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MASSACHUSETTS 

STATE PUBLICATiONS 

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OCT 22 ,997 



state Library of Massachusetts 

ISSN 0465-1898 



Published by; 
$13- 15 William Francis Galvin - Secretary of the Commonwealth 



Please Note 

The State Library of Massachusetts is the 
official depository for Massachusetts state 
agency publications. This checklist provides 
a listing of those publications received at 
the library during the 1996 calendar year. 

Newsletters and serials with a frequency 
greater than quarterly are not included in 
this list but are listed separately after the 
index for informational purposes and are 
available through interlibrary loan. 

Document Access 

The State Library maintains a system of state document depository 
libraries in order to provide access to state agency publications. 
The following libraries serve as document depositories: The Boston 
Public Library, Springfield City Library, Worcester Public Library, 
and the Library at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. 
Documents listed in this checklist may be viewed at these libraries 
as well as at the State Library. Assistance may be obtained from 
the following staff members at the depository libraries: Gail 
Fithian, Boston Public; Edraond Lonergan, Springfield City; Nancy 
Gaudette, Worcester Public and William Thompson, UMASS/Am- 
herst. In addition to the state depositories, the documents are 
also sent to the Library of Congress. The State Library's catalog, 
ca. 1974 to present, can be accessed via the Internet. Telnet to 
site.cwmars.mass.org and access file #116. 

Each document listed herein is microfilmed. The number at 
the end of each entry is the film access number. The State 
Library holds a microfilm subscription to the CHECKLIST , as do 
many other libraries. For more information regarding this 
commercial microfilm subscription service, contact Primary Source 
Media, 12 Lunar Drive, Woodbridge, CT 06525. (203) 397-2600. 

Three asterisks (***) have been placed at the beginning of 
those entries which were not filmed in their entirety because 
of copyright problems. 

There is a keyword index at the end of this checklist for all 
documents listed herein except for the reports of the Department 
of the State Auditor. Index references are to the page number of 
this publication. 



Please note that the Auditor instituted a new identification 
system during 1990. The reports are now being labelled by the 
type of audit being done. The code is as follows: 

A-128 = Single Audit of State and Federal Funds 

AS = Audit Survey 

Ch.64 7 = MGL Chapter 647 Internal Control Review 

CL = Closeout Letter 

EDP = Electronic Data Processing 

FG = Federal Grant 

FR = Financial Related 

FS = Financial Statement 

FU = Follow-Up 

I == Investigative 

IPA = Review of Independent Report/Workpapers 

P = Performance 

PR = Privatization 

SP = Special Project 

Interlibrary loan service is available for state 
publications. Contact the State Library at (617) 727-2590 or 
write us at 341 State House, Boston, MA 02133. You may also 
contact the nearest depository library for details. Each state 
publication is fully cataloged and entered into the OCLC 
database. Publications are listed here under the agency name as 
it appears in OCLC and in the State Library's card catalog. 

Document Ordering Information 

The State Library and the document depositories cannot 
provide readers with personal copies of state agency 
publications. Those persons who require personal copies of the 
documents listed here must contact the agencies directly. The 
full address of each agency is supplied here for this purpose. 

Some publications are available through the State Bookstore. 
An effort has been made to indicate here those items available 
only from the Bookstore. These documents have been identified in 
their checklist entries. Regulations, subscriptions to the 
Massachusetts Register . and recently enacted laws are also 
available at the Bookstore. Contact them for mailing charges and 
availability. The State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 

Those items marked House or Senate Document for the current 
year only may be obtained from the Legislative Document Room, 
Room 428, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2860. 



Publications of the State Library 

The quarterly CHECKLIST and the annual Massachusetts State 
Publications , beginning with the 1989 annual, will be printed 
and distributed on a fee basis through the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834. 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Decision: 1640 Hart House, Inc., Ipswich. 1996 3 p. 963/9 

Decision: 168 Restaurant, Inc. , dba Golden Palace Restaurant, 
Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/1 

Decision: 185 State Street, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 962/1 

Decision: 199 State Street Corporation, Boston. 1996 2 p. 
963/7 

Decision: 289 Dorchester Street, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 
962/2 

Decision: 29 Newbury Street, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/1 

Decision: 334 Main Street, Inc., dba Crow's Nest, Gloucester. 
1996 3 p. 961/2 

Decision: 44 Franklin Street, Inc., Framingham. 1996 2 p. 
963/2 

Decision: 63 Charles Street, Inc., dba Beacon Hill Wine & 
Spirits, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/3 

Decision: 663 Main Street, Inc., dba Bluestone Bistro, Waltham. 
1996 1 p. 964/1 

Decision: 970 South Incorporated dba Partner's Pub, Fitchburg. 
1996 1 p. 963/8 

Decision: 99 Boston, Inc., Billerica. 1996 1 p. 963/4 

Decision: 99 Boston, Inc., dba 99 Restaurant & Pubs, Boston 
(Charlestown) . 1996 3 p. 963/5 

Decision: 99 West Inc., dba Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, 
Weymouth. 1996 2 p. 963/6 

Decision: Aasirvod, Inc., dba Florence Beer and Wine, 
Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/3 

Decision: Aberjona Post #3719 VFW of U.S., Inc., Winchester. 
1996 3 p. 963/10 

Decision: Academia Association of Fall River, Inc., Fall 
River. 1996 3 p. 963/11 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Academy Plaza Trust, Inc., dba Academy Liquors, 
Haverhill. 1996 2 p. 963/12 

Decision: Acgal Enterprises Inc., dba Antonio's, Lenox. 

1996 1 p. 963/13 

Decision: Acoreana Band Club, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/3 

Decision: Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Corp., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/14 

Decision: ADKS Inc., dba Cheers Liquors, Agawam. 1996 1 p. 
963/15 

Decision: Aftad Mahmood, dba Plaza Farms, Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/2 

Decision: Agawam Take Five Restaurant, Inc., dba Destins Take 

Five, Agawam. 1996 1 p. 963/16 

Decision: Ahmad Alkam, Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 964/3 

Decision: Aida Cafe, Inc., dba The Tradesman, Milford. 1996 
1 p. 964/4 

Decision: A.K.N, dba Grecian Corner, Northampton. 1996 4 p. 
961/4 

Decision: Alanray, Inc., dba Paul's Lounge, West Springfield. 

1996 1 p. 963/17 

Decision: Alboth, Inc., dba Merchant's Liquor Mart, Danvers . 

1996 3 p. 962/4 

Decision: Aldenville Liquor Store, Inc., Chicopee. 1996 1 p. 
964/5 

Decision: Alex Vlahos dba Highland Pizza, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/5 

Decision: Alexander's Restaurant, Inc., Northampton. 1996 
3 p. 961/5 

Decision: Alfredo P. Alves , Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/6 

Decision: Alley Entertainment, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/18 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Cominission, continued 

Decision: Alpin Rolling's Inc. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/19 

Decision: Americo F. Nogueira, dba Friendly Liquors, New 
Bedford. 1996 1 p. 964/6 

Decision: Amherst Chinese Food, Inc., Amherst. 1996 1 p. 
963/20 

Decision: An Ngoc Do, Inc., dba Johnny's Market, Lynn. 1996 
3 p. 964/7 

Decision: Anatoli Restaurant, Inc. , dba The Athenian 
Restaurant, Framingham. 1996 3 p. 961/6 

Decision: Andover Liquors Inc., dba The Vineyard, North 
Andover. 1996 2 p. 962/7 

Decision: Andrea's Pizza Ristorante, Inc., Worcester. 1996 
3 p. 964/8 

Decision: Ann's Cafeteria, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 
963/21 

Decision: Antonia T. Mederios dba Waterview Family Restaurant, 
Swansea. 1996 1 p. 963/22 

Decision: A. P. Marcorelle, Co., Inc., Ipswich. 1996 3 p. 
963/23 

Decision: Arcadia Club of Worcester, Inc., Worcester. 1996 2 p. 
963/24 

Decision: Aries International, Inc., Worcester. 1996 3 p. 
963/25 

Decision: Asa Bearse Management Co., Inc., dba Tucci Benucci , 
Barnstable. 1995 3 p. 961/7 

Decision: Asston, Inc., dba El Acuna , Amherst. 1996 3 p. 
961/8 

Decision: Assured Corporation dba Candlelight Motor Lodge, 
Barnstable. 1995 2 p. 961/9 

Decision: Athens Pizza & Restaurant, Inc., Leominster. 1996 
1 p. 963/26 

Decision: Atlas Liquors, Inc., Roslindale. 1996 1 p. 964/9 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: B & N Corp., dba Cove Restaurant, Billerica. 
1996 3 p. 964/10 

Decision: Babax, Inc., dba Azita Ristorante, Boston. 1996 
3 p. 963/27 

Decision: Backside Corporation, Revere. 1996 1 p. 962/8 

Decision: Baja Cantina Corp., Boston, 1996 3 p. 963/28 

Decision: Ballarin, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 963/29 

Decision: Bamboo Hut, Inc., Northampton. 1996 4 p. 961/10 

Decision: Banga Inc., dba Sitar, Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/11 

Decision: Barbara A. Flynn, Middleborough. 1996 2 p. 962/9 

Decision: Bargain Spot Warehouse Liquor, Inc., dba Downtown 
Wine & Spirits, Somerville. 1996 1 p. 963/30 

Decision: Barret's on Boston Harbor, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. . 
963/31 

Decision: Bart Sullivan Tavern, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/32 

Decision: Baseball Tavern, Inc., dba Baseball Tavern, 
Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/33 

Decision: Bay Liquors , Inc. , Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/10 

Decision: Bay State Food Shops, Inc., Brookline. 1996 1 p. 
964/11 

Decision: Beacon Street Cafe, Inc., dba O'Sullivan's , 
Somerville. 1996 1 p. 964/12 

Decision: Beato Angelo D'Acri, Calabria Club, Inc., dba 
Calabria Club, Worcester. 1996 1 p. 963/34 

Decision: Beck's Package Store, Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/13 

Decision: Bellevue, Inc., dba Piccadilly Filly, Salem. 1996 
2 p. 962/11 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Belmont Club, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/12 

Decision: Benton Park, Inc., dba Benton Park Package Store, 
Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/12 

Decision: Berkshire Common Corp., dba Berkshire Hilton Inn, 
Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 961/13 

Decision: Berkshire Hills Country Club, Inc., Pittsfield. 
1996 3 p. 961/14 

Decision: Bertucci's Restaurant Corp., West Roxbury. 1996 
1 p. 964/14 

Decision: Beshir, Inc., dba Hugo's, Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
961/15 

Decision: Beverly Franco-American Club, Inc., Beverly. 1996 
3 p. 963/35 

Decision: Big Guy Liquors, Inc., Amherst. 1996 1 p. 963/3e 

Decision: Bill's Inc., dba Duffy's Tavern, Lawrence. 1996 
3 p. 963/37 

Decision: Bini Vini Corporation, dba Bini Vini Brick Oven 
Pizza and Capuccino Bar, Brookline. 1996 1 p. 964/15 

Decision: Bluebonnet Enterprises, Inc., Northampton. 1996 
3 p. 964/16 

Decision: B.N.G., Inc., dba Armadillo Cafe, Boston. 1996 
3 p. 963/38 

Decision: Boston Ballroom Corp., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/39 

Decision: Boston Garden Plaza, Inc., dba Bangkok House II, 
Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/40 

Decision: Bowl New England, Inc., dba Northampton Bowl, 
Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/16 

Decision: Box Car Willy's, Inc., Barnstable (Hyannis). 1995 
3 p. 961//17 

Decision: Bradford Tavern, Inc. , Bradford. 1996 1 p. 
964/17 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Coitunission, continued 

Decision: Branco & Travares, Inc., dba Sunny Hill Mini Mart, 
Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/13 

Decision: Brandt C. Gould dba The Cambridge Street, Nantucket. 
1996 3 p. 963/41 

Decision: Brandy Barrel Pub & Grill, Inc., Lynn. 1996 3 p. 
964/18 

Decision: Brayton Avenue Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1996 1 p. 
964/19 

Decision: Brencara, Inc., dba Golden Horse Cafe, Holyoke. 
1996 1 p. 963/42 

Decision: Brian Hugh Turbity dba Stage Two Cinema Pub, 
Amesbury. 1996 2 p. 963/43 

Decision: Bridge Cafe of Willimansett , Inc., dba Bridge 
Cafe, Chicopee. 1996 1 p. 964/20 

Decision: Broadway Cafe of Leominster, Inc., dba The Tankard, 
Leominster. 1996 3 p. 964/21 

Decision: Brockton Phalanx, Inc., dba Pisces Lounge, Brockton, 
1996 1 p. 964/22 

Decision: Brook Egg Farm, Inc., dba LoContes, Boston. 1996 
3 p. 963/44 

Decision: B.S.A., Inc., dba Cafe Spagnuolo, Quincy. 1996 
3 p. 961/18 

Decision: Bud and Jim, Inc., dba Shamrock Liquors, Brockton. 
1996 1 p. 964/23 

Decision: Buddy Boy, Inc., dba Improper Bostonian & the 
Groggery, Dennis. 1996 2 p. 962/14 

Decision: Bugaboo Creek of Watertown, Inc., Watertown. 1996 
1 p. 963/45 

Decision: C & T Pizza, Inc., Chicopee. 1996 1 p. 964/24 

Decision: Cabot Liquors, Inc., dba Cabot Liquors, Chicopee. 
1995 2 p. 961/19 

Decision: Cafe Central, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/15 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Cafe Manhattan, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/20 

Decision: Cafe Paradise, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/46 

Decision: Calamari Fisheries, Inc., dba The Daily Catch, 
Brookline. 1996 1 p. 964/25 

Decision: Candelino's Continental Cafe, Inc., dba Continental 
Cafe, Somerville. 1996 1 p. 963/47 

Decision: Candy's Pub, Inc., dba Sol Mar Restaurant, 
Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/21 

Decision: Capone's Inc., dba Capone's, Peabody. 1996 3 p. 
961/22 

Decision: Cappy's Copper Kettle, Inc., Lowell, 1996 1 p, 
963/48 

Decision: Capucino's of Saugus , dba Polcari's, Saugus . 1996 
1 p. 964/26 

Decision: Carlo Barone dba Carlo's Pizza, Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/49 

Decision: Caroline A. Dunivan dba Cefalo's Restaurant, Mashpee, 
1996 2 p. 963/50 

Decision: Carrollton Building Association, Inc., dba The 
Carrollton Club #498, Ipswich. 1996 3 p. 963/51 

Decision: Carvern Corp., Lynn. 1996 3 p. 964/27 

Decision: Casa Barbie of Boston, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/52 

Decision: Casa De Amigo's Mexican Restaurant Inc., dba Casa 
De Ammigo's, Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/23 

Decision: Casey Corp., dba Chris Twins Cafe, Leominster. 
1996 1 p. 963/53 

Decision: Casino by the Sea, Inc., dba The Wharf Restaurant, 
Falmouth. 1996 1 p. 962/16 

Decision: Cathay Hanover, Inc., dba Cathay Hanover, Hanover. 
1996 2 p. 962/17 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Cathay Pearl Inc., dba Cathay Pearl Restaurant, 
Swansea. 1996 1 p. 963/54 

Decision: CCK, Inc., dba Panda Garden, Northampton. 1996 
3 p. 961/24 

Decision: CCK, Inc., Northampton. 1996 3 p. 964/28 

Decision: Cedar Glen Golf Course, Saugus. 1996 2 p. 964/29 

Decision: Central Trading Co., Inc., Leominster. 1996 1 p. 
963/55 

Decision: Charlestown Liquors, Inc., dba Gimbel's Wine & 
Spirits, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/56 

Decision: Chef Chow's House, Inc., dba Chef Chow's House, 
Brookline. 1996 1 p. 964/30 

Decision: Chessman Lounge, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/25 

Decision: Chicken Box Restaurant, Inc., dba Chicken Box, 
Nantucket. 1996 3 p. 963/57 

Decision: Chicopee Center Legion Home, Inc., Chicopee. 1996 
1 p. 964/31 

Decision: China Dynasty Inc., Amherst. 1996 1 p. 963/58 

Decision: China Lantern Restaurant, New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/32 

Decision: Cho LaFang dba Tokyo & Taipei, Northampton. 1996 4 p. 
961/26 

Decision: Cho Lu Fang dba Tokyo & Taipei, Northampton. 1996 
3 p. 964/33 

Decision: Chopin Palace, Inc., dba Race Street Pub, 
Holyoke. 1996 4 p. 962/18 

Decision: Christerminator , Inc., dba X-cellent Wines & 
Liquors, West Springfield. 1996 1 p. 963/59 

Decision: Christo's Restaurant, Inc., Agawam. 1996 3 p. 
964/34 

Decision: Chumlee's Restaurant, Inc., Shrewsbury. 1996 3 p. 
964/35 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, 

Decision: Classe, Inc., dba Classe Cafe, Amherst. 1996 
1 p. 963/60 

Decision: Cliff Mark, Inc., dba Towne Liquors, Swansea. 
1996 1 p. 963/61 

Decision: Clipper Restaurant Inc., New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/36 

Decision: Clotilde Spagnuolo landoli, Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/62 

Decision: Club Dining Concepts, Inc., Boston (Charlestown) . 
1996 3 p. 963/63 

Decision: Clube Cabo Verde, Inc., Taunton. 1996 4 p. 
963/64 

Decision: CMP Corp., dba Cloverdale Farms, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/19 

Decision: Colony Liquors, Inc., Leominster. 1996 1 p. 
963/65 

Decision: Comeau's Cafe, Inc., Haverhill. 1996 3 p. 
964/37 

Decision: Comeau's Package Store, Inc., Bradford. 1996 1 p. 
964/38 

Decision: Consen, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/66 

Decision: Contan Discount Liquors, Inc., Somerville. 1996 
1 p. 963/67 

Decision: Conti's Lquors , Inc., dba Conti's, Framingham. 1996 
3 p. 961/27 

Decision: Coot's Corner, Inc., dba Watering Hole, Northampton. 
1996 3 p. 961/28 

Decision: Copley Plaza Hotel Limited Partnership, Boston. 
1996 3 p. 963/68 

Decision: Copper's Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/20 

Decision: Costco Liquors dba Costco Liquors, Danvers . 1996 
3 p. 962/21 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Costello's Tavern, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/69 

Decision: C.R. Goody's, Inc., Fitchburg. 1996 1 p. 
963/70 

Decision: C.R.I. Inc., dba Rick's Hilltop Lounge, Grafton. 

1996 2 p. 963/71 

Decision: Crivello's Crossing Inc., Milford. 1996 1 p. 
964/39 

Decision: Cuisine de Asia, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 
962/22 

Decision: Cumberland Farms, Inc., Rehoboth. 1995 2 p. 
961/29 

Decision: Cuppels, Inc., dba Middlebrook Country Club, 
Rehoboth. 1996 1 p. 964/40 

Decision: Curve Inn Inc., dba Bill's Ringside, Winchendon. 

1996 3 p. 963/72 

Decision: CVC , Inc. dba C. Scotts, Walpole. 1996 1 p. 
963/73 

Decision: D & D of Pittsfield dba The Heritage, Pittsfield. 

1996 3 p. 961/30 

Decision: D & G Restaurant, Inc., dba Patsy's Restaurant, 
West Springfield. 1996 1 p. 963/74 

Decision: D & N Corp. , Foxborough. 1996 2 p. 963/75 

Decision: Dan Chan Restaurant, Inc., Fitchburg. 1996 3 p. 
964/41 

Decision: Daniel J. Bartoni dba "Lil" Anthony's Package 

Store, Lenox. 1996 1 p. 963/76 

Decision: Daniel R. Dillon dba Buchanan Cafe, Lynn. 1996 
2 p. 963/77 

Decision: Dante Club, Inc., West Springfield. 1996 1 p. 
963/78 

Decision: Daughters, Inc., dba Village Steak House, Weymouth. 

1996 1 p. 964/42 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: David J. McHugh, Scituate. 1996 2 p. 963/79 

Decision: Davol Street Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/23 

Decision: Deady Bros., Inc., dba Kwic Shop Market & Deli, Salem. 
1996 3 p. 961/31 

Decision: Debbie Wong Restaurant #5. Inc., Pittsfield. 1996 
3 p. 961/32 

Decision: Deborah Lucchesi , dba Vic's Place, Lawrence. 1996 
3 p. 964/43 

Decision: Dedanann, Inc., Boston. 1995 3 p. 961/33 

Decision: Deftos Liquor Store, Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/44 

Decision: Delancy Clinton Associates, L.P. dba Holiday Inn, 
Springfield. 1995 1 p. 961/34 

Decision: Del's Liquors, Inc., dba Delmonte's Wine & Spirits, 
Chicopee. 1996 1 p. 964/45 

Decision: DeLuca'a Market, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/80 

Decision: Delvin, Inc., dba A-1 Pizza, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/24 

Decision: Dick's Last Resort of Boston, Inc., Boston. 1996 
3 p. 963/81 

Decision: Dillon's Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1995 
3 p. 961/35 

Decision: Dillon's Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1996 
1 p. 963/82 

Decision: Doright Steakhouse, Inc., dba Willy's Steakhouse Bar 
& Grill, Shrewsbury. 1996 3 p. 964/46 

Decision: Dr. Deegan's Inc., dba Dr. Deegan's, Chicopee. 1996 
1 p. 964/47 

Decision: DRB Inc., dba Tom's Package Store, Leominster. 1996 
1 p. 964/48 

Decision: Driscoll & Kocot , Inc., dba City Cafe, Northampton. 
1996 3 p. 961/36 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: DuBarry French Restaurant, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/83 

Decision: Duisitthani of Boston, Inc., dba Bangkok Seafood, 
Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/84 

Decision: Durgin Park, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/85 

Decision: Dynamic Ventures, Inc., dba George's on Washington 
Street, Newton. 1996 2 p. 963/86 

Decision: East Springfield American Legion Post #420, Inc., 

Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/37 

Decision: Economy Liguors, Inc. , Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/25 

Decision: Ed Smith's Heights Tap, Inc., dba Deeney O'Malley's 

Pub, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/87 

Decision: Edward J. Marrone , Inc., dba Marrone's Restaurant, 
Leominster. 1996 3 p. 964/49 

Decision: Eighty Four Maple, Inc., Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
961/38 

Decision: El Cafetal, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/88 

Decision: Elena's Kitchen, Inc., dba Casa Elena, Watertown. 
1996 3 p. 964/50 

Decision: Eleuterio T. Faria, Fall River. 1996 2 p. 963/89 

Decision: Elie Karam, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/26 

Decision: Ellen S. Hall, dba Sandy's, Northampton. 1996 4 p. 
961/39 

Decision: Elxsi Inc., dba Bickford's Family Restaurant, 
Falmouth. 1996 1 p. 964/51 

Decision: Emerald Tavern Inc., of Lawrence, Lawrence. 1996 1 p. 
963/90 

Decision: EML, Inc., LeBeau's Tavern, New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/52 

Decision: Emma Ashley, Inc., dba The Waterfront, Yarmouth. 
1996 2 p. 963/91 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Cornmission, continued 

Decision: Enchantment Enterprises Incorporated dba Cafe Santa 
Fe, West Boylston. 1996 1 p. 962/27 

Decision: ENK, Inc., dba Li'l Peach, Soinerville. 1996 1 p. 
963/92 

Decision: Erie Pub of Roslindale, Inc., Roslindale. 1996 1 p. 
964/53 

Decision: Espo Liquor Co., Inc., Lawrence. 1996 2 p. 
964/54 

Decision: Espresso, Inc., dba Espresso, Gloucester. 1995 2 p. 
961/40 

Decision: Esquire Cafe of Fall River, Inc., Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/28 

Decision: Essen Foods, Inc., Franklin. 1996 3 p. 964/55 

Decision: Esther C. O'Brien, Braintree. 1996 2 p. 964/56 

Decision: Estoril Restaurant, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/29 

Decision: Euroam, Inc., dba Ha Long, Cambridge. 1996 2 p. 
962/30 

Decision: Express Groceries & Liquors, Inc., Saugus . 1996 1 p. 
964/57 

Decision: F & S Restaurant Corp. , dba The English Pub, Amherst. 
1996 3 p. 964/58 

Decision: F & S Sports, Inc., dba Rafters, Amherst. 1996 1 p. 
963/93 

Decision: Fall River Country Club, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/31 

Decision: Fall River Cove, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/32 

Decision: Fall River Sports Club, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/33 

Decision: Falmouth Post 70, Inc., Amvets, Falmouth. 1996 1 p. 
964/59 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: F.I.B. Industries, Inc., dba The Hidden Shamrock, 

Fitchburg. 1996 2 p. 963/94 

Decision: F.I.B. Industries, Inc., Fitchburg. 1996 1 p. 
963/95 

Decision: Fifth Avenue Liquors, Inc., dba Fifth Ave. Liquors, 

Fraitiingham. 1996 3 p. 961/414 

Decision: First Base Cafe, Inc., dba First Base Cafe, New 

Bedford. 1996 4 p. 963/96 

Decision: First Newburyport Corporation dba Thirsty Whale, 

Newburyport. 1996 3 p. 96 2/34 

Decision: First Wok, Inc., dba Hunan Gourmet Chinese Restaurant, 

Northampton. 1996 1 p. 963/97 

Decision: Five O'clock Restaurant, Inc., Salisbury. 1996 1 p. 
964/60 

Decision: Flynn Brewing Co., Inc., Middleboro. 1996 2 p. 
963/98 

Decision: Fotis, Inc., dba Dean Park Pizza & Restaurant, 

Shrewsbury. 1996 1 p. 963/99 

Decision: Four Good Reasons, Inc., dba Champion's Pub, Peabody. 

1996 3 p. 964/61 

Decision: F.P. Restaurant, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/100 

Decision: Francesco Bruno, dba Bruno's Restaurant, Agawam. 

1996 3 p. 964/62 

Decision: Francis G. Bangrazi dba Club Forte, Leominster. 1996 

1 p. 963/101 

Decision: Franco, Inc., dba Pellino's Trattoria, Peabody. 1996 

2 p. 963/102 

Decision: Franco Restaurant, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 
964/63 

Decision: Frank Pezzano, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/103 

Decision: Frank's Cafe Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/35 

Decision: Frank's of Springfield, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/42 



14 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Fran's Lunch, dba Bill's, Gloucester. 1996 3 p. 
962/36 

Decision: Fraternal Order of Eagles #570, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 963/104 

Decision: Frederick S. Healy Post #159, Westford. 1996 2 p. 
963/105 

Decision: Friday Afternoon, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 964/64 

Decision: Friendly Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/43 

Decision: GSR Associates, Inc., Haverhill. 1996 1 p. 
964/65 

Decision: GAA Management, Inc., dba Crimson Sports Grille, 
Cambridge. 1996 2 p. 964/66 

Decision: Galway House, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/106 

Decision: Galwegan, Inc., dba The Burren, Somerville. 1996 1 p. 
963/107 

Decision: George A. Asian dba The Spare Room, Pittsfield. 1996 
3 p. 961/44 

Decision: George Alimonos dba Andy's Super Pizza, Amherst. 1996 
1 p. 963/108 

Decision: George Associates, Inc., Boston. 1996 1 p. 961/45 

Decision: George Kousoulas, dba Olympia Restaurant Maplewood 
Farm, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/37 

Decision: George's Liquor Store of Pittsfield, Inc., Pittsfield. 
1996 3 p. 961/46 

Decision: Giannaros , Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/67 

Decision: Gino's Package Store, Inc., dba Shopping Center Ltd., 
Agawam. 1996 1 p. 963/109 

Decision: GJM Associates, Inc., dba BJ Jasper's Restaurant & 
Lounge, Lowell. 1996 2 p. 963/110 

Decision: Gloucester Central Package Store, Inc., dba The 
Liquor Locker, Gloucester. 1996 1 p. 961/47 



15 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Gloucester Seafood Center, Inc., dba Lograsso's 
Chowder House, Billerica. 1996 1 p. 963/111 

Decision: Gold Wah, Inc., dba North China Restaurant, Chicopee. 
1996 1 p. 964/68 

Decision: Golden Gate Cafe Inc., dba Costello Pub, Chicopee. 
1996 1 p. 964/69 

Decision: Golden Temple, Inc., Brookline. 1996 1 p. 
964/70 

Decision: Gordon's Waltham Liquor Store, Inc., Waltham. 1996 

1 p. 964/71 

Decision: Gowfer Corporation, Inc., dba Nick's Cafe, Uxbridge. 
1996 1 p. 964/72 

Decision: Grant & Grant Limited, dba Center Package Store, 
Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/73 

Decision: Great Growth, Inc. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/112 

Decision: Gregdeb, L.L.C., dba Harold's Place, Haverhill. 1996 

2 p. 963/113 

Decision: Gregdeb, L.L.C., dba Harold's Place, Haverhill. 1996 
1 p. 964/74 

Decision: Griffins Package Store, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 
964/75 

Decision: Gum Lei Loi , Inc., dba China Chef, Lawrence. 1996 
1 p. 963/114 

Decision: Guy's Liquor Store, Inc. , Saugus. 1996 1 p. 
964/76 

Decision: H-A Lie. Corporation, dba Quality Inn, Lenox. 1996 

3 p. 964/77 

Decision: HalfTide Tavern, Inc., dba The Parrot Bar & Grill, 
Bourne. 1996 2 p. 962/38 

Decision: Hall of Fame Pub, Inc., Lynn. 1996 3 p. 961/48 

Decision: Hamel Package Store, Inc., Lawrence. 1996 1 p. 
963/115 

Decision: Hamersley's, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 962/39 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Har Krishan, Inc., dba H.K. , Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
961/49 

Decision: Harbor Terrace Package Store Inc., Fall River. 1996 
1 p. 964/78 

Decision: Harold F. LeClair Co., Inc., dba Gus & Paul's, Lowell. 
1996 3 p. 963/116 

Decision: Harvard Club of Boston, Boston. 1996 3 p. 962/40 

Decision: Hashim's Package Store, Inc. , Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/50 

Decision: Hayes Tavern, Inc., Lawrence. 1996 1 p. 963/117 

Decision: Healy's Restaurant, Inc. , dba Moynihan's Restaurant, 
Worcester. 1996 3 p. 963/118 

Decision: Heavenly Restaurant, Inc., dba Heaven, Marshf ield. 
1995 3 p. 961/51 

Decision: Helena, Inc., dba Diamonds, Lynn. 1996 3 p. 
961/52 

Decision: Helena Inc., dba Diamonds, Lynn. 1996 2 p. 
963/119 

Decision: Helena, Inc., Lynn. 1996 3 p. 964/79 

Decision: Henry J's The Third, Inc. , Lawrence. 1996 1 p. 
963/120 

Decision: Highway Liquor Mart, Inc., dba Tanza Southway Liquors, 
Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/41 

Decision: Hi-Roof Cafe, Inc., dba Beira-Alta, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/42 

Decision: Hiteske, Ltd., dba Mike's, Beverly. 1996 3 p. 
963/121 

Decision: Hogan Enterprises, Inc., dba Shanley's Liquor Store, 
Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/80 

Decision: Hogan Properties, Inc., dba Hayden's West Side, 
Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/81 

Decision: Holyoke Knights of Columbus Building Association #90, 
Holyoke. 1996 2 p. 963/122 



17 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Holyoke Pizza & Pasta, Inc., dba Stefanelli's Pizza 
Pub, Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 964/82 

Decision: Holyoke Turn Verein, Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 964/83 

Decision: Horsehead, Inc., dba Kricket's, New Bedford. 1996 
1 p. 964/84 



Decision 
1996 3 p. 



Decision: 
1996 3 p. 



Decision: 
>63/123 



Decision: 
1996 2 p. 



Decision: 
963/125 



Horseneck, Inc., dba Main Street Pub, Fall River. 
962/43 

Ho-Tai Banquet, Inc., dba Lotus Flower, Framingham. 
961/53 



Hotel Lenox of Boston, Inc, 



Boston. 



1996 



Howard Plaud dba Rugby's Food & Drink, Acushnet, 
963/124 

Hoy Tin Restaurant, Inc., Swansea. 1996 1 p. 



Decision: Hsing An, Inc., dba South Amherst Liquor Mart, 
Amherst. 1996 1 p. 963/126 

Decision: Hyatt Corporation dba Hyatt Regency Cambridge, 
Cambridge. 1996 3 p. 963/127 



Decision: 
962/44 



Decision: 
Northampton , 



Decision: 



Decision: 
;3/129 



I & S Restaurant, Ltd. , Fall River. 1996 3 p. 

Ichiban Japanese Restaurant, Inc., dba Inchibans, 
1996 3 p. 961/54 

Ideal Liquors, Inc., Dudley. 1996 3 p. 963/12! 

II Camino Restaurant, Inc., Leominster. 1996 1 p. 



Decision: Imperial Bowl, Inc., Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 



961/55 



Decision: India Restaurant, Inc., dba India Restaurant, Somervill 
1996 1 p. 963/130 



Decision: Indian Summer, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 



963/131 



Decision: Interstate Hotels Corporation dba White Elephant 
Breakers Hotel; dba Harbor House, Nantucket. 1996 2 p. 963/133 



18 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Interstate Hotels Corporation dba White Elephant 
Breakers Hotel; dba Harbor House, Nantucket. 1996 2 p. 963/132 

Decision: Ipswich House of Pizza, Inc., Ipswich. 1996 3 p. 
963/134 

Decision: Irie, Inc., dba the Dubliner, Lowell. 1996 1 p. 
963/135 

Decision: Irish Eyes, Inc., Soraerville. 1996 3 p. 964/85 

Decision: Iron Horse Ventures, Inc., Ruby Thursday, Inc., 
dba Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/56 

Decision: Island Brothers Caterers, dba Bull Pen, North Reading. 
1996 3 p. 963/136 

Decision: Italian American Realty Trust, Leominster. 1996 1 p. 
963/137 

Decision: Italian Community Club, Inc., Beverly. 1996 3 p. 
963/138 

Decision: Italian Progressive Club of Fall River, Fall River. 
1996 3 p. 962/45 

Decision: Italian-American Citizens Club of Wakefield, Inc., 
Wakefield. 1996 1 p. 964/86 

Decision: J & J Foodservice, Inc., dba Passero's, Springfield. 

1995 3 p. 961/57 

Decision: J & NF, Inc., dba Mount Vernon Liquor Store, Lawrence. 

1996 1 p. 963/139 

Decision: J & P Liquors, Inc., dba Berkshire Spirits. 1996 
3 p. 961/58 

Decision: J and K Corporation, Somerville. 1996 3 p. 964/87 

Decision: J. F. S., Inc., dba Uncle Tony's Pizza & Pasta, 
Walpole. 1996 1 p. 963/140 

Decision: Jam Jon, Inc., dba Naismith's, Springfield. 1995 
3 p. 961/59 

Decision: James A. Magnasco, Jr., E. Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/141 



19 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: James B. Kraskouskas , dba Falmouth Wine & Spirits, 
Falmouth. 1996 1 p. 964/88 

Decision: James B. Pepe, dba Market Square Billiards, Chicopee. 
1996 1 p. 964/89 

Decision: J.D. Enterprises of Ludlow, Inc., dba Jane Alden Dairy 
Store, Springfield (Indian Orchard). 1995 3 p. 961/60 

Decision: Jean Marilyn O'Connor dba The Boston Beer and Wine 
Company, Woburn. 1996 2 p. 963/142 

Decision: Jen Jes Corporation, Milford. 1996 1 p. 964/90 

Decision: J.F.G. Entertainment, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/61 

Decision: Jim's Kabob, Inc. , Lawrence. 1996 3 p. 964/91 

Decision: Jin Won Jun dba Yokahoma Japanese Steakhouse, Lawrence. 
1996 1 p. 963/143 

Decision: J.J. Sports Pub, Inc., Lawrence. 1996 3 p. 
963/144 

Decision: J. M.A.J. Inc., dba Cardoso's Restaurant, Weymouth. 
1996 3 p. 964/92 

Decision: J.N.D. Liquors, Inc., dba Richdale Superette, Lynn. 
1996 3 p. 964/93 

Decision: Jo and Ni , Inc., dba R & M Liquors, Lowell. 1996 
1 p. 963/145 

Decision: Joanne-Lee Liquors, Inc., Haverhill. 1996 1 p. 
964/94 

Decision: Joe K's Liquor's, Inc., Worcester. 1996 1 p. 
963/146 

Decision: Jo-Ed Corp., Inc., Waltham. 1996 1 p. 964/95 

Decision: John Mark, dba Mee Hong Restaurant, New Bedford. 
1996 1 p. 964/96 

Decision: John Mercer and Thomas Sweeney, Framingham. 1996 3 p. 
961/62 

Decision: John P. Welsh, dba The Dry Dock Restaurant, Swansea. 
1996 1 p. 963/147 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: John Stolar and Thomas Skowyra dba Country Variety 
& Spirits/S&S Realty, Palmer. 1996 2 p. 963/148 

Decision: Johnny Boy's Inc. , Hyde Park. 1996 1 p. 964/97 

Decision: Johnny Mac's Inc., Norwood. 1995 2 p. 961/63 

Decision: Jose Andrade dba Country Garden Liquors, Brockton, 
1996 1 p. 964/98 

Decision: Joseph C. Antonaccio dba Southeast Asian Restaurant, 
Lowell. 1996 1 p. 963/149 

Decision: Joseph D. Arsenault dba Candlelite Cafe of Templeton, 
Templeton. 1996 2 p. 964/99 

Decision: Joseph G. Ferreira, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/46 

Decision: Joseph Medeiros, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/47 

Decision: Joseph V. Arno dba Easy Street, Nantucket. 1996 3 p. 
963/150 

Decision: J.P.F., Inc., dba Cafe Zydeco, Boston. 1996 3 p. 
964/100 

Decision: Julio E. Gonzales, Inc., dba Club Salinas Cafe, 
Fitchburg. 1996 1 p. 963/151 

Decision: Julio's Market, Inc. , Shrewsbury. 1996 1 p. 
963/152 

Decision: Junction Ninety Five, Inc., dba Portside, Salisbury. 
1996 1 p. 963/153 

Decision: J.V.'s Bar, Inc., Fitchburg. 1996 3 p. 964/101 

Decision: K. Casa Inc., dba Carriage Wheel Pub, Amesbury. 1996 
3 p. 961/64 

Decision: Karso, Inc., dba Hogan's II, Lynn. 1996 3 p. 
963/154 

Decision: Karube, Inc., dba Harold's Package Store, Pittsfield. 
1996 3 p. 961/65 

Decision: Ken Chin's, Inc., Worcester. 1996 1 p. 963/155 

Decision: Kevin P. Williams, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/156 



21 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Coininission, continued 

Decision: Kim Van Huynh dba Dragon Restaurant, Pittsfield. 
1996 3 p. 961/66 

Decision: King Philip Cafe, Inc., dba Meesum, Fall River. 
1996 3 p. 962/48 

Decision: Kitsa Corp., W. Boylston. 1995 2 p. 961/67 

Decision: Konstantinos and Dimitra Sierros dba Family Restaurant, 

Northampton. 1996 1 p. 963/157 

Decision: Kostas Kargatzis, Somerville. 1996 1 p. 963/158 

Decision: LaBalena, Inc., dba Tuscan Grill, Waltham. 1996 1 p. 
964/102 

Decision: Lafayette Cafe of Holyoke, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 1 p. 
963/159 

Decision: Lauren Liquors, Inc., dba Audet's of Lynn, Lynn. 
1996 3 p. 964/103 

Decision: Leap In Leap Out (Lilo) Inc., dba Eastside Grill, 

Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/68 

Decision: Liberal Club, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/49 

Decision: LIH Garden Restaurant, Inc., Shrewsbury. 1996 3 p. 
964/104 

Decision: Lincoln Pharmacy of Milford, Inc., Milford. 1996 1 p. 
964/105 

Decision: Linden Package & Variety, Inc., Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/69 

Decision: Lindo's Restaurant, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/50 

Decision: Lin's, Inc., dba Panda Palace, Weymouth. 1996 1 p. 
964/106 

Decision: Lion's Den Sports Bar and Grill, Inc., Salisbury. 
1996 2 p. 963/160 

Decision: Lithuanian War Vets Organization, Inc., Shrewsbury. 
1996 1 p. 963/161 



22 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Little India Restaurant, Inc. , Waltham. 1996 1 p, 
964/107 

Decision: LMR Inc., dba Breaker's Billiards & Brews, West 

Springfield. 1996 3 p. 964/108 

Decision: Lowell Lodge #87 B.P.O.E. Elks of U.S.A., Lowell. 
1996 2 p. 963/162 

Decision: Lowell Post #87 of the Dept. of MA. American Legion, 
Lowell. 1996 1 p. 963/163 

Decision: Luigis V. Inc., dba Gigis Pub, Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/109 

Decision: Lynn B and F, Inc. dba Club Kahlua, Lynn. 1996 3 p. 
963/164 

Decision: Lynn Liquor Mart, Inc., Lynn. 1996 3 p. 964/110 

Decision: M & N Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/51 

Decision: Maalbern's Inc., West Roxbury. 1996 1 p. 964/111 

Decision: MacMar Corp., Hyde Park. 1996 1 p. 964/112 

Decision: Maganbhai Patel, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/52 

Decision: Magic Pan International, Inc., dba Milano's, Boston. 
1996 3 p. 963/165 

Decision: Magnolia Beverages, Inc., Manchester. 1996 3 p. 
963/166 

Decision: MAJP Inc., dba Angelo's by the Sea, Salisbury. 1996 
3 p. 962/53 

Decision: Makari's Foods, Inc., Framingham. 1996 3 p. 
961/70 

Decision: Malta Corp. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/167 

Decision: Malta Corp., Boston. 1996 1 p. 964/113 

Decision: Mamma Cantina, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 963/168 

Decision: Manuel A.F. Rua, dba Casa Marialva, Milford. 1996 1 p, 
964/114 



23 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Manuel C. Pacheco dba Central Liquor Mart, Lowell. 
1996 2 p. 963/169 

Decision: Maria D. Yorgakopoulou & Nikolaos G. Sinodinos 
dba Mykonos Greek Restaurantiel Greco Pizza, Amherst. 1996 1 p. 
963/171 

Decision: Marketplace Saloon, Inc., dba Ames Plow Tavern, 
Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/172 

Decision: Marriot Corp., dba Champion's, Springfield. 1995 
3 p. 961/71 

Decision: Martignetti Grocery Company et al. v. Heublein, Inc. 
and Benziger Family Ranch Associates. 1996 4 p. 961/72 

Decision: Marti 's Inc., dba Franny Duggan's, Swansea. 1996 
1 p. 963/173 

Decision: Mary Furtado, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/54 

Decision: Masu, Inc. , dba Zuzuz Cafe, Brookline. 1996 1 p. 
964/115 

Decision: MAT, Inc., dba Jenrose Wines & Liquors, Chicopee. 
1996 1 p. 964/116 

Decision: Maui, Inc., dba Maui, Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/117 

Decision: Mazzeo Importing Co., Inc., Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/73 

Decision: Mazzeo's Restorante, Inc., Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/74 

Decision: McMinos, Inc., Haverhill. 1996 1 p. 964/118 

Decision: McWal , Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/55 

Decision: Mead Management Corporation dba The Frosty Mug, 
Lawrence. 1996 1 p. 963/174 

Decision: Meadowlane, Inc., Shrewsbury. 1996 1 p. 
963/175 

Decision: Megpie, Inc., Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/75 

Decision: MFN Services Corp. , dba Shell Food Mart, Fall River. 
1996 3 p. 962/56 



24 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: MHHB, Inc. , Fitchburg. 1996 1 p. 963/176 

Decision: Michael Barnes dba Barnes & Nibble Seafood Restaurant, 

Brockton. 1996 2 p. 964/119 

Decision: Michael F. Curtin Post 8006 VFW Home Association, Inc., 

Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/76 

Decision: Michael P. Bulger, dba Michael's Liquor, Somerville. 

1996 3 p. 964/120 

Decision: Michael Patrick Murphy, Framingham. 1996 3 p. 
961/77 

Decision: Michael S. Custadio dba Swidey's Variety, Fall River. 

1996 3 p. 962/57 

Decision: Michael's Place, Inc., Wilmington. 1996 3 p. 
962/58 

Decision: Mickiewicz Club Inc. of New Bedford, New Bedford. 

1996 1 p. 964/121 

Decision: Miklos G. Toth dba Milk N More II, Framingham. 1996 
3 p. 961/78 

Decision: Milford Mandarin Restaurant Inc., Milford. 1996 1 p. 
964/122 

Decision: Millstone Restaurant, Inc. , Ipswich. 1996 3 p. 
963/177 

Decision: Mingo Corporation dba The Muse, Nantucket. 1996 3 p. 
963/178 

Decision: Mingo Corporation dba The Muse, Nantucket (Amended). 

1996 1 p. 963/179 

Decision: Misel's Inc., dba Meldrum's Package Store, Springfield, 

1995 3 p. 961/79 

Decision: Mitchell Rosenbaum dba Lori's Family Restaurant, 

Eastham. 1996 2 p. 963/180 

Decision: MJM. , Inc., dba Lidio's, Leominster. 1996 1 p. 
963/182 

Decision: Modern Cafe of Fall River, Inc. dba Jimmie's 

Restaurant & Lounge, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/59 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, 

Decision: Modern Dairy & Liquors, Inc., dba Modern Liquors. 

North Adams. 1996 3 p. 961/80 

Decision: Molisardi, Inc., dba Stuzzi Restaurant, Amesburv. 
1996 2 p. 963/183 

Decision: Mono Technics, Inc., Framingham. 1996 1 p. 
962/60 

Decision: Mono Technics , Inc. , Framingham. 1996 3 p. 
961/81 

Decision: Monte Carlo Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 o 
962/61 

Decision: Montgomery, Inc., dba Great Scott, Boston, 1996 3 d 
963/184 ^' 

Decision: Monty Schwartz, Spring Street Drug Store, Springfield. 
1995 3 p. 961/82 

Decision: Monty's Garden, Inc., Leominster. 1996 1 p 
963/185 

Decision: M.R. & M. Lounge, Inc., dba Lemon Drinks & Such, 
Chicopee. 1996 2 p. 963/186 

Decision: Nabil El Fakih, dba White Hen Pantry, Haverhill. 1996 
1 p. 964/123 

Decision: Narragansett Cafe, Inc., dba Mike's Place, Orange. 

1995 3 p. 961/83 

Decision: Nashville S.P. Club Inc., dba Louie B's, Southwick. 

1996 2 p. 963/187 

Decision: Natalie Cordeiro, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/62 

Decision: National House, Inc., Springfield (Indian Orchard). 

1995 3 p. 961/84 

Decision: N.E. Restaurant Company, Inc., dba Chili's Grill & 
Bar, Shrewsbury. 1996 1 p. 963/188 

Decision: Nech, Inc., dba New England Chowder House, Pittsfield. 

1996 3 p. 961/85 

Decision: Nelson C. Aguiar & Regina I. Aguiar dba Country Site 
Variety, Berkley. 1996 2 p. 963/189 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Nemo's Carry All Market, Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/124 

Decision: New England Clainbake Inc., dba Wimpy 's, Barnstable. 

1996 1 p. 963/190 

Decision: New England Golf Partners, Inc., dba The Georgetown 

Club, Georgetown. 1996 1 p. 963/191 

Decision: New Holyoke Hotel, Inc., dba Holiday Inn, Holyoke. 

1996 1 p. 963/192 

Decision: New Wings, Inc., dba E.J. Parkside, Salem. 1996 3 p. 
963/193 

Decision: Newbury Restaurant Corp., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/194 

Decision: Nik Corp., dba Yanni's, Somerville. 1996 1 p. 
963/195 

Decision: N.J. McKay, Inc., dba Mac's Two Lounge, Billerica. 

1996 9 p. 963/196 

Decision: No. Main Street Management Group, Inc., dba Pondersa 

Steak House, Swansea. 1996 1 p. 963/197 

Decision: North Main, Inc., dba Steak Out Bar & Grill, Leominster 

1996 3 p. 963/198 

Decision: North Main, Inc., dba Steak Out Bar & Grill, Leominster 

1996 1 p. 963/199 

Decision: North Main Street Management Group dba Eagle Restaurant 

Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/63 

Decision: North Main Street Management Group, Inc., dba 

Fitchbury Ponderosa, Fitchburg. 1996 1 p. 963/200 

Decision: Northam, Inc., dba The Rose and Crown, Nantucket. 

1996 3 p. 963/201 

Decision: Nowhere Cafe, Inc., Swansea. 1996 1 p. 963/202 

Decision: N.P.Chicos, Inc., dba Cafe Nucholas, Brookline. 1996 
1 p. 964/125 

Decision: Nury Oczelik, dba Martini's, Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
961/86 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: O Escondidiniho Inc., New Bedford. 1996 2 p. 
962/64 

Decision: Oak Lounge, Inc., Lawrence. 1996 1 p. 964/126 

Decision: Oakland House of Nantasket Inc., Hull. 1996 1 p. 
963/203 

Decision: O.C.O. Enterprises, Inc., dba Casa De Nana, 
Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/87 

Decision: Ogar-Costello, Inc. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 964/127 

Decision: Omni Boston Corp. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/204 

Decision: Orchid Thai Inc., Boston. 1996 1 p. 962/65 

Decision: Oscar Enterprises Inc., dba Hunan Palace, Watertown. 
1996 1 p. 963/205 

Decision: Osco Drug of Massachusetts, Inc., Everett. 1996 

2 p. 961/88 

Decision: Our Lady of Lights Band, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/66 

Decision: Oznemoc, Inc., dba Naked Eye Lounge, Boston. 1996 
4 p. 963/206 

Decision: PAC Enterprises, Inc., New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/128 

Decision: Packaging Center, Inc., dba The Stop & Shop 
Supermarket Company, Quincy. 1996 5 p. 964/129 

Decision: Paddock Restaurant and Bar, Inc. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/207 

Decision: Pagoda East, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/89 

Decision: Palm Cafe, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/90 

Decision: Panda West, Inc., dba Panda Inn, Pittsfield. 1996 

3 p. 961/91 

Decision: Papa Acguisition Corp., North Weymouth. 1996 1 p. 
964/130 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., dba Papa Gino's, 

Framingham. 1996 3 p. 961/92 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Fitchburg. 1996 
1 p. 963/208 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Walpole. 1996 1 p. 
963/209 

Decision: Paradise Cafe, Inc., dba Uranian Home, Fall River. 

1996 3 p. 962/67 

Decision: Park Cafe of Fall River, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p, 
962/68 

Decision: Park Liquors, Inc., New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/131 

Decision: Parkway Liquors, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 962/69 

Decision: Pastime, Inc., dba Continental Tavern, New Bedford. 

1996 1 p. 964/132 

Decision: Pat's Liquors, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 1 p. 963/210 

Decision: Paul and Elizabeth's, Inc., Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
961/93 

Decision: Paula Anne Lehtola, dba Bogart's of Bridgewater, 

Bridgewater. 1996 3 p. 963/211 

Decision: Pemberton Fruit Orchard, Inc., Boston. 1996 1 p. 
963/212 

Decision: Pembroke Restaurant Corp., dba Tsing Tao, Pembroke. 

1996 3 p. 963/213 

Decision: Penn Enterprises, Inc., dba The Penitentiary, 

Worcester. 1996 1 p. 963/214 

Decision: Peno's Inc., dba Peno's Bar & Grill, North Adams. 

1996 3 p. 963/215 

Decision: Perry Development Group, Inc., dba Dakota Restaurant, 

Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 961/94 

Decision: Pico Liquors, Inc., dba Jerry's Liquor Mart, 

Somerville. 1996 3 p. 964/133 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Pine Valley Country Club, Inc. , Rehoboth. 1996 

1 p. 964/134 

Decision: Pioneer Food and Beverage, Inc. , Dartmouth. 1996 

2 p. 963/216 

Decision: Pioneer Valley Brewing Co., Inc., dba Pioneer 
Valley Brew Pub, Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/95 

Decision: Pittman Duggan Corp., dba Division 16, Boston. 1996 

3 p. 963/217 

Decision: Pizza Hut of America, Inc., dba Pizza Hut, Leominster. 
1996 1 p. 963/220 

Decision: Pizza Hut of America, Inc., dba Pizza Hut, Lowell. 
1996 1 p. 963/218 

Decision: Pizza Hut of America, Inc., Falmouth. 1996 1 p. 
964/135 

Decision: Pizza Hut of America, Inc., Fitchburg. 1996 1 p. 
963/219 

Decision: Plaza Cafe of Brockton, Inc., dba Mike's Lounge, 
Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/136 

Decision: Plaza Wine and Spirits, Inc., Georgetown. 1996 1 p. 
963/221 

Decision: Pleasant Cafe of Fall River, Inc., Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/70 

Decision: P.M.G. Inc., dba Joseph's Restaurant, Rehoboth. 1996 
1 p. 964/137 

Decision: PMPK, Inc., dba The Store, Bradford. 1996 1 p. 
964/138 

Decision: Ponte Vecchio of Danvers , Inc., dba Ponte Vecchio, 
Danvers. 1996 3 p. 962/71 

Decision: Pop's Cafe, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 1 p. 963/222 

Decision: Portuguese Shanty Inc. , New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/139 

Decision: Post House East, Inc., dba Copper Shield, Ludlow. 
1996 7 p. 962/72 



30 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Pratts , Inc., dba R & P Package Store. 1996 1 p. 
963/223 

Decision: Prince Henry, Inc., dba O'Gils, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/73 

Decision: Private Joseph Francis Post #486 Vets of Foreign 
Wars U.S.A., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/74 

Decision: Pub Dennis of Lowell, Inc., Lowell. 1996 1 p. 
964/140 

Decision: Pulse Management, Inc., Fitchburg. 1996 3 p. 
964/141 

Decision: Punchline Entertainment of the Cape, Inc., dba 
Lewney Toonz , Yarmouth. 1996 3 p. 962/75 

Decision: Puritan Restaurant, Inc., dba Lantern Restaurant, 
Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 961/96 

Decision: R & R Cafe, Inc., dba Santi's Restaurant, Springfield. 
1995 3 p. 961/97 

Decision: R and G Shu, Inc., dba Jims Variety and Package Store, 
Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/98 

Decision: R. Cowan's Package Store, Inc., dba Fair lawn Liquors, 
Shrewsbury. 1996 3 p. 964/142 

Decision: Raymond N. LaBonte dba Toy Town Pub, Winchendon. 1996 
5 p. 962/76 

Decision: Rebecca A- Caras , Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/224 

Decision: Regina Ann Ragonese , Lawrence. 1996 3 p. 964/143 

Decision: Reliable Market, Inc., Somerville. 1996 1 p. 
963/225 

Decision: Rendezvous Lounge, Inc., Dracut. 1996 3 p. 
963/226 

Decision: Restaurant Concepts, Inc. General Partner & Equity 
Participants, Limited Partner, Skipjack's Limited Partnership 
Number One, dba Skip Jack's Fish House, Brookline. 1996 1 p. 
964/144 

Decision: Revere Ocean Wave, Inc., dba Sneakers, Lynn. 1996 
3 p. 964/145 



31 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Richard Cugini dba Jim's 10 Restaurant, Ashland. 

1996 1 p. 962/77 

Decision: Richard Kellogg, Sunderland. 1996 2 p. 964/146 

Decision: Rick's King of Clubs, Inc., dba King of Clubs, 
Chicopee. 1996 1 p. 964/147 

Decision: Ripp, Inc., dba Point Pub, Quincy. 1996 2 p. 
963/227 

Decision: Ristorante Toscano, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/228 

Decision: River View Entertainment, Inc., dba Razzl's, 

Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/99 

Decision: R.L.Z., Inc., dba Jessica's, Agawam. 1996 1 p. 
963/229 

Decision: Ro-Art Liquors, Inc. New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/148 

Decision: Rebel Corp., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/78 

Decision: Robert A. Cole, Shrewsbury. 1996 2 p. 961/100 

Decision: Robert L. Schraut, Sr. , dba Schrauty's Fine Foods, 
Weymouth. 1996 1 p. 963/230 

Decision: Robert M. Clemente dba White City Plaza, Shrewsbury. 

1996 1 p. 963/231 

Decision: Robert Schraut Sr. , dba Schrauty's Fine Foods, 
Weymouth. 1996 3 p. 961/101 

Decision: Roberto's Restaurant, Inc. , Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
961/102 

Decision: Robert's Pub, Inc., Taunton. 1996 3 p. 963/232 

Decision: Robito, Inc., dba Charlie's Place, Lawrence. 1996 
3 p. 964/149 

Decision: Rogers Package Store, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/79 

Decision: Ronald Baxter dba Ron's Beer & Wine, Shrewsbury. 
1996 1 p. 963/233 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Rosina Restaurant Corporation, Boston. 1996 2 p. 
962/80 

Decision: Round the Clock, Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/150 

Decision: Royal Liquors & Convenience, Inc. , Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/81 

Decision: Russell Baker & Company, Inc. , Palmer. 1995 3 p. 
961/103 

Decision: Sal's Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/82 

Decision: Salt House, Inc., Cohasset. 1995 2 p. 961/104 

Decision: Samale's Package Store, Inc., Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/105 

Decision: Sambco , Inc., Framingham. 1996 3 p. 961/106 

Decision: San-Cab, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/83 

Decision: Santo Management Corporation, dba Josephs Two 
Restaurant, Waltham. 1996 1 p. 964/151 

Decision: Satluj, Inc., Waltham. 1996 1 p. 964/152 

Decision: Savoy Cafe, Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/153 

Decision: Scioletti's Inc., dba Scioletti's, Framingham. 1996 
3 p. 961/107 

Decision: Scola's Corp. , Boston. 1996 41 p. 963/234 

Decision: Serendipity III of Faneuil Hall, Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/235 

Decision: Seven R's Cafe Inc. , dba A & R's Double Inn, 
Leominster. 1996 2 p. 961/108 

Decision: S.G.E. Restaurant, Inc., dba M.J.'s Restaurant, 
Waltham. 1996 1 p. 964/154 

Decision: Shaffee's, Inc., dba Shaffee's Pub, Salisbury. 1996 
3 p. 963/236 

Decision: Shafiquer Khan dba Convenience Plus, North Reading. 
1996 2 p. 961/109 



33 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Cominission, continued 

Decision: Shafiquer Khan dba Convenience Plus, North Reading. 

1996 1 p. 963/237 

Decision: Shaker J. Shaker, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/84 

Decision: Shaker Restaurants, Inc., dba Shaker Mill Restaurant 

and Cafe, W. Stockbridge. 1996 2 p. 963/238 

Decision: Shell Ron, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/85 

Decision: Siam Palace, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/239 

Decision: Silhouette Lounge, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/240 

Decision: Silva's Package Store, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/86 

Decision: Sim's Inc., dba The Down Under Cafe, Southbridge. 

1996 4 p. 961/110 

Decision: Sligo Associates, Inc., dba Yeats County, Watertown. 

1996 2 p. 962/87 

Decision: Somewhere Else Lounge, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 
964/155 

Decision: Sotoris Sotiriou dba Milan Pizza, Lowell. 1996 1 p. 
963/241 

Decision: South End Movers, Inc., Roslindale. 1996 1 p. 
964/156 

Decision: South End Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/111 

Decision: South Pacific Food Service dba Shogun9 , Framingham. 

1996 3 p. 961/112 

Decision: Southbridge Discount Liquors, Inc., Southbridge. 

1996 3 p. 962/88 

Decision: Spirit M. Inc., dba Billas Grocerette, Salem. 1996 
3 p. 962/89 

Decision: Spoleto, Inc., dba Pizzeria Paradise, Northampton. 

1996 3 p. 961/113 



34 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Sportsmen's Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/90 

Decision: St. Anne's Fraternity, Inc. , Fall River. 1996 1 p. 
964/157 

Decision: St. John's Athletic Club of Fall River, Inc., Fall 
River. 1996 3 p. 962/91 

Decision: St. Michael's Club, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/92 

Decision: Star Northampton, Inc., dba Hotel Northampton, 
Wiggins Tavern/Coolidge Park, Northampton. 1996 3 p. 961/114 

Decision: Star Northampton Inc., Northampton. 1996 3 p. 
964/158 

Decision: Stavros H. Konmidis, dba West Fitchburg Pizza, 
Fitchburg. 1996 3 p. 964/159 

Decision: Steak and Ale of Massachusetts, Inc., dba Bennigan's, 
Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/242 

Decision: Stephanie Associates, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/243 

Decision: Stephanie Gallarelli, dba Spuntini, Boston. 1996 
3 p. 963/244 

Decision: Sterling Package Store, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
963/245 

Decision: Straight Wharf Restaurant Co., Inc., Nantucket. 
1996 3 p. 963/246 

Decision: Strand Cafe of Fall River, Inc. , Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/93 

Decision: Sullivan's Pub of Charlestown, Inc., Boston. 1996 
3 p. 963/247 

Decision: Sun Valley Restaurant, Inc., Rehoboth. 1996 1 p. 
964/160 

Decision: Sundance, Inc., dba Timothy's, Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/115 

Decision: Sunrise International Trading Company, Inc., Waltham. 
1996 1 p. 964/161 



35 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Supino's Restaurant Co., dba Supine's, Danvers. 
1996 3 p. 962/94 

Decision: Surf Club, Inc., dba Zeke's, Revere. 1996 1 p. 
964/162 

Decision: Sy Wing, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/116 

Decision: T. Gossios Corporation dba Captain Scott's Seafood 
Restaurant, Falmouth. 1996 1 p. 963/248 

Decision: Tactical Products, Inc., dba Deli Haus , Boston. 
1996 3 p. 963/249 

Decision: Tarpley Enterprises, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 
963/250 

Decision: Tarpley Enterprises, Inc., dba The Wine Cave, Boston. 
1996 2 p. 963/251 

Decision: TDM Corporation dba Prime Time, Revere. 1996 2 p. 
963/2552 

Decision: Teddy B's, Inc., dba Teddy B's, Springfield. 1995 
3 p. 961/117 

Decision: Thai Orchid, Inc., dba Thai Orchid, Framingham. 1996 
3 p. 961/118 

Decision: Thai Roma Corporation, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/253 

Decision: Thai Village, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/254 

Decision: The Acushnet Highlander, Inc., Acushnet. 1996 2 p. 
963/255 

Decision: The Bijou Restaurant Corp, dba Silver Screen, 
Pittsfield. 1996 3 p. 96/119 

Decision: The Cellar Pub, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/95 

Decision: The Chateau Restaurant of Arlington, Inc. , dba The 
Chateau Restaurant, Arlington. 1996 1 p. 963/256 

Decision: The Corky Row Society, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
962/96 

Decision: The Friendship, Inc. dba Friendship, Pittsfield. 1996 
3 p. 961/120 



36 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: The Ground Round, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/257 

Decision: The Ground Round, Inc., dba The Ground Round, 
Dartmouth. 1996 3 p. 963/258 

Decision: The Ground Round, Inc., Saugus . 1996 1 p. 
964/163 

Decision: The House of Washington, Inc., dba Woody 's Roadhouse, 

Washington. 1996 5 p. 963/259 

Decision: The Kerry Corp., dba Eliot Hotel, Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/260 

Decision: The Lanai Restaurant, Inc., dba Pago Pago Restaurant, 
Milford. 1996 1 p. 964/164 

Decision: The Leather Neck, Corp. , dba Larry's Corner Pub, 
Brockton. 1996 1 p. 964/165 

Decision: The Liberty Group, Inc., dba Liberty Tavern, Rockland, 
1996 2 p. 963/261 

Decision: The Little White House, Inc., dba Sports Page Lounge, 

Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/121 

Decision: The Mill Enteprises, Inc., dba The Mill Restaurant, 
Amesbury. 1996 3 p. 961/122 

Decision: The Racguet Pub, Inc., Shrewsbury. 1996 1 p. 
963/262 

Decision: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 
963/263 

Decision: The Store 24 of Massachusetts, Inc., dba Store 24, 

Leominster. 1996 1 p. 963/264 

Decision: The Westwood Copley Restaurant Group, Inc., Boston. 
1996 3 p. 963/265 

Decision: The Wexford House Inc., Worcester. 1996 1 p. 
963/266 

Decision: The Wine Cave, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/267 

Decision: T.H.L., Inc., Peabody. 1995 2 p. 961/123 



37 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Thomas J. Flately dba Sheraton Tara Motor Lodge, 

Framingham. 1996 3 p. 961/124 

Decision: Tic Toe Cafe, Inc., dba Lusitano, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/97 

Decision: Tic Toe of Springfield, Inc., Springfield. 1995 3 p. 
961/125 

Decision: Tickle My Ribs, Inc., dba Players Pub, Fall River. 

1996 3 p. 962/98 

Decision: Tiger Lily, Inc., dba The Black Duck Restaurant, 

Falmouth. 1996 2 p. 963/268 

Decision: Times Square Restaurant, Inc. , New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/166 

Decision: Timothy F. Adams, dba Dillon's Tavern, Springfield. 

1995 3 p. 961/126 

Decision: TJ's Pub, Inc., Whitman. 1996 2 p. 963/269 

Decision: Tofu, Inc., dba Tofu Inn, New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/167 

Decision: Tom's English Cafe Inc., Hyde Park. 1996 1 p. 
964/168 

Decision: Torcia & Sons, Inc., dba Fat Cat Bar and Grill, 

Springfield. 1996 3 p. 964/169 

Decision: Torcia and Sons, Inc., dba Fat Cat Bar and Grill, 

Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/127 

Decision: Touisset Country Club, Inc., Swansea. 1996 1 p. 
963/270 

Decision: Twenty Nine Middlesex Corp., dba Roma Restaurant, 

Bradford. 1996 1 p. 964/170 

Decision: Two Lamps Associates, Inc., dba The Irish Embassy 

Pub, Norton. 1996 2 p. 964/171 

Decision: United Fisherman Club, Inc., New Bedford. 1996 1 p. 
964/172 

Decision: United Forces Post #351, Inc., Holyoke. 1996 3 p. 
964/173 



38 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: University Coffee Shop Inc. , dba The Hungry I 
Restaurant, Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/271 

Decision: Vega Liquors, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 963/272 

Decision: Veidma Associates, Inc., dba Harvey's Liberty Cafe, 

Springfield. 1995 3 p. 961/128 

Decision: Venice Cafe, Inc., dba Venice Cafe, Lynn. 1996 3 p. 
963/273 

Decision: Vernon Associates, Inc., dba Barney's Bar & Grill, 
Holyoke. 1996 1 p. 963/274 

Decision: Veteran's Club of Millers Falls, Inc., Montague. 
1996 3 p. 963/275 

Decision: Victor DaSilva dba Sub-Line Pizza, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/99 

Decision: Vittori-Rocci Post #56 of Italian American War 
Veterans, Beverly. 1996 3 p. 963/276 

Decision: Wah Sun Restaurant, Inc., Brockton. 1996 1 p. 
964/174 

Decision: Wakefield Elks Home Association, Lynnfield. 1996 3 p. 
961/129 

Decision: Waldbaum, Inc., dba Center Package Store, Agawam. 
1996 1 p. 963/277 

Decision: Walpole Hunan New Taste, Inc., Walpole. 1996 1 p. 
963/278 

Decision: Wampanoag, Ltd., dba Wampanoag Golf Course, Swansea. 
1996 1 p. 963/279 

Decision: WD's Too, Inc., dba Franklin Station Cafe, Franklin. 
1996 1 p. 962/100 

Decision: Wee Bees Corp. , Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/280 

Decision: West Boylston Package Store Company, West Boylston. 
1996 3 p. 963/281 

Decision: West Roxbury Pub and Restaurant, Inc. , West Roxbury. 
1996 1 p. 964/175 



39 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Westford VFW Mattawanakee Post #6539, Westford. 
1996 3 p. 963/282 

Decision: Weylu's Inc., Saugus. 1996 1 p. 964/176 

Decision: Wha Mee, Inc., Fall River. 1996 3 p. 962/101 

Decision: White City Liquors, Inc., dba Turnpike Liquors, 
Shrewsbury. 1996 3 p. 964/177 

Decision: Whiting Farms Convenience Store, Inc., Holyoke. 
1996 3 p. 964/178 

Decision: Willaby's Billiards, Ltd., Swansea. 1996 1 p. 
963/283 

Decision: Winchester Highland Corporation, dba 11th Chapter 
Saloon, Somerville. 1996 3 p. 963/284 

Decision: Winchester Lodge #1445 B.P.O.E. of U.S.A., Inc., 
Winchester. 1996 3 p. 963/285 

Decision: W.L.B. Corporation, Fall River. 1996 3 p. 
963/286 

Decision: Woodlawn Corporation, dba Can Man, Maiden. 1996 3 p. 
963/287 

Decision: World Class Billiards, Inc., Peabody. 1996 2 p. 
963/288 

Decision: Worthington Inc., dba My Place, Springfield. 1995 
3 p. 961/130 

Decision: Wyman's Liquors Pleasant, Inc., dba Wyman's Liquors, 
Inc., Leominster. 1996 1 p. 963/289 

Decision: Wyz Coh Inc., dba S & S Beale Street Diner, Quincy. 

1995 2 p. 961/131 

Decision: Yankee Spirits, Inc., Attleboro. 1996 3 p. 
962/102 

Decision: Yee Enterprises, Inc., dba Oriental Gardens, 
Haverhill. 1996 1 p. 964/179 

Decision: Yee Village, Inc., dba Yee Village, Somerville. 

1996 1 p. 963/290 

Decision: Yen's Wok, Inc., Framingham. 1996 3 p. 961/132 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Yerevan, Ltd., Boston (Brighton). 1996 2 p. 
962/103 

Decision: Yogi Management Corporation dba One Stop Discount 
Liquor, Holyoke. 1996 1 p. 963/291 

Decision: Young National Athletic Association, Fall River. 1996 
3 p. 962/104 

Decision: Zefta & Taleb, Inc., dba Maria's Family Restaurant, 
Haverhill. 1996 1 p. 964/180 

Decision: Zia Maria Restaurant, Inc., Boston. 1996 2 p. 
962/105 

Decision: Zingora, Ltd., dba Packard's, Northampton. 1996 
3 p. 964/181 

Decision: Zolent Company, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 963/292 

Memorandum: Gourmet Wine and Food Consulting Inc. v. Codero 
Wine Group, Inc. 1996 2 p. 963/293 

Memorandum: Pastene Companies, Ltd, vs. Brown-Forraan Corporation. 
1996 2 p. No. 25E-1073 963/294 

Appellate Tax Board 

100 Cambridge Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1995. n.d. [unpaged] 
Public Document No. 148 961/133 



Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC) Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Update. 1996 [var. pag. ] [Update to a looseleaf guide: 
MR 334M3 A72 1993.] 964/182 



Art Commission 

Room 10, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Annual Report Year Ending June 30, 1996. 1996 11 p. 
964/183 



Attorney General's Office 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Agency Counsel Newsletter, Issue No. 6, February 1996. 1996 
30 p. 961/136 

AGenda: Elder Issues, April 1996. 1996 12 p. 962/106 

AGenda: Environmment , March 1996. 1996 12 p. 961/137 

AGenda: Fraud Issues, May 1996, 1996 14 p. 962/107 

AGenda: Urban Issues, August 1996. 1996 10 p. 963/295 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Plaintiff v. Philip Morris Inc., 
et al.. Defendants. 1995 77 p. 961/134 

Community Benefits Guidelines for Health Maintenance 
Organizations. 1996 14 p. 961/135 

"Consumers First": A Landmark Plan to Create a Competitive 
Electric Industry for the Residential and Business Consumers of 
Massachusetts. 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/184 

Estimation of Market Value, Stranded Investment and 
Restructuring Gains for Massachusetts Utilities. 

By Paul Chernick et al . 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Resource 
Insight, Inc.] 962/108 

Give But Give Wisely: An Educational Partnership of the 
Massachusetts Attorney General's Office and the Massachusetts 
Better Business Bureaus, n.d. 2 p. 964/185 

Guide to Choosing a Home Care Agency: Important Questions 
You Should Ask. 1996 13 p. [Co-sponsored by: Home and 
Health Care Association of Massachusetts.] 964/186 

In the Supreme Court of the United States October 1993: 
Alfred Arthur Sandoval, Petitioner v. People of the State of 
California, Respondent On Writ of Certiorari to the California 
Supreme Court. 1993 43 p. No. 92-9049 [Brief Amicus Curiae 
of the States of: Massachusetts, Alabama, Idaho, Indiana, 
Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, 
Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee, in support of 
respondent.] 963/296 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, August/September 1996. 1996 62 p. 
963/297 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, March 1996. 1996 43 p. 962/109 



J 



Attorney General's Office, continued 

Letter to the Honorable Thomas F. Birmingham, President of the 
Massachusetts Senate, Regarding 1996 Senate Doc 2327 (Health Care 
Coverage). 1996 2 p. 963/298 

Prepared Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the Association of 
Trial Lawyers of America, Firearms & Ammunition Litigation Group. 
By Scott Harshbarger 1996 6 p. [Meeting was held in Boston on 
July 29, 1996] 963/299 

Report and Recommendation to the Massachusetts Highway Department: 
IN RE: Central Artery/Tunnel Project. 1995 38 p. 
C-llAl; F/A Np/ 1-93-1 (285) 962/110 

Report of the Attorney General for the Year Ending June 30, 1994. 
1996 241 p. [This document is also known as P.D. No. 12.] 
963/300 

Report of the Attorney General to the Governor and the 
Legislature Pursuant to General Laws Chapter 12, Section IID, 
on State Agency and Authority Compliance with the Environmental Laws. 
1995 28 p. 961/138 

Report on Charitable Telemarketing. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/187 

Report on Elder Initiatives and Cases. 1996 35 p. 962/111 

Disability Law Project 

Employment Discrimination Against People with Disabilities: 
How to Fight Back in Massachusetts, A Self -Help Manual (2nd Edition). 
By Ernest Winsor et al. 1995 22 p. 963/301 

Division of Fair Labor and Business Practices 
200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Advisory on Sunday Laws and Holiday Openings. 1995 4 p. #95-1 
[The advisory is dated September 30, 1995.] 963/302 

Advisory on the Issue of Employee Versus Independent Contractor. 
1994 6 p. #94-3 [The advisory is dated December 1, 1994.] 963/306 

Advisory to the Cities, Towns Municipalities and Awarding 
Authorities Throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1994 5 p. 
[The advisory is dated April 8, 1994.] 963/307 

Camping Guidelines 1996 Camping Season. 1996 5 p. 963/303 

The Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law (MGL cl49, s26-27H: 
An Important Guide for Contractors Doing Public Works Projects in 
Massachusetts. n.d. 2 p. 963/304 



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Attorney General's Office, continued 

The Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law (MGL cl49, S26-27H: 

An Important Guide for Awarding Authorities. n.d. 2 p. 963/305 

Elderly Protection Project i 

Advanced Law Enforcement Training Manual. n.d. [var. pag. ] 
#92-DB-CX-0025 Federal grant and #92-DV-018-601 State grant. [Sup- 
ported by a grant awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U. S. 
Department of Justice.] 963/308 

Environmental Protection Division 

200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Public Rights/Private Property: Answers to Frequently Asked , 
Questions on Beach Access. n.d. 5 p. 963/309 | 

Publications Coordinator 

AGenda: The Environment, November 1996. 1996 12 p. 964/188 
AGenda: Consumer Issues, September 1996. 1996 12 p. 963/31( 

Tobacco Litigation Project 

For the Taxpayers and Our Children: A Comprehensive Packet of 
Information Regarding the Attorney General's Efforts to Recover 
Health Care Dollars for Massachusetts Taxpayers and to Protect 
Our Children from the Hazards of Tobacco Products, Revised March 15,: 
1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 963/311 

Tobacco Litigation Team Report 

An Update on Tobacco Litigation and Control Efforts, July 1996. 
1996 10 p. [This is the first report.] 963/312 

Victim Compensation and Assistance Division 

Victims of Violent Crime Compensation. n.d. 2 p. 962/112 

Bay State Skills Corporation 

101 Summer Street, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02119-1203 

Connecting Activities in School-to-Career Programs: A User's 
Manual. By Alex Hof finger and Charles Goldberg 1995 126 p. 
[Prepared for the Massachusetts Office for School to Work Transitiorj 
962/113 



44 



Bay State Skills Corporation, continued 

Innovations in Workforce Development, vol. 3, no. 3, Fall 1995. 

1995 2 p. 961/139 

Innovations in Workforce Development, vol. 3, no. 4, Winter 1996. 

1996 2 p. 961/140 

Innovations in Workforce Training, vol. 4, no. 1, Spring 1996. 
1996 2 p. 962/114 

The Person Reading this Booklet is Discovering Who Makes What 
Where in Massachusetts. n.d. 2 p. [Brochure at the Made in 
Massachusetts Day held in the Great Hall on June 10, 1996.] 962/115 

Center for Women , Work and Family 

Visualizing the Future Without Domestic Violence: The Future 
Search Conference Report. 1996 34 p. [Conference co-sponsored 
by Simmons College Institute for Leadership and Change. ] 961/141 

Center for Youth Development abd Education 

Working Together: A Newsletter of Communities and Schools for 
Career Success (CS2), vol. 3, no. 1, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 
962/116 

Berkshire Conununity College 

1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201-5786 

Catalog 1996/97. 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/189 



Berkshire County Regional Planning Coimnission 

10 Fenn Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Commercial Corridor Retail Build-Out Analysis Berkshire County. 
1995 [var. pag.] [Funded by a Strategic Planning Grant from the 
Executive Office of Communities and Development.] 963/313 

Board of Conciliation and Arbitration 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1105, Boston, MA 02202 

One Hundred and Eighth Annual Report and One Hundred and 
Ninth Annual Report (July 1, 1993 - June 30, 1995. n.d. [unpaged]. 
963/314 



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Board of Higher Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency was previously the Board of Regents of Higher 
Education and the Higher Education Coordinating Council. 

