Thursday - March 21, 2024
9:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Massachusetts Municipal Management Association and Massachusetts Municipal Human Resources will hold their annual joint meeting on March 21 at Lake Pearl in Wrentham.

The agenda features a panel discussion on implementation and negotiations surrounding police body-worn cameras. Speakers will include Dennis Police Chief John Brady; Shrewsbury Police Chief Kevin Anderson; attorney Nick Anastastopolous, a partner with Mirick O’Connell; and attorney John Davis, a partner with Pierce Davis & Perritano, representing MIIA, the MMA’s insurance service.

The meeting will also include a legislative update with MMA Executive Director Adam Chapdelaine, and a civil service update from Danvers Assistant Town Manager Jen Breaker and MMA Legislative Director Dave Koffman.

The meeting is open to all MMMA and MMHR members. The registration fee of $40 includes coffee and lunch.

The link to register is available at The non-illness-related cancellation deadline is March 14. After that date, refunds will only be considered for illness-related cancellations.


8:45-9:30 a.m.
Breakfast, Registration

9:30-9:40 a.m.
Kristi Williams, Westborough Town Manager and MMMA President
Vanessa Hale, Southborough Assistant Town Administrator and MMHR Chair

9:40-10 a.m.
MMA Update
Adam Chapdelaine, MMA Executive Director & CEO

10-10:30 a.m.
Civil Service Legislation Overview
Jen Breaker, Deputy Town Manager, Danvers
Dave Koffman, Senior Executive and Legislative Director, MMA
Moderator: Denise Casey, Assistant Town Manager, North Andover

10:30 a.m.-noon
Body Worn Cameras: Negotiation and Implementation
Chief Kevin Anderson, Shrewsbury Police Department
Chief John Brady, Dennis Police Department
Attorney Nick Anastasopoulos, Partner, Mirick O’Connell
Attorney John Davis, Partner, Pierce, Davis, & Perritano
Moderator: Andrew Golas, Town Administrator, Charlton


Lake Pearl, Wrentham

MMA Senior Member Services Coordinator Denise Baker, and MMA Member Program Coordinator Anneke Craig,
Massachusetts Municipal Management Association and Massachusetts Municipal Human Resources