Central MA Regional Planning Commission Expands Community Development Services
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
The Department has recently hired three new planners, including Paul Dell' Aquila, Danielle Mucciarone, and Hoamy Tran.
Paul Dell’Aquila joins the Commission as Principal Planner following a three-year term as Executive Director of the MetroWest Regional Collaborative at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC).
Joining CMRPC as Principal Planner is Danielle Mucciarone. Mucciarone, formerly of the Northern Middlesex Council of Governments (NMCOG), Mucciarone’s specialties include environmental and energy planning.
Hoamy Tran’s appointment as Planning Assistant follows outstanding academic achievement and a health data internship at CMRPC. In spring of 2015, Tran led a data collection effort with the City of Worcester’s Division of Public Health for the 2015 Community Health Assessment.
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