The Commonwealth College (Draft) . 1996 3 p. 964/190 

Board of Library Commissioners 

648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215 

FY94 Municipal Pie... What's Your Library's Share? 1996 29 p. 
961/142 

Massachusetts Libraries: An Alliance for the Future; Technical 
Report. By Jose-Marie Griffiths and Donald W. King 1991 [var. 
pag. ] [Prepared by: King Research, Inc.] 962/117 

Massachusetts Public Library Data 1994 Index to Reports: 
Circulation and Services, Financial Statistics and Personnel. 1994 

7 p. 963/315 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Summary Tables and Graphs, 
1995 Data. 1996 35 p. 961/143 

Strategic Plan Legislation and FY97 Budget. 1996 5 p. 962/1! 

State Aid & Data Coordination Unit 

Massachusetts Public Library Data 1995: Index to Reports; 
Circulation and Services; Financial Statistics; Personnel. 1995 

8 p. 961/144 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Circulation and Services 
Report FY95 Data. 1995 29 p. 961/145 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Financial Statistics Report 
FY95 Data. 1995 15 p. 961/146 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Personnel Report, 
Data as of 7/1/95. 1995 41 p. 961/147 

Board of Registration in Medicine 

10 West Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Report on Hospital Discipline of Physicians. 1995 [var. pag.] 
[This is the first report.] 962/119 

Report on Hospital Discipline of Physicians. 1996 9 p. 
962/120 



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Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Transportation Improvement Program 1995-1997. 1994 [var. pag.] 
963/316 

TRANSreport, December 1995. 1995 6 p. 961/148 

TRANSreport, August 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/317 

TRANSreport, December 1996. 1996 4 p. 964/191 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Unified Planning Work Program FY97. 1996 [var. pag.] 
963/318 



Bristol Community College 

777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720-7391 

Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 1, January 1996. 1996 
15 p. 961/149 

Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 2, April 1996. 1996 15 p. 
962/121 

Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 3, July 1996. 1996 20 p. 
963/319 

Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 3, no. 4, October 1996. 1996 
20 p. 964/192 

Bureau of Communicable Disease Control 

305 South Street, Boston, MA 02130 

Communicable Disease Update, Volume 4, Issue 1, February 1996. 
1996 8 p. 961/150 

Communicable Disease Update, Volume 4, Issue 2, April 1996. 
1996 8 p. 962/122 

Communicable Disease Update, Volume 4, Issue 3, July 1996. 
1996 8 p. 963/320 

Communicable Disease Update, Volume 4, Issue 4, October 1996. 
1996 8 p. 964/193 



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Bureau of Environmental Health Assessment 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Woburn Childhood Leukemia Follow-Up Study, Volume I: Analyses 
(Draft Final Report). 1996 [var. pag. ] 963/321 

Woburn Childhood Leukemia Follow-Up Study, Volume II: 
Appendices (Draft Final Report). 1996 [var. pag.] 963/322 

Bureau of Feusily and Coamunlty Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Homicide in Massachusetts: Trends and Characteristics 1978 
- 1993, Second Edition. 1995 44 p. 962/123 

Spotlight on Prevention: Massachusetts Department of Public 
Health Prevention Initiative Newsletter, February - May 1996. 
1996 7 p. 961/151 

Spotlight on Prevention, June/September 1996. 1996 6 p. 
963/323 

Elder Health Programs 

Women's Health Programs. 1996 8 p. 961/152 

School Health Unit 

News in School Health, Winter 1995/96. n.d. 20 p. 962/124 
NEWS in School Health, Fall 1996. 1996 17 p. 963/324 

Bureau of Health Statistics, Research S Evaluation 

250 Washington Street, 6th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Adolescent Births: A Statistical Profile Massachusetts 1994. 
1996 78 p. [Supplement to Advance Data BIRTHS 1994. Copies are 
available from the agency at the address above.] 962/125 

Advance Data: Births 1994. 1995 85 p. 961/153 

Advance Data: Deaths 1994. 1996 102 p. 962/126 

Cancer Incidence and Mortality in Massachusetts 1982 - 1992. 
1995 41 p. 961/154 

Cancer Incidence and Mortality in Massachusetts 1982 - 1992: 
City and Town Supplement. 1995 155 p. 961/155 



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Bureau of Health Statistics, Research & Evaluation, continued 

Chronic Disease Surveillance Program 

Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey 1994/95 Summary 
Report. 1996 8 p. 964/194 

Chronic Disease Surveillance Program By Behavioral Risk Factor 
Survey 1993 Summary Report 1995 [var. pag. ] [Copies are available 
from the agency at the above address.] 961/156 

Bureau of Information Technology Acquis it^ions 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1017, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency has changed its name to Operational Services 
Division. 

Invitation for Bids for Microcomputer/Lan System Hardware, 
Software and Services Blanket Contract. 1994 [var. pag.] BITA File 
No. 1101-11580-4 963/325 

Bureau of Markets 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

The Green Book, Fifth Edition II: A Directory of Wholesale 
Growers of Massachusetts Grown and Fresher Products. 1995 118 p. 
963/326 

Bureau of State Office Buildings 

Room 10, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Government Center Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 2, April 1996. 
1996 11 p. 962/127 

Government Center Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 2, October 1996. 
1996 13 p. 964/195 

Government Center Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 3, June 1996. 
1996 [unpaged] 962/128 

Government Center Newsletter, Volume 3, Issue 5, December 1996. 
1996 6 p. 964/196 

Bureau of Student, Community and Adult Services 

350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148-5023 
This Bureau has changed its name. 

Computers in Adult Education: A Planning Guidebook. n.d. [var. 
pag.] [Prepared by the Springfield Regional Center and the Merrimack 
Education Center.] 961/157 

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Bureau of Transportation Planning & Development 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Accessing the Future: The Intermodal Transportation Plan for 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1995 [var. pag. ] [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration et al. Also 
printed in the Massachusetts Register, Issue #779, December 1, 1995.] 
961/158 

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) FFY1997-1999 . 1996 
[var. pag.] 963/327 

Capital Expenditure Programming Office 

State Transportation Improvement Program Federal Fiscal Years 
1996/98, September 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] 961/159 

State Transportation Improvement Program Federal Fiscal Years 
1996/98, December 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] 961/160 

Bureau of Waste Prevention 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Recycling Participation Study. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Cambridge Reports Research International.] 964/197 

^ureau of Wa^te Site Cleanup 

One winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

The 1993 Massachusetts Contingency Plan - A New Approach to 
Cleaning Up Disposal Sites. 1995 52 p. 964/198 

21Ensuring Timely Cleanup of Hazardous Waste Sites: Amendments 
to Massachusetts General Law Chapter 21E. 1992 2 p. 964/199 

How the New 21E Program is Measuring Up. 1996 11 p. 964/200 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 1, no. 2, 
Dec93/Jan94. 1994 4 p. 964/201 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 1, no. 3, 
Feb/March 1994. 1994 4 p. 964/202 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 1, no. 4, 
April/May 1994. 1994 4 p. 964/203 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 1, no. 5, 
June/July 1994. 1994 6 p. 964/204 



Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup, continued 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 3, no. 1, 
June 1996. 1996 8 p. 963/328 

Removing Your Underground Heating Oil Tank: A Homeowner's 
Guide, Summer 1996. 1996 4 p. 963/329 

Reuse and Disposal of Contaminated Soils at Landfills. 1994 
[var. pag. ] #BWP-94-037 [Prepared in conjunction with the Depart- 
ment of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Waste Prevention.] 
964/205 

Underground Storage Tank Closure Assessment Manual. 1996 
[var. pag.] DEP Policy, #WSC-402-96. [Prepared in cooperation with 
the Office of the Fire Marshal.] 962/129 

Office of Research and Standards 

Guidance for Disposal Site Risk Characterization in Support 
of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan: Chapter 9, Method 3 
Environmental Risk Characterization. 1996 103 p. Interim Final 
Policy: BWSC/ORS-95-141 [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
964/206 

Buzzards Bay Project 

Two Spring Street, Marion, MA 02738 

Turning Plans into Action. n.d. 2 p. 961/161 

What is the BBP Septic System Tracking Software Initiative About? 
1996 1 p. 961/162 

What is the Buzzards Bay Project? 1996 2 p. 961/163 

Cable Television Commission 

133 Portland Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 02114-1707 

Advisory Opinion on Conflicts of Interest Arising out of 
Membership on a Cable Advisory Committee, Executive Summary. 1996 
15 p. 963/330 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 [unpaged] p. 964/207 

Memorandum: Interpretation of 207 CMR 4.03. 1996 2 p. 
963/331 



51 



Cable Television Coitonission, continued 

Rate Bulletin. 1996 4 p. Bulletin 96-1 962/130 
Transfer Bulletin. 1996 10 p. Bulletin 96-2 962/131 
Transfer Bulletin. 1996 [var. pag. ] Bulletin 96-3 962/132 



Cape Cod Commission 

3225 Main Street, P.O. Box 226, Barnstable, MA 02630 

Cape Cod Commission Reporter, Five-Year Anniversary Edition, 
1996. 1996 7 p. 963/332 

A Guide to the Development of Regional Impact Review Process. 
1996 8 p. 963/333 

What is the Cape Cod Commission? n.d. 8 p. 963/334 

Cape Cod Community College 

2240 Route 132, West Barnstable, MA 02668 

Catalog 1995/96. n.d, 152 p. 962/133 

Capital Resource Company 

420 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Nineteenth Report Relative to Its Activities for Period Ending 
December 31, 1995. 1996 27 p. 1996 Senate Doc 2233 961/164 

Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission 

20 Washington Square, Suite 300, Worcester, MA 01604-4013 

Annual Report FY95. n.d. [unpaged] 961/165 

Commission Handbook: Prepared for Delegates & Alternates to 
the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, n.d. 38 p. 
961/166 

Regionally Noted: Issue No. 12, January 1996. 1996 2 p. 
961/167 

Regionally Noted: Issue No. 13, March 1996. 1996 2 p. 
962/134 

Regionally Noted: Issue No. 14, May 1996. 1996 2 p. 
962/135 



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Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, continued 

Regionally Noted: Issue No. 15, July 1996. 1996 2 p. 
963/335 

Regionally Noted: Issue No. 16, September 1996. 1996 2 p. 
964/208 

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program 

470 Atlantic Avenue, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02110 

Summary Statistics FY93. n.d. [unpaged] 961/168 
Summary Statistics FY94. n.d. [unpaged] 961/169 

Citizen Information Service 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1611, Boston, MA 02108 

Citizens' Guide to State Services: A Selective Listing of 
Governmental Agencies and Programs, 6th Edition Revised 1/1/96. 
1996 234 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
961/170 

Citizens' Guide to State Services: A Selective Listing of 
Governmental Agencies and Programs, Revised as of Second Quarter 
1996 (7/1/96). 1996 234 p. [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
964/209 

FACTS: A Review of the History, Government and Symbols of the 
Commonwealth, Updated May 1996. 1996 29 p. 963/336 

Veterans' Law and Benefits, 4th Edition. 1995 51 p. 964/210 

Your State Legislators (Updated 4/18/96). 1996 50 p. 962/136 

Your State Legislators (Corrections as of 5/29/96). 1996 13 p. 
[See also: 962/136] 963/337 

Coastal Zone Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Aquaculture White Paper & Strategic Plan. 1995 16 p. 961/171 

Aquaculture White Paper & Strategic Plan. 1995 236 p. 
[See also: 961/171.] 964/211 



53 



Coastal Zone Management, continued 

A Few Questions Answered: Barrier Beach Management in 
Massachusetts. 1994 2 p. 961/172 

Massachusetts Coastal Zone Management (Fact Sheet & Map), 
n.d. 2 p. 964/212 

Port Development: A Programs and Policies Guide. 1979 96 p. 
961/173 

Commission Against Discrimination 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1995. 1996 32 p. 962/137 

MCAD Housing Resolutions at Public Hearing 1993 - Present. 
1996 3 p. 964/214 

Model Sexual Harassment Policy. 1996 4 p. MCAD Policy 96-2 
[Policy adopted by the Commission on October 25, 1996.] 964/215 

Worksharing Agreement Between the MCAD and Egual Employment 
Opportunity Commission FY96. 1995 7 p. 964/216 

Commission for the Blind 

88 Kingston Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Focal Point, Volume 14, Issue 1, January 1996. 1996 4 p. 
961/174 

Focal Point, Volume 14, Issue 2, July 1996. 1996 4 p. 
963/338 

Committee on Criminal Justice 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Edward Byrne Memorial State &. Local Law Assistance Formula Grant 
Program 

Strategy 1996. 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/217 

Strategy 1997. 1996 119 p. 964/218 

Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC) 

19 Temple Place, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. 28 p. 963/339 



Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation (CEDAC), 

continued 

The Cominunity Economic Development Capacity Building 
Initiative (A Program of CEDAC and MACDC) . 1996 [unpaged] 
[Prepared in cooperation with the Massachusetts Association of Commu- 
nity Development Corporations (MACDC).] 964/219 

Convention Center Authority 

900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02115 

General Purpose Financial Statements for the Years Ended June 30, 

1995 and 1994. 1995 21 p. [Prepared by: Deloitte & Touche LLP.] 
961/175 

General Purpose Financial Statements for the Years Ended June 30, 

1996 and 1995 and Independent Auditor's Report on Internal Controls 
and Compliance for the Years Ended June 30, 1996. 1996 29 p. 
[Prepared by: Dipesa & Company.] 964/220 

Corporations Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: Copies of all the quarterly listings are available at the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834. 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing October 1 - 
December 31, 1995. 1996 318 p. 961/176 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing January 1 - 
March 31, 1996. 1996 202 p. 962/138 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing April 1 - 
June 30, 1996. 1996 [var. pag. ] 963/340 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing July 1 - 
September 1996. 1996 371 p. 964/221 

Criminal History Systems Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Criminal Justice Information System 

200 Arlington Street, Suite 2200, Chelsea, MA 02150 

Certification Packet #1: Notice of an Offender's Release, 
Revised 11/95. 1995 4 p. 962/139 

Certification Packet #2: Access to C.O.R. I. Documents, 
M.G.L. c. 6, Section 178A, Revised 1/96. 1996 5 p. 962/140 



Criminal Justice Training Council 

411 Waverly Oaks Road, Waltham, MA 02154 

DWI Detection & Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Student 
Manual (Updated). 1995 [var. pag. ] [Prepared by: National Highway 
Traffic Safety Administration. ] 964/222 

Infrared Breath Test Operator Manual. 1996 [var. pag.] [Pre- 
pared by: Department of State Police, Office of Alcohol Testing.] 
962/141 

Resources for Teens Offered by Battered Women's Programs of 
Massachusetts. 1995 43 p. [Complied by: Teen Caucus of the 
Mass. Coalition of Battered Women's Service Groups & the Criminal 
Justice Training Council.] 961/177 

Canton Regional Police Academy 

900 Randolph Street, Canton MA 02021-1372 

Police In-Service Training 1996/7: Student Reference Materials. 
1996 [var. pag.] 964/223 

Commonwealth Police Service 

Massachusetts Criminal Procedure, Statutory & MV Update for 
Police Officers: Student Handout. By Patrick M. Rogers and Robin M 
Borges 1996 [var. pag.] 964/224 

Norwood Police Academy 

Police Officers In-Service Training 1996/97. 1996 46 p. 
964/225 

Supervisors In-Service Training 1996/97. 1996 46 p. 964/226 

Department of Correction 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Statistical Report on the Furlough Program 1992- 
By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. 1993 35 p. Publication No. 376 
961/178 

Questions Concerning Biological Risk Factors for Criminal 
Behavior: A Commissioned Study (Line Item 1102-8969 of the 
Prison Bond Bill 1996). 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared m 
cooperation with the Department of Education and Public Health.] 
971/227 



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Department of Correction, continued 

Rules and Regulations Governing All of the Employees of the 
Massachusetts Department of Correction, February 1, 1983. 1991 

28 p. [This booklet cancels the rulebook approved October 26, 
1961.] 963/341 

A Statistical Description of Residents of Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions on January 1, 1993. 1993 95 p. 
Publication No. 375 961/179 

A Study of the Massachusetts Department of Correction 
Classification System: A Provision Contained in Chapter 12 of 
the Acts of 1996, Section 25. 1996 [var. pag.] 961/228 

Correctional Education Coordinating Committee (CECO 

Functional Literacy Program as Mandated by Chapter 12 of the 
Acts of 1996. 1996 10 p. 961/229 

Research & Planning 

1993 Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of 
Correction. By Lisa Lorant Sampson and Ramon Raagas 1995 38 p. 
Publication 387 961/180 

1994 Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of 
Correction. By Lisa Lorant Sampson and Ramon Raagas 1996 23 p. 
963/342 

The Background Characteristics and Recidivism Rates for Releases 
from Massachusetts Correctional Institutions During 1991. 
By Joanna Heliotis 1995 72 p. Publication 384 961/181 

Court Commitments to Massachusetts County Facilities During 1993. 
By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. 1995 38 p. Publication 388 961/182 

Court Commitments to Massachusetts County Facilities During 1994. 
By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. 1996 21 p. 963/343 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During 1993. By Joanna Heliotis 1995 

29 p. Publication 386 961/183 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During 1994. By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. 
1996 29 p. 963/344 

A Statistical Description of the Sentenced Population of 
Massachusetts Correctional Institutions on January 1, 1994. 
By Ramon V. Raagas and Barbara A. Hartwell 1995 26 p. 
Publication 385 961/184 



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Department of Correction, continued 

A Statistical Description of the Sentenced Population of I 

Massachusetts Correctional Institutions on January 1, 1995. ! 

By Ramon V. Raagas and Barbara A. Hartwell 1996 27 p. 963/344a| 

I 
Research Division 
365 Commonwealth Avenue, West Concord, MA 01742 

Evaluation of the Pre-Parole Residential Environment Phase 
(PPREP) Program. 1994 32 p. Publication No. 379 961/185 

Department of Education 

350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148-5023 

Dropout Rates in Massachusetts Public Schools: 1995. 1996 
[var. pag.] 962/142 

Hearing Rules for Special Education Appeals. 1996 16 p. 
963/345 

Massachusetts Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results 1995. 1996 
[var. pag.] [Information can be found on the World Wide Web at 
http://info.doe.mass.edu. ] 962/143 

Operational Protocols: Responsibilities of the Department of 
Social Services and School Districts for Children in DSS Care or 
Custody. 1996 22 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Department 
of Social Services.] 962/144 

School Directory 1995 - 1996. 1996 78 p. [Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 
02133 (617) 727-2834. This document is also available on the 
World Wide Web at http://info.doe.mass.edu.] 964/230 

Student Expulsions in Massachusetts Public Schools: 1994/95. 19< 
[unpaged] 961/186 

"Working on the Water", Schooner Ernestina. n.d. [unpaged] [In 
cooperation with the Old Dartmouth Historical Society/New Bedforc 
Whaling Museum. ] 962/145 , 

Accountabi 1 i ty and Evaluation Services ] 

Plans of High School Graduates: The Class of 1995. 1996 20 p. 
963/346 

MEAP ( Massachusetts Educational Assessment Program) 

Statewide Summary 1996. 1996 35 p. [Also available on the 
Internet at: http://info.doe.mass.edu] 964/2 31 



Department of Education, MEAP ( Massachusetts Educational Assessment 
Program, continued 

Summary of District Performance 1996. 1996 [unpaged] [Also 
available on the Internet at: http://info.doe.mass.edu] 964/232 

Department of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

How Your Unemployment Insurance Benefits Are Determined. 1995 
2 p. 961/187 

A Report on Needs-Based Payments and Supportive Service Policies 
in the Massachusetts Employment and Training System. By Pamela 
Wescott and Constance Davis 1984 25 p. 961/188 

Customer Services Department , Communications Unit 

Quarterly Report: Information for Massachusetts Employers, 
Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 962/146 

Economic Research & Analysis Service 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts and the Major Metropolitan 
Statistical Areas; Annual Averages 1998 - 1992. 1993 49 p. 
[Prepared by ES-202 Program.] 961/189 

Employment in Establishments Subject to the Massachusetts 
Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation for Federal 
Employees: Distributions of Establishments and Employment by Size 
Groups. 1988 5 p. 962/147 

Employment in Establishments Subject to the Massachusetts 
Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation for Federal 
Employees: Distributions of Establishments and Employment by Size 
Groups. 1989 5 p. 962/148 

Employment in Establishments Subject to the Massachusetts 
Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation for Federal 
Employees: Distributions of Establishments and Employment by Size 
Groups. 1990 5 p. 962/149 

Employment in Establishments Subject to the Massachusetts 
Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation for Federal 
Employees: Distributions of Establishments and Employment by Size 
Groups. 1991 5 p. 962/150 

Employment in Establishments Subject to the Massachusetts 
Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation for Federal 
Employees: Distributions of Establishments and Employment by Size 
Groups. 1992 5 p. 962/151 



Department of Employment and Training, Economj c Research and Analvsi ' 
Service, continued — ' 

Employment in Establishments Subject to the Massachusetts 
Employment Security Law and Unemployment Compensation for Federal 
Employees: Distributions of Establishments and Employment by Size 
Groups. 1993 5 p. 962/152 

Economic Research Service 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 1996. 1996 9 p. 961/19C 
Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1996. 1996 7 p. 963/347 
Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/348 

Field Research Service 

Employment 2000: Projected Trends in Industry and Occupational 
Employment in Massachusetts 1987 - 2000. By Robert Vinson 1989 
[unpaged] 961/191 

Projected Trends in Industry and Occupational Employment. 1988 
[unpaged] 961/192 

Job Training Partnership Administration 

Update on Local Elected Of f icials/SDA/REB List. 1994 17 n 
961/193 ^" 

Office of Training and Employment Policy (OTEP) 

Massachusetts Employment and Training System Briefing Materials. 
1987 41 p. 961/194 

Regional Economic Analysis and Technical Assistance 

Military Prime Contract Awards in Massachusetts by Service 
Delivery Area (SDA) and City and Town for Fiscal Years 1987 and 
1989 to 1993. By Edward Kaznocha n.d. [unpaged] 961/195 

Department of Environmental Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Estimated Withdrawals and Use of Freshwater in Massachusetts 
1990. By Lisa Bratton et al . 1996 [var. pag.] Water-Resources 
Investigations Report 93-4151 [Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. 
Geological Survey.] 963/349 

Greylock Center: Request for Development Proposals (Expanded 
Program). 1996 76 p. [Includes maps.] 962/153 



Department of Environmental Management, continued 

Lake and Pond Management Coursebook: A Comprehensive Short 
Course in Strategies to Preserve and Restore Lakes 1996 New England 
Lake Conference Edition. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Horsley & 
Witten, Inc.] 963/350 

Lake and Pond Management Field Manual: A Comprehensive Short 
Course in Strategies to Preserve and Restore Lakes 1996 New England 
Lake Conference Edition. By David Mitchell et al. 1996 142 p. 
[Prepared by: Horsley & Witten, Inc.] 962/154 

Report to the Board of Environmental Management on the Policy 
for Off -Road Vehicle Use in Massachusetts Forests and Parks. 1995 
23 p. 963/351 

GOALS (Guidelines for Operations and Land Stewardship) 

State Forests & Parks in the Northeastern Connecticut Valley 
Region (Draft). 1996 130 p. 964/233 

Historic Curatorship Program 

Adaptive Reuse of The Farmhouse at Maudslay State Park 
Newburyport, Massachusetts: Request for Proposals. 1996 78 p. 
964/234 

Adaptive Reuse of The Gatekeeper's House and Barn at Lowell 
Heritage State Park, Lowell, Massachusetts: Request for Proposals. 
1996 72 p. 963/352 

Building Conditions Survey for The Bradley Palmer Coach House 
at Bradley Palmer State Park, Topsfield, Massachusetts. 1995 47 p. 
[Prepared by: Ocmulgee Associates Consulting Structural Engineering] 
963/353 

Building Conditions Survey for the Bradley Palmer Mansion at 
Bradley Palmer State Park, Topsfield, MA. 1995 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by: Ocmulgee Associates Consulting Structural 
Engineering.] 963/354 

Building Conditions Survey for The Farmhouse at Maudslay State 
Park Newburyport, Massachusetts. 1996 36 p. [Prepared by: 
Ocmulgee Associates Consulting Structural Engineering and 
Robert Carlson. ] 964/235 

Building Conditions Survey for The Lamson House and Carriage 
Garage at Bradley Palmer State Park, Topsfield, Massachusetts. 1995 
47 p. [Prepared by: Ocmulgee Associates Consulting Structural 
Engineering. ] 963/355 



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Department of Environmental Management, continued 
Office of Water Resources 

1994 Lake and Pond Grant Program: Program Description and 
Application Procedures. 1994 9 p. 964/236 

1995 Lake and Pond Grant Program: Program Description and 
Application Procedures. 1993 6 p. 964/237 

1996 Lake and Pond Grant Program: Program Description and 
Application Procedures. 1995 7 p. 964/238 

1997 Lake and Pond Grant Program: Program Description and 
Application Procedures. 1996 7 p. 964/239 

Massachusetts Registered Well Drillers List 1996/97, Current 
as of November 1996. 1996 15 p. 964/240 

Department of Environmental Protection 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Changes to the Title 5 Large System Inspection Schedules. 1996 
3 p. 964/241 

Home Composting Bin Grant Awards 1994, 1995 & 1996. 1996 5 p 
963/356 

Massachusetts Brownfields Update, Autumn 1995. 1995 6 p. 
964/242 

Questions and Answers about the Massachusetts Rivers Protection Ac1 
1996 6 p. 963/357 

Report to the General Court Submitting Proposals for Ensuring 
Environmental Cleanup and Promoting the Redevelopment of 
Contaminated Properties. 1996 80 p. 1996 House Doc 6349 
[Report is pursuant to section 24 of Chapter 295 of the Acts of 1996. 
964/243 

Note: The following publication is available in film only. 

Technical Evaluation of Title 5, The State Environmental Code 
(310 CMR 15.00). 1991 482 p. [Prepared by: DeFeo, Wait & 
Associates, Inc.] 964/244 

Title 5: What We Have Accomplished and What's Ahead. 1995 9 p. 
961/196 

Wastewater Collection and Return Flow in New England, 1990. 
By Laura Medalie 1996 79 p. Water-Resources Investigations 
Report 95-4144 [Prepared by: U.S. Geological and Survey and 
Environmental Departments of the New England States.] 962/155 



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Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

PEP Master Permit Guide 

Update. 1996 [var. pag.] 963/358 

Division of Enhanced Vehicle Inspection & Maintenance 

Massachusetts Hybrid Program Description. 1996 [var. pag.] 
962/156 

Public Affairs Office 

Answers to Your Burning Questions: What You Should Know about 
Open Burning in Massachusetts. 1996 2 p. 962/157 

DEP Quick Reference Guide. n.d. 4 p. 961/197 

DEP: Twenty Years of Environmental Protection in Massachusetts. 
1994 2 p. 961/198 

Title 5: Consumer Protection Tips; Septic System Inspections 
and Repairs. 1995 2 p. 961/199 

Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency has changed its name to Department of 
Environmental Protection. 

Lawrence Experiment Station 

37 Shattuck Street, Lawrence, MA 01844 

Certification Status of Commercial Environmental Laboratories 
Engaged in Chemical Analyses of Waters. 1986 7 p. 961/200 

Certification Status of Commercial Environmental Laboratories 
Engaged in Chemical Analyses of Waters. 1987 10 p. 961/201 

Department of Fisheries, Wildlife & Environmental Law Enforcement 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1901, Boston, MA 02202 

Jug End State Reservation and Wildlife Management Area: 
Final Management Plan. 1996 63 p. [Prepared by: Giezentanner 
Associates.] 963/359 

The Registration & Titling Bureau: Information About Registering 
and Titling Boats in Massachusetts. n.d. 2 p. 961/202 



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Department of Food and Agriculture 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Farmers' Market Listing 1996. 1996 4 p. 962/158 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 6, no. 1, Winter 1991, I99i 4 n 
961/203 *^' 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 7, no. 3, Fall 1992. 1992 4 p 
961/204 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 8, no. 1, Winter 1993 1993 4 n 
961/205 ^' 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 8, no. 3, Winter 1993. 1993 4 p 
961/206 

The Fresh Connection, vol. 9, no. 3, Winter 1994/95 1995 4 n 
961/209 ^' 

The Fresh Connection, Spring 1995. 1995 4 p. 961/207 

The Fresh Connection, Fall 1995. 1995 4 p. 961/208 

Massachusetts Agricultural Fairs 1996/97. n.d. 4 p. 961/210 

Massachusetts Agri-Tourism Directory. n.d. 16 p. 961/211 

Mobil Oil Corporation's Five Year Vegetation Management Plan. 
1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Vegetation Control Service, Inc.] 
962/159 



Department of Industrial Accidents 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Circular Letter No. 283. 1996 11 p. 963/360 

Office of Education and Vocational Rehabilitation (OEVRI 

Annual Report FY96: Getting People Back to Work. 1996 [var. 
[Also includes the FY97 Directory of Approved Providers and OEVR 
Territories.] 964/245 



OEVR Practice Guidelines for Voc Rehab Providers. 1995" — T'd. ~~~~^ 
964/246 

VR Provider Orientation Materials. n.d. [var. pag.] 964/247 



Department of Labor & Industries 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1107, Boston, MA 02202 

Workplace Safety and Health Bulletin, vol- 1, no. 2, Winter 1996. 
1996 6 p. 962/160 

Division of Occupational Statistics 

Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in Massachusetts 1993. n.d. 
[var. pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of 
Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.] 962/161 

Department of Manpower Development 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

DMD Property Control System Policies and Procedures Manual. 
1980 [var. pag,] 961/212 

High Demand Occupations in Massachusetts 1981. n.d. 79 p. 
961/213 

Job Factory Participant Manual, Attachment 17. n.d. 45 p. 
961/214 

Labor Market Information Unit 

A Directory of Employers in the Lawrence Labor Market Area 
Arranged by Industry Code and Employment Size Class. 1979 
[unpaged] 961/215 

Occupational Staffing Patterns in Massachusetts Industries, 
Appendix E (Draft). 1979 [unpaged] 961/216 

Selected High Net Demand Occupation in the Worcester Labor 
Market Area. n.d. [var. pag.] 961/217 

Policy and Evaluation Division 

Efforts to Match Information on the Demand and Supply of Labor 
in Massachusetts: Development of a Methodology to Estimate the 
Institutional Supply of Labor from CETA Skills Training Programs. 
By Christine LeCam and Pamela Frugoli 1980 [var. pag. ] [Prepared 
under a grant from the Massachusetts Occupational Information Coordi- 
nating Committee. ] 962/162 

Technical Assistance Manual: Methods and Strategies to Locate 
and Contact Survey Respondents. By Dianne Furlong 1980 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared in conjunction with the Region One Follow-Up Evaluation 
Division.] 961/218 



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Department of Manpower Development, continued 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

Research and Program Development Division 

Issues in the Development of an Employment and Training Strategy 
for the Handicapped in Massachusetts. By Edward Meehan 1979 
[var. pag.] 961/219 

Recent Trends in Employment, Unemployment and Personal Incomes 
in Massachusetts and the U.S. By Andrew Sum et al . 1978 [unpaged' 
961/220 

\ 
State Employment & Training Council j 

Overview: The Massachusetts State Employment and Training Council 
1979 14 p. 961/221 

Recommendations for Serving Displaced Homemakers . 1979 13 p. 
961/222 

Strengthening the System: A Functional Approach, A Report to 
the Governor on Employment and Training. 1979 33 p. 962/163 

State Manpower Services Council 

Department of Mental Health On-the-Job Training Project. 1978 
[var. pag.] 961/223 

Department of Mental Health 

25 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Conference on: Affective Disorders, State-of-the-Art Review. 
1996 [unpaged] [Conference held at the John F. Kennedy Library on 
September 19-20, 1996.] 963/361 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 6, Fall 1996. 1996 12 p. 
964/248 

Eguity Analysis, Revised 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/249 

Human Rights Handbook: Human Rights of Consumers, Role & 
Responsibilities of Human Rights Officers, Role & Responsibilities 
of Human Rights Committees, How to Train Staff Regarding Human 
Rights; Revised October 1995. 1995 69 p. 963/362 

Report on Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Service 
Recipient Mortality (1991 - 1993). 1996 56 p. [Prepared by: 
The Critical Incident Reporting Taskforce and The Evaluation 
Center § HSRI . ] 961/224 



Department of Mental Health, continued 

Report on Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Service 
Recipient Mortality (1991 - 1993) Executive Summary. 1996 7 p. 
[Prepared by: The Critical Incident Reporting Taskforce and The 
Evaluation Center @ HSRI . ] 961/225 

CABS Management Team 

Consumer Accounting and Billing System: Business Requirements. 
1996 71 p. 963/363 

Metro Boston Area Office 

Multi-Cultural Populations Resource Directory. 1996 125 p. 
[Prepared by: Office of Multi-Cultural Services/Refugee Assistance 
Program. ] 964/250 

Task Force on the Restraint and Seclusion of Persons Who Have Been 
Physically or Sexually Abused 

Report and Recommendations. By Elaine Carmen et al . 1996 
[var. pag.] 963/364 

Department of Mental Retardation 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Annual Report July 1, 1991 - June 30, 1992. n.d. 12 p. 
964/251 

Annual Report July 1, 1992 - June 30, 1993. n.d. 25 p. 
964/252 

Annual Report July 1, 1993 - June 30, 1994. n.d. 12 p. 
964/253 

Annual Report July 1, 1994 - June 30, 1995. n.d. 17 p. 
964/254 

Annual Report July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996. 1996 12 p. 
964/255 

Facing the Waiting List Challenge: Responding to the Needs of 
Individuals and Families. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/256 

Families 1,000: Portraits of 20 Families and Individuals 
Across Massachusetts from the DMR Campaign to Honor Those Who 
Made a Difference in the Lives of People with Mental Retardation, 
n.d. [unpaged] 961/226 



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Department of Personnel Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1995 Performance Recognition Awards: You Are the Best. 1995 
29 p. [Awards dinner held October 5, 1994.] 962/164 

Department of Procurement & General Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency has changed its name to the Operational Services 
Division. The address remains the same. 

Commodity Code Book, 2nd Edition. 1992 255 p. 963/365 

DPGSuggests. . .Volume 2, Issue III, Winter 1996- 1996 4 p. 
961/227 

DPGSuggests. . .Volume 3, Issue IV, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 
962/165 

Recycled Procurement Annual Report FY95. 1995 24 p. 962/166 

Re-Engineer ing Government Procurement Reform: Join the Team 
That's Changing the Future of Procurement. 1996 [var. pag. ] 
963/366 

Vendor Handbook. 1993 25 p. 963/367 

Office of Vehicle Management COVM) 

Motor Pool Driver's Handbook. 1994 16 p. 963/368 

Department of Piiblic Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities; Alphabetically as of 
February 26, 1996. 1996 64 p. [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
961/228 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities, Alphabetically as of 
June 5, 1996. 1996 64 p. [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
963/369 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities, Alphabetically by City 
and Town as of August 1996. 1996 64 p. 964/257 

Listing of Labs Sorted py Type and EID Date. 1996 [var. pag.] ' 
[This report is a computer printout.] 963/370 



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Department of Pxiblic Health, continued 

Listing of Massachusetts Clinics Alphabetically Current as 
of 5 June 1996. 1996 57 p. [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
963/371 

Listing of Massachusetts Home Health Agencies; Alphabetically by 
Name, Current as of 26 February 1996. 1996 16 p. [Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 
02133 (617) 727-2834.] 961/229 

Listing of Massachusetts Home Health Agencies, Alphabetically by 
Name as of June 5, 1996. 1996 16 p. [Copies are available at the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617) 727-2834.] 963/372 

Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals - Directory; Alphabetically 
by Facility, Name & Municipality, Current as of 26 February 1996. 
1996 17 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 961/230 

Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals Alphabetically by Facility, 
Name and Municipality: Directory Current as of June 1996. 
1996 17 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
963/373 

Massachusetts Hospital One and Five-Year Plan FY1978 - 1982. 
1978 [var. pag. ] 961/231 

Osteoporosis Awareness Week in Massachusetts. 1996 [var. pag.] 
[Includes fact sheets, week-long events, etc.] 962/167 

Surveillance of Severe Pediatric Undernutrition (SSPUN) Project: 
Massachusetts (Final Report). 1994 67 p. 964/258 

Note: The following report was done for Franciscan Children's 
Hospital and Rehabilitation Center, Boston. 

There's No Place Like Home: Meeting the Needs of Families of 
Children with Special Health Care Needs. By Lisa A. Sofis 1994 
44 p. [Funded by: The Deborah Munroe Noonan Memorial Fund. ] 
963/374 

Tobacco, Alcohol and Other Drug Use: Trends Among Massachusetts 
Public School Adolescents 1984 - 1993. 1994 [var. pag.] [Prepared 
by: Health & Addictions Research, Inc.] 962/168 



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Department of Public Health, continued 

HIV/ Bureau and AIDS Surveillance Program 
3 05 South Street, Boston, MA 02130 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, vol. 3, no. 1, 1st Quarter, January 
1996. 1996 6 p. 961/232 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, vol. 3, no. 2, 2nd Quarter, April 1996, 
1996 6 p. 962/169 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, vol. 3, no. 2, Third Quarter, Summer 
1996. 1996 6 p. 963/375 

Department of Public Safety 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Anti-Terrorism Personal Security Planning and Information Booklet. 
1996 25 p. [Program funded through a Federal Emergency Management 
Agency (FEMA) grant.] 964/259 

Domestic Violence Response Reference Handboook, First Edition. 
n.d. 68 p. #89-FV-CX-0010 Federal grant. 963/376 

Statewide Emergency Telecommunications Board 

9-1-1-Train the Trainer Program. n.d. [var. pag. ] 964/260 

Department of Public Utilities 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Boston Gas Company Rates and Charges Investigation (D.P.U. 
96-50 (Phase I)). 1996 399 p. M. D.P.U. Nos. 944-970 Tariffs, 
filed on May 7, 1996 to become effective June 1, 1996. 964/261 

Department of Public Works 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 
Note: This agency has changed its name to the Highway Department. 

Central Artery /Third Harbor Tunnel Project 
One South Station, Boston, MA 02110 

Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: Design 
Section D009A; Volume I of IV. 1992 [var. pag.] File No. 11747.91 
[Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental , Inc.] 962/170 

Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: Design 
Section D009A; Volume II of IV. 1992 [var. pag.] p. File 
No. 11747.91 [Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.] 962/171 



Department of Public Works, Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel 
Project, continued 
Note: This agency has changed its name to the Highway Department. 

Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: Design 
Section D009A; Volume III of IV, 1992 [var. pag. ] File No. 
11747.91 [Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental , Inc.] 962/172 

Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: Design 
Section D009A, Volume IV of IV. 1992 [var. pag.] p. File No. 
11747.91 [Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.] 962/173 

Department of Resource Conservation 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1404, Boston, MA 02202 

Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Greenway & Trail Forum, Fall 1995. 
1995 6 p. 961/233 

Department of Revenue 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204 

DOR Directive 96-1. 1996 1 p. 963/377 

DOR Directive 96-2. 1996 2 p. 963/378 

Guide to Filing Your 1995 Massachusetts Income Taxes. 1996 
62 p. 961/234 

A Guide to the Department of Revenue: Your Taxpayer Bill 
of Rights 1996. 1996 38 p. 961/235 

Masachusetts Domestic and Foreign Corporations Subject to an 
Excise: For the Use of Assessors, 1996 Supplement. 1996 61 p. 
962/174 

Massachusetts Tax Forms Package X 1995. 1995 384 p. 961/236 

Special Fuels: List of Licensed Suppliers, Form SFT 1204, 
Corrected through June 1994. 1994 22 p. 963/379 

Bureau of Accounts 

Annual Report on the Statistics of County Finances for the 
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1995. n.d. [unpaged] [Public Document 
No. 29] 964/262 

Child Support Enforcement Division 
215 First Street, Cambridge, MA 02142 

Performance Report to Senate and House Committees on Ways and 
Means. 1993 8 p. 963/380 

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Department of Revenue, continued 

Division of Local Services 

Annual Report on the Statistics of County Finances for the 
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1994. 1996 [unpaged] Public Document 
No. 29 963/381 i 

In Our Opinion. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by the Property Taxi! 
Bureau and also available on the World Wide Web at 
http://www.itiagnet.state.ina.us/dor/dls. ] 962/175 

Informational Guideline Release (IGR) Index (1980 - 1995). 1996 
54 p. [Prepared by the Property Tax Bureau and also available on 
the World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dor/dls.] 
962/176 

***Municipal Bulletin No. 31: Laws Relating to Municipal Finance 
and Taxation. 1996 656 p. 962/177 

The Municipal Data Bank (Update). 1995 29 p. 962/178 
Inspectional Services Division. Problem Resolution Office 

Profiles, Volume 2, Issue 3, Fall 1996. 1996 2 p. 964/263 

Municipal Data Management & Technical Assistance Bureau 

FY94 Cherry Sheet: Cities, Towns & Regional School Districts, 
n.d. 35 p. 961/237 

Publishing Services 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 11, no. 4, December 1995. 1995 ! 
16 p. 961/238 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 1, March 1996. 1996 12 
962/179 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 2, June 1996. 1996 8 p. 
963/382 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 3, September 1996. 1996 
12 p. 964/264 I 

Department of Social Services 

24 Farnsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210 i 

Directory. n.d. 2 p. 962/180 | 



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Department of Social Services, continued 

Office of Management . Planning & Analysis 

Chapter 288 - DA Referrals. n.d. 2 p. ASSIST Report 423F 
963/383 

Demographic Report on Consumer Populations July 1995. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1996 43 p. 962/181 

FEY '96 IV-B Plan Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer 
Population Served by the Department of Social Services, n.d. 
[unpaged] 963/384 

Policies and Procedures for Approval of External Research 
Proposals Utilizing DSS Data Base(s). 1984 3 p. Policy No. 84-004, 
Rev. 2/10/91 963/385 

Procedures for Handling Reguests for the Participation of DSS 
Foster Children in Hospital or University Based Research Studies. 
1990 1 p. Policy No. 91-005 963/386 

Profiles of Adopted Children and Guardianship Children EY95. 
By Antone C. Felix III 1996 36 p. 963/387 

Quarterly Report FY96, 2nd Quarter. 1996 17 p. 961/239 

Quarterly Report FY96, 3rd Quarter. By Antone C. Felix III 
and Walter E. Taylor 1996 17 p. 962/182 

Quarterly Report FY96, 4th Quarter, August 1996. 
By Antone C. Felix III and Walter E. Taylor 1996 17 p. 963/388 

Revised Tables for FY96 3rd Quarter. 1996 6 p. 963/389 

Department of State Police 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

1994 World Cup Soccer, Korean National Team Lodging & Practice 
Site, Security Operational Plan. By Michael J. Roche and 
Stephen C. Leary 1994 [var. pag.] 963/390 

1994 World Cup Soccer, Tearaa Argentina Lodging & Practice Site, 
Security Operational Plan, Revised Edition. By Michael J. Roche 
and Stephen C. Leary 1994 [var. pag. ] 963/391 

Head of the Charles Regatta Operations Plan. 1994 [var. pag.] 
[Regatta held on Sunday, October 23, 1994.] 963/392 



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Department of State Police, continued 

Crime Reporting Unit 

Homicide in Massachusetts 1995. By Daniel Bibel et al. 1996 
24 p. 964/265 

Preliminary Annual Crime Statistics 1995. 1996 [unpaged] 
962/183 

Office of the Superintendent 

470 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701 

Administrative Review: Crash of the Eurocopter Model AS350B 
Helicopter on February 22, 1995. 1996 14 p. 963/393 

Department of the State Auditor 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Letter to the Secretary of Transportation and Construction, 
James J. Kerasiotes Regarding the Privatization of Maintenance 
in Essex County. By A. Joseph DeNucci 1996 4 p. 963/394 

Semi-Annual Report January - June 1996. 1996 93 p. 964/266 

A-128 

Abington Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 33 p. No. 96-3076-8 964/267 

Arlington Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 31, 199f 
1996 32 p. No. 96-3061-8 963/395 

Auburn Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 38 p. No. 96-3065-8 964/268 

Avon Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
30 p. No. 96-3011-8 961/240 

Belmont Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995, 1996 
32 p. No. 96-3038-8 962/184 

Billerica Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 31 p. No. 96-3034-8 963/396 

Bourne Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1995 
37 p. No. 95-3017-8 961/241 

Braintree Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1994 
1995 33 p. No. 95-3028-8 961/242 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128 . continued 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 

1994. 1996 34 p. No. 95-3088-8 961/243 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 

1995, 1996 34 p. No. 96-3013-8 964/269 

Brockton Redevelopment Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 22 p. No. 96-3026-8 962/185 

Brookline Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 
1996 36 p. No. 96-3043-8 961/244 

Chicopee Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
33 p. No. 96-3048-8 962/186 

Clinton Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 

33 p. No. 96-3040-8 962/187 

Concord Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
37 p. No. 96-3054-8 963/397 

Dartmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1995 
30 p. No. 95-3006-8 961/245 

Dracut Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 
1996 36 p. No. 96-3075-8 964/270 

Duxbury Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1996 
29 p. No. 96-3037-8 961/246 

Easton Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1996 
32 p. No. 96-3057-8 962/188 

Everett Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 
1996 32 p. No. 96-3060-8 963/398 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 
1996 46 p. No. 96-3031-8 962/189 

Falmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 

34 p. No. 96-3024-8 962/190 

Fitchburg Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1994. 
1996 34 p. No. 96-3021-8 961/247 

Framingham Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1994 
1996 40 p. No. 96-3009-8 961/248 

Gardner Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 
1996 34 p. No. 96-3020-8 964/271 



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Department of tbe State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Halifax Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
30 p. No. 96-3070-8 963/399 

Hanson Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995 
1996 34 p. No. 96-3064-8 963/400 

Haverhill Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 
1996 34 p. No. 96-3044-8 961/249 

Holliston Housing Authority July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1994. 

1995 33 p. No. 95-3084-8 961/250 

Hudson Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 

1996 33 p. No. 96-3045-8 964/272 

Ipswich Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 
1996 35 p. No. 96-3072-8 963/401 

Leominster Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 

1994. 1996 36 p. No. 95-3077-8 961/251 

Lowell Housing Authority October 1, 1993 to September 30, 1994. 

1995 44 p. No. 95-3079-8 961/252 

Lynn Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1996 
48 p. No. 96-3012-8 961/253 

Maiden Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 

1996 36 p. No. 96-3053-8 963/402 

Mansfield Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 

1995. 1996 31 p. No. 96-3025-8 962/191 

Maynard Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1994. 
1996 30 p. No. 96-3030-8 961/254 

Maynard Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 30 p. No. 97-3008-8 964/273 

Melrose Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 32 p. No. 96-3062-8 963/403 

Milford Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1996 
37 p. No. 96-3055-8 963/404 

Milton Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. I 
1996 35 p. No. 97-3011-8 964/274 | 

Natick Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 34 p. No. 96-3063-8 964/275 



Department of the State Auditor, A-128 , continued 

New Bedford Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 

1994. 1996 43 p. No. 95-3075-8 961/255 

Newton Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1994. 
1996 38 p. No. 96-3002-8 961/256 

North Reading Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1994. 

1995 30 p. No. 95-3005-8 961/257 

Oxford Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
34 p. No. 96-3042-8 962/192 

Pembroke Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 

33 p. No. 96-3029-8 963/405 

Pittsfield Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 

1996 35 p. No. 96-3036-8 961/258 

Plymouth Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 

34 p. No. 96-3024-8 961/259 

Quincy Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
38 p. No. 96-3077-8 964/276 

Revere Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
40 p. No. 96-3001-8 962/193 

Rockport Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
30 p. No. 96-3047-8 962/194 

Salem Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 
1996 36 p. No. 96-3056-8 963/406 

Scituate Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995, 
1996 30 p. No. 96-3058-8 963/407 

Springfield Housing Associates, Inc. April 1, 1994 to March 31, 

1995. 1996 21 p. No. 96-3049-8 961/260 

Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 
1996 40 p. No. 96-3002-8 961/261 

Stow Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
29 p. No. 96-3046-8 963/408 

Taunton Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 35 p. No. 96-3067-8 964/277 

Tewksbury Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 37 p. No. 96-3066-8 963/409 



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Department of the State Auditor, A-128. continued 

Wakefield Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 33 p. No. 96-3027-8 962/195 

Ware Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
29 p. No. 96-3041-8 962/196 

Watertown Housing Authority January 1, 1994 to December 31, 

1994. 1996 33 p. No. 96-3023-8 961/262 

Wayland Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 37 p. No. 96-3014-8 961/263 

Wellesley Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 

1995. 1996 32 p. No. 96-3073-8 963/410 

West Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 

1996. 1996 34 p. No. 96-3069-8 964/278 

Westfield Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 
1996 30 p. No. 96-3068-8 963/411 

Winchendon Housing Authority October 1, 1993 to September 30, 

1994. 1995 38 p. No. 95-3087-8 961/264 

Winchendon Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 

1995. 1996 33 p. No. 96-3009-8 964/279 

Winchester Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 30 p. No. 96-3035-8 961/265 

Woburn Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
36 p. No. 96-3003-8 962/197 

AS 

Highway Department's (MHD) High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Carpool 
Lane November 1995 to May 1996. 1996 3 p. No. 96-0506-5 
962/198 

Ch. 647 

Department of Mental Retardation Northeast Region Hogan 
Regional Center in Accordance with Chapter 647 of the Acts of 1989, 
1996 10 p. No. 96-2012-9 962/199 

Department of Revenue. 1995 5 p. No. 95-2009-2 961/266 

Salem State College - Upward Bound and Enrichment Activities 
to Ready Local Youth Programs in Accordance with Chapter 647 of 
the Acts of 1989. 1996 15 p. No. 95-2008-2 962/200 



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Department of the State Auditor, Ch. 647 , continued 

Statewide Review of Property Controls of the University of 
Massachusetts System. 1995 41 p. No. 94-2005-2 961/267 

Westfield State College on Property and Equipment Controls 
January 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 10 p. No. 96-2011-2 
963/412 

Division of Local Mandates 

10 West Street, 6th floor, Boston, MA 02111 

A Review of the Clean Environment Fund and Its Impact on 
State and Local Government. 1996 39 p. 964/280 

EDP 

Bristol County District Attorney's Office Data Processing 
Operations September 25, 1995 to November 22, 1995. 1996 8 p. 
No. 96-1264-4F 962/201 

Department of Industrial Accidents July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 16 p. No. 96-0222-4R 963/413 

Department of Procurement and General Services Financial and 
EDP-Related Controls July 1, 1994 through February 2, 1996. 
1996 23 p. No. 96-0033-4 963/414 

Executive Office of Labor General Controls over Data 
Processing Operations May 30, 1995 through August 31, 1995. 
1995 12 p. No. 95-1324-4C 961/268 

Massachusetts Bay Community College EDP and Financial-Related 
Controls July 1, 1994 through May 10, 1996. 1996 17 p. 
No. 96-0196-4F 963/415 

Massachusetts Firefighting Academy EDP Related Controls 
July 1, 1993 through June 30, 1995. 1995 11 p. No. 95-0012-4C 
961/269 

State Racing Commission Integrated Financial-Related Controls 
Examination July 1, 1994 through February 23, 1996. 1996 19 p, 
No. 96-0068-4C 963/416 

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth EDP Related Controls 
July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1995 12 p. No. 95-0210-4F 
961/270 

University of Massachusetts Lowell October 25, 1995 through 
March 3, 1996. 1996 20 p. No. 95-0206-4C 963/417 



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Department of the State Auditor, EDP, continued 

Worcester State Hospital Billing Activities and General 
Controls over Data Processing Operations July 1, 1992 to 
March 31, 1995. 1995 21 p. No. 95-0269-4C 961/271 

FR 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's 
Policies, Massachusetts General Laws and Regulations and Federal 
0MB Circular A-128 Requirements for Selected Payments from State 
Funds and Selected Payments from Nonmajor Federal Programs FY95. 
1996 10 p. No. 96-5007-2 962/202 

Agency Compliance v;ith the Office of the Comptroller's Year-End 
Closing Instructions for Cash and Revenue Management FY95. 1996 
17 p. No. 95-5002-2 963/418 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the State Comptroller's 
Official Year-End Closing/Opening Instructions for Encumbrance 
and Advance Fund Management FY95. 1996 22 p. No. 95-5001-2 
963/419 

Alternatives Unlimited, Inc. 1996 19 p. No, 94-4357-2 
961/272 

Amherst Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1994 
to June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-874-2 962/203 

Appellate Tax Board. 1996 4 p. No. 96-143-2 962/204 

Ayer Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1037-2 961/273 

Barnstable Division District Court Department, Trial Court of 
the Commonwealth. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1189-2 963/420 

Berkshire Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller Non-Appro- 
priated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1992 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 8 p. No. 96-0190-2 963/421 

Berkshire District - District Attorney's Office. 1996 2 p. 
No. 96-1261-2 963/422 

Boston Municipal Court Department. 1996 7 p. No. 95-1131-2 
964/281 

Bourne Recreation Authority for the two fiscal years ended 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0844-2 964/282 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR. continued 

Bridgewater State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller Non- 
Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1993 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 8 p. No. 96-0177-2 963/423 

Brimfield Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 
1996 3 p. No. 96-0858-2 963/424 

Bunker Hill Community College Administrative Expenditures. 1995 
21 p. No. 95-192-2 961/274 

Bunker Hill Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller Non- 
Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1993 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-0192-2 962/205 

Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1263-2 963/424A 

Carver Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 
1996 9 p. No. 96-1285-2 962/206 

Charlton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1279-2 961/275 

Criminal Justice Training Council. 1996 9 p. No. 95-53-2 
961/276 

Dalton Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 
1996 4 p. No. 96-638-2 961/277 

Dedham Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-641-2 961/278 

Department of Correction's Medical Services Contract with EMSA 
Limited Partnership. 1995 32 p. No. 95-6005-2 961/279 

Department of Mental Health Metro-South Area Office. 1996 
11 p. No. 95-241-2 961/280 

Department of Mental Health Southeastern Area Office. 1996 6 p. 
No. 95-243-2 961/281 

Department of Mental Health Western Massachusetts Area Office. 
1996 15 p. No. 95-0237-2 964/283 

Department of Mental Retardation Southeast Region V Office. 
1996 6 p. No. 95-1405-2 963/425 



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Department of the state Auditor, FR^ continued 

Determination of Whether Net State Tax Revenues Exceeded 
Allowable State Tax Revenues for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 
1996. 1996 15 p. No. 97-5555-2 964/284 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies. 1996 13 p. No. 95-0100-2 
963/426 

Division of Fisheries and Wildlife January 1, 1994 to December 31/ 
1995. 1996 10 p. No. 96-5042-2 963/427 

Division of Medical Assistance's Benefit Coordination and 
Recovery Section's Third-Party Liability Unit July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 6 p. No. 96-5013-2 961/282 

Dr. Harry Solomon Mental Health Center. 1995 11 p. 
No. 95-1372-2 961/283 

Dudley District Court Clerk-Magistrate's Office. 1996 4 p. 
No. 96-1186-2 962/207 

Dudley Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0970-2 963/428 

East Longmeadow Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-647-2 963/429 

Executive Office for Administration and Finance - Fiscal 
Affairs Division. 1996 7 p. No. 96-0030-5 964/285 

Fall River Division, District Court Department, Trial Court 
of the Commonwealth. 1996 3 p. No. 96-1194-2 964/286 

Fall River Housing Authority Tenant Selection Procedures 
April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-3050-2 
962/208 

Fall River Line Pier, Inc. for the period January 1, 1995 
to December 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0504-5 963/430 

Fitchburg Law Library. 1996 12 p. No. 95-1106-2 963/431 

Gloucester Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 7 p. No. 96-0665-2 963/432 

Greenfield-Montague Transportation Area for the period of 
July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1276-2 
962/209 

Groton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1325-2 961/284 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Group Insurance Commission July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995, 
1996 2 p. No. 96-0040-2 964/287 

Hadley Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-670-2 961/285 

Hinghan Housing Authority. 1996 1 p. No. 96-0674-2 962/210 

Hull Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 1996 
6 p. No. 96-683-2 961/286 

Interest Income Credited to Massachusetts Employees' Annuity 
Savings Accounts in the Commonwealth's Retirement Systems 
Calendar Year 1994. 1996 7 p. No. 96-5100-3 963/433 

Lenox Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-692-2 961/287 

Local Aid Fund Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1995. 1996 33 p. N 
o. 96-5006-2 964/288 

Lynnfield Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1994 to 
March 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0860-2 961/288 

Massachusetts Bay Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs and Compliance with the Office of the 
Comptroller Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 
1992 to June 30, 1995. 1996 6 p. No. 96-0196-2 963/434 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's System of Internal 
Controls over Passenger Fare Revenue. 1996 2 p. No. 96-6007-9 
962/211 

Massachusetts College of Art Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs and Compliance with the Office of the 
Comptroller Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 
1992 to June 30, 1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-0181-2 962/212 

Massachusetts Commission for the Blind July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-0051-5 964/289 

Massachusetts Correctional Industries and Farm Services. 1996 
10 p. No. 95-1002-2 964/290 

Massachusetts Cultural Council. 1996 6 p. No. 95-1328-2 
964/291 

Medicaid Expenditures Related to the Rental or Purchase of 
Certain Durable Medical Equipment. 1996 15 p. No. 94-5025-2 
963/435 



83 



Department of the state Auditor, FR^ continued 

I 
Medway Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0714-2 962/213 

Mendon Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-7'f6-2 961/289 

Minis Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-725-2 962/214 

Monson Developmental Center July 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 
1996 2 p. No. 96-0262-2 964/292 j 

Nantucket Division District Court Department, Trial Court of ' 
the Commonwealth. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1196-2 963/436 

Nantucket Division Probate and Family Court Department, Trial 
Court of the Commonwealth. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1233-2 963/437 

Nantucket Regional Transit Authority for the period July 1, 
1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 1 p. No. 96-883-2 963/438 

Nantucket Superior Court Department, Trial Court of the 
Commonwealth. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1121-2 963/439 

North Adams State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller 
Non-Appropriated Funds Requirements July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 7 p. No. 96-0183-2 963/440 

North Shore Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995. 1996 9 p. No. 96-0202-2 
963/441 j 

Northbridge Housing Authority April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995. 
1996 2 p. No. 96-745-2 961/290 

Northwestern District - District Attorney's Office. 1996 2 p. 
No. 96-1260-2 963/442 

Office of the Commissioner of Probation. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1215- 
962/215 

Palmer Division of the District Court Department. 1996 3 p. 
No. 96-1169-2 964/293 

Palmer Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-752-2 962/216 

Paul A. Dever State School. 1996 18 p. No. 95-264-2 
963/443 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Pepperell Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1071-2 961/291 

Plymouth Division District Court Department, Trial Court of 
the Commonwealth. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1197-2 963/444 

Purchasing Controls and Procedures for Photocopying Equipment and 
Services. 1996 8 p. No. 95-5036-3 964/294 

Quinsigamond Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs and Compliance with the Office of the 
Comptroller Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 
1993 to June 30, 1995. 1996 7 p. No. 96-0203-2 963/445 

Registry of Motor Vehicles Internal Controls over Certificates 
of Inspection. 1996 6 p. No. 96-2019-2 964/295 

Registry of Motor Vehicles Internal Controls over the 
Depositing of Daily Receipts. 1996 8 p. No. 96-2013-2 964/296 

Rockland Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 4 p. No. 96-766-2 962/217 

Rowley Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 
1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-768-2 962/218 

Roxbury Community College. 1995 9 p. No. 95-2010-2 
[Tbis is a joint report by the Auditor and the Office of the 
Comptroller.] 961/292 

Salem State College Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs 
and Compliance with Office of the Comptroller Non-Appropriated 
Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995. 1996 
31 p. No. 96-0184-2 963/446 

Schooner Ernestina Commission July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 6 p. No. 96-1404-2 961/293 

Shelburne Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0879-2 962/219 

Springfield Technical Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs and Compliance with the Office of the 
Comptroller Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 
1993 to June 30, 1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-0205-2 962/220 

Suffolk County District Attorney's Office July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1255-2 963/447 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Topsfield Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-0859-2 963/448 

Transition and Ongoing Follow Up Reports on Certain Activities 
of the Department of Public Safety. 1996 23 p. No. 95-306-2 
962/221 

United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum Corporation for the 
period June 16, 1992 to March 31, 1995. 1996 4 p. No. 96-1371-2 
961/294 

University of Massachusetts Lowell. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0206-2 
964/297 

Wareham Division District Court Department, Trial Court of 
the Commonwealth. 1996 2 p. No. 96-1200-2 963/449 

West Boylston Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 
to September 30, 1995. 1996 5 p. No. 96-1278-2 963/450 

West Brookfield Housing Authority April 1, 1993 to December 31, 
1995. 1996 6 p. No. 96-1294-2 963/451 

Westford Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-812-2 961/295 

Woburn Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1995 2 p. No. 95-824-2 961/296 



Berkshire Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with Office of the Comptroller 
Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1995 to 
June 30, 1996. 1996 3 p. No. 97-0190-7 964/298 

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority July 1, 1993 to June 30, 
1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-0876-7 962/222 

Brockton Area Transit Authority July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1994. 
1995 4 p. No. 95-881-7 961/297 

Cape Ann Transportation Authority July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1994, 
1995 4 p. No. 96-395-7 961/298 

Community Development Finance Corporation July 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 3 p. No. 96-1022-7 964/299 

Division of Capital Planning and Operations' Administration of 
the Transportation Building Management Fund. 1996 13 p. No. 
95-4041-7 963/452 

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Department of the state Auditor, FU, continued 

Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority July 1, 
1993 to June 30, 1994. 1995 4 p. No. 95-1007-7 961/299 

Greeenfield Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs and Compliance with Office of the Comptroller 
Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1995 to 
June 30, 1996. 1996 3 p. No. 97-0194-7 964/300 

Greenfield Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller Non- 
Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 19 94 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 7 p. No. 96-0194-7 963/453 

Holyoke Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller 
Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0195-7 963/454 

Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-496-7 961/300 

Mount Wachusett Community College Federal Student Financial 
Assistance Programs and Compliance with the Office of the 
Comptroller Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements 
July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 19 p. No. 96-0200-7 
963/455 

North Adams State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with Office of the Comptroller Non-Appropri- 
ated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 
1996 3 p. No. 97-0183-7 964/301 

Southeastern Regional Transit Authority. 1996 7 p. No. 95-878-7 
962/223 

Westfield State College Federal Student Financial Assistance 
Programs and Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller 
Non-Appropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-0185-7 963/456 



Bay State Skills Corporation July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 5 p. No. 96-1271-3 963/457 

Canton Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to March 31, 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0628-3 963/458 



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Department of the State Auditor, P_^ continued 

Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project Oversight on Certain 
Design and Scheduling Activities and the Acquisition and 
Management of Certain Properties Acquired by Eminent Domain 
November 1, 1990 to December 31, 1995. 1996 33 p. No. 95-4044-3 
961/301 

Children's Trust Fund and The Child Abuse Prevention Board 
July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 9 p. No. 96-0082-3 
963/459 

Department of Environmental Protection (Theft of Bottle Bill 
Revenues). 1996 5 p. No. 97-5045-9 964/312 

East Bridgewater Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 
to June 30, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0645-3 964/303 

Executive Office of Communities and Development's Rental Voucher 
Program November 1, 1992 to June 30, 1995. 1996 16 p. 
No. 95-5037-3 964/304 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs' Administration of the Home 
Care Program. 1996 32 p. No. 95-4043-3 962/224 

Foxborough Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to 
June 30, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0657-3 964/305 

Franklin Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0660-3 963/460 

Hamilton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0671-3 963/461 

Hampden Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 
1996 6 p. No. 96-0842-3 964/306 

Holden Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0676-3 963/462 

The Institute for Developmental Disabilities, Inc. 1996 33 p. 
No. 94-4335-3 962/225 

Kingston Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0686-3 964/307 

Littleton Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 
1996 4 p. No. 96-0833-3 964/308 

Manchester Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 
1996 3 p. No. 97-0703-3 964/309 



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Department of the State Auditor, Pj_ continued 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority - Planning, 
Acquisition & Construction of Police Headquarters. 1996 18 p. 
No. 95-583-3 963/463 

Medicaid Payments for Certain Clinical Laboratory Tests. 1995 
21 p. No. 95-5028-3 961/302 

Millbury Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No, 96-0724-3 963/464 

Newburyport Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 
1996 3 p. No. 96-0734-3 964/310 

North Brookfield Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-0901-3 964/311 

Northshore Employment Training Income, Expenditures and 
Operating Deficits. 1996 22 p. No. 95-5036-3 964/312 

Northwestern District District Attorney's Office September 1994 
through June 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-6006-9 961/303 

Plymouth Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0760-3 964/313 

Procurement of Certain Building Improvements and Repair Services 
at the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital July 1, 1993 to September 21, 1994. 

1995 29 p. No. 95-300-9 961/304 

Randolph Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0763-3 963/465 

Sandwich Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0771-3 964/314 

Self-Help, Inc. October 1, 1992 through September 30, 1994. 

1996 27 p. No. 95-4359-3 961/305 

Sharon Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0775-3 964/315 

Somerset Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0777-3 964/316 

Somerville Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0778-3 964/317 

Southeastern Massachusetts University Building Authority July 1, 
1993 to December 31, 1994. 1995 14 p. No. 95-6003-9 961/306 



Department of the State Auditor, P^. continued 

State College Building Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 
1996 4 p. No. 96-0209-5 963/466 

Stonehani Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to 
March 31, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0788-3 964/318 

Student Supplemental Health Insurance Plans Offered to Students 
at the Comitionwealth's Public Institutions of Higher Education from 
Plan Inception to August 31, 1995. 1996 10 p. No. 95-5039-3 
964/319 

Sutton Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to March 31, 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0791-3 963/467 

Swampscott Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0792-3 963/468 

Templeton Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995, 
1996 4 p. No. 96-0872-3 964/320 

University of Massachusetts Building Authority July 1, 1994 to 
June 30, 1995. 1996 5 p. No. 96-0215-3 964/321 

Vietnam Veterans Workshop, Inc. , dba The New England Shelter for 
Homeless Veterans July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 27 p. 
No. 95-4365-3 961/307 

Walpole Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 2 p. No. 96-0800-3 962/226 

Water Resources Authority and Procurement of Power Equipment 
and the Design and Construction of the Thermal/Power Plant on Deer 
Island January 1, 1989 to November 30, 1995. 1996 16 p. 
No. 95-4042-3 961/308 j 

Wenham Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1995 to 
December 31, 1995. 1996 3 p. No. 96-0832-3 963/469 

Whitman Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0817-3 964/322 

Wrentham Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30 
1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97-0827-3 964/323 

PR 

Department of Employment and Training's Privatization of Of f -Site i 
Storage and Retrieval of Records. 1996 5 p. No. 96-2503-9 961,| 



Department of the State Auditor, PR^ continued 

Department of Environmental Management's Privatization of Certain 
of Its Ice Skating Rinks. 1996 7 p. No. 95-5033-3 963/470 

Highway Department - Privatization of Highway Maintenance 
Contracts. 1996 3 p. No. 97-2507-9 963/471 

Holyoke Community College's Proposal to Privatize Food Service 
Operations. 1996 7 p. No. 97-2506-9 964/325 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Proposal to Privatize 
Property Management and Real Estate Development Activities. 1996 
10 p. No. 96-2505-9 963/472 

MBTA - Privatization of Bus Shelter Maintenance. 1996 3 p. 
No. 97-2508-9 963/473 

Department of the State Treasurer 

Room 227, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

*$150,000,000 Special Obligation Revenue Bonds 1996 Series A, 
Dated: March 1, 1996, 1996 [var. pag. ] 961/310 

$150,000,000 Special Obligation Revenue Bonds 1996 Series A, 
Dated: March 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 961/311 

*$200,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 
1996, Series C, New Issue, Dated: August 21, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
[*Preliminary] 963/474 

$200,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996, 
Series C, New Issue, Dated: September 18, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
964/326 

*$225,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996, 
Series A, New Issue, Dated: January, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
[*Preliminary] 961/312 

$225,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996, 
Series A, New Issue, Dated: January 10, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
961/313 

$240,000,000 General Obligation Notes, 1995 Series A, Dated: 
June 20, 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] [This publication is commonly 
called "The Bible".] 962/227 

$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1995, 
Series D, Dated: November 9, 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] [This publi- 
cation is commonly called "The Bible".] 961/314 



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Department of the state Treasurer, continued 

*$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996, 
Series B and $240,000,000 General Obligation Notes 1996 Series A, 
New Issues, Dated: June 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] [*Preliininary . ] 
962/228 

$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996, 
Series B and $240,000,000 General Obligation Notes 1996 Series A, 
New Issues, Dated: June 5, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] p. 962/229 

*$560,000 ,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, 1996 Series A, 
Dated: February 15, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] [*Preliniinary] 
961/315 

$722,620,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds 1996 Series A; 
$200,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996, 
Series D, New Issue, Dated: November 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
964/327 

Fiscal Update: A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 2, no. 3, Winter 1995/96. 1996 5 p. 963/475 

Fiscal Update: A Quarterly Report from Treasurer Joe Malone, 
vol. 2, no. 4, Summer 1996. 1996 5 p. 963/476 

General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1995, College 
Opportunity Bonds, Series A, Dated: August 1, 1995. 1995 [var. 
pag.] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 
961/316 

Deferred Compensation 

Deferred Compensation Executive Update, May 1996. 1996 4 p. 
962/230 

Deferred Compensation Executive Update, October 1996. 1996 
4 p. 964/328 

Deferred Compensation Newsletter, Fourth Quarter 1995. 1995 
4 p. 961/317 

Deferred Compensation Newsletter, First Quarter 1996. 1996 
4 p. 962/231 

Deferred Compensation Newsletter, Second Quarter 1996. 1996 
4 p. 963/477 

Saving Makes "Cents" Program 

Teacher's Manual 1996/97. 1996 53 p. 964/329 



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Department of Transitional Assistance 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Feasibility and Cost Effectiveness Study of Developing a 
Statewide Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) System. n.d. 7 p. 
963/478 

Designer Selection Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1610, Boston, MA 02202 

Public Notice, List #96-4. 1996 34 p. 964/330 

Development Finance Agency 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 
Note: This agency is a merger of the Government Land Bank and 
the Industrial Finance Agency. 

Annual Report 1996. 1996 20 p. 964/331 

MASS. MEANS: News of the Massachusetts Development Finance 
Agency, Volume 1, Issue 1, Winter 1996. 1996 8 p. 961/318 

MASS. MEANS: News of the Massachusetts Development Finance 
Agency, Volume 1, Issue 2, Summer 1996. 1996 6 p. 964/332 

Developmental Disabilities Council 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02109 

The Government We Lose: Increasing Access or Creating Barriers? 
By Kyle E. McHugh and Ruth Celia Hahn 1996 32 p. [Produced by 
the Massachusetts Human Services Coalition.] 961/319 

The Government We Lose: Increasing Access or Creating Barriers? 
(Corrections). By Kyle E. McHugh and Ruth Celia Hahn 1996 2 p. 
[See also: 961/319] 962/232 

Low Incidence Disabilities: A Resource Guide to Groups Offering 
Information and Support to Persons with Low Incidence Disabilities 
1992/93. n.d. 32 p. 961/320 

Personal Care Assistance Workgroup 

Report. 1996 29 p. 962/233 



93 



Disabled Persons Protection CoHonission 

99 Bedford Street, Room 200, Boston, MA 02111 

A Guide to the Investigations Process of the Disabled Persons 
Protection Commission. n.d. 2 p. 961/321 

Commissioners 's Investigation Regarding Alleged Abuse of 
Disabled Persons at Westborough State Hospital. 1996 [var. pag.] 
964/333 

District Attorney for Middlesex County ^ 

40 Thorndike Street, 2nd floor, Cambridge, MA 02141 

District Court Handbook. n.d. [var. pag.] 963/479 

Oifetrict Attorney for Norfolk County 

360 Washington Street, P.O. Box 309, Dedham, MA 02027 

The Open Meeting Law: How to Follow the Open Meeting Law. 
By John Corbett et al. 1994 21 p. 963/480 

District Court Departnent 

Holyoke Building, Holyoke Square, Salem, MA 01970 

Administrative Office 

District Court Complaint Language Manual. 1994 484 p. 
964/334 

Model Jury Instructions for Use in the District Court, 1995 Editio 
1995 [var. pag.] [Accompanied by a 3 1/2" disk.] 961/322 

Model Jury Instructions for Use in the District Court, 1995 Editio; 
1995 [var. pag.] [This was not filmed as #961/322. We have re- 
ceived a release of the copyright for filming at this time.] 
963/481 

Division of Sanies and Loan Agencies 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

#93-001; Opinion: Robert S. Leadbetter. 1993 2 p. 962/436 

#93-002; Opinion: Partridge, Snow & Hahn. 1993 1 p. 
962/423 

#93-003; Opinion: Local Initiatives Support Corporation. 1993 
2 p. 962/395 



94 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#93-004; Opinion: Davis, Malm & D'Agostine. 1993 962/313 

#93-005; Opinion: Steven Hyde. 1993 1 p. 962/466 

#93-007; Opinion: One Plan, Inc. 1993 1 p. 962/422 

#93-008; Opinion: Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation. 
1993 2 p. 962/405 

#93-010; Opinion: Webb, Childs, McDonald Insurance Agency, Inc. 
1993 2 p. 962/486 

#93-011; Opinion: Somerset Savings Bank. 1993 2 p. 
962/455 

#93-012; Opinion: Payne, Negroni & Winston, P.C. 1993 2 p. 
962/425 . 

