2021 MMA Ethel Kelley Award Recipient: Robert Moulton

Robert “Robbie” Moulton, retired Police Chief from the Town of Scarborough, has been named the Ethel N. Kelley award recipient at the 85th annual MMA Convention held virtually on September 30.   The award, MMA’s highest honor, is given annually in recognition of Ethel N. Kelley, who served in multiple capacities at MMA including acting Executive Director. Criteria for the award include municipal officials that exemplify the best in local government by having a straightforward selfless concern for people, a demonstrated capability and willingness to “hold the community together,” longevity of conscientious service and dedication to the cause of good local government.
 

(Left - Jim Gardner, Jr., MMA President and Town Manager, Town of Easton; Middle – Robbie Moulton, former Police Chief, Town of Scarborough; Tom Hall, Town Manager, Town of Scarborough)
 

 

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