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In the Month of April the MCOA will hold its 2nd annual dinner and awards night.
It is open to anyone who wishes to attend. I will post more information when I get them (cost, speakers and so on)
 

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The dinner is going to be held at the Holiday Inn at Boxborough Woods on Saturday Night April 12th 2003 social from 6-7 p.m. Paul Fahey Direcotr of SETB will be the guest speaker and be giving an overview and update on wireless 9-1-1 in Massachusetts. There will be a full sit down meal and then awards and a dispatcher of the year award also. Cost well be $35.00 dollars per person. Tickets can be purchaed by contacting Bob at [email protected]
 

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Just a reminder that the Massachusetts Communications Officers Association (MCOA) will be holding it's 2nd annual banquet and awards dinner on Saturday night April 12th 2003. This years dinner will be held at the Holiday Inn at Boxborough Woods, in Boxborough Ma. This event is open to everyone including members and their family, friends, coworkers, nonmembers and even the general public. The cost of the tickets are $35.00 per person. Tables can be reserved with advanced notice.
A point of interest is that this years guest speaker is Mr. Paul Fahey Director of SETB (state 9-1-1), he will be speaking about the implementation of the wireless 9-1-1 and its funding. This is may be of interest to supervisors, chiefs, police officers and dispatchers alike. There is sure to be alot of information that people may be looking for in regards to wireless 9-1-1.
So come and join the fun.
 

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Hello to all of my fellow members, Last night we had our 2nd annual
banquet and awards dinner. The dinner went well even with a low turn
out. We received an excellent presentation on wireless 9-1-1 in
Massachusetts from SETB director Paul Fahey, We thank him and his
staff very much for taking the time to join us.

Awards were issued to several people in no real order he they are
Communications Center Award for 100 % membership in MCOA
Belmont 9-1-1
Watertown 9-1-1
Excellence in training award was issued to three departments
Wellesley 9-1-1
Billerica 9-1-1
Waltham 9-1-1
Commitment award
Andrew Tobio Belmont 9-1-1 for outstanding work on a celluar 9-1-1
call working with State Police Boston
Vice Presidents meritrious award
Steve Herrea
Dave Spinosa (both not present award taken by Frank Sen Servino)
For child birth 9-1-1 call last November
Special Recignition awards
Paul Fahey SETB
Dan MacAuley MCOA board and outgoing treasuer 1999-2003
Dave Jones MCOA board and outgoing asst. treasurer 1999-2003
Both were founding members and helped to create MCOA Thanks guys
GREAT JOB!!!!!!!!!!
Presidents Award
Greg Anderson MEMA (not present we get his award to him)
Treasurers award
Steve Hooke Holbrook Fire Alarm and TAC 9
Steve has donated a large amount of services to MCOA resulting in
savings to the association. and for those members with his paging
service you have all saved your own money from other rates you were
paying.
Dispatcher of the Year
Dispatcher Avant from Billerica 9-1-1 with a nice presentation from
the desk LT. working the shift when he proformed extremley well on
the job.

ELECTION RESULTS
PRESIDENT - JIM RICCIO REELECTED
1ST V.P. - BOB ACCOMANDO REELECTED
SECT. - JEREMIE MEYER (NEW BOARD MEMBER REPLACING PHIL DAGOSTINO)
TRES. - PHIL DAGOSTINO (REPLACING DAN MACAULEY WHO DID NOT RE-RUN)
ASST TRES. - SUSAN MASON (REPLACING DAVE JONES WHO DID NOT RE-RUN)

The only head to head run off was between Tom Seeley of Wilmington
and Jeremie Meyer of South Hadley. 26 ballots were cast the results
were
Meyer 16
Seeley 10

More information on the dinner in the next newsletter sometime early
May.

Thank you
James Riccio
President
MCOA
 
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