#93-014; Opinion: Florence Savings Bank. 1993 1 p. 
962/344 

#93-015; Opinion: Springfield Institution for Savings. 1993 
3 p. 962/459 

#93-016; Opinion: Burns & Levinson. 1993 2 p. 962/278 

#93-017; Opinion: Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti. 1993 
1 p. 962/481 

#93-018; Opinion: Foley, Hoag & Eliot. 1993 2 p. 962/347 

#93-019; Opinion: Kassler & Feuer. 1993 2 p. 962/380 

#93-023; Opinion: Reed, Smith, Shaw & McClay. 1993 2 p. 
962/433 

#93-024; Opinion: Hadlock & Powers. 1993 2 p. 962/360 

#93-025; Opinion: Cherkow & Kisner, P.C. 1993 2 p. 962/292 

#93-027; Opinion: Payne, Negroni & Winston, P.C. 1993 1 p. 
962/426 

#93-028; Opinion: Falmouth Co-Operative Bank. 1993 1 p. 
962/336 

#93-030; Opinion: A. I. Credit Corp. 1993 2 p. 962/237 

#93-031; Opinion: Massachusetts Federal Savings Council, Inc. 
1993 12 p. 962/400 



95 



Division of Banks and I.Qan Agencies, continued 

#93-032; Opinion: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder. 1993 2 p. 
962/368 

#93-033; Opinion: Customer Development Corporation. 1993 1 p. 
962/310 

#93-034; Opinion: Computer Ed Business Institute. 1993 1 p. 
962/301 

#93-037; Opinion: Stephen T. David, Esq. 1993 2 p. 
962/465A 

#93-038; Opinion: Nathanson & Goldberg. 1993 2 p. 962/407 

#93-040; Opinion: Kaye, Fialkow, Richmond & Rothstein. 1993 
2 p. 962/381 

#93-041; Opinion: Brown Rudnick Freed & Gesmer. 1993 1 p. 
962/275 

#93-043; Opinion: Bankers Systems, Inc. 1993 1 p. 962/255 

#93-044; Opinion: Central Credit Union Fund. 1993 2 p. 
962/285 

#93-045; Opinion: Essex Agricultural Credit Union. 1993 1 p. 
962/335 

#93-046; Opinion: Aldenville Credit Union. 1993 2 p. 
962/239 

#93-047; Opinion: Lexington Savings Bank. 1993 2 p. 962/394 

#93-048; Opinion: Aljolson Shepherd. 1993 1 p. 962/241 

#93-048(1); Opinion: Aljolson Shepherd. 1993 1 p. 962/242 

#93-050; Opinion: Esser, Singer, Eisenberg & Wainstein. 1993 
1 p. 962/334 

#93-051; Opinion: Ronald G. Lagasse. 1993 2 p. 962/439 

#93-052; Opinion: South Shore Bank. 1993 1 p. 962/456 

#93-053; Opinion: GMAC Mortgage Corporation. 1993 1 p. 
962/356 

#93-054; Opinion: Dennis E. McHugh, Esq. 1993 1 p. 962/317 



96 



Division of Banks and l-oan Agencies, continued 

#93-055; Opinion: Telephone Workers' Co-operative Bank. 1993 
2 p. 962/470 

#93-056; Opinion: Depository Financial Institutions. 1993 1 p. 
962/319 

#93-057; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1993 1 p. 
962/411 

#93-058; Opinion: Nathanson & Goldberg. 1993 2 p. 962/408 

#93-059; Opinion: America's Lending Network, Inc. 1993 1 p. 
962/248 

#93-062; Opinion: FMR Corp. 1993 2 p. 962/346 

#93-063; Opinion: Jeffrey J. Phillips & Associates. 1993 1 p. 
962/377 

#93-064; Opinion: Directors Mortgage Loan Corporation. 1993 
2 p. 962/320 

#93-066; Opinion: Chrysler Credit Corporation. 1993 1 p. 
962/293 

#93-067; Opinion: NCR Corporation. 1 p. #93-067 962/414 

#93-068; Opinion: Weil, Gotshal & Manges. 1993 2 p. 
962/487 

#93-070; Opinion: St. Jean's Credit Union. 1993 1 p. 
962/462 

#93-071; Opinion: Leominster Credit Union. 1993 2 p. 
962/391 

#93-073; Opinion: Senator Robert D. Wetraore. 1993 1 p. 
962/446 

#93-074; Opinion: Englander, Finks, Ross, Cohen & Pike. 1994 
2 p. 962/332 

#93-075; Opinion: Small Business Financial Services. 1994 1 p. 
962/453 

#93-076; Opinion: Avco Financial Services. 1993 1 p. 
962/252 

#93-077; Opinion: Levie Mortgage Investment Corporation. 1993 
1 p. 962/393 



Division of Banks and Loern Agencies, continued 

#93-080; Opinion: Goodwin, Procter & Hoar. 1993 2 p. 
962/357 

#93-081; Opinion: Nisen & Elliott. 1994 1 p. 962/419 

#93-083; Opinion: Bingham, Dana & Gould. 1994 1 p. 
962/268 

#93-084; Opinion: Gadbois & Bergeron. 1993 2 p. 962/353 

#93-085; Opinion: Foley, Hoag & Eliot. 1994 2 p. 962/348 

#93-088; Opinion: State of New Hampshire Banking Department. 
1993 1 p. 962/464 

#93-089; Opinion: The University of Northern Iowa. 1993 1 p. 
962/475 

#93-091; Opinion: PHH US Mortgage Corp. 1993 1 p. 962/428 

#93-092; Opinion: Connecticut Underwriters Incorporated. 1993 
1 p. 962/302 

#93-093; Opinion: Eastern Corporate Federal Credit Union. 1993 

1 p. 962/325 

#93-094; Opinion: Brickley, Sears & Sorett, P. A. 1993 1 p. 
962/272 

#93-095; Opinion: Weil, Gotshal & Manges. 1993 2p. 
962/488 

#93-096; Opinion: Goodwin, Procter & Hoar. 1994 2 p. 
963/482 

#93-097; Opinion: Peirson & Patterson. 1993 2 p. 963/483 

#93-098; Opinion: Foley, Hoag & Eliot. 1993 1 p. 963/484 

#93-099; Opinion: Quality Mortgage USA, Inc. 1993 1 p. 
963/485 

#93-100; Opinion: Bracewell & Patterson. 1993 2 p. 
963/486 

#93-101; Opinion: Lighthouse Investment Management, Inc. 1993 

2 p. 963/487 

#93-102; Opinion: Cosgrove, Eisenberg and Kiley, P.C. 1993 1 p. 
963/488 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#93-103; Opinion: Ropes & Gray. 1993 1 p. 963/489 

#93-104; Opinion: Crowley, Considine & Dray. 1993 1 p. 
963/490 

#93-105; Opinion: Hanify & King. 1993 1 p. 963/491 

#93-106; Opinion: CPF Premium Funding, Inc. 1993 2 p. 
963/492 

#93-107; Opinion: Boston Edison Employees Credit Union. 1994 
1 p. 963/493 

#93-108; Opinion: Bankers Systems, Inc. 1993 1 p. 963/494 

#93-109; Opinion: Bruce A. Issadore. 1993 2 p. 963/495 

#93-113; Opinion: Assurance Mortgage Corporation of America. 
1994 2 p. 963/496 

#93-114; Opinion: Bridgewater Savings Bank. 1993 1 p. 
963/497 

#93-115; Opinion: Edward & Angell . 1993 1 p. 963/498 

#93-116; Opinion: Sullivan & Worcester. 1994 2 p. 963/499 

#93-117; Opinion: Associated Mortgage, Ltd. 1994 2 p. 
963/500 

#93-118; Opinion: Gelfand, Rennett & Feldman. 1994 1 p. 
963/501 

#93-119; Opinion: Choate, Hall & Stewart. 1994 2 p. 
963/502 

#94-003; Opinion: Credit Union League of Massachusetts, Inc. 
1994 2 p. 962/306 

#94-004; Opinion: Pioneer Military Lending. 1994 2 p. 
962/429 

#94-005; Opinion: Springfield Street Railway Employees' Credit 
Union. 1994 2 p. 962/461 

#94-006; Opinion: Bay State Financial Services. 1994 2 p. 
962/262 

#94-008; Opinion: Century Financial Services. 1994 1 p. 
962/288 



99 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#94-009; Opinion: Shanks, Tritter, Ledbetter & Daniel. 1994 

1 p. 962/449 

#94-010; Opinion: Shirley Co-operative Bank. 1994 1 p. 
962/450 

#94-011; Opinion: Cambridge Trust Company. 1994 2 p. 
962/282 

#94-012; Opinion: Residential Funding Corporation. 1994 2 p. 
962/434 

#94-013; Opinion: Coldwell Banker Residential Group. 1994 

2 p. 962/294 

#94-014; Opinion: Brown, Rudnick, Freed & Gesmer. 1994 3 p. 
962/276 

#94-018; Opinion: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder. 1994 1 p. 
962/369 

#94-019; Opinion: Bankers Systems, Inc. 1994 1 p. 962/256 

#94-020; Opinion: Hudson Savings Bank. 1994 1 p. 962/373 

#94-021; Opinion: Foley, Hoag & Eliot. 1994 3 p. 962/349 

#94-022; Opinion: Sunbelt National Mortgage Corporation. 1994 

1 p. 962/468 

#94-023; Opinion: Schatz, Schwarz and Fenton, P.C. 1994 2 p. 
962/443 

#94-024; Opinion: Property Mortgage Consultants, Inc. 1994 2 p. 
962/431 

#94-025; Opinion: Colonial Co-operative Bank. 1994 2 p. 
962/295 

#94-027; Opinion: Tedder Chatzky Berends & Reedy. 1994 2 p. 
962/469 

#94-028; Opinion: North Brookfield Savings Bank. 1994 2 p. 
962/420 

#94-030; Opinion: Boston Edison Employee's Credit Union. 1994 

2 p. 962/271 

#94-031; Opinion: Rockland Trust. 1994 1 p. 962/438 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#94-032; Opinion: American Recovery Group, Inc. 1994 1 p. 
962/247 

#94-034; Opinion: Barclays American Mortgage Corporation. 

1994 2 p. 962/258 

#94-036; Opinion: David Haley. 1994 2 p. 962/312 

#94-037; Opinion: Berkshire Housing Development Corporation. 

1994 1 p. 962/267 

#94-038; Opinion: LeBoeuf , Lamb, Green & MacRae . 1995 2 p. 
962/388 

#94-041; Opinion: Telephone Workers' Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 
962/471 

# 94-042; Opinion: Bohaty & Bohaty. 1994 1 p. 962/270 

# 94-043; Opinion: Harvard University. 1994 2 p. 962/364 

#94-046; Opinion: Workers' Credit Union. 1994 2 p. 
962/491 

# 94-047; Opinion: CUNA Service Group, Inc. 1994 1 p. 
962/309 

#94-047; Opinion: CUNA Service Group, Inc. 1994 1 p. 
963/503 

#94-048; Opinion: Aldenville Credit Union. 1994 1 p. 
962/240 

#94-050; Opinion: Dun & Bradstreet, Inc. 1994 2 p. 962/323 

#94-052; Opinion: Commissioner of Banks and Trust Companies. 

1994 4 p. 963/504 

#94-053; Opinion: 8420-8 Charter Club Circle. 1994 1 p. 
962/236 

#94-055; Opinion: Goodwin, Procter & Hoar. 1995 2 p. 
962/358 

#94-057; Opinion: Brownstein Zeldman and Lore. 1995 2 p. 
962/277 

#94-059; Opinion: Frederick D. Royal, Esq. 1995 2 p. 
962/352 



101 



Division of BanJcs and Loan Agencies, continued 

#94-062; Opinion: Burns & Levinson. 1994 2 p. 
962/279 

#94-064; Opinion: Grippo & Elden. 1994 1 p. 962/359 

#94-066; Opinion: James Peter Ruane. 1994 1 p. 962/376 

#94-068; Opinion: Day, Berry & Howard. 1995 2 p. 962/314 

#94-069; Opinion: Barclays American Mortgage Corporation. 1995 
2 p. 962/259 

#94-070; Opinion: Venable, Baetjer, Howard & Civiletti. 1995 
2 p. 962/482 

#94-071; Opinion: First National Bank of Connecticut. 1994 1 p. 
962/342 

#94-074; Opinion: Salem Five Cents Savings Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/440 

#94-075; Opinion: Baltic International. 1994 1 p. 962/254 

#94-077; Opinion: Weil, Gotshal & Manges. 1995 2 p. 
962/489 

#94-078; Opinion: The Savings Bank. 1994 2 p. 962/474 

#94-079; Opinion: Commerce Bank & Trust Company. 1994 1 p. 
962/296 

#94-080; Opinion: Treasurer, Town of Wellesley. 1994 2 p. 
962/478 

#94-083; Opinion: Cambridge Portuguese Credit Union. 1995 
2 p. 962/281 

#94-084; Opinion: Florence Savings Bank. 1994 2 p. 962/345 

#94-085; Opinion: BayBanks Associates, Inc. 1994 1 p. 
962/263 

#94-104; Opinion: Empire of America Realty Credit Corp. 1995 
2 p. 962/330 

#94-105; Opinion: Peabody & Arnold. 1995 2 p. 962/427 

#94-106; Opinion: Luann Mitchell. 1994 1 p. 962/396 



102 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#94-107; Opinion: Electronic Payment Systems, Inc. 1994 2 p. 
962/329 

#94-109; Opinion: Crossland Mortgage Corp. 1994 2 p. 963/505 

#94-111; Opinion: Dorothy L. Green. 1994 1 p. 962/322 

#94-112; Opinion: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder. 1995 2 p. 
962/370 

#94-113; Opinion: Warner & Stackpole. 1994 2 p. 962/484 

#94-114; Opinion: Edward J. Denning. 1994 1 p. 962/327 

#94-115; Opinion: First Federal Savings Bank of America. 1994 

1 p. 962/340 

#94-116; Opinion: Hall & Quinn- 1994 1 p. 962/361 

#94-118; Opinion: Bingham, Dana & Gould. 1995 2 p. 962/269 

#94-121; Opinion: Arlene M. Schulz. 1994 1 p. 962/249 

#94-123; Opinion: Dean Co-operative Bank. 1994 2 p. 962/315 

#94-124; Opinion: Edwards & Angell. 1995 2 p. 962/328 

#94-125; Opinion: First Security Savings Bank. 1994 2 p. 
962/343 

#94-128; Opinion: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. 1994 2 p. 
962/337 

#94-132; Opinion: Allied Mortgage Company. 1994 1 p. 
962/244 

#94-133; Opinion: Springfield Institution for Savings. 1995 

2 p. 962/460 

#94-134; Opinion: Quincy Savings Bank. 1994 1 p. 962/432 

#94-135; Opinion: United Co-operative Bank. 1994 1 p. 
962/480 

#94-138; Opinion: New England Mortgage Lenders, Inc. 1995 2 p. 
962/417 

#94-141; Opinion: Century Bank. 1994 1 p. 962/287 



103 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#94-142; Opinion: NACM-New England Credit Services, Inc. 
1995 1 p, 962/406 

#94-144; Opinion: The Mortgage Counselor. 1994 2 p. 
962/472 

#94-149; Opinion: Patriot Services, Inc. 1994 2 p. 
962/424 

#94-150; Opinion: Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell. 1995 2 p. 
962/354 

#94-151; Opinion: Central Massachusetts Telephone Workers' 
Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 962/286 

#94-152; Opinion: Leominster Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 
962/392 

#95-001; Opinion: Southbridge Savings Bank. 1995 1 p. 
962/458 

#95-002; Opinion: Stone & Company, P.C. 1995 2 p. 
962/467 

#95-003; Opinion: Barristers' Hall. 1995 1 p. 962/261 

#95-004; Opinion: Fratar, Hunt & Kern. 1995 1 p. 
962/351 

#95-005; Opinion: Athol-Clinton Co-operative Bank. 1995 1 p. 
962/251 

#95-006; Opinion: CUNA Mutual Insurance Society. 1995 2 p. 
962/308 

#95-007; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1995 1 p. 
962/412 

#95-008; Opinion: Empire of America Realty Credit Corp. 1995 

1 p. 962/331 

#95-009; Opinion: Schlesinger and Buchbinder. 1995 2 p. 
962/444 

#95-010; Opinion: Charles A. Levin, Esq. 1995 1 p. 
962/290 

#95-011, Opinion: New England Collectors Association. 1995 

2 p. 962/416 



104 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#95-013; Opinion: Dean Co-operative Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/316 

#95-016; Opinion: Associates Corporation of North America. 
1995 1 p. 962/250 

#95-017; Opinion: Commerce Bank & Trust Company. 1995 1 p. 
962/297 

#95-019; Opinion: Haines & Lea. 1995 2 p. 963/506 

#95-020; Opinion: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder Attorneys at Law. 
1995 2 p. 962/371 

#95-021; Opinion: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder. 1995 1 p. 
962/372 

#95-022; Opinion: Sander S. Lederman. 1995 1 p. 962/441 

#95-023; Opinion: Empire of America Realty Credit Corp. 1995 
2 p. 963/507 

#95-024; Opinion: Empire of America Realty Credit Corp. 1995 

1 p. 963/508 

#95-025; Opinion: Michelle P. Cokey. 1995 2 p. 962/403 

#95-026; Opinion: Nutter, McClennen & Fish. 1995 2 p. 
962/421 

#95-027; Opinion: New England Pacific Mortgage Company. 1995 

2 p. 962/418 

#95-028; Opinion: Alma School Corporate Center. 1995 1 p. 
963/510 

#95-029; Opinion: David A. Padgett. 1995 1 p. 962/311 

#95-031; Opinion: Unibank for Savings. 1995 2 p. 963/511 

#95-033; Opinion: Lease Center Corp. 1995 2 p. 962/387 

#95-035; Opinion: H.C. Wainwright & Co., Inc. 1995 1 p. 
962/365 

#95-036; Opinion: American Deposit Corp. 1995 1 p. 
962/246 

#95-040; Opinion: St. Mary's Credit Union. 1995 1 p. 
962/463 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#95-042; Opinion: Central Credit Union Fund, Inc. 1995 4 p. 
963/512 

#95-044; Opinion: Bridgewater Savings Bank. 1995 1 p. 
963/513 

#95-045; Opinion: NationsCredit Financial Service Corporation. 
1995 2 p. 962/413 

#95-049; Opinion: MEDBANK - THE EMERGENCY REGISTRY LLC. 1995 

1 p. 963/514 

#95-052; Opinion: Commissioner of Banks and Trust Companies. 

1994 4 p. 962/298 

#95-056; Opinion: National Credit Union Administration. 1995 

2 p. 962/410 

#95-057; Opinion: Intelligent Analysis and Development Associ- 
ates. 1995 3 p. 962/374 

#95-062; Opinion: Carmel Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 963/515 

#95-064; Opinion: Executive Office of Consumer Affairs. 1995 
2 p. 963/516 

#95-065; Opinion: Charter Home Mortgage Company. 1995 2 p. 
962/29 

#95-068; Opinion: Dwight Golann. 1995 2 p. 963/517 

#95-072; Opinion: Telephone Workers' Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 
963/518 

#95-073; Opinion: LeBoeuf , Lamb, Greene & MacRae, L.L.P. 1995 
2 p. 962/389 

#95-074; Opinion: General Electric River Works Employees Credit 
Union. 1995 2 p. 963/519 

#95-077; Opinion: Southbridge Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 
962/457 

#95-079; Opinion: Credit Union League of Massachusetts, Inc. 

1995 2 p. 963/520 

#95-080; Opinion: Bridgewater Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 
962/273 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#95-081; Opinion: Brockton Postal Employees Credit Union. 
1995 2 p. 963/521 

#95-087; Opinion: The Sandwich Co-operative Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/473 

#95-088; Opinion: Partridge, Snow & Hahn. 1996 2 p. 963/522 

#95-090; Opinion: Barrett & Associates, 1995 2 p. 962/260 

#95-092; Opinion: Easthampton Co-operative Bank. 1995 1 p. 
962/326 

#95-093; Opinion: Massachusetts Bankers Association, Inc. 1995 
2 p. 962/397 

#95-094; Opinion: Thomas P. Osborn. 1995 2 p. 962/477 

#95-095; Opinion: Conti Mortgage. 1995 1 p. 962/303 

#95-096; Opinion: Frank Ruffner Montgomery. 1995 2 p. 
962/350 

#95-098; Opinion: Cameron & Mittleman. 1995 2 p. 962/283 

#95-099; Opinion: KinderDance. 1995 1 p. 962/384 

#95-100; Opinion: ContiMortgage. 1995 2 p. 962/304 

#95-103; Opinion: Massachusetts Bankers Association, Inc. 1995 
2 p. 962/398 

#95-104; Opinion: Division of Insurance. 1995 1 p. 962/321 

#95-105; Opinion: Financial Acceptance Corporation. 1995 2 p. 
962/338 

#95-106; Opinion: Community Bank League of New England. 1995 
2 p. 962/299 

#95-107; Opinion: Bankers Systems, Inc. 1995 1 p. 962/257 

#95-109; Opinion: Robinson & Cole. 1995 2 p. 962/437 

#95-110; Opinion: Baker, Donelson, Bearman & Caldwell. 1995 
1 p. 962/253 

#95-111; Opinion: First Choice Leasing, Inc. 1995 2 p. 
962/339 



107 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies ^ continued 

#95-112; Opinion: First Federal Savings Bank of America. 1995 
2 p. 962/341 

#95-115; Opinion: Nathanson & Goldberg. 1995 2 p. 962/40 

#95-116; Opinion: ContiMortgage . 1995 2 p. 962/305 

#95-118; Opinion: Berkshire County Savings Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/266 

#95-119; Opinion: APAC. 1996 2 p. 963/524 

#95-120; Opinion: Credit Union League of Massachusetts. 1995 
2 p. 962/307 

#95-122; Opinion: CFX Corporation. 1995 2 p. 962/289 

#95-123; Opinion: Saunders Business Service. 1995 1 p. 
962/442 

#95-124; Opinion: Jordan, Lawrence & Associates, L.C. 1995 

1 p. 962/379 

#95-125; Opinion: State of New Hampshire Banking Department. 
1995 2 p. 962/465 

#95-126; Opinion: Weiner, Brodsky, Sidman & Kider. 1995 2 p. 
962/490 

#95-132; Opinion: Shirley Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 962/45 

#95-134; Opinion: Methuen Co-operative Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/402 

#95-135; Opinion: Capital Preservation Advisors, Inc. 1995 

2 p. 962/284 

#95-137; Opinion: Dennis E. Tully. 1995 1 p. 962/318 

#95-138; Opinion: Wadsworth Village. 1994 2 p. 962/483 

#95-139; Opinion: RKS Mortgage Corporation. 1995 2 p. 
962/435 

#95-140; Opinion: Embeco Credit Union- 1995 2 p. 963/526 

#95-143; Opinion: Beneficial Management Corporation of America 
1995 2 p. 962/265 



108 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#95-144; Opinion: Union Neighborhood Assistance Corporation. 

1995 2 p. 962/479 

#95-145; Opinion: Hill, Betts & Nash LLP. 1995 2 p. 
962/367 

#95-146; Opinion: Smith, Levenson, Smith, & Cullen, P.C. 1995 
2 p. 962/454 

#95-149; Opinion: Securitas Financial Services, Inc. 1995 2 p. 
962/445 

#95-151; Opinion: Washington Square Mortgage Company. 1995 2 p. 
962/485 

#95-153; Opinion: Service Data Corporation. 1995 1 p. 
962/447 

#95-154; Opinion: Escrow Accounting of Washington, Inc. 1995 
2 p. 962/333 

#95-160; Opinion: Lee Bank. 1995 2 p. 962/390 

#95-161; Opinion: Principle Mortgage Corporation. 1995 1 p. 
962/430 

#95-162; Opinion: Butler Bank, A Cooperative Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/280 

#95-165; Opinion: Community Bank League of New England. 1995 
2 p. 962/300 

#95-167; Opinion: Kenneth MacLean. 1995 2 p. 962/383 

#95-168; Opinion: Service Data Corporation. 1995 2 p. 
962/448 

#95-170; Opinion: H.G. Johnson Co., Inc. 1995 1 p. 
962/366 

#95-172; Opinion: Thomas Alexopoulos. 1995 2 p. 962/476 

#95-175; Opinion: Irwin Financial Corporation. 1995 2 p. 
962/375 

#95-175; Opinion: Beneficial Management Corporation of America. 
1995 2 p. 962/264 

#95-176; Opinion: Slade's Ferry Trust Company. 1995 1 p. 
962/452 



109 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#95-178; Opinion: Envios de Valores La Nacional , Corp. 1996 
2 p. 963/528 

#95-180; Opinion: Hargraves , Karb, Wilcox & Galvani. 1995 
2 p. 962/362 

#95-181; Opinion: Millbury Savings Bank. 1995 1 p. 
962/404 

#95-182; Opinion: Joan Flaherty. 1995 1 p. 962/378 

#95-183; Opinion: America Equity Finance Co. 1995 2 p. 
962/245 

#95-184; Opinion: Testa, Hurwitz, & Thibeault. 1996 2 p. 
963/529 

#95-185 ; Opinion: Lawrence Savings Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/386 

#95-186; Opinion: Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. 1995 2 p. 
962/355 

#95-188; Opinion: Massachusetts CUNA Credit Union Association, 
Inc. 1995 2 p. 962/399 

#95-189; Opinion: Kaye, Fialkow, Richmond & Rothstein. 1995 
2 p. 962/382 

#95-191; Opinion: MassMutual Employees Credit Union. 1995 2 p. 
962/401 

#95-192; Opinion: Hargraves, Karb, Wilcox & Galvani. 1995 2 p. 
962/363 

#95-193; Opinion: Nebenzahl and Kohn. 1995 2 p. 962/415 

#95-194; Opinion: CollecTech Systems, Inc. 1996 2 p. 963/530 

#95-195; Opinion: Debt Control Center, Inc. 1996 2 p. 963/53! 

#95-196; Opinion: Bridgewater Savings Bank. 1995 2 p. 
962/274 

f 

#95-198; Opinion: MORVEST, Inc. 1996 2 p. 963/532 ^ 

#96-001; Opinion: Chemical Bank. 1996 2 p. 963/533 

#96-002; Opinion: Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP. 1996 2 p. 
963/534 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#96-006; Opinion: Lucillia A. Evei . 1996 1 p. 963/535 

#96-007; Opinion: HAS Associates, Inc. 1996 2 p. 963/536 

#96-008; Opinion: Kaye, Fialkow, Richmond & Rothstein. 1996 2 p. 
963/537 

#96-011; Opinion: Be$t Mortgage Company, Inc. 1996 1 p. 
963/538 

#96-012; Opinion: Asian American Bank & Trust Company. 1996 

1 p. 963/539 

#96-013; Opinion: Bankers Insurance Center- 1996 2 p. 
963/540 

#96-014; Opinion: Merrimack Mortgage Company. 1996 2 p. 
963/541 

#96-016; Opinion: Hamilton Financial Corporation. 1996 1 p. 
963/542 

#96-017; Opinion: Standard Insurance Center. 1996 2 p. 
963/543 

#96-018; Opinion: Green Tree Financial Servicing Corporation. 
1996 2 p. 963/544 

#96-019; Opinion: Credit Union League of Massachusetts. 1996 
3 p. 963/545 

#96-020; Opinion: Richards & O'Neil, LLP. 1996 2 p. 
963/546 

#96-021; Opinion: Spokane Mortgage Co. 1996 2 p. 963/547 

#96-022; Opinion: Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue. 1996 1 p. 
963/548 

#96-023; Opinion: Operations Consulting Group. 1996 1 p. 
963/549 

#96-024; Opinion: GMAC Mortgage Corporation- 1996 1 p. 
963/550 

#96-025; Opinion: Brown, Rudnick, Freed & Gesmer, P.C. 1996 

2 p. 963/551 

#96-027; Opinion: Price, Sneirson, Shulman & Meese. 1996 
2 p. 963/552 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#96-028; Opinion; Medical Area Federal Credit Union. 1996 
2 p. 963/553 

#96-029; Opinion: Brown, Rudnick, Freed & Gesmer, P.C. 1996 
2 p. 963/554 

#96-030; Opinion: Sinclair Financial Group, Inc. 1996 2 p. 
963/555 

#96-031; Opinion: Hinckley, Allen & Snyder. 1996 3 p. 
963/556 

#96-032; Opinion: American Honda Finance Corporation. 1996 
2 p. 963/557 

#96-03 3; Opinion: State Stret Bank and Trust Company. 1996 
2 p. 963/558 

#96-034; Opinion: Federated Financial Reserve Corporation. 
1996 2 p. 963/559 

#96-035; Opinion: Law Offices of Mark P. Harmon. 1996 2 p. 
963/560 

#96-036; Opinion: Sandra L. Sorin. 1996 2 p. 963/561 

#96-038; Opinion: Hale and Dorr. 1996 1 p. 963/562 

#96-040; Opinion: Massachusetts CUNA Credit Union Association ^ 
Inc. 1996 2 p. 963/563 

#96-041; Opinion: Middlesex Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 
963/564 

#96-042; Opinion: Robert K. Ailing. 1996 2 p. 963/565 

#96-043; Opinion: Robinson & Cole. 1996 2 p. 963/566 

#96-046; Opinion: Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation. 1996 
2 p. 963/567 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to 
Co-operative Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1995. 1996 
[var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834,] 
964/335 



112 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to 
Credit Unions for the Year Ending December 31, 1995. 1996 131 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 964/336 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to 
Savings Banks for the Year Ending December 31, 1995. 1996 
[var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 964/337 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to 
Trust Companies for the Year Ending December 31, 1995. 1996 
[var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 964/338 

Digest of Selected 1993 and 1994 Opinions. 1996 42 p. 
962/234 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 3rd Quarter 1995. 1995 11 p. 
961/323 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 1st Quarter 1996. 1996 11 p. 
962/235 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 2nd Quarter 1996. 1996 11 p. 
963/568 

El Indicador, Winter 1995. 1995 6 p. [This is the Spanish 
edition of The Indicator.] 961/324 

List of Legal Investments Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 167, 
Section 15A, July 1996. 1996 16 p. [Copies are available at the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 
(617) 727-2834.] 964/339 

Writing Guide. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/340 

Compliance and Community Affairs Section 

The CRA Advisor, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 962/492 

The CRA Advisor, Summer 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/569 

The CRA Advisor, Fall 1996. 1996 8 p. 964/341 



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Division of Capital Planning & Operations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02128 

Annual Capital Production Report FY96. 1996 [unpaged] 
963/570 

Feasibility Study to Restore the Stained Glass Skylights in the 
Massachusetts State Library, Main Stair Hall and Hall of Flags of 
the State House (Draft). 1996 [var. pag. ] Project No. DCP917-HD2 
[Prepared by: CSS Architects Incorporated. ] 962/493 

Feasibility Study to Restore the Stained Glass Skylights in the 
Massachusetts State Library, Main Stair and Hall of Flags of the 
State House. 1996 [var. pag.] Project No. DCP917-HD2 [Prepared 
by: CSS Architects Incorporated. ] 963/571 

Feasibility Study to Restore, Upgrade, Plan and Climatically 
Control the Massachusetts State Library (Draft). 1996 [var. pag.] 
Project No. DCP917-HD2 [Prepared by: CSS Architects Incorporated.] 
962/494 

Feasibility Study to Restore, Upgrade, Plan and Climatically 
Control the Massachusetts State Library. 1996 [var. pag.] Project 
No. DCP917-HD2 [Prepared by: CSS Architects Incorporated.] 
963/572 

Feasibility Study to Restore, Upgrade, Plan and Climatically 
Control the Massachusetts State Library, Appendix. 1996 [var. pag.; 
Project No. DCP917-HD2 [Prepared by: CSS Architects Incorporated.] 
963/573 

FY96 4th Quarter Production Report. 1996 [unpaged] 963/574 

***Massachusetts State Library Renovation Study: Appendix (Draft). 
1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: CSS Architects Incorporated.] 
962/495 

Proposers Conference and Mandatory Site Visits, Office of the 
Medical Examiner. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/342 

Office of Programming 

Analyis of Military Division Consolidation Proposal. 1994 
[var. pag.] 961/325 

Bristol County Jail/House of Correction, Dartmouth: Expansion 
Potential Study. 1996 78 p. Project No. DCP 95-4 HD4-Task 1 
[Prepared by: JCA Architects.] 961/326 

Office of Real Estate Management 

Real Property Report April 1996. 1996 161 p. 964/343 



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Division of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 
Note: This agency was previously called the Department of Employ- 
ment and Training. 

Economic Research & Analysis 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts' Cities and Towns 1986 - 
1995. 1996 [Prepared by ES-202 Program.] 964/344 

Economic Research Office 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1996. 1996 8 p. 
964/345 

Work Opportunity Tax Credit ( WOTC ) Program 

Created by Small Business Job Protection Act (P.L. 104-188) 

Fact Sheets. 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/346 

Division of Employment Security 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 
Note: This agency has changed its name to the Department of 
Employment and Training. 

Job Insurance 

Simplifying the Employment Security Law for Employers. 1981 
25 p. 962/496 

Job Market Research Department 

A Fortune of Resources at the Other Side of the Rainbow: 
Come Grow With Us; Manpower Perspectives. By Wilton Wiles and 
Frank Cahill n.d. [var. pag.] 962/497 

Southeastern Massachusetts: The Bay State's Fastest Growing 
Region. By Francis Cahill 1982 88 p. 962/498 

Labor Area Research Department 

Labor Market Information for Affirmative Action Programs 
Greenfield LMA 1980. By Robert D. McCarthy n.d. 8 p. 962/499 

Labor Market Information for Affirmative Action Programs in 
Massachusetts 1980. By Mary-Ellen Steller and Peter Maloy n.d. 
16 p. 962/500 

Labor Market Information for Affirmative Action Programs New 
Bedford LMA 1980. By Francis Cahill n.d. 11 p. 962/501 



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Division of Employment Security, continued 

Labor Area Research/Job Market Research 

Annual Planning Information Report FYS 2 Boston SMSA: Workforce 
Planning Date Part I. By Edward Kaznocha 1981 43 p. 962/502 

Annual Planning Information Report FY82 Brockton SMSA: Workforce 
Planning Part I. By Bernard Burns 1981 16 p. 962/503 

Massachusetts Occupational Information System 

***Occupational Impact of Solar Energy: An Emerging Industry in 
Massachusetts. 1977 42 p. 962/504 

Occupational /Industry Research Deaprtment 

Employment and Wages Cities and Towns 1967 - 1979. 1980 184 p. 
962/505 

The Large Employers in Massachusetts 1976. 1977 26 p. 962/506 

Office of Training and Employment Policy 

Job Training Partnership Act; Wagner-Peyser Act: PY'85 
Planning Documents. 1985 [var. pag.] 961/327 

Research and Information Service 

The Massachusetts Rate of Unemployment: Post-Exhaustion 
Experience. 1977 142 p. [Prepared by: Contract Research 
Corporation.] 961/328 

Research and Policv Department 



An Analysis of Employment and Unemployment Trends in the 
Boston Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 1972 - 1984. 
By Bernard J. Burns and Edward F. Kaznocha 1985 41 p. 962/507 

Division of Energy Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1500, Boston, MA 02202 

Energy Report, vol. 4, no. 1, winter 1996. 1996 8 p. 961/329 

Energy Report, vol. 4, no. 2, Summer 1996. 1996 8 p. 963/575 

Energy Report, vol. 5, no. 1, Fall 1996, 1996 8 p. 964/347 

Power Choice: A Plan to Deregulate Elements of the Electric 
Industry in Massachusetts. 1996 72 p. 962/508 



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Division of Epidemiology and Immunization 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. [unpaged] 964/348 

Protecting Yourself from RABIES in Massachusetts. 1995 2 p, 
[Available in both English and Spanish. ] 962/509 

Division of Family Health Servifces 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Massachusetts Adolescent Pregnant and Parenting System 
Preliminary Report). By Judith A. Gorbach et al. 1986 38 p. 
962/510 



Division of Fire Prevention 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Massachusetts Burn Injury Reporting System 1994 Annual Report. 
1995 67 p. 961/330 

Division of Fisheries & V^ildlife 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1992. n.d. 51 p. 963/576 

Evaluation of Damage by Beavers to Highways and the Economic 
Costs to Cities and Towns in Massachusetts. By Thomas Decker and 
Jeanne Cooper 1991 14 p. Technical Report #100 [This project 
was funded through Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration, Project W35R, 
Job 1-16. ] 961/331 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing St Trapping 
Licenses for 1997. 1996 29 p. 964/349 

Information & Education Section 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 44, no. 2, Spring 1994. 1994 45 p. 
961/332 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 44, no. 3, Summer 1994. 1994 37 p. 
961/333 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 44, no. 4, Fall 1994. 1994 37 p. 
961/334 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 45, no. 1, Winter 1995. 1995 37 p. 
961/335 



Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, Information and Education 
Section. continued 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 45, no. 2, Spring 1995. 1995 37 p. 
961/336 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 45, no. 3, Summer 1995. 1995 37 p. 
961/337 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 45, no. 4, Fall 1995: Special 
Division Issue. 1995 35 p. 961/338 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 46, no. 2, Spring 1996. 1996 37 p. 
963/577 



Division of Food and Drugs 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Food Protection Program 

The Reporter, Volume 14, Issue 96-1, Spring/Summer 1996. 1996 
31 p. 963/578 

The Reporter, Volume 15, Issue 96-2, Autumn 1996/Winter 1997. 
1996 40 p. 964/350 

Division of Forests and Parks 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Reports for FY92 and FY93. n.d. 66 p. 963/579 

Massachusetts Forests and Parks MAP (Revised 1995). 1995 2 p. 
962/511 

Massachusetts Historic State Parks. 1995 2 p. 962/512 

Division of Insurance 

470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

Annual Report 1995. 1996 13 p. 962/513 

Report on the Current State of the Massachusetts Homeowners 
Insurance Market Pursuant to the Authority and Direction of 
Chapter 151, Section 679 of the Acts of 1996. 1996 104 p. 
964/351 

Your Consumer Guide: Ways to Save on Your Massachusetts 
Automobile Insurance, n.d. [unpaged] 962/514 



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Division of Marine Fisheries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

DMF NEWS, First Quarter, January - March 1996 (Includes 
rules update). 1996 [var. pag.] 961/339 

DMF NEWS, Second Quarter, April - June 1996. 1996 8 p. 
[Includes rules update.] 962/515 

DMF NEWS, vol. 16, Third Quarter July - September 1996. 1996 
10 p. [Includes rules update.] 963/580 

OMf" NEWS, vol. 16, Fourth Quarter, October - December 1996 
(Includes rules update). 1996 8 p. 964/352 

Ichthyoplankton Abundance and Distribution in Beverly/Salem 
Harbor March 1975 through February 1977. By Elaine M. Elliott 
et al. 1979 174 p. 961/340 

Loligo Squid Fishery in Nantucket and Vineyard Sounds. 
By Daniel J. McKiernan and David E. Pierce 1995 [var. pag. ] 
963/581 

Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster Trap Sampling Program 
May - November 1995. By Bruce T. Estrella and Robert P. Glenn 
1996 25 p. 963/582 

Information Systems & Fisheries Statistics Project 

Cat Cove Marine Laboratory, 92 Fort Avenue, Salem, MA 01970 

Massachusetts Lobster Fishery Statistics 1995. By Jonathan A. 
Pava et al. 1996 22 p. Technical Series 30 964/353 

Division of Medical Assistance 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

The DMA Newsletter: A Publication of Organizational Management, 
vol. 1, no. 1, July 1994. 1994 10 p. 961/341 

The DMA Newsletter: A Publication of Organizational Management, 
vol. 1, no. 2, December 1994. 1994 14 p. 961/342 

The DMA Newsletter: A Publication of Organizational Management, 
vol. 2, no. 1, July 1995. 1995 16 p. 961/343 



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Division of Occupational Education 

350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148-5023 

Expanding Alternatives in Career Guidance: An Overview of 
Promising Programs and Practices. 1976 137 p. [Prepared by: 
CEDIS Curriculum Services Center.] 962/516 

You Can Do It! Vocational Education; Volume 1: 
Planning Your Approach. By Mimi Mc Grath and Rhonda Pekelo-Bielen 
1983 59 p. [Prepared by: A. L. Nellum & Associates. See also: 
961/344.] 962/517 

You Can Do It! Vocational Education: Choosing Strategies that 
are Right for You, Volume 2. By Mimi McGrath and Rhonda Pekelo-Bieler 
1983 [var. pag. ] [Prepared by: A.L. Nellum and Associates] 
961/344 

Educational Equity Unit 

Making It Work: An In-Service Training Program for Vocational 
Educators: Module I (Trainers Manual). By Joyce Scott et al. 1983 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: A.L. Nellum and Associates] 961/345 

Making It Work: An In-Service Training Program for Vocational 
Educators: Module II (Trainers Manual). By Joyce Scott et al. 1983 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: A.L. Nellum and Associates] 
961/346 

Making It Work: An In-Service Training Program for Vocational 

Educators: Module III (Trainers Manual). By Joyce Scott et al. 

1983 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: A.L. Nellum and Associates] 
961/347 

Division of Public Bnployee Retireaent Administration 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1101, Boston, MA 02108 

Actuarial Valuation Report as of January 1 , 1995 for the 
Commonwealth's Total Pension Obligation. 1995 32 p. 
This is the 4th valuation. 961/348 

Actuarial Valuation Report as of January 1, 1996 for the 
Commonwealth's Total Pension Obligation. 1996 37 p. 964/354 

Investment Report: Massachusetts Contributory Retirement Systems 
for Public Employees December 31, 1995. 1996 55 p. 963/583 

Report, 1983 - 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 964/356 



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Division of Purchased Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

UFR Auditor's Compliance Supplement Under 808 CMR 1.00. 1996 
[var. pag. ] 963/584 

Division of Registration 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY94. n.d. [var. pag.] 961/349 

Annual Report FY95. n.d. 54 p. 961/350 

Internal Affairs, A Quarterly Publication for the Employees 
of the Division of Registration, October 1996- 1996 4 p. 
964/357 

Division of Resource Conservation 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

1997 Greeenways and Trails Demonstration Grants Program. 1995 
12 p. 964/358 

Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Greenway & Trail Forum, 
Late Winter 1996. 1996 6 p. 962/518 

Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Greenway & Trail Forum, 
Spring/Summer 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/585 

ACEC Program 

ACEC News: Areas of Critical Environmental Concern, Summer 1996. 
1996 6 p. 963/586 

Office of Water Resources 

Geohydrology of Stratified Drift and Streamflow in the Deerfield 
River Basin, Northwestern Massachusetts (Includes maps). 1996 
49 p. Water-Resources Investigations Report 96-4115 [Prepared in 
cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey.] 964/359 

Division of sexually Transmitted Disease Control 

305 South Street, Room 560, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Adolescent STD Report 1994. n.d. 11 p. 962/519 
Annual STD Report 1994. n.d. 11 p. 962/520 



Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Control, continued 

STD and Women: Trend Analysis 1985 - 1994. n.d. 20 p. 
962/521 

Women and STD: The Social Context; Background Information: 
Literature Search with Selected Comments by Providers. By Sylvie 
Ratelle et al. n.d. 49 p. [Copies are available by calling the 
agency at (617) 983-6940.] 962/522 

Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Prevention 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. [var. pag. ] 962/523 

Division of Solid Waste Management 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Massachusetts Solid Waste Master Plan 1995 Update. 1995 
[var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 962/524 

Division of Standards 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 23 p. 964/360 

Division of Water Pollution Control 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Title 5 Quarterly: A DEP Technical Assistance Newsletter, 
Autumn 1996. 1996 4 p. [This is the first issue.] 0163/587 

Technical Services Branch 

627 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608 

Buzzards Bay Caged Mussel Pilot Biomonitoring Study 1987/88. 
By Christine L. Duerring 1990 103 p. [Prepared for: U.S. 
Environmental Protection Agency Region I , Water Management 
Division.] 964/361 

Deerfield River Basin Survey 1988. By Margo Webber 1989 77 p. 
964/362 

Farmington River Survey 1989. 1991 12 p. 964/363 

North River and Tributaries: 1989 Water Quality Data and Analysis. 
By Richard S. Dorfman 1990 21 p. 964/364 



Division of Water Pollution cA^trol, Technical Services Branch. 
continued 

The Ten Mile River: Water Quality Data 1984 (Impoundment Data). 
1990 [var. pag.] 964/365 

Division of Water Supply 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Ensuring Water Quality through Cross Connection Control: 
A Guide for Owners of Cross Connections. 1990 2 p. 962/525 

A Guide for Massachusetts Business Owners: Cross Connections. 
1994 2 p. 962/526 

A Guide for Massachusetts Restaurant Owners: Cross Connections, 
1994 2 p. 962/527 

What Every Consumer Should Know About Protecting Drinking Water; 
Cross Connections. 1994 2 p. 962/528 

Distribution Protection/Cross Connection Control Program 

Approved List of Devices, Effective April 10, 1996. 1996 7 p. 
962/529 

Division of Wetlands & Waterways 

One Winter Street, 8th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Waterways Regulation Program 

Waterways, March 1996. 1996 4 p. 962/530 

Waterways, Summer 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/588 

Wetlands Report Alert, March 1996. 1996 6 p. 962/531 

Educational Financial Authority 

176 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 

1996/97 The Mass Plan. 1996 [kit] 962/532 
Annual Report 1995. n.d. 40 p. 964/366 



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Elections Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Motor Voter Cost/Benefit Analysis. 1994 45 p. 
[Prepared by: Synetics Corporation.] 962/533 

The Official Massachusetts Information for Voters: The 1996 
Ballot Question. 1996 8 p. [Also a Spanish edition. ] 964/367 

The Official Massachusetts Information for Voters: The 1996 
Ballot Questions for Boston Only. 1996 8 p. 964/368 

Motor Voter Task Force 

Motor Voter Task Force Report. 1993 74 p. 962/534 

Executive Office for Administration & Finance 

Room 373, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

A & F Contract Memorandum 96-2. 1996 [unpaged] [Collective 
bargaining agreements - NAGE. ] 963/590 

Administrative Bulletins Nos. 1-8. 1996 [var. pag. ] [Includes 
index. The bulletins are also available on the Internet.] 
962/535 

Memorandum #1: Implementing Executive Order 384 - To Reduce 
Unnecessary Regulatory Burden. By Charles D. Baker and 
Brackett B. Denniston III 1996 [var. pag.] 961/351 

Regulation Review Project: The Implementation of Executive 
Order 384 - To Reduce Unnecessary Regulatory Burden (Interim 
Report). 1996 [var. pag.] 964/369 

Information Technology Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1601, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This is a new division which was formerly called Office of 
Management Information Systems. 

Information Technology Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 2, Summer 1996. 
1996 13 p. 963/589 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Campaign) 

1995 COMEC Awards Luncheon. 1996 [unpaged] [Luncheon was held 
in the Great Hall, State House, May 29, 1996.] 962/536 j 

COMEC 1996. 1996 44 p. 964/370 



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Executive Office for Administration and Finance, COMEC ( Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts Employees Campaign, continued 

Final Statewide Report 1995. 1996 78 p. 963/591 

Commonwealth ' s Performance Recognition Program 

The 1994 Performance Recognition Awards. 1994 [unpaged] 
[Annual awards dinner held on September 29, 1994.] 963/592 

The 1995 Performance Recognition Awards. 1995 29 p. [Annual 
awards dinner held on October 5, 1995.] 963/593 

Human Resources Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Fact Sheet: Claim for Preference under G.L. Chapter 31, 
Section 26 as Amended by Chapter 402 of the Acts of 1985. n.d. 
1 p. 964/371 

Notice of Public Hearing for Revision of the "Redbook" Rules. 
1996 47 p. 963/594 

Open Competitive Civil Service Examinations Scheduled Between 
July 1996 - June 1997. 1996 20 p. 963/595 

Rules Governing Paid Leave and Other Benefits, Issued 
November 1, 1996 (As Authorized by M.G.L. Chapter 7, Section 28). 
1996 48 p. 964/372 

Regulation Review Project 

Cost-Benefit Analysis and Other Strategies for Effective 
Regulation: A Primer for Agencies. 1996 34 p. 964/374 

Regulations Review Project Team 

Brown Bag Luncheon Regulations and Sub-Regulations: 
Governor Weld's Regulatory Initiative to Reduce Unnecessary 
Regulatory Burden. 1996 14 p. [See also: 964/369] 964/373 

Executive Office of Communities and Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Community Profiles of the 351 Cities and Towns in the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Second Edition. 1995 [var. pag.] 
[This is a set of 12 page profiles for each city and town. See also: 
943/374. The profiles are available at the State Bookstore, Room 
116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 961/352 



125 



Executive Office of Communities and Development, continued 

Community Development Block Grant Program 

FFY96 Application Including Community Development Fund/ 
Competitive Round, Business Development Fund and Senior Center Fund. 
1996 [var. pag.] 964/375 

Rental Voucher Program (MRVPI 

FY95 Rental Voucher Program by Months. 1996 1 p. 963/596 

Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1411, Boston, MA 02108 

A Consumer Guide to the Home Improvement Contractor Law, 
Revised 10/95. 1995 [unpaged] 961/353 

Consumer's Auto Repair Rights. n.d. 2 p. 961/354 

Consumer's Guide to Credit Reporting. n.d. 2 p. 961/355 

Consumer's Guide to Small Claims Court. 1989 [unpaged] [This 
guide is used in conjunction with the Consumer's Guide to the 30-Day 
Demand Letter . ] 961/356 

Consumer's Guide to the 3 0-Day Demand Letter. n.d. 2 p. 
[This guide is used in conjunction with the Consumer's Guide to 
Small Claims Court.] 961/357 

Consumer's Guide to the Used Vehicle Warranty Law. n.d. [un- 
paged] 961/358 

Food Store Item Pricing Law. n.d. 2 p. 962/537 

Home Sweet Home Improvements: A Consumer Guide. n.d. 2 p. 
961/359 

Executive Office of Economic Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Job Training Partnership Act; Wagner-Peyser Act: PY'84 
Planning Documents and Related Policies- 1984 [var. pag.] 
961/360 

Job Training Partnership Act; Wagner-Peyser Act: PY'84 
Planning Documents and Related Policies, Technical Assistance 
Papers. 1984 173 p. 961/361 



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Executive Office of Economic Affairs, continued 

Massachusetts: The Competitive Advantage. 1992 [var. pag. ] 
[Promotional brochures: Biotechnology, Software, Telecommunications, 
and Environmental] 962/538 

Task Force on Dislocated Workers 

Report. 1984 26 p. 961/362 

Executive Office of Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Charter School Applications 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] [There are 
23 applications which were filed on 2/15/96.] 961/363 

Education Excellence Partnership 

Keep the Promise: A Massachusetts Education Excellence 
Partnership. n.d. 2 p. 961/364 

Parent Information Center 

Massachusetts School District Profiles 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
962/539 

School-Linked Services 

School-Linked Services: Community Partnerships for Educational 
Success. n.d. 12 p. 961/365 

Executive Office of Educational Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency has changed its name to the Executive Office 
of Education. 

Matching Education and Training with Occupational Opportunities: 
Summary and Recommendations. 1997 30 p. ID# FY 76 18 00 1 
[Prepared by: Southeastern Massachusetts University.] 961/366 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 2108 

Alzheimers Disease: Principles of Caregiving and Resources for 
Caregivers (Revised 6/96). 1996 [var. pag.] 964/376 

Assisted Living in Massachusetts: A Consumer's Guide. n.d. 30 p. 
964/377 



Executive Office of Elder Affairs, continued 

The Bank Reporting Project: An Edge Against Elder Financial 
Exploitation; Employee Training Manual, First Edition. 1996 22 p. 
964/377 

A Consumer's Guide to Long Term Care Insurance. n.d. 26 p. 
[Prepared in cooperation with the Division of Insurance.] 964/379 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities: A Consumer's Directory 
(6th Edition). 1996 27 p. 964/380 

The Fourth Annual Silver Dove Awards. 1996 [unpaged] [Given at 
the State House, Great Hall, on April 16, 1996.] 962/540 

The Massachusetts Health Care Proxy Law: Fact Sheet and Checklist. 
1995 3 p. 964/381 

A Resource Guide for Massachusetts' Grandparents Raising their 
Grandchildren. 1994 78 p. 964/382 

State Long Term Care Ombudsman Program 

A Consumer's Guide to Nursing and Rest Homes, 4th Edition. 1994 
[var. pag.] 964/383 

Executive Office of Environmental Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Environment: The State of Our Common Wealth. 
1995 26 p. 961/367 

Massachusetts Packaging Challenge 1993: Awards Ceremony Program. 
1994 12 p. [Ceremony held at the State House, January 20, 1994.] 
963/597 

Municipal Recycling Report Card 1996. 1996 12 p. [This is 
the second report. See also: 951/412.] 961/368 

Secretaries' Advisory Group on Environmental Education 

Environmental Education in Massachusetts: A Resource Guide, 
Fall 1995. 1995 56 p. 961/369 



Executive Office of Human Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency has changed its name to the Executive Office 
of Health and Human Services. 

Job Training Partnership Act Task Force 

Accessing and Planning for Client Populations. 1984 [unpaged] 
962/541 

Executive Office of Public Safety 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Cultural Diagnostic of the Massachusetts State Police. 1996 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: Linder & Associates Inc. Copies are 
available from the agency at the above address.] 962/542 

The Executive Office of Public Safety. n.d. 20 p. 962/543 

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) Grants. 1996 5 p. 961/370 

D.A.R.E. Summer Program 

Manual, Revised 7/1/96. 1996 [var. pag.] 963/598 

Executive Office of Transportation and Construction 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Feasibility Study Relating to a Unified Transportation System in 
the Boston Metropolitan Area. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/384 

Independent Assessment of Massachusetts Highway Maintenance 
Privatization Program. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Coopers & 
Lybrand L.L.P. ] 963/599 

Pitchburg State College 

160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Undergraduate Catalog 1995/96. n.d. 234 p. 962/544 

Franingham State College 

P.O. Box 9101, 100 State Street, Framingham, MA 01701-9101 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

Undergraduate Catalog 1996/97. n.d. 176 p. 964/385 



General Court 

state House, Boston, MA 02133 

Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House 

Room 208 and Room 145, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

List of Committees of the General Court of Massachusetts 1996 
(Corrected through February 9, 1996). 1996 98 p. 961/371 

Committee on Insurance 

Room 254, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Fact Sheet: H6231, An Act to Increase Access and Af f ordability 
on Health Insurance in Massachusetts. 1996 7 p. 964/386 

Conference Committee on the Budget 

Room 212, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

FY97 Budget Report: Highlights. 1996 6 p. [Includes 
press release.] 962/545 

Joint Rule llA-Line Items Regarding FY95 Budget. 1994 45 p. 
961/373 

Joint Rule llA-Line Items Regarding Supplemental Budgets (1993 
House Doc 4830 and 1993 Senate Doc 1589). 1993 4 p. 961/372 

Reorganization Charts: Office of Labor, Education and Economic- 
Development; Executive Office of Administration and Finance and 
Executive Office of Health and Human Services. 1996 3 p. 962/546 

Report under the Provisions of Joint Rule llA for the Conference 
of H.6001 and S.2301: FY97 Budget Outside Sections. 1996 49 p. 
962/547 

Report under the Provisions of Joint Rule llA for the Conference 
of H.6001 and S.2301: Section 2. 1996 45 p. 962/548 

Report Under the Provisions of Joint Rule llA for the Conference 
of 1995 House Doc 5001 and 1995 Senate Doc 1997, FY96 Budget. 1995 
41 p. [Line item report.] 961/374 

Report Under the Provisions of Joint Rule llA for the Conference 
of 1995 House Doc 5001 and 1995 Senate Doc 1997, FY96 Budget. 1995 
41 p. [Outside sections report.] 961/375 

Foundation Budget Review Commission 
Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

First Report. 1996 78 p. 1996 Senate Doc 2287 [This commission 
was formed under MGL Chapter 70, Section 4.] 962/549 



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General Court, continued 

House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 145, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Preliminary Review: Consultant Expenditures FY87. n.d. 48 p. 
961/376 

House of Representatives Committee on Personnel and Administration 
Room 356, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Employee Handboook. n.d. 36 p. 961/377 

Joint Committee on Health Care 

Room 130, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

An Act Providing for Improved Access to Health Care (Chapter 203 
of the Acts of 1996): Section-by-Section Summary. 1996 4 p. 
964/387 

Health of the Commonwealth: A Report Card. 1996 [unpaged] 
[Compiled by: Health of the Commonwealth Working Group. ] 962/550 

Joint Committee on Transportation 
Room 445, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Findings and Recommendations from the Commission to Examine the 
Need for Guards on the Blue Line Trains and the Need to Maintain 
Staffing Levels of Not Less than One Employee at All Stations Equipped 
with Automatic Token Machines or Electronic Token Machines. 1996 
13 p. [This commission was established by Chapter 205 Section 120 of 
the Acts of 1996.] 963/600 

Joint Committee on Ways and Means 

Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Transcript of the Joint Hearing of the Ways and Means Committees 
for the Purpose of Hearing Testimony from the Public on the House 
Bill 5780, "An Act Encouraging a Citizen Legislature Accountable to 
the People"; Volume I. 1996 232 p. [Hearing held in Gardner 
Auditorium of the State House on Wednesday, February 21, 1996.] 
963/601 

Office of the Senate President 

Room 332, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Letter to John Silber Regarding Implementation of the Education 
Reform Act. 1996 2 p. 964/388 



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General Court, continued 

Select Senate Committee to Study the Contribution of Women 
to the Government of the Commonwealth 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Initial Report. 1996 19 p. 1996 Senate Doc 2241 [Under 
the provisions of 1995 Senate 1845 and continued by 1996 Senate 2216. 
961/378 

Senate Committee on Ways and Means 

Room 212, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report Relative to Procedures for City Budgets. 1993 3 p. 
[1993 House Doc 4830] 961/380 

Senate Legislative Education Office 

Room 109C, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Legislative Intern Handbook. 1996 33 p. 961/381 

Senate Post Audit and Oversight Committee 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

The Division of Energy Resources' Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program; 
An Unique Approach to an Alternative Idea. 1995 30 p. 1995 Senate 
Doc 1842 962/551 

The Massachusetts Firearm Recordkeeping System: Broken, But Not 
Beyond Repair (Issue Brief). 1996 40 p. 962/552 

A Prescription for Competition: The Restructuring of the Electric 
Utility Industry. 1995 85 p. 1995 Senate Doc 2130 962/553 

Review of Court Interpreter's Services. 1996 5 p. 961/379 

Rules and Rule Makers: A Review of Administrative Emergency 
Policy Procedures, 1991 through 1994. 1995 28 p. 1995 Senate 
Doc 1825 962/554 

Senator Brian P. Lees 

Room 308, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Legislative Report as of May 1, 1996. 1996 1 p. 
1996 Senate Doc 2290 962/555 

Senator Cheryl A. Jacques 

Room 312-B, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Assault Weapons Ban Legislation (Includes press releases and 
fact sheets). 1996 [var. pag.] [Information released at the refil- 
ing of legislation on December 3, 1996.] 964/389 



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General Court, continued 

Senator James P. Ja juqa 

Room 217, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Police Details Report: Findings and Recommendations, April 30, 
1996. 1996 [var. pag . ] 962/556 

Special Commission on Early Childhood 
Rom 413H, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Children First: A Plan for an Early Care and Education System 
for Massachusetts. 1995 51 p. 961/382 

Special Commission on Public Financing of Political Campaigns 
c/o Room 411, One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Report. 1996 98 p. [1996 Senate Doc 2313] 963/602 

Special Commission to Make an Investigation and Study of the 
Financing of the MBTA 

Final Report. 1996 115 p. 1996 House Doc 5781 961/383 

Special Commissionn on Forest Management Practices 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Report. 1996 55 p. 1996 Senate Doc 2425 [Commission 
established by Section 341 of the Acts of 1995 and revived and 
continued for one year under Chapter 151 of the Acts of 1996.] 
963/603 

Special Committee of the House Established to Make an Investigation 
and Study of Veterans^ Affairs in the Commonwealth 
Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Interim Report- 1996 21 p. 1996 House Doc 5735 [Committee 
established under House Order No. 1456 of 1995.] 961/384 

Government Land Bank 

One Court Street, Boston, MA 02108 

The Co-Op Housing Initiative. 1988 [var. pag.] 961/385 

Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Comprehensive Plan to Downsize and Reorganize Massachusetts 
State Government. 1996 [var. pag.] [Includes 38 bills and section- 
by-section analysis of the bills where available. Bills are numbered 
from 1996 House Doc 5800 through 1996 House Doc 5837.] 961/386 

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Governor, continued 

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY97, Volume I. 1996 [var. 
pag.] 1996 House Doc lA 961/387 

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY97, Volume II. 1996 [var. 
pag.] 1996 House Doc lA 961/388 

Letter to the General Court Regarding House 5100 of 1994 
(Appropriations for FY95). 1994 10 p. [Includes veto messages.] 
961/389 

Message from His Excellency the Governor Relative of the Concerns 
of the Commonwealth: State of the State Address, January 9, 1996. 
1996 13 p. [1996 Senate Doc 2150] 961/390 

State of the State Address. By William F. Weld 1996 8 p. 
[Given before a Joint Session of the General Court on Tuesday, 
January 9, 1996, State House, Boston.] 961/391 

Massachusetts National & Community Service Commission 

87 Summer Street, 4th floor, Boston, MA 02110 
Note: This commission was established by Governor William F. Weld 
in December 1991. 

Comprehensive State Plan 1995/96: Moving a Tradition of Service 
in a New Direction, n.d. 21 p. 961/392 

Governor's Advisory Committee on Information Technology (GACIT) 

One Ashburton Place, Room 601, Boston, MA 02108 

Commonwealth 2000: Massachusetts' Strategic Plan for Information 
Technology. 1994 47 p. 964/390 

Governor's Alliance Against Drugs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Developing Peer Leadership Programs: A Handbook for School & 
Community. n.d. 17 p. 963/604 

Massachusetts Drug Fighters of the Year 1993. 1993 [unpaged] 
[Held at the John F. Kennedy Library on October 25, 199 3.] 
963/605 

Massachusetts Drug Fighters of the Year 1995. 1993 [unpaged] 
[Held at the John F. Kennedy Library on October 23, 1993.] 
963/606 

Statewide Prevention Strategy. 1992 [var. pag.] 963/607 



134 



Governor's Citizens' Task Force on Adoption 

c/o Aaron Lazare, M.D., UMASS Medical Center, 55 Lake Avenue 
North, Worcester, MA 01655 

Report of the Citizens' Task Force on Adoption for the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1996 [var. pag.] 962/557 

Governor's Commission on Domestic Violence 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2100, Boston, MA 02202 

The Children of Domestic Violence. 1996 42 p. 964/391 

FORUM, vol. 1, no. 1, February 1994. 1994 7 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/393 

***FORUM, vol. 1, no. 2, May 1994. 1994 8 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/394 

FORUM, vol. 1, no. 3, Fall 1994. 1994 7 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/395 

FORUM, vol. 1, no. 4, March 1995. 1995 8 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/396 

Note: Volume 2, number 1 is not available. 

FORUM, vol. 2, no. 2, June 1995. 1995 8 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/397 

FORUM, vol. 2, no. 3, November 1995. 1995 8 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/398 

FORUM, vol. 3, no. 1, February 1996. 1996 8 p. [Produced in 
cooperation with the Committee on Criminal Justice.] 961/399 

Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth 

Room 111, State House, Boston, MA 213 3 

Recommendations for the Support of Gay/Straight Alliances in 
Massachusetts. 1996 4 p. 964/392 

Governor's Commission on Mental Retardation 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1103A, Boston, MA 02202 

Innnovations in Individualized Housing for People with Mental 
Retardation. 1996 34 p. [Report from the Commission's Public 
Hearing held at Worcester State College, May 9, 1995.] 964/393 



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Governor's Cottmission on Mental Retardation, continued 

Nursing Homes as Residential Placements for Persons with 
Mental Retardation. 1996 28 p. [Report from the Commission's 
Public Hearing held at the State House on February 1, 1996.] 
963/608 

Strategies to Reduce the Waiting List: The Viability of 
Family-State Funding Partnerships for New Residential Placements. 
1996 [var. pag. ] 963/609 

Supporting Everyday Life: Addressing Risk and Safety Issues for 
Adults with Mental Retardation (Conference Proceedings, March 16, 
1995). 1995 [var. pag,] 963/610 

Transportation Services for People with Mental Retardation. 

1995 14 p. [Report from the Commission's Public Hearing held 
September 12, 1995 at Bristol Community College.] 964/394 

Trends in the Massachusetts Services System for Persons with 
Mental Retardation: Where Are We and Where Are We Going? 1995 
36 p. 963/611 

Governor's Green Ribbon CoBJinission 

c/o Metropolitan District Commission, 20 Somerset Street, Boston, 
MA 02108 

Enhancing the Future of the Metropolitan Park System: Final 
Report and Recommendations of the Green Ribbon Commission. 1996 
55 p. 962/558 

Governor's Highway Safety Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2104, Boston, MA 02202 

Highway Safety Plan FY95. 1994 168 p. 964/395 

Highway Safety Planning Document and Benchmark Report FY96. 
n.d. 194 p. 964/396 

M.A.P. (Massachusetts Action Plan) for Highway Safety FY97. 

1996 [var. pag.] 963/612 

The New Massachusetts Drunk Driving Law: This 6-Pack Cost 
Him $4,717. 1996 2 p. 962/559 

Governor's Management Task Force 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Year End Progress Report 1980. 1980 22 p. 961/400 



136 



Governor's Task Force on Hate Crimes 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1994: Hate Crime in Massachusetts. 1996 23 p. 
961/401 

Greenfield Community College 

One College Drive, Greenfield, MA 01301 

Catalog 1995/96. n.d. 144 p. 962/560 

Group Insurance Commission 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

Annual Report for FY95 and FY96. 1996 18 p. 963/613 

Benefit Decision Guide 1996/97. 1996 16 p. 962/561 

For Your Benefit: A Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, Winter 1995-96. 1996 6 p. 
961/402 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 962/562 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ,.. Summer 1996. 
1996 6 p. 963/614 

For Your Benefit: The Newsletter for Active and Retired 
Employees of the Commonwealth, Autumn 1996. 1996 4 p. 963/615 

Health cind Educational Facilities Authority 

99 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 

Annual Report 1993. 1993 [var. pag. ] [Includes financial 
report.] 963/616 

1994 Members of the Authority. 1993 [var. pag.] [There is no 
copy of the 1994 annual report available.] 963/617 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. [var. pag.] [Includes financial 
statements . ] 962/563 

Of Principle Interest, Winter Issue 1996. 1996 6 p. [This is 
the first issue of a quarterly newsletter.] 964/397 



Higher Education Coordinating Council 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1401, Boston, MA 2108 

State and Community Colleges Joint Admission Agreement. 1996 
6 p. 962/564 

Office of Student Financial Assistance 
330 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116 

Financial Aid Kit. n.d. [var. pag. ] 962/565 

The U. Plan: Massachusetts College Savings Program 
P.O. Box 1365, Framingham, MA 01701 

U. Plan: The Massachusetts College Savings Program. n.d. 
32 p. 962/566 

Highway Department 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

Community Walking Resource Guide. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by 
WALKBos ton . ] 964/398 

Redware and Redcoats: A Popular Report on the Archaelogy 
Performed in Charlestown, Massachusetts for the Central Artery 
North Reconstruction Project. 1994 39 p. [Prepared by: 
The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. ] 962/567 

Traffic Volumes 1995. n.d. [unpaged] 963/618 

Volume 1: I-95/I-93 (Route 128) Transportation Improvememt 
Project, Wellesley to Randolph, Masssachusetts . 1996 [var. pag.] 
Environmental Assessment/Draft Environmental Impact Report (EOEA 
5072) 963/619 

Volume 2: 1-9 5/1-9 3 (Route 128) Transportation Improvememt 
Project, Wellesley to Randolph, Masssachusetts (Exhibits). 1996 
[var. pag. ] Environmental Assessment/Draft Environmental Impact 
Report (EOEA 5072) 963/620 

Volume 3: I-95/I-93 (Route 128) Transportation Improvememt 
Project, Wellesley to Randolph, Masssachusetts (Appendix A and B) . 
1996 [var. pag. ] Environmental Assessment/Draft Environmental 
Impact Report (EOEA 5072) 963/621 

Volume 4: I-95/I-93 (Route 128) Transportation Improvememt 
Project, Wellesley to Randolph, Masssachusetts (Appendices C-G) . 
1996 [var. pag. ] Environmental Assessment/Draft Environmental 
Impact Report (EOEA 5072) 963/622 



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Highway Department, continued 

Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project 
One South Station, Boston, MA 02110 

Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: Design Section 
D009B/D009C; Volume I of II. 1992 [var. pag.] File No. 11747.92 
[Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental , Inc.] 962/568 

Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: Design Section 
D009B/D009C, Volume II of II 1992 [var. pag.] File No. 11747.92 
[Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.] 962/569 

Supplemental Geotechnical Data Report South Bay Interchange: 
Design Section D009A. 1993 [var. pag.] File No. 11747.19 [Pre- 
pared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.] 962/572 

Geotechnical Engineering Report South Bay Interchange: Design 
Section D009A; Volume I of II. 1992 129 p. File No. 11747.91 
[Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.] 962/570 

Geotechnical Engineering Report South Bay Interchange: Design 
Section D009A; Volume II of II. 1992 [var. pag.] File No. 
11747.91 [Prepared by: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.] 962/571 

Massachusetts Highway Department Finance Plan, August 1995 
as Amended February 1996- 1996 [var. pag.] 961/403 

Historical Conunission 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Massachusetts Archaeology Week: Calendar of Events. 1996 
23 p. [Celebrated from October 5-14, 1996.] 964/399 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 22, no. 3 & 4, 1996. 1996 12 p. 
961/404 

State Register of Historic Places 1995. 1996 339 p. 961/405 

Housing Finance Agency 

One Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 

CEO (Challenging Equal Opportunity) : A Newsletter for Minority 
Business Enterprise Vendors and Property Management Professionals, 
March 1996. 1996 15 p. 961/406 

CEO (Challenging Equal Opportunity): A Newsletter for Minority 
Business Enterprise Vendors and Property Management Professionals, 
June 1996. 1996 16 p. 962/573 

MHFA Update, vol. 16, Spring 1996. 1996 8 p. 962/574 

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Housing Partnership Fund 

Two Oliver Street, Boston, MA 02109 

NETWORK: The Newsletter of the Masachusetts Housing Partnership 
Fund, Fall 1996. 1996 8 p. 963/623 

NETWORK: The Newsletter of the Massachusetts Housing Partnership 
Fund, Spring 1996, 1996 8 p. 962/575 

Industrial Finance Agency 

75 Federal Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02110 

$8,500,000 Refunding Revenue Bonds St. Mark's School Issue 
Series 1995, Dated: December 1, 1995. 1995 [var. pag. ] 961/407 

$9,115,000 MIFA Revenue Bonds (East Boston Neighborhood Health 
Center Corporation - 1996 Issue), New Issue, Dated: September 1, 1996 
1996 [var. pag.] 964/400 

$11,990,000 Revenue Bonds Heights Crossing Limited Partnership 
Issue (FHA Insured Project (Series 1995), Dated: December 1, 1995. 
1995 [var. pag.] 961/408 

$13,500,000 Industrial Finance Agency Revenue Bonds (Assumption 
College Issue, Series 1996), New Issue, Dated: July 1, 1996. 1996 
[var. pag.] 963/624 

$20,485,000 Revenue Bonds (Goddard House-Series 1995), Dated: 
December 4, 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] 961/409 

$32,850,000 Museum Revenue Refunding Bonds (Museum of Fine Arts, , 
Boston - 1996 Issue), Dated: February 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
961/410 I 

$37,700,000 Water Treatment Revenue Bonds (Massachusetts-American 
Hingham Project) Series 1995, Dated: July 1, 1995. 1995 [var. 
pag.] 961/411 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. 24 p. 964/401 

Annual Report 1995. 1995 23 p. 962/576 

MIFACTS: Spring 1995. 1995 6 p. 964/402 

Industrial Services Program 

529 Main Street, Suite 400, Boston, MA 02129 

Note: This agency has changed its name to the Corporation for 
Business Work §fid Learning. 

Annual Report 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 964/403 



140 



Industrial Services Program, continued 

Innovative Bridges, A Joint Newsletter of Bay State Skills Corpor- 
ration and the Industrial Services Program, Summer 1996. 1996 12 p. 
964/405 

Innovative Bridges, A Joint Newsletter of Bay State Skills Corpor- 
ation and the Industrial Services Program, Fall 1996. 1996 8 p. 
964/405 

Information Technology Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 801, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency was formerly called Office of Management Informa- 
tion Systems. 

Information Technology Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 3, Fall 1996, 
1996 12 p. 964/406 

GACIT f Governor's Advisory Committee on Information Technology 1 

GACIT Wiring Standards and Guidelines, Version 2.0, July 1996. 
1996 [var. pag.] 963/625 

John W. McCormack Institute of Pioblic Affairs 

100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Boston Observer: Essays by a Globe Columnist on the Life of 
the City (1970 - 1985). By Ian Menzies 1995 147 p. Occasional 
Paper 964/407 

Did the Media Serve Us Well?: A Critic's View of Coverage of 
Ross Perot's 1992 Presidential Campaign. By Peter Ajemian 1995 
44 p. Occasional Paper 964/408 

Fiscal Recovery and the Changing Role of Massachusetts State 
Government: Weld Administration Budget Policy 1991-1995. 
By Michael J. O'Neil 1996 56 p. Occasional Paper 964/409 

McCormack Institute Update, March 1996. 1996 4 p. 962/578 

New England Journal of Public Policy, vol. 11, no. 2, Spring/Summer 
1996. 1996 172 p. [This is a special issue on "Latinos in a 
Changing Society".] 962/579 

The Politics of South Africa: From Democratic Transition to 
Democratic Consolidation. By Padraig O'Malley 1994 54 p. 
Occasional Paper 964/410 

Religion and Conflict: The Case of Northern Ireland. 
By Padraig O'Malley 1995 25 p. Occasional Paper 964/411 



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John W. McComack Institute of Public Affairs, continued 

Searching for a UMASS President: Transitions and Leaderships 
1970-1991. By Richard A. Hogarty n.d. 45 p. [Reprint of an 
article from the New England Journal of Public Policy. ] 964/412 

Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy 

Directory of Latino Candidates in Massachusetts 1968 - 1994. 
By Carol Hardy-Fanta et al . 1995 23 p. 961/412 

Latino Electoral Campaigns in Massachusetts: The Impact of 
Gender, Final Report. By Carol Hardy-Fanta et al. 1995 112 p. 
[This report was released 10/15/95 and revised 11/15/95.] 962/577 

Speaking from Experience: A Handbook of Successful Strategies 
by and for Latino Candidates in Massachusetts. By Carol Hardy-Fanta 
et al. 1995 29 p. 961/413 

Joint Labor-Management Committee for Municipal Police and Fire 

One Ashburton Place, Room 610, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/413 

Legal Assistance Corporation 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 820, Boston, MA 02108 

Commission on Equal Justice 

Equal Access to Justice: Renewing the Commitment. 1996 71 p. 
964/414 

Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

1994 Massachusetts Low-Level Radioactive Waste Survey Report. 
1996 [var. pag.] 961/414 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/415 

LLRW UP-FRONT, vol. 5, no. 2, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 
963/626 1 

Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility: Statewide ■ 
Mapping and Screening Protocol and Procedures (Draft). 1996 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: Foster Wheeler Environmental Corporation 
et al. ] 961/415 , 



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Maritime Academy 

101 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Annual Report 1995. 1996 [unpaged] 962/580 

Martha's Vineyard Commission 

Box 1447, Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 
Note: There were no reports done for 1990/91 and 1993/94. 

Annual Report 1989/90. n.d. [unpaged] 963/627 

Annual Report 1992/93. n.d. [unpaged] 963/628 

Annual Report 1994/95. n.d. [unpaged] 963/629 

Annual Report 1995/96. n.d. [unpaged] 963/630 

Massachusetts Archives at Columbia Point 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Researching Your Family's History at the Massachusetts Archives, 
Updated 6/96. 1996 22 p. 964/417 

Subject Guide to Records in the Massachusetts Archives. 1996 
222 p. 964/418 

Massachusetts Association of Regional Planning Agencies 

60 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02111 

Fact Sheet and Listing of the Agencies. 1996 [var. pag. ] 
963/631 

Massachusetts Bay Community College 

50 Oakland Street, Wellesley Hills, MA 02181 

Fact Sheets and Information Kit- n.d. [var. pag.] 962/581 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

*$160,000,000 1996 Series B Notes, Dated: September 5, 1996. 
1996 [var. pag.] [ *Preliminary ] 963/632 

$160,000,000 1996 Series B Notes, Dated: September 5, 1996. 
1996 [var. pag.] 963/633 



Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, continued 

*$165,000,000 1996 Series A Nates, Dated: March 1, 1996. 
1996 [var. pag. ] [ *Preliminary ] 961/416 

$165,000,000 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 1996 
Series A Notes, Dated: March 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 961/417 

$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds 1996 Series A, 
Dated: March 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 961/418 

*$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds 1996 Series B, 
New Issue, Dated: October 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] [*Prelimi- 
nary] 964/419 

$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds 1996 Series B, 
New Issue, Dated: October 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/420 

Official Public Transit Map. n.d. 2 p. 963/634 

Advisory Board 

120 Boylston Street, Suite 504, Boston, MA 02116 

Report to the MBTA Advisory Board, MBTA FY92, Transfer 
Request #2. 1996 13 p. [The report was submitted by the 
Finance Committee of the Advisory Board. ] 964/4 21 

Mortgaging the MBTA: MBTA Budget Performance FY95. 1996 
[var. pag.] 961/419 

North-South Rail Link Project 

Fact Sheet: NorthSouth Rail Link. n.d. 5 p. 961/420 

Massachusetts Bays Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2006, Boston, MA 02202 
Note: The Bays Program is a cooperative venture of the Coastal Zone 
Management Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the 
Massachusetts Environmental Trust 

Bays Connection Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 2, Fall 1995. 1995 
4 p. 961/421 

Bioavailability and Biotransformation of Polycyclic Aromatic HydrO' 
carbons in Benthic Environments of Coastal Massachusetts, Executive 
Summary and Recommendations for Resource Management. By Anne McElroy 
et al. 1994 .11 p. MBP-95-02S 963/636 

Bioavailability and Biotransformation of Polycyclic Aromatic 
Hydrocarbons in Benthic Environments of Coastal Massachusetts. 
By Anne McElroy et al. 1994 58 p. MBP-95-02 963/635 



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Massachusetts Bays Program, continued 

Bluefish River Septic System Remediation Project. n,d. 2 p. 
964/422 

Comprehensive Conservation & Management Plan 1996 (Summary). 
1996 57 p. 964/423 

***The Fate and Effects of Pollutants in the Bays: Fact Sheet 
No. 7. n.d. 5 p. 961/422 

Physical Oceanographic Investigation of Massachusetts and 
Cape Cod Bays. By W. Rockwell Geyer et al . 1992 497 p. 
MBP-92-03 963/637 

Physical Oceanographic Investigation of Massachusetts and 
Cape Cod Bays, Executive Summary. By W. Rockwell Geyer et al . 
1992 18 p. MBP-92-03S 963/638 

Physical Oceanography of Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays: 
Fact Sheet No. 5. n.d. 5 p. 961/423 

Progress Report, Summer 1996. 1996 7 p. 963/639 

Shellfish Bed Restoration Progam. 1995 2 p. 961/424 

Summary. 1995 2 p. 961/425 

Survival and Deposition of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in 
Sediments of Boston Harbor. By Michael P. Shiaris 1992 87 p. 
MBP-92-05 963/640 

Survival and Deposition of Fecal Indicator Bacteria in 
Sediments of Boston Harbor, Executive Summary. By Michael P. 
Shiaris 1992 8 p. MBP-92-04S 963/641 



Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency 

400 Worcester Road, P.O. Box 1496, Framingham, MA 01701 

MEMA News, vol. 4, no. 1, February 1996. 1996 
11 p. 961/426 

MEMA NEWS, vol. 4, no. 2, June 1996. 1996 19 p. 
963/642 

Response to Superterrorism Supplemental Reading: Supplemental 
Course Material for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Terrorism. 
By John E. Aucott 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/424 



145 



Massachusetts Firef ighting Academy 

P.O. Box 1025, State Road, Stow, MA 01775 

Directory of Massachusetts Fire Services 1995 - 1996. n.d. 
[var. pag.] 961/427 

Massachusetts Port Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

j.o.b.s.; Job Opportunities/A Boston Survey: A Survey of 
Positions in Eight Local Industries. 1979 [unpaged] 962/582 

Port of Boston Economic Development Plan: A Call to Action. 
1996 [unpaged] 961/428 

Port of Boston Economic Development Plan, Executive Summary. 
1996 47 p. 961/429 

International Trade Office 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. 44 p. 962/583 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. 37 p. 962/584 

Massachusetts Sentencing Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 902, Boston, MA 02202 

Report to the General Court. 1996 [var. pag.] 962/585 

MassGIS (Geographic Information Systems) 

20 Somerset Street, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02108 

MassGIS Datalayer Descriptions and Guide to User Services. 
1996 106 p. [There are 3 CD-ROMs accompanying this guide.] 
962/586 



Merrimack Valley Planning Commission 

160 Main Street, Haverhill, MA 01830 

Shellfish Enhancement Project. 1995 4 p. 961/430 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

60 Temple Place, Boston, MA 02111 

A Demographic Profile of Arlington, Massachusetts 1970 - 2005. 
By Meredith Pickering and Rachael Chioino n.d. [var. pag.] 
DA/95-01 963/643 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council, continued 

Description of Services. n.d. [var. pag. ] 963/644 

Economic Development in the MAGIC Subregion: A White Paper. 
By Judith C. Alland et al . 1995 [var. pag.] 963/645 

Greater Boston Clean Cities. n.d. 4 p. 963/646 

Metro Boston Brownfields Status Report From Eyesore to 
Opportunity: Financing & Other Strategies to Recycle Contaminated 
Sites. By Judith Alland et al . 1995 [var. pag.] ED/95-01 
963/647 

Metro Boston Environmental Greenbook 1996 Edition: A 
Directory of Environmentally Concerned Organizations Including 
Government Agencies and Non-Profits. By Seth Riseman et al. 1996 
[var. pag.] EN/96-01 963/648 

MetroWest Fee Study. By Rachael Chioino and Kent Stasiowski 
1995 [var. pag.] GP/95-01 963/649 

Metropolitan District Commission 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

The Black Regiments of Camp Meigs. n.d. 2 p. 962/587 

Boston Harbor Islands State Park. n.d. 2 p. 962/588 

Camp Meigs and the Civil War. n.d. 2 p. 962/589 

New Charles River Basin: Charles River Reservation. 1995 8 p, 
962/590 

A User's Guide to the Charles River Basin 1996 Season. 1996 
8 p. 962/591 

Montachusett Regional Planning Commission 

R1427 Water Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Fact Sheet and MART System Schedule & Map. 1996 [var. pag.] 
963/650 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 

P.O. Box 426, Ludlow, MA 01056 

Annual Report 1995 and First Quarter Report 1996. 1996 
[var. pag.] 962/592 



147 



Municipal Wholesale Electric cbmpkny, continued 

Second Quarter Report for the Months Ended June 30, 1996. 
1996 2 p. 963/651 

Third Quarter Report for the Months Ended September 30, 1996. 
1996 2 p. 964/425 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

The Vascular and Non-Vascular Flora of Nantucket, Tuckernuck 
and Muskeget Islands. By Bruce A. Sorrie and Peter W. Dunwiddie 
1996 145 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Massachusetts 
Audubon Society, Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association and The 
Nature Conservancy. ] 962/593 

The Vascular and Non-Vascular Flora of Nantucket, Tuckernuck 
and Muskeget Islands, 2nd Edition. By Bruce A. Sorrie and 
Peter W. Dunwiddie 1996 145 p. [Prepared in cooperation with: 
The Massachusetts Audubon Society, The Nantucket Maria Mitchell 
Association and The Nature Conservancy. ] 964/426 

Wildlife Diversity Funding Initiative. 1996 [var. pag. ] 
[This program is commonly known as Teaming with Wildlife, a Natural 
Investment.] 963/652 

Small Research Contracts 



1996 Reguests for Proposals. 1996 5 p. 



961/431 



Northern Essex Community College 

Elliott Way, Haverhill, MA 01830 

Catalog 1995/97. n.d. 217 p. 



