who is a member?
Our members are the local governments of Massachusetts and their elected and appointed leadership.
Following city elections in November, the Massachusetts Municipal Councillors’ Association will host a workshop for newly elected councillors and aldermen on Saturday, Dec. 7, in Worcester.
The conference will include three breakout sessions, on municipal budgeting, constituent services, and navigating the role of a city councillor.
“You’ve Been Elected – Now What?” will be the theme of the keynote address, which will focus on introducing councillors and aldermen to the resources they have in their cities and throughout the Commonwealth, including the MMA and MMCA.
The conference will be held at the College of the Holy Cross. While the training is aimed at newly elected councillors and aldermen, veterans are also welcome.
Registration, Networking, Breakfast
Monica Medeiros, MMCA President, Melrose Alderman
You’ve Been Elected – Now What? Navigating Your Role as a Councillor
Isaac Mass, City Councilor, Greenfield
Sean Cronin, Senior Deputy Commissioner, Department of Revenue
Mike Zwirko, Alderman, City of Melrose
Workshop I: Introduction to Open Meeting/Public Records Law
Lauren Goldberg, Managing Partner, KP Law
Moderator: Cecilia Calabrese, Town Councilor, Agawam & MMA Vice President
Workshop II: City Finance & Budgeting 101
Tom Ambrosino, City Manager, City of Chelsea
Moderator: Eamon McCarthy Earls, Town Councilor, Franklin
Workshop III: Navigating the Bureaucracy: Managing Relationships with Department Heads & Solving Problems Together
Campus Hogan Center, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester
MMA Senior Member Services Coordinator Devon Elizabeth Williams
Massachusetts Municipal Councillors' Association