Kathleen E. Connolly, Re-Elected Vice President of Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions
March 21, 2012
Boston, MA (March 21, 2012) ... Kathleen E. Connolly, counsel at Murtha Cullina LLP, resident in the firm's Boston office, has been re-elected as Vice President of the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions (MACC) for 2012-2013. In this role, Ms. Connolly will continue to assist MACC in advocating for informed land management, development and community conservation by working with state agencies, legislators, developers, the courts, partner non-profits and the general public. She will also oversee MACC's promotion of advocacy for manageable, science-based laws and regulations relating to wetlands and other water resources, open space, and biological resources. She will continue her work educating and training the greater conservation and land trust communities and interested public.
Ms. Connolly joined Murtha Cullina in 2008. She received her J.D., cum laude, from University of Connecticut Law School, and B.A., magna cum laude, from Boston College.
About the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions
The Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions was formed in 1961 to disseminate and expand the information of the Conservation Commissions, to explain state government and to discuss ways of improving the citizens's role in environmental protection. MACC's original mission included encouraging and assisting the establishment of Conservation Commissions in every municipality, this was achieved in the 1980's. Its mission continues to be education of and support for Conservation Commissions. For more information, visit www.maccweb.org.