963/653 



Occupational Health Surveillance Program 

250 Washington Street, 6th Program, Boston, MA 



02108 



Massachusetts Fatal Injuries at Work: 1994 Update. n.d. 

12 p. [Detailed tables.] 963/654 

Massachusetts Fatal Injuries at Work: 1994 Update. 1996 
8 p. 963/655 



Office for Children 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Building Quality Child Care for Children with Disabilities: 
Child Care 2000. n.d. 2 p. 964/427 

Caring for Children: Your Licensing Guide, Application Form 
and Instructions. n.d. 19 p. 963/656 

Child Care Dialogue, vol. 5, Fall 1994. 1994 7 p. 962/594 

Child Care Dialogue, vol. 6, Winter 1994. 1994 7 p. 962/595 

Child Care Dialogue, vol. 7, Spring 1995. 1995 7 p. 962/596 

Child Care Dialogue, vol. 8, Summer 1995. 1995 7 p. 962/597 

Child Care Dialogue, vol. 9, Fall 1995. 1995 5 p. 962/598 

Child Care Dialogue, vol. 11, Spring 1996. 1996 7 p. 961/432 

Office for Refugees and Iminigrants 

2 Boylston Street, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02116 

New Roots, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 962/599 

Refugees and Immigrants in Massachusetts: A Demographic Report. 
1989 12 p. 961/433 

Office for School to Work Transition 

101 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02110 

Celebrate Summer of Work and Learning. 1996 8 p. 
[Ceremony held at the State House on September 25, 1996.] 964/428 

The Connector, vol. 1, no. 1, Winter 1995. 1995 4 p. 964/429 

The Connector, vol. 1, no. 2, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 964/430 

The Connector, vol. 1, no. 3, Summer 1996. 1996 4 p. 964/4 31 

Massachusetts Regional Employment Boards and Local Partnerships 
(Map). 1996 1 p. 964/432 

The Massachusetts School to Work Initiative: Educator Action 
Steps. n.d. 12 p. 964/433 

The Massachusetts School to Work Initiative: Employer Action 
Steps. n.d. 12 p. 964/434 



Office for School to Work Transition, continued 

The Massachusetts School-to-Work System: A Reference Guide to 
Policy and Legislation. n.d. 95 p. [Prepared by: Bay State 
Skills Corporation.] 964/435 

Office for Victim Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1104, Boston, MA 02202 

SAFEPLAN (Safety Assistance for Every Person Leaving Abuse Now) 
Massachusetts. 1996 2 p. 964/436 

Office of Business Development 

One Ashburton Place, Room 2101, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. 34 p. 962/600 

Massachusetts: The Venture Capital. n.d. kit 962/601 

Semi-Annual Report 1995. n.d. 18 p. 962/602 

Semi-Annual Report FY96. 1996 15 p. 962/603 

Municipal Permit Streamlining Committee 

Permitting to Compete: Streamlining Your Process. 1995 
[var. pag. ] 963/657 

Office of Campaign & Political Finance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 411, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Opinion (Application of "Bundling" to Federal 
Candidates). 1996 2 p. AO-96-10 961/434 

Advisory Opinion (Application of M.G.L. c. 55, ss. 13-17 
to 0-3 Employee). 1996 2 p. AO-96-15 962/604 

Advisory Opinion (Ballot Question Committees Organized to 
Promote or Oppose Questions on Municipal Ballot) . 1996 2 p. 
AO-96-13 962/605 

Advisory Opinion (Ballot Question Committees Organized to 
Promote or Oppose Questions on Municipal Ballot) , Revised. 1996 

2 p. AO-96-13 963/658 

Advisory Opinion (Committee Expenditures for Legal Costs). 1996 

3 p. AO-96-18 962/606 



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Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Disclosure of Funds Received by Ballot 
Question Committee in Connection with Certification of Ballot 
Question). 1995 AO-95-44 961/435 

Advisory Opinion (Distribution of Charter Commission Report). 
1996 2 p. AO-96-03 961/436 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditure of Public Funds to Distribute 
Information to Voters Regarding Town Meeting or Ballot Questions). 
1996 3 p. AO-96-30 964/437 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditures on Behalf of Candidate Seeking 
Membership on State Committee of Political Party) . 1995 2 p. 
AO-95-43 961/437 

Advisory Opinion (Filing and Reporting Requirements 
Western Mass. Republicans). 1996 3 p. AO-96-19 962/607 

Advisory Opinion (Fundraising by Former Candidate to Pay 
Civil Penalty). 1996 3 p. AO-96-31 964/438 

Advisory Opinion (Gifts to Contributors). 1996 4 p. 
AO-96-17 962/608 

Advisory Opinion (Indirect Solicitation of Political 
Contributions by Public Employees). 1996 3 p. AO-96-09 
961/438 

Advisory Opinion (John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company 
State Political Action Committee) . 1996 5 p. AO-96-26 
963/659 

Advisory Opinion (Person in the Service) . 1996 2 p. 
AO-96-06 961/439 

Advisory Opinion (Political Activity by Administrative 
Law Judge). 1996 5 p. AO-96-12 961/440 

Advisory Opinion (Political Activity by Public Employee 
Seeking Membership on State Committee of Political Party) . 1995 
3 p. AO-96-23 963/660 

Advisory Opinion (Political Fund-Raising by Public Employee 
on Leave of Absence). 1996 2 p. AO-96-28 964/439 

Advisory Opinion (Proposed New Membership Benefit for Republican 
Party Contributors). 1996 2 p. AO-96-11 961/441 



Office of Campaign and Political t'inance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Provision of Links from City Internet 
Homepage to Homepages of Members of City Council - Cambridge). 
1996 4 p. AO-96-04 961/442 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee's Political Activity). 
1996 3 p. AO-96-16 962/609 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Harriett L. Stanley). 1996 
2 p. AO-96-29 964/440 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Valerie Barsom) . 1996 2 p. 
AO-96-21 963/661 

Advisory Opinion (School Room). 1996 3 p. AO-96-05 
961/443 

Advisory Opinion (Senator Charles E. Shannon - Travel 
Expenditures). 1996 3 p. AO-96-08 961/444 

Advisory Opinion (Senator Jane M. Swift). 1996 3 p. AO-96-25 
963/662 

Advisory Opinion (Senator Richard Moore). 1996 5 p. AO-96-20 
963/663 

Advisory Opinion (Senator W. Paul White). 1996 3 p. AO-96-07 
961/445 

Advisory Opinion (Sponsorship of Non-Resident Fundraising Event), 
1996 4 p. AO-96-02 961/446 

Advisory Opinion (The Committee to Elect John A. Lepper) . 1996 

2 p. AO-96-24 963/664 

Advisory Opinion (Town Meeting Study Committee - Concord). 1996 
4 p. AO-96-01 961/447 

Advisory Opinion (Use of Discount Coupon Books as Incentive to 
Encourage Contributions). 1996 2 p. AO-96-27 963/665 

Advisory Opinion (Use of Library Trust Funds for Ballot Question; 
1996 3 p. AO-96-14 962/610 

Advisory Opinion (Wellfleet Democratic Town Committee). 1995 

3 p. AO-96-22 963/666 

Alliance for Change. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-46 962/611 

The Beal School News, Shrewsbury. 1996 2 p. CPF-95-71 
962/612 



UMASS Amherst 
College of Engineering 



Engineering News 



irregular 



UMASS Boston 
Chancellors Office 



University Reporter 



monthly 



UMASS Lowell, Institute PMAB Report on monthly 

for the Study of Business Regional Business Condhions 

Markets 



UMASS System 
Board of Trustees 



Minutes of the Meeting irregular 



UMASS Amherst, Water 
Resources Research 
Center 



Newsletter 



monthly 



Water Resources 
Commission 



Minutes of Meeting. 



irregular 



217 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Citizens Against Casino Gambling. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-65 
962/613 

Committee for a Democratic Senate. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-23 
962/614 

Committee to Elect Ben Swan. 1995 2 p. CPF-95-48 962/615 

Committee to Elect Thomas A. Fabrizio. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-45 
962/616 

Complaint Concerning Publication of Gloucester Annual Report. 
1995 1 p. CPF-95-53 962/617 

Councilor Diane J. Modica. 1996 1 p. CPF-95-69 962/618 

Councilor Maura Hennigan. 1996 1 p. CPF-95-69 962/619 

Forest City Management. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-46 962/620 

Interpretative Bulletin: Lease of Real or Personal Property 
by Candidates and Political Committees. 1995 4 p. IB-88-02 
(Formerly OCPF-IB-106; Issued Ocotber 1988) 962/621 

Lease of Property from Paul Cataldo. 1995 2 p. CPF-95-64 
962/622 

Listing of Names of State and County Political Action Committees 
(PACs) and People's Committees and Their CPF ID Numbers. 1996 
11 p. 963/667 

Massachusetts Turnpike Authority (Removal of Tolls). 1996 2 p. 
CPF-95-75; CPF-95-60 962/623 

Mayor Judith Robbins, Attleboro. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-49 
962/624 

Memorandum: Procedure to Transfer a Candidate's Political 
Committee from the State Level to the Municipal Level. 1995 
2 p. M-95-08 961/448 

Memorandum: Request for Waiver and Appeal Procedure 
(M.G.L. c. 55, S.3). 1996 3 p. M-95-04 [Issued: January 1995; 
Revised: January 1996] 962/625 

OCPF Reports, vol. 1, no. 2, March 1996. 1996 4 p. 961/449 

OCPF Reports, vol. 1, no. 3, June 1996. 1996 4 p. 963/668 



153 



POffice of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

OCPF Reports, vol. 1, no. 4, September 1996. 1996 4 p. 
963/669 

Opinion Dynamics Corporation. 1995 1 p. CPF-95-46 
962/626 

Political Activity for State, County and Municipal Employees. 

1994 12 p. 963/670 

Political Committee (Vikki Middleton) . 1996 1 p. CPF-95-69 
962/627 

Representative John Rogers. 1995 3 p. CPF-95-43 962/628 

School Room. 1995 3 p. CPF-95-61 962/629 

Senator Edward J. Clancy. 1995 2 p. CPF-95-55 962/630 

Solicitation of Political Contributions (Johanna E. Dulude) . 

1995 2 p. CPF-95-56 962/631 

Support Our Schools, Wakefield. 1996 2 p. CPF-95-77 
962/632 

Wakefield School Department. 1996 1 p. CPF-95-77 962/633 

Westford Public Schools. 1995 2 p. CPF-95-61 962/634 

William F. Tyer, III, Pittsfield. 1996 1 p. CPF-95-78 
962/635 

Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency was formerly called the Executive Office 
of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation. 

The Tenant's Commandments: A Consumer's Guide to Tenant's 
Rights, Revised. 1996 15 p. 964/441 

Office of Dispute Resolution 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1005, Boston, MA 02202 

Fact Sheets: Agency Description; Consensus-Building Overview; 
Dispute Resolution Skills for Training State and Municipal 
Agencies; Court Annexed Programs (Overview); Environmental 
Mediation Program and Top Tne Reasons Why You Should Consider 
Using the Massachusetts Office of Dispute Resolution. n.d. 
[var. pag.] 964/442 



154 



Office of Employee Relations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Alliance, AFSCME-SEIU, 
AFL-CIO Agreement July 1, 1976 - June 30, 1977. 1976 96 p. 
961/450 

Office of International Trade and Investment 

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 1302, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. 36 p. 963/671 

Business Opportunities in Mexico for Massachusetts Companies. 
1993 54 p. [Prepared by: Beacon Hill Institute of Suffolk 
University and the Donahue Institute of the University of 
Massachusetts. This report is a result of the 1992 Trade 
Mission to Mexico.] 962/636 

Global Connections Massachusetts and Israel: A Trade 
Resource Booklet for Massachusetts and Israeli Firms. 
By David Ben-Ur 1994 44 p. 963/672 

Massachusetts International Biomed Directory. 1992 99 p. 
963/673 

Massachusetts Sister-State Accords & Other Bilateral 
Agreements as of June 21, 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/674 

Massachusetts Trade Mission: India 1995. By Kathleen Molony 

1995 [var. pag. ] 963/675 

Massachusetts Trade Mission: South Africa 1995. By Susan Seely 

1996 [var. pag.] 963/676 

Massachusetts Trade Mission: South America 1995. By Elizabeth 
Ozon 1996 [var. pag.] 963/677 

Massachusetts Trade Mission: Taiwan & Vietnam 1995. 
By Kathleen Molony n.d. [var. pag.] 963/678 

Office of Management Information Systems 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1601, Boston, MA 02108 

Strategic Planning Bureau 

Information Technology Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1996. 
1996 11 p. 961/451 



155 



Office of Refugee and Immigrant Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Ninth Annual Refugee and Immigrant Health and Mental Health 
Legislative Event. 1996 [var. pag.] [Event held at the Nurses' 
Hall, State House, Boston on May 22, 1996.] 962/637 

Refugees and Immigrants in Massachusetts: An Overview of 
Selected Communities. 1996 [unpaged] [Includes: Bosnians, Central 
Americans, Chinese, Dominicans, Ethiopians/Eritreans , Haitians, 
Portugese Speakers, Somalis, Southeast Asians and Former Soviet Union 
Citizens.] 962/638 

Office of the Commissioner of Probation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 405, Boston, MA 2108 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 1, March 1995. 1995 6 p. 
963/679 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 2, June 1995. 1995 6 p. 
963/680 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 3, September 1995. 1995 6 p. 
963/681 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 4, December 1995. 1995 6 p. 
963/682 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 1, March 1996. 1996 6 p. 
962/639 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 2, July 1996. 1996 6 p. 
963/683 

Research and Plannincf Department; Administrative Services 
Division 

Adult New Risk/Need Summary Tables. 1996 [unpaged] 
962/640 

Juvenile New Risk/Need Summary Tables. 1996 [unpaged] 
962/641 

Office of the Comptroller 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Comprehensive Annual Financial 
Report FY Ended June 30, 1995. 1996 185 p. 961/452 



156 



Office of the Comptroller, continued 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Statutory Basis Financial 
Report FY Ended June 30, 1995. 1996 121 p. 961/453 

Internal Control Guide for Departments. 1996 [var. pag. ] 
963/684 

Module II: Document Processing. n.d. [var. pag.] 964/443 

Preliminary Financial Report Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1996. 
1996 246 p. 964/444 

Office of the Inspector General 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1995. 1996 55 p. 962/642 

Letter Regarding the State Biologic Laboratories. 1996 
[var. pag.] 961/454 

Performance Review of the Committee for Public Counsel Services: 
Report, Volume 1 of 2. 1996 118 p. [Prepared by: Daniel Dennis 
& Company.] 962/643 

Performance Review of the Committee for Public Counsel Services: 
Appendices, Volume 2 of 2. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Daniel Dennis & Company. ] 962/644 

Procurement Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 1, December 1995. 1995 3 p. 
961/455 

Procuring Energy Management Services: A Case Study. 1996 54 p. 
962/645 

Proposed Disposition of the Massachusetts Highway Department's 
Wellesley Central Maintenance Facility: A Review Pursuant to 
Chapter 273 of the Acts of 1994. 1996 37 p. 963/685 

Report on the Massachusetts Highway Department's Asset 
Managment System for the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, 
1995 41 p. 961/456 

Review of a Consultant Contract Procured and Administered by 
the MBTA. 1995 40 p. 961/457 

A Review of the Oak Bluffs Bathhouse Project. 1995 24 p. 
961/458 

Value Engineering Change Proposals: A Review of a Central 
Artery/Tunnel Project Cost Control Program. 1996 30 p. 964/445 



157 



Office of the Jury CcBanissioner 

98 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02114 

Trial Juror's Handbook, Fifth Edition. 1994 8 p. 961/459 

Office of the Middlesex District Attorney 

21 McGrath Highway, Somerville, MA 02143 

Project Alliance: Justice and Education in Collaboration for 
Youth; Directory 1996/97. n.d. 94 p. 963/686 

Office of the secretary of state 

Room 337, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

FYI: For Your Information Records Management News You Can Use, 
Volume 2, Issue 1, 1996- 1996 2 p. 963/687 

State House Tours and Government Education Division 

The Guides' Gazette, Summer 1996. 1996 14 p. 963/688 

The Guides' Gazette, Fall 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 964/446 

Lawmaking in Massachusetts, Updated 4/96. 1996 8 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State 
House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 963/689 

Office of the State Fire Marshal 

1010 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 

Annual Report 1995 Massachusetts Fire Incident Reporting 
System. 1996 118 p. 964/447 

Office of Travel 6 Tourism 

100 Cambridge Street, 13th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

1996 Spring & Summer Calendar of Events, n.d. 64 p. 
962/646 

1996 Fall Calendar. 1996 24 p. 964/448 

The French Heritage Trail in Boston. n.d. 2 p. [Prepared 
under the auspices of the American and Canadian French Cultural 
Exchange Commission of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.] 964/449 

Massachusetts Getaway Guide 1996/7. n.d. 132 p. 962/647 



158 



Office of Travel & Tourism, continued 

Massachusetts Highway Map with Boston, Springfield & Worcester 
City Maps. n.d. 2 p. [Includes mileage chart between selected 
cities/towns in Massachusetts.] 963/690 

Technical Visit Resource Directory: Special Listing of 
-Technical Visit Contacts Throughout the Commonwealth. 1996 73 p. 
962/648 

International Marketing 

Massachusetts Clippings: France, November 1995 - April 1996. 
1996 [unpaged] 963/691 

Massachusetts Clippings: Japan, April - September 1995. n.d. 
[unpaged] 962/649 

Massachusetts Clippings: Japan, October - December 1995. n.d. 
[unpaged] [See also: 962/649] 963/692 

Old Colony Plamiln^ Council 

70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02401-4097 

Annual Report 1994/95. n.d. [unpaged] 963/693 

Annual Report 1995/96. n.d. [unpaged] 963/694 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 13, no. 4, Winter 1996. 1996 4 p. 961/460 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 1, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 962/650 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, vol. 14, no. 2, Summer 1996. 1996 4 p. 963/695 

Going Places: The Old Colony Joint Transportation Committee 
Newsletter, October 1996. 1996 4 p. 964/451 

NEWSLINE: A Newsletter of the Old Colony Planning Council, 
Spring 1996. 1996 2 p. 962/651 

Newsline: A Newsletter of the Old Colony Planning Council, 
Summer 1996. 1996 2 p. 963/696 

NEWSLINE, Fall 1996. 1996 2 p. 964/452 

NEWSLINE, Winter 1997. 1996 2 p. 964/453 



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OperaticKial Services Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This agency was formerly called Department of Procurement 
and General Services. 

COMM-PASS Implementation Update (Commonwealth's Procurement 
Access and Solicitation System). 1996 4 p. [Available through 
the World Wide Web at: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/Comra-PASS.] 
964/454 

COMM-PASS: Navigating COMM-PASS, Commonwealth Procurement 
Access and Solicitation System, User Guide. 1996 24 p. 
964/455 

OSDiscussions. . . , Volume 1, Issue 1, Autumn 1996. 1996 8 p. 
[This publication replaces DPSUggests . . . The agency information is 
also available on the Internet at: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us 
/osd.] 963/697 

Procurement Policies and Procedures Handbook Frequently Asked 
Questions and Answers. n.d. 39 p. 964/456 

Recycled and Environmentally Preferable Products Guide for 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Contracts, Volume IV, 
November 1996. 1996 18 p. 964/457 

Recycled Procurment Annual Report FY96. 1996 34 p. 
964/458 

Users' Handbook: Statewide Contract for Travel Services. 
By Cheryl Traina 1996 [var. pag.] Contract #ST7B01A — 
Contract Term 3/1/96 - 3/7/97. 964/459 

Outdoor Advertising Board 

10 Park Plaza, Room 6310, Boston, MA 02116 

Annual Report for Calendar Year 1995. n.d. 9 p. 963/698 

Pension Reserves Investatent Manag^stent Board 

125 Summer Street, lOth floor, Boston, MA 02110 

Massachusetts State Teachers' and Employees' Retirement 
Systems Trust for the Years Ended June 30, 1996 and 1995. 1996 
171 p. 964/460 

Pioneer Valley Planning CMoftiasion 

26 Central Street, West Springfield, MA 01089-2787 

1995 Major Accomplishments. n.d. 20 p. 963/699 



Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, continued 

Boston Road Corridor Study, Final Report. 1995 [var. pag. ] 
[Prepared for: City of Springfield, Town of Wilbraham and the Massa- 
chusetts Highway Department. ] 964/461 

Community Planning in the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 
Region. 1996 [unpaged] 963/700 

Connecticut River 2020 Strategy Part Two: Action Strategy 
for Riverfront Revitalization. 1995 97 p. [Regional Strategies 
for Agawam, Chicopee; , Holyoke, South Hadley Springfield and West 
Springfield.] 964/462 

A Determination of the Economic Contributions of Westover, 
Barnes and Bradley Ariports to the Pioneer Valley Region. 1994 
21 p. Prepared by: The Department of Landscape Architecture & 
Regional Planning, University of Massachusetts Amherst. 964/463 

Employment & Income: A View of Our Valley; A Statistical Look 
at the Pioneer Valley Region. 1993 25 p. 964/464 

Employment Projections for the Pioneer Valley Region 1991 - 2005 
(Regional Research Report). 1995 14 p. 964/465 

Jacob's Ladder Trail Scenic Byway Improvements Plan: Phase II; 
Becket; Chester; Huntington; Lee and Russell. 1995 89 p. 
964/466 

Major Employers Inventory for the Pioneer Valley Region. 1995 
50 p. 964/467 

Market Trends: A View of Our Valley; A Statistical Look at the 
Pioneer Valley Region. 1993 18 p. 964/468 

Non-Regulatory Strategies for Protection of Surface Drinking 
Water Supplies. 1995 32 p. Task 4, Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection, Contract #93-06. 964/469 

Northampton Pavement Management Program: Evaluation and Forecast 
of Pavement Conditions and Maintenance Requirements. 1992 
[var. pag.] 964/470 

The Pioneer Valley Plan for Progress: Economic Strategies for 
the Region. 1994 52 p. 963/701 

Pioneer Valley Regional Directory of Housing Resources. 1994 
30 p. [Project financed by a Strategic Planning Grant of the 
Executive Office of Communities and Development.] 964/471 



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Pioneer Valley Planning Conaission, continued 

Pioneer Valley Regional Housing Plan: Data Profile; Housing 
Compact and Inventory of Subsidized Units. 1994 [var. pag.] 
[Project financed by a Strategic Planning Grant of the Executive 
Office of Conununities and Development. ] 964/472 

Population: A View of Our Valley; A Statistical Look at the 
Pioneer Valley Region. 1993 16 p. 964/473 

Regional Traffic Counts 1990-95 (Research Report). 1996 18 p. 
964/474 

Route 5 Corridor Study: A Comprehensive Analysis of Traffic 
and Land Use Within the Route 5 Transportation Corridor 
Interconnecting Holyoke and West Springfield. 1993 [var. pag.] 
964/475 

Route 5 Corridor Study: A Comprehensive Analysis of Traffic 
and Land Use Within the Route 5 Transportation Corridor 
Interconnecting Holyoke and West Springfield; Technical Appendix. 
1993 [var. pag.] 964/477 

Route 5 Corridor Study: A Comprehensive Analysis of Traffic 
and Land Use Within the Route 5 Transportation Corridor 
Interconnecting Holyoke and West Springfield; Supplemental Report; 
Signal Cooridnation Feasibility Study. 1993 14 p. 964/476 

Route 9 Land Use and Development Trends: Hadley, Amherst 
and Northampton. 1992 [var. pag.] 964/478 

Route 9 Traffic Improvements: Hadley, Amherst and Northampton. 
1992 [var. pag.] 964/479 

Southern Hilltowns Water Supply Protection, Final Report. 1993 
[var. pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with: Blandford, Granville 
and Russell Water Supply Protection Advisory Committees.] 
964/480 

Southwick Pavement Management Program: Evaluation and Forecast 
of Pavement Conditions and Maintenance Requirements. 1992 
[var. pag-] 964/481 

Transportation, A View of Our Valley: A Statistical Look at 
the Pioneer Valley Region. 1993 39 p. 963/702 ^l^ ^^^i/Ji^O 

Westover: Joint Land Use Study, Final Study. 1995 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared for: Office of Economic Adjustment, U.S. Defense Depart- 
ment.] 964/483 



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Pioneer Valley Plannincr Coanissicm, continued 

Regional Data Center 

A Decade of Building Permits: Pioneer Valley Region. 1994 
12 p. 964/484 

A Decade of Regional Traffic Counts 1982 - 1992. 1992 44 p. 
Research Report 964/485 

Regional Population Projections 2000 - 2020. 1991 51 p. 
964/486 

Regional Household Hazardous Waste Management Advisory Committee 

Regional Management of Household Hazardous Waste in the Pioneer 
Valley, Summary Report. 1995 33 p. 964/487 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority 

26 Central Street, West Springfield, MA 01089-2787 

Complementary Paratransit Plan. 1995 [var. pag.] Prepared by: 
Pioneer Valley Planning Commission. 964/488 

Economic Benefit and Impact Study: Final Report. 1996 16 p. 
[Prepared by: Pioneer Valley Planning Commission.] 963/703 

Giving a Lift to You and the Regional Economy: A Study of the 
Economic Benefit of Transit in the Pioneer Valley. 1996 2 p. 
963/704 

Public Access Board 

1440 Soldiers Field Road, Brighton, MA 02135 

Additional Public Access Board Boat Ramp Facilities, n.d. 
7 p. 963/705 

Public Becort^s Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1719, Boston, MA 02108 

Lobbyist Section 

Legislative Agents & Employers: Disclosed Salaries 1993. 

1994 [var. pag.] 962/653 

Legislative Agents & Employers: Disclosed Salaries 1994. 

1995 [var. pag,] 962/654 



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Ptiblic Records Division, Lobbyist Section, continued 

Massachusetts Lobbyists & Employers 1995 Year End Report 
January 1 through December 31, 1995. 1995 [var. pag. ] 961/461 

Massachusetts Lobbyists & Employers: 1995 Year End Report of 
Disclosed Salaries. n.d. [var. pag.] 962/655 

Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers: January 1 through 
March 27, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] [Copies are available at the 
State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727- 
2834.] 962/652 

Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers January 1 through July 10, 
1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 963/706 

Rehabilitation Coaodssion 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210 

Statewide Head Injury Program 

SHIP: A Decade of Service. 1996 2 p. 961/462 
Statewide Head Injury Program. 1995 [unpaged] 961/463 

Rivervays Pro^eun 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Adopt A Stream Shoreline Survey: A Stream Team Monitoring 
Project Leaders' Manual, 4th Edition. By Joan Channing Kimball 
et al. 1996 62 p. 963/707 

Adopt A Stream Shoreline Surveys: Action Tool. 1996 4 p. 
963/708 

R(»d>ury Comnunity College 

1234 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120 

Self-Study Report 1995. n.d. [var. pag.] 963/709 

Sales State College 

352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. 24 p. 964/489 
Annual Report 1995. n.d. 24 p. 962/656 
Sextant, Volume VI, No. 2, 1996. 1996 48 p. 961/464 



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Schooner Erpestina Coianission 

P.O. Box 2010, New Bedford, MA 02741-2010 

Schooner Ernestina Newsletter, Volume 100, Issue 3, 
Spring/Summer 1996. 1996 16 p. 963/710 

Southeastern Heissachusetts Metropolitan Planning Orgemization 

25 Barnuin Street, Taunton, MA 02780 

Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District 
Transportation Annual Report 1984. n.d. 20 p. 961/465 

Southeastern Regional Plarming and Econoaic Development District 

88 Broadway, Taunton, MA 02780-2557 

Annual Report 1996: OEDP (Overall Economic Development 
Program). 1996 23 p. 963/711 

Regional Land Use: Roles, Policies and Plan Outline for 
Southeastern Massachusetts (SRPEDD). 1996 9 p. 963/712 

State Board of Building Regulations and Standards 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1301, Boston, MA 02108 

Memorandum: Official Interpretation No. 45-96; Impacts of 
MGL c 148 S.26G, 26H, and 261. 1996 2 p. 963/713 



State Bookstore 

Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 0213 3 

Citizen's Primer on Town Meeting. By Kenneth Bresler 
1996 16 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
961/466 

State Bookstore Catalog as of July 12, 1996. 1996 57 p. 
963/714 

State Bookstore Catalog September 1996. 1996 69 p. 
963/715 



State Ethics Comiission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 619, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY95. 1996 14 p. 962/657 



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state Ethics ConHlssion, continued 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 16 p. 964/491 

Bulletin, vol. 18, no. 1, June/July 1996. 1996 12 p. 
963/716 

Rulings, Enforcement Actions, Advisory Opinions for 
Calendar Year 1995. 1996 [var. pag. ] 963/717 

State Library 

Room 341, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Massachusetts State Budget Process. 1996 2 p. 962/658 

Massachusetts State Publications 1995. 1996 189 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 963/718 

New Acquisitions January 1996. 1996 5 p. 961/467 

New Acquisitions March 1996. 1996 6 p. 961/468 

New Acquisitions May 1996. 1996 7 p. 962/659 

New Acquisitions August 1996. 1996 6 p. 963/719 

New Acquisitions September 1996. 1996 7 p. 964/492 

New Acquisitions November 1996. 1996 7 p. 964/493 

State Lottery 

60 Columbian Street, Braintree, MA 02184 

Charitable Gaming 1995 Annual Report. 1995 20 p. 
963/720 

The Impact of Casinos and Gaming Devices on the Massachusetts 
State Lottery, Final Report. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: The 
Gaming Strategy Group.] 964/494 

Massachusetts Residents Survey to Assess Interest in Proposed 
New Gambling Options. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: The Gaming 
Strategy Group.] 964/495 

Minutes of the December 11, 1995 Meeting. 1995 6 p. 961/469 



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state Racing Comalssion 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1313, Boston, MA 02108 

Fifty-Eighth Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1992. 
n.d. [var. pag.] 963/721 

Fifty-Ninth Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1993. 
n.d. [var. pag.] 963/722 

Sixty-First Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1995. 
1996 [var. pag.] 963/723 

Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284, Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Annual Report 1995. 1996 36 p. 963/724 

Suffolk County District Attorney 

New Courthouse, Boston, MA 02108 

Vox Prosequitur, Volume I, Issue 1, November 1995. 1995 
16 p. [This is the first issue. It is planned to be published 
on a quarterly basis.] 964/496 

Vox Prosequitur, Volume I, Issue 2, February 1996. 1996 16 p. 
964/497 

Vox Prosequitur, Volume I, Issue 3, May 1996. 1996 16 p. 
964/498 

Vox Prosequitur, Volume I, Issue 4, November 1996. 1996 16 p. 
964/499 

Supreme Judicial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

In the Matter of the Request by the Massachusetts House 
of Representatives for an Advisory Opinion, House No. 5875, 
Concerning House No. 5780; Brief of Counsel to the Massachusetts 
House of Representatives. By Louis A. Rizoli et al. 1996 
[var. pag.] SJC - 07167 962/660 

Opinion of the Justices to the Senate. 1996 9 p- 
[1996 Senate Doc 2178] 961/470 

Request for an Advisory Opinion by the House of Representatives 
Concerning House No. 5780; Brief of the President of the Senate. 
By Joseph G. Brady et al. 1996 104 p. Advisory No. SJC-07167 
962/661 



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Supreme Judicial Court, continued 

Committee on Professional Responsibility for Clerks of the Courts 

In Re: John T. Colton. 1995 4 p. CPRCC No. 94-157 963/725 

Judiciary /Media Steering Committee 

Guideline's Concerning the Public's Right of Access to Judicial 
Proceedings. 1996 34 p. 964/500 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 

294 Washington Street, Suite 320, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisor: Notes from the Mental Health Legal Advisors 
Committee, No. 44, Spring 1996. 1996 16 p. 962/662 

Basic Rights at Inpatient Mental Health Facilities. 1996 

2 p. 964/501 

The DMH Complaint Process. 1996 3 p. 964/502 

Hospitalization in Connection with a Criminal Case. 1996 2 p. 
964/503 

Managed Care Packet: Articles from the Advisor (Spring 1993 
to Fall 1996). 1996 [var. pag. ] 964/504 

Representative Payees: Fact Sheets. n.d. 4 p. 964/505 

Rights Regarding Hospital Privileges. n.d. 3 p. 964/506 

Rights Regarding Room Restrictions. 1996 1 p. 964/507 

Your Right to File a Complaint in a Private, DMH-Licensed 
Facility. 1996 2 p. 964/508 

Your Rights in Hospitals Regarding Restraint and Seclusion. 
1996 2 p. 964/509 

Your Rights Regarding Access to Mental Health Records. 1996 

3 p. 964/510 

Your Rights Regarding Hospitalization and Discharge. 1996 

3 p. 964/511 

Your Rights Regarding Medfcation. ^996 3 p. 964/512 

Your Rights Regarding Progjram Specif j.c. Treatment Plans. 1996 

4 p. 964/513 



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Supreme Judicial Court, Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee , 
continued 

Your Rights Under the Community Residence Tenancy (CRT) Law. 
1996 1 p. [CRT is outside section 308 of Chapter 38 of the Acts of 
1995.] 964/514 

Office of the Chief Justice 

Annual Report on the State of the Massachusetts Court System 
FY95. 1996 157 p. 961/471 

State of the Judiciary Address. By Paul J. Liacos 1996 
12 p. [Speech given at a meeting of the Massachusetts Bar 
Association on January 13, 1996.] 961/472 

Public Information Office 

New Juvenile Court Rules. 1996 [var. pag. ] [Includes press 
release and Appendix A. ] 961/473 

Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution 

Dispute Resolution in the Courts: A Plan to Promote Access, 
Choice and Integrity in Court-Connected Dispute Resolution. 
1996 73 p. 962/663 

Tobacco Control Program 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Independent Evaluation of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control 
Program: Interim Summary July 1993 - December 1994. 1995 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: Abt Associates, Inc.] 964/515 

1993 Tobacco Survey: Tobacco Use aHd Attitudes at the Start 
of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program; Appendix Tables. 
By Lois Biener et al. 1994 39 p. [In cooperation with the 
Center for Survey Research, University of Massachusetts Boston.] 
964/516 

1993 Tobacco Survey: Tobacco Use and Attitudes at the Start 
of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control Program; Technical Report. 
By Lois Biener et al . 1994 39 p. [In cooperation with the , 
Center for Survey Research, University of Massachusetts Boston.] 
964/517 

Independent Evaluation of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control 
Program: First Annual Report FY94. 1995 159 p. [Prepared by: 
Abt Associates, Inc.] 964/518 



Tobacco Control Program, continued 

Independent Evaluation of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control 
Program: First Annual Report, Executive Summary. 1995 25 p. 
[Prepared by: Abt Associates, Inc.] 964/519 

Independent Evaluation of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control 
Program: Second Annual Report January 1994 to June 1995. 1995 
62 p. [Prepared by: Abt Associates, Inc.] 964/520 

Independent Evaluation of the Massachusetts Tobacco Control 
Program: Second Annual Report, Summary. 1996 6 p. [Prepared by; 
Abt Associates, Inc.] 964/521 

Provisions Regarding Environmental Tobacco Smoke in MA Cities 
and Towns. 1996 3 p. 964/522 

Trial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Administrative Office 

Annual Statistical Report of the Trial Court 1993. 1994 80 p. 
961/474 

Chief Justice for Administration and Management 

Agreement between the Chief Justice for Administration and 
Management of the Trial Court and the Suffolk County Superior 
Court Officers' Association (Effective July 1, 1994 and Expiring 
June 30, 1997). n.d. 42 p. 964/523 



Turnpike Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02114 

$259,315,000 Guaranteed Bond Anticipation Notes, 1996 Series A, 
New Issue, Dated: January 15, 1996. 199 [var. pag. ] 961/475 

*$267,000,000 Guaranteed Bond Anticipation Notes, 1996 Series A, 
New Issue, Dated: January 15, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] [*Prelimi- 
nary] 961/476 

Annual Report 1995 n.d. 57 p. 962/664 

MassPike Transportation Map. 1995 2 p. 961/477 

MassPike Works. Five-Year Turnpike Reconstruction, Improvement 
& Modernization Program: Mid-Program Progress Report 1995. 1995 
22 p. 961/478 



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Turnpike Authority, continued 

Pike News, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 962/665 

Rebuilding MassPike 1987 - 1996. 1996 50 p. 963/726 

Engineering and Maintenance 

668 South Avenue, Weston, MA 02193 

Pilot Noise Barrier Program, Final Report: Volume 1. 1992 
[var. pag.] Report No. 291090 [Prepared by: Harris Miller 
Miller & Hanson, Inc.] 961/479 

Pilot Noise Barrier Program, Final Report: Volume 2. 1992 
[var. pag.] Report No. 291090 [Prepared by: Harris Miller 
Miller & Hanson, Inc.] 961/480 

Pilot Noise Barrier Program, Final Report: Volume 3. 1992 
[var. pag.] Report No. 291090 [Prepared by: Harris Miller 
Miller & Hanson, Inc.] 961/481 

University of Massachusetts 

18 Treraont Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Facts 1995/96 University of Massachusetts: The 
Commonwealth's University. 1996 2 p. 962/666 

Amherst Honors Program 

The Commonwealth Undergraduate Review: The Journal of 
University of Massachusetts Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, 
Creative and Public Service Activities; Amherst, Boston, 
Dartmouth and Lowell, Volume 1, 1995/96. 1996 80 p. 964/524 

Board of Trustees 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Capitalization and Inventory Control Policy (Passed by the 
Board 6/5/96). 1996 2 p. Doc. T96-073. 964/525 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Consultant Services (Passed by the Board 6/3/92). 1996 3 p. 
Doc. T92-031 (Appendix D) 964/526 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Intellectual Property Policy for Lowell and Worcester Campuses 
Only Until Further Notice (Passed by the Board 4/11/96 - 
Worcester; 6/5/96 - Lowell). 1996 11 p. Doc. T96-040. 964/527 



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University of Massachusetts, Board of Trustees, continued 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Investment Policy (Passed by the Board 6/3/92). 1996 15 p. 
Doc. T92-031 (Appendix F) [Revised 10/9/96.] 964/528 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Awarding Honorary Degrees (Passed by the Board 6/2/93). 
1996 2 p. Doc- T93-060, as amended. [Revised 6/5/96.] 964/529 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Centers and Institutes (Passed by the Board 8/7/96). 
1996 2 p. Doc. T96-096. [Revised 10/9/96.] 964/530 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Conflicts of Interest Relating to Intellectual Property 
and Commercial Ventures, UMASS Lowell (Passed by the Board 6/5/96). 
1996 7 p. Doc. T96-039. 964/531 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Conflicts of Interest Relating to Intellectual Property 
and Commercial Ventures, UMASS Worcester (Passed by the Board 
4/11/96). 1996 7 p. Doc. T96-039. 964/532 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Faculty Consulting and Outside Activities for Lowell 
and Worcester Campuses Only Until Further Notice (Passed by 
the Board 4/11/96 - Worcester; 6/5/96 - Lowell). 1996 3 p. 
Doc. T96-047. 964/533 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Tuition Waiver (Passed by the Board 12/4/96). 1996 
4 p. Doc. T96-129. 964/534 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Policy on Undergraduate Admissions (Passed by the Board 4/11/96). 
1996 1 p. Doc. T96-034. 964/535 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Principles of Employee Conduct (Passed by the Board 12/4/96). 
1996 2 p. Doc. T96-136. 964/536 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Public Higher Education Endowment Incentive Program Implementation 
Procedures (Passed by the Board 12/4/96). 1996 4 p. 
Doc. T96-135. 964/537 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
Purchasing Policy (Passed by the Board 6/3/92). 1996 3 p. 
Doc. T92-031 (Appendix A) [Revised 12/4/96.] 964/538 



University of Massachusetts, Board of Trustees , continued 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Trustees in 1996: 
University of Massachusetts By-Laws (Passed by the Board 9/5/91). 
1996 8 p. Doc. T91-100, as amended. [Revised 10/9/96.] 964/539 

Institute for Governmental Services 

Report (Amherst, Boston, Worcester). n.d. 28 p. 961/482 

University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Amherst, MA 01003 

Faculty and Staff Telephone Directory 1996. n.d. 295 p. 
961/483 

Graduate Commencement. 1996 [unpaged] [Held at the Mullins 
Center on May 25, 1996.] 963/727 

Massachusetts: The Magazine for Alumni & Friends of UMASS 
Amherst, vol. 7, no. 2, Winter 1996. 1996 49 p. 961/484 

Massachusetts: The Magazine for Alumni & Friends of UMASS 
Amherst, vol. 7, no. 3, Spring 1996. 1996 49 p. 962/667 

One Hundred and Twenty-Sixth Undergraduate Commencement. 
1996 [unpaged] [Held at the Warren P. McGuirk Alumni Stadium 
on May 26, 1996.] 963/728 

To Dream, To Act, To Lead: The Campaign for the University 
of Massachusetts Amherst. 1996 [unpaged] [Includes schedule 
of events.] 964/540 

UMASS: The Magazine for Alumni and Friends of the Amherst Campus, 
Fall 1996. 1996 57 p. 964/541 

Admissions Office 

1996/97 Undergraduate Catalog: Majors, Course Descriptions 
and Faculty Directory. n.d. 344 p. 962/668 

Center for Rural Massachusetts 

Designing the Future to Honor the Past: Design Guidelines 
for Cape Cod. 1994 86 p. [Prepared by: Cape Cod Commission 
and Community Vision, Inc. ] 963/729 



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University of Massachusetts Amherst, continued 

College of Engineering 

Engineering News, vol. 3, no. 1, Spring 1996. 1996 15 p. 
[Also available on the World Wide Web at http://www.ecs.umass.edu.] 
962/669 

Engineering News, vol. 4, no. 1, Fall 1996. 1996 16 p. 
964/542 

Department of Economics 

The April 1982 Massachusetts Economic Policy Analysis (MEPA) 
Model Forecast. By George Treyz and Roy Williams n.d. [var. pag.] 
961/485 

Dislocated Workers and Earnings Loss: Estimated from the 
Displaced Worker Survey (Preliminary Draft). By Michael Podgursky 
and Paul Swaim 1985 32 p. 962/670 

Department of History 

History Newsletter 1996. 1996 10 p. 963/730 

Department of Hotel , Restaurant and Travel 

Travel and Tourism in Massachusetts 1978: An Economic Analysis. 
By Norman G. Cournoyer et al. n.d. [var. pag.] 961/486 

Department of Plant & Soil Sciences 

Fruit Notes, vol. 61, no. 1, Winter Issue 1996. 1996 17 p. 
961/487 

Fruit Notes, vol. 61, no. 2, Spring Issue 1996. 1996 18 p. 
963/731 

Fruit Notes, vol. 61, no. 3, Summer Issue 1996. 1996 18 p. 
963/732 

Development Office 

The Chancellor's Council 1994/5. n.d. [unpaged] 961/488 

The Chancellor's Council Update, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 
962/671 

Division of Human Resources 

Training and Development Program Catalog, Fall/Winter 1996/97. 
1996 47 p. 963/733 



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University of Massachusetts Amherst, continued 

Environinental Institute 

Aquatic Invertebrates and Wetlands: Ecology, Biomonitoring 
and Assessment of Impact from Urbanization: A Literature Review. 
By Anna L. Hicks 1996 [var. pag. ] Publication No. 96-1 962/672 

Graduate School 

Graduate School Bulletin 1996/97. n.d. 232 p. 963/734 

Labor Relations and Research Center 

Invisible Citizens: Home Health Care Workers and the People 
They Care For. By Christopher Johnson et al . n.d. 17 p. 961/48! 

Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research (MISER) 
Thompson Hall, Box 37515, Amherst, MA 01003-7515 

Placement Advancement System (PAS). 1996 5 p. 964/543 
Neuroscience and Behavior Program 

Graduate Program. 1996 [unpaged] 962/673 
Office of the Provost 

The Faculty Guide. n.d. 112 p. 963/735 

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Office of 
the Provost 

Undergraduate Rights & Responsibilities 1996/97. 1996 110 p. 
963/736 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

Take a Closer Look: The World of UMASS Amherst, n.d. 
[unpaged] 962/674 

Provost ' s Special Committee on Service Learning 

Community Service Learning at the University of Massachusetts 
Amherst: Portrait of a Pioneering Program. n.d. 16 p. 961/490 

School of Education 

Alumni/ae Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 1, Summer 1994. 1994 11 p. 
963/737 



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University of Massachusetts Anherst, School of Education, continued 

Alumni/ae Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 2, Winter 1995. 1995 7 p. 
963/738 

Alumni/ae Newsletter, vol. 4, no. 1, Summer 1995. 1995 11 p. 
963/739 

Alumni/ae Newsletter, vol, 4, no. 2, Winter 1996. 1996 7 p. 
963/740 

Alumni/ae Newsletter, vol. 5, no. 1, Summer 1996. 1996 11 p. 
963/741 

Equity & Excellence in Education, vol. 29, no. 1, April 1996. 
1996 101 p. 962/675 

Equity & Excellence in Education, vol. 29, no. 2, 1996. 1996 
93 p. 963/742 

Silvio O. Conte National Center for Polymer Research 

Dedication, Symposium and Program on April 12, 1996. 1996 
kit 962/676 

Stockbridge School 

Catalog: Majors, Course Descriptions, Information 1996/97. 
1996 50 p. 963/743 

Seventy-Fourth Commencement, Class of 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 
[Held at Bowker Auditorium, Stockbridge Hall on May 25, 1996.] 
963/744 

University Gallery 

Daisy Youngblood. 1996 [unpaged] 964/544 

In Vivo. 1996 54 p. 964/545 

Water Resources Research Center 

Enhanced Recovery of Gasoline Hydrocarbons by Soil Flushing 
with Solutions of Dissolved Organic Matter and Nonionic Surfactants. 
By David K. Ryan et al. 1996 148 p. Publication No. 170 
964/546 

The Massachusetts Acid Rain Monitoring Project: Ten Years 
Monitoring Massachusetts Lakes and Streams with Volunteers. 
By Paul J. Godfrey et al. 1996 [var. pag. ] Publication No. 171 
964/547 



University of Massachusetts Amherst, continued 

W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies 

Contesting the Past, Engaging the Future: A Conference 
Celebrating the Inauguration of the Graduate Program of the 
W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies. 1996 
[unpaged] [Program book for November 15 and 16, 1996.] 964/548 

W.E.B. Du Bois Library 

The Guide to the Silvio O. Conte Congressional Papers, 
1950 - 1991. By Gail L. Giroux et al. n.d. 164 p. 961/491 

The Silvio O. Conte Congressional Papers, 1950 - 1991. 
By Gail L. Giroux et al. n.d. 17 p. 961/492 



university of Massachusetts Boston 

Boston, MA 02125 

Admissions Information Service 

'94/'96 Undergraduate Catalog: Bulletin, vol. 15, no. 2,. n.d. 
292 p. 961/493 

Graduate Studies 1995/97, vol. 16, no. 3, Spring 1996. 1996 
[var. pag.] 962/677 

Gerontology Institute 

Helping Low Income Elders Apply for SSI. 1995 15 p. 961/494 

Graduate College of Education 

The Status of Black & Hispanic Faculty in Massachusetts 
Colleges and Universities. By Sandra E. Elman 1991 27 p. 
[Study conducted by: New England Resource Center for Higher 
Education.] 962/678 



Healey Library 

Library News , vol . 3 , no 

Library News , vol . 4 , no 
Mauricio Gaston Institute 

The Gaston Institute Report, Fall 1995. 1995 



2, Spring 1996. 1996 2 p. 962/679 
1, Fall 1996. 1996 2 p. 964/549 



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university of Massachusetts Boston, continued 

William Monroe Trotter Institute 

Ana Lydia Vega: Linguistic Women and Another Counter-Assault 
Or Can the Master (s) Hear? By David J. Labiosa 1996 19 p. 
Research Report No. 28 963/745 

Black Women in Antebellum America: Active Agents in the Fight 
for Freedom. By Sandra M. Grayson 1996 12 p. Occasional 
Paper No. 35 963/746 

The Competitive Advantage of the Inner City: Does Race Matter? 
By Philip S. Hart 1995 17 p. Occasional Paper No. 33 963/747 

Disparity in Sentencing: The Influence of Race on Sentencing 
Outcomes in Massachusetts. By Beverly C. Sealey 1996 45 p. 
Research Report No. 29 963/748 

Human Rights and Community Development through Low-Income 
Women's Leadership: The Voice of an African-American Organizer. 
By Claudine Michel 1996 20 p. Research Report No. 31 963/749 

Nigerians in the United States: Potentialities and Crises. 
By Paul E. Udofia 1996 54 p. Research Report No. 30 963/750 

Tapping the Wisdom of the Ancestors: An Attempt to Recast 
Vodou and Morality Through the Voice of Mama Lola Karen McCarthy 
Brown. By Claudine Michel 1996 42 p. Research Report No. 27 
963/751 

Trotter Review, vol. 9, no. 2, Fall 1995/Winter 1996. 1996 
43 p. 961/495 

Trotter Review, vol. 10, no. 1, Summer 1996. 1996 39 p. 
963/752 

University of Hassachusetts Dartmouth 

285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

The Center for Policy Analysis 

The New Bedford Regional Airport: Governance Structures at 
Comparable Airports in the United States, Volume I. 
By Clyde W. Barrow et al. 1996 113 p. Municipal Research 
Series No. 13 [Prepared for the New Bedford CEO Club.] 962/681 

The New Bedford Regional Airport: Governance Structures at 
Comparable Airports in the United States, Volume II. 
By Clyde W. Barrow et al. 1996 [var. pag. ] Municipal Research 
Series No. 13 [Prepared for the New Bedford CEO Club.] 962/682 



178 



University of Massachusetts Lowell 

1 University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01845 

Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory, October 1996. 1996 82 p. 
964/550 

Council for Industrial Developiaent 

Research at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, n.d. 
[unpaged] 962/683 

xmiversity of Massachusetts Medical Center 

55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA 01655 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. 36 p. 961/496 

Magazine, Voluine 18, Issue 2, Spring/Summer 1996. 1996 24 p. 
963/753 

Magazine, Volume 19, Issue 1, Fall/Winter 1996. 1996 28 p. 
964/551 

Office of Admissions 

1995/97 Catalog. n.d. 96 p. 961/497 

Victiar and witness Assistance Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1104, Boston, MA 02202 

In the Aftermath of Crime: A Guide to Victim Rights and 
Services in Massachusetts. By Shelagh Lafferty 1996 165 p. 
962/684 

Massachusetts Annual Victim Rights Conference. 1996 [var. 
pag. ] [Conference held at the State House, April 23, 1996.] 
962/685 

Massachusetts Victim Bill of Rights: Understanding Your 
Rights as a Crime Victim. 1996 2 p. 962/686 

Water Resources Authority 

100 First Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02125 

Capital Improvement Program, Proposed FY97-99. 1995 [var. pag.] 
962/687 

Capital Improvement Program FY97-99 (Final). 1996 [var. pag.] 
964/552 



179 



Water Resources Authority 

100 First Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129 

Harbor Prospects, Volume 8, Issue 2, Fall 1995. 1995 6 p. 
961/498 

Harbor Prospects, Volume 9, Issue 1, Spring 1996. 1996 [var. 
pag.] 963/754 

The State of Boston Harbor 1993. 1994 21 p. 961/499 

Wachusett Reservoir Water Supply: Evaluation of Treatment 
Alternatives. By John Shawcross and Jae Kim 1996 9 p. 961/500 

Advisory Board 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 1010, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Board Update, February 1996. 1996 4 p. 961/501 

Annual Water & Sewer Retail Rate Survey 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
964/553 

CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow') Project 

CSO Control Plan and Briefing on the Interim Assessment of 
Facility Siting: Minutes of the Meeting held at Chelsea City 
Hall on January 16, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] Projects 23, 24 and 27. 
961/503 

CSO Control Plan and Briefing on the Interim Assessment of 
Facility Siting: Minutes of the Meeting held at Tobin Community 
Center on January 18, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] Project 16. 
961/504 

CSO Control Plan and Briefing on the Interim Assessment of 
Facility Siting: Minutes of the Meeting held at Cambridge City 
Hall on January 23, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] CAM005 Screening 
and Disinfection Facility, Cottage Farm Improvements, Brighton Inter- 
ceptor Relief. 961/505 

CSO Control Plan and Briefing on the Interim Assessment of 
Facility Siting: Minutes of the Meeting held at Charlestown 
Neighborhood Council on January 30, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
BOS019 and BOS017 Screening and Disinfection Facility. 961/506 

CSO Control Plan and Briefing on the Interim Assessment of 
Facility Siting: Minutes of the Meeting held at East Boston Land 
Use Council on February 1, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 961/507 

CSO Control Plan and Minutes of the Neighborhood Meeting in 
Charlestown on November 30, 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] 961/502 



180 



Water Resources Authority, CSO ("Combined Sewer Overflow') Project. 
continued 

Working Group Meeting and Minutes for the Combined Sewer 
Overflow Plan Cambridge, June 24, 1996. 1996 [var. pag. ] 
964/554 

Working Group Meeting and Minutes for the Combined Sewer 
Overflow Plan Environmental Meeting of the Charlestown Neighborhood 
Council, St. Francis DeSales Church, July 16, 1996. 1996 
[var. pag.] 964/555 

Working Group Meeting and Minutes for the Combined Sewer 
Overflow Plan Fort Point Channel Community Meeting, Children's 
Museum, September 4, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/556 

Working Group Meeting and Minutes for the Combined Sewer 
Overflow Plan South Boston Community Meeting, Joseph P. Tynan 
Community School, August 9, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 964/557 

Working Group Meeting and Minutes for the Combined Sewer 
Overflow Plan Stony Brook, Tobin Community Center, June 27, 1996. 
1996 [var. pag.] 964/558 

Working Group Meeting and Minutes for the Combined Sewer 
Overflow Plan Union Park Pump Station Area, July 9, 1996. 1996 
[var. pag.] 964/559 

Environmental Quality Department 

The State of Boston Harbor 1991. 1992 [var. pag.] Technical 
Report No. 92-3 971/508 

Sewerage Division 

CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Bulletin, Volume 3, Issue 2, 
Fall 1995. 1995 6 p. 961/509 

CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Bulletin, Volume 4, Issue 1, 
Winter 1996. 1996 6 p. 962/688 

Interim Assessment of Facility Siting (Includes Maps). 
1995 [var. pag.] EOEA No. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy. 
Submitted to: MEPA Unit, Executive Office of Environmental Affairs. 
962/689 



Westborough State Hospital 

Westborough, MA 01581 

***Renascence of a State Hospital: The Westborough Story, 
By Thomas Mattson 1991 281 p. 963/755 



181 



Westfield State College 

Western Avenue, Westfield, MA 01086 

Bulletin 196/97. n.d. 158 p. 964/560 



Workers' Compensation Advispry Council 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111 

Annual Report FY95. n.d. [var. pag. ] 961/510 



182 



INDEX 



21E program (evaluation) 



abuse (court program) 150 

abuse, physical 67 

abuse, sexual (report) 67 

ACEC (areas of critical environmental concern 121 

- newsletter) 

ACEC (Areas of Critical Environmental Concern 41 

- update) 

acid rain (monitoring) 176 

acquisitions (library) 166 

actuarial valuation (pension fund) 120 

Administration and Finance, Executive Office 124 

for (bulletins) 

administrative policy (review - report) 132 

adolescent pregnant system (report) 117 

adolescents (STD -sexually transmitted diseases) 117 

adolescents (trends in tobacco, alcohol 69 

and drug use) 

adopted children (report) 73 

adoption (report) 135 

adult education (computers) 49 

African-American women (leadership) 178 

agency counsel (newsletter) 42 

agreement (Suffolk County Superior Court 170 

Officers' Association) 

agreement (Trial Court) 170 

agricultural fairs (listing) 64 

agri-tourism (directory) 64 

AIDS (newsletter) 70 

airports (New Bedford) 178 

airports (Westover, Barnes & Bradley - 161 

economic contributions) 

alcohol (adolescent trends) 69 

Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (decisions) 1-41 

Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (memorandum) 41 

Alliance, Project (directory) 158 

Alzheimers Disease (caregivers) 127 

Amicus Curiae Brief (MA Attorney General) 42 

anti-terrorism (information booklet) 70 

Appellate Tax Board (report) 41 

aquaculture (plan) 53 

Arbitration, Board of (report) 4 5 

archaeology (calendar of events) 139 

archaeology (Charlestown) 138 

Archives, Massachusetts (family history 143 

research) 



Archives, Massachusetts (records - guide) 143 

Argentinian National Soccer Team 73 

(security plan) 

Arlington, MA (profile) 146 

Art Commission (report) 41 

assault weapons (refiled legislation) 132 

assisted living (guide) 127 

Assumption College (bonds) 140 

Attorney General (advisory opinion 43 

- fair labor) 

Attorney General (electric industry plan) 42 

Attorney General (letter to 43 

Senate President Birmingham) 

Attorney General (prevailing wage guide) 44 

Attorney General (remarks at ATLA meeting 43 

on firearms) 

Attorney General (report) 43 

Auditor, Department of the (report) 74 

auto repair (guide) 125 



bacteria (Boston Harbor) 145 

ballot questions 124 

Banks and Loan Agencies, Division of 113 

(newsletter - Spanish edition) 

Banks and Loan Agencies, Division of (opinions) 112 

banks (co-operative) 113 

banks (credit unions - report) 113 

banks (elder exploitation) 128 

banks (newsletter) 128 

banks (savings - report) 113 

banks (selected opinions) 113 

banks (trust companies - report) 113 

bargaining agreement 155 

barrier beach management (fact sheet) 54 

Bays Program (newsletter) 144,145 

Bays Program (plan) 145 

Bays Program (summary) 145 

beach access (private property) 44 

beach access (public rights) 44 

beach, barrier (fact sheet) 54 

beavers (damages done by) 117 

behavior, risk (survey - education) 58 

Berkshire County (commercial corridor) 45 

Beverly Harbor ( ichthyoplankton) 119 

bids (microcomputers) 49 

bids (software & hardware) 49 

biomed directory 155 



births (adolescents) 

births (statistics) 

Black faculty (higher education) 

Black women (anti-slavery efforts) 

Blind, Commission for the (newsletter) 

Bluefish River (remediation project) 

Blue Line Trains (MBTA) 

boat ramp facilities (listing) 



boats 
bonds 
bonds 
bonds 
bonds 
bonds 
bonds 
bonds 
bonds 



registering & titling) 

1995 Series A) 

1996 Series A) 
1996 Series B) 
Assumption College) 
College Opportunity) 
Consolidated Loan of 1995) 
Consolidated Loan of 1996) 
East Boston Neighborhood Health 



Center Corporation) 
bonds (general obligation) 
bonds (general obligation refunding) 
bonds (Goddard House) 

bonds (Heights Crossing Limited Partnership) 
bonds (Industrial Finance Agency - MIFA) 
bonds (Massachusetts-American Hingham Project; 
bonds (MBTA) 

bonds (Museum of Fine Arts) 
bonds (refunding) 
bonds (refunding revenue) 
bonds (revenue) 
bonds (revenue refunding) 
bonds (Series 1995) 
bonds (Series A) 
bonds (Series B) 
bonds (Series C) 
bonds (Series D) 
bonds (special obligation) 
bonds (St. Mark's School) 
bonds (transportation system) 
bonds (Turnpike Authority) 
bonds (water treatment revenue) 
Bookstore (catalog) 
Borden, Lizzie (newsletter) 
Boston (ballot questions) 
Boston (essays on the city) 
Boston Gas Company (rate investigation) 
Boston Harbor (bacteria) 

Boston Harbor Islands State Park (brochure) 
Boston Harbor (newsletter) 



48 

48 

177 

178 

54 

145 

131 

163 

63 

91 

92,143,144,170 

143,144 

140 

92 

91,92 

91,92 

140 

91,92 

92 

140 

140 

140 

140 

143,144 

140 

92 

140 

91,140 

140 

140 

91,92,144 

92,143 

91 

91 

91,144 

140 

143 

170 

140 

165 

47 

124 

141 

70 

145 

147 

180 



Boston Harbor (report) 

Boston (Heritage Trail - French) 

Boston (port - economic development plan) 

Boston Road Corridor (study) 

Boston SMSA (employment and unemployment) 

Boston (transportation newsletter) 

Boston (transportation report) 

Bradley Palmer State Park (Coach House) 

Bradley Palmer State Park (Lamson House) 

Bradley Palmer State Park (mansion - survey) 

breath test (manual) 

BRFSS (Behavioral Rish Factor Surveillance Survey 

- report) 
Bristol County Jail (expansion study) 
Brockton SMSA (employment and unemployment) 
brownfields (Metro Boston) 
brownfields (report) 
brownfields (update) 
budget (conference committee) 
budget (conference committee highlights) 
budget (Foundation Commission) 
budget (FY93 - Joint Rule llA, Legislative 

Line Items) 
budget (FY95 - Joint Rule llA, Legislative 

Line Items) 
budget (FY96 - Joint Rule llA, Legislative 

Line Items) 
budget (FY96 - Joint Rule llA, Legislative 

Outside Sections) 
budget (Governor) 

budget (letter from the Governor for FY95) 
budget (MBTA) 

budget policy (Weld Administration - report) 
budget, state (process) 
budgets, city (report) 
building permit process 
buildings, state (newsletter) 
burn injuries (report) 

Business Development, Office of (report) 
business (minority - newsletter) 
business (promotional brochures) 
Buzzards Bay (brochure) 
Buzzards Bay (caged mussel study) 
Buzzards Bay (fact sheet) 
Buzzards Bay (septic system software) 



180, 

158 

146 

161 

116 

47 

47 

61 

61 

61 

56 

49 

114 

116 

147 

62 

62 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

134 

134 

144 

141 

166 

132 

165 

49 

117 

150 

139 

127 

51 

122 

51 

51 



186 



Cable Television Commission (memorandum) 51 

Cable Television Commission (report) 51 

cable television (conflict of interest opinion) 51 

cable television (transfer bulletin) 52 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of 150,151 

(advisory opinions) 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of 150,151 

(complaint response) 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of 153 

(interpretative bulletin) 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of 153 

(memorandum) 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of 153,154 

(newsletter) 

campaign coverage (Ross Perot) 141 

cancer (statistics) 48 

cancer (statistics - cities and towns) 48 

candidates (Latino - directory) 142 

candidates (Latino - handbook) 142 

Cape Cod Bays (oceanography) 145 

Cape Cod Bays (report) 145 

Cape Cod Commission (brochure) 52 

Cape Cod Commission (newsletter) 52 

Cape Cod Commission (regional impact review) 52 

Cape Cod (design guidelines) 173 

Capital Planning and Operations, Division of 114 

(production report) 

Capital Resource Company (report) 52 

capital, venture (Massachusetts) 150 

careers (schools) 44 

casinos (report) 166 

catalog (Bookstore) 165 

catalogs (colleges) 52,129,137,148 

182 

catalogs (colleges - community) 45 

catalogs (university) 173,175,177, 

179 

CEDAC (report) 54 

central artery (AG's opinion) 43 

central artery (archaeology) 138 

central artery (asset management system) 40 

central artery (cost control review) 157 

central artery (finance plan) 139 

central artery (South Bay Interchange) 70,71,139 

central artery (value engineering - cost control) 157 

Central Massachusetts Regional Planning 52 

Commission (handbook) 



Central Massachusetts Regional Planning 52,53 

Commission (newsletter) 

Chancellor's Council (university) 174 

Chapter 203 (health care) 131 

Chapter 21E (1992 amendments) 50 

charitable telemarketing (report) 43 

charities (solicitation advice) 42 

Charles River Basin (newsletter) 147 

Charles River Basin (user's guide) 147 

Charles River Regatta (state police plan) 73 

Charlestown (archaeology) 138 

charter schools (1996 applications) 127 

cherry sheets 72 

child care (disabled) 149 

child care (newsletter) 149 

child support enforcement (report) 71 

children (adopted) 73 

children (domestic violence - report) 135 

children (guardianship) 71 

children, health care (special needs) 69 

children (lead poisoning statistics) 53 

children (licensing guide) 149 

children (report) 133 

cigarette manufacturers (lawsuit against) 42 

cities (community profiles) 125 

cities (employment & wages statistics) 115 

citizen services (guide) 53 

city, inner (competitive advantage) 178 

civil service examinations (schedule booklet) 125 

claims court, small (guide) 126 

clean cities initiative (Greater Boston) 147 

Clean State Initiative (report) 43 

clinics (listing) 69 

Coastal Zone Management (fact sheet) 54 

Coastal Zone Management (map) 54 

codes, commodities 68 

collective bargaining agreements (NAGE) 124 

colleges (catalogs) 45,52,129,1 

148,182 

colleges (community) 45,52,137,3 

148,164 

colleges (fact sheets) 143 

colleges (joint agreement, state and community) 138 

colleges (magazine) 164 

colleges (report) 164 

colleges (state) 129 

colleges (state - catalog) 129,137 

colleges (state report) 164 



COMEC (awards luncheon) 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

Employees Campaign) 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts 

Employees Campaign - report) 

commencement, graduate (university) 

commencement, undergraduate (university) 

commnicable disease (newsletter) 

Commonwealth College (draft report) 

COMM-PASS (Commonwealth Procurement Acess 

and Solicitation System - guide) 

communicable diseases (newsletter) 

Communities and Development, Executive 

Office of (Block Grant Program) 

community service (program - university) 

community service (report) 

compensation, deferred (newsletter) 

composting (home) 

Comptroller, Office of (guide for departments) 

Conciliation, Board of (report) 

Connecticut River (riverfront revitalization) 

Connecticut Valley Region (forests & parks) 

consultants (expenditures) 

consumer issues (newsletter) 

Conte, Silvio O. (Congressional Papers) 

Convention Center Authority (report) 

Convention Center (report) 

co-operative banks (report) 

corporations (excise tax) 

corporations (listing) 

Correction, Department of (classification system) 

Correction, Department of (employees - 

rules & regulations) 

correctional institutions (court commitments) 

correctional institutions (furlough program) 

correctional institutions (population) 

correctional institutions (recidivism rates) 

correctional institutions (releases) 

correctional institutions (sentenced population) 

correctional institutions (sentenced population 

- statistics) 
court, district (model jury instructions) 
courts (clerks - professional responsibility) 
courts, district (complaint language manual) 
courts, district (handbook) 
courts ( interpreters ) 
courts, juvenile (rules) 
courts (report) 



124 
124 

125 

173 

173 

12 

12 

160 

47 
126 

175 

134 

92 

62 

157 

45 

161 

61 

131 

44 

177 

55 

55 

112 

71 

55 

57 

57 

57 
56 
57 
57 
57 
58 
57 

94 

168 

94 

94 
132 
169 
169 



courts (statistical report) 170 

CRA (community reinvestment - newsletter) 113 

credit reporting (guide) 126 

credit unions (report) 113 

crime, hate (report) 137 

crime (statistics - Massachusetts) 74 

crime (victims) 44 

criminal behavior (biological risk factors) 68 

criminal justice (grant program) 54 

CSO (combined sewer overflow) 181 

CSO (combined sewer overflow, MWRA - facility siting) 181 

CSO (combined sewer overflow - newsletter) 181 

CSO (combined sewer overflow - plans and minutes of 180 
neighborhood ) 



D.A.R.E. (summer program) 129 

death (statistics) 48 

Deerfield River Basin (report) 121 

Deerfield River Basin (survey) 122 

deferred compensation (newsletter) 92 

demand for relief (30-day demand letter - guide) 126 

demographics (DSS) 73 

DeNucci, A. Joseph (letter to Secretary Kerasiotes) 74 

Designer Selection Board (public notice) 93 

Development Finance Agency (newsletter) 93 

Development Finance Agency (report) 93 

directive (Department of Revenue) 71 . 

disabled (employment discrimination) 43 

disabled (investigation - Westborough State 94 

Hospital ) 

disabled (investigations process) 94 

disabled (parent) 125 

disabled (resource guide) 93 

discrimination (employment) 43 

discrimination (housing resolutions) 54 

discrimination (report) 54 

disease, communicable (newsletter) 47 

disease (STD [sexually transmitted] - report) 122 

disposal sites (MCP) 50 

disposal sites (risk characterization) 51 

Dispute Resolution, Office of (fact sheets) 154 

dispute resolution (report) 169 

document processing (guide - Comptroller) 157 

domestic violence (newsletter) 135 

domestic violence (reference handbook) 70 

domestic violence (report) 45,135 

driving, drunk (brochure) 136 



190 



drug fighters (list) 

drug use (adolescent trends) 

drugs (newsletter) 

drugs (prevention strategy) 

drunk driving (brochure) 

DSS (demographics of consumers) 

DWI (driving while impaired - testing manual 



134 

69 

118 

134 

136 

73 

56 



East Boston Neighborhood Health Center Corp. 

EBT (electronic benefit transfer - food stamps) 

economic development (communities) 

economic development (workforce development) 

economics (promotional brochures) 

economy (forecast) 

(adult) 

(careers) 

(college magazine) 

(computers) 

(dropout rates) 

(DSS children) 

(early) 

(engineering - newsletter) 

( environmental ) 

(Excellence Partnership) 

(financing - MassPlan) 

(Foundation Commission) 

(government - newsletter) 

(graduate school bulletin) 

(higher - Black faculty) 

(higher - financial aid kit) 

(higher - Hispanic faculty) 

(history - university) 

(joint agreement state and 
colleges) 

(library newsletter) 

(MEAP results) 

(neuroscience) 
Education Reform Act ( letter from the 
Senate President) 

(risk behavior survey) 

(school directory) 

(school district profiles) 

(School-Linked Services) 

(Sivio O. Conte Polymer Research Center) 

(special) 

(U. Plan) 

(university - faculty guide) 



education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 

community 
education 
education 
education 



education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 
education 



140 

93 

55 

141 

127 

174 

49 

120 

164 

49 

58 

58 

133 

174 

128 

127 

123 

130 

158 

175 

177 

138 

177 

174 

138 

177 

59 

58 

131 

58 
58 

127 

127 

176 

58 

138 

175 



191 



education (university magazine) 

education (university - newsletter) 

education (vocational) 

Educational Financing Authority (report) 

educational training 

elder affairs (long term care) 

elder affairs (nursing and rest homes) 

elderly (concerns and cases) 

elderly (newsletter) 

elders (banks - exploitation) 

elders (brochure - SSI) 

elders (protection) 

elected officials (by service delivery areas) 

elections (ballot questions) 

electric industry (Attorney General's plan) 

electric power (plan to deregulate) 

electric utility industry (report) 

Emergency Management Agency (newsletter) 

employees (benefits - rules) 

employees (insurance - newsletter) 

employees (paid leave - rules) 

employees, state (performance recognition) 

employees, state (political activity) 

employers (Massachusetts) 

Employment and Training Council, State (overview) 

Employment and Training, Department of 

(newsletter) 
employment (cities and towns) 
employment (ES-202 program) 
employment (Massachusetts) 
employment, occupational (trends) 
employment (report) 
employment (rights) 
employment (statistics) 
employment (training) 
employment (training materials) 
employment (trends) 
endangered species (RFP) 
energy (newsletter) 
energy services (report) 
engineering (education - newsletter) 
enterprise vendor (newsletter) 
environment (education) 
Environment Fund, Clean (report) 
environment (Massachusetts) 
environment (newsletter) 
environment (vehicle inspection) 
environmental cleanup (report) 



176 

175,176 

120 

123 

127 

128 

128 

43 

42 

128 

177 

44 

60 

124 

42 

116 

132 

145 

125 

137 

125 

125 

154 

116 

66 

59 

116 

59,60 

59 

60 

66 

115 

115 

59 

60 

66,116 

148 

116 

157 

174 

139 

128 

79 

128 

44 

63 

62 



192 



environmental laws (report) 43 

environmental master guide (update) 63 

environmental protection (brochure) 63 

environmental protection (guide to agencies) 63 

epidemiology (report) 117 

Ernestina, Schooner (curriculum) 58 

Ernestina, Schooner (newsletter) 165 

Ethics Commission (newsletter) 166 

Ethics Commission (report) 166 

Ethics Commission (rulings) 166 

Ethics Commission, State (report) 165 

Executive Order #384 125 

Executive Order #384 (reduction of regulations) 124 

Executive Order #384 (regulation reform) 124 

faculty, higher education (Black & Hispanic) 177 

fairs (agricultural) 64 

family services (reorganization) 93 

farmers' market (listing) 64 

Farmington River (survey) 122 

finances, county (report) 71 

finances, county (statistics) 72 

financial report (Commonwealth of Massachusetts) 156,157 

financial report (statutory basis) 157 

financing (public campaigns) 133 

fire services (directory) 146 

firearms (recordkeeping) 132 

fires (report) 158 

Fisheries & Wildlife, Division of (magazine) 118 

Fisheries & Wildlife, Division of (report) 117 

fisheries, marine (newsletter) 119 

fishing (licenses) 117 

flora (Muskeget Islands) 148 

flora (Nantucket) 148 

flora (Tuckernuck) 148 

Food and Agriculture, Department of (newsletter) 64 

food (newsletter) 118 

food store pricing (brochure) 126 

forest management (report) 133 

Forests and Parks, Division of (report) 118 

forests (map) 118 

forests (off -road vehicles) 61 

forests, state (Connecticut Valley Region) 61 

Foundation Commission (report) 130 

France (clippings - travel) 159 

fraud (newsletter) 42 

fuel (vehicles) 132 



fuels, special (licensees) 132 



GACIT (Governor's Advisory Committee on 141 

Information Technology - guidelines) 

GACIT (Governor's Advisory Committee on 134 

Information Technology - strategic plan) 

gallery (university) 176 

gaming (report) 166 

gasoline (hydrocarbons) 176 

Gaston Institute (newsletter) 177 

gay youth (recommendations for alliances) 135 

General Court (joint rule llA - budget) 130 

General Court (list of committees) 130 

GIS (Geographic Information Systems - guide) 146 

government (reorganization - family services) 93 

governmental agencies (listing) 53 

Governor (budget) 133,134 

Governor (letter regarding FY95 budget) 134 

Governor (management task force) 136 

Governor (State of the State Address) 134 

grandchildren (raised by grandparents) 128 

grandparents (raising grandchildren) 128 

Greater Boston (clean cities initiative) 147 

Green Book (Massachusetts growers) 49 

growers, Massachusetts (Green Book) 49 

Green Ribbon Commission (report) 136 

Greenbook (environmental - Metro Boston) 147 

Greenfield (affirmative action programs - labor) 115 

greenways (grants program) 121 

greenways (newsletter) 71,121 

Greylock Center 60 

Group Insurance Commission (newsletter) 137 

Group Insurance Commission (report) 137 

handicapped (employment strategy) 66 

harbor (newsletter) 180 

Harshbarger, Scott (remarks at ATLA 43 

meeting on firearms) 

hate crime (report) 137 

hazardous waste (household - Pioneer Valley) 163 

hazardous waste sites (Chapter 21E amendments) 50 

Health & Educational Facilities Authority 137 

(HEFA - members) 

Health & Educational Facilities Authority 137 

(HEFA - report) 



Health and Educational Facilities Authority 

(report) 
health (behavioral risk survey) 
health care (children - special needs) 
health care (home - workers) 
health care proxy (fact sheet & checklist) 
health care (workers) 
health, home (agency listing) 
health (immigrants) 

health (long term care facilities - directory) 
health, mental (newsletter) 
health (prevention newsletter) 
health (refugees) 
health (report) 
health (school) 
health, schools (newsletter) 
health (state report card) 
health (women - programs) 
HEFA (Health & Educational Facilities Authority 

newsletter) 
HEFA (members) 
HEFA (report) 

helicopter crash (State Police - report) 
Heritage Trail, Boston (in French) 
high school graduates (plans) 
highway maintenance (privatization) 
highway safety (plan) 
Hispanic faculty (higher education) 
historic places (register) 

history, family (research - State Archives) 
history, university (newsletter) 
HIV (newsletter) 

HMO's (Attorney General guidelines) 
home care (guide) 
home health agencies (listing) 
home improvement (contractor law - guide) 
home improvement (guide) 
homemakers, displaced (services) 
homeowners insurance (report) 
homicide (statistics) 
homicide (trends) 
hospitals (listing) 
hospitals (plans) 
hospitals, state (Westborough) 
housing (co-op) 

Housing Finance Agency (newsletter) 
housing (mental retardation) 
housing (newsletter) 



137 

49 

69 

175 

128 

175 

69 

156 

68 

66 

48 

156 

49 

48 

48 

131 

48 

137 

137 
137 

74 

158 

58 

129 

136 

177 

139 

143 

174 

70 

42 

42 

69 

126 

126 

66 

118 

74 

48 

69 

69 

181 

133 

139 

135 

140 



195 



Housing Partnership Fund (newsletter) 140 

housing resolutions (Commission Against 54 

Discrimination) 

human services (client planning) 129 

hunting (licenses) 117 

Hybrid Program (vehicle inspection) 63 

hydrocarbons (benthic environments) 144 

hydrocarbons (gasoline) 176 

ichthyoplankton (report) 119 

illness (occupational) 65 

immigrants (health) 156 

immigrants (newsletter) 149 

immigrants (report) 149 

immunization (report) 117 

India (trade mission) 155 

Industrial Finance Agency (newsletter) 140 

Industrial Finance Agency (report) 140 

Industrial Services Program (report) 140 

information technology (newsletter) 124,155 

informational guideline releases (property taxes) 72 

injuries, burn (report) 117 

injuries (fatal) 148 

injuries (occupational) 65 

Inspector General (letter regarding the State Lab) 157 

Inspector General, Office of (report) 157 

insurance (automobile - consumer guide) 118 

Insurance, Division of (report) 118 

insurance (employees) 137 

insurance (employees - newsletter) 137 

insurance (health) 130 

insurance, health (newsletter - employees) 137 

insurance, homeowners (report) 118 

insurance trust fund (unemployment) 60 

insurance, unemployment (trust fund report) 60 

International Biomed Directory 155 

International Trade and Investment, 155 

Office of (report) 

international trade (Mexico) 155 

interns, legislative (handbook) 132 

interpreters (courts) 132 

invertebrates (aquatic) 175 

Israel (trade resources) 155 

Jacob's Ladder Trail (improvements plan) 161 

Japan (clippings - travel) 159 



jobs (guidance) 146 

jobs (manual) 65 

JPTA (Job Training Partnership Act - 116 

planning document) 

JTPA (Job Training Partnership Act - plans) 126 

judicial proceedings (access) 168 

judiciary (State of - address) 169 

Jug End Reservation (plan) 63 

juries (instruction) 94 

jurors (handbook) 158 

jury, model (instructions) 94 

justice (equal access to) 142 

justice (report) 142 

juvenile court (rules) 169 



Korean National Soccer Team (security plan) 73 



Lab, State (letter from the Inspector General) 157 

labor (demand and supply) 65 

Labor-Management Commmitee for Municipal 142 

Police and Fire, Joint (report) 

labs (listing) 68 

lakes (grant programs) 62 

lakes (management) 61 

lakes (preservation) 61 

Lamson House (Bradley Palmer State Park) 61 

land use (municipal permitting process) 150 

land use (Southeastern MA) 165 

landfills (disposal of contaminated soils) 51 

landfills (reuse) 51 

Latino candidates (directory) 142 

Latino candidates (handbook) 142 

Latinos (electoral campaigns) 142 

Latinos (public policy) 141 

law enforcement (newsletter) 42 

lawmaking (Massachusetts - guide) 158 

Lawrence (directory - 1979) 65 

lawsuit (against cigarette manufacturers) 42 

lead poisoning (children) 53 

legal investments (list) 113 

legislative interns (handbook) 132 

legislative report 132 

legislators (correction sheets) 53 

legislators (handbook) 131 

legislators (listing) 53 



197 



legislators (pay raise - brief of counsel to 167 

the House of Representatives) 

legislators (pay - Senate brief to the SJC) 167 

legislature (testimony on H5780 of 1996) 131 

leukemia, childhood (Woburn) 48 

Liacos, Paul J. (State of the Judiciary Address) 169 

libraries (expenditures) 46 

libraries (plan and budget) 46 

libraries, public (data) 46 

libraries, public (reports) 46 

libraries (statistics) 46 

libraries (technical report) 46 

library (acquisitions) 166 

library (newsletter) 177 

Library, State (acquisitions) 166 

Library, State (bibliography) 166 

library (university - newsletter) 177 

living, assisted (guide) 127 

lobbyists (disclosed salaries) 163,164 

lobbyists (list) 164 

lobster traps (statistics) 119 

lobsters (statistics) 119 

long term care facilities (directory) 68 

long term care facilities (listing) 68 

long term care (guide for elders) 128 

lottery (minutes of the Commission) 166 

lottery (report) 166 

Lowell Heritage State Park (RFP) 61 

MAGIC (Minuteman Advisory Group on Interlocal 147 

Coordination - "White Paper") 

managed care (mental health articles) 168 

management task force (report) 136 

Manpower Development, Department of 65 

(policies and procedures) 

M.A.P. (Massachusetts Action Plan - highway safety) 136 

map (Massachusetts Forests & Parks) 118 

map (Massachusetts highway) 159 

map (MassPike) 170 

map (MBTA) 144 

Marine Fisheries, Division of (newsletter) 119 

Maritime Academy (report) 143 

Martha's Vineyard (report) 143 

Massachusetts (affirmative action programs - 115 

labor) 

Massachusetts Bays (oceanography) 145 

Massachusetts Bays (pollutants) 145 



Massachusetts Bays (report) 

Massachusetts (employers) 

Massachusetts (facts) 

Massachusetts (financial report) 

Massachusetts (history) 

Massachusetts (manufacturing) 

MassPike (map) 

MassPlan (financing higher education) 

Maudslay State Park (RFP) 

Maudslay State Park (survey) 

MBTA (Advisory Board - budget reguests) 

MBTA (Blue Line Trains) 

MBTA (bonds) 

MBTA (budget) 

MBTA (consultant contract) 

MBTA (financing - report) 

MBTA (map) 

MCAD (sexual harassment policy) 

McCormack Institute (newsletter) 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan - 

disposal sites) 
MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan - 

questions and answers) 
MEAP (summary of performance) 
Medical Assistance, Division of (newsletter) 
Medical Center, University (magazine) 
Medical Examiner (RFP) 
Meigs, Camp (Black Regiments) 
Meigs, Camp (civil war - brochure) 
mental health (abuse) 
mental health (affective disorders) 
mental health (consumer accounting) 
mental health (equity funding) 
mental health (handbook) 
mental health (job training project) 
mental health (mortality report) 
mental health (newsletter) 
mental health (patient rights) 
mental health (treatment plans - patients) 
Mental Retardation, Department of (report) 
mental retardation (Families 1,000) 
mental retardation (housing) 
mental retardation (nursing homes) 
mental retardation (report) 
mental retardation (waiting list report) 
Metro Boston (Environmental Greenbook) 
Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

(description of services) 



145 

116 

53 

156,157 

53 

45 

170 

123 

61 

61 

144 

131 

143,144 

144 

157 

133 

144 

54 

141 

50 

50,51 

58,59 

119 

179 

114 

147. 

147 

67 

66 

67 

66 

66 

66 

66,67 

66,168 

168,169 

168 

67 

67 

135 

136 

67,136 

67 

147 

147 



Metropolitan Park System (report) 136 

MetroWest (fee study) 147 

Mexico (business opportunities) 155 

military (consolidation sites) 114 

military contracts 60 

MMWEC (Massachusetts Municipal Wholesale 147,145 

Electric Company - report) 

Mobil Oil (vegetation management plan) 64 

Montachusett Regional Planning Commission 148 

(fact sheet and MART map) 

morality (culture-specific) 178 

motor pool (driver's handbook) 68 

motor vehicle (guide - auto repair) 126 

motor voters (report) 124 

municipal data bank (report) 72 

municipal finance (bulletin) 72 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company (report) 148 

municipalities (wages & employment statistics) 115 

Museum of Fine Arts (bonds) 140 

Muskeget Islands (flora) 148 

mussel, caged (study - Buzzards Bay) 122 



NAGE (collective bargaining agreements) 124 

Nantucket (flora) 148 

Nantucket Sound (squid fishery) 119 

neuroscience (graduate program) 175 

New Bedford (affirmative action programs - labor) 115 

New Bedford (regional airport - report) 178 

New England (wastewater) 62 

Nigerians (development in U.S.) 178 

noise (Turnpike Authority) 171 

nongame wildlife species (program information) 148 
North River (water quality) ^ 122 

Northampton (management pavement program) 161 

Northern Ireland (Occasional Paper - UMASS Boston) 141 

North-South Rail Link (fact sheet) 144 

nursing homes (guide for elders) 128 

nursing homes (mental retardation) 136 



Oak Bluffs (bathhouse - report) 157 

occupations (Massachusetts) 65 

oceanography (Massachusetts Bay) 145 

offender (certification packet) 55 

Old Colony (newsletter) 159 

Old Colony (report) 159 

open burning (brochure) 63 



open meetings (how to follow the law] 
ORV (off -road vehicles) 
osteoporosis (Awareness Week) 
Outdoor Advertising Board (report) 



94 
61 
69 
160 



packaging (awards ceremony) 128 

PACs (listing) 153 

paratransit plan (Pioneer Valley) 163 

parks (map) 118 

parks (off-road vehicles) 61 

Parks, State (brochure) 118 

Parks, State (Connecticut Valley Region) 61 

parole (report) 58 

payees, representative (fact sheets) 168 

P.D. #12 43 

P.D. #29 71 

pediatric undernutrition (report) 79 

peer leadership (handbook) 134 

pension obligation (report) ' 120 

performance awards (program booklet) 168 

Perot, Ross (campaign coverage) 141 

Personal Care Assistance Program (report) 93 

physicians (discipline report) 46 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (accomplishments) 160 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 161 

(economic strategies) 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (list) 161 

Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (transportation) 162 

Pioneer Valley Region (building permits) 163 

Pioneer Valley Region (employment & income) 161 

Pioneer Valley Region (employment projections) 161 

Pioneer Valley Region (housing directory) 161 

Pioneer Valley Region (housing plan) 162 

Pioneer Valley Region (major employers) 161 

Pioneer Valley Region (market trends) 161 

Pioneer Valley Region (population) 162 

Pioneer Valley Region (population projections) 163 

Pioneer Valley Region (traffic counts) 162 

Pioneer Valley Region (transportation) 162 

Pioneer Valley (regional traffic counts) 163 

Pioneer Valley Transit Authority 163 

(economic study) 

plants (newsletter) 174 

police details (report) 133 

police (in-service training materials) 56 

Police, State (helicopter crash report) 74 



201 



Police, State (study) 129 

political campaigns (public financing) 133 

pollutants (Bays) 145 

polymer science (UMASS) 176 

ponds (grant programs) 62 

ponds (management) 61 

ponds (preservation) 61 

populations (multi-cultural) 67 

Port Authority (report - international trade) 146 

port (development) 54 

Port of Boston (economic development plan) 146 

power, electric (plan to deregulate) 116 

PPREP (pre-parole residential environment program) 57 

preservation (newsletter) 139 

prevention, health (newsletter) 48 

probation (newsletter) 156 

probationers (adults) 156 

probationers (juveniles) 156 

Procurement & General Services, Department of 68 

(newsletter) 

procurement (Internet access) 160 

procurement (newsletter) 68 

procurement (questions and answers) 160 

procurement (recycled) 68,160 

procurement system (COMM-PASS) 160 

procurement (training materials) 68 

procurement (vendor handbook) 68 

products, guide (recycled) 160 

profiles (cities and towns of the Commonwealth) 125 

Project Alliance (directory) 158 

Public Access Board (list) 163 

Public Counsel Services (report) 157 

Public Document No. 29 72 

Public Safety, Executive Office of 129 

(descriptive booklet) 



rabies 117 

Racing Commission, State (report) 167 

radioactive waste disposal (protocol & procedures) 142 

Radioactive Waste Management Board, Low-Level 142 

(report) 

radioactive waste (newsletter) 142 

radioactive waste (survey) 142 

rail link (North-South - fact sheet) 144 

railroads (financial assistance - Court opinion) 167 

rain, acid (monitoring) 176 



202 



real property (report) 114 

recidivism rates (report) 57 

records management (newsletter) 158 

recycled procurement 160 

recycled products (guide) 160 

recycling (report card) 128 

recycling (study) 50 

"Red" Book (rules) 125 

refugees (health) 156 

refugees (newsletter) 149 

refugees (report) 149 

Regional Planning Agencies (listing and 143 

fact sheet) 

Registration, Division of (newsletter) 121 

Registration, Division of (report) 121 

regulation reform (report) 124 

regulations (cost-benefit analysis) 125 

regulations (review by the administration) 124 

regulations (state - reduction) 125 

rehabilitation, vocational (directory of providers) 64 

rehabilitation, vocational (list of providers) 64 

rehabilitation, vocational (practice guidelines 64 

for providers) 

rehabilitation, vocational (provider materials) 64 

rehabilitation, vocational (report) 64 

rental voucher program (statistics) 126 

reorganization (charts) 130 

research (university) 179 

resource conservation (newsletter) 121 

rest homes (guide for elders) 128 

Retirement Administration, Division of 120 

Public Employee (report) 

retirement communities (directory) 128 

retirement, public employees (report) 120 

retirement systems (employees) 160 

retirement systems (teachers) 160 

Revenue, Department of (directive) 71 

revenue, problem resolution office (newsletter) 72 

RFP (endangered species) 148 

Rivers Protection Act (questions & answers) 62 

Route 128 (transportation improvement project) 138 

Route 5 (land use) 162 

Route 5 (traffic use) 162 

Route 9 (development trends) 162 

Route 9 (land use) 162 

Route 9 (traffic improvements) 162 

Roxbury Community College (self -study) 164 



SAFEPLAN (safety assistance for every 150 

person leaving abuse now) 

safety, highway (plan) 136 

Salem Harbor ( ichthyoplankton) 119 

Sandoval, Alfred Arthur (case before the United 42 

States Supreme Court) 

savings banks (report) 113 

Savings Makes "Cents" Program (teacher's manual) 92 

school to work initiative (educator action) 149 

school to work initiative (employer action) 149 

schools (careers) 44,45 

schools, charter (1996 applications) 127 

schools (directory) 58 

schools (district profiles) 127 

schools (dropout rates) 58 

schools (health) 48 

schools (health news) 48 

School-to-Work System (guide) 150 

School-to-Work System (map) 149 

School-to-Work System (newsletter) 149 

Schooner Ernestina (newsletter) 165 

security (planning) "70 

Sentencing Commission (report) 146 

sentencing (disparities) l^S 

septic systems (Title 5 - brochure) 63 

sewer (CSO) 181 

sewer (newsletter) ^^^ 

sewer overflow (MWRA - plan) 181 

sewer (rate survey) 180 

sexual harassment (policy) 54 

shellfish (bed restoration) 145 

shellfish (enhancement program) 146 

SHIP (Statewide Head Injury Program) 164 

Silver Dove Awards 128 

skylights, stained glass (State House) 114 

small claims court (guide) 126 

sobriety (testing manual) 56 

Social Security (representative payees) 168 

social services (cases referred to District 73 

Attorneys ) 

social services (consumer population) 73 

Social Services, Department of (directory) 72 

Social Services, Department of (report) 73 

social services (DSS children) 58 

social services (policy re research) 73 

soil sciences (newsletter) 174 

soils, contaminated (landfills) 51 



solar energy (occupational impact) 116 

solid waste (master plan) 122 

South Africa (election observations) 141 

South Africa (trade mission) 155 

South America (trade mission) 155 

South Bay Interchange (central artery) 70,71,139 

Southeast Region, MA (labor market) 115 

Southeastern MA (land use) 165 

Southeastern MA (report) 165 

Southeastern MA (growth) 115 

Southwick (management pavement program) 162 

sporting (licenses) 117 

squid fishery 119 

SSI (elders - brochure) 177 

staffing, occupational (patterns) 65 

Standards, Division of (report) 122 

state budget (process) 166 

state buildings (newsletter) 49 

state college (report) 164 

state lab (letter from the Inspector General) 157 

State Library (renovation study) 166 

State Library (restoration) 114 

State of the State (address - Governor) 135 

state office buildings (newsletter) 49 

State Parks (brochure) 118 

State Police (study) 129 

State Publications (bibliography) 166 

state services (guide) 53 

states (bilateral agreements) 52 

statewide head injury program 164 

statistics (births) 48 

statistics (cancer) 48 

statistics (cancer - cities and towns) 48 

statistics (crime - Massachusetts) 74 

STD (sexually transmitted disease - report) 122 

STD (sexually transmitted diseases - adolescents) 121 

STD (sexually transmitted diseases - report) 121 

STD (sexually transmitted diseases - women) 122 

Steamship Authority (report) 167 

Stockbridge School (catalog) 176 

Stockbridge School (commencement) 176 

stream, adopt a (shoreline survey) 164 

students (expulsions) 58 

students (high school graduates) 58 

students, undergraduate (university - rights) 175 

Suffolk County District Attorney (newsletter) 167 

Suffolk County Superior Court Officers' 170 
Association (agreement-Trial Court) 



superterrorism (course materials) 145 

survey respondents (manual) 65 

Taiwan (trade mission) 155 

tanks, underground oil (removal guide) 51 

tax forms (Package X) 71 

taxes (excise) 71 

taxes (income - guide) 71 

taxes (property - informational guideline releases) 72 

taxes (property - legal opinions) 72 

taxpayers (Bill of Rights) 71 

taxpayers (newsletter) 72 

technology, information (state plan) 134 

technology (newsletter) 141,155 

teens (resources - battered women's programs) 56 

telecommunications (emergency training program) 7052 

telemarketing, charitable (report) 4 3 

television, cable (rate bulletin) 52 

televison, cable (transfer bulletin) 52 

Ten Mile River (water guality) 123 

tenant's rights (guide) 154 

terrorism (course materials) 145 

third harbor tunnel (AG's opinion) 43 

third harbor tunnel (finance plan) 139 

third harbor tunnel project (asset management 157 

system) 
third harbor tunnel (South Bay Interchange) 
TIP (transportation improvement program) 

Title 5 (brochure) 63 

Title 5 (inspection schedules) 58 

Title 5 (newsletter) 122 

Title 5 (update) 62 

tobacco (adolescent trends) 69 

tobacco (environmental) 170 

tobacco litigation (information packet) 44 

tobacco litigation (newsletter) 44 

tobacco (report) 169,170 

tobacco (survey) 169 

tourism (events) 158 

tourism (fall calendar) 158 

tourism (Massachusetts - econommic analysis) 174 

tourism (technical resources) 159 

tourism (travel guide) 158 

tours (newsletter) 158 

town meeting (guide) 165 

towns (community profiles) 125 

trade, international (Mexico) 155 



trade mission (India) 155 

trade mission (South Africa) 155 

trade mission (South America) 155 

trade mission (Taiwan & Vietnam) 155 

trade resources (Israel) 155 

traffic (statistics) 138 

trails (grants program) 121 

trails (newsletter) 121 

training (report) 66 

transportation (feasbility study - Boston 129 

Metropolitan Area) 

transportation (improvement program) 47 

transportation improvement program (TIP) 50 

transportation (intermodal plan) 50 

transportation (newsletter) 47 

transportation (newsletter - Boston Metropolitan 47 

Planning Organization) 

transportation (report) 47,165 

transportation system (bonds) 144 

trapping (licenses) 117 

travel (calendar 158 

travel (events) 158 

travel (France - clippings) 159 

travel (guide - Massachusetts) 158 

travel (Japan - clippings) 159 

travel (Massachusetts - economic analysis) 174 

travel services (statewide contract) 160 

travel (technical resources) 159 

Treasurer, Department of the (newsletter) 92 

Trotter Institute (magazine) 178 

Trotter Institute (newsletter) 178 

trust companies (report) 113 

Tuckernuck (flora) 148 

Turnpike Authority (bonds) 170 

Turnpike Authority (newsletter) 171 

Turnpike Authority (noise) 171 

Turnpike Authority (report) 170,171 

Turnpike (progress report) 170 

U. Plan (college saving program) 138 

UFR (Uniform Financial Statements - 121 

compliance supplement) 

UMASS President (historical article) 142 

UMASS Trustees (rules and regulations) 171,172,173 

underground oil tanks (removal guide) 51 

underground storage tank (manual) 51 

undernutrition (pediatric - report) 69 



207 



unemployment benefits (fact sheet) 59 

unemployment (insurance) 60 

unemployment insurance (trust fund report) 115 

unemployment (study) 116 

unemployment (trends) 116 

unemployment trust fund (newsletter) 60 

unemployment trust fund (report) 60 

university (capital campaign) 173 

university (catalog - staff training and 174 

development) 

university (catalogs) 173,175,177 

179 

university (Chancellor's Council newsletter) 174 

university (directory) 173,179 

university (faculty guide) 175 

university (gallery) 176 

university (guide for parents) 175 

university (magazine) 173,178 

university (magazine - Medical Center) 179 
university (Massachusetts - facts) 

university (program book - W.E.B.Du Bois 177 

Department) 

university (report) 173,179 

university (research) 173 

university (undergraduate journal) 171 

urban issues (newsletter) 42 

utilities, public (Boston Gas rate investigation) 70 

VAWA (Violence Against Women Act - grants) 129 

Vega, Ana Lydia 178 j 

vegetation management (plan) 64 

vehicles (inspection) 63 

vehicles (used - guide) 126 

venture capital (Massachusetts) 150 

veterans (laws and benefits) 53 j 

veterans' affairs (report) 133 

victim rights 179 

victim rights (conference) 179 

victims (violent crime) 44 

Vietnam (trade mission) 155 

violence, domestic (children - report) 135 

Vineyard Sound (sguid fishery) 119 

violence (domestic) 45 

violence, domestic (newsletter) 135 

violence, domestic (reference handbook) 70 

vocational rehabilitation providers (list) 64 



208 



Vodou (morality) 178 

voters (motor - report) 124 

Wachusett Reservoir (water supply treatment) 180 

wages (cities and towns) 116 

wages (Massachusetts) 59 

wages (statistics) 115 

walking (resource guide) 138 

waste, household hazardous (Pioneer Valley) 163 

waste, radioactive (newsletter) 142 

waste, radioactive (survey) 142 

waste site cleanup (21E - evaluation) 50 

waste sites, hazardous (Chapter 21E amendments) 50 

waste, solid (master plan) 122 

wastewater (New England) 62 

water (chemical analysis) 63 

water, drinking (cross connection) 123 

water, fresh (Massachusetts - use) 60 

water quality (North River) 122 

water (rate survey) 180 

Water Resources Authority (capital improvement 179 

program) 

Water Resources Authority (newsletter) 180 

water supply (Pioneer Valley Southern Hilltowns) 162 

water supply (Wachusetts Reservoir) 180 

water (surface drinking) 161 

waterways (newsletter) 123 

weapons, assault (refiled legislation) 132 

Weld, William F. (State of the State Address) 134 

well drillers (list) 62 

Wellesley Central (maintenance facility) 157 

Westborough State Hospital 181 

Westborough State Hospital (investigation of abuse) 94 

Westover (land use study) 162 

wetlands (newsletter) 123 

wetlands (urbanization) 175 

Wildlife Diversity Funding Initiative 148 

(program information) 

wildlife (magazine) 117,11! 

Woburn (childhood leukemia study) 48 
women, battered (resources for teens) ^ 56 

women. Black (anti-slavery efforts) 178 

women (contribution to government) 132 

women (health programs) 48 

women (leadership - African-American) 178 

women (STD -sexually transmitted diseases) 122 

Worcester (labor market) 65 



209 



work and learning program (celebration program 149 

book) 

workers' compensation (report) 182 

workers, dislocated (report) 127 

workers (displaced) 174 

workforce development (economic development) 141 

workforce development (newsletter) 45 

workforce (information - PAS) 175 

workforce training (newsletter) 45 

workplace (safety - newsletter) 65 

worksharing (agreement - MCAD & EEOC) 54 

WOTC (Work Opportunity Tax Credit - fact sheets) 115 

writing guide (Division of Banks) 113 



Youngblood, Daisy (gallery catalog) 176 



Serial Titles Received in 1 996 



The following is a list of serials issued more frequently than on a quarterly basis and received by 
the State Library in 1996. These documents do not appear on the state document microfilm but are 
listed here for informational purposes. All of these serials are available for viewing at the State 
Library and are available through interlibrary loan. Subscriptions or single issues can usually be 
obtained upon request to the issuing agency. Agency addresses can be found in the preceding pages 
or in the Citizens Guide to State Services, available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 1 6, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133, (617) 727-2834, Springfield Office (413) 733-7876. 



Agency 



Title 



Frequency 



Attorney General's 
Office 



Opinions 



irregular 



Board of Bank Incorporation Decisions 



irregular 



Board of Education 



Minutes of the 
Regular Meeting 



irre.Rular 



Minutes of the 
Special Meeting 



irregular 



Board of Library 
Commissioners 



Minutes of the 
BLC Meetings 



irre.Rular 



Notes 



irregular 



Bureau of Special 
Investigations 



Report of Special 
Investigations 



monthly 



Coastal Zone Management Coast Lines 

Department of Education Education Today 

211 



irregular 

10 nos. per year 



Department of Employment 
and Training 



Local Area 
Unemployment 
Statistics and Current 
Employment Statistics 

Massachusetts 
Employment Review 

Mass. Job Trends 

Mass. Local Area 
Trends 



monthly 

monthly 

monthly 
monthly 



Monthly Summary of 
Employment Trends in.. 

Greater Boston 

Northeastern Mass. 

Southeast Region 

West/Central Mass. 



monthly 
monthly 
monthly 
monthly 



Department of Environmental Massachusetts Contingency irregular 



Protection 



Plan (MCP) Questions 
and Ansv^^ers 

Wetlands Report 



irregular 



Department of Mental 
Health 



Monthly Facility Reports monthly 
Information System 



Department of Mental 
Retardation 



Monthly Admission, 
Readmission & 
Transfer Reports 



monthly 



212 



Department of Public 
Health 


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MASSACHUSETTS 

STATE PUBLICATIONS 

1997 



JUL 2 1998 

^'^^^/ers'ty of Massacfiuserfs 
Deposiiory Copy 



State Library of Massachusetts 

ISSN 0465-1898 



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a listing of those publications received at 
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Publications of the State Library 

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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Decision: 119 Salem Street, Inc., d.b.a. Ristorante Euno, Boston. 1996 3 p. 971/1 

Decision: 269 Newbury Street Corp., dbaDavio's, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/1 

Decision: 400 and One Club of Marlborough, Inc., Marlborough. 1997 1 p. 971/2 

Decision: 571 Revere Street, Inc., Revere. 1997 1 p. 973/2 

Decision: 70 Exchange Inc., dba Red Fez, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/3 

Decision: AM F Bowling Centers, Inc., Chicopee. 1997 4 p. 973/4 

Decision: Abbie's Inc., dba Rack & Rhythm, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/1 

Decision: Abdow Corporation, dba P. J. Scott's. Chicopee. 1997 3 p. 972/1 

Decision: Abdow Corporation, dba P.J. Scott's, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/5 

Decision: Abers Cafe of Lynn Inc., dba Arena Cafe, Lynn. 1997 3 p. 973/6 

Decision: Addis Red Sea Ethiopian Corp., Boston. 1997 3 p. 974/2 

Decision: Adele, Inc., Middleton. 1997 3 p. 973/7 

Decision: Adies Companies, Inc., dba Ye Loft and Ladle, Lawrence. 1997 3 p. 972/2 

Decision: A.F., Inc., dba Mario's Cafe Ambiance, Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/3 

Decision: A.G.A.M. Inc., dba Alexander's Restaurant, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/8 

Decision: Aku Aku III Inc., Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/3 

Decision: Aku- Aku, Inc., dba Aku Aku, Cambridge. 1997 2 p. 973/9 

Decision: Albert J. Steven's Jr., dba Al's Sandwiches & Pizza, Plymouth. 1997 1 p. 974/4 

Decision: Alexa Rae Corp., dba Shooter's Cafe, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/10 

Decision: Altieri's Cafe Inc., Fitchburg. 1997 1 p. 973/11 

Decision: Ambisco, Inc., dba Redbones, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/12 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: American Italian Garden Inc., dba Peter's & Mary's, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/13 

Decision: American-Lithuanian Naturalization Club, Athol Mass Inc., Athol. 1997 1 p. 

973/14 

Decision: AML & Sons, Inc., dbaNapoli Restaurant, Springfield. 1996 3 p. 971/4 

Decision: Andover Liquors Inc., Andover. 1997 1 p. 974/5 

Decision: Andrea's Pizza Ristorante, Inc., Worcester. 1997 1 p. 972/3 

Decision: Andrew Demetropoulos, dba Club 418, Springfield. 1996 4 p. 971/5 

Decision: Andros Liquors Inc., Roslindale. 1997 1 p. 973/15 

Decision: Angelo's & Sons Seafood Restaurant, East Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/16 

Decision: Anna Jarvis, dba The Old Red Lantern, Erving. 1997 7 p. 974/6 

Decision: Anne E. Parkin, dba. Elizabeth Anne's, Tyngsborough, 1996 4 p. 971/6 

Decision: Anthony's Hawthorne, Inc.; Lynn. 1997 1 p. 973/17 

Decision: Arborway Imports, Inc. V. Rabbit Winery and Selby Wines. 1997 2 p. 974/7 

Decision: Arrendondo Enterprises Corp., dba Barlos Recuerdos, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/18 

Decision: Athenian Comer Restaurant & Lounge Inc., Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/19 

Decision: Atlantic Liquors Inc., dba J. Silva Package Store, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/20 

Decision: Atlas Liquors Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/21 

Decision: Atlas Pizza, Inc., dba Atlas Pizza, Fall River. 1996 1 p. 971/7 

Decision: Augusta Grille, Inc., of Natick, Natick. 1997 2 p. 973/22 

Decision: Augustus P. Gardner Post 227, American Legion, Inc., Middleton. 1996 2 p. 971/8 

Decision: Avon Fish and Game Association, Avon. 1997 1 p. 974/8 

Decision: B & F Enterprises, Inc., dba Matthews, Springfield. 1997 5 p. 972/4 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: Bairos Liquor Inc., dba Bairos Liquors, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/23 
Decision: Ball Square Liquors Inc., Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/24 
Decision: Baliarin, Inc., dba Hungry I Restaurant, Boston. 1996 2 p. 971/9 
Decision: Ban Roy, Inc., dba Annie's, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/25 
Decision: Bantry, Inc., dba The Four Courts, Dedham. 1997 2 p. 973/26 
Decision: Baijack Inc., dba Chelsea Tap, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/27 

Decision: Baron Properties II, Inc., dba Boomerang Bar & Grille, Framingham. 1997 1 p. 

973/28 

Decision: Bazoukas & Litis Inc., dba Breen's, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/9 

Decision: Beachmont Yacht Club, Revere. 1997 3 p. 974/10 

Decision: Beacon Beverage Company, Brookline. 1997 3 p. 974/11 

Decision: Beauchamp Corp., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/29 

Decision: Bellevue, Inc., dba Piccadilly Filly, Salem. 1997 3 p. 972/5 

Decision: Belvidere Wine Corp., Inc., Lowell. 1997 2 p. 974/12 

Decision: Benjamin's Restaurant, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 971/10 

Decision: Ben's Cafe, Inc., Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/13 

Decision: Ben's Cafe, Inc., Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/14 

Decision: Ben's Cafe, Inc., Worcester. 1996 3 p. 971/11 

Decision: Ben's Cafe, Worcester. 1997 2 p. 972/6 

Decision: Benton Park Inc., dba Benton Park Package Store, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/30 

Decision: Bernard J. Wieloch dba Rainbow Gardens, Dudley. 1996 3 p, 971/12 

Decision: Bernard J. Wieloch, dba Rainbow Gardens, Dudley. 1997 3 p. 974/16 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Bertucci Restaurant Coq)., dba Bertucci Menucci, Andover. 1997 1 p. 974/16 

Decision: Bertucci's Restaurant Corp., dba Bertucci's Brick Oven Pizzeria, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 
973/31 

Decision: Bertucci's Restaurant Corp., dba Bertucci's Pizza & Bocce, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 

973/32 

Decision: Bertucci's Restaurant Corp., Marlborough. 1997 1 p. 971/13 

Decision: Bertucci's Restaurant Corp., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 973/33 

Decision: Bev's Place, Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/7 

Decision: Billy Jack's, Inc., Hudson. 1997 4 p. 972/8 

Decision: Billy Jack's, Inc., Hudson. 1997 1 p. 974/17 

Decision: Blanchard's West Roxbury, Inc., West Roxbury. 1997 1 p. 973/34 

Decision: Blue Eagle Cafe & Restaurant, Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/35 

Decision: Blue Eagle Cafe & Restaurant, Inc., Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/14 

Decision: Bob's Diner, Inc., dba Seven Son's Restaurant, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/36 

Decision: Bombay Mahal, Inc., dba Bombay Mahal Restaurant, Waltham. 1996 1 p. 971/15 

Decision: Boston Common Foods, Inc., Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/16 

Decision: Boston Entertainment Corp., dba Wild Horse Cafe, Beverly. 1996 1 p. 971/17 

Decision: Bourbeau's Market, Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/37 

Decision: Boylston Entertainment, Inc., dba Zanzibar, Boston. 1997 3 p. 972/9 

Decision: Brau-HofFInc, Fitchburg. 1997 1 p. 973/38 

Decision: Brayton Avenue Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1997 3 p. 971/18 

Decision; Bread & Butter Inc., dba Finally Michael's, Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/39 

Decision: Bread & Butter, Inc., dba Finally Michael's, Framingham. 1997 1 p. 974/18 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Brigham Liquors, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 974/19 

Decision; Brisbois Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/20 

Decision: Brodeur&Femandes, Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/10 

Decision: Bronzo's Inc., Shrewsbury. 1997 1 p. 973/40 

Decision: B.S. Enterprises Inc., dba Artie's Pub, Taunton. 1997 1 p. 972/11 

Decision: Buffalo Athletic and Social Club Inc., dba Buffalo Club, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 
973/41 

Decision: Burke Beverages, Inc., Chicopee. 1997 4 p. 974/21 

Decision: Buzzards Bay Aerie #3741 Fraternal Order of Eagles, Bourne. 1997 3 p. 974/22 

Decision: Canaco, Inc., dba Rex Liquors, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 972/12 

Decision: Cape Cod Cafe Incorporated, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 974/23 

Decision: Captain Albert H. Prouty, Post #3439 VFW, Inc., North Brookfield. 1997 3 p. 

972/13 

Decision: Captain's Fishing Parties, Inc., Newburyport. 1997 2 p. 972/14 

Decision: Captain's Lounge Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/42 

Decision: Cardon, Inc., dba Fettes Package Store, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/43 

Decision: Cari Lo Corporation, dba Michael's Billiards, Amherst. 1997 2 p. 974/24 

Decision: Cassandra, Inc., dba Redwood Saloon, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/15 

Decision: Catherine Koulisis, dba Tool Town Pizza, Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/44 

Decision: Cavern Corp., dba the Office, Lynn. 1997 3 p. 973/45 

Decision: Cel-Jac Inc., dba End Zone, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/25 

Decision: Cervejaria Micalence, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/16 

Decision: Chaplain Lyman Rollins Post 2005 Veterans of Foreign War, Inc., Marblehead. 1996 
3 p. 971/19 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision; ChappyPantry Inc., dba Hellers Liquor Mart Inc., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 974/26 

Decision: Charlestown Liquors Inc., Charlestown. 1997 1 p. 973/46 

Decision: Charybids, Inc., dba El Acuna, Amherst. 1997 2 p. 974/27 

Decision: Chebacco Liquor Mart, Inc., Essex. 1997 3 p. 973/47 

Decision: Cheesecake Corporation of America, dba The Cheesecake Factory, Newton. 1996 
1 p. 971/20 

Decision: Chessmen Lounge Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/48 

Decision: Chestnut Pub, Inc., dba Shannon's Comer, Springfield. 1997 2 p. 973/49 

Decision: Chicopee Falls Lodge #1849 Loyal Order of Moose, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/50 

Decision: Chicopee Portugese American Club Inc., Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/51 

Decision: China Clipper Inc., dba The Bleachers, Salem. 1997 2 p. 973/52 

Decision: China Gold Restaurant Inc., West Roxbury. 1997 1 p. 973/53 

Decision: China Pearl Restaurant, Inc., dba China Royal Restaurant & Lions Den Lounge, Fall 
River. 1996 1 p. 971/21 

Decision: Chrismich, Inc., dba Michael's Pub, Leominster. 1997 2 p. 974/28 

Decision: Christo's Corporation, dba Zorba's, Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/54 

Decision: Christos Mallios, dba Monte Christo's Restaurant, Plymouth. 1997 1 p. 974/29 

Decision: Circle B Liquors, Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/17 

Decision: C.J. Manning Co., dba Stockyard, Brighton. 1997 1 p. 973/55 

Decision: Club 507, Inc., Lynn. 1997 4 p. 973/56 

Decision: Club Boston Inc., dba The Other Side, Fitchburg. 1997 1 p. 974/30 

Decision: Club Franco- American de Naturalization D'Athol, Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/57 

Decision: Club Portuguese De InstrucaoE Recreio, Inc., Milford. 1997 1 p. 972/18 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Club Sport Madeirense, Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/19 

Decision: CM Coqjoration, dba Roscoe's Restaurant, Beverly. 1 996 1 p. 971/22 

Decision: Colequin Inc., Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/58 

Decision: Colonial Spirits, Inc., dba Colonial Package Store, North Brookfield. 1997 2 p. 
971/23 

Decision: Colony Liquors Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/59 

Decision: Columbus Club Inc. of Framingham, Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/60 

Decision: Commercial Distributing Company, Co., Westfield. 1997 4 p. 974/31 

Decision: Conti Liquor, Inc., Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/61 

Decision: Cosimi Corp., dba Bootlegger, Lunenburg. 1997 3 p. 974/32 

Decision: Cousin Mike's Inc., dba Cousin Mike's Pizza, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/20 

Decision: Cow's Farm Mini Market, Worcester. 1997 2 p. 972/21 

Decision: CPL Enterprises, Inc., dba Carlo's Place, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/62 

Decision: C.R. & Sons, Inc., dba P & D Mini Mart, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/22 

Decision: C.R. Goody's, Inc., Fitchburg. 1997 2 p. 972/23 

Decision: Crackers, Inc., dba Crackers, Beverly. 1997 1 p. 972/24 

Decision: Cray-Burke Company, Inc., Springfield. 1997 4 p. 974/33 

Decision: Daniel Dillon, dba Al's Manchester by the Sea Cafe, Manchester. 1997 7 p. 971/24 

Decision: Dansue Inc., dba Sandy's Restaurant, Bourne. 1997 1 p. 974/34 

Decision: Daughters, Inc., dba Village Steak House, Weymouth. 1997 4 p. 973/63 

Decision: David J. McHugh dba D.J. McHugh, Marshfield. 1997 2 p. 971/25 

Decision: DEAP, Inc., dba Maxwell Jump's, Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/35 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Debra Ann Dubois, Winchendon. 1997 3 p. 972/25 

Decision: DeMaio Discount Package Store, Inc., Monson. 1997 2 p. 974/36 

Decision: Demetrious Konstantopoulos, dba Castaway Lounge, Whately. 1997 3 p. 972/26 

Decision: Denrich Enterprises, Inc., dba Liberty Liquors, Mashpee. 1997 3 p. 971/26 

Decision: Discount Depot Inc., dba Valley Liquors, Methuen. 1996 2 p. 971/27 

Decision: Dixon's Market, Incorporated, Lynn. 1996 1 p. 971/28 

Decision: DLT, Inc., dba Manny's Saloon, Oxford. 1996 1 p. 971/29 

Decision: Dollar Saver Liquors of Quincy, Inc., dba Dollar Saver of Quincy, Quincy. 1997 4 p. 
973/64 

Decision: Donnelly's Tavern, Inc., Lunenburg. 1997 3 p. 974/37 

Decision: Dorchester Avenue Tavern Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/38 

Decision: Dot Tavern Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/39 

Decision: Double Twelve Lounge Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 973/65 

Decision: Dry Bridge Cafe Inc., dba The Dory, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/66 

Decision: DSM Co. Inc., dba The Gridion, Fitchburg. 1997 1 p. 973/67 

Decision: Dubarry French Restaurant Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/68 

Decision: Eddie's Package Store, Inc., dba Eddy's Liquors, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/27 

Decision: Edward H. Phillips Post Home Inc., Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/69 

Decision: EGJ Inc., dba Abbey Road Tavern, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/70 

Decision: Elaine Amorello & J.E. Amorello, dba Sam's Cafe, Worcester. 1997 6 p. 972/28 

Decision: ENK, Inc., dba Li'l Peach, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/71 

Decision: Epicurean Caterers, Inc., dba The Diplomat, Easton. 1997 3 p. 974/40 

Decision: Esquire Cafe of FR Inc., Fall River. 1997 1 p. 974/41 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: Esquire Club Restaurant Inc., Revere. 1997 1 p. 973/72 
Decision: EstateofAngelo Arcaro, dba The Dugout, Franklin. 1997 2 p. 974/42 
Decision: ET Enterprises, Inc., dba T.J.P. Club, Chicopee. 1997 6 p. 973/73 
Decision: European Cafe, Inc., dba Cafe Europa, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/29 
Decision: Exeter Lounge, Inc., dba Anthony's Place, Springfield. 1997 3 p. 974/43 
Decision: Fantasy Island Inc., Salem. 1997 1 p. 973/74 
Decision: F.D.M. Corporation, dba Home Place, Littleton. 1996 3 p. 971/30 
Decision: Federal Cafe Inc., dba Donnie's, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 972/30 
Decision: Feeding Hills Liquors, dba Phipps Discount Liquors, Agawam. 1997 2 p. 973/75 
Decision: Ferry Street Corporation, dba Jimmy O'Keefe's Pub, Maiden. 1996 1 p. 971/31 
Decision: Fifth Alarm, Inc., dba Fifth Alarm Lounge, Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/32 
Decision: Fifth Alarm, Inc., dba Fifth Alarm Lounge, Springfield. 1997 3 p. 974/44 
Decision: Fifth Alarm, Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/76 
Decision: Fitzgerald's Package Store Inc., Bedford. 1997 1 p. 974/45 
Decision: Five Lamps Associates, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 973/77 
Decision: Five Lamps Association, Inc., Easton. 1997 4 p. 974/46 
Decision: Five Tots Inc., dba Mike's Westview Cafe, Amherst. 1997 1 p. 973/78 
Decision: Five Tots, Inc., dba Mike's Westview Cafe, Amherst. 1997 3 p. 974/47 
Decision: FJS Inc., dba Santarpio Pizza, East Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/79 
Decision: F.L. Roberts & Co., Inc., Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/33 
Decision: Florencio Lopes, dba Mora Besa, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 974/48 
Decision: Fobro, Inc., dba Flying Fish Cafe, Wellfleet. 1997 5 p. 974/49 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Fog, Inc., Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/80 

Decision: Four Ways, Inc., Amherst. 1997 3 p. 974/50 

Decision: Frank G. Bangrazi, dba Forte, Leominster. 1997 3 p. 974/51 

Decision: Frank's Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/31 

Decision: Frascatti Restaurant Inc., dba Crescent Cafe, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/52 

Decision: Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie, dba Eagles Aerie 404, Chi copee. 1997 3 p. 974/53 

Decision: French Naturalization Club Inc., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/81 

Decision: Freshness Inc., dba Border Grill & Bar, Leominster, 1997 1 p. 973/82 

Decision: F.U.D.E. Inc., dba Cushman Village General Store, Amherst. 1997 1 p. 974/54 

Decision: FW Cellars, Inc., dba Fine Wine Cellars of Chestnut Hill, Newton. 1997 2 p. 
973/83 

Decision: G&S Pizza, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 971/34 

Decision: Galmike Corporation, Boston. 1997 1 p, 974/55 

Decision: Gaveleer Alumni Association, Billerica. 1997 3 p. 974/56 

Decision: Geary's Bottled Liquor Co., dba Big Jim's Discount Liquors, Avon. 1997 3 p. 
974/57 

Decision: Genetti's Package Store Inc., Bedford. 1997 1 p. 974/58 

Decision: Georgetown VFW Post 7608, Georgetown. 1997 3 p. 973/84 

Decision: Gerald Ely, II, dba The Menu, Pittsfield. 1997 4 p. 974/59 

Decision: Gerald V. Hickey, Inc., dba Lucien F. Turcotte & Sons, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 972/32 

Decision: Gilman Santillan, dba Vilma-El Malecon Restaurant, Lynn. 1997 1 p. 974/60 

Decision: Gilman Santillan, dba Vilma-El Malecon Restaurant, Lynn. 1997 3 p. 974/61 

Decision: GJS Corporation, dba Quintree Liquors, Boston. 1997 2 p. 974/62 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: Gladrich Inc., Bellingham. 1997 1 p. 974/63 

Decision: Globe Wine Co. Inc., dba Globe Liquors, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 973/85 
Decision: Glori Bee Enterprises Inc., dba Chelsea Walk Pub, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 974/64 
Decision: Golden Arrow Cafe Inc., New Bedford. 1997 3 p. 974/65 
Decision: Golden Buddha, Inc., Maiden. 1997 3 p. 974/66 
Decision: Goldola Restaurant, Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/86 
Decision: Good Times Billiards, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/87 

Decision: Gormac, Inc., dba The Cove Bowling Alley, Great Barrington. 1997 2 p, 973/88 
Decision: Graham's Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/35 
Decision: Greater Boston Restaurant Group, Inc., dba Antonietta's, Everett. 1997 1 p. 973/89 
Decision: GRMC, Inc., dba The Meadows, East Longmeadow. 1997 4 p. 974/67 
Decision: Guy Lee Corp., dba May Villa Restaurant, Taunton. 1997 1 p. 972/33 
Decision: H&C Service Corp., dba Hawthorne Hotel, Salem. 1997 1 p. 973/90 
Decision: Haiku Haiku, Inc., Beverly. 1997 1 p. 972/34 
Decision: Haiku, Haiku, Inc., Beverly. 1997 3 p. 972/35 

Decision: Hamden Beverage Corporation , dba City Liquors, Holyoke. 1997 2 p. 974/68 
Decision: Happy Chinese, Inc., dba Little Chopsticks IH, Fall River. 1996 1 p. 971/36 
Decision: Harji Hotel, Inc., dba Holiday Inn, Brockton. 1997 4 p. 974/69 
Decision: Havco, Inc., dba The Cherry Tree, Newton. 1996 2 p. 971/37 
Decision: Hawk Corp., dba Hawk's Place, Lynn. 1997 1 p. 974/70 
Decision: Hearth & Kettle, Inc., Falmouth. 1997 1 p. 972/36 
Decision: Hilda Barboza, dba R & B Liquors, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/37 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Hios, Inc., dba Casa Antonio Restaurant, Orange. 1997 2 p. 972/38 

Decision: Hitseiki, Ltd., dba Mike's Beverly, 1997 1 p. 972/39 

Decision: Ho Yon Restaurant, Inc., Easton. 1997 2 p. 971/38 

Decision: Holland & Joyce Inc., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/91 

Decision: Holyoke Pizza & Pasta, Inc., dba Stefanelli's Pizza Pub, Holyoke. 1997 2 p. 972/40 

Decision: Horseneck, Inc., dba Main Street Pub, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 973/92 

Decision: Horseshoe Cafe, Inc., dba Horseshoe Cafe, North Reading. 1996 3 p. 971/39 

Decision: H.P.L. Corp., dba Frosty's, Waltham. 1997 3 p. 972/41 

Decision: Hubbardston Rod & Gun Club, Inc., Hubbardston. 1997 3 p. 973/93 

Decision: Hunter Liquors Inc., dba Lion Liquors, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/94 

Decision: Hyannis Regency Beverage, Inc., dba Greenhouse Restaurant, Barnstable. 1996 1 p. 
971/40 

Decision: Hyde Park Liquor n. Inc., Brighton. 1997 1 p. 973/95 

Decision: Imperial Liquor Company, Holbrook. 1997 1 p. 971/41 

Decision: Independent Liquor or Brockton, Inc., dba Cary Hill Discount Liquors, Brockton. 
1997 1 p. 974/71 

Decision: Indian Summer, Inc., Allston. 1997 1 p. 973/96 

Decision: International Beverages, Inc., Holbrook. 1997 3 p. 972/42 

Decision: International Beverages, Inc., Holbrook and The Brooklyn Brewery Limited 
Partnership, dba Brooklyn Brewery Corp., Brooklyn, N.Y. 1997 2 p. 972/43 

Decision: International Europa, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 973/97 

Decision: loannis Karageorgos, dba New Weir Pizza & Restaurant, Taunton. 1997 1 p. 
973/98 

Decision: Irie, Inc., dba The Dubliner, Lowell. 1997 3 p. 972/44 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision. Italian American Club of Pittsfield, Inc., Pittsfield. 1997 4 p. 974/72 

Decision: ITAM Lodge #546 Order Sons of Italy in America, Pittsfield. 1997 4 p 974/73 

Decision. J & L Restaurant, Inc., dba Rudy's Cafe, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/99 

Decision: J. Dudley, Inc., dba Peter's Pub, Boston. 1996 3 p. 971/42 

Decision: J. Elease Gloekler, dba County Liquors, Taunton. 1997 1 p. 973/100 

Decision: Jake's New Tyme Saloon, Inc., dba Jake's New Tyme Saloon, Fall River. 1997 5 p. 
973/101 

Decision: Jake's New Tyme Saloon Inc., Fall River. 1997 1 p. 973/102 

Decision: Jam Jon Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/103 

Decision: James W. Gasse, dba DJ's Pub, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/104 

Decision: Janice E. Hartwell, dba Equis Spanish Gardens, Montague. 1996 3 p. 971/43 

Decision: Jardel Corp., dba Delano's, Amherst. 1997 1 p. 973/105 

Decision: Jayal, Inc., dba Jon's Place, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/106 

Decision: Jean Berlange, dba Jeano's Restaurant, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 974/74 

Decision: Jeffrey D. McDonald, dba Christy's Market, West Roxbury. 1997 1 p. 973/107 

Decision: Jeff's Pub, Inc., Southbridge. 1997 3 p. 973/108 

Decision: Jeff's Pub, Inc., Southbridge. 1997 4 p. 974/75 

Decision: JELA, Inc., dba Moriarty's, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/109 

Decision: JELA, Inc., dba Moriarty's, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/110 

Decision: JEMTH Corp., dba Max's Restaurant «& Pub, Lynn. 1997 3 p. 973/111 

Decision: Jewel of India, Inc., dba Jewel of India, Waltham. 1996 1 p. 971/44 

Decision: Jitrada, Inc., dba Chiengmai of Thailand, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/45 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: J.J. Hurley Pub Inc., Roslindale. 1997 1 p. 973/112 

Decision: J.M. & J.M.Enterprises, Inc., Lynn. 1996 1 p. 971/46 

Decision: J.N.D. Liqours, Inc., dba Richdale Superette, Lynn. 1997 3 p. 972/45 

Decision: Joanne C. Morel, dba Oscar's Place, Revere. 1997 3 p. 974/76 

Decision: Joanne I. LaBonte dba Joanne's Place, Gardner. 1997 3 p. 971/47 

Decision: John J. Weir Post 246 American Legion Building Association, Hardwick. 1997 2 p. 
974/77 

Decision: John Keefe Sports Haven Inc., Salem. 1997 1 p. 974/78 

Decision: John P. Welsh, dba. The Dry Dock, Swansea. 1997 6 p. 973/1 13 

Decision: Johnny's Luncheonette, Inc., dba Johnny's Luncheonette, Newton. 1996 1 p. 
971/48 

Decision: Jonathan S. Najjar, Inc., dba John's Great American Restaurant & Pub, Lowell. 1997 
5 p. 972/46 

Decision: Joo Hyong Lee, dba Jin Video, Boston. 1997 5 p. 973/1 14 

Decision: Joseph C. Medeiros, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/47 

Decision: Joseph Michael Doherty, dba Lil Peach Convenience Store, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 
973/115 

Decision: Joseph P. Caico Corp., dba Joey's, Brighton. 1997 1 p. 973/1 16 

Decision: Joseph Package Store, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 974/79 

Decision: Joseph R. Ingemi, Jr., dba The New Street Grille, Ipswich, 1997 3 p. 973/1 17 

Decision: Joseph R. Ingemi, Jr., dba The New Street Grille, Ipswich. 1997 2 p. 974/80 

Decision: Joseph's Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/49 

Decision: J.T.J. Corp., dba Daisy Buchanan's, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/118 

Decision: J.T.J. Corp., dba Daisy Buchanan's, Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/81 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision. Justin's Restaurant of Andover, Inc., Andover. 1997 1 p. 974/82 

Decision: K&K Management Corporation, Marlborough 1997 1 p. 971/50 

Decision: Kapila I. Patel, dba Crossing Comer Market, Beverly. 1996 1 p. 971/51 

Decision: Karoun, Inc., Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/52 

Decision: Kathleen A. Bray, dba The Admiral's Hill Marina Restaurant, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 
974/83 

Decision: Keiry A. Baselious, Avon. 1997 1 p. 974/84 

Decision: Kelly's Liquor Mart, Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 972/48 

Decision: Kelly's Liquor Mart Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/119 

Decision: Keltar Corp., dba Sligo Pub, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 972/49 

Decision: Kimball Family Corp., dba Wood's Seafood, Plymouth. 1997 1 p. 974/85 

Decision: Kimberly V. Robinson Geraci, dba Prattville Market, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/120 

Decision: K.J. Enterprises, Inc. dba The Victorian, Greenfield. 1997 4 p. 974/86 

Decision: L & A Corp., dba China Roma, Revere. 1997 1 p. 973/121 

Decision: L & G Package Store, Inc., dba The Cornerstone, Beverly. 1997 1 p. 972/50 

Decision: L. Knife & Son, Inc., Kingston. 1997 2 p. 974/87 

Decision: La Boemia Taberna, Boston. 1997 2 p. 973/122 

Decision: La Cucina di Pinocchio Inc., Amherst. 1997 1 p. 973/123 

Decision: Lanai Restaurant, Inc., Milford. 1997 1 p. 973/124 

Decision: Lance A. Golgata, dba The Little Pub, Marlborough. 1997 1 p. 971/53 

Decision: Laplante's Restaurant Inc., dba Mr. Magoo's, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/88 

Decision: Laurence J. Madfis, dba Ming Garden, Brookline. 1997 1 p. 972/51 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Lava Lamp, Inc., dba Poly Esta's, Lowell. 1997 3 p. 974/89 

Decision: Lawrence Lodge 902 Order of Sons of Italy in America, Lawrence. 1997 3 p. 

972/52 

Decision: Leahy'sLiquor Store, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 971/54 

Decision: Leca Cafe, Inc., dba Richard's Restaurant & Pub, Taunton, 1997 1 p. 972/53 

Decision: LeGrand Croissant, Inc., dba LeGrand Cafe, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/55 

Decision: Leominster Christina's Inc., dba Christina's, Leominister. 1997 1 p. 973/125 

Decision: Li Xia Ling, dba Oriental, Taunton. 1997 1 p. 973/126 

Decision: Linda A. Orlando, dba Linda's Variety, Norfolk. 1997 1 p. 974/90 

Decision: L.L.King, Inc., dba Rollo's Food and Sports Pub, Beverly. 1996 1 p. 971/56 

Decision: Lobster Hut Family Restaurant, Inc., Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/127 

Decision: Lock's Sisters Restaurant Corp., dba Beijing Palace, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/57 

Decision: Logboy, Inc., dba The Tin Whistle, Weymouth. 1997 1 p. 972/54 

Decision: Losier's Cafe, Inc., dba The Derry Bar, Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/128 

Decision: Louis Giannakakos, dba Brothers Pizza, Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/129 

Decision: Lowell Street Associates Limited Partnership, dba Ramada Hotel Rolling Green 
Andover, Andover. 1997 1 p. 974/91 

Decision: Ludhiana Corp., dba Sweetheart, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/92 

Decision: LVM Corp., dba McNamara's Package Store, Springfield. 1997 2 p. 973/130 

Decision: Lynn Yacht Club, Inc., Lynn. 1996 4 p. 971/58 

Decision: Lynnway Enterprises, Inc., dba Porthole Pub, Lynn. 1997 1 p. 973/131 

Decision: M & G B, Inc., dba Casa DeLuca, Beverly. 1996 1 p. 971/59 

Decision: M «& M, Inc., dba M & M Liquors, Framingham. 1997 3 p. 973/132 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: MACL, Inc., dba Legends Pub & Deli, Leominster. 1997 3 p. 972/55 

Decision: MacMar Corp., Boston 1997 1 p. 973/133 

Decision: Magic Pan International Inc., dba Milano's, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/134 

Decision: Mai Kai, Inc., Chelmsford. 1997 3 p. 972/56 

Decision: Makaha, Inc., dba Makaha, Acton. 1996 3 p. 971/60 

Decision: Makai Corporation, dba Beachmoor, Bourne. 1997 2 p. 973/135 

Decision: Maluken Japanese Restaurant Corp., Boston. 1997 3 p. 974/93 

Decision: Mandarin Inc., dba Mandarin Super Buffet, Salem. 1997 1 p. 973/136 

Decision: Manning Cafe, Inc., dba Billy Jack's, Boston. 1997 2 p. 974/94 

Decision: Manuel Martins, dba Modem Snack Bar, Fall River, 1997 1 p. 974/95 

Decision: Mardi Gras Entertainment, Inc., Springfield. 1997 3 p. 973/137 

Decision: Mark IV Inc., dba Traverse Street Cafe, Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/138 

Decision; Marlborough Lodge #1129, Loyal Order of Moose, Inc., Marlborough. 1997 3 p. 
973/139 

Decision: Marshall's Pub, Inc., dba Marshall's Pub, Dartmouth. 1997 3 p. 974/96 

Decision: Martel-L, Inc., dba Martel-L, Salisbury. 1997 3 p. 973/140 

Decision: Mary Ellen Kelleher, dba Encuentro Latino, Lynn. 1997 1 p. 974/97 

Decision: Massasoit Cafe of Fall River, Inc., Fall River. 1997 3 p. 974/98 

Decision: Mato Grande Club, Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/57 

Decision: Mattie's Cafe Inc., Springfield. 1997 2 p. 973/141 

Decision: Maywood Association Inc., dba Blarney Stone, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/99 

Decision: M.B. Market Inc., dba Paul Revere Liquors, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/142 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: McCarthy Brothers Inc., Charlestown. 1997 1 p. 973/143 

Decision; McGonagle & Sons, Inc., Watertown. 1997 2 p. 971/61 

Decision; Melody Lounge Inc. Lynn. 1997 1 p. 974/100 

Decision; Mencobi's, Inc., Westborough. 1997 3 p. 974/101 

Decision; Merrill L. Simmonds Post #130 American Legion, Palmer. 1997 3 p. 974/102 

Decision; Merrimac Valley Distributing Co., Inc., Danvers. 1997 3 p. 973/144 

Decision; Metrowest Tropical Foods, Inc., Framingham. 1997 1 p. 974/103 

Decision; MG & JD Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 974/104 

Decision; MGRH, Inc., dba India Paradise, Newton. 1997 1 p. 972/58 

Decision; Middle East Food Services, Inc., dba Sabra Restaurant, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/62 

Decision; Middlesex Enterprises, Inc., dba Huckelberries, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/63 

Decision; Midland Hotel Corp., dba Holiday Inn, Mariborough. 1997 1 p. 971/64 

Decision; Midland Hotel Corporation, dba Peabody Holiday Inn, Peabody. 1997 3 p. 974/105 

Decision; Mission Hill Liquors, Inc., Boston. 1996 1 p. 971/65 

Decision; MJM Inc., dba Lidio's, Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/145 

Decision; Monty's Garden Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/146 

Decision; Moon Woman Enterprises, Inc., dba Moon Woman Cafe, Newton. 1996 1 p. 
971/66 

Decision; M.R. & M Lounge, Inc., dba Lemon Drinks & Such, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 972/59 

Decision; M.R. Enterprises, Inc., dba Diamonds, Tewksbury. 1997 2 p. 972/60 

Decision; Mr. Mac's Inc., Lynn. 1997 2 p. 972/61 

Decision; MSZ, Inc., dba Fat Cat's, Southbridge. 1997 2 p. 974/106 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Mutual Oil Co., Inc., dba Mutual Mart, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/62 

Decision: Nam Vet, Inc., Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/147 

Decision: Nancy Serna, dba Rancho Las Pupusas, Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/148 

Decision: Nantucket Adventures, Inc., Nantucket. 1997 1 p. 974/107 

Decision: Narendra R. Patel, Milford. 1997 1 p. 973/149 

Decision: Nel-Jim Inc., dba Cornerstones, Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/150 

Decision: Neptune Liquors, Inc., East Boston. 1997 2 p. 973/151 

Decision: New Asia Chinese Restaurant Sally Loh Inc., Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/152 

Decision: New England Restaurant Co. Inc., dba Chili's, Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/153 

Decision: New Wave Cafe Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 974/108 

Decision: New World Restaurant, Inc., Lynn. 1997 3 p. 972/63 

Decision: Newbury Fine Dining LP., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/154 

Decision: Newton Highlands Liquor Mart, Inc., Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/67 

Decision: Nicholas J. Laganas, dba Johnny's Pizza, Lowell. 1997 4 p. 972/64 

Decision: NNS, Inc., dba New Mother India Restaurant, Waltham. 1997 1 p. 972/65 

Decision: No. Main Management Corp., Inc., dba Eagle Restaurant, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 
972/66 

Decision: Nobscot Cafe Inc., Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/155 

Decision: Normandin Liquors, Inc., Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/156 

Decision: Normindel, Inc., dba Shotgun Willy's, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 972/67 

Decision: North Main Street Management Group, Incorporated, dba Ponderosa Steak, Swansea. 

1997 3 p. 972/68 

Decision: Northborough Hospitality Associates, Inc., dba Comfort Inn, Northborough. 1997 1 
p. 972/69 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Norwood Package Store, Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 972/70 

Decision: O.B. Liquors, Inc., Boston. 1997 2 p. 973/157 

Decision: Ocean Grille, Inc., Hull. 1997 2 p. 974/109 

Decision: Ocean View Inn, Inc., Gloucester. 1997 2 p. 974/110 

Decision: Ogar-Costello, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 972/71 

Decision: Old Honky Tonk Cafe, Inc., dba Honky Tonk, Lowell. 1996 4 p. 971/68 

Decision: Old Honky Tonk Cafe, Inc., dba Honky Tonk, Lowell. 1997 2 p. 972/72 

Decision: Old Honky Tonk Cafe, Inc., dba The Keg, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 972/73 

Decision: Olde Bedford Package Store Inc., Bedford. 1997 1 p. 974/1 1 1 

Decision: Olde Germany, Inc., dba Harborside Hofbrau, Manchester. 1997 1 p. 973/158 

Decision: OTRW, LTD., dba Top of the Town, Clinton. 1997 2 p. 973/159 

Decision: Owens R.F. Co., Inc., dba Trucchi's Supermarket, Taunton. 1997 3 p. 973/160 

Decision: P & V Enterprises, dba Thai Basil, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/161 

Decision: P. D'Errico & Sons Inc., Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/1 12 

Decision: P«S:N Inc., dba O'Hara's Package Store, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/113 

Decision: Pabla Bros. Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/162 

Decision: PAC Enterprises Inc., dba Buttonwood Liquors, New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 974/11 

Decision: Palmer River Golf Club, Inc., dba Swansea Country Club, Swansea. 1997 3 p. 
972/74 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/163 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/164 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Fitchburg. 1997 3 p. 972/75 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Revere. 1997 1 p. 973/165 

Decision; Papa Gino's Acquisition Corp., Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/115 

Decision: Papa Gino's Acquistion Corp., Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/166 

Decision: Papa Gino's of America, Inc., Saugus. 1996 1 p. 971/69 

Decision: Park Ave. Liquors, Inc., Plymouth. 1997 1 p. 974/116 

Decision: Parrotta's Alpine Lodge, Inc., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/167 

Decision: Pembroke Restaurant Corp., dba Tsing Tao, Pembroke, 1997 3 p. 973/168 

Decision: Penner's Place Inc., Bourne. 1997 1 p. 974/117 

Decision: Persey's Place of Buzzards Bay, dba Penners Place, Bourne. 1997 3 p. 972/76 

Decision: Pioneer Flying Club, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 971/70 

Decision: Pitchers Mound Inc., dba Pitchers Mound, North Adams. 1997 3 p. 971/71 

Decision: Pittsfield American Legion, Inc., Pittsfield. 1997 4 p. 974/118 

Decision: Pittsfield General Electric Athletic Association, Inc., Pittsfield. 1997 4 p. 974/1 19 

Decision: Pizza Hut of America, Inc., Chicopee. 1996 1 p. 971/72 

Decision: P.J.F. Inc., dba Hobbs Grille & Tap, Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/120 

Decision: Playhouse Entertainment, Inc., dba Mama Kin's, Boston. 1997 3 p. 974/121 

Decision: Pleasant Cafe, Inc., dba Henry's Cafe, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/77 

Decision: Pleasant Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 972/78 

Decision: Plymouth Yacht Club Inc., Plymouth. 1997 1 p. 974/122 

Decision: Polish American Veteran's Club, Inc., dba Polish Anerican Club, Chicopee. 1997 5 p. 
973/169 

Decision: Polish Community Club, Inc., Pittsfield. 1997 4 p. 974/123 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision; Polish Falcons of America #580, Pittsfield. 1997 3 p. 974/124 

Decision: Polish Legion of American Veterans Post #92, Inc., Ipswich. 1996 3 p. 971/73 

Decision: Polish National Home Cafe, Inc., Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 972/79 

Decision: Polish National Home Cafe, Inc., Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/170 

Decision: Polluca's, Inc., dba Donohue's Bayside Restaurant, Hull. 1996 2 p. 971/74 

Decision: Polly's Restaurant Inc., Shrewsbury. 1997 1 p. 974/125 

Decision: Poly Esta's of Boston, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 971/75 

Decision: Power Development, Inc., The New Bayview Liquors, Boston. 1997 3 p. 974/126 

Decision: Powers Wine Co., Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/171 

Decision: Prince Henry, Inc., dba O'Gils, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/80 

Decision: Quality Brands, Incorporated of Lawrence, Lawrence. 1996 5 p. 971/76 

Decision: Quandas, Inc., dba Levar's, Lynn. 1997 1 p. 972/81 

Decision: Quick 6 of Weymouth, Inc., Weymouth. 1997 1 p. 972/82 

Decision: Quinsigmond Post #318 of the American Legion, Inc, Worcester. 1997 2 p. 
973/172 

Decision: R & P Restaurants, Inc., dba Captain Pete's, Attleboro. 1996 4 p. 971/77 

Decision: R & S Liquor Mart Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/173 

Decision: Rainbow Cafe, Inc., dba Theodore's, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/174 

Decision: Raw Bar Inc., Mashpee. 1997 4 p. 973/175 

Decision: Raymond N. LaBonte, dba Toy Town Pub, Winchendon. 1997 4 p. 971/78 

Decision: Red Cedar's, Inc., Dartmouth. 1997 3 p. 974/127 

Decision: Rendezvous Restaurant & Lounge, Inc., dba Renezvous Restaurant & Lounge, 
Wahham. 1996 1 p. 971/79 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Renzoni Beer & Wine, Inc., dba Mike's Beer & Wine, Shrewsbury. 1997 1 p. 
973/176 

Decision: Restaurant Management Enterprises, Inc., dba The Northport, Chatham. 1997 1 p. 

972/83 

Decision; Richard P. Galardi, dba Roseann's, Lynn. 1997 3 p. 972/84 

Decision: Richard P. Galardi, dba Roseann's, Lynn. 1996 3 p. 971/80 

Decision: Richard's Food & Drink, Inc., Milford. 1997 1 p. 972/85 

Decision: Rick's of the North Shore, Inc., dba Barney's, Beverly. 1996 2 p. 971/81 

Decision: Rigali Enterprises, Inc., dba The Waterfront, Holyoke. 1997 4 p. 971/82 

Decision: Ripp, Inc., dba Point Pub, Quincy. 1997 2 p. 973/177 

Decision: River Street Restaurant Corp., dba P.J. Murphy's, Haverhill. 1997 1 p. 973/178 

Decision: River View Entertainment, Inc., dbaRazzle's, Springfield. 1997 6 p. 974/128 

Decision: R.J. Fitz as General Partner of R.J. Fitz Limited Partnership, dba R.J. Fitz and Hooter's 
Neighborhood Restaurant, Boston. 1997 6 p. 973/179 

Decision: R.J. Fitz, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 971/83 

Decision: R.J. Fitz, Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/180 

Decision: RJA Corporation, dba Genova Cafe, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 974/129 

Decision: R.J.K. & T.J.K., Inc., dba Four Seasons, Hadley. 1997 3 p. 974/130 

Decision: RJK & TJK, Inc., dba Four Season's Wine & Liquors, Hadley. 1997 2 p. 974/13 1 

Decision: Robel Corp., dba The Depot, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 974/132 

Decision: Robert Aiello, dba Back Bay Market, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/181 

Decision: Robert J. Audet, dba Pawtucket Pharmacy, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 972/86 

Decision: Robert W. Butinsky, dba Highland Cafe, Athol. 1997 1 p. 973/182 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Robert's Pub, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 972/87 

Decision: Rod Thai, Inc., dbaErawan of Siam, Waltham. 1996 1 p. 971/84 

Decision: Rogers Supermarket, dba Lukes, Plymouth. 1997 1 p. 974/133 

Decision: Rosario's ItaHan Ristorante, Inc., Revere. 1997 1 p. 973/182 

Decision: Royal Buddha Inc., Milford. 1997 1 p. 972/88 

Decision: RRR & C Inc., dba State Liquor Mart, Springfield. 1997 2 p. 972/89 

Decision: Ryal Side Liquors, Inc., dba Ryal Side Liquors, Beverly. 1996 1 p. 971/85 

Decision: Sagres Associates, Inc., dba Sarges Package Store, New Bedford. 1997 3 p. 
974/134 

Decision: Salisbury Beverage Co., Inc., Salisbury. 1996 1 p. 971/86 

Decision: Sam D'Angelo, Inc., dba Sam's Convenience, Chicopee. 1997 3 p. 974/135 

Decision: Sam D'Angelo, Inc., dba Sam's Convenience, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 974/136 

Decision: Sampan Restaurant, Inc., Framingham. 1997 3 p. 973/183 

Decision: S.B. Rainbow, Inc., Gloucester. 1996 2 p. 971/87 

Decision: Scott A. DeHetre dba Buddy's Restaurant, Newbury. 1997 3 p. 972/90 

Decision: Seaboard Products Co., Danvers. 1997 3 p. 973/184 

Decision: Seacoast Cafe, Inc., dba Sidewalk Cafe, Salisbury. 1997 1 p. 972/91 

Decision: Seacoast Cafe, Inc., dba Sidewalk Cafe, Salisbury. 1997 1 p. 972/92 

Decision: Seacoast Cafe, Inc., Salsibury. 1996 4 p. 971/88 

Decision: Sengchanh Lothi, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/186 

Decision: Senrac, Inc., dba Club m, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/187 

Decision: Shaffeee's Inc., dba Shaffee's Pub, Salisbury. 1997 7 p. 971/89 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision; Shaffee's Inc., Salisbury. 1997 1 p. 974/137 

Decision; Sherri Via, dba Kokomos, Springfield. 1997 4 p. 974/138 

Decision; Showbiz Pizza Time, Inc., dba Chuck E. Cheese's, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/188 

Decision; Showtime Dinner Theatre Productions, Inc., dba Chateau DeVille Dinner Theatre, 
Stoneham. 1997 5 p. 972/93 

Decision; Sidelines Sports Bar, Inc., Brockton. 1997 1 p. 974/139 

Decision; Silhouette Lounge Inc., Allston. 1997 1 p. 973/189 

Decision; Someplace Else Inc., Salem. 1997 1 p. 973/190 

Decision; Sompal, Inc., dba Store 38 Liquors, Lowell. 1997 4 p. 974/140 

Decision; Sotirios Exarchos Inc., dba Deport House of Pizza, Andover. 1997 1 p. 974/141 

Decision; Sotirios Sotiriou, dba Milan Pizza, Lowell. 1997 3 p. 972/94 

Decision; South Fitchburg Social Club Inc., Fitchburg. 1997 1 p. 973/191 

Decision; Spain & Cuba Corp., dba Rincon Crioilo Spain Restaurant, Lynn. 1997 1 p. 972/95 

Decision; Spain & Cuba Corp., Lynn. 1997 1 p. 973/192 

Decision; Spirit Haus, Inc., Amherst. 1997 2 p. 974/142 

Decision; Sports Connection Bar & Grill, Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/143 

Decision; Sportsman Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1997 3 p. 974/144 

Decision; Springdale Liquors Inc., dba Kappy's Liquors, Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/193 

Decision; Square Deal Cafe, Inc., Fall River. 1996 1 p. 971/90 

Decision; Stanley V. Skamaryez n/Valerie K. Skamaryez, Westminster. 1997 2 p. 974/145 

Decision; Stan's Variety, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 971/91 

Decision; State Spa Inc., Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/194 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: Stavros H. Kosmidis, dba West Fitchburg Pizza, Fitchburg. 1997 3 p. 972/96 
Decision: Stephanie Associates Inc., dba Mirabelle, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/195 
Decision: Steve Newman, dba Punters Pub, Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/146 
Decision: Steven's Ultra Center, Inc., Seekonk. 1997 1 p. 973/196 
Decision: Steve's Restaurant Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/197 
Decision: Steve's Variety, Inc., Randolph. 1997 2 p. 972/97 
Decision: Steve's Variety, Inc., Randolph. 1997 2 p. 973/198 
Decision: Sticker's, Inc., dba Foxy's Tea Room, Westfield. 1997 2 p. 974/147 
Decision: Summer Bow, Inc., Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/199 
Decision: Summer Bow, Inc., Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/200 
Decision: Sump'N Special Cafe Inc., Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/201 
Decision: Sweeney's Bar & Grille, Inc., Brockton. 1997 1 p. 972/98 
Decision: Sweeney's Bar & Grille, Inc., Brockton. 1997 1 p. 974/148 
Decision: S.W.W. Inc., dba Atlas Pub, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/202 
Decision: T & S Liquors, Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/202 
Decision: Taco Connection, Inc., dba Cafe Sol Azteca, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/92 
Decision: Taunton Beverage Co., Inc., Taunton. 1997 2 p. 973/203 
Decision: Taunton Liquors, Inc., dba Regal Liquors, Taunton. 1997 2 p. 973/205 
Decision: Taylor's Tavern, Inc., Greenfield. 1997 3 p. 973/206 
Decision: Taylor's Tavern, Inc., Greenfield. 1997 2 p. 974/149 
Decision: Teddy B's, Inc., dba Teddy B's, Springfield. 1997 3 p. 974/150 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Textile City Inc., dba Acre Sports Pub, Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/207 

Decision: TGI Friday's Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/208 

Decision: T.G.I. Friday's, Inc., Danvers. 1996 3 p. 971/93 

Decision: Thai Hut, Inc., Salem. 1997 1 p. 973/209 

Decision: That's Entertainment, Inc., dba, Axis/A valon, Boston. 1997 3 p. 973/210 

Decision: The Boston Beer & Wine Co., Inc., Beverly. 1997 6 p. 974/151 

Decision: The Boston Beer and Wine Company, Inc., Wobum. 1997 5 p. 974/152 

Decision: The Brewery, A Restaurant and Pub Inc., Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/211 

Decision: The Capital Grille of Boston, Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/212 

Decision: The Captain's Quarter Deck, Inc., Taunton. 1997 1 p. 971/94 

Decision: The Colosseum Banquet House, Inc., West Springfield. 1997 2 p. 971/95 

Decision: The Ground Round, Inc., Boston. 1996 3 p. 971/96 

Decision: TheHideaway Inc., Lynn. 1997 1 p. 973/213 

Decision: The Lantern, Inc., dba The Lantern, Sheffield. 1996 5 p. 971/97 

Decision: The Malone Marlborough Market, Inc., Boston. 1997 3 p. 973/214 

Decision: The Paradise, Inc., dba Huke Lau, Chicopee. 1997 4 p. 974/153 

Decision: The Paradise Inc. of Chicopee, dba Hu Ke Lau, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 972/99 

Decision: The Paradise Inc., of Chicopee, dba Huke Lau, Chicopee, 1997 3 p. 972/100 

Decision: The Pub of Springfield, Inc., dba The Pub, Springfield. 1996 1 p. 971/98 

Decision: The Pub of Springfield Inc., Springfield. 1997 1 p. 973/215 

Decision: The Rudyard Corporate Group of New England, Inc., dba Fine Wine Cellars of 
Chestnut Hill & Boston, Newton. 1996 1 p. 971/99 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: The Silver Front Cafe, Inc., Athol. 1997 3 p. 974/154 
Decision: The Western Front, Inc., Cambridge. 1997 1 p. 974/155 
Decision: The Winnesimmett Athletic &, Social Club Inc., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/216 
Decision: Thomas I. Norlin, dba The Blue Morning, Scituate. 1997 1 p. 974/156 
Decision: Thomas J. Flately dba Sheraton Tara Hotel and Resort, Danvers. 1997 3 p. 971/100 
Decision: Thomas J. Healy, Inc., dba Golden Goose Market, Boston. 1997 3 p. 973/217 
Decision: Thor Corp., dba Norfolk Food Mart, Norfolk. 1997 1 p. 974/157 
Decision: Three G's Enterprises Inc., dba Three G's Sports Bar, Worcester. 1996 4 p. 971/101 
Decision: Tides Corporation, dba Tides Restaurant, Nahant. 1997 2 p. 973/218 
Decision: Tiger, Inc., dba Russo Food Mart, Weymouth. 1997 2 p. 973/219 
Decision: Tijuana Mexican Food Inc., Chelsea. 1997 1 p. 973/220 
Decision: Tiki Hut Inc., Leominster. 1997 1 p. 973/221 
Decision: Time Out Inc., Amherst. 1997 1 p. 973/222 
Decision: Time Out, Inc., dba Time Out, Amherst. 1997 6 p. 972/101 
Decision: Time Out, Inc., dba Time Out, Amherst. 1997 6 p. 974/158 
Decision: Tina's Group Inc., dba Imperial China, Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/223 
Decision: T.J. Roses, Inc., dba T.J. Snookers, Somerville. 1997 3 p. 974/159 
Decision: T.J. Roses, Inc., dba T.J. Snookers, Somerville. 1997 1 p. 973/224 
Decision: Tolrey, Inc., dba Deerfield Tavern, South Deerfield. 1997 2 p. 974/160 
Decision: Tom EngHsh's Cafe Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 973/225 
Decision: T.O.W.N., Inc., Orange. 1996 2 p. 971/102 
Decision: Trattoria, Inc., dba LaCucina Italiana, Walpole. 1997 2 p. 972/102 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Triple S Liquors, dba Jocko's, Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 973/226 

Decision: UNHC, Inc., dba The Usual, Lowell. 1997 6 p. 972/103 

Decision: UNHMC Inc., Lowell. 1997 1 p. 973/227 

Decision: United Liquors Ltd., Chicopee, 1997 4 p. 974/161 

Decision: United Liquors, Ltd., Lawrence. 1996 2 p. 971/103 

Decision: United Liquors Ltd. V. Robert Mondavi Winery. 1997 2 p 973/228 

Decision: United Liquors, Ltd. v. Sebastiani Vineyards, Inc. 1997 4 p. 974/162 

Decision: Uxbridge Progressive Club, Inc., Uxbridge. 1997 3 p. 974/163 

Decision: Val-Chris, Inc., dba Bolton Street Liquors, Marlborough. 1997 1 p. 971/104 

Decision: Vasco DaGamma, Inc., New Bedford. 1997 1 p. 972/104 

Decision: Vaughan's Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 974/164 

Decision: Venice Cafe, Inc.. dba Venice Cafe, Lynn. 1997 2 p. 973/229 

Decision: Vil-Pak, Inc., dba Village Package and Variety, Cheshire. 1997 2 p. 974/165 

Decision: Vlossom Inc., Milford. 1997 1 p. 973/230 

Decision: Volunteer Yacht Club, Inc., Lynn. 1996 2 p. 971/105 

Decision: Wade Lee Enterprises, Inc., dba China Sea, Maiden. 1997 5 p. 973/23 1 

Decision: Wah Mee, Inc., Fall River. 1997 1 p. 972/105 

Decision: Wah Sun Restaurant, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 973/233 

Decision: Watch City Brewing Company, dba Witch City Brewery, Wahham. 1996 1 p. 
971/106 

Decision: Webster Enterprises, Inc., dba Fuzzy Grape Saloon, Webster. 1997 2 p. 973/234 

Decision: West Mansfield, Inc., dba Rum Runner Wine & Spirits, Mansfield. 1997 3 p. 
971/107 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Westfield Food Mart, Inc., Westfield. 1996 2 p. 971/108 

Decision: Whelan's Willow Grille, Inc., Somerville. 1997 2 p. 974/166 

Decision: White Eagle Society of Greenfield, Inc., Greenfield. 1997 4 p. 973/235 

Decision: Whitehall Company Ltd. v. Brown Forman Corporation. 1997 2 p. 974/167 

Decision: William F. Davitt Post #625, VFW Home Association Inc., Chicopee. 1997 1 p. 
973/236 

Decision: William Fitzgerald, dba Kettles, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 974/168 

Decision: William J. Griswold dba B&C Convenience, Middleborough. 1997 2 p. 973/237 

Decision: William K. Joe, dba Asia Restaurant, Fall River. 1997 1 p. 973/238 

Decision: Wine Cellar of Beverly, Inc., dba The Wine Cellar, Beverly. 1996 1 p. 971/109 

Decision: Worcester Discount Liquors Inc., dba East Side Liquors, Worcester. 1997 1 p. 
974/169 

Decision: W.T.J. Inc., dba Barsie's Amherst. 1997 1 p. 973/239 

Decision: Wyman's Liquors, Inc., Leominster. 1996 2 p. 971/110 

Decision: Yang's Inc., dba Allston Village Buffet AUston. 1997 6 p. 974/170 

Decision: Yang's Inc., dba Allston Village Buffet, Allston. 1997 6 p. 974/171 

Decision: Y.B.M.A., Inc., dba The Oasis Lounge, Holyoke. 1997 3 p. 972/106 

Decision: Yellow Dragon Restaurant, Inc., Boston. 1997 1 p. 972/107 

Decision: Yen's Wok, Inc., Framingham. 1997 1 p. 973/240 

Decision: Yen's Wok, Inc., Framingham. 1997 3 p. 974/172 

Decision: Z & D Inc., dba Joey's Z's, Salem. 1997 3 p. 974/173 

Decision: Zanga, Inc., dba The Chicken Bone, Framingham. 1996 3 p. 971/1 1 1 

Decision: Zomlai Corporation, dba Thai Hut II, Cambridge. 1997 2 p. 972/108 



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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Memorandum and Order: Dominic's Liquors, Inc., Bellingham. 1997 2 p. 974/174 



Appellate Tax Board 

100 Cambridge Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1996. n.d. [unpaged] 971/112 

Boston Edison Company v. Board of Assessors of the City of Everett. 1996 [var. pag.] 
971/113 



Art Commission 

Room 10, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Annual Report Year Ending June 30, 1997. 1997 13 p. 974/175 



Attorney General's Office 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

AGenda: Consumer Issues, September 1997. 1997 16 p. 974/176 

AGenda: Fraud Issues, February 1997. 1997 12 p. 971/114 

Amici Brief: In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term 1996, State of California, 
State Lands Commission Petitioner, v. Deep Sea Research, Inc., Respondent, n.d. 32 p. Docket 
No. 96- 1400 [On Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth 
Circuit.] 972/109 

The Attorney General's Guide to Elder Health Care and Finances. By David Rivera n.d. 76 p. 
[Prepared in cooperation with American Express Financial Advisors, Inc.] 972/1 10 

Equal Employment Opportunity Agreement between the MBTA and the Attorney General. 1997 
7 p. 971/115 

Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance Program Agreement between the MBTA, the 
Attorney General and Labor Organizations. 1997 26 p. 971/116 

Focus on Crime Victims. 1997 22 p. [This is the first edition of this newsletter.] 972/111 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, Summer 1997. 1997 37 p. 973/241 

LawEnforcementNewsletter, Winter 1997. 1997 60 p. 971/117 



Attorney General's Office, continued 

No Time To Lose: A Comprehensive Action Plan to Prevent Youth Violence. By Scott 
Harshbarper et al. 1997 87 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Harvard School of Public Health] 

974/177 

Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1995. 1997 21 1 p. 973/242 

Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1996. 1997 3 10 p. 973/243 

Report on Hospital Community Benefits 1997. 1997 30 p. [This is the first summary report on 
Community Benefits in Massachusetts.] 974/1 78 

The Safe Neighborhood Initiative: A Partnership Addressing Community Needs in the 1990s and 
Beyond, n.d. 2 p. 972/112 

Safe Schools: A Newsletter from Attorney General Scott Harshbarger. 1996 17 p. [This is the 
first issue.] 972/113 

Safe Schools: A Newsletter fi-om Attorney General Scott Harshbarger. 1996 17 p. 972/114 

Safe Schools: A Newsletter from Attorney General Scott Harshbarger. 1997 14 p. 972/115 

Safe Schools, November 1997. 1997 12 p. 974/179 

Who Cares: SourcesoflnformationAbaout Health Care Products and Services, n.d. lip. 
[Publication fi-om the Federal Trade Commission and the Attorney General.] 97 1/1 1 8 

Clean State Initiative 

A Report to the Governor and the Legislature on State Agency and Authority Compliance with 
the Environmental Laws. 1997 14 p. [This is the second report] 973/244 

Division of Fair Labor and Business Practices 
200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

Employers and Employees Combatting Violence in the Workplace, n.d. 2 p. 972/1 16 

Economic Crimes Division 

Fraud: White Collar Crime and Public Corruption; An Examination of Penalties Received for the 
White Collar & Public Corruption Offender. By Carol A. Starkey 1 997 25 p. 974/1 80 



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Attorney General's Office, continued 

Fair Labor and Business Practices Division 

Child Labor Task Force Executive Report. 1997 [var. pag] 972/1 1 7 

Regulated Industries Division 

200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

Your New Health Insurance Rights: A Guide to New Laws that Improve Your Access to Health 
Insurance Coverage. 1997 2 p. 971/119 

Tobacco Litigation Project 

TobaccoLitigationTeamReport, Spring 1997. 1997 10 p. 972/118 

Tobacco Litigation Team Report, July 1997 (Special Issue). 1997 10 p. 973/245 



Barnstable Probate and Family Court 

3225 Main Street, P.O. Box 226, Barnstable, MA 02630 

Families in Transition: Is There Hope? By Lorraine N. Osthaus n.d. 19 p. 972/119 



Bay State Skills Corporation 

101 Summer Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Working Together, vol. 1, no. 3, Fall 1994: A Newsletter of Communities and Schools for Career 
Success (CS2). 1994 4 p. 971/120 

Working Together, vol. 2, no. 1, Winter 1995: A Newsletter of Communities and Schools for 
Career Success (CS2). 1995 4 p. 971/121 

Working Together, vol. 2, no. 2, Spring/Summer 1995: A Newsletter of Communities and 
Schools for Career Success (CS2). 1995 4 p. 971/122 

Working Together, vol. 2, no. 3, Fall 1995: A Newsletter of Communities and Schools for Career 
Success (CS2). 1995 6 p. 971/123 



Berkshire Community College 

1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

Catalog 1997/99. 1997 144 p. 973/246 



Berkshire County Regional Planning Commission 

33 Dunham Mall, Pittsfield, MA 01201-6207 

Berkshire County Data Book. 1997 [var. pag] 973/247 



Board of Higher Education 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Classification Study of Positions Contained within the Massachusetts Community College 
CouncilUnit: Request for Proposals. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/124 

College-to-School Report for Massachusetts High School Graduates 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[This is the second annual report.] 974/1 8 1 

Implementation Guidelines for Developmental Education Policy for the Commonweahh's Public 
Colleges and University. 1997 21 p. 972/120 

Pilot College-to School Report for Massachusetts Public High School Graduates, High School 
Packet. 1997 [var. pag.] 972/121 

Remedial/Developmental PoHcy Status Update. 1997 6 p. 972/122 

A Report on Public Higher Education in Massachusetts: Mindpower, The Commonwealth's 
Natural Resource. 1997 27 p. 973/248 

Request for Board Action: Alcoholic Beverages. 1997 3 p. BHE 98-01 974/182 

Request for Board Action: Community College Cost Initiative. 1997 3 p. FAAP 98-03 
974/183 

Request for Board Action: Performance Improvement Program Grants. 1997 [var. pag.] 
FAAP 98-02; AC A 98-05 974/ 1 84 

Title n - Dwight D. Eisenhower Professional Development Program, Higher Education 
Component: Directory of 1 996/97 Projects, n.d. 30 p. 972/123 

Joint Admissions Tuition Advantage Program 
Fact Sheet. 1996 1 p. 971/125 



Board of Library Commissioners 

648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215 

The FY95 Municipal Pie.. .What's Your Library's Share? 1997 3 1 p. 971/126 



Board of Library Commissioners, continued 

Massachusetts Long-Range Plan 1998-2002: Final Draft. 1997 32 p. 972/124 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Financial Statistics Report FY96 Data. 1997 22 p. 
971/127 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Index to Reports; Circulation and Services, Personnel 
(Education & Staffing), Personnel (Salaries) 1996. 1996 11 p. 971/129 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Index to Reports: Circulation and Services, Financial 
Statistics, Personnel (Education and Staffing) and Personnel (Salaries) 1996. 1997 9 p. 971/128 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Public Library Circulation and Services Report FY96. 1996 
33 p. 971/130 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Public Library Personnel Report, Education & Staffing as of 
July 1, 1996. 1996 25 p. 971/131 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Public Library Personnel Report, Salaries as of July 1, 1996. 
1996 31 p. 971/132 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Summary Tables and Graphs 1996 Data. 1997 43 p. 
971/133 

Network Advisory Committee 

Cooperative Collection Assessment and Policy Development: Guidelines for Implementation by 
Library Networks in Massachusetts. 1991 27 p. 971/134 



Board of Registration of Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1313, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Real Estate License Law and Regulation, n.d. [var. pag.] 973/249 



Bridgewater State College 

Bridgewater, MA 02325 

Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 1992/93, n.d. 360 p. 972/125 
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 1995/96. n.d. 376 p. 972/126 
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 1996/97. n.d. [unpaged] 972/127 



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Bristol Community College 

777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720-7391 

Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 4, no. 1, January 1997. 1997 20 p. 971/135 
Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 4, no. 2, April 1997. 1997 20 p. 971/128 
Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 4, no. 3, July 1997. 1997 20 p. 973/250 
Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 4, no. 4, October 1997. 1997 20 p. 974/185 



Bureau of Communicable Disease Control 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Communicable Disease Update, vol. 5, no. 3, Summer 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/251 



Bureau of Environmental Health Assessment 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Breast Cancer Incidence 1982 - 1992 Newton, Massachusetts. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/136 

Wobum Childhood Leukemia Follow-Up Study, Information Booklet. 1997 8 p. 973/252 

Wobum Childhood Leukemia Follow-Up Study, Volume I Analyses, Final Report. 1997 
[var.pag.] 973/253 

Wobum Childhood Leukemia Follow-Up Study, Volume II Appendices, Final Report. 1997 
[var.pag.] 973/254 

Community Assessment Unit 

Cancer Incidence 1982-1992 Concord, MA: Heahh Consultation. 1997 [var. pag.] [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registries] 97 1/1 37 

Environmental Toxicology Unit 

Housatonic River Area PCB Exposure Assessment Study. Final Report. 1997 [var. pag.] 
974/186 



Bureau of Family and Community Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Cancer in Massachusetts Women 1982-1994. 1997 59 p. 974/187 



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Bureau of Family and Community Health, continued 

Health and Safety Guidelines for Operators oflndoor Play Areas. 1997 [var. pag] [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Bureau of Health Care Management] 972/129 

Massachusetts Children «& Youth: A Status Report, Volume 2. 1995 [var. pag] [A KIDS 
COUNT Sourcebook.] 974/188 

NEWS in School Health, Fall 1997. 1997 21 p, 974/189 

Spotlight on Prevention, February -May 1997. 1997 6 p. 971/138 
Division of Prevention 

Spotlight on Prevention, June/September 1997. 1997 9 p. 973/255 

Injury Prevention and Control Program 

Injury Fatalities and Hospitalizations Among Massachusetts Children and Youth 1985-1994. 
By Joseph Rabban et al. 1997 59 p. 972/130 

Safe State: Injury Prevention in Massachusetts, Conference Proceedings on September 18, 1996. 
n.d. 105 p. 972/131 

School Health Unit 

NEWS in School Heahh, Winter 1996/97. 1996 12 p. 971/139 

NEWS in School Health, Spring 1997. 1997 16 p. 972/132 

NEWS in School Heahh, Fall 1997. 1997 21 p. 973/256 



Bureau of Farm Products and Plant Industries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory of Massachusetts Certified Nurseries and Greenhouses and Licensed Agents 1996/97. 
1997 18 p. 971/140 



Bureau of Health Assessment 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Community Assessment Unit 

Health Consultation: Assessment of Cancer Incidence in Natick, MA 1982-1992. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 973/257 



Bureau of Health Statistics, Research & Evaluation 

250 Washington Street, 6th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Adolescent Births. A Statistical Profile 1995. 1997 85 p. [This is a supplement to Advance 
Data BIRTHS 1995.] 973/258 

Advance Data: Births 1995. By Yong Chen et al. 1997 75 p. [Also available on the World 
Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dph.] 971/141 

Advance Data: Deaths 1995. By Abigail R. Averbach et al. 1996 95 p. [Also available on the 
World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dph.] 971/142 

Advance Data: Deaths 1996. 1997 57 p. 974/190 

Cancer Incidence by Occupation and Industry in Massachusetts 1982/83. By Letitia K. Davis and 
Terry R. Martin 1990 [var. pag.] 971/143 

Information Resource Guide. By Alice Mroszczyk and Christine Payne 1996 33 p. 971/144 

Lead at Work: Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Massachusetts Workers April 1991 - April 1993. 
By Daniel Brooks et al. 1994 [var. pag.] 971/145 

Massachusetts Health Status Indicators by Race and Ethnicity. 1996 [unpaged] 971/146 

Cancer Registry 

CancerlncidenceandMortality in Massachusetts 1987- 1994: Statewide Report. 1997 37 p. 
973/259 



Bureau of State Office Buildings 

Room 10, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Government Center Newsletter, Volume 4, Issue 1, March 1997. 1997 16 p. 971/147 

Security & Safety for the Office Reception Area. 1997 13 p. [Presented in cooperation with the 
State Police] 974/191 



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Bureau of Substance Abuse Services 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Document One: Statewide Support Services, OVERVIEW: Requests for Proposals (RFP). 1996 
[var. pag.] 971/148 

Document Two: Statewide Support Services, TRAINING CENTERS: Requests for Proposals 
(RFP). 1996 47 p. 971/149 

Document Three: Statewide Support Services, PREVENTION: Requests for Proposals (RFP). 
1996 30 p. 971/150 

Document Four: Statewide Support Services, TARGETED CAPACITY BUILDING: Requests 
for Proposals (RFP). 1996 83 p. 971/151 

Document Five: Statewide Support Services, TELEPHONE INFORMATION, REFERRAL & 
COUNSELING: Requests for Proposals (RFP). 1996 33 p. 971/152 

Document Six: Statewide Support Services, EDUCATION MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT &. 
DISSEMINATION: Requests for Proposals (RFP). 1996 15 p. 971/153 



Bureau of Transportation, Planning &. Development 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

State Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) for Federal Fiscal Years 1998 - 2003. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 974/192 



Bureau of Waste Prevention 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

An Evaluation of the Massachusetts Compliance Assurance Demonstration Grant. By Kim Lisa 
Kreitonetal. 1997 [var. pag.] [Partially funded by the U.S. EPA.] 972/133 

Massachusetts Guide to Services for the Recycling Industry. 1997 50 p. [Prepared by: Chelsea 
Center for Recycling and Economic Development] 973/260 

Assessment Branch Wall Experiment Station 
37 Shattuck Street, Lawrence, MA 01843 



Air Quality Report 1996. By John Lane et al. n.d. 72 p. 973/261 



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Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Determining Non-Potential Drinking Water Source Areas (Based on Definition Found in 310 
CMR 40.0006). 1997 lip. Policy; WSC-97-701 972/134 

List of Tier 1 Disposal Sites. 1997 153 p. [Information can be accessed on the World Wide 
Web @ http://www.state.ma.us/dep/bwsc.] 972/135 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 3, no. 2, December 1996. 1996 5 p. 

971/154 

MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Q & A, vol. 4, no. 1, May 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/136 

Reuse and Disposal of Contaminated Soils at Landfills. 1995 16 p. Interim Policy # BWP-94- 

037 973/262 

Office of Research and Standards 

Top Ten Most Common MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan) Risk Characterization 
Problems. 1996 8 p. 971/155 



Bureau of Waste Site Prevention 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Leachate Tank Review at Solid Waste Facilities. 1994 3 p. Policy BWP-94-049 974/193 



Cable Television Commission 

133 Portland Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 021 14-1707 

Bulletin 97-1. 1997 8 p. 972/137 

Report and Order in Amendment of 207 CMR 2.00 - 10.00. 1995 [var. pag.] RE: Docket No. 
R-25 971/156 



Cape Cod Commission 

3225 Main Street, P.O. Box 226, Barnstable, MA 02630 

Annual Report FY94. n.d. [unpaged] 973/263 
Annual Report FY95. n.d. 14 p. 973/264 
Annual Report FY96. n.d. 17 p. 973/265 



Cape Cod Commission, continued 

Water Resources Office 

Sagamore Lens: Focus on Barnstable, Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich amd Yarmouth 
Groundwater Protection. 1996 48 p. [There is an 8 page booklet for each community.] 972/138 

Water Resources Program 

Regional Policy Plan for Barnstable County: Water Resources Issue Area. 1996 6 p. 972/139 



Cape Cod Community College 

2240 lyanough Road, West Barnstable, MA 02668-1599 

Catalog 1996/97. n.d. 152 p. 971/157 



Capital Resource Company 

420 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

Twentieth Report Relative to its Activities for the Period Ending December 31, 1996. 1997 28 p. 
1 997 Senate Doc 1 704 972/140 



Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission 

20 Washington Square, Suite 300, Worcester, MA 01604 

Annual Report FY96. n.d. [unpaged] 971/158 

Regionally Noted: Newsletter of the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, 
Issue No. 17, November/December 1996. 1996 2 p. 971/159 



Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program 

470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

Needs Assessment Statistics FY96. 1996 16 p. 971/160 



Citizen Information Service 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Citizen's Guide to State Services: A Selective Listing of Governmental Agencies and Programs 
in Massachusetts (Updated 3/97). 1997 237 p. 972/141 



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Citizen Information Service, continued 
Your State Legislators, Updated June 10, 1997. 1997 50 p. 972/142 

Client's Security Board 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Annual Report for FY96. n.d. [var. pag.] 974/194 
Annual Report for FY97. n.d. [var. pag.] 974/195 



Coastal Zone Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2006, Boston, MA 02202 

1998 Calendar and Tides. 1997 [unpaged] 974/196 

Barge Safety Legislation Q & As. 1997 2 p. 972/143 

Better Coastal Management Through Marine Monitoring, n.d. 5 p. 972/144 

Coast Lines, Spring 1997. 1997 6 p. [This newsletter was published bi-monthly and is produced 
semi-annually at this time] 972/145 

Coast Lines, Summer/Fall 1997. 1997 6 p. 974/197 

Coastal Zone 97: Preliminary Technical Program Book; Charting the Future of Coastal Zone 
Management. 1997 [unpaged] 972/146 

Coastal Zone 97: The Next 25 Years; Charting the Future of Coastal Zone Management. 1 997 
15 p. 972/147 

***Conference Proceedings, Volume I: Charting the Future of Coastal Zone Management. 
[Abstracts of Presentations: Sessions A - E; Held at the Park Plaza Hotel, Boston on July 19-25, 
1997.] 973/267 

***Conference Proceedings, Volume IL Charting the Future of Coastal Zone Management. 
[Abstracts of Presentations: Sessions F - 1; Held at the Park Plaza Hotel, Boston on July 19-25, 
1997.] 973/268 

Environmental Improvements Projects in Coastal Communities 1990 - 1997. 1997 [unpaged] 
972/148 

Managing Stormwater in Massachusetts. 1997 2 p. 972/149 



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Coastal Zone Management, continued 

Marine Monitoring Program Needs Assessment for FY98. 1997 5 p. 972/150 

Ninth Annual Boston Harbor/Massachusetts Bay Symposium 1994 [unpaged] [Invited Papers; 
The Massachusetts Bay Marine Studies Consortium, March 24-25, 1994] 971/161 

Tenth Annual Massachusetts Environment Symposium. 1996 [unpaged] p. [Invited Papers &. 
Presentation Abstracts: Symposium held on April 3 & 4, 1996] 971/162 

Volume One: Stormwater PoHcy Handbook; Stormwater Management. 1997 [var. pag.] [Copies 
are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834] 
973/269 

Volume Two: Stormwater Technical Handbook; Stormwater Management. 1997 [var. pag] 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 973/270 



Commission Against Discrimination 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 59 p. 971/163 

Policy on Alternative Dispute Resolution. 1996 lip. Policy 96-1 971/164 

Project Lend: Mortgage Lending Testing Project. 1997 7 p. [Funded by HUD.] 971/165 

Commission for the Blind 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Focal Point, Volume 14, Issue 3, Winter 1996-97. 1997 4 p. 973/271 
Focal Point, Volume 14, Issue 4, Spring 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/272 



Commission on Judicial Conduct 

14 Beacon Street, Suite 102, Boston, MA 02108 

Commission Files Formal Charges with the Supreme Judicial Court Against Justice Frederick L. 
Brown. 1997 [var. pag] 972/151 

Formal Charges Against Judge John A. Markey. 1997 29 p. 973/273 



CommonweaUh Museum 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Tradition and Reform; Four Centuries of Education in Massachusetts; An Interdisciplinary Guide 
for Educators. By Barbara Robinson 1993 70 p. 974/198 



Community Development Finance Corporation 

10 Post Office Square, Suite 1090, Boston, MA 02109 

1994 Year in Review, n.d. 20 p. [This agency has not done an annual report for some time.] 
974/199 

Mission Statement, n.d. 4 p. 974/200 

Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation 

19 Temple Place, Suite 200, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Annual Report 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 971/166 
Annual Report 1996. n.d. 20 p. 973/274 



Convention Center Authority 

900 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 15 

We Built It, And They Came: A Response to the Pioneer Institute's February 1997 "White Paper" 
on the Proposed New Convention Center in Boston. 1997 13 p. 974/201 



Corporation for Business, Work and Learning 

101 Summer Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Innovative Bridges: A Newsletter of the Corporation for Business, Work and Learning, Winter 
1997. 1997 8 p. 972/152 



Corporation for Educational Telecommunications 

One Kendall Square, Building 1500, Cambridge, MA 02139-1562 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. 17 p. 974/202 
Annual Report 1995. n.d. 17 p. 974/203 
Annual Report 1996. n.d. 17 p. 974/204 



Corporation for Educational Telecommunications, continued 

Financial Statements as of June 30, 1996 Together with Auditor's Report. 1996 10 p. [Prepared 
by; Arthur Andersen] 974/205 

MASS Leampike, Network for Learning: Program Guide, Fall 1996. 1996 48 p. 971/167 

MASS Leampike, Network for Learning: Program Guide, Winter/Spring 1997. 1996 64 p. 
971/168 



Corporations Division 

One Ashburton Place, 17th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Choosing a Name for Your Business. 1996 2 p. 974/206 

New Corporations Listing/October 1 - December 31, 1996. 1997 324 p. [Copies are available at 
the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 971/169 

New Corporations Listing January 1 -March 31, 1997. 1997 491 p. 972/153 

New Corporations Listing Listing/ April 1 - June 30, 1997. 1997 403 p. 973/275 

New Corporations Listing July 1 - September 30, 1997. 1997 367 p. [Copies are available at 
the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834] 974/207 

Organizing a Business Corporation. 1996 2 p. 974/208 

Organizing a Non-Profit Corporation. 1996 2 p. 974/209 

When You Need Information About Corporations in Massachusetts. 1996 2 p. 974/210 



Criminal Justice Training Council 

41 1 Waverley Oaks Road, Waltham, MA 02154-7827 

Training Schedule 1997 - 1998. 1997 43 p. 973/276 



Cultural Council 

120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

Announcing a New Opportunity for Artists and Care Providers from the Massachusetts Cultural 
Council: The Elder Initiative, n.d. 2 p. 974/211 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 [var. pag] 972/154 



Cultural Council, continued 

Artist Grants Program, n.d. 9 p. 971/170 

Celebrate the UncommonWealth of Massachusetts, n.d. 6 p. [Program for March 4, 1997 in the 
Great Hall of the State House.] 971/171 

Cultural Economic Development Program. 1996 lip. 971/172 

Cultural Resources Directory, n.d. 84 p. 971/173 

Cultural Resources Directory, 4th Edition, n.d. 92 p. 974/212 

Cultural Resources Directory Supplement, n.d. 9 p. 971/174 

Education Partnership Initiative, n.d. 53 p. 971/175 

Event & Residency Program, n.d. 49 p. 971/176 

Event & Residency Program 1997-98. 1997 41 p. 974/213 

Event & Residency Program Roster Review, n.d. 21 p. 971/177 

FY97 Deadlines. 1997 2 p. 971/178 

Local Cultural Council Matching Incentive Program FY97/98. n.d. 4 p. 971/179 

Local Cultural Council Program Regulations and Guidelines, Revised September 1996. 1996 
25 p. 971/180 

Local Cuhural Council Regulations and Guidelines Fact Sheet, August 1996. 1996 4 p. 
971/181 

MCConnections, vol. 1, no 1, Winter 1996. 1996 8 p 972/155 

MCConnections, vol. 2, no. 1, Summer 1996. 1996 8 p. 972/156 

MCConnections, vol. 2, no. 2, Fall 1996. 1996 8 p. 972/157 

MCConnections, vol. 2, no. 3, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/158 

Organizational Support Program, n.d. 47 p. 971/182 

Professional Development Guidelines and Application FY97. n.d. 4 p. 971/183 

Resource Guide, Summer 1997. 1997 20 p. 974/214 



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Cultural Council, continued 

YouthReach; An Initiative of the Massachusetts Cuhural Council. By Pat Dixon and Anne 
Teschner 1995 23 p. 971/184 

Education Department 

Cuhural Education Exchange, vol. 1, no. 1, Winter 1996. 1996 4 p. 972/159 

Cultural Education Exchange, vol. 2, no. 1, Fall 1996. 1996 4 p. 972/160 

Cuhural Education Exchange, vol. 2, no. 3, Spring 1997. 1997 4 p. 972/161 

Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities 
One Woodbridge Street, South Hadley, MA 01075 

Honoring the Contributions of Women: A Project for the Massachusetts State House. 1997 4 p. 
974/215 



Department of Correction 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

1995 Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of Correction. By Lisa Lorant 
Sampson and Barbara Ann Hartwell 1997 22 p. Publication 398 973/277 

Research & Planning 

The Background Characteristics and Recidivism Rates of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During 1992. By Jennifer A. Dolan 1997 38 p. 972/162 

The Background Characteristics and Recidivism Rates of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During 1993. By Jennifer A. Dolan 1997 33 p. Publication No. 395 
972/163 

Court Commitments to Massachusetts County Facilities During 1995. By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. 
1997 20 p. Publication No. 394 972/164 

First Quarter of 1994; Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1994 6 p. 972/165 

Second Quarter of 1994: Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1994 6 p. 972/166 

Third Quarter of 1994: Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1994 6 p. 972/167 



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Department of Correction, Research & Planning, continued 

Fourth Quarter of 1994: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1995 6 p. 972/168 

First Quarter of 1995: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1995 6 p. 972/169 

Second Quarter of 1995: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1995 7 p. 972/170 

Third Quarter of 1995: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1995 6 p. 972/171 

Fourth Quarter of 1995: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1996 6 p. 972/172 

First Quarter of 1996: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1996 6 p. 972/173 

Second Quarter of 1996: Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1996 7 p. 972/174 

Third Quarter of 1996: Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1996 7 p. 972/175 

Fourth Quarter of 1996: Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1997 7 p. 972/176 

First Quarter of 1997: Quarteriy Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1997 7 p. 972/177 

Second Quarter of 1997: Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. By Ramon V. 
Raagas 1997 9 p. 973/278 

A Statistical Description of Releases from Massachusetts Correctional Institutions During 1995. 
By Robert J. Tenaglia, Jr. and Barbara A. Hartwell 1997 24 p. Publication No. 396 972/178 

A Statistical Description of the Sentenced Population of Massachusetts Correctional Institutions 
on January 1, 1996. By Ramon V. Raagas and Barbara A. Hartwell 1997 24 p. Publication No. 
397 972/179 



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Department of Education 

350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148-5023 

Carl D. Perkins Vocational & Applied Technology Education Act of 1990, Public Law 101-392: 
Performance Report on Federally Funded Vocational-Technical Education FY96. 1997 [var. pag] 
[Education documents are available on the World Wide Web at: http://info.doe.mass.edu.] 
971/185 

Directory of Educator Preparation Programs. 1997 46 p. 974/216 

Dropout Rates in Massachusetts Public Schools: 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] [Information is 
available on the World Wide Web at: http://www.doe.mass.edu.] 972/1 80 

Education Reform in Massachusetts: A Progress Report 1993 - 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/181 

EngUsh Language Arts Curriculum Framework. 1997 92 p. [The department's publications are 
available on the World Wide Web at: http://info.doe.mass.edu.] 971/186 

Grade 10 Achievement Test: 1997 Summary Results. 1997 [unpaged] 973/280 

Grade 3 Reading Test: 1997 Summary Results. 1997 74 p. 973/279 

Guidelines to School Districts on Addressing Teen Violence. 1997 [unpaged] 974/217 

History/Social Science Curriculum Framework (Draft). 1997 94 p. [The department's 
publications are available on the World Wide Web at: http://info.doe.mass.edu.] 97 1/1 87 

The Massachusetts Charter School Initiative 1996 Report. 1997 64 p. [Available on the World 
Wide Web at http://info.doe.mass.edu.] 971/188 

The Massachusetts Family Network: A Report on the Programs and Recommendations for the 
Future. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/189 

Massachusetts Teacher of the Year 1998. 1997 4 p. 974/218 

Professional Development 1997/98. n.d. [var. pag] 974/219 

School Building Assistance Act: Fact Sheet, n.d. 5 p. 972/182 

School Building Assistance Priority List FY97. n.d. 5 p. 972/183 

School Directory 1996/97. 1997 78 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834. This publication is also available on the World 
Wide Web at: http://info.doe.mass.edu.] 974/220 



Department of Education, continued 

School District Profiles 1996/97 School Year. 1997 [unpaged] [Copies are available at the 
State Bookstore, Room 1 1 6, State House, Boston, MA 02 1 33 (6 1 7) 727-2834.] 974/22 1 

Test Results from Massachusetts Charter Schools; A Preliminary Study. 1997 55 p. 973/281 

Boston Office 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1403, Boston, MA 02108 

The Ada Byron Charter School, Melrose/Cambridge. 1997 16 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/222 

Andover Classical Charter School, Andover, 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/223 

The Aurora Renaissance Academy: A K-8 Developmental Charter School, Tewksbury. 1997 
13 p. [This is a prospectus.] 974/224 

Barnstable Grade Five Horace Mann Charter School, Hyannis. 1997 147 p. [This is a 
prospectus for a Horace Mann Charter School] 974/225 

Berkshire Community Charter School, Pittsfield. 1997 13 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/226 

Boston Evening Academy, Boston. 1997 13 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace Mann 
School.] 974/227 

Boston Options for Youth Charter School, Boston. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/228 

Burlington International Charter School, Burlington. 1997 12 p. [This is a prospectus.] 

974/229 

The Cambridge Charter School, In Association with the International School of America, 
Cambridge. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus.] 974/230 

The Champion Charter School of Brockton, Brockton. 1997 16 p. [This is a prospectus for a 
Horace Mann Charter School.] 974/23 1 

The Charter High School for Media, Allston-Brighton, Boston. 1997 14 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 974/232 

Charter School of the Brookfields, West Brookfield. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/233 

The Conservatory Lab School for Learning Through Music, Boston. 1997 14 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 974/234 



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Department of Education, Boston Office, continued 

The Enki Community School: A World Cuhures Program, Arlington. 1997 15 p. [This is a 
prospectus,] 974/235 

Fenway Middle College High School, Boston. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace 
Mann School.] 974/236 

The Franklin Arts Charter School, Ashfield. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/237 

The George H. Richmond MicroSociety Charter School, Fitchburg/Leominster. 1997 17 p. 
[This is a prospectus] 974/238 

The Global Arts & Technology Center: A Horace Mann Charter School Located in Fitchburg, 
MA. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/239 

Harwich Junior Theatre Charter High School for the Performing Arts, West Harwich. 1997 1 5 p. 
[This is a prospectus] 974/241 

Health Careers Academy, Boston. 1997 13 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace Mann School] 

974/242 

Hilltop Regional Charter School, Great Barrington. 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/243 

H.M. Hutchings Famiily Life Center - Regional Bi-Lingual Charter School, Springfield. 1997 
12 p. [This is a prospectus.] 974/244 

Holt School for Innovative Teaching and Learning, Whitman. 1997 1 7 p. [This is a prospectus 
for a Horace Mann Charter School] 974/245 

Horace Mann Baccalaureate Charter High School, Springfield. 1997 8 p. [This is a prospectus 
for a Horace Mann Charter School] 974/246 

International Charter School of New England, Wellesley. 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/247 

Joseph Kennedy Foundation Bi-Lingual Charter School, Lawrence. 1997 10 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 974/248 

Lawrence Public Charter High School, Lawrence. 1997 1 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/249 

Lawrence/Methuen Regional Alternative High School, Lawrence/Methuen. 1997 15 p. [This is 
a prospectus.] 974/250 

Marathon Public Charter School, Boston. 1997 16 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/251 



Department of Education, Boston Office, continued 
Mashpee Charter Academy of the Arts, Mashpee. 1997 19 p. [This is a prospectus.] 974/252 

The Massapoag Collaborative Charter School, Sharon. 1997 10 p. [This is a prospectus.] 

974/253 

Matrix Charter School, Metro West, Vicinity Rte 495 - Rte. 9. 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus.] 

974/254 

Merrimac Valley Regional Alternative High School, Haverhill. 1997 15 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 974/255 

The Michael S. Dukakis Middle School, Boston. 1997 16 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/256 

Miscoe Hill Charter School, Mendon. 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace Mann 
School.] 974/257 

Montachusett Regional Alternative High School, Winchendon. 1997 15 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 974/258 

Muhammed Charter School in Dorchester, MA. 1997 7 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/259 

Mystic Valley Advantage Charter School, Malden/Melrose. 1997 12 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
974/260 

The Nantucket Charter School, Nantucket. 1997 13 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/261 

New Chapter Charter School, Hyannis. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus.] 974/262 

New Leadership Charter School, Springfield. 1997 22 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace 
Mann Charter School.] 974/263 

North Bridge Classical Charter School, Acton. 1997 12 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/264 

The Paige Nquzo Saba Charter School, Roxbury. 1997 17 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/265 

Partnership School at High Rock, Needham. 1997 19 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace 
Mann School.] 974/266 

Raven Wolf Charter High School, Berkshire County (Lee, Stockbridge, Lenox). 1997 12 p. 
[This is a prospectus.] 974/267 

Reading Advantaged Charter Middle School, Reading. 1997 lip. [This is a prospectus.] 
974/268 



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Department of Education, BostonOfFice, continued 

Redwood Regional Montessori Charter School, Foxboro. 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus] 
974/269 

The Rising Tide Charter School, Plymouth. 1997 1 7 p. [This is a prospectus for a Horace Mann 
Charter School.] 974/270 

River Valley Regional Montessori Charter School, Greater Newburyport Region. 1997 12 p. 
[This is a prospectus] 974/271 

Riverside Academy Charter School Lawrence. 1997 20 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/272 

The Robert M. Hughes Charter School, Springfield. 1997 18 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/273 

Roxbury College Preparatory Charter School, Roxbury. 1997 13 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/274 

Sabis International Charter School, Foxboro. 1997 14 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/275 

South Boston Oceanographic Academy Charter School, Boston. 1997 17 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 974/276 

Sturgis Charter School, Hyannis. 1997 12 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/277 

Summary: List of Commonwealth & Horace Mann Charter Applications. 1997 3 p. 974/278 

Upper Cape Regional Alternative High School, Mashpee. 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/279 

Worcester Advantage Regional Charter School, Worcester. 1997 12 p. [This is a prospectus] 

974/280 

The Worcester Charter School for Academics Through the Arts, Worcester. 1997 14 p. [This is 
a prospectus.] 974/281 

Young Achievers Science & Math School, Boston. 1997 13 p. [This is a prospectus for a 
Horace Mann School] 974/282 

YWCA Youthbuild Charter School, Lowell, 1997 15 p. [This is a prospectus] 974/283 

Office for School to Work Transition 

Pursuing Education Reform Goals with School-to- Work Strategies. 1997 6 p. 974/284 



Department of Environmental Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Boston Harbor Islands State Park 

98 Taylor Street, Dorchester, MA 02122 

Boston Harbor Islands State Park 1997. 1997 7p. 972/184 
GOALS (Guidelines for Operations and Land Stewardship) 

State Forests &, Parks in the Northeastern Connecticut Valley Region. 1997 134 p. 972/185 

Historic Curatorship Program 

Adaptive Reuse of the Bradley Palmer Mansion and Pumphouse at Bradley Palmer State Park, 
Topsfield; Request for Proposals. 1997 76 p. 971/190 

Adaptive Reuse of The Lamson House and Garage at Bradley Palmer State Park, Topsfield. 
Request for Proposals. 1997 69 p. 971/191 

Building Conditions Survey for The Viereck House at Halibut Point State Park, Rockport, MA. 
1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Ocmulgee Associates Consulting Structural Engineering and 
Robert Carlson.] 972/186 

Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve 

A Framework for Site Evaluation, Design and Engineering of On-Site Technologies within a 
Management Context. By Michael T. Hoover 1997 00 p. [Prepared for the Marine Studies 
Consortium.] 973/282 



Department of Environmental Protection 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Buy Recycled Resource Directory: A Directory Providing Information about Purchasing 
Products Made with Recycled Materials. 1995 17 p. [Produced in cooperation with the 
Massachusetts Buy Recycled Business Alliance and updated and revised by: Center for Ecological 
Technology.] 974/285 

Home Composting: A Guide for Composting Yard and Food Waste. 1993 4 p. 974/286 

HomeCompostingBinGrant Awards 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/187 

Home Composting Handbook: How to Promote Home Composting in Your Community, n.d. 
[var. pag] [Reproducedby permission of the Recycling Council of Ontario.] 974/287 



Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

Massachusetts Rivers Protection Act: Protecting the Commonwealth's Rivers, Streams and 
Adjacent Lands. 1997 2 p. 972/188 

Pay As You Throw: An Implementation Guide for Solid Waste Unit-Based Pricing Programs. 
1997 61 p. 972/189 

Recycling Questions and Answers, n.d. 2 p. 974/287A 

Turning Wastepaper into Jobs: Increasing Massachusetts Primary Pulp and Paper Manufacturers' 
Competitiveness and Use of Recovered Paper, n.d. 46 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the 
Industrial Services Program.] 973/283 

Division of Municipal Services 

627 Main Street, 2nd floor, Worcester, MA 01608 

Indicative Project Summaries: Section 104(b)(3) Grant Program Wetland and Water Quality for 
Federal Fiscal Years 1990 - 1997. By Gary Gonyea and Arthur Screpetis 1997 54 p. 974/288 

Indicative Project Summaries: Section 319 Nonpoint Source Competitive Grants Program 1994 
- 1998. By Leslie K. O'Shea and Elizabeth L. McCann 1997 67 p. [The report is also available on 
the World Wide Web at: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dep/brp/brppubs.htm.] 974/289 

Division of Watershed Management 

627 Main Street, 2nd floor, Worcester, MA 01608 

1993 Nashua River Watershed Biological Monitoring Survey. By Robert M. Nuzzo et al. 1997 
[var. pag] Report No. 81 -AC-2 972/190 

Publications ofthe Division of Watershed Management 1963-1997. 1997 42 p. 974/290 

Request for Proposals (RFP) for Title 5 Percolation Rate Variances Pursuant to 3 10 CMR 15.41 7. 
1997 4 p. 973/284 

Drinking Water Program 

Guidelines and Policies for Public Water Systems 1996: Volume II, Policies (Revised February 
1997). 1997 175 p. 973/285 

In The Main, The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Massachusetts Drinking Water Suppliers, 
Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 974/291 

In The Main, The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Massachusetts Drinking Water Suppliers, 
Autumn 1997. 1997 8 p. [There was no Summer publication.] 974/292 



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Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

Municipal Facilities 

Subsurface Sewage Disposal System. 1997 [var. pag] 972/191 

Office of Technical Assistance 

lOOCambridgeStreet, Room 2109, Boston, MA 02202 

Evaluating Progress: A Report on the Findings of the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction 
Program Evaluation. By Monica Becker et al. 1997 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: The Massachusetts 
Toxics Use Reduction Program. ] 972/ 1 92 

Fact Sheet No. 1 : Household Hazardous Waste Reduction; Automotive Waste Prevention & 
Management. 1996 2 p. 971/192 

Fact Sheet No. 2: Household Hazardous Waste Reduction; Paint Management and Disposal. 
1996 2 p. 971/193 

Fact Sheet No. 3: Household Hazardous Waste Reduction; Paint Waste Prevention. 1996 2 p. 
971/194 

Fact Sheet No. 4: Household Hazardous Waste Reduction; Pesticide Waste Prevention & 
Management. 1996 2 p. 971/195 

Massachusetts Plan for Managing Hazardous Materials from Households and Small Businesses: 
A Discussion Document (Executive Summary). 1996 14 p. 971/196 

Massachusetts Plan for Managing Hazardous Materials from Households and Small Businesses: 
A Discussion Document. By Scott Cassel et al. 1996 66 p. 971/197 

Office of the Commissioner 

Letter from Commissioner David B. Struhs Regarding the Request of the MDC and MWRA, 
Dated October 1, 1997, for Review and Revision of DEP's Fihration Determination for Wachusett 
Reservoir. 1997 8 p. 974/293 

Office of Watershed Management 

August Median Streamflows in Massachusetts. By Kemell G. Reis III 1997 27 p. U.S. 
Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4190 974/294 

Wastewater Management 

Certification for General Use Pursuant to Title 5, 3 10 CMR 15.000. 1997 7 p. 973/288 



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Department of Environmental Protection, Wastewater Management, continued 

Modification Letter to AWT Environmental, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/295 

Modification Letter to J&R Engineered Products. 1997 1 p. 9724/296 

Modification Letter to Siegmund Environmental Services. 1997 2 p. 974/297 

Tenth List of Approved Soil Evaluators as Contained and Described under Section 310 CMR 
15.017 ofthe New Title 5. 1997 [var. pag.] [List is available on the World Wide Web at 
http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dep] 973/287 

Sixteenth List of Approved On-Site Sewage Disposal System Inspectors. 1997 [var. pag.] [List 
is available on the World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dep] 973/286 

Water Pollution Control Technical Assistance and Training Sections 

List of Approved System Inspectors: Revocation of Title 5 Inspector. 1997 2 p. 974/298 

Department of Fire Services 

P.O. Box 1025 - State Road, Stow, MA 01775 

Directory of Services 1997/98. 1997 129 p. 973/289 

Maiden Mills Fire Investigation Report. 1997 8 p. 974/299 

Maiden Mills Fire Investigation Report: Final Report. 1997 6 p. 974/300 

MassachusettsBumlnjury Reporting System Annual Report 1995. 1997 64 p. 971/198 

Massachusetts Fire Service Resource Directory 1997/98. 1997 82 p. 973/290 

Department of Food and Agriculture 

100 Cambridge Street, 21st floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Speciahy Products Directory, Issue Number 2. n.d. 32 p. 972/193 

Division of Regulatory Services 

Annual Report FY94. n.d. [var. pag] [This agency consists of four Bureaus: Animal Health, 
Farm Products, Pesticides and Plant Industries.] 972/194 

Annual Report FY95. n!d. 82 p. [This agency consists of four Bureaus: Animal Heahh, Farm 
Products, Pesticides and Plant Industries] 972/195 



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Department of Food and Agriculture, Division of Regulatory Services, continued 

Annual Report FY96. n.d. 74 p. [This agency consists of four Bureaus: Animal Health, Farm 
Products, Pesticides and Plant Industries.] 972/1 96 



Department of Housing and Community Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Federal FY97 Massachusetts Community Development Block Grant Program Application, n.d. 
213 p. 974/301 



Department of Industrial Accidents 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Annual Report FY95; Workers' Compensation Reform for Labor, Business and Insurers in 
Massachusetts; Progress. 1997 170 p. 973/291 

Circular Letter No. 282. 1996 6 p. 971/199 



Department of Manpower Development 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 021 14 
Note: This agency is no longer in existence. 

State Manpower Services Council 

Employment and Training in Massachusetts: Agenda for Action. 1977 67 p. 971/200 



Department of Mental Health 

25 Staniford Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

Aduh & Child/ Adolescent Implementation Report FY95 and FY96 State Mental Heahh Plan. 

1995 200 p. 971/201 

Adult & Child/ Adolescent Implementation Report FY96 and State Mental Health Plan FY97. 

1996 175 p. 971/202 

Note: The publication called Tbe CCSS Bulletin changed hs name to The DMH Bulletin (See 
964/248). 

The CCSS (Comprehensive Commumty Support System) Bulletin, August 1995. 1995 8 p. 
971/205 



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Department of Mental Health, continued 

Note: The publication called Tbe CCSS Bulletin changed its name to The DMH Bulletin (See 
964/248). 

The CCSS (Comprehensive Community Support System) Bulletin, July 1995. 1995 1 1 p. 
971/204 

The CCSS (Comprehensive Community Support System) Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 3, November 1995. 

1995 8 p. 971/206 

The CCSS (Comprehensive Community Support System) Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 4, February 1996. 

1996 8 p. 971/207 

Clubhouses and Housing: A Partnership that Works: Summary of Conference Proceedings, June 
13,1996. 1997 [var. pag.] [Co-sponsors: Massachusetts Association for Mental Heahh and 
Massachusetts Clubhouse Coalition.] 971/203 

Conference On: Recent Developments in the Research & Treatment of Youth with Serious 
Emotional Disturbance. 1 997 [unpaged] [Conference held at the Westboro Marriott on May 6, 
1997.] 972/197 

Note: This publication was previously called Tbe CCSS Bulletin. 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 5, Spring 1996. 1996 12 p. 971/208 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 6, Summer 1996. 1996 12 p. 972/198 

Human Rights Handbook. 1997 76 p. 974/302 

Public Attitudes Toward Mental Illness: Research Report. 1997 17 p. [The report was done in 
conjunction with the Massachusetts Association for Mental Heahh, Inc. by the Opinion Dynamics 
Corporation] 974/303 

Second Annual Review and Progress Report of the Five Year Plan for Mental Health Services 
1977-1981. 1978 [var. pag.] 971/209 

Mental Health Action Project 

Final Report. 1985 55 p. 971/210 
Office of Clinical and Professional Services 

The Speakers Bureau 1996/97. 1996 47 p. 971/212 



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Department of Mental Health, Office of Clinical and Professional Services, continued 

The Speakers Bureau 1997/98. By Paul Barreira and Raymond B. Flannery, Jr. 1997 50 p. 

973/292 

Office of Clinical and Professional Services. The Training Program 

The DMH Core Curriculum, Volume XI: Promoting Family Collaboration in the 
Child/ Adolescent Mental Heahh Service System. 1997 34 p. 972/199 

Orientation Manual. 1995 54 p. 971/211 

Volume I: The DMH Core Curriculum, Consumer Empowerment and Recovery, Part I. 1993 
[var. pag.] 971/213 

Volume H: The DMH Core Curriculum, Human Rights. 1993 41 p. 971/214 

*** Volume ni: The DMH Core Curriculum, Dual Diagnosis (Substance Abuse in Serious Mental 
Illness). 1993 [var. pag.] 971/215 

Volume IV: The DMH Core Curriculum, Alternatives to Restraint and Seclusion. 1993 49 p. 
971/216 

***Volume V: The DMH Core Curriculum, The Role of the Family in Public Managed Care. 
1994 [var. pag.] 971/217 

Volume VI: The DMH Core Curriculum, Public Managed Care. 1994 [var. pag] 971/218 

Volume VIII: The DMH Core Curriculum, Methods for Promoting Cultural Competence. 1994 
[var. pag.] 971/219 

Volume IX: The DMH Core Curriculum, Psychosocial Rehabilitation. 1995 [var. pag.] 
971/220 

Volume X: The DMH Core Curriculum, The Unique Mental Health Needs of the Elderiy. 1997 
[var. pag.] 971/221 



Department of Mental Retardation 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

Central Middlesex Area 

20 Academy Street, Suite 320, Arlington, MA 02174 

Resource Guide for Children with Developmental Disabilities. 1997 25 p. 972/200 



Department of Public Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities, Alphabetically as of November 1996. 1996 64 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834] 971/222 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities in Alphabetical Order by City & Town, as of February 
25, 1997. 1997 65 p. 972/201 

Directory of Long Term Care Facilities in Massachusetts in Alphabetical Order by City and 
Town as of July 30^^ 1997. 1997 65 p. 974/304 

Directory of Massachusetts Clinics, Alphabetically as of November 1996. 1996 57 p. [Copies 
are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
971/223 

Directory of Massachusetts Home Health Care Agencies, Alphabetically by Name as of 
November 1996. 1996 17 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 971/224 

Directory of Massachusetts Hospitals, Alphabetically by Facility, Name & Municipality, as of 
November 1996. 1996 17 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834] 971/225 

Massachusetts Births 1995: Briefing Packet for the Senate and House of Representatives. 1997 
[unpaged] 971/226 

The Massachusetts Prevention Centers: Resources for Building Healthy Communities. 1996 

2 p. 972/202 

Supporting Survivors of Sexual AssauU: A Journey to Justice, Health, and Healing. 1997 1 1 p. 
974/305 

Women «& Cancer. 1997 32 p. 974/306 

HIV Prevention Planning Group 

Young Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Study of their HIV Risk Behavior. 1997 [var. pag] 
[Prepared by: Abt Associates, Inc.] 973/293 

HIV/AIDS Bureau 

Perinatal Transmission of HIV: Reducing the Risk in Massachusetts. 1996 [var. pag.] 

972/203 



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Department of Public Health, fflV/AIDS Bureau, continued 

Services for People Affected by fflV/AIDS in Massachusetts. 1997 91 p. 972/204 

HIV/ AIDS Bureau and AIDS Surveillance Program 
305 South Street, Boston, MA 02130 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, Fall 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/227 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, Summer 1997. 1997 6 p. 973/294 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, Winter 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/205 

The Medical Foundation 

95 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

PRSM (Prevention Resource System of Massachusetts), Spring 1995. 1995 8 p. 973/295 

PRSM (Prevention Resource System of Massachusetts), Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 973/296 

PRSM(PreventionResourceSystemofMassachusetts), Fall 1996. 1996 6 p. 973/297 

PRSM(PreventionResourceSystemofMassachusetts), Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/298 

Weapon-Related Injury Surveillance System (WRISS) 

Weapon Injury Update. 1995 6 p. [There was no report done in 1996.] 972/206 

Weapon Injury Update, April 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/207 



Department of Public Safety 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Suffolk County Arson Prevention Program 

Fire Safety for Newcomers in English, Chinese, Creole, Khmer, Portuguese, Spanish and 
Vietnamese. 1988 26 p. 972/208 



Department of Public Utilities 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Electric Industry Restructuring Plan: Model Rules and Legislative Proposal. 1996 [var. pag.] 
D.P.U. 96-100 971/228 



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Department of Revenue 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204 

DOR Directive 96-4. 1996 2 p. 971/229 

DOR Directive 96-5. 1996 2 p. 971/230 

DOR Directive 97-1. 1997 1 p. 971/231 

DOR Directive 97-2, 1997 5 p. 972/209 

DOR Directive 97-3 . 1 997 2 p. 972/2 1 

DOR Directive 97-4. 1997 3 p. 973/299 

Massachusetts Tax Forms 1996 Package X. 1997 390 p. 971/232 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 2, June 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/300 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 3, September 1997. 1997 12 p. 974/307 

Division of Local Services 

Assessor'sManual, Updated July 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 973/301 

FY96 Cherry Sheet; Cities, Towns & Regional School Districts. 1995 29 p. [Prepared by: 
Municipal Data Management & Technical Assistance Bureau ] 972/222 

FY96 Cherry Sheet Manual. 1995 75 p. [Prepared by: Municipal Data Management «& 
Technical Assistance Bureau.] 972/223 

FY97 Cherry Sheet Booklet: Cities, Towns and Regional School Districts. 1996 27 p. 
[Prepared by: Municipal Data Management and Technical Assistance Bureau.] 972/228 

FY97 Cherry Sheet Manual. 1996 75 p. [Prepared by: Municipal Data Management and 
Technical Assistance Bureau.] 972/229 

FY93 Initiatives: 1st Quarter Report, July - September 1992. 1992 [unpaged] 972/21 1 

FY93 Initiatives: 2nd Quarter Report, October -December 1992. 1992 [unpaged] 972/212 

FY93 Initiatives: 3rd Quarter Report, January - March 1993. 1993 [unpaged] 972/213 

FY94 Initiatives: 1st Quarter Report, July - September 1993. 1993 [unpaged] 972/214 

FY94 Initiatives: 2nd Quarter Report, October - December 1 993 . 1993 [unpaged] 972/215 



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Department of Revenue, Division of Local Services, continued 

FY94 Initiatives: 3rd Quarter Report, January - March 1994. 1994 [unpaged] 972/216 

FY94 Initiatives: 4th Quarter Report, April - June 1994. 1994 [unpaged] 972/217 

FY95 Initiatives: 1st Quarter Report, July - September 1994. 1994 [unpaged] 972/218 

FY95 Initiatives: 2nd Quarter Report, October- December 1994. 1994 [unpaged] 972/219 

FY95 Initiatives: 3rd Quarter Report, January- March 1995. 1995 [unpaged] 972/220 

FY95 Initiatives: 4th Quarter Report, April - June 1995. 1995 [unpaged] 972/221 

FY96 Initiatives: 1st Quarter Report, July - September 1995. 1995 [unpaged] 972/224 

FY96 Initiatives: 2nd Quarter Report, October- December 1995. 1995 [unpaged] 972/225 

FY96 Initiatives: 3rd Quarter Report, January - March 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 972/226 

FY96 Initiatives: 4th Quarter Report, April - June 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 972/227 

FY97 Initiatives: 1st Quarter Report, July - September 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 972/230 

FY97 Initiatives: 2nd Quarter Report, October - December 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 972/231 

FY97 Initiatives: 3rd Quarter Report, January -March 1997. 1997 [unpaged] 972/232 

FY97 Initiatives: 4th Quarter Report, April - June 1997. 1997 [unpaged] 973/302 

Massachusetts Domestic and Foreign Corporations Subject to an Excise: For the Use of 
Assessors 1997 Supplement. 1997 69 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, 
StateHouse, Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834] 972/233 

Sewer Rate Relief Fund: FY95 Distributions. 1995 [unpaged] 973/303 

Sewer Rate Relief Fund: FY96 Distributions. 1995 [unpaged] 973/304 

Sewer Rate Relief Fund: FY97 Distributions. 1996 [unpaged] [Prepared in consultation with 
the Department of Environmental Protection] 973/305 

Division of Local Services: Property Tax Bureau 

Motor Vehicle & Trailer Excise Manual. 1997 39 p. 973/306 



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Department of Revenue, continued 

Publishing Services 
Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 4, December 1996 1996 16 p. 971/233 
Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 1, March 1997. 1997 12 p. 971/234 

Department of Social Services 

24 Famsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-121 1 

Office of Management, Planning & Analysis 

Analysis of Child Fatalities 1995. By Antone C. Felix, III and Jean Wilson n.d. 23 p. 972/234 

Child Maltreatment Statistics 1996. By Antone C. Felix III 1997 67 p. 973/307 

Demographic Report on Consumer Populations July 1, 1996. By Antone C. Felix, III and Rachel 
A. Berman 1997 46 p. 972/235 

Profiles of Adopted Children and Guardianship Children FY96 By Antone C Felix, III and 
Rachel A. Berman 1997 36 p. 972/236 

Quarterly Report FY97, 1st Quarter. By Antone C. Felix III and Walter E. Taylor 1996 17 p. 
971/235 

Quarterly Report FY97, 2nd Quarter. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/236 

Quarterly Report FY97, Third Quarter. By Antone C. Felix III and Walter E. Taylor 1997 22 p. 

972/237 

Quarterly Report FY97, 4th Quarter By Antone C. Felix III and Waher E Taylor 1997 17 p. 
974/308 

Quarterly Report FY98, 1st Quarter. By Antone C. Felix, III and Walter E. Taylor 1997 22 p. 
974/309 

Department of State Police 

470 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01702 

Crime Reporting Unit 
Crime in Massachusetts 1992. n.d. [var. pag.] 972/238 



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Department of State Police, Crime Reporting Unit, continued 
Preliminary Annual Crime Report 1995/96. n.d. 10 p. 972/239 



Department of the State Auditor 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Semi-Annual Report July -December 1995. 1996 88 p. 971/232 

Semi- Annual Report July-December 1996. 1997 105 p. 972/240 

Semi-Annual Report January -June 1997. 1997 121 p. 974/310 

A- 128 

Abington Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3031-8 
974/311 

Acton Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3006-8 
971/238 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the State Comptroller's Official Year-End 
Closing/Opening Instructions for Encumbrance and Advance Fund Management FY96. 1997 
15 p. No. 96-5001-2 973/308 

Arlington Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3026- 
8 974/312 

Avon Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 31 p. No. 97-3016-8 971/239 

Belchertown Housing Authority October 1, 1993 to September 30, 1996. 1997 35 p. No. 97- 
3056-8 974/313 

Belmont Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3021-8 
972/241 

Billerica Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3062-8 
974/314 

Bourne Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 35 p. No. 97-3015-8 
971/240 

Braintree Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 31 p. No. 97-3044-8 
971/241 



Department of the State Auditor, A- 128, continued 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1, 1 996 to December 3 1 , 1996. 1997 34 p. No. 97- 
3017-8 974/315 

Brockton Redevelopment Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1996 23 p. No. 97-3039-8 

971/242 

Brookline Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 36 p. No. 97-3022-8 
973/309 

Burlington Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1996 30 p. No. 97-3007- 
8 971/243 

Chelsea Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1996. 1997 47 p. No. 97-3004-8 

972/242 

Chicopee Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3065-8 
974/316 

Clinton Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 34 p. No. 97-3050-8 974/317 

Cohasset Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 35 p. No. 97-3045-8 
972/243 

Concord Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3068-8 
974/318 

Danvers Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 31 p. No. 97-3034-8 
971/244 

Dartmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 30 p. No. 97-3001-8 

972/244 

Dedham Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 35 p. No. 97-3043-8 

972/245 

Duxbury Housing Authority April 1, 1 995 to March 3 1 , 1996. 1997 29 p. No. 97-3046-8 
972/246 

Easton Housing Authority April 1, 1 995 to March 3 1 , 1996. 1997 34 p. No. 97-3066-8 

972/247 

Everett Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3073-8 
974/319 



Department of the State Auditor, A- 128, continued 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 48 p. No. 97-3012-8 
971/245 

Falmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 35 p. No. 97-3051-8 
973/310 

Fitchburg Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 30, 1995. 1997 38 p. No. 97-3033- 
8 974/320 

Framingham Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1996. 1997 38 p. No. 97- 
3003-8 972/248 

Gardner Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3018-8 
974/321 

Greenfield Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1996 32 p. No. 97-3002-8 
971/246 

Halifax Housing Authority July 1, 1995 June 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3084-8 974/322 

Haverhill Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 36 p. No. 97-3069-8 
972/249 

Holbrook Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3037-8 
973/311 

Holbrook Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 31 p. No. 97-3049-8 
974/323 

Hudson Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3063-8 
974/324 

Leominster Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 35 p. No. 97- 
3010-8 971/247 

Lowell Housing Authority October 1, 1994 to September 30, 1995. 1997 46 p. No. 97-3080-8 
971/248 

Lynn Housing Authority April 1, 1 995 to March 3 1 , 1996. 1997 61 p. No. 97-3005-8 
972/250 

Maiden Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 44 p. No. 97-3023-8 
974/325 



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Department of the State Auditor, A- 128, continued 

Mansfield Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3038- 
8 974/326 

Melrose Housing Authority January 1, 1 996 to December 3 1 , 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3027-8 
974/327 

Mendon Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0716-3 974/328 

Middleborough Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1996 32 p. No. 97- 

3014-8 971/249 

Natick Housing Authority January 1, 1 996 to December 3 1 , 1996. 1997 34 p. No. 97-3070-8 
974/329 

New Bedford Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 45 p. No. 97- 
3071-8 971/250 

Newton Housing Authority January 1, 1 995 to December 3 1 , 1995. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3035-8 
971/251 

North Reading Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 30 p. No. 97-3042-8 

971/252 

Pembroke Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3019-8 
974/330 

Pittsfield Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 36 p. No 97-3041-8 

971/253 

Quincy Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 36 p. No. 97-3032-8 974/331 

Raynham Housing Authority July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995. 1997 49 p. No. 96-3033-8 
972/251 

Revere Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 30, 1996. 1997 40 p. No. 97-3059-8 
974/332 

Salem Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 36 p. No. 97-3024-8 
974/333 

Salisbury Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1996 34 p. No. 96-3074-8 

971/254 



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Department of the State Auditor, A- 128, continued 

Salisbury Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 34 p. No. 97-3071-8 
974/334 

Saugus Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3067-8 974/335 

Scituate Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 30 p. No. 97-3025-8 
974/336 

Springfield Housing Associates, Inc. April 1, 1 995 to March 3 1 , 1996. 1997 21 p. No. 97- 
3055-8 972/252 

Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 41 p. No. 97-3013-8 
972/253 

Stoughton Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3036-8 
971/255 

Stoughton Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3048-8 
971/256 

Stow Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30 1996. 1997 29 p. No. 97-3064-8 973/3 12 

Wakefield Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-3061-8 
973/313 

Ware Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 30 p. No. 97-3040-8 973/314 

Watertown Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 36 p. No. 97- 
3047-8 971/257 

Wayland Housing Authority July 1, 1995 June 30, 1996, 1997 37 p. No. 97-3060-8 974/337 

Winchester Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97-3020-8 
971/258 

Wobum Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 36 p. No. 97-3057-8 
973/315 

WobumRedevelopment Authority December 31, 1995. 1997 15 p. No. 96-3039-8 972/254 

Ch. 647 

Governor's Alliance Against Drugs July 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 97- 
2018-2 971/259 



Department of the State Auditor, Ch. 647, continued 

Probate and Family Court Department - Hampden Division on Internal Controls Over Filing 
Fees. 1997 4 p. No. 97-2021-2 974/338 

Registry of Motor Vehicles Report on the Internal Controls Over Certificates of Inspection. 1997 
3 p. No. 97-2022-2 974/339 

Registry of Motor Vehicles Report on the Internal Controls Over the Processing, Depositing, 
Reporting, and Recording of Daily Receipts. 1997 8 p. No. 97-2016-2 974/340 

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's Student Emergency Fund for the period April 1, 1989 to 
May 31, 1996. 1996 5 p. No. 96-2017-2 971/260 

Division of Local Mandates 

Report on School Finance Reform in Massachusetts. 1997 145 p. [Report mandated by Section 
31 of Chapter 71 of the Acts of 1993.] 974/341 

EDP 

Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission July 1, 1994 through June 19, 1996. 1997 15 p. No. 
96-001 1-4C 972/255 

Bridgewater State College Data Processing Activities July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1996. 1997 
7 p. No. 96-01 77-4F 972/256 

Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Law Enforcement January 1, 1994 
through June 30, 1996. 1997 47 p. No. 95-0432-4F 973/316 

Department of Public Utilities September 25, 1995 to May 16, 1996. 1996 3 p. No. 96-0002- 
4M 971/263 

Department of Public Utilities September 25, 1995 to May 16, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 96-002 8- 
4M 971/264 

Department of Public Utilities Financial-Related and General Controls Audit July 1, 1993 
through May 16, 1996. 1996 26 p. No. 96-0307-4C 971/261 

Division of Employment and Training Financial-Related and General Controls Audit July 1, 
1994 through October 9, 1996. 1997 18 p. No. 96-022 1-4R 973/317 

Division of Registration Examination of Revenue Collections and General Controls over Data 
Processing Operations May 9, 1996 through November 9, 1996. 1996 7 p. No. 96-01 05-4C 
971/265 



Department of the State Auditor, EDP, continued 

Executive Office of Environmental Affairs May 23, 1996 through September 18, 1996. 1996 5 
p. No. 96-0005-4C 971/266 

Financial-Related and EDP General Controls at the Worcester County Probate and Family Court 
July I, 1995 through March 19, 1997. 1997 13 p. No. 97-1229-81 973/319 

Financial-Related and General Controls Audit at the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission 
July 1, 1993 through March 29, 1996. 1997 32 p. No. 96-0054-4C 973/318 

Housing Finance Agency Financial-Related and General Controls Audit July 1, 1994 through 
May 13, 1996. 1997 27 p. No. 96-014 1-4F 973/320 

Internal Controls Over Data Processing and Financial Operations at the Department of Fisheries, 
Wildlife and Environmental Law Enforcement January 1, 1994 through June 30, 1996. 1997 47 p. 
No. 95-0432-4F 973/321 

Northhampton Housing Authority Financial-Related and EDP Controls July 1, 1995 through 
December 19, 1996. 1997 11 p. No. 97-740-81 972/257 

Western Massachusetts Hospital Billing Activities and General Controls over Data Processing 
Operations April 18, 1996 through June 30, 1996. 1996 10 p. No. 96-0305-4C 971/267 

Westfield State College General Control's Review of Automated Systems and Limited Review of 
the Student Billing System October 1 1, 1995 through March 3 1, 1996. 1996 16 p. No. 96-0185- 
4F 971/268 

FR 

Aeronautics Commission July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1997 17 p. No. 96-0044-2 973/322 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's Policies, Massachusetts General Laws 
and Regulations, and Federal 0MB Circular A- 128 Requirements for Selected Payments From 
State Funds and Selected Payments From Nonmajor Federal Programs FY96. 1997 1 1 p. No. 97- 
5007-2 973/323 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's Year-End Closing Instructions for Cash 
and Revenue Management. 1997 lip. No, 96-5002-2 972/258 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller's Year-End Closing Instructions for Cash 
and Revenue Management FY97. 1997 10 p. No. 97-5002-2 974/342 

Bristol County District Attorney's Office July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 96- 
1264-2 971/269 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Cape Cod Community College July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 3 p. No. 96-2015-2 
974/343 

Department of Education's Monitoring Activities of Private Postsecondary Business and Trade 
Schools. 1996 17 p. No. 96-0157-2 971/270 

Department of Veteran's Services July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1997 18 p. No. 96-0018-5 
973/324 

Determination of Whether Net State Tax Revenues Exceeded Allowable State Tax Revenues for 
theFiscal Year Ended June 30, 1997. 1997 14 p. No. 98-5555-2 974/344 

Division of Medical Assistance's Benefit Coordination and Recovery Section's Third-Party 
Liability Unit July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-5013-2 972/259 

Dukes County Regional Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to December 31, 1996. 
1997 2 p. No. 97-0594-2 973/325 

Dukes Division Probate and Family Court Department Trial Court of the Commonwealth. 1997 
2 p. No. 97-1232-2 973/326 

Dukes Division Superior Court Department Trial Court of the Commonweahh 1997 1 p. No. 
97-1120-2 973/327 

Edgartown Division District Court Department Trial Court of the Commonwealth. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-1195-2 973/328 

Essex County District Attorney's Office July 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1996 3 p No. 96- 

1257-2 971/271 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs and Compliance with Office of the Comptroller 
Nonappropriated Funds Reporting Requirements of Bunker Hill Community College July 1, 1995 
to June 30, 1996. 1997 5 p. No. 97-0192-2 973/329 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Roxbury Community College July 1, 1995 to 
June 30, 1996. 1997 Up. No. 97-0204-2 973/330 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Salem State College July 1, 1995 to June 30, 
1996. 1997 40 p. No. 97-0184-2 973/331 

Heahh and Educational Facilities Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996 1997 
2 p. No. 97-0041-2 972/260 



Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Legal Assistance Corporation for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
1300-2 972/261 

Local Aid Fund FY Ended June 30, 1996. 1997 33 p. No. 97-5006-2 973/332 

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency. 1996 13 p. No. 96-0016-5 971/272 

Middlesex County, Office of the Sheriff. 1997 2 p. 971/273 

Middlesex District Attorney's Office July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1997 5 p. No. 96-1256-5 
971/274 

Mount Wachusett Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs and 
Compliance with Office of the Comptroller Nonappropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 
1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 13 p. No. 97-0200-2 974/345 

Nantucket Housing Authority January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 16 p. No. 96-05 84- 
2 974/346 

New Bedford Division of the District Court Department. 1997 6 p. No. 96-1 192-2 971/275 

Norfolk County District Attorney's Office. 1996 4 p. No. 96-1258-2 971/276 

NorthamptonDivisionoftheDistrict Court Department. 1997 9 p. No. 96-1171-2 971/277 

Plymouth County District Attorney's Office. 1996 5 p. No. 96-1295-2 971/278 

Plymouth Redevelopment Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
96-0761-5 971/279 

Salem Division of the District Court Department. 1996 5 p. No. 96-1151-2 971/280 

Salem State College - Upward Bound and Enrichment Activities to Ready Local Youth Programs 
in Accordance with Chapter 647 of the Acts of 1989. 1997 9 p. No. 96-2018-2 974/347 

Springfield Redevelopment Authority for the fiscal years ended June 30, 1992 and 1993. 1997 3 
p. No. 97-779-2 972/262 

Stoughton Redevelopmemnt Authority for the period July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0790-2 972/263 

Thoroughbred Breeders Association, Inc. January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1995. 1997 9 p. No. 
96-1352-2 973/333 



Department of the State Auditor, FR^ continued 

University of Lowell Building Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1995. 1996 7 p. No. 96-0207- 
5 971/281 

FU 

Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs of Quinsigamond Community College. 1997 4 p. 

No. 97-0203-7 973/334 

Lowell Regional Transit Authority. 1996 4 p. No. 96-0882-7 971/282 
JI 

Office for Children Report on Examination of EDP and Financial-Related Controls July 1, 1995 
through April 30, 1997. 1997 9 p. No. 97-083 7-4C 974/348 



Acushnet Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0592-3 971/283 

Agawam Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 3 p. No. 97-0595-3 
972/264 

Amesbury Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0596-3 973/335 

Andover Housing Authority January 1, 1 996 to December 3 1 , 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-0598-3 
974/349 

Ashland Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-0601-3 
973/336 

Attleboro Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 5 p. No. 97-0603-3 
974/350 

Ayer Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98-1037-3 
974/351 

Barre Housing Authority Aprill, 1995 to March 31, 1996 1996 8 p. No. 96-0607-3 971/284 

Bedford Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
98-0608-3 974/352 



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Department of the State Auditor, P^ continued 

Bellingham Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 4 p. No. 97-0610-3 
971/285 

Berkshire County Regional Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to March 31, 1997. 1997 7 p. No. 
97-0590-3 974/353 

Blackstone Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0615-3 973/337 

Boston Housing Authority April 1, 1993 to October 31, 1995. 1996 13 p. No. 96-0616-3 
971/286 

Bottle Bill Statute as It Relates to the Clean Environment Fund. 1997 4 p. No. 97-5047-3 
971/287 

Brookfield Housing Authority April 1, 1995 through March 31, 1996. 1996 6 p. No. 96- 1075- 
3 971/288 

Bureau of Special Investigations' Policies, Procedures and Practices to Monitor, Account for 
and Control Its Investigations of Potential Public Assistance Fraud. 1996 16 p. No. 95-003 1-3 
971/289 

Bureau ofSubstance Abuse Services July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995. 1997 39 p. No. 95-4045-3 
972/265 

Chatham Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0629-3 971/290 

Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation for the period July 1, 1995 to June 
30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97-1009-3 974/ 

Department of Education's Implementation and Monitoring of the Massachusetts Education 
Reform Act of 1993 June 30, 1993 through June 30, 1996. 1997 76 p. No. 97-4046-3 974/355 

Department of Public Safety Internal Controls in the Cashier's Office July 1, 1993 to June 30, 
1995. 1997 7 p. No. 96-6001-9 971/291 

Essex Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0649-3 974/356 

Executive Office of Health and Human Services. 1997 20 p. No. 97-0006-5 974/357 

Fairhaven Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0651-3 972/266 



Department of the State Auditor, P^ continued 

Fenway Community Health Center, Inc. 1997 44 p. No. 95-4363-3 972/267 

Georgetown Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 5 p. No. 97-0664-3 
972/268 

Grafton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97-0666- 
3 972/269 

Granby Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97-0667- 
3 971/292 

Groton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98-1325- 
3 974/358 

Groveland Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0929-3 971/293 

Halifax Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 97-1287- 
3 974/359 

Hanover Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-1288-3 974/360 

Harwich Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0679-3 974/361 

Highway Department's Oversight Over Certain Design and Construction Activities Associated 
with the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project February 1, 1990 to September 30, 1996. 
1997 17 p. No. 97-4054-3 973/338 

Holliston Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0677-3 973/339 

Hopedale Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 4 p. No. 97-0680-3 
974/362 

Hopkinton Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97-0681-3 
972/270 

Integrated Services Associates, Inc. 1996 7 p. No. 94-6001-9 971/294 

Lancaster Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-0687-3 
974/363 



Department of the State Auditor, R, continued 

Lawrence Public School System July 1, 1993 through March 31, 1997. 1997 65 p. No. 97- 
6003-9 973/340 

Lee Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 3 p. No. 97-0690-3 973/341 

Leicester Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0691-3 971/295 

Lena Park Commumty Development Corporation January 1, 1990 to December 31, 1995. 1997 
89 p. No. 96-4366-3 [Includes response to State Auditor's report.] 971/296 

Lunenburg Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 No. 97-0698-3 
974/364 

Marblehead Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to December 31, 1995. 1997 lip. No. 97-0705-3 
972/271 

Marshfield Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30,1996. 1997 3 p. No. 97-0708-3 
974/365 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority July 1, 1994 to December 31, 1996. 1997 12 p. 
No. 96-0583-3 973/342 

Massachusetts Port Authority's Program Budget and Financial Plan for the Modernization of 
Logan Airport. 1997 30 p. No. 97-0508-3 974/366 

Medfield Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0711-3 971/297 

Medford Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 4 p. No. 97-0712-3 
974/367 

Merrimac Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0717-3 971/298 

Middleton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 

0721-3 972/272 

Millis Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98-0725-3 
974/368 

Nahant Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0728-3 971/299 



Department of the State Auditor, R, continued 

Norfolk Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0841-3 972/273 

North Andover Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 3 p. No 97- 

0742-3 972/274 

North Attleborough Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 8 p. No. 97-0743-3 
972/275 

North Central Human Services, Inc. July 1, 1993 to December 3 1 , 1995. 1997 53 p. No. 96- 
4289-3 971/300 

Northborough Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 

p. No. 97-0744-3 972/276 

Northbridge Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1 996 to March 3 1 , 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0745-3 974/369 

Norton Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0747-3 971/301 

Norwell Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 3 p. No. 97-0854-3 
974/370 

Norwood Housing Authority October 1, 1995 September 30, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-0748-3 
974/371 

Pepperell Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98- 
1071-3 974/372 

Plainville Housing Authority January 1, 1 996 to December 3 1 , 1996. 1997 3 p. No. 97-0759-3 
973/343 

Provincetown Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 
p. No. 97-1049-3 973/344 

Reading Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0764-3 973/345 

Rehoboth Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 1 p. 
No. 97-0786-3 972/277 

Review of the Implementation of the Information Technology Bond Bill I. 1997 16 p. No. 95- 
5034-3 973/346 



Department of the State Auditor, R, continued 

Salem State College. 1996 lip. No. 96-0184-3 971/302 

Seekonk Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-0774-3 971/303 

Shrewsbury Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0776-3 971/304 

South Hadley Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 
p. No. 97-0782-3 972/278 

Southborough Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 
p. No. 97-0875-3 971/305 

Southbridge Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0780-3 971/306 

Southwick Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0783-3 971/307 

Spencer Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98- 
0784-3 974/373 

State Lottery Commission July 1, 1994 through June 30, 1996. 1997 64 p. No. 96-0089-5 
973/347 

Statewide Emergency Telecommunications Board July 1, 1993 to June 30, 1995. 1997 42 p. 
No. 95-0008-9 971/308 

Sterling Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. No. 
97-0787-3 974/374 

Sudbury Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0830-3 974/375 

Swansea Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 13 p. No. 97-0793-3 
974/376 

Technology Development Corporation July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2p No. 97-0136-3 
972/279 

Telecommunications, Travel, and Training Activities at Certain State Agencies July 1, 1995 to 
June 30, 1996. 1997 9 p. No. 97-5046-3 974/377 



Department of the State Auditor^ L continued 

Tewksbury Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3029-8 
973/348 

Tobacco Tax Imposed by Chapter 254 of the Acts of 1992, "An Act Pertaining to Health and 
Tobacco". 1997 57 p. No. 95-5027-3 973/349 

Tyngsborough Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-1072-3 974/378 

Upton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 
98-0795-3 974/379 

U.S. Department of Justice. District of Massachusetts. 1997 2 p. No. 96-6010-9 974/380 

Uxbridge Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0798-3 972/280 

Wahham Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 5 p. No. 97-0801-3 
974/381 

Water Resources Authority's Back-Up Sources of Power for the Deer Island Sewage Treatment 
Plant March 31, 1988 to June 30, 1996. 1997 16 p. No. 96-4049-3 972/281 

Wayside Youth and Family Support Network, Inc. July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996, 1997 11 p. 
No. 97-4372-3 974/382 

West Bridgewater Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 2 p. 
No. 97-0810^-3 972/282 

West Newbury Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1997. 1997 
2 p. No. 98-1295-3 974/383 

Westborough Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1997 2 
p. No. 97-0809-3 971/309 

Westford Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 97- 
0812-3 974/384 

Westport Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1996 2 p. No. 97- 
0813-3 971/310 

Worcester County District Attorney's Office. 1997 2 p. No. 96-6008-9 973/350 

Worcester County District Attorney's Office. 1 997 2 p. No. 96-60 1 2-9 973/3 5 1 



Department of the State Auditor, P^ continued 

Worcester Housing Authority April 1, 1995 March 31, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-0825-3 
974/385 

Yarmouth Housing Authority April 1, 1 996 to March 3 1 , 1997. 1997 4 p. No. 97-0828-3 
974/386 

PR 

Highway Department's Proposal to Privatize the Maintenance of State Roads in Worcester 
County. 1996 lip. No. 97-2510-9 971/311 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Proposal to Privatize the Cleaning and 
Maintenance ofits Bus Shelters. 1996 2 p. No. 97-2509-9 971/312 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Proposals to Privatize Bus Routes. 1 997 1 7 p. 

No. 97-2511-9 973/352 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Revised Proposals to Privatize Bus Routes. 1997 
22 p. No. 97-2512-9 973/353 



Department of the State Treasurer 

Room 227, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

*$ 186,770,000 Special Obligation Revenue Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series A, Dated 
September 12, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary.] 973/354 

*$200,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series A, New Issue, 
Dated: March 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] [*Prehminary] 971/313 

$200,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series A, New Issue, Dated: 
March 12, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/314 

$200,000,000 General Obligation Bonds, Consolidated Loan of 1996, Series C. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[This document is commonly called "The Bible".] 971/315 

*$271,280,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds 1997 Series B (Variable Rate Demand 
Bonds), Refunding Issue, Dated: August 6, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] [^Preliminary.] 973/356 

$271,280,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds 1997 Series B (Variable Rate Demand 
Bonds), Refianding Issue, Dated: August 6, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/355 

$294,695,000 Special Obligation Revenue Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series A, 
Refunding/New Money Issue, Dated: September 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 974/387 



Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

*$300,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series B, New Issue, 
Dated: June 1997. 1997 [var.^g ] [*Preliminary.] 973/357 

$300,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series B, New Issue, Dated: 
June 24, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/358 

$375,840,000 General Obligation Reftinding Bonds 1997 Series A and $250,000,000 General 
Obligation Consolidated Loan of 1997 Series C, Refiinding/New Money Issue, Dated: August 1, 
1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/359 

$375,840,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, 1997 Series A, $271,280,000 General 
Obligation Refunding Bonds, 1997 Series B (Variable Rate Demand Bonds) and $250,000,000 
Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series C. 1997 [var. pag.] [This document is commonly called "The 
Bible".] 974/388 

$722,620,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds, 1996 Series A and $200,000,000 General 
Obligation Bonds, Consolidated Loan of 1996, Series D. 1997 [var. pag.] [This document is 
commonly called "The Bible".] 971/316 

Fiscal Update, vol. 2, no. 7, Summer/Fall 1997. 1997 5 p. 974/389 

General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1996 College Opportunity Bonds, Series A. 

1996 [var. pag] [This publication is commonly called the "Bible".] 973/360 

Letter to House and Senate Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on 
Transportation Regarding the Revised Plan to Finance the Central Artery/Tunnel Project. By 
Joseph D. Malone 1997 12 p. 974/390 

Letter to Senate President Birmingham Regarding Electric Deregulation. By Joseph D. Malone 

1997 2 p. 974/391 

Letter to the Senate President Regarding Distribution of Free Coupons for Lottery Promotion. By 
Joseph D. Malone 1997 I p. 971/317 

Memorandum Regarding Additional Rate Payer Savings from Restructuring Utility Industry 
Legislation. 1997 M p. [Prepared by: Hawkins, Delafield & Wood] 974/392 

Saving Makes "Cents": Teacher's Manual 1997/98. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/361 

Deferred Compensation Plan 

Executive Update, October 1996: A Deferred Compensation Newsletter for Treasurers and 
Directors. 1996 4 p. 971/318 



Department of the State Treasurer, Deferred Compensation Plan, continued 
News, Third Quarter 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/319 
News, Fourth Quarter 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/320 
News, 1st Quarter 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/362 
News, 2nd Quarter 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/363 
News, Third Quarter 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/393 

Department of Transitional Assistance 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Closed Case Review. 1996 3 p. 971/321 

Domestic Violence: TAFDC. 1997 8 p. Field Operations Memo 97-49 974/394 

You and Your Children Deserve to be Safe: Resources Information Assistance, n.d. 8 p. 
974/395 



Department of Youth Services 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Fort Point Place, Boston, MA 02210 

Human Resources Manual: Orientation Guide. 1996 [var. pag.] 971/322 



Designer Selection Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1610, Boston, MA 02202 

Designer Selection Guidelines for a City or Town Building Project. 1994 6 p. 971/323 

Public Notice, List #97-1. 1997 33 p. 971/324 

Public Notice List #97-2. 1997 41 p. 972/283 

Public Notice, List #97-3. 1997 36 p. 973/364 

Twenty-Sixth Annual Report January 1. 1996 through December 31,1996. 1997 74 p. 
973/365 



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Development Finance Agency 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

$9,075,000 City of Boston, Massachusetts, Boston Industrial Development Financing Authority 
Industrial Revenue Bonds (Boston Alzheimer's Center Project - 1997 Series) (FHA Insured 
Project); $8,925,000 Revenue Bonds 1997 Series A (Tax Exempt), $150,000 Revenue Bonds 1997 
Series B (Federally Taxable), New Issue, Dated: February 15, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 971/325 

$1 1,485,000 Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency Education Revenue Bonds, (Dexter 
School Project - Series 1997), New Issue, Dated: January 15, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/326 

$29,855,000 Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency Revenue Refunding Bonds (Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute - 1997 Issue), Refunding Issue, Dated: February 15, 1997. 1997 [var. pag ] 
971/327 

Annual Report FFY96 n.d. 40 p. 971/328 

Annual Report 1997. 1997 25 p. 974/396 

Mass.Means: News of the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Volume 1, Issue 2, 
Summer 1996. 1996 6 p. 972/284 

Mass.Means: News of the Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Volume 1, Issue 3, 
Spring 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/285 



Developmental Disabilities Council 

174 Portland Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 021 14 

The Managed Care Handbook: A Resources Guide for Consumers, Families and Advocates. By 
James E.Spink 1997 [var. pag.] [There are 3 versions of this publication: English, 
Haitian/Creole and Spanish.] 972/286 

People First: What Massachusetts Does for People with Disabilities (An Analysis of the FY98 
House 1 State Budget). 1997 58 p. 971/329 

Regina Villa Associates, Inc. 

145 Fremont Street, 7th floor, Boston, MA 021 1 1-1208 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 1, Issue 1, December 1995. 1995 8 p. 

972/287 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 1, Issue 2, April 1996. 1996 6 p. 972/288 
Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 1, Issue 3, June 1996. 1996 6 p. 972/289 



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Developmental Disabilities Council, Regina Villa Associates. Inc., continued 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 1, Issue 4, September 1996. 1996 6 p. 
972/290 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 1, Issue 5, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/291 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 2, Issue 1, Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/292 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 2, Issue 2, Summer 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/366 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 2, Issue 3, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 974/397 

Disabled Persons Protection Commission 

99 Bedford Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA, 021 1 1 

Abuse Prevention Project, n.d. 2 p. 974/398 
Abuse Reporting Hotlines. 1997 2 p. 974/399 
Annual Report FY96. 1997 [var. pag.] 972/293 
Fact Sheets, n.d. [var. pag.] 972/294 

Forgotten Victims: Attendant Abuse of People with Disabilities. By Christina Close n.d. 12 p. 

974/400 

Have A Disability? 1997 2 p. 974/401 
Mission Statement. 1997 2 p. 974/402 
Overview. 1997 2 p. 974/403 

District Attorney for the Eastern District 

Museum Place, One East India Square, Salem, MA 01970 

Essex County Drug Task Force 
Statistics for 1996. 1997 2 p. 972/295 



Division of Administrative Law Appeals 

lOOCambridgeStreet, Room 904, Boston, MA 02202 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report 1995: Cases Closed. 1995 8p 971/330 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report 1995: Cases Opened. 1995 6 p. 971/331 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report 1996: Cases Closed. 1996 6 p. 971/332 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report 1996: Cases Opened. 1996 8 p. 971/333 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

#93-066, Opinion: Quality Financial Services. 1996 1 p. 971/334 

#93-078; Opinion: America's Lending Network, Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/335 

#93-1 11, Opinion: Metropolitan Mortgage & Securities Co., Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/336 

#94-033; Opinion: National Consumer Law Center, Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/337 

#94-040, Opinion: Avco Financial Services. 1996 3 p. 972/296 

#94-081; Opinion: Atlantic Financial Mortgage, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/338 

#94-087; Opinion: Comerica Bank. 1996 2 p. 971/339 

#94-089; Opinion: Arthur J. Broadhurst, Jr. 1994 1 p. 971/340 

#94-091, Opinion: Peabody& Arnold. 1996 2 p. 971/341 

#94-092; Opinion: Empire of America Realty Credit Corp. 1996 1 p. 971/342 

#94-094; Opinion: Webster Credit Union. 1996 1 p. 971/343 

#94-096; Opinion: Lenox Savings Bank. 1994 Ip 971/344 

#94-097, Opinion: State of New Mexico Regulation & Licensing Dept., Financial Institutions 
Division. 1994 1 p. 971/345 

#94-099, Opinion: Salem Five Cents Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 971/346 

#94-101, Opinion: Landmark Bank. 1996 1 p. 971/347 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 



#94-102; Opini 
#94-103, Opin 
#94-137, Opini 
#95-032; Opin 
#95-034; Opin 
#95-038; Opini 
#95-052; Opini 
#95-060; Opini 
#95-063, Opin 
#95-067; Opin 
#95-083; Opin 
#95-1 14; Opin 
#95-1 17; Opin 
#95-130; Opini 
#95-138; Opini 
#95-150, Opin 
#95-158; Opini 
#96-005; Opin 
#96-015; Opin 
#96-026; Opin 
#96-027; Opin 
#96-047; Opin 



on; Bridgewater Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 971/348 

on: Massachusetts Bankers Association, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/349 

on: Weymouth Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 971/350 

on: Bay Finance Company. 1996 1 p. 971/351 

on: Community Bank League of New England, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/352 

on: Brownstein, Zeidman and Lore. 1996 2 p. 972/297 

on: Remodelers Acceptance Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/298 

on: Partridge, Snow and Hahn. 1996 2 p. 972/299 

on: Interstate National Mortgage Corporation. 1996 2 p. 971/353 

on: The Dime Savings Bank. 1996 1 p. 971/354 

on: Evolution, Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/355 

on: International Collection Service Inc. 1995 3 p. 971/356 

on: Callaway Golf Company. 1996 2 p. 972/300 

on: Residential Funding Corporation. 1996 2 p. 971/357 

on: Kirkpatrick & Lockhart, LLP. 1996 2 p. 972/301 

on: Market Street Mortgage Corporation. 1995 2 p. 971/358 

on: Remodelers Acceptance Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/302 

on: Massachusetts CUNA Credit Union Association. 1996 3 p. 971/359 

on: Purchase Retail Installment Contracts. 1996 2 p. 972/303 

on: Michael C. Hanson, Esq. 1996 2 p. 971/360 

on: Price, Sneirson, Shulman & Meese. 1996 2 p. 973/367 

on: United Bank. 1996 1 p. 971/361 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#96-048; Opinion: Office of the Comptroller. 1996 2 p. 971/362 
#96-049; Opinion: Koemer, Silberberg & Weiner, LLP. 1996 2 p. 972/304 
#96-050, Opinion: The Realty Guild, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/363 
#96-053; Opinion: Centerbank. 1996 1 p. 971/364 
#96-056, Opinion: Heller, Borreliz & Levin, P.C. 1996 2 p. 971/365 
#96-057; Opinion: Ambassador Pools. 1996 1 p. 971/366 
#96-061, Opinion: Associates Corporation of North America. 1996 1 p. 971/367 
#96-062; Opinion: Saevitz & Brown PC. 1996 2 p. 971/368 
#96-064, Opinion: Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC. 1996 1 p. 971/369 
#96-065; Opinion: Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America. 1996 1 p. 971/370 
#96-068; Opinion: Conti Mortgage. 1996 1 p. 971/371 
#96-071; Opinion: Woronoco Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 971/372 
#96-072, Opinion: Roche, Carens, & DiGiacomo. 1996 2 p. 971/373 
#96-074; Opinion: Duker & Barrett, LLP. 1996 1 p. 971/374 
#96-075, Opinion: Banknorth Mortgage Company, Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/375 
#96-076; Opinion: The Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/305 
#96-077, Opinion: Robert Steele Agency, Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/376 
#96-078; Opinion: Powers, Pyles, Sutter «fe Verville, PC. 1996 2 p. 971/377 
#96-080, Opinion: Mortgage Solutions. 1996 2 p. 971/378 
#96-081; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1996 2 p. 971/379 
#96-083, Opinion: Greenwich Capital Finance Products, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/380 
#96-084, Opinion: Massad & Misilo, PC. 1996 2 p. 971/381 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#96-085; Opinion: Keshian & Reynolds. 1996 2 p. 971/382 
#96-086; Opinion: JB Financial Services, Inc. 1996 1 p. 971/383 
#96-087; Opinion: HomeComings Financial Network. 1996 2 p. 971/384 
#96-088; Opinion: CRW Financial, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/385 
#96-090; Opinion: Centre Europa. 1996 2 p. 972/306 
#96-091; Opinion: Fidelity Co-operative Bank. 1996 1 p. 971/386 
#96-092; Opinion: Green Tree Financial Corporation. 1996 1 p. 971/387 
#96-093; Opinion: EquityCorp. 1996 2 p. 971/388 
#96-094; Opinion: Equine Credit Corp. 1996 1 p. 971/389 
#96-099; Opinion: Green Tree Financial Corporation. 1996 2 p. 971/390 
#96-100; Opinion: Citizens Mortgage Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/307 
#96-101; Opinion: ComNet Mortgage Services, Inc. 1996 2 p. 971/391 
#96-103; Opinion: APEX Mortgage Corp. 1996 2 p. 971/392 
#96-105; Opinion: Margraves, Karb, Wilcox & Galvini, LLP. 1996 1 p. 971/393 
#96-106; Opinion: Shirley Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 971/394 
#96-107; Opinion: Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar, LLP. 1996 3 p. 971/395 
#96-108; Opinion: CHAP A. 1996 2 p. 972/308 
#96-109; Opinion: Calvin Page. 1996 1 p. 971/396 
#96-110; Opinion: Plum Design. 1996 1 p. 971/397 
#96-1 11; Opinion: Kirkpatrick & Lockhart. 1996 2 p. 972/308A 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#96-112, Opinion: Granite Financial Services Corp. 1996 2 p. 972/309 
#96-1 13; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/310 
#96-114, Opinion: EquiCredit Corporation. 1996 2 p. 971/398 
#96-1 15; Opinion: Telephone Workers' Credit Union. 1996 1 p. 972/3 1 1 
#96-1 17; Opinion: Chase Manhattan Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/312 
#96-1 18, Opinion: St. Anne's Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 972/3 13 
#96-1 19; Opinion: General Electric Capital Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/314 
#96-120, Opinion: Middlesex Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/315 
#96-121; Opinion: Daniels. Saevitz, Esq. 1996 2 p. 972/316 
#96-122; Opinion: Partridge, Snow & Hahn. 1996 2 p. 972/317 
#96-125, Opinion: Citizens-Union Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/318 
#96-125; Opinion: PHH Auto Finance Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/319 
#96-127; Opinion: EquiCredit Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/320 
#96-130; Opinion: Guild Mortgage Company. 1996 1 p. 972/321 
#96-131; Opinion: Commerce Bank & Trust Company. 1996 1 p. 972/322 
#96-132; Opinion: Ryan Financial Advisors, Inc. 1996 2 p. 972/323 
#96-133, Opinion: Homestead Funding Corp. 1996 2 p. 972/324 
#96-135; Opinion: Nancy Post. 1996 2 p. 972/325 
#96-138, Opinion: Account Control Technology. 1996 2 p. 972/326 
#96-140; Opinion: GMAC Mortgage Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/327 
#96-141, Opinion: Troop, Meisinger, Steuber & Pasich, LLP. 1996 2 p. 972/328 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#96-142, Opinion; Community Bank League of New England. 1996 2 p. 972/329 
#96-143; Opinion: Client Services Incorporated. 1996 2 p. 972/330 
#96-145; Opinion: AFCO. 1996 2 p. 972/331 

#96-149; Opinion: Matiza, Spidi, Sloan &. Fisch, PC. 1996 2 p. 972/332 
#96-151; Opinion: Middlesex Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/333 
#96-152; Opinion: Palmer «& Dodge, LLP. 1996 1 p. 972/334 
#96-153; Opinion: National Credit Union Income Services. 1996 6 p. 972/335 
#96-155; Opinion: Eagle Capital Mortgage, LTD. 1996 2 p. 972/336 
#96-156; Opinion: Global Software, Inc. 1996 2 p. 972/337 

#96-157; Opinion: Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Comptroller. 1996 1 p. 972/338 
#96-158; Opinion: Commerce Bank &. Trust Company. 1996 1 p. 972/339 
#96-159; Opinion: The First National Bank of Boston. 1996 2 p. 972/340 
#96-161; Opinion: Bank of America, Interstate Retail Distribution. 1996 2 p. 972/341 
#96-163; Opinion: Household Finance Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/342 
#96-164; Opinion: Adelson, Golden & Loria, PC. 1996 2 p. 972/343 
#96-165; Opinion: The Money Store Auto Finance, Inc. 1996 2 p. 972/344 
#96-166; Opinion: Metropolitan Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 972/345 
#96-168; Opinion: A.I. Credit Corp. 1996 1 p. 972/346 
#96-170; Opinion: David LaMunyon. 1996 2 p. 972/347 
#96-171; Opinion: Palmer & Dodge, LLP. 1996 1 p. 972/348 
#96-172; Opinion: Cambridgeport Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/349 
#96-173; Opinion: Stephen Derham. 1996 1 p. 972/350 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#96-174, Opinion: USA Group. 1996 2 p. 972/351 
#96-175; Opinion; Shirley Co-Operative Bank, 1996 2 p. 972/352 
#96-176, Opinion: William F. Crowley. 1996 2 p. 972/353 
#96-179; Opinion: Chicopee Savings Bank. 1996 3 p. 972/354 
#96-180, Opinion: MGL Consulting Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/355 
#96-182; Opinion: Signet Banking Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/356 
#96-183; Opinion: Citizens Bank of Massachusetts. 1996 2 p. 972/357 
#96-184, Opinion: Day, Berry & Howard. 1996 1 p. 972/358 
#96-185, Opinion: USAir Federal Credit Union. 1996 6 p. 972/359 
#96-186; Opinion: Daubert Law Firm. 1996 2 p. 972/360 
#96-189; Opinion: FirstCity Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/361 

#96-190; Opinion: Associates Corporation of North America. 1996 2 p. 972/362 
#96-192, Opinion: Boston Edison Employee's Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 972/363 
#96-193; Opinion: American Health Value, LLC. 1997 2 p. 972/364 
#96-195; Opinion: Brockton Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 972/365 
#96-197; Opinion: Standard Insurance Center. 1996 6 p. 972/366 
#96-200, Opinion: New England National Mortgage Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/367 
#96-201; Opinion: Summit Credit Services, Inc. 1996 1 p. 972/368 
#96-202; Opinion: National City Mortgage Co. 1996 2 p. 972/369 
#96-203; Opinion: GM AC Mortgage Corporation. 1996 2 p. 972/370 
#96-204; Opinion: Davis, Malm & D'Agostine. 1996 2 p. 972/371 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#96-205; Opinion: Massachusetts State Employees Credit Union. 1996 2 p. 972/372 
#96-206, Opinion: GMAC Mortgage Corporation. 1996 4 p. 972/373 
#96-208; Opinion: The 1885 Bancorp. 1996 1 p. 972/374 
#96-21 1; Opinion: Commerce Bank & Trust Company. 1997 3 p. 973/369 
#96-212; Opinion: Collecto, Inc. 1996 2 p. 972/375 
#96-213; Opinion: Service Federal Credit Union. 1997 3 p. 973/370 
#96-214; Opinion: Anthony F.Barbera. 1996 2 p. 972/376 
#96-217; Opinion: North Middlesex Savings Bank. 1996 2 p. 972/377 
#96-222; Opinion: Cityscape Corp. 1996 2 p. 972/378 
#96-223; Opinion: PeopleFirst Finance, LLC. 1996 2 p. 972/379 
#96-224, Opinion: Woronoco Savings Bank. 1996 5 p. 972/380 

#96-227; Opinion: The CCS Companies; Credit Control Services, Inc. 1996 2 p. 972/381 
#96-228; Opinion: Samuel Kelsall, Esq. 1996 2 p. 972/382 
#96-230; Opinion: National Check Taist, Inc. 1996 2 p. 972/383 
#96-231, Opinion: Kotin, Crabtree &. Strong, LLP. 1996 2 p. 972/384 
#96-232; Opinion: Berkshire County Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 972/385 
#96-233; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation - Corporate Affairs. 1996 2 p. 972/386 
#96-234; Opinion: Koerner Silberberg & Weiner, LLP. 1997 2 p. 973/371 
#96-235; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1997 2 p. 973/372 
#96-236; Opinion: Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar. 1996 1 p. 972/387 
#97-001; Opinion: Middleberg, Riddle & Gianna. 1997 2 p. 973/373 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 



#97-002; Opin 
#97-003; Opin 
#97-004, Opin 
#97-005, Opin 
#97-006, Opin 
#97-007, Opin 
#97-008; Opin 
#97-009, Opin 
#97-009; Opin 
#97-012; Opini 
#97-013; Opin 
#97-014, Opin 
#97-015, Opin: 
#97-016; Opin 
#97-017; Opin 
#97-018; Opin 
#97-020, Opin 
#97-021; Opin 
#97-022, Opin 
#97-023; Opin; 
#97-025; Opin 
#97-027; Opin 



on: Middlesex Savings Bank. 1997 1 p. 973/374 

on: Veterans Benefits Clearinghouse, Inc. 1997 2 p. 973/375 

on: Amston Mortgage Company. 1997 2 p. 973/376 

on: People First Finance, LLC, 1997 1 p. 973/377 

on: Transcapital Fiscal Systems, Inc. 1997 2 p. 973/378 

on: LeSchack & Grodensky PC. 1997 2 p. 973/379 

on: United Co-operative Bank. 1997 2 p. 973/380 

on: Anthony L. Caropreso. 1997 1 p. 973/381 

on: Flexible Funding, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/404 

on: Beacon Federal Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 973/382 

on: Florence Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 973/383 

on: FMR Corporation. 1997 2 p. 973/384 

on: Associates Corporation of North America. 1997 3 p. 974/405 

on: Kilroy & Warren, PC. 1997 2 p. 973/385 

on: Diversified Mortgage Services. 1997 2 p. 973/386 

on: Asian American Bank & Trust Co. 1997 1 p. 973/387 

on: National Credit Services Corporation. 1997 1 p. 973/388 

on: Springfield Institution for Savings. 1997 2 p. 973/389 

on: Mego Mortgage Corporation. 1997 1 p. 973/390 

on: Collections Unlimited, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/406 

on: McKnight Industries, Inc. 1997 1 p. 973/391 

on: Sydney A. Bailey. 1997 1 p. 973/392 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#97-028; Opinion: Wadleigh, Starr, Peters, Dunn & Chiesa. 1997 2 p. 973/393 
#97-029, Opinion: United Bank. 1997 2 p. 973/394 
#97-032, Opinion: Georgetown Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 973/395 
#97-034; Opinion: NationsBanc Mortgage Corporation. 1997 2 p. 973/396 
#97-038, Opinion: American General Finance, Inc. 1997 2 p. 973/397 
#97-041; Opinion: Lawrence Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 973/398 
#97-044, Opinion: Frederick Cook & Associates. 1997 2 p. 973/399 
#97-045; Opinion: PRIMUS Automobile Financial Services, Inc. 1997 2 p. 973/400 
#97-050; Opinion: Franklyn Chase. 1997 2 p. 973/401 
#97-054; Opinion: Law Offices of Peter E.Fiynn,P.C. 1997 2 p. 974/407 
#97-055; Opinion: Frederick J. Hanna & Associates. 1997 2 p. 974/408 
#97-056; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1997 2 p. 974/409 
#97-058; Opinion: Tri-County Collection Bureau, Inc. 1997 1 p. 973/402 
#97-060; Opinion: Advanta Auto Finance. 1997 1 p. 973/403 
#97-061; Opinion: Daniel S. Saevitz, P.C. 1997 2 p. 974/410 
#97-062; Opinion: New England Workout Group, LLC. 1997 1 p. 974/41 1 
#97-063; Opinion: Weinberg & Jacobs, LLP. 1997 2 p. 974/412 
#97-064; Opinion: Bridgewater Savings Bank. 1997 1 p. 974/413 
#97-066; Opinion: NationsCredit Corporation. 1997 1 p. 974/414 
#97-068; Opinion: Performance Capital Management. 1997 2 p. 974/415 
#97-069, Opinion: National Credit Union Administration. 1997 2 p. 974/416 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 



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#97-074, Opin 
#97-079; Opin 
#97-083, Opin 
#97-084; Opin 
#97-085; Opin 
#97-086; Opin 
#97-089, Opin 
#97-090, Opin 
#97-096; Opin 
#97-097; Opin 
#97-098, Opin 
#97-100; Opin 
#97-102, Opini 
#97-109; Opin 
#97-1 11, Opin: 
#97-1 15; Opin 
#97-221, Opin: 



on: Master Financiailncorporated. 1997 2 p. 974/417 

on: Asian American Bank «& Trust Company. 1997 1 p. 974/418 

on: Sun Mortgage Company, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/419 

on: EVEREN Securities, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/420 

on: Donovan & O'Connor, LLP. 1997 1 p. 974/421 

on: Americas Partners. 1997 1 p. 974/422 

on: Peoples Federal Savings Bank. 1997 1 p. 974/423 

on: Gannett Telemarketing, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/424 

on: Southern New Hampshire Bank and Trust Company. 1997 1 p. 974/425 

on: U.S. Mortgage Reduction, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/426 

on: Associates Corporation of North America. 1997 2 p. 974/427 

on: Annino, Draper & Moore, PC. 1997 1 p. 974/428 

on: Sherwood Oaks Funding. 1997 1 p. 974/429 

on: New England Financial Services Association. 1997 2 p. 974/430 

on: Foley, Hoag & Eliot LLP. 1997 1 p. 974/431 

on: United National Mortgage, LLC. 1997 2 p. 974/432 

on: The CCS Companies. 1997 1 p. 974/433 

on: Western Exchange, Inc. 1997 2 p. 974/434 

on: David Klemm. 1997 2 p. 974/435 



Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Co-Operative Banks for the Year 
Ending December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 
1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 974/436 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Credit Unions for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1994. 1995 [var. pag.] 972/388 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Credit Unions for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 974/437 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Savings Banks for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, 
StateHouse,Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834] 974/438 

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Banks Relating to Trust Companies for the Year Ending 
December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag] 972/389 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 3rd Quarter 1996. 1996 11 p. 971/399 

Digest of Selected Opinions 4th Quarter 1996. 1996 11 p. 971/400 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 1st Quarter 1997. 1997 9 p. 973/404 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 2nd Quarter 1997. 1997 9 p. 974/439 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 3rd Quarter 1997. 1997 15 p. [The Division has a web site at: 
http://www.state.ma.us/dob.] 974/440 

The Indicator, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. [The Division has a web site at: 
http://www.state.ma.us/dob.] 974/441 

The Indicator, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 971/401 

List of Legal Investments Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 167, Section 15A as of July 1, 
1997. 1997 16 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, 

MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 974/442 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report Pursuant to General Laws Chapter 140 Section 1 14C. 1996 
30 p. 971/402 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report Pursuant to General Laws Chapter 140 Section 1 14C as of 
December 31, 1996. 1996 28 p. 972/390 

Quarterly Credit Card Issuer's Report Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 140 Section 1 14C. 
1996 28 p. 974/443 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
Compliance and Community Affairs Section 

The CRA Advisor, Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/391 

TheCRAAdvisor, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 971/403 

The CRA Advisor, Summer 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/405 

The CRA Advisor, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. [The newsletter is also available on the World Wide 
Web at: http://www.state.ma.us/dob,] 974/444 

Division of Capital Planning and Operations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

The Dome's Going Undercover. 1997 5 p. 974/445 

Quarterly Production Report FY97. 1997 [unpaged] 972/392 

Request for Proposals to Lease Space. 1997 [var. pag] 971/404 

State of the State House, vol. 1, no. 1, June 1997. 1997 3 p. 973/406 

State of the State House, vol. 2, no. 2, July 1997. 1997 3 p. 973/407 
Office of Finance and Administration 

Quarterly Production Report FY97. 1996 [unpaged] 971/405 
Office of Real Estate 

Real Property Report, August 1, 1992 1992 212 p. 971/406 

Real Property Report, November 1993. 1993 236 p. 971/407 

RealPropertyReport, February 1995. 1995 244 p. 972/393 

Real Property Report, February 1997. 1997 172 p. 971/408 



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Division of Employee Relations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Agreement Between the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Alliance, AFSCME-SEIU and 
AFL-CIO April 1, 1986 to March 31, 1989. n.d. 192p. 971/409 



Division of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 021 14 

Occupational Opportunities. Your Guide to Job Prospects in Massachusetts. 1996 8 p. 
971/410 

Economic Research & Analysis 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts and the Major Metropolitan Statistical Areas: Annual 
Averages 1993 - 1996. 1997 41 p. [Prepared by the ES-202 Program.] 974/446 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts' Cities and Towns 1987 - 1996. 1997 123 p. 
[Prepared by the ES-202 Program.] 974/447 

Employment and Wages in Massachusetts and the Major Metropolitan Statistical Areas: Annual 
Averages 1993 - 1995. 1996 358 p. [Prepared by: ES-202 program.] 971/411 

Employmentand Wages State Summary 1995. 1996 28 p. [Prepared by: ES-202 program] 
971/412 

Employment and Wages State Summary 1996, n.d. 28 p. [Prepared by the ES-202 Program] 
974/448 

Economic Research Office 

Medical Security Plan Quarterly Update, May 1997, 1997 1 p. 973/408 

MedicalSecurityPlanQuarterlyUpdate, July 1997. 1997 1 p. 973/409 

Medical Security Plan Quarterly Update, September 30, 1997. 1997 1 p. 974/449 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report January 1997, 1997 8 p, 971/413 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/394 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1997. 1997 5 p. 974/450 

Unemployment Trust Fund, Quarterly Report, August 1 997. 1 997 6 p. 973/4 1 



Division of Employment Security 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 021 14 

Note: This agency is now called the Division of Employment and Training. 

Annual Report 1985. n.d. 8 p. 972/395 

Employment and Training Programs: Report to the Commerce and Labor Committee of the 
General Court. 1985 98 p.^ 971/414 

Industry Employment Projections: A MRIO (Multi-Regional Input-Output) Model Simulation 
(Revised). By Ruth E. Rowan 1977 142 p. 971/415 

Simplifying the Employment Security Laws for Employers, Revised Edition. 1978 59 p. 
971/416 



Division of Energj' Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts 1990 Greenhouse Gas Inventory. By Marika Tatsutani et al. 1996 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared in cooperation with the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management 
(NESCAUM).] 971/417 

Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Demonstration Program Steering Committee 

First Year Program Results. 1995 [var. pag.] p. 972/396 

Division of Fisheries & Wildlife 

lOOCambridgeStreet, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1993. n.d. 48 p. 971/418 

Field Headquarters 

Historical and Current Perspectives. By George L. Darey and Gwilym S. Jones 1997 13 p. 
973/411 

A Homeowner's Guide to Massachusetts Bats & Bat Problems, Revised 1997 Edition. By 
Thomas W. French et al. 1997 15 p. 973/412 

Massachusetts Wildlife Viewing Guide. By WiUiam J. Davis 1997 96 p. 972/397 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 47, no. 1. 1997 37 p. 972/398 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 47, no. 3,. 1997 37 p. 974/45 1 



Division of Food and Drugs 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Food Protection Program 
The Reporter, Volume 16, Issue 97-1. 1997 48 p. 974/452 



Division of Forests and Parks 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Seasonal Employee Handbook. 1997 23 p. 972/399 



Division of Health Care Finance and Policy 

Two Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

Note: On July 1, 1996, the Rate Setting Commission and the Department of Medical Security 

were consolidated to form the above-stated agency. 

Comparing Acute Care Hospital Emergency Department Costs. By Cindy Wacks et al. 1997 
38 p. 971/419 

Comparing Acute Care Hospital Emergency Department Costs. 1997 38 p. [This publication 
was in the 971 CHECKIST as 971/419. It was not filmed at that time.] 973/413 

Progress Notes: A Quarterly Newsletter for Massachusetts Health Care Quality Improvement 
Networks, Summer 1996. 1996 8 p. 973/414 

Progress Notes: A Quarterly Newsletter for Massachusetts Health Care Quality Improvement 
Networks, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/400 

Report on 1995 Economic and Financial Trends in Massachusetts Acute Care Hospitals. 1996 
21 p. 971/420 

Report on 1995 Economic and Financial Trends in Massachusetts Acute Care Hospitals, 1996 
21 p. [This publication was in the 971 CHECKIST as 971/420. It was not filmed at that time.] 
973/415 



Division of Health Care Quality 

10 West Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Frontier Group of Massachusetts, Inc. (Center for Optimum Care/Dalton): Follow-Up Findings, 
Notice of Determination of Immediate Jeopardy; Notice of Agency Action (Limitation on 
Admissions) and Removal of Jeopardy. 1996 [var. pag] 971/421 



Division of Insurance 

470 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 [var. pag] 971/422 

Annual Statement Notice 1996. 1997 22 p. 971/423 

Brief for the Commissioner. Commissioner v. Electric Mutual Liability Insurance Co., LTD. By 
J. David Leslie and Eric A, Smith 1997 [var. pag.] SJC Docket No. SJC-075 14 973/406 

Consumer Information Guide: The New Nongroup Health Insurance Plans in Massachusetts. 
1997 12 p. 974/453 

Note: The reports are classified as follows: B= Board of Review; C=Commomvealth Automobile 
Reinsurers (CAR); E=Enf or cement; F=Financial; G=General Regulation; M=Medical 
Malpractice; 
R= Rates and W= Workers' Compensation 

Docket No 88-27, Decision and Order Relative to Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers Fleet 
Rate Filing for Trucks, Tractors, Trailers and Private Passenger Type Vehicles for Commercial 
Automobile Insurance for Policy Year 1 989. 1 988 1 p. 973/4 1 7 

Docket No. 89-2, Proposed Combined Statistical & Peer Review Experience Rating Design: 
1990/91 Doctors' Medical Malpractice Insurance Rule Making: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint 
Underwriting Ass'n of Mass ("JUA") Physicians' and Surgeons' Experience Rating from July 1, 
1990. 1989 18 p. 973/418 

Docket No. B90-1, Order on Petitioner's Motion for a Stay: Burton A. Waisbren, Jr., M.D. 
FACCv. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1991 2 p. 973/419 

Docket No. B90-6; Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order: Dr. Gerald Grasso, et al. v. 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1996 23 p. 974/454 

Docket No. B90-6; Order: Dr. Gerald Grasso, et al. v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. 1996 4 p. 974/455 

Docket No. B90-7; Order on Petitioner's Motions to Consolidate and for a Stay of Findings and 
Rulings: Robert L. Kelley M.D. v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1992 14 p. 
974/456 

Docket No. B91-3; Order of Dismissal Without Prejudice: Douglas G Vrona, D M D., FAG D 
V. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1993 4 p. 974/457 

Docket No. B91-4, Order: Richard Payne, M.D v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. 1993 [var. pag.] 974/458 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. B92-2, Petitioners and Respondents Stipulation of Dismissal: Scott H. Kaye, D.P.M. 
V. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1992 20 p. 974/459 

Docket No. B92-3; Decision and Order Concerning the Petitioners Standing and the Jurisdiction 
of the Board of Review; Ann M. Sullivan and Another v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. 1992 4 p. 974/460 

Docket No. B92-3; Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order: Ann M. Sullivan, et al. v. 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1996 17 p. 974/461 

Docket No. B92-4; Board of Review: Paul E. Jondle, DC. and Associated Chiropractic Services, 
Inc. V. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1995 4 p. 974/462 

Docket No. B93-I; Memorandum of Decision and Order, Including Findings of Fact and 
Conclusions of Law: Athan Savas, D.D.S. v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 
1994 [var. pag,] 974/463 

Docket No. B95-2, Memorandum of Decision and Order Granting Summary Decision for Delta 
Dental Plan of Massachusetts: Town of Marion and Debra Blanchette v. Delta Dental Plan of 
Massachusetts. 1997 lip. 974/464 

Docket No. B95-2; Preliminary Order: Town of Marion and Debra Blanchette v. Delta Dental 
Plan of Massachusetts. 1996 8 p. 974/465 

Docket No. B96-1, Board Review: Rehabilitation Achievement Center v. Blue Cross and Blue 
Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1997 1 p. 974/466 

Docket No. B96-2; Board Review: Hoong Sen Leong v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. 1997 1 p. 974/467 

Docket No. B96-3; Board Review of Docket No.: Desiree P. Kiehn, DC. v. Blue Cross and Blue 
Shield of Massachusetts Inc. 1997 1 p. 974/468 

. Docket No. B96-4; Order of Dismissal: Estate of Frederick W. Fleming v. Blue Cross and Blue 
Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1997 1 p. 972/401 

Docket No. B97-2, Order of Dismissal: Lillian Hadgi v. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. 1997 1 p. 974/471 

Docket No. C94-1; Decision and Order: In the Matter of Ansaldi Insurance 
Agency/Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1994 22 p. 973/420 

Docket No. C94-2; Decision and Order: In re Empire Insurance Agency/Commonwealth 
Automobile Reinsurers. 1994 4 p. 973/421 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No C94-4; Decision and Order: Cullinane Turn Key Insurance. By 
Agency/Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers 1994 4 p. 974/422 

Docket No. C94-8; Order: Arnica Mutual Insurance Co., v. Commonwealth Automobile 
Reinsurers. 1995 22 p. 973/423 

Docket No. C94-9; Decision and Order on Motion to Dismiss: Appeal of Coverall Insurance 
Agency from a Decision of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 8 p. 973/424 

Docket No. C94-10, Decision and Order: Appeal of Liberty Mutual Life Insurance Co. from a 
Decision of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1994 12 p. 973/425 

Docket No. C94-1 1; Decision and Order: Appeal of the Vincent Leone Insurance Agency of a 
Decision ofCommonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 13 p. 973/426 

Docket No. C94-12; Decision and Order: Appeal of the Seymour J. Davidoff Insurance Agency 
ofa Decision ofCommonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 13 p. 973/427 

Docket No. C94-13; Order on Motion to Dismiss and Demand for Summary Judgment: Appeal 
of Robert Firnstein ofa Decision of the Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 11 p. 
973/428 

Docket No. C95-1 ;Decision and Order: Appeal of George Labutis from a Decision of 
Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 7 p. 973/429 

Docket No. C95-2; Order on Motion of the John Hancock Property and Casualty Insurance 
Company to Stay Proceedings: Empire Insurance Agency v. John Hancock Property and Casualty 
Insurance Company. 1996 1 p. 973/430 

Docket No. C95-6; Decision and Order: Trust Insurance Company v. Commonweahh 
Automobile Reinsurers (Arnica Mutual Insurance Company). 1995 9 p. 973/43 1 

Docket No. C95-7; Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Michael Gajewski, d/b/a G & G Insurance 
Agency, ofa Decision of the Commonwealth Automobile Insurers. 1996 1 p. 973/432 

Docket No. C95-8, Decision and Order: Appeal of United States Fidelity & Guarantee Insurance 
Company from a Decision ofCommonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1997 7 p. 972/402 

Docket No C95-8, Decision and Order on Motions: Appeal of United States Fidelity & 
Guarantee Insurance Company from a Decision ofCommonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1997 
7 p. 973/433 

Docket No. C95-9; Decision and Order: Appeal of the S.B. Koehler Insurance 
Agency ofa Decision of Commoweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 7 p. 973/434 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. C95-10, Decision and Order: Appeal of the Mary V. Alphen Insurance Agency of a 
Decision of the Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 4 p. 973/435 

Docket No. C96-1, Decision and Order; Appeal of R.W. Christian Insurance Agency from a 
Decision of Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1996 12 p. 973/436 

Docket No. C96-2; Decision and Order: Appeal of the Joseph LaPiana Insurance Agency of a 
Decision of Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1997 7 p. 973/437 

Docket No. C96-3;Order on Motion to Dismiss: Worcester Insurance Company and Trust 
Insurance Company V. Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1997 6 p. 972/403 

Docket No. C97-1; Decision and Order: Matter of Proposed Amendment to Rule 10 of the 
Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers' Rules of Operation. 1997 4 p. 974/472 

Docket No. E90-1; Decision: Division of Insurance v. Raymond Zonghetti and the Somerville 
Insurance Agency, Inc. 1990 7 p. 974/473 

Docket No. E90-2; Order: Division of Insurance v. Stephen R. Colletti, Individually, and Colletti 
Insurance Agency, Inc. 1990 3 p. 974/474 

Docket No. E90-3; Decision: Division of Insurance v. Ronald J. Stidsen, Individually, dba 
Stidsen Associates, and Ronald J. Stidsen Insurance Agency, Inc. 1990 14 p. 974/475 

Docket No. E90-4; Decision: Division of Insurance v. Brian J. Skinner. 1990 6 p. 974/476 

Docket No. E90-5; Order on Appeal of the Respondent John F. Zullo from the Decision of the 
Hearing Officer: Division of Insurance v. John F. Zullo. 1990 lip. 974/477 

Docket No. E90-6; Consent Order: Division of Insurance v. David G. Pietro Individually and as 
an Officer of Mid-State Insurance Agency, Inc. and as an Officer of James E. Miles Insurance 
Agency, Inc. 1993 2 p. 974/478 

Docket No. E90-7; Decision: Division of Insurance v. Kevin Ryan, Individually and dba Ryan 
Insurance Agency. 1990 7 p. 974/479 

Docket No. E90-9; Consent Order: Division of Insurance v. Robert P. Zahka, Jr., Individually 
and dba Robert P. Zahka Insurance Agency, Inc. 1990 3 p. 974/480 

Docket No. E90-10; Consent Order: Division of Insurance v. David Reed Tuxbury, Individually 
and dba Tuxbury Insurance Agency. 1991 7 p. 974/481 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E90-12; Decision; Division of Insurance v. Jeffrey T. Southmayd. 1991 6 p. 
974/482 

Docket No. E90-13; Consent Order: Michael Spagnuolo v. Division of Insurance 1991 9 p. 

974/483 

Docket No. E91-1; Consent Order: Division of Insurance v. Keith A. Wood. 1991 [var. pag.] 
974/484 

Docket No. E91-2; Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Henry Graves, Individually and 
dbaH.R. Graves & Sons Insurance Agency. 1991 8 p. 974/485 

Docket No. E91-4; Decision and Order: In Re Francesco Saladini Society. 1991 14 p. 
974/486 

Docket No E91-5; Decision and Order: Zhanna Voronov, dba Omega Insurance Agency v. 
Division of Insurance. 1991 14 p. 973/438 

Docket No. E91-7; Consent Order: Division of Insurance v. Ronald E. Cranmer, Individually and 
dba Ronald E. Cranmer Insurance Agency. 1991 3 p. 973/439 

Docket No. E91-8; Consent Decree: Division of Insurance v. Alfred D. Jordan II, Insurance 
Diagnostics of Massachusetts, Inc., and Beacon Underwriters Insurance Agency, Inc. 1991 5 p. 
973/440 

Docket No. E91-10; Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Nancy M. Kenney, Kenney 
Insurance Agency, Inc., and Kenney Associates Insurance Advisers, Inc. 1992 16 p. 973/441 

Docket No. E91-1 1; Petitioner's Motion for a Decision Based on the Pleadings Pursuant to 801 
CMR 1.10(7)(e). 1992 6p. 973/442 

Docket No. E91-12; Consent Order: Division of Insurance v. Elliot I. London. 1995 5 p. 
973/443 

Docket No. E92-1; Consent Decree: Division of Insurance v. Dorothy A. Gates. 1995 3 p 
973/444 

Docket No. E92-2; Order: Division of Insurance v. Steven L. Sal vatore. 1993 14 p. 974/487 

Docket No. E92-6, Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Robert Ward Knil. 
1992 11 p. 974/488 

Docket No. E92-7, Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Ronald M Waxman and All 
Kinds Insurance Agency, Inc. 1994 [var. pag.] 974/489 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E92-8; Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Mark W. Baldwin. 1992 2 p. 
974/490 

Docket No. E92-9; Decision; Division of Insurance v. Maryanne Conley. 1993 7 p. 974/491 
Docket No. E92- 10; Consent Decree; Division of Insurance v. Joseph P. Blanche. 1992 4 p. 
973/445 

Docket No. E92-12, Consent Agreement; Division of Insurance v. Roger P. Doucette and Adele 
J. Doucette, dba Oak Tree Insurance Agency, 1997 3 p. 973/446 

Docket No. E92-13; Final Decision and Order; Division of Insurance v. Frank P. Pignone, Jr., 
Individually and dba Mahalo Insurance Agency. 1992 2 p. 973/447 

Docket No. E92-14; Consent Decree; Division of Insurance v. Joseph M. O'Brien, Jr. 1993 4 p. 
973/448 

Docket No. E93-1; Decision and Order; Division of Insurance v. Robert Mongeau and Mongeau 
Insurance Agency, Inc. 1994 9 p. 974/492 

Docket No. E93-2; Decision; Division of Insurance v. John Clark Daly. 1993 7 p. 973/449 

Docket No. E93-3; Consent Decree; Division of Insurance v. Robert A. Pinch. 1993 5 p. 
974/493 

Docket No. E93-4; Findings, Decision and Order; Division of Insurance v. Michael B. Doyle. 
1994 16 p. 973/450 

Docket No. E93-7; Order of Dismissal; Kevin J. Casey, Kevin J. Casey Insurance Agency, Inc., 
Southampton Insurance Agency, Inc. v. Division of Insurance. 1993 3 p. 973/451 

Docket No. E93-8; Findings, Conclusion and Order on Division of Insurance's Motion for Default 
Judgement and Motion for Decision on the Pleadings; Division of Insurance v. Joseph C. Dutra. 
1994 5 p. 973/452 

Docket No. E93-9; Consent Decree; Division of Insurance v. Robert Melnik, and Melnik 
Insurance Agency, Inc. 1993 4 p. 973/453 

Docket No. E93-10, Findings, Decision and Order; Division of Insurance v. Garnet Marcotte and 
G.M. Insurance Agency, Inc. 1994 7 p. 974/494 

Docket No. E93-1 1; Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. William J. Degnan. 
1993 4 p. 974/495 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E93-12, Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. William Q 
MacLean, Jr., Individually and as an Officer of Cornish & Co., Inc. 1994 16 p. 974/496 

Docket No. E93-13; Consent Decree: Division of Insurance v. Albert P. DeCristoforo and 
Human Services Insurance Agency Corp. 1993 4 p. 974/497 

Docket No. E93- 14; Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Michael J. Hogan. 1994 2 p. 
974/498 

Docket No. E93-15, Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for DefauU 
Judgment: Division of Insurance v. Charles D. Miller, Vendome Insurance Agency, Inc and 
Robert L. Summers Insurance Agency, Inc. 1994 6 p. 974/499 

Docket No. E93-16, Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Default 
Judgment: Division of Insurance v. Richard L. Carrington. 1994 8 p. 974/500 

Docket No. E93-17; Division of Insurance v. Benjamin Kaletski. 1995 6 p. 973/454 

Docket No. E93- 19; Consent Decree: Dennis M. Hayden v. Division of Insurance. 1994 2 p. 

973/455 

Docket No. E93-19, Consent Decree: Sheldon Prenovitz v. Division of Insurance. 1994 3 p. 
973/456 

Docket No. E93-20; Consent Decree: Sherman McKenzie v. Division of Insurance. 1994 3 p. 
973/457 

Docket No. E93-21; Notice of Revocation of License: Propac-Mass, Inc. 1993 4 p. 973/458 

Docket No. E93-22; Consent Decree: Gerald W. Nannen v. Division of Insurance. 1994 2 p. 
973/459 

Docket No. E94-1, Consent Decree: Barry Brown v. Division of Insurance. 1994 3 p. 
973/460 

Docket No. E94-2; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Joseph T. Palumbo. 1994 2 p. 
974/501 

Docket No. E94-3; Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Kevin McDermott. 
1994 8 p. 974/502 

Docket No. E94-4, Consent Decree: Curt C. Peterson v. Division of Insurance. 1994 3 p. 
974/503 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E94-5, Consent Decree: Division of Insurance v. Jeffrey Stewart Windle. 1994 4 p. 

974/504 

Docket No. E94-6; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Stephen A. Goll, dba S.A. Goil 
Insurance Co., S.A. Goll Insurance. 1994 4 p. 974/505 

Docket No. E94-8; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Robert F. Jackson. 1994 2 p. 
974/506 

Docket No. E94-9; Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order: Division of Insurance v. 
GaryW. Hamum. 1995 lip. 974/507 

Docket No. E94-10; Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Decision on the 
Pleadings: Division of Insurance v. Linda J. Bustin. 1994 4 p. 974/508 

Docket No. E94-1 1; Consent Decree: Division of Insurance v. Alan K. Fowler. 1994 3 p. 
974/509 

Docket No. E94-12; Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Decision on the 
Pleadings: Divisionof Insurance v. Shaun P. Corcoran. 1994 5 p. 974/510 

Docket No. E94- 13; Decision and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Decision on the Pleadings: 
Division of Insurance V. Sandra Gil. 1995 10 p. 974/511 

Docket No. E94-14, Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. William T. Shaheen. 1994 2 
p. 973/461 

Docket No. E94-15; Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Entry of Defauh 
Motion for Decision on the Pleadings Motion for Summary Decision: Division of Insurance v. 
Susan A. Jeserki, 1994 5 p. 974/512 

Docket No. E94-17; Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Richard D'Isidoro. 
1994 21 p. 974/513 

Docket No. E94-1 7; Order of Clarification on Ruling to Allow Additional Hearing: Division of 
Insurance V. Richard D'Isidoro. 1994 6 p. 974/514 

Docket No. E94-17, Order on Respondent's Motions: Division of Insurance v. Richard D'Isidoro. 
1994 8 p. 974/515 

Docket No. E94-19; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Robert W. Casaletto. 1995 4 
p. 974/516 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E94-20; Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order: Division of Insurance v. 
GeorgeW. David. 1995 40p. 974/517 

Docket No E94-20; Order on Respondent's Motion to Continue Prehearing Conference and His 
Request to Supplement His Response to Petitioner's Prehearing Memorandum of Law: Division of 
Insurance v. George W. David. 1994 2 p. 974/518 

Docket No. E94-20; Order on Respondent's Motion to Serve Interrogatories: Division fo 
Insurance V. George W. David. 1994 5 p. 974/519 

Docket No. E94-20; Order on Respondent's Objection to the Admission into Evidence of Exhibit 
43 for Identification and Respondent's Motion to Waive Oral Closing Argument and Establishment 
of Briefing Schedule: Division of Insurance v. George W. David. 1995 6 p. 974/520 

Docket No. E94-21; Consent Agreement: Sally Leonard v. Division of Insurance. 1994 2 p. 
974/521 

Docket No. E94-22, Consent Agreement: Anthony M. Fusco v. Division of Insurance. 1995 
3 p. 973/462 

Docket No. E94-24; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Stewart Kusinitz and Joseph 
Saravo, Individually and dba I.J. Reahy. 1995 2 p. 974/523 

Docket No. E94-2 5; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Nicolo D'Angelo. 1995 2 p. 
974/524 

Docket No. E95-1; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. David M. Birch. 1995 3 p. 

974/525 

Docket No. E95-2; Consent Decree: Division of Insurance v. Claude V. Lochet. 1995 4 p. 
974/526 

Docket No. E95-3, Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Decision on the 
Pleadings: Division of Insurance v. Nancy C. Savage. 1995 10 p. 974/527 

Docket No. E95-4; Petitioner's Motion to Withdraw Order to Show Cause: Division of Insurance 
V. Andrew W. Babb, Sr. 1995 2 p. 974/528 

Docket No. E95-5; Order on Petitioner's Motions for Decision on the Pleadings: Division of 
Insurance v. Michael S. Burbridge. 1995 5 p. 974/529 

Docket No. E95-6, Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motion for Decision on the 
Pleadings: Division of Insurance v. James F. Hourihan, dba Savin Hill Ins. Agency. 1995 4 p. 
974/530 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E95-7; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Michael Gajewski. 1995 3 p. 
974/531 

Docket No. E95-9; Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Constance I. 
Francisco. 1996 7 p. 974/532 

Docket No. E95-10; Findings, Decision and Order: Division of Insurance v. Robert P. Dolan. 
1996 6 p. 974/533 

Docket No. E95-1 1; Findings of Fact, Decision and Order: Harold Swartz v. Division of 
Insurance. 1996 10 p. 974/534 

Docket No. E95-12, Findings, Decision and Order: George K. McCarthy v. Division of 
Insurance. 1996 8 p. 974/535 

Docket No. E95-13, Order: Appeal of F. Darrel Lindsey of a Denial of an Application for a 
Broker's License. 1996 1 p. 974/536 

Docket No. E95-14; Order on Motion to Dismiss: E. Paul Tinsley v. Division of Insurance. 1996 
4 p. 974/537 

Docket No. E96-1; Decision: Division of Insurance v. Fritz M. Molard. 1996 5 p. 974/538 

Docket No. E96-3; Decision: Division of Insurance v. Sidney Goldman dba Bay Harbor 
Insurance Agency. 1996 5 p. 974/539 

Docket No. E96-4; Decision and Order: Elie Hajjar v. Division of Insurance. 1996 5 p. 

974/540 

Docket No. E96-5; Decision: Peter J. Janeczek v. Division of Insurance. 1996 6 p. 974/541 

Docket No. E96-6; Division of Insurance, Petitioner v Peter Cahill, Respondent: Decision, 
Findings and Order. 1997 3 p. 972/404 

Docket No. E96-8; Findings, Conclusion and Order on Petitioner's Motions for Entry of Default 
and Decision on the Pleadings: Division of Insurance v. William Coletti, dba Olde Salem 
Insurance Agency. 1997 5 p. 974/542 

Docket No. E97-2; Consent Decree: Kitchell v. Division of Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/405 

Docket No. E97-4, E97-3; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Frederick C. Bradway, 
Jr. 1997 4 p. 973/463 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. E97-5, E97-7; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Kurt A. Blaha. 1997 5 
p. 974/543 

Docket No. F94-1 ; Decision and Order: In Re the Acquisition of Sentry Investors Life Insurance 
Co. by the Indianapolis Life Insurance Co. and the Indianapolis Life Group. 1994 2 p. 974/544 

Docket No. F95-1 ; Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Order: Plan of Reorganization of 
State Mutual Life Assurance Co. of America. 1995 60 p. 973/464 

Docket No. F95-2, Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Acquisition of 
Abington Mutual Insurance Co. by Donegal Mutual Insurance Co. 1995 10 p. 974/545 

Docket No. F95-3; Memorandum of Decision and Order: The Proposed Acquisition of Control 
of Electric Insurance Co. 1995 5 p. 974/546 

Docket No. F95-4; Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Plan of Conversion of the 
Massachusetts Employers Insurance Exchange. 1996 8 p. 974/547 

Docket No. F95-5, Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Proposed Merger 
of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. with Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. 1996 29 
p. 974/548 

Docket No. F96-1; Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Acquisition of 
Control of First International Life Insurance Co. by The Guardian Insurance & Annuity Co., Inc. 
1996 4 p. 974/549 

Docket No F96-4, In the Matter of the Stock Purchase Agreement Between PSI Holdings Inc. 
and General Re Corp. 1996 4 p. 974/550 

Docket No. F96-5, Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Proposed Merger 
of New England Mutual Life Insurance Company with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. 
1996 43 p. 973/465 

Docket No. F96-6, Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Acquisition of 
Control of Massachusetts General Life Insurance Co. by Conseco, Inc. and LPG Acquisition Co. 
1996 4 p. 974/551 

Docket No. F96-7, Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Acquisition of 
Control of Masswest Insurance Co. by Blue Ridge Insurance Co. 1996 4 p. 974/552 

Docket No. F97-1, Memorandum of Decision and Order, Introduction and Procedural 
Background: In the Matter of the Acquisition of the Paul Revere Life Insurance Co. and the Paul 
Revere Variable Annuity Insurance Co. 1997 5 p. 974/553 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. F97-2; Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Acquisition of 
Control of American PoHcyholders Insurance Co. by Mutual Group Ltd./Mutual Risk Management, 
Ltd. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/466 

Docket No. F97-3; Memorandum of Decision and Order In the Matter of the Acquisition of 
Control of Peoples Service Insurance Co. by Concord General Mutual Insurance Co. 1997 6 p. 
974/554 

Docket No. G-2; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1976 Automobile Property Damage 
Coverage Rates. 1976 [var. pag.] 972/406 

Docket No. G-6; Opinion, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among Motor 
Vehicle Insurers. 1977 59 p. 972/407 

Docket No. G-6; Supplementary Opinion and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicle Insurers. 1977 8 p. 972/408 

Docket No. G89-12; Doctors' Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Decision 1990/91 Doctors' 
Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Setting, Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of 
Mass. ("JUA") Physicians' and Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1990. 1990 51 p. 
973/467 

Docket No. G89-12; Opinion, Findings and Decision Regarding Massachusetts Medical 
Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association's 1990/91 Policies for Physicians and Surgeons: 
Requests for an Emergency Medicine Risk-Management Discount and to Renew the 
Anesthesiologists Risk-Management Discount. 1990 99 p. 973/468 

Docket No. G89-13; Hospital Rate Decision: 1990/91 Hospitals' Medical Malpractice Insurance 
Rate Settings: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of Mass ("JUA") Hospitals' Rates 
to be Effective July 1, 1990. 1990 2 p. 973/469 

Docket No. G89-14; Rate Decision: 1990/91 Nurse Midwives' Medical Malpractice Insurance 
Rate Settings: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of Mass ("JUA") Nurse 
Midwives' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1990. 1990 3 p. 973/470 

Docket No. G89-1 5; Dentists' Medical Malpractice Rate Decision: 1990/91 Dentists' Medical 
Malpractice Insurance Rate Settings: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of Mass 
("JUA") Dentists' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1990. 1990 17 p. 973/471 

Docket No. G89- 1 8, G89- 1 9 and G89-2 1 ; Stipulation: 1 990 Private Passenger Automobile Rates. 
1989 19 p. 973/472 

Docket No. G89-18, G89-19, G89-21; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1990 Automobile 
Insurance Rates. 1989 91 p. 973/4 72 A 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. G90-01; Opinion, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicle Insurers. 1990 18 p. 973/473 

Docket No G90-5; Findings and Order Concerning the Application of Teachers Insurance 
Company to Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Rates for 1990. 1990 4 p. 973/474 

Docket No. G90-06; Findings and Order Concerning the Acquisition of Massachusetts General 
Life Insurance Co. by HMS Insurance Holdings, Inc. and General Electric Capital Corp. 1990 4 p. 

974/555 

Docket No. G90-7; Order Concerning the Filing of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, 
Inc. for Proposed Managed Major Medical Rates to be Effective on and after May 1, 1990. 1990 
60 p. 973/475 

Docket No G90-7; Order Concerning the Revised Filing of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. for Proposed Managed Major Medical Rates to be Effective on and after 
September 1, 1990 and for Proposed New Deductible Plan Rates to be Effective on and after 
January 1, 1991. 1990 10 p. 973/476 

Docket No. G90-09; Decision on Dental Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rates: 
1991/92 Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Setting: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting 
Ass'n of Mass. ("JUA") Dentists' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1991. 1991 5 p. 973/477 

Docket No. G90-10; Decision on 1991/92 Deferred Premium Liability ("DPL"): Medical 
Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n Of MA, Physicians' & Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1, 
1991. 1991 15 p. 973/478 

Docket No. G90-10; Decision on Doctors 1991/92 Medical Malpractice Insurance Rates: 
1991/92 Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Setting: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting 
Ass'n of Mass. ("JUA") Physicians and Surgeons" Rates to be Effective July 1, 1991. 1991 1 1 p. 
973/479 

Docket No. G90-1 1; Decision on Hospital Rates for 1991/92: 1991/92 Medical Malpractice 
Insurance Rate Setting: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of Mass. ("JUA") 
Hospitals' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1991. 1991 4 p. 973/480 

Docket No. G90-12; Decision on Rates: 1990/91 Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Settings: 
Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of Mass ("JUA") Nurse-Midwives' Rates to be 
Effective July 1, 1991. 1991 3 p. 973/481 

Docket No. G90-13; Decision on Hospital and General Liability Rates for 1992/93: 1992/93 
Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Setting, Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of 
Mass. ("JUA") Hospitals' and General Liability Rates to be Effective July 1. 1992. 1992 4 p. 
973/482 



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Docket No. G90-14 and G90-17; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1991 Automobile Insurance 
Rates. 1991 151 p. 973/483 

Docket No. G90-15; Decision and Order Concerning the Hearings to Fix and Establish 1991 
Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates Fraudulent Claims Payment Issues. 1990 16 p. 
973/484 

Docket No. G90-20; Decision and Order: Relative to Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers 
Fleet and Non-Fleet Rate Filing for Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, and Private Passenger Type Vehicle 
InsuranceforPolicy Year 1991. 1990 12 p. 973/485 

Docket No. G90-21; Decision and Order: Appeal of Robert E. Bouchie, Jr. of the Decision of the 
Governing Committee of Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers to Deny Application for 
Appointment. 1990 4 p. 973/486 

Docket No. G90-22; Decision and Order: Appeal of Richard A. McCarran of the Decision of the 
Governing Committee of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers to Deny Application for 
Appointment. 1990 4 p. 973/487 

Docket No. G90-23; Decision and Order: Appeal of Julian D. Frattalone of the Decision of the 
Governing Committee of Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers to Deny Application for 
Appointment. 1990 3 p. 973/488 • 

Docket No. G90-35, G90-36, G90-37, G90-38; In Re Filing of the Worker's Compensation 
Rating and Inspection Bureau, 1990 10 p. 973/489 

Docket No. G90-44; Order Concerning the Filing of the Workers' Compensation Rating and 
Inspection Bureau for Proposed Workers' Compensation Insurance Rates to be Effective on and 
after January 1, 1991. 1990 [var. pag.] 973/490 

Docket No. G91-1; Decision and Order: Appeal of William S. Roberts Insurance Agency, Inc. of 
the Decision of the Governing Committee of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers to Deny 
Application for Appointment. 1991 3 p. 973/491 

Docket No. G91-2; Decision and Order: Appeal of The Wooller Agency of the Decision of the 
Governing Committee of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers to Deny Application for 
Appointment. 1991 3 p. 973/492 

Docket No. G91-4; Findings and Order Concerning the Application of Teachers Insurance 
Company to Deviate From Private Passenger Automobile Rates for 1990. 1991 4 p. 973/493 

Docket No. G91-8; American Universal Appeal from CAR Governing Committee Denial. 1991 
1 p. 973/494 



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Division of Insurance, continued- 
Docket No. G91-9, Decision and Order: Appeal of Herve N Vezina of the Decision of the 
Governing Committee of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers to Deny Application for 
Appointment. 1991 4 p. 973/495 

Docket No G91-10; Findings and Order Concerning the Acquisition of Life of Boston Insurance 
Company by Equity Benefit Life Insurance Co. 1991 17 p. 974/556 

Docket No G91-12; Decision on Doctors' 1992/93 Medical Malpractice Insurance Rates; 
1992/93 Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Settings; Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting 
Ass'n of Mass. ("JUA") Physicians' and Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1992. 1992 12 p. 
973/496 

Docket No. G9 1 - 1 4; Decision on Dental Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rates: 1 992/93 
Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Setting: Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of 
Mass. ("JUA") Dentists' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1992. 1992 8 p. 973/497 

Docket No. G91-15, Decision on Nurse-Midwives Medical Liability Rates for 1992/93: 1992/93 
Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Setting, Re: Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Ass'n of 
Mass. ("JUA") Nurse-Midwife Malpractice Liability Rates to be Effective July 1. 1992. 1992 2 p. 
973/498 

Docket No. G91-19, G91-20 and G91-21; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1992 Automobile 
Insurance Rates. 1992 Up. 973/499 

Docket No. G91-23; Decision and Order Relative to Commonweahh Automobile Insurers Fleet 
and Non-Fleet Rate Filing for Trucks, Tractors, Trailers and Private Passenger Type Vehicles for 
Commercial Motor Vehicle Insurance for Policy Year 1991. 1991 4 p. 973/500 

Docket No. G91-25; Findings, Conclusion and Order Concerning the Filing of Blue Cross and 
Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed Medex Rates and Certificates to be Effective On 
and After January 1, 1992. 1992 146 p. 974/557 

Docket No. G91-25; Findings, Rulings and Order Concerning the Revised filing of Blue Cross 
and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed Medex Rates and Certificates to be Effective 
On and After January 1, 1992. 1991 8 p. 974/558 

Docket No. G91-35; Findings and Order Relative to the Need for and Amount of Provisions in 
Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance to Recoup Amounts Paid to the Massachusetts 
Insurers Insolvency Fund. 1991 4 p. 973/501 

Docket No. G91-36; Decision on the Motion of the State Rating Bureau to Disapprove the Filing 
of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau and of the Motion of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for an Order Permitting Amendment of its Filing. 
1992 16 p. 973/502 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. G91-42; Decision and Order: Rehearing of Appeal by Richard D'Isidoro Against 
Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1994 6 p. 973/503 

Docket No. G9 1-43; Decision and Order in Driver Leasing Services, Inc. n.d. 12 p. 973/504 

Docket No. G92-2; Findings and Order Concerning the Application of Teachers Insurance 
Company to Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates for 1992. 1992 4 p. 
973/505 Docket No. G92-12; Order Concerning the Revised Filing of Blue Cross and Blue Shield 
of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed Nongroup Rates and Certificates to be Effective On and After 
September 1, 1992. 1993 2 p. 974/563 

Docket No. G92-4, Memorandum of Decision and Order: In the Matter of The Proposed 
Acquisition of First International Life Insurance Co. 1992 3 p. 974/559 

Docket No. G92-7; Decision and Order: Appeal of Leominster Hospital from a Determination of 
the Worker's Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1995 8 p. 974/560 

Docket No. G92-8, Order of Dismissal Without Prejudice: NYPRO, Inc. v. Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1994 3 p. 974/561 

Docket No. G92-9; Zampell Refractories V. Liberty Mutual. 1992 2 p. 974/562 

Docket No. G92-14; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice and General Liability 
Insurance Rate Making for Hospitals', Clinics', Laboratories', and Community Health Centers' 
Rates to be Effective July 1, 1993. 1993 2 p. 973/506 

Docket No. G92-1 5; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rate 
Making for Physicians and Surgeons Rates to be Effective July 1, 1993. 1993 3 p. 973/507 

Docket No. G92-16; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Making for 
Dentists' and Oral Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1993. 1993 2 p. 973/508 

Docket No. G92-17; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rate 
Making For Nurse- Midwives' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1993. 1993 2 p. 973/509 

Docket No. G92-19, Opinion, Findings and Order Relative to Rating Territories and 
Classificationsfor Automobile Insurance for 1993. 1992 13 p. 973/510 

Docket No. G92-21, G92-22, G92-23; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1993 Automobile 
Insurance Rates. 1992 134 p. 973/5 lOA 

Docket No. G92-24; Findings, Decision and Order Relative to the Petition of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating & Inspection Bureau to Recoup Amounts Paid Due to Adjustments Related 
to Medical Malpractice Insurance. 1992 6 p. 974/564 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. G92-25, Decision, Findings &. Order Concerning the Filing of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for Proposed Workers' Compensation Insurance Rates 
to be Effective on and after July 1 , 1 992. 1 992 [var. pag.] 973/5 1 1 

Docket No. G92-27; Findings and Decision Concerning the Proposed Mass. Limited Other States 
Endorsement WC 20 03 06. 1992 13 p. 973/512 

Docket No. G92-28; Order Concerning the Revised Filing of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Mass., Inc. of Proposed Medex Rates and Certificates to be Effective An and After January 1, 

1993. 1993 6 p. 974/565 

Docket No. G93-1; Findings, Conclusion and Order Concerning the Filing of Blue Cross and Blue 
Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed Nongroup Rates and Certificates to be Effective On and 
Ailer September 1, 1993. 1993 77 p. 974/566 

Docket No. G93-1; Order Concerning the Revised Filing of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Mass., 
Inc. of Proposed Nongroup Rates and Certificates to be Effective On and After September 1, 1993. 
1993 2 p. 974/567 

Docket No. G93-14; Final Order: In the Matter of American Transportation Insurance Company, 
Inc. 1993 4 p. 973/513 

Docket No. G93-17, Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Making For 
Dentists' and Oral Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1994. 1994 2 p. 973/5 14 

Docket No. G93-18, Final Decision and Order: Health Care Providers' General Liability 
Insurance Rate Making for Rates to be Effective July 1, 1994. 1994 2 p. 973/515 

Docket No. G93-19; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Making for 
Hospitals', Clinics' Laboratories' and Community Heahh Centers' for Rates to be Effective July 1, 

1994. 1994 2 p. 973/516 

Docket No. G93-19; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rate 
Making for Hospitals', Clinics', Laboratories' and Community Health Centers' Rates to be Effective 
July 1, 1994. 1994 2 p. 973/517 

Docket No. G93-20; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rate 
Making for Physicians' and Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1 , 1 994. 1 994 3 p. 973/5 1 8 

Docket No. G93-21; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rate 
Making for Nurse-Midwives' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1994. 1994 2 p. 973/5 19 

Docket No. G93-22; Decision and Order: In the Matter of Commonwealth Automobile 
Reinsurers V. Trust Insurance Company. 1993 13 p. 973/520 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. G93-23; Decision and Order: Peter Kenyon v. Commonwealth Automobile 
Reinsurers, 1994 6 p. 973/521 

Docket No. G93-24, G93-25, G93-26; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1994 Automobile 
Insurance Rates. 1993 89 p. 973/521 A 

Docket No. G93-24, G93-26 and G92-21 ; Stipulation: 1994 Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance Rates, Fraud Case and Main Rate Case; 1 993 Private Passenger Automobile Insurance 
Rates, Fraud Case Remand. 1993 8 p. 973/522 

Docket No. G93-27; Memorandum of Order: In Re Hearing on Filing of Blue Cross and Blue 
Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. of Proposed Medex Rates and Certificates to be Effective On and 
After January 1, 1994. 1993 5 p. 974/568 

Docket No. G93-29; Order and Decision: Robert J. Fimstein vs. Commonwealth Automobile 
Reinsurers. 1994 22 p. 973/523 

Docket No. G93-30; Decision and Order: In the Matter of Herve N. Vezina. 1993 5 p. 
973/524 

Docket No. G93-3 1; Decision on Rule 20 Appeal: Trust Insurance Company v. Commonwealth 
Automobile Reinsurers, et al. 1996 14 p. 973/525 

Docket No. G93-34; Order of Dismissal: Trust Insurance Company v. M.H. Bonacorso Insurance 
Agency, Inc. and Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 2 p. 973/526 

Docket No. G93-39; Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Merger of the Travelers 
Corporation and Primerica Corporation. 1993 2 p. 973/527 

Docket No. G93-42 and C94-3, Appeal of Amica Insurance Co., et al. of a Decision of 
Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers; Appeal of the Norfolk & Dedham Insurance Co. of a 
Decision of the Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 15 p. 973/528 

Docket No. G93-42 and C94-3, Order on Motions of the Hartford Accident and Indemnity 
Company to Dismiss and to Provide a Written Statement of the Basis for this Appeal; Order on 
Motion of the Amica Insurance Company, et al. to Determine the Scope of the Record and Scope of 
the Hearing on this Appeal: Appeal of Amica Insurance Company, et al. of a Decision of 
Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers, Appeal of the Norfolk and Dedham Insurance Company of 
a Decision of the Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 15 p. 973/529 

Docket No. G93-42; Order on Motion to Compel Return or Retention of Funds: Appeal of the 
Amica Insurance Company, et al. of a Decision of Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers. 1995 
5 p. 973/530 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. G93-44, Decision and Order: In the Matter of the Merger of the Travelers 
Corporation and Primerica Corporation. 1988 7 p. 974/569 

Docket No G93-45, Decision, Findings & Order Concerning the Filing of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for Proposed Workers' Compensation and Insurance 
Rates to be Effective on and after January 1, 1994. 1994 8 p. 973/53 1 

Docket No. G94-3, Findings and Order Concerning the Application of Peoples Service Insurance 
Company to Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Rates for 1994. 1994 3 p. 972/409 

Docket No. G94-3; Findings and Order on a Motion to Reconsider the Application of Peoples 
Service Insurance Company to Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Rates for 1994. 1994 
3 p. 972/410 

Docket No G94-4; Findings and Order Concerning the Application of Teachers Insurance 
Company to Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Rates for 1994. 1994 1 p. 972/41 1 

Docket No. G94-1 1; Decision on Petition to Amend 211 CMR 86.05(4). 1994 5 p. 974/570 

DocketNo.G94- 12; Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Ken Paulson. 1994 1 p. 973/532 

Docket No. G95-8; Decision and Order: Appeal of Thomas B. Pizzi of a Decision of the 
Massachusetts Property Insurance Underwriting Association. 1995 3 p. 973/533 

Docket No. G95-14; John Bull, Inc. and Anthony J. Filipone v. Liquor Liability Joint 
Underwriting Authority of MA. 1996 3 p. 973/534 

Docket No. G96-6; Opinion and Findings on the Operation of Competition Among Motor 
Vehicles Insurers Rendered June 1997. 1977 59 p. 973/535 

Docket No. G96-1 1; Decision: Appeal of Edosa Owens of a Lead Paint Surcharge. 1996 2 p. 
973/536 

Docket No. G96-12, Decision: Appeal of Mark S. Sawyer of a Lead Paint Surcharge. 1996 2 p. 

973/537 

Docket No. G96-13, Decision and Order: Appeal of Count Julian, Inc. of the Premium for its 
Commercial Automobile Insurance Policy. 1996 8 p. 973/538 

Docket No. G96-14; Appeal of Robert L. Tumey of a Determination of Savings Bank Life 
Insurance Co. of Massachusetts. 1997 6 p. 972/412 

Docket No. G96-56, Decision: Appeal of Dennis McCabe of a Lead Paint Surcharge. 1997 2 p. 
972/413 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. M96-2; Decision and Order on the Proposed Plan of Operation of the Massachusetts 
Medical Malpractice Reinsurance Plan. 1996 5 p. 974/571 

Docket No. R94-1; Opinion, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicle Insurers. 1994 3 p. 972/414 

Docket No. R94-2,94-3,94-4,94-5,94-l 1; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1995 Automobile 
Rates. 1994 53 p. 973/538A 

Docket No. R94-6, Final Decision and Order: Health Care Providers' General Liability Insurance 
Rate Making for Rates to be Effective July 1, 1995. 1994 2 p. 973/539 

Docket No. R94-7; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Making for 
Dentists' and Oral Surgeons to be Effective July 1, 1995. 1994 2 p. 974/573 

Docket No. R94-8; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Making for 
Hospitals', Clinics', Laboratories', and Community Health Centers for Rates to be Effective July 1, 
1995. 1994 2 p. 973/541 

Docket No. R94-9; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Insurance Rate Making for 
Physicians' and Surgeons' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1995. 1994 2 p. 974/575 

Docket No. R94-10; Final Decision and Order: Medical Malpractice Liability Insurance Rate 
Making for Nurse-Midwives' Rates to be Effective July 1, 1995. 1994 2 p. 973/543 

Docket No. R94-12, Decision and Order Relative to Commonweahh Automobile Reinsurers 
Fleet and Non-Fleet Rate Filing for Trucks, Tractors, Trailers and Private Passenger Type Vehicles 
for Commercial Motor Vehicle Insurance for Policy Year 1995. 1994 4 p. 972/415 

Docket No. R94-13; Decision and Order on Remand: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. Proposed Rates for Direct Pay Medex Gold and Direct Pay Medex Standard to 
be Effective January 1, 1995 and Direct Pay Rates for HMO Blue for Seniors to be Effective 
January 1, 1995. 1995 3 p. 973/544 

Docket No. R94-13; Decision and Order on Remand: Hearing on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. Proposed Rates for Direct Pay Medex Gold and Direct Pay Medex Standard to 
be effective January 1, 1995 and Direct Pay Rates for HMO Blue for Seniors to be Effective 
January 1, 1995. 1995 3 p. 974/577 

Docket No. R94-13; Memorandum of Decision: Explaining Order on Motion to Dismiss and on 
Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Proposed Rates, Dated December 9, 1994. 1995 43 p. 973/545 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R94-13, Order on Motion to Dismiss and on Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Proposed 
Rates; Hearing on Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. Proposed Rates for Direct 
Pay Medex Gold and Direct Pay Medex Standard to be Effective January 1, 1995 and Direct Pay 
Rates for HMO Blue for Seniors to be Effective January 1, 1995. 1994 5 p. 973/546 

Docket No. R94-14, Stipulation: In Re Hearing on Filing of Bankers Life and Casualty Co. for 
Proposed Medicare Supplement Insurance Rates to be Effective On and After January 1, 1995. 
1995 5 p. 973/547 

Docket No. R94-15, Filing of Monumental Life Insurance Co. of Proposed Rates for Mass 
Marketed Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans Issued Prior to July 30, 1992 (Form Nos. 
MS30000PGM and MSP20000. 1995 2 p. 973/548 

Docket No. R94-16; Hartford Life Insurance Co. Annual Medicare Supplement Rate Filing for 
Use with the Retired Officers Association (TROA) Form 73 1 8. 1 995 3 p. 973/549 

Docket No. R94-17; Filing of National Health Insurance Co. of Proposed Rates for Medicare 
Supplement Insurance (Forms Nos. MS94-C, MS94-1, MS94-1, NH-784-10/4 and NH-783-I0/4). 
1995 2 p. 973/550 

Docket No. R94-18, Stipulation; In Re Hearing on Filing of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of 
Massachusetts, Inc. for 1995 Proposed Rates for Non-Group Medicare HMO Product Evidence of 
Coverage Pursuant to a Cost Contract. 1995 3 p. 973/551 

Docket No. R94-19; Decision, Findings & Order Concerning the Filing of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating & Inspection Bureau for Proposed Workers' Compensation & Insurance 
Rates to be Effective on and after January 1, 1995. 1995 9 p. 974/579 

Docket No. R94-21, Stipulation; In Re Hearing on Filing of Prudential Insurance Co. of 
America's Proposed 1995 Rates for AARP Medicare Supplemental and Forms for Med Supp Core, 
Med Supp 1 and Med Supp 2. 1995 4 p. 973/552 

Docket No. R95-1; Stipulation: Filing of Harvard Community Health Plan of New England, Inc. 
of Proposed 1995 Initial Premium Rates for Non-Group Medicare Prescription Plan Evidence of 
Coverage Issued Pursuant to a Cost Contract. 1995 4 p. 973/553 

Docket No. R95-2, Stipulation: In Re Hearing on Filing of Mutual of Omaha Insurance 
Company for Approval of Proposed Medicare Supplement Insurance Rates (Forms M271, M272, 
M273 and M257; to be Effective Until December 31, 1996. 1995 6 p. 973/554 

Docket No. R95-3; Order Regarding Motion to Amend Filings: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of 
Massachusetts, Inc. Proposed Nongroup Rates. 1996 2 p. 974/580 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R95-4; Findings and Order Concerning the Application of Teachers Insurance Co. to 
Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates for 1995. 1995 2 p. 972/416 

Docket No. R95-5; Application of the Peoples Service Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed 
and Established 1995 Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1995 1 1 p. 972/417 

Docket No. R95-5; Findings and Order on the Application of People's Service Insurance Co. to 
Deviate from Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates for 1 995 . 1 995 1 p. 972/4 1 8 

Docket No. R95-6, Order: Re: Filing of ITT Hartford Life Insurance Company's Proposed 1995 
Rates for Medicare Supplement Insurance, and Forms for Medicare Supplement Core, Medicare 
Supplement 1 and Medicare Supplement 2. 1995 1 p. 974/581 

Docket No. R95-6; Stipulation: Filing of ITT Hartford Life Insurance Co.'s Proposed 1995 Rates 
for Medicare Supplement Insurance and Forms for Med. Supp. Core, Med. Supp. 1 and Med. Supp. 
2. 1995 3 p. 973/555 

Docket No. R95-9; Stipulation: Filing of New York Life Insurance Co. for Approval of Proposed 
Medicare Supplement Insurance Rates (Forms NYM92, NYM93 and NYM94) to be Effective 
Until December 31, 1996. 1995 6 p. 973/556 

Docket No. R95-10, Opinions, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicle Insurers. 1995 6 p. 972/419 

Docket No. R95-12; R95-13; R95-14; R95-15; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1996 
Automobile Insurance Rates. 1995 36 p. 973/557 

Docket No. R95-14, Hearing to Fix and Establish Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates: 
Main Rate Case. 1995 6 p. 972/420 

Docket No. R95-19; Stipulation: Prudential Co. of America Proposed 1996 Rates for AARP Pre- 
Standardized Medicare Supplement Plans (M-Series) and Closed Core Plan AM). 1996 5 p. 
973/558 

Docket No. R95-22; Findings, Decision and Order: Bankers Life and Casualty Co. Proposed 
1996 Medicare Supplement Rates for GR-73X, GR-98X, GR-A040, GR-A042, GR-A043 and GR- 
A044 Plans. 1996 37 p. 973/559 

Docket No. R95-23; Decision: Application of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 5 p. 

972/421 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R95-24; Decision: Application of the CU Homeland Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 3 p 

972/422 

Docket No. R95-25; Decision: Application of the Safety Insurance Group to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 5 p. 972/423 

Docket No R95-26; Decision: Application of the Berkshire Mutual Insurance Company to 
Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 
5 p. 972/424 

Docket No. R95-27; Decision: Application of The Premier Insurance Company of Massachusetts 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1996 3 p. 972/425 

Docket No. R96-1 ; Decision: Application of Sentry Insurance, A Mutual Company, Middlesex 
Insurance Company and Patriot General Insurance Company to Deviate from the Fixed-and- 
Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 3 p. 972/426 

Docket No. R96-2; Decision: Application of Plymouth Rock Assurance Corp. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 4 p. 

972/427 

Docket No. R96-3; Decision: Application of Arbella Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 3 p. 972/428 

Docket No. R96-4; Decision: Application of Commerce Insurance Co. and the Citation Insurance 
Co. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1996 5 p. 972/429 

Docket No. R96-5; Decision: Application of Hanover Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 3 p. 972/430 

Docket No. R96-6; Decision: Application of Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 5 p. 

972/43 1 

Docket No R96-7; Decision: Application of Fitchburg Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
1996 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 4 p. 
972/432 

Docket No. R96-8; Decision: Application of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Co. 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 
3 p. 972/433 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R96-9, Decision: Application of National Grange Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate 
from the 1996 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 

3 p. 972/434 

Docket No, R96-10; Decision: Application of Trust Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 4 p. 972/435 

Docket No. R96-1 1; Decision: Application of Electric Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 4 p. 972/436 

Docket No. R96-12; Decision: Application of John Hancock Property & Casualty Insurance Co. 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1996 3 p. 972/437 

Docket No. R96-13, Decision: Application of the Peoples Service Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 1 1 p. 
972/438 

Docket No. R96-14; Decision: Application of The Norfolk & Dedham Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1996 6 p. 972/439 

Docket No. R96-15; Decision: Application of State Farm Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 3 p. 
972/440 

Docket No. R96-16; Decision: Application of Boston Old Colony Insurance Co./CNA Insurance 
Companies to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance. 1996 3 p. 972/441 

Docket No. R96-19; Application of Commonwealth Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
1996 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 4 p. 
972/442 

Docket No. R96-20, R96-21 ; Decision: Application of Teachers Insurance Co/Horace Mann 
Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance. 1996 5 p. 972/443 

Docket No. R96-22; Decision: Application of Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 5 p. 972/444 

Docket No. R96-23; Decision: Application of Holyoke Mutual Insurance Co. in Salem to 
Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1996 

4 p. 972/445 



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Docket No. R96-25; RE: Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co. Proposed Medicare Supplement Rates 
Policy Forms 50 VB, 51VB, 2CM0, 3CM0, 4CM0, 23CMO, 24CMO, 20AGHO, H67, M131, 
M 1 73, M 1 8, 67CMO, M246 and M247. 1 996 7 p. 973/560 

Docket No, R96-30; Decision, Findings and Order Concerning the Filing of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for Proposed Worker's Compensation Insurance 
Rates. 1996 [var. pag.] 974/583 

Docket No. R96-3 1 , Order on Motion to Dismiss and on Discovery Disputes: Bankers Multiple 
Life Insurance Co. Proposed 1996 Medicare Supplement Rates for Policy Forms D-A041, D-A042 
andD-A045. 1996 5 p. 973/561 

Docket No, R96-32, Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Territorial Assignments for Policy 
Years 1997 and 1998. 1996 3 p. 972/446 

Docket No. R96-33; Opinion, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicle Insurers, 1996 4 p. 972/447 

Docket No. R96-35; Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates, Underwriting Profit 
Provision, 1997. 1996 6 p. 972/448 

Docket No, R96-35, R96-36 and R96-37, Technical Correction of Opinion, Findings and 
Decision on 1997 Automobile Insurance Rates. 1997 2 p, 973/561 A 

Docket No. R96-35, R96-36, R96-37, Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1997 Automobile 
Insurance Rates (Includes technical corrections). 1997 28 p, 972/449 

Docket No, R96-36; Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates 1997, Cost Containment and 
Fraudulent Claims Payments Case, 1996 6 p, [This is a "case",] 972/450 

Docket No, R96-38, Opinions, Findings and Decision on 1997 Safe Driver Insurance Plan, 1996 
10 p, 972/451 

Docket No, R96-39, Decision on Petitions to Participate and Orders on Additional Proceedings: 
Application of Premier Insurance Company for Approval of an Endorsement to the Massachusetts 
Standard Automobile Insurance Policy. 1997 8 p. 974/584 

Docket No. R96-40; Findings, Decision and Order: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of MA, Inc. 
Proposed 1997 Rates for Direct Pay Medicare Supplement Products (Medex Gold, Medex Bronze, 
Medex Core, Medex Standard, Medex Basic and Medex Silver), 1997 67 p. 973/562 

Docket No, R96-40, Order on Motion of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of MA,, Inc, for Protective 
Order: Proposed 1 997 Medex Rates, 1997 4 p. 973/563 



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Docket No. R96-40; Post-Decision Orders: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of MA, Inc. Proposed 
1997 Rates for Direct Pay Medicare Supplement Products (Medex Gold, Medex Bronze, Medex 
Core, Medex Standard, Medex Basic and Medex Silver). 1997 7 p. 973/564 

Docket No. R96-41; Decision and Order; Relative to Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers 
Fleet and Non-Fleet Rate Filing for Trucks, Tractors, and Private Passenger Type Vehicle 
Insurance for Policy Year 1997. 1996 5 p. 973/565 

Docket No. R96-41; Relative to Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers Fleet & Non-Fleet Rate 
Filing for Trucks, Tractors, Trailers and Private Passenger Type Vehicles for Commercial Motor 
VehiclelnsuranceforPolicy Year 1997. 1996 4 p. 972/452 

Docket No. R96-42; Stipulation: In Re Filing of the Prudential Co. of America for Proposed 
1997 Rates for AARP Pre-Standardized M-Series Plans, Closed Core Plan AM and Standardized 
Plan MZ (Plan 2). 1997 4 p. 973/566 

Docket No. R96-43; Decision on MPIUA Rates, Rules, and Forms. 1996 12 p. 973/567 

Docket No. R96-45; Order of Dismissal: United Teachers Associates Insurance Co. Proposed 
Pre-Standardized Medicare Supplement Rates for National Casualty Co. --Forms 4006 & 8427, and 
Academy Life Insurance Co. -Form H645. 1997 2 p. 972/453 

Docket No. R97-1; Decision: Application of Casco Indemnity Co. to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Establi shed Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/454 

Docket No. R97-2, R97-3; Decision: Application of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate 
from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 

972/455 

Docket No. R97-4; Decision: Application of Commerce Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 972/456 

Docket No. R97-5; Application of Commonwealth Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
1997 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 
972/457 

Docket No. R97-6, Decision: Application of Arabella Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 2 p. 972/458 

Docket No. R97-7; Decision: Application of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Co, 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 
2 p. 972/459 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R97-8; Decision: Application of the Plymouth Rock Assurance Co, to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance 1997 4 p 
972/460 

Docket No. R97-9, Decision: Application of Norfolk &. Dedham Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 
972/461 

Docket No. R97-10, Application of Holyoke Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 1997 
Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/462 

Docket No. R97-1 1; Application of Fitchburg Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 1997 
Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/463 

Docket No. R97-12, Decision: Application of New England Fidelity Insurance Co. to Deviate 
from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 
972/464 

Docket No. R97-13; Decision: Application of Trust Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/465 

Docket No. R97-14; Application of National Grange Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 
1997 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 
972/466 

Docket No. R97-15; Application of United Services Automobile Association and USAA Casualty 
Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 1997 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 972/467 

Docket No. R97-16; Decision: Application of Berkshire Mutual Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 
972/468 

Docket No. R97-1 7, Decision: Application of Hanover Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/469 

Docket No. R97-19; Decision: Application of Sentry Insurance a Mutual Co., Middlesex 
Insurance Co. and Patriot General Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates 
for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/470 

Docket No. R97-20, Decision: Application of Electric Insurance Co. of Massachusetts to Deviate 
from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 
972/471 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R97-21; Application of MassWest Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 1997 Fixed and 
Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/472 

Docket No. R97-22; Decision. Application of The Premier Insurance Co. of Massachusetts to 
Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 

3 p. 972/473 

Docket No. R97-23; Decision: Application of American Automobile Insurance Co./Fireman's 
Fund Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/474 

Docket No. R97-24; Decision: Application of John Hancock Property & Casualty Insurance Co. 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1997 3 p. 972/475 

Docket No. R97-25; Decision: Application of Boston Old Colony Insurance Co./CNA Insurance 
Cos. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1997 3 p. 972/476 

Docket No. R97-26; Application of the Peoples Service Insurance Company to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Estabhshed Private Passenger Automobile Insurance Rates. 1997 4 p. 974/585 

Docket No. R97-27; Decision: Application of the CU Homeland Insurance Co. to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 

972/477 

Docket No. R97-28 and 29; Decision: Application of the Horace Mann Insurance Co, and 
Teachers Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 972/478 

Docket No. R97-30; Decision: Application of Safety Insurance Group to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 4 p. 972/479 

Docket No. R97-3 1, Decision: Application of State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. to 
Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 

4 p. 972/480 

Docket No. R97-32; Application of Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co. to Deviate from the 1997 
Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1997 3 p. 972/481 

Docket No. R97-33, Decision and Order: Workers' Compensation Rating & Inspection Bureau 
Filing for Approval of a Revised Workers' Compensation & Employers' Liability Insurance 
Manual. 1997 13 p. 974/586 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R97-34, Decision and Order: WCRB Filing re: Fertilizer or Pesticide Application - 
Commercial or Domestic & Drivers, Classification code 0046. 1997 3 p. 973/568 

Docket No. R97-35; Opinion, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicles Insurers. 1997 3 p. 974/587 

Docket No. R97-36, R97-37, R97-39; Opinion, Findings and Decision of 1998 Automobile 
Insurance Rates. 1997 25 p. 974/588 

Docket No. R97-38; Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1998 Safe Driver Insurance Plan. 1997 
1 1 p. 974/589 

Docket No. R97-45; Decision on Massachusetts Property Insurance Underwriting Association 
Rates. 1997 4 p. 974/590 

Docket No W92-3; Decision and Order: Appeal of The Electric Outlet Co., Inc. from a Decision 
of the Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1994 7 p. 
974/591 

Docket No. W92-3; Order on Motion for Reconsideration: Appeal of the Electric Outlet co.. Inc. 
of the Decision of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 3 p. 974/592 

Docket No. W92-4; Decision and Order: Appeal of Andover Interiors, Inc., dba The Furniture 
Bam, of a Decision of the Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1 994 1 p. 

974/593 

Docket No. W92-4; Order on Motion for Reconsideration: Appeal of Andover Interiors, Inc., dba 
The Furniture Bam, of a Decision of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 
1995 3 p. 974/594 

Docket No. W92-6; Decision and Order: Appeal of the Fallon Clinic and Providence House 
Nursing Home Inc., from a Determination of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection 
Bureau of Massachusetts. 1995 lip. 974/595 

Docket No. W92-7, Appeal of Northeast Driver Leasing Services, Inc. of a Decision of the 
Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1995 21 p. 974/596 

Docket No. W93-1, Appeal of Creative Homes, Inc. of Decisions of the ITT Hartford Insurance 
Company. 1994 6 p. 974/597 

Docket No. W93-2, Decision and Order: Appeal of Cord Master Engineering Co., Inc. of a 
Decision of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau; Appeal of the Aetna 
Casualty & Surety Co. of a Decision of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 
1995 11 p. 974/598 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. W93-3; Decision and Order: Appeal of Dielectrics Industries, Inc. of a Decision of 
the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 10 p. 974/599 

Docket No. W93-6; Decision and Order: Preferred Home Services, Inc. v. Wausau Insurance 
Company. 1996 10 p. 974/600 

Docket No. W93-7; Decision and Order: In Re the Appeal of Twin Fires, Inc. from the Decision 
of the Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1994 15 p. 974/601 

Docket No. W93-13; Decision and Order: Appeal of High Tech Machinists, Inc. from a Decision 
of the Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 10 p. 974/602 

Docket No. W93-16; Decision and Order: In the Matter of Natco Corp/Workers Compensation 
and Rating Bureau. 1994 5 p. 973/569 

Docket No. W93- 17; Order of Dismissal: Appeal of MANCO Industries Inc. 1994 1 p. 

974/603 

Docket No. W93-1 8; Order: In the Matter of Jim's Canvas Co., Inc. /Workers Compensation and 
Rating Bureau. 1994 2 p. 974/604 

Docket No. W94-2; Decision and Order: Appeal of Fucillo, Inc. of a Decision of the 
Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1994 5 p. 974/605 

Docket No. W94-3; Decision and Order: Appeal of J 2 Z, Inc. of a Decision of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1994 10 p. 974/606 

Docket No. W94-4; Decision and Order: Appeal of Perro, Inc. of a Decision of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau and the Traveler's Insurance Company. 1995 6 p. 
974/607 

Docket No. W94-5; Decision and Order: Appeal of Central Mass. Machine, Inc. of a Decision of 
the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 1995 13 p. 
974/608 

Docket No. W94-6; Decision and Order: Appeal of Rocket Cleaners and Launderers, Inc. 
1995 7 p. 973/570 

Docket No. W94-7, Memorandum of Decision and Order: Appeal of Cushman & Wakefield 
from a Determination of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1996 1 1 p. 
973/571 

Docket No. W94-8; Order: Appeal of Signature Roofing, Inc. of a Decision of the Workers 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1994 1 p. 974/610 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. W94-9, Decision and Order: Appeal of McGeoghean Construction, Inc. 1996 8 p. 
974/611 

Docket No. W94-12; Decision and Order: Appeal of George J. Summers Trucking, Inc., from a 
Decisionofthe Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1994 5 p. 974/612 

Docket No. W94-13; Order on Motion to Dismiss: Appeal of Pelican Bay, Inc. from a 
Determination of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1994 3 p. 974/ 

Docket No. W94-14; Ruling on Motion to Dismiss: Appeal of Workbench, Inc. from a 
Determination of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1994 5p 974/614 

Docket No. W94-17; Decision and Order: Appeal of Phyto USA, Inc. of a Determination of the 
Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1996 10 p. 974/615 

Docket No W94-18; Decision and Order: Appeal of Global Recycling Technologies, Inc., of a 
Determinationofthe Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1996 7 p. 974/616 

Docket No. W94-21 , Order: Appeal of Property Financial Appraisal Services of a Decision of 
the Workers Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 3 p. 974/617 

Docket No. W94-24, Order on Motion to Dismiss: Application of Bond Brothers, Inc. of a 
Decision of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 5 p. 974/618 

Docket No. W94-25, Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Laminated Papers, Inc. 1995 3 p. 
974/619 

Docket No. W95-5; Finding and Order: Appeal of Allstate Power Vac, Inc. of a Decision of the 
Worker's Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 3 p. 974/620 

Docket No. W95-5, Memorandum of Decision and Order: Appeal of Allstate Power- Vac, Inc. 
from a Determination of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1997 9 p. 
972/482 

Docket No. W95-6, Order of Dismissal: Appeal of J.P Routhier & Sons, Inc. 1996 1 p. 
974/621 

Docket No. W95-9, Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Jaco, Inc. of a Decision of the Workers' 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1995 1 p. 974/622 

DocketNo.W95-9, Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Liberty Mutual Group. 1995 2 p. 974/623 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. W95-13; Order of Dismissal Without Prejudice: Appeal of HBS Stereo Systems, Inc. 
from a Decision of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts. 
1995 2 p. 974/624 

DocketNo.W95-14; Appeal ofMill River Executive Center, Inc. 1997 6 p. 972/483 

Docket No. W95-15; Order on Motion of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company to Stay 
Proceedings: In the Matter of National Engineering Services Corporation and the Liberty Mutual 
Insurance Company. 1995 2 p. 974/625 

Docket No. W95-18; Order: Appeal of Applewood, Inc. of a Rating Classification of the 
Workers' Compensation Rating Bureau. 1 996 1 p. 974/626 

Docket No. W95-19, Order: Appeal of Weeks Rest Home, Inc. of a Rating Classification of the 
Workers' Compensation Rating Bureau. 1995 1 p. 974/627 
Docket No. W95-9; Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Liberty Mutual Group. 1995 2 p. 974/623 

Docket No. W96-3, W96-7, W96-8, Reply of the State Rating Bureau to the Travelers/ Aetna 
Memorandum in Support of Motion for Summary Decision. 1997 lip. 974/628 

Docket No. W96-6; Order on Motion to Stay: Appeal of Specialized Housing Inc. of a Decision 
ofthe Worker's Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1996 1 p. 973/572 

Docket No. W96-10; Order Approving Proposed Reclassification 
: Worker's Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau of Massachusetts Proposed 
Reclassification. 1996 8 p. Classification Code 8829; 8833 and 9040. 973/573 

Docket No. W96-14; Decision and Order: Appeal of The Perrotti Company, Inc. of a Decision of 
the Worker's Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1996 4 p. 973/574 

Docket No. W96-16; Order of Dismissal: Appeal of Aero Plastics, Inc. 1997 1 p. 973/575 

Docket No. W96-17, Decision: Appeal of Interstate Appraisal Services, Inc. of a Decision ofthe 
Eastern Casuahy Insurance Company. 1997 6 p. 972/484 

Docket No. W96-24; Decision and Order: Appeal of The Appraisers Collaborative, Inc. of a 
Decision of Sentry Insurance Company. 1997 7 p. 972/485 

Docket No. W97-6; Appeal of The Demolition Specialist, Inc. 1997 1 p. 974/629 

Docket No. W97- 1 1 ; Order on Motion to Dismiss: Appeal of Dean's Carpet & Interior Design, 
Inc. of a Decision of the Eastern Casuahy Insurance Company. 1997 1 p. 974/630 



Division of Insurance, continued 

The Massachusetts Guide to Health Insurance for People with Medicare 1997 39 p [Developed 
jointly with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs.] 971/424 

The Massachusetts Guide to Heahh Insurance for People with Medicare: Addendum. 1997 9 p. 
[Based on Information Available as of 1/9/97.] 971/425 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1979 Automobile Insurance Rates. 1978 107 p. 973/578 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1980 Automobile Insurance Rates, 1979 71 p. 973/579 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1981 Automobile Insurance Rates. 1980 67 p. 973/580 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1982 Automobile Insurance Rates. 1981 81 p. 973/581 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1983 Automobile Insurance Rates. 1982 92 p 973/582 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on 1987 and 1988 Automobile Insurance Rates (Remand 
Decision). 1988 39 p. 972/486 

Opinion, Findings and Decision on Commercial General Liability Policy Forms, Endorsements 
and Rates Filed by the Insurance Services Office, Inc. 1989 65 p. 974/63 1 

Report on Long-Term Care Insurance: The Results of a 1996 Survey. 1997 [var. pag] 
973/583 

Report on the Statutory Examination of Bay State Health Care as of December 31, 1994. 1997 
[var. pag] 974/632 

Report on the Statutory Examination of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. and Its 
HMO's of December 31, 1994. 1997 [var. pag.] 974/633 

Report on the Statutory Examination of HMO Blue as of December 31, 1994. 1997 [var. pag.] 
974/634 



Division of Marine Fisheries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

DMF NEWS, Volume 17, First Quarter January - March 1997. 1997 8 p. [Includes rules 
update] 971/426 

DMF News, Second Quarter May - July 1997. 1997 8 p. [Includes rules update] 972/487 



Division of Marine Fislieries, continued 

DMF NEWS, Volume 17, Third Quarter July - September 1997. 1997 8 p. [Includes rules 
update.] 973/584 

DMF NEWS, Volume 17, 4th Quarter October - December 1997. 1997 8 p. 974/635 

Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster Trap Sampling Program May - November 1996. By 
Bruce T. Estrella and Robert P. Glenn 1997 23 p. 974/636 

Seafood Supplier Directory 1996/97. 1997 94 p. 971/427 

Seafood Supplier Directory 1998. By Beth Medeiros 1997 79 p. 974/637 

Cat Cove Marine Laboratory 

92 Fort Avenue, Salem, MA 01970 

Massachusetts Lobster Fishery Statistics 1994. By David C. McCarron and Thomas B. Hoopes 
1995 22 p. Technical Series 29 971/428 



Division of Maternal, Child and Family Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Family Resource Guide, n.d. 20 p. [More information is available at the Head Start-State 
Collaboration Project, EOHHS, One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108.] 974/638 



Division of Medical Assistance 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

DMANewsletter, March 1996. 1996 13 p. 974/639 

DMANewsletter, September 1996. 1996 18 p. 974/640 

MassHealth Newsletter, March 1997. 1997 16 p. [This newsletter was called DMANewsletter.] 
974/641 

MassHealth Newsletter, October 1997. 1997 12 p. [This newsletter was called DMA 
Newsletter.] 974/642 



Division of Occupational Education 

350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148-5023 

Biomanufacturing in Massachusetts: An Assessment and Educational Analysis. 1992 100 p. 
[Prepared by: Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School District Biotechnoloy Task 
Force] 972/488 



Division of Occupational Safety 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1 107, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses 1995. 1997 9 p. 972/489 



Division of Registration 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1520, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 64 p. 971/429 

A Consumer's Guide to the Licensed Professions within the Division of Registration (Revised). 
1996 7 p. 971/430 

Taskforce on Health Care Workforce Regulation 

Response to the Pew Health Professions Commission, n.d. 12 p. 971/43 1 

Division of Resource Conservation 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1404, Boston, MA 02202 

Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Greenway &. Trail Forum, Fall 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/432 
Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Greenway & Trail Forum, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 974/643 
Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Greenway & Trail Forum, Winter 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/490 



Division of Solid Waste Management 

One Winter Street, 4th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Apartment Building Recycling: A Manual for Apartment Owners and Managers. By Geri 
Lambert n.d. 1 1 p. 974/644 

Policy on the Establishment and Enforcement of Tonnage Limits at Solid Waste Facilities. 1989 
4 p. PoHcy#SWM- 10-6/89 974/646 



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Division of Solid Waste Management, continued 
Policy on Tire Disposal and Stockpiling. 1987 4 p. Policy #SWM-5 974/^47 



Division of STD Prevention 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Note; This division was formerly called Division of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 



Adolescent STD Report 1996. n.d. 15 p. 973/585 
Annual Report 1996. n.d. [var. pag.] 973/586 



Division of Water Pollution Control 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 



Fifteenth List of Approved On-Site Sewage Disposal System Inspectors. 1997 96 p. [This list is 
cumulative.] 971/434 

Ninth Approved Soil Evaluators as Contained & Described under Section 310 CMR 15.017 of the 
New Title 5. 1997 36 p. [This hst is cumulative.] 971/433 



Division of Water Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts River Basin Planning Project 
Water Supply Systems (Draft). 1981 [var. pag] 971/435 

Division of Water Supply 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: The issues listed below are the only ones available. 

In The Main; The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
l,no. l,Fall 1987. 1987 6 p. 973/587 

In The Main, vol. 1, no. 2, Winter 1988. 1988 6 p. 973/588 

In The Main, vol. 2, no. 3, Summer 1989. 1989 6 p. 973/589 

In The Main, vol. 3, no. 2, Spring 1990. 1990 4 p. 973/590 



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Division of Water Supply, continued 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
3, no. 3, Summer 1990. 1990 6 p. 973/591 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

3, no. 4, Fall 1990. 1990 4 p. 973/592 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

4, no. 1, Winter 1991. 1991 7 p. 973/593 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
4, no. 2, Spring 1991. 1991 8 p. 973/594 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
4, no. 3, Summer 1991. 1991 8 p. 973/595 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

4, no. 4, Fall 1991. 1991 8 p. 973/596 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

5, no. 1, Winter 1992. 1992 8 p. 973/597 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
5, no. 2, Spring 1992. 1992 8 p. 973/598 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

5, no. 3, Summer 1992. 1992 8 p. 973/599 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

6, no. 1, Winter 1993. 1993 8 p. 973/600 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
6, no. 2, Spring 1993. 1993 8 p. 973/601 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol 
6, no. 3, Summer 1993. 1993 8 p. 973/602 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol 

6, no. 4, Fall 1993. 1993 8 p. 973/603 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 

7, no. 2, Spring 1994. 1994 8 p. 973/604 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
7, no. 3, Summer 1994. 1994 8 p. 973/605 



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Division of Water Supply, continued 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, vol. 
7, no. 4, Falll994. 1994 8p. 973/606 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, 
Spring 1995. 1995 8 p. 973/607 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, Fall 

1995. 1995 8 p. 973/608 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, 
Spring 1996. 1996 8 p. 973/609 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, 
Summer 1996. 1996 8 p. 973/610 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, Fall 

1996. 1996 8 p. 973/611 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, 
1996 Special TNC (Transient Noncommunity Public Water Systems) Issue. 1996 8 p. 973/612 

In The Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Public Drinking Water Professionals, 
Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/613 

Construction Grants Program 

Drinking Water Filtration Plant Grant, Chapter 406 of the Acts of 1978, as Amended. 1983 [var. 
pag.] 971/436 



Educational Financing Authority 

176 Federal Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

The U. Plan 

P.O. Box 1365, Framingham, MA 01701 

U. Plan, Lock in Tomorrow's Tuition at Today's Rates, n.d. [var. pag.] 972/491 



Elections Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Election Calendar 1997/98. 1997 62 p. 974/648 



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Elections Division, continued 
Election Statistics 1996. 1997 555 p. Public Document No. 43 972/492 

Energy Facilities Siting Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Decision and Orders, Volume 3. n.d. 433 p. 973/614 
Decision and Orders, Volume 4. n.d. 470 p. 973/615 



Executive Oflice for Administration and Finance 

Room 373, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees' Campaign) 1997. 1997 31 p. 974/649 

Volunteer Opportunities for State Employees. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/616 

Central Business Office 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

the central news, vol. 1, 1997. 1997 6 p. [This is the 1st issue of a quarterly newsletter.] 
973/617 

Chelsea Transition Office 

The Chelsea Receivership: Governmental and Operational Reform 1991-1995; Financial 
Position 1990-2001. 1996 29 p. 973/618 

Reflections on the Prospects for Chelsea: Final Report of the Receiver to the Massachusetts 
Legislature. By Lewis H. Spence 1995 49 p. 973/619 

Human Resource Division 

Understanding and Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: A Trainer's Manual. By 
ReneeLoretz 1997 [var. pag.] 973/624 

The 1996 Performance Recognition Awards. 1996 33 p. 972/493 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Alliance, AFSCME-SEIU, AFL-CIO. 
1997 90 p. [Agreement is for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1999] 973/620 

Effective EPRS Communications Skills for Employees & Supervisors of Employees Covered by 
Alliance Agreement. 1997 24 p. 972/494 



Executive Office for Administration and Finance, Human Resource Division, continued 

Employee Guide to Mentoring Programs, n.d. 15 p. 973/621 

Employee Handbook. 1996 28 p. [This publication is revised quarterly.] 972/495 

Open Service Civil Service Examinations Scheduled Between September 1997 and June 1998. 
1997 16 p. 973/622 

Performance Recognition 1998. 1997 [unpaged] [This is done in the format of a calendar] 
974/650 

Performance Recognition Awards 1997. 1997 33 p. 974/651 

Policy for the Prevention and Elimination of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace. 1996 1 1 p. 
971/437 

Policy for the Prevention and Elimination of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace (Revised June 
23, 1997). 1997 11 p. 973/623 

Universal Access to State Job Openings Through Commonwealth Employment Opportunities 
(CEO). 1997 2 p. 973/625 

Working Together: Employee Development Programs & Services for State and Local 
Government, September 1997 - June 1998. 1997 74 p. 973/626 

Information Technology Division 

Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 1, Winter 1997. 1997 12 p. 971/438 

Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 2, Spring 1997. 1997 12 p. 972/496 

Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 3, Summer 1997. 1997 12 p. 973/627 

Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 4, Fall 1997. 1997 12 p. 974/652 

FY97 Report on Projects Funded by the Information Technology Bonds. 1 997 65 p. 974/653 

Year 2000: Meeting the Challenge. 1997 38 p. 972/497 
Minority Business Enterprise Program 

Annual Report FY93. 1994 [var. pag] 973/628 

Annual Report FY94. 1995 81 p. 973/629 



Executive OfTice for Administration and Finance, Minority Business Enterprise Program. 
continued 

Annual Report FY95. 1996 130 p. 973/630 

Annual Report FY96. 1997 74 p. 973/631 

Office of Employee Relations 
Volume I, June 1994: Labor Relations Reporter. 1994 22 p. 971/439 
Volume n, November 1994: Labor Relations Reporter. 1994 [var. pag.] 971/440 
Volumelll, March 1995; Labor Relations Reporter. 1995 [var.pag.] 971/441 
Volume IV, June 1995: Labor Relations Reporter. 1995 16 p. 971/442 
VolumeV, October 1995: Labor Relations Reporter. 1995 19 p. 971/443 
VolumeVI, February 1996: Labor Relations Reporter. 1996 26 p. 971/444 
Volume VII, June 1996: Labor Relations Reporter. 1996 27 p. 971/445 
Volume VIII, November 1996: Labor Relations Reporter. 1996 33 p. 971/446 

Special Commission on Managed Care 
Report. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/632 



Executive Office of Communities and Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Federal FY96 Massachusetts Community Development Block Grant Program Application, n.d. 
[var. pag.] 974/654 

Division of Community Services 

FY94 Massachusetts Small Cities Application Package for the Community Development Fund. 
1994 [var.pag] 974/655 

Municipal Incentive Grant 

The Implementation of Springfield's Geographic Information System. 1996 [unpaged] 
[Prepared by: Springfield Planning Department] 971/447 



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Executive Office of Communities and Development, Municipal Incentive Grant, continued 

New England GIS Technology Conference 1996. 1996 [var. pag] [Prepared by: Pioneer 
Valley Planning Commission] 971/448 



Executive Office of Economic Affairs 

Room 212, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Directory of the Governor's Economic Development Cabinet. 1977 28 p. 971/449 

Overview of Mature Industries Legislation. 1985 [var. pag.] 971/450 

Corporate Family Care Program 

Corporate Family Care: Creating Family-Supportive Work Environments (A Guide for 
Employers). By Lee MacKinnon and Christina Dillon 1990 29 p. [Funded in part by The Boston 
Foundation Carol R. Goldberg Seminar Series.] 974/656 



Executive Office of Eider Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

EOEA Today, Spring 1997. 1997 12 p. [This is the first issue.] 972/498 

The Fifth Annual Silver Dove Awards. 1997 [unpaged] p. [Held in the Great Hall, State House, 
April 16, 1997.] 972/499 

Fostering Consumer Empowerment: ALFA Fall '97 National Conference Workshop. 1997 9 p. 
974/657 

Information Regarding Social Day Care and Adult Day Care Health Programs. 1995 [var. pag.] 
971/451 

The Massachusetts State House: Black History Month Art Display February 4th to 14th (Hall of 
Black Achievement Project of The Bridgewater State College Foundation). 1997 [unpaged] 
971/452 

Proposed Standards for Title in Legal Assistance Programs. 1997 [var. pag] 972/500 

A Resource Guide for Massachusetts' Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren, 2nd Edition. 
1997 78 p. 973/633 

State Plan on Aging FY1998 - 2001 as Required by the Older Americans Act of 1965, as 
Amended Through 1992. 1997 65 p. [Submitted to: The Administration on Aging, U.S. 
Department of Health and Human Services.] 974/658 



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Executive Office of Elder Affairs, continued 

SHINE (Serving Health Information Needs of Elders) Program 

SHINE Resource Manual] 996 Edition. 1996 [var. pag] 972/501 

A Massachusetts Guide to Heahh Insurance Choices— Health Insurance Alternatives for 
Medicare Beneficiaries and Retirees. 1996 35 p. 972/502 

A Massachusetts Guide to Medicare &. Medicare HMO Appeals- What you Need to Know About 
Hospital and Medical Appeals. 1996 13 p. 972/503 

State Long Term Care Ombudsman Program 

A Consumer's Guide to Nursing & Rest Homes, 5th Edition. 1997 [var. pag.] 972/504 



Executive Office of Environmental Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Management Review of the CommonweaUh's Park System and Metropolitan District 
Commission. 1997 351 p. [Prepared by: Public Administration Service.] 974/659 

Management Review of the Commonwealth's Park System and Metropolitan District 
Commission, Executive Summary. 1997 21 p. [Prepared by: Public Administration Service.] 
974/660 

Massachusetts Open Space Protection Programs: Preserving the Future. 1995 16 p. 972/505 

Neponset River Watershed Basin Wide Action Plan, 1997 [var. pag] 972/506 

Quarry Hills Recreation Complex, Quincy and Milton, MA; Draft Environmental Impact Report. 
1997 [var. pag] EOEANo. 10916 [Prepared by: Sverdrup Civil, Inc.] 974/661 

Quarry Hills Recreation Complex, Quincy and Milton, MA; Draft Environmental Impact Report: 
Appendices. 1997 [var. pag.] EOEANo. 10916 [Prepared by: Sverdrup Civil, Inc.] 974/662 

Review of MDC Affirmative Action Plan. By George Crombie and Carol Lee Rawn 1997 3 p. 
972/507 

Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction 

Annual Report FY94. 1994 [var. pag] 971/453 

Annual Report FY95. 1995 42 p. 971/454 



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Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction. 
continued 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 [var. pag.] 971/455 

MEPA Unit 

Quarry Hills Recreation Complex: Final Environmental Impact Report. 1997 [var. pag.] 
EOEA No. 10916 [Prepared by: Sverdrup Civil, Inc.] 972/508 

Quarry Hills Recreation Complex: Notice of Project Change. 1997 3 p. [See also: 972/508.] 
973/634 

Office of Technical Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 2109, Boston, MA 02202 

Note: All the case studies to date are listed. If there are missing numbers, this means that cases 
were proposed but not printed 

CSOl, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Wastewater Treatment and Metal Recovery at the 
Robbins Company, n.d. 1 p. 971/456 

CS02, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Metal Recovery at Howard H. Sweet and Son, Inc. 
n.d. 2 p. 971/457 

CS03, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Zinc Discharge Reduction at the Lowell Corporation, 
n.d. Ip. 971/458 

CS04, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Solvent Use Reduction at Kilmartin Tool Company, 
n.d. 2 p. 971/459 

CS05, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Metals Recovery and Wastewater Reduction at Hi- 
Tech Gold Plating Corp. n.d. 2 p. 971/460 

CS06, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Coolant Substitution at Presmet Corporation, n.d. 
2 p. 971/461 

CS07, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Solvent Use Reduction at Lampin Corporation, n.d. 
2 p. 971/462 

CS08, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Wastewater and Chemical Use Reduction at L&J of 
New England, Inc. n.d. 2 p. 971/463 



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Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Office of Technical Assistance, continued 

CS09, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study; 1,1,1 Trichloroethane Reduction at Reed-Rico. n.d. 
1 p. 971/464 

CSIO, Toxics Use Reduction Case Study: Chemical Wastes and Water Use Reduced More Than 
90% at Poly-Plating, Inc. (Revised and Reprinted 12/97). 1997 3 p. 974/663 

CSIO, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Chemical Wastes and Water Use Reduced Over 90% 
at Poly-Plating Inc. n.d. 3 p. 971/465 

CS12, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Water and Ink Waste Reduction at F.C.Meyer 
Company, n.d. 2 p. 971/466 

CS13, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Hampden Papers Reduces Wastewater by 80%, Ends 
Excessive Zinc Discharge, n.d. 4 p. 971/467 

CS14, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: VOC and Freon Reduction at Galileo Electro-Optics 
Corporation, n.d. 1 p. 971/468 

CS 1 5, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: 1,1,1, Trichloroethane Elimination at Hardigg 
Industries, n.d. 1 p. 971/469 

CS16, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Monomer Storage and Handling Improvements at 
Novacor Chemicals Inc. n.d. 2 p. 971/470 

CS 1 7, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Alcohol Free Fountain Solutions at Americraft 
Carton, Inc. 1993 3 p. 971/471 

CS 18, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Coolant Management at Beloit Corporation, n.d. 1 p. 

971/472 

CS18; Toxics Use Reduction Case Study: Coolant Management at Beloit Corporation. 1997 2 
p. [Revisedandreprintedin April 1997.] 974/664 

CS19, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Customer Education and Zinc Use Reduction at 
Dydee Diaper Service, Inc. n.d. 2 p. 971/473 

CS20, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: 1,1,1, Trichloroethane Elimination at Smith and 
Wesson, n.d. 2 p. 971/474 

CS21, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Sulfuric Acid Reduction (99%) at Standard Uniform 
Services. 1996 2 p. 971/475 

CS22, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Freon Elimination, VOC Reduction at 
V.H.Blackington & Co., Inc. n.d. 4 p. 971/476 



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Executive OfTice of Environmental Affairs, Office of Technical Assistance, continued 

CS23, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Deluxe's Solvent-Free Printing System, n.d. 3 p. 
971/477 

CS24, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Septage Receiving Facility Eliminates Odors. 1993 
2 p. 971/478 

CS25, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: 1,1,1, Trichloroethane Elimination at Erving Paper 
Mills. 1993 Ip. 971/479 

CS26, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Material Management Yields Major Savings for 
Anitec. n.d. 4 p. 971/480 

CS27, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: VOC Reduction at Hampden Papers, n.d. 1 p. 
971/481 

CS28, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Reformulated Coating at Hampden Papers Reduces 
Metals in Sewage Sludge. 1993 2 p. 971/482 

CS29, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Foxboro Reduces VOC Emissions While Eliminating 
Cadmium and Cyanide Discharges. 1995 4 p. 971/483 

CS30, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Mastex Industries Reduces Chemical Ue in Cloth 
Cleaning and Dyeing Operations. 1995 3 p. 971/484 

CS3 1, Toxics Use Reduction Case Study: Tubed Products Introduces Ultraviolet Curing of Inks 
and Coatings. 1995 4 p. 972/509 

CS33, Toxics Use Reduction Case Study: Cranston Print Works Uses Carbon Dioxide to Replace 
Sulfuric Acid for pH Adjustment. 1995 4 p. 972/510 

CS35, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Reducing Mercury Discharge at a Testing 
Laboratory. 1995 4 p. 971/485 

CS36, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Howard H. Sweet Eliminates Emissions of Five 
Chemicals. 1995 4 p. 971/486 

CS37, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Conversion to UV Curing Reaps Benefits for Fit to 
Print. 1996 4 p. 971/487 

CS39, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: M/A-COM Eliminates Ozone Depleting Substances. 
1996 3 p. 971/488 

CS41, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Gentex Optics Eliminates Freon Use in Cleaning and 
Priming Operations. 1996 6 p. 971/489 



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Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Office of Technical Assistance, continued 

CS43, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: New Coating Technologies Provide Big Payoffs for 
Kidde-Fenwal, Inc. 1996 3 p. 971/490 

CS44, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study; Elimination of TURA Chemical Reporting at the 
Robbins Company. 1996 4 p. 971/491 

CS45, Toxics Use Reduction Case Study: Crest Foam Eliminates Use of Methylene Chloride in 
Manufacturing Process. 1997 2 p. 973/635 

CS46, Toxics Use Reductions Case Study: Acushnet Rubber Company Achieves ISO 14001 
Certification, n.d. 4 p. 971/492 

CS47, Toxics Use Reduction Case Study: Korber Hats Eliminates Hazardous Air Pollutants. 
1997 4 p. 973/636 

An Introduction to OTA and TUR. 1 996 2 p. 972/5 1 1 

Mass Reduction: Ozone Depletion, UUraviolet Radiation and You. n.d. 4 p. 972/512 

Mass Reduction: Techniques and Technology for Source Reduction, n.d. 4 p. 972/513 

MilspecsRoundtable Proceedings of October 20, 1993, Boston. 1993 [var. pag.] EPA Contract 
No. 68-D2-0175 [Prepared by: Abt Associates.] 974/665 

Reducing Solvent Use in Vapor Degreasers and Dryers, n.d. 4 p. 972/5 14 

Toxics Use Reduction Act: Techniques and Technologies for the Future, n.d. 4 p. 972/5 1 5 

The Central Massachusetts Pollution Prevention Project, Summary Report, n.d. [var. pag.] 
971/493 

Office of Technical Assistance for Toxics Use Reduction 

H20me Improvements: A Wastewater & Pollution Prevention Curriculum. By Marina Gayl et 
al. 1994 [unpaged] [Project funded in part by the U.S. EPA as part of the Critical Parameters 
Grant] 974/666 

Household Hazardous Waste, n.d. 2 p. 972/516 

The Merrimack Project: Building Partnerships to Prevent Pollution in a Watershed, Summary 
Report. 1995 46 p. [Funded by the U.S. EPA, Industrial Pollution Prevention Project Grant 
X1001588-01-0.] 971/494 



Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Office of Technical Assistance for Toxics Use 
Reduction, continued 

Pollution Prevention Strategies for Three Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facilities: The 
Critical Parameters Project (Final Report). 1995 [var. pag] 971/495 

A Practical Approach to Solvent Substitution, n.d. 4 p. 972/517 

A Practical Guide to Toxics Use Reduction: Benefiting from TUR at Your Workplace. By 
Talbot Brewer 1992 [var. pag.] 974/667 

Secretaries Advisory Group on Environmental Education (SAGEE) 

Benchmarks on the Way to Environmental Literacy K - 12: For School-based Educators and 
Leaders of Youth Organizations, n.d. 110 p. 971/496 

Wetlands Restoration & Banking Program (WRBP ) 
Note: Established in the Secretary's Office in March 1994. 

Wetlands Restoration News, vol. 1, no. 1, Winter 1995. 1995 8 p. 972/518 

Wetlands Restoration News, vol. 1, no. 2, Fall 1995. 1995 13 p. 972/519 

Wetlands Restoration News, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring/Summer 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 972/520 

Wetlands Restoration News, vol. 3, no. 1, Winter/Spring 1997. 1997 11 p. 972/521 



Executive Office of Health and Human Services 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1 109, Boston, MA 02108 

Request for Information: Subsidized Child Care Services. 1997 lip. 971/497 



Executive Office of Transportation and Construction 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

Joint Feasibility Study Relating to a Unified Transportation System in the Metropolitan Area ; 
Required by Chapter 273 ofthe Acts of 1995. 1996 [var. pag.] 971/498 

Report ofthe Consultant Team on the Joint Feasibility Study Regarding the Metropolitan 
Highway System. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Commonwealth Capital Partners, Inc.] 
971/499 



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Film Office 

10 Park Plaza, Suite 2310, Boston, MA 021 16 

An Economic Survey of the Massachusetts Film & Video Industry, 1994 and 1995. 1997 26 p. 
[Prepared by: Northeastern Consulting Group] 972/522 



Fitchburg State College 

160 Pearl Street, Fitchburg, MA 01420-2697 

President's Report 1993/94. n.d. 24 p. 971/500 
President's Report 1996. n.d. [unpaged] 971/501 

Framingham State College 

P.O. Box 9101, 100 State Street, Framingham, MA 1701-9101 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 
Undergraduate Catalog 1997/98. n.d. 179 p. 974/668 

General Court 

State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Boston University/Chelsea Partnership School of Education, Boston University 
605 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 022 1 5 

Second Report to the Legislature. 1993 36 p. 974/670 

Third Report to the Legislature. 1994 36 p. 974/671 

Fourth Report to the Legislature. 1995 33 p. 974/672 

Fifth Report to the Legislature. 1996 35 p. 974/673 

Sixth Report to the Legislature. 1997 29 p. 974/674 

Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House 

Room 208 and Room 145, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

List of Committees of the General Court Updated as of September 29, 1997. 1997 100 p. 
974/669 



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General Court, Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House, continued 

Public Officers of Massachusetts 1997-1998. 1997 268 p. [This publication is commonly 
called "The Bird Book" and is available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 14, State House, Boston, 
MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 974/675 

Committee on Government Regulations 
Room 472, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Conference Committee Report of S. 2025 and H.5 1 1 7 (Electric Utility Restructuring). 1997 4 p. 
974/676 

Electric Utility Industry Restructuring. By Representative Daniel E. Bosley 1997 [var. pag.] 
[This is a draft proposal.] 974/677 

Proposed Legislation Relative to Lottery Operations (Including Keno). 1997 10 p. 973/637 

Conference Committee on the Budget 
Room 212, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

FY98 General Appropriations Act, Joint Rule 1 1 A, Line Items. 1997 55 p. 973/638 

FY98 General Appropriations Act, Joint Rule 1 1 A, Outside Sections. 1997 22 p. 973/639 

House Committee on Counties 

Room 33, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Staff Report Evaluating the Fiscal Responsibility, Community Services and Voter Support of the 
Commonwealth's Counties. 1997 10 p. 971/502 

House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 146, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

EMLICO: Preliminary Report. 1997 13 p. 972/523 

Interim Report on the 1995 Electric Mutual Liability Insurance Company 
(EMLICO)Reorganization Approval by the Massachusetts Division of Insurance. 1997 [var. pag] 
[Report includes the response of the Commissioner of Insurance, Linda L. Ruthardt] 974/678 

Preliminary Review: Department of Mental Heahh CHent Deaths and Investigations. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 972/524 

Report on the Massachusetts Department of Mental Retardation. An Investigation Including "Are 
You Sure About This Guy?", An Analysis of the Abuse of Two Mentally Retarded Men in 
Raynham, Massachusetts. 1997 131 p. 972/525 



General Court, House Committee on Post Audit and Qversiaht, continued 

Review of MHD'S Procurement of Street Sweepers by Means of Statewide Procurement. 1 997 
[var. pag.] 972/526 

Report on Taunton State Hospital 1997 [var. pag.] 974/679 

Review of Prevailing Wage Issues on the CA/T and Public Construction Projects. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 974/680 

Joint Committee on Electric Utility Restructuring 
Room 41 6A, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report and Legislation. 1997 [var. pag] [The committee was established by Chapter 151, 
Section 570 of the Acts of 1996] 971/503 

Joint Committee on Local Affairs 

Room 134, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

1992 Legislative Review. 1992 [var. pag] 973/640 

1993 Report. 1993 [var. pag] 973/641 

1994 Mid-Year Report. 1994 [var. pag] 973/642 

1995/96 Biennal Report, n.d. 64 p. 973/643 

Office of the House Historian 

Room 436, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Remarks of the Historian. By Joseph R. Gallitano 1997 5 p. 1997 House Doc 4589 973/644 

Office of the Senate President 

Room 332, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, Final Report. 1997 92 p. [Prepared by; ZHA 
Incorporated, Johnson Consulting and Fort Point Associates] 972/527 

The Office of the Senate President. By Thomas F. Birmingham n.d. 2 p. 974/681 

Trade & Convention Center (Interim Report). 1997 59 p. [Prepared by: ZHA Inc., Johnson 
Consulting and Fort Point Associates] 971/504 



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General Court, continued 

Office of the Speaker 

Room 356, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Address of Speaker Thomas M. Finneran of Boston on the Concerns of the Commonwealth By 
Thomas M. Finneran 1997 4 p. Journal of the House of Representatives, Wednesday, January 8, 
1997. 971/505 

Rules of the House of Representatives for the Year 1997/98. 1997 45 p. 1997 House Doc 1001 
971/506 

Regionalization Commission 

Final Report. 1997 [var. pag.] [The Commission was established by chapter 38, section 347 of 
the Acts of 1995.] 974/682 

Representative Gloria L. Fox 
Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Letter to the Commissioner of Correction Regarding the Death of Abel Remy. By Gloria L. Fox 
and Byron Rushing 1997 2 p. 974/683 

Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Driving Voters Away?: Implementation of Motor Voter Laws in Massachusetts. 1997 21 p. 
[See also: 1997 Senate Doc 1776.] 972/528 

Who's Minding the Store? A Plan to Reform the Weights and Measures System in 
Massachusetts. 1996 18 p. See also: 1996 Senate Doc 2468. 971/507 

Policy Brief Shear Discrimination. 1997 2 p. 973/645 

Senate Legislative Education Office 

Legislative Intern Handbook. 1997 33 p. 972/529 

Senator Cheryl A. Jacques 

Room 312-B, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Senate #148 - An Act Relative to Assault Weapons (Includes Fact Sheet). By Cheryl A. Jacques 
1997 9 p. 973/646 



General Court, continued 

Special Commission on Uncompensated Care 
Room 130, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report. 1997 [var. pag] [Commission established under the provisions of Chapter 203 of the 
Acts of 1996] 971/508 

Special Commission Relative to the Provision of School Nursing Services 
Room 109C, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report. 1997 24 p. 1997 House Doc 4242 [Commission estabHshed pursuant to Chapter 151, 
Section 585 of the Acts of 1996.] 972/530 

Special Education Study Commission 
Room 234, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Note: The committee was formed pursuant to section 666 of Chapter 151 of the Acts of 1996 as 

amended by Chapter 5 of the Acts of 1997. 

Meeting of the Committee with Recommendations for Revisions of the Law and Other Matters. 
1997 2 p. [Committee includes representatives from the Massachusetts Association of 
Superintendents] 972/531 

Summary Report and Final Recommendations. 1997 32 p. 973/647 

Special Subcommittee on the Management of Acute and Terminal Pain 
Room 167, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

***Report. 1997 [var. pag] [This committee is a subcommittee of the Joint Committee on 
Healthcare] 971/509 



Government Land Bank 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

* $80,000,000: $60,000,000 Taxable Bonds 1997 Series A; $20,000,000 Tax-Exempt Bonds 
1997 Series B; Dated: August 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary] 973/648 

$80,000,000: $60,000,000 Taxable Bonds 1997 Series A; $20,000,000 Tax-Exempt Bonds 1997 
Series B; Dated: August 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/649 



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Gk)vernor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

8th Consecutive Balanced Budget Communication. By William F. Weld 1997 [var. pag.] 
974/684 

An Act Relative to the Acquisition, Construction and Financing of Infrastructure and Other 
Improvements at Foxboro Stadium. 1997 [var. pag.] [See also: 1997 House Doc 4972.] 974/685 

The Governor's Budget Message. 1997 [var. pag] 971/510 

House No. 1: The Governor's Budget Recommendation FY98. 1997 314 p. [Also available on 
the World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/bb/fy98hl/cover.html.] 971/51 1 

Letter from Governor Weld and Lieutenant Governor Cellucci Regarding the Signing of the 8th 
Consecutive Balanced Budget (July 10, 1997). 1997 [var. pag] 974/686 

Message from His Excellency the Governor Relative to the Concerns of the Commonwealth. By 
William F. Weld 1997 12 p. 1997 Senate Doc 1 [Message Delivered in the House Chamber on 
Thursday, January 16, 1997.] 971/512 

A Parent's Guide to Street Drugs to Prevent Use by Our Children. 1997 [unpaged] 974/687 



Governor's Commission on Domestic Violence 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2100, Boston, MA 02202 

Finance Subcommittee 

Description of the Subcommittee's Structure and Function. 1997 3 p. [Committee was 
established by Acting Governor Cellucci on September 24, 1997.] 974/688 



Governor's Commission on Mential Retardation 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1 103 A, Boston, MA 02202 

Strategies for Change: Supporting Community Inclusion for Persons with Mental Retardation. 
1997 24 p. [Report from the Commission's Public Hearing held September 24, 1996 at Worcester 
State College.] 971/513 

Strategies for Change: Supporting Persons with Mental Retardation Who Have Health and 
Behavioral Challenges. 1994 3 1 p. [A report of the Commission's Public Hearing held on October 
25, 1994 at Holyoke Community College.] 974/689 

Strategies to Reduce the Waiting List: The viability of Family-State Funding Partnerships for 
New Residential Placements. By Diane Griffiths 1996 25 p. [Staff report] 974/690 



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Governor's Commission on Mental Retardation, continued 

A Study of Nursing Home Placements for Persons with Mental Retardation. By Bridget Berry 
n.d. [var. pag] [A staff report.] 974/691 

Trends in Community-Based Day Services: A Staff Report 1997 29 p 971/514 



Governor's Committee on Physical Fitness & Sports 

319 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 021 15 

Mass Fit: Working Toward a State of Fitness, Spring 1996. By Maggie Wilson 1996 8 p. 

972/532 



Governor's Highway Safety Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2104, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FFY96. nd. 81 p 973/650 

Massachusetts Action Plan for Highway Safety FY98. n.d. [unpaged] 974/692 



Governor's Legal Office 

Room 265, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

A Prevention Plan: FY98 Domestic Violence Initiative. 1997 10 p. 971/515 



Governor's Task Force on Hate Crime 

c/o Executive Office of Public Safety, One Ashburton Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1995: Hate Crime in Massachusetts. 1996 27 p. 971/516 
Hate Crime in Massachusetts 1996: Annual Report. 1997 [var. pag] 974/693 



Governor's Welfare to Work Advisory Committee 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report. 1996 2 p. 971/517 



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Greenfield Community College 

One College Drive, Greenfield, MA 01301 

Catalog 1997/97. n.d, 143 p. 972/533 



Group Insurance Commission 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 021 14 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees of the Commonwealth, Winter 
1996/97. 1996 6 p. 971/518 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees of the Commonwealth, Spring 
1997. 1997 8 p. 972/534 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees of the Commonwealth, July 
1997, 1997 4 p. 973/651 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees of the Commonwealth, October 
1997. 1997 6 p. 974/694 

New Insurance Rates Effective July 1, 1997. 1997 17 p. 972/535 

Survey Update of Active and Retired Employees. 1997 21 p. [Prepared by: Coopers & Lybrand 
L.L.P.] 974/695 



Highway Department 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

Bridge Manual Part I and Part H, Metric Edition 1995. 1995 [var. pag.] 973/652 

Construction and Traffic Standard Details, Metric Edition 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 973/653 

Highway Design Manual, Metric Edition 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/654 

Standard Specifications for Highways and Bridges, Metric Edition 1995. 1995 [var. pag] 
973/655 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Assabet River Rail Trail Feasibility Study, Final Draft. By Cathy Buckley Lewis et al, 1997 
35 p. 972/536 

Bike-to-the-Sea Feasibility Study (Final Draft) By Cathy Buckley Lewis 1996 31 p. 971/519 



Highway Department, Central Transportation Planning Staff, continued 

Metro West Bicycle-Pedestrian Study, Final Draft. By Cathy Buckley Lewis et al. 1996 [var. 
pag.] 972/537 

Minuteman-Charles River Bikeway Connector Feasibility Study (Final Draft). By Cathy Buckley 
Lewis 1996 47 p. 971/520 



Historical Commission 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Archaeology Week: Calendar of Events for October 4013, 1997. 1997 41 p. 974/696 

Preservation Advocate, vol. 23, 1997. 1997 12 p. 974/697 

State Register of Historic Places 1996. 1997 344 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 971/521 



Housing Finance Agency 

One Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1995. n.d. 110 p. 971/522 

Evaluation of the Financial Condition of the Massachusetts Housing Finance Agency's "Sharp" 
Loan Portfolio. 1997 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: McCall «& Almy, Inc.] 973/656 

MHFA1997. 1997 [unpaged] 972/538 



Housing Partnership Fund 

Two Oliver Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 17 p. 972/538A 



Industrial Finance Agency 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

$1,175,000 Revenue Bonds HME A Issue, Series 1997 Dated: August 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 
973/657 



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Industrial Finance Agency, continued • 

$1,620,000 Industrial Development Revenue Bonds (Techprint/Techgraphics Issue - Series 1997) 
New Issue, Dated: June 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 973/658 

$3,535,000 Revenue Bonds Seven Hills Foundation Issue, Series 1997 Dated: August 1, 1997. 
1997 [var. pag.] 973/659 

$7,000,000 Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (The New England College of Optometry Issue, Series 
1997), New Issue, October 10, 1997, 1997 [var. pag.] 974/698 

$7,500,000 Education Revenue Bonds (Dana Hall School Issue - Series 1997), New Issue, Dated: 
July 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/660 

$7,740,000 Assisted Living Revenue Bonds (The Arbors at Amherst Project, Series 1997), 
(GNMA Collateralized), New Issue, Dated: October 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 974/699 

$7,890,000 Variable Rate Revenue Bonds (Heritage at Hingham Issue, Series 1997), New Issue, 
Dated: June 25, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/661 

$8,000,000 Higher Education Revenue Bonds (Hampshire College Project-Series 1997), New and 
Refunding, Dated: June 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/662 

$8,500,000 Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds Mihon Academy Issue, Series 1997, New 
Issue, Dated: June 23, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 973/663 

$1 1,615,000 Dutchess County Development Agency (New York) Civic Facility Revenue Bonds 
(The Bard College Project, Series 1997), $4,970,000 Revenue Bonds, Simon's Rock College of 
Bard Issue, Series 1997, New Issues, Dated: June 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/664 

$13,765,000 Revenue Bonds (D'Youville Senior Care Issue - Series 1997), New Issue, Dated: 
October 15, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 974/700 

$29,600,000 Revenue Bonds (Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Series 1997-11), Refunding and 
New Issue, Dated: June 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 974/701 

*$30,4 10,000 Revenue Bonds Merrimack College Issue, Series 1997, New Issue, Dated: July 1, 
1997. 1997 [var. pag] [*Prehminary] 973/665 



Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts 

1 1 Arch Street, Boston, MA 02 1 1 0- 1 1 03 

Note: Reporting requirements have been established pursuant to St. 1990, c.338 as amended. 

Focus Fraud, vol. 1, no. 2, September 1994. 1994 8 p. [Vol. 1, no. 1 was not issued] 972/539 



Insurance Fraud Bureau of Massachusetts, continued 
Focus Fraud, vol. 2, no. 1, January 1995. 1995 8 p. 972/540 
Focus Fraud, vol. 2, no. 2, May 1995. 1995 8 p. 972/541 
Focus Fraud, vol. 2, no. 3, July 1995. 1995 8 p. 972/542 
Focus Fraud, vol. 2, no. 4, December 1995. 1995 8 p. 972/543 
Focus Fraud, vol. 3, no. 1, April 1996. 1996 8 p. 972/544 
Focus Fraud, vol. 3, no. 2, September 1996. 1996 8 p. 972/545 
Focus Fraud, vol. 3, no. 3, October 1996. 1996 8 p. 972/546 
Focus Fraud, vol. 3, no. 4, December 1996. 1996 8 p. 972/547 
Focus Fraud, vol. 4, no. 1, April 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/548 
Focus Fraud, vol. 4, no. 3, October 1997. 1997 8 p. 974/702 
Focus Fraud, vol. 4, no. 2, August 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/666 



John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs 

100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Fall 1997 Public Opinion Survey: Education Reform; Testing the Standards. 1997 1 1 p. 
[Presented by: The Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education; MassINC and the University 
of Massachusetts Economic Project.] 974/703 

McCormack Institute UPdate, December 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/524 

Opportunities and Dilemmas for Women Elected Officials in Massachusetts. By Elizabeth A 
Sherman and Susan H. Rohrbach 1996 57 p. An occasional paper. 971/523 

The University of Massachusetts McCormack Institute Poll: Taking the Pulse of Massachusetts, 
Public Policy/Public Attitudes, vol. 1, no. 1, Fall 1996. 1996 [unpaged] [This is a quarterly 
publication] 971/525 

The University of Massachusetts McCormack Institute Poll: Taking the Pulse of Massachusetts, 
Public Policy/Public Attitudes, vol. 1, no. 2, Fall 1996. 1996 [unpaged] [This is a quarterly 
publication.] 971/526 



John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, continued 

Managing the Central Artery/Tunnel Project: An Exploration of Potential Cost Savings 
(Executive Summary), 1997 7 p, 973/668 

Managing the Central Artery/Tunnel Project: An Exploration of Potential Cost Savings. 1997 
[var. pag.] 973/667 

Center for Social Policy Research 

Families at Risk: Final Project Report. By Donna Haig Friedman et at. 1996 [var. pag.] [This 
publication was a collaboration between the Center for Social Policy Research and Homes for 
Families with funding support from the Boston Foundation.] 971/527 



Labor Relations Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1604, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY94. n.d. 27 p. 971/528 

Annual Report FY95. n.d. 21 p. 971/529 

Annual Report FY96. n.d. 35 p. 971/530 
Annual Report FY97. 1997 36 p. 974/704 



Legal Assistance Corporation 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 820, Boston, MA 02108 

Beyond the Restraining Order: How Legal Assistance Can Help Abuse Victims Build Long 
Term Safety and Security. 1997 4 p. 974/705 



Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

LLRW Up-Front, vol. 3, no. 3, Summer 1994. 1994 4 p. 971/531 

LLRW Up-Front, vol. 4, no. 1, Winter 1995. 1995 4 p. 971/532 

LLRW Up-Front, vol. 4, no. 3, Summer 1995. 1995 4 p. 971/533 

LLRW Up-Front, vol. 5, no. 1, Winter 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/534 

Massachusetts Low-Level Radioactive Waste Survey Report 1995. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/535 



Maritime Academy 

101 Academy Drive, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532-1803 

Annual Report 1996, 1997 [unpaged] 972/549 
Fisheries Program 
MMA Sea Grant Fisheries Program 1997. n.d. 28 p. 971/536 



Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

$10,765,000 1997 Series B; $258,435,000 1997 Series C, General Transportation System Bonds, 
New Issue, Dated: August 1, 1997, 1997 [var. pag.] 973/669 

♦$165,000,000 1997Series A Notes, Dated: February 28, 1997, 1997 [var. pag.] 
[♦Preliminary] 971/537 

$165,000,000 Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 1997 Series A Notes, Dated: 
February 28, 1997, 1997 [var, pag] 971/538 

♦$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds 1997 Series A, Dated: June 1 1, 1997. 
1997 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary.] 972/550 

$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds 1997 Series A, New Issue, Dated: June 1, 
1997. 1997 [var. pag] 973/670 

♦$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds 1997 Series D, Dated: October 1, 1997. 
1997 [var. pag] [*Preliminary.] 974/706 

$200,000,000 General Transportation System Bonds, 1997 Series D, New Issue, Dated: 
November 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 974/707 

Information Statement Supplement Dated: April 10, 1997, 1997 Series A Notes. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 972/551 

The New Old Colony Railroad, n.d. 4 p. [There are two brochures about the Old Colony.] 
973/671 

Advisory Board 

120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

The Advisor, September 1997. 1997 4 p. [There has been no publication between 1991 and this 
issue.] 974/708 



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Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Advisory Board, continued 

MBTA Service Monitoring Report, Calendar Year 1996, Revised. 1997 28 p, 972/552 

Report to the MBTA Advisory Board: Mortgaging the MBTA, Year Two. 1997 [var. pag.] 
971/539 

Office for Transportation Access 

Ten Boylston Place, Boston, MA 021 16 

MBTA: ACCESS, The Guide to Accessible Services and Facilities. 1992 24 p. 972/553 

Massachusetts Bays Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2006, Boston, MA 02202 

Bays Connection Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1995. 1995 4 p. 971/540 

Bays Connection Newsletter, vol. 2, no. 2, Fall 1995. 1995 4 p. 971/541 

Bays Connection Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 1, Spring/Summer 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/542 

Comprehensive Conservation & Management Plan 1996, Summary, n.d. 57 p. 972/554 

Identification of Massachusetts Bays Embayments at Risk of Eutrophication. 1996 [var. pag.] 
MBP-96-02 [Prepared by: Menzie-Cura & Associates, Inc.] 971/543 

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency 

Box 1496, Framingham, MA 01701 

Annual Report. 1997 89 p. 974/709 

Training Calendar 1997. 1997 [unpaged] 972/555 



Massachusetts National & Community Service Commission 

c/o Massachusetts Youth Service Alliance, 87 Summer Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Fact Sheet, n.d. 1 p. 972/556 

SeniorSERVE! Intergenerational Service Programs: Request for Proposals, May 1997. 1997 
[unpaged] [Document issued in partnership with the Youth Service Alliance and the 
Massachusetts Department of Education.] 972/557 



Massachusetts Poison Control Center 

300 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 021 15 

1991 Annual Statistical Report. 1992 [unpaged] 973/672 

1992 Annual Statistical Report 1993 [unpaged] 973/673 

1993 Annual Statistical Report. 1994 [unpaged] 973/674 

1994 Annual Statistical Report. 1995 [unpaged] 973/675 

1995 Annual Statistical Report. 1996 [unpaged] 973/676 

1996 Annual Statistical Report, n.d [unpaged] 974/710 

Massachusetts Port Authority 

1 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02 1 1 6 

Annual Report 1993. n.d. [unpaged] 972/559 

Annual Report 1996; Massport Means Business, n.d. 41 p. 972/559 

Port Department 

Fish Pier East II, Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

Port ofBoston Strategic Plan. 1997 4 p. 971/544 

Port Planning and Development Department 

East Building II, Fish Pier, Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210 

Parcel F Questions. 1997 3 p. 973/677 

RFP (Request for Proposals): Parcel F Massport Waterfront Properties (Includes Maps ) 1997 
[var. pag.] 973/678 



MassGIS (Geographic Information Systems) 

20 Somerset Street, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02108 

MassGIS Datalayer Descriptions and Guide to User Services. 1997 [var. pag] [This is an 
updated version of the 1996 edition] 974/71 1 



Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

60 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02 1 1 1 

1990 Census Tract Boundary Maps: Salem-Gloucester PMSA (16 Community Maps). By 
Michael Sullivan et al. 1992 [unpaged] ED-92-14 972/560 

Beyond Capacity: Projected School Enrollment and Classroom Need in Natick. By Jay Buhr et 
al. 1993 [var. pag.] DA/93-003 972/561 

Bursting at the Seams: Projected School Enrollment and Classroom Need in Sharon. By 
Douglas Camahan et al. 1992 [var. pag.] DA/92-19 972/562 

Everett Demographic Profde. By Douglas Carnahan et al. 1997 50 p. DA/97-04 972/563 

MAPC Community Profiles. By Rachael Chioino et al. 1997 [unpaged] 972/564 

MAPC Grant Source: A Directory of Funding Programs for Municipalities. By Carol Kowalski 
etal. 1996 [var. pag.] 972/565 

MAPC Regional Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan. By Joan Blaustein and Mara Geoghegan 1997 
63 p. 972/566 

Population & Household Forecast. 1996 [var. pag.] 972/567 

Population & Household Forecast. 1996 [var. pag] [This is a summary report] 972/568 

Top Employers in the MAPC Region. By Douglas Carnahan et al. n.d. 245 p. 972/569 
Metropolitan Data Center 

MAPC GIS Lab Mapping and Data Services, n.d. 7 p. 971/545 

North Shore Task Force 

Environmental Tourism Strategies for the North Shore. By Judith C. Alland et al. 1996 [var. 
pag.] 972/570 



Metropolitan District Commission 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Quabbin Park and Reservation: Many Waters... Many Uses. n.d. 7 p. 972/571 



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Metropolitan District Commission, continued 
Reservations and Historic Sites 

CalendarofEvents, Spnng 1997. 1997 2p. 972/572 
Sewerage Division 

Industrial Waste Program: Guidance for Industrial Users. 1980 16 p. 971/546 



Metropolitan Planning Organization 

10 Park Plaza, Suite 2150, Boston, MA 021 16 



TRANSreport, Summer 1997. 1997 6 p. 973/679 



Military Division 

Camp Curtis Guild, Reading, MA 

Office of the State Quartermaster 

Massachusetts Military Reservation Facilities Upgrade. 1996 [var. pag.] EOEA No. 5834 
[Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report.] 972/573 

Massachusetts Military Reservation Facilities Upgrade, Executive Summary. 1996 27 p. EOEA 
No. 5834 [Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report.] 972/574 



Mount Wachusett Community College 

444 Green Street, Gardner, MA 01440-1000 

Catalog 1993/94. n.d. 160 p. 971/547 

Catalog 1995/96. 1995 131 p. 971/548 

College Catalog: Academic Year 1996/97. 1996 133 p. 971/549 



Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 

P.O. Box 426, Ludlow, MA 01056 

Annual Report 1996 and First Quarter Report 1997. 1997 22 p. 972/575 



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Municipal Wholesale Electric Company, continued 
Second Quarter Report for the Months Ended June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. 973/680 
Third Quarter Report for the Months Ended September 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. 974/712 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program 

Route 135, Westborough, MA 01581 

Massachusetts Natural Heritage Atlas 1997/98 Edition. 1997 [unpaged] 971/550 
Natural Heritage News, vol. 6, no. 1, Early Summer 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/681 
Small Research Contracts Program: 1997 Request for Proposals. 1997 5 p. 971/551 

Occupational Health Surveillance Program 

250 Washington Street, 6th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Fatal Injuries at Work: 1995 Update. 1997 4 p. 971/552 

Fatal Injuries at Work: 1995 Update and Detailed Tables. 1997 [unpaged] 971/553 

Protecting Working Teens: A Public Heahh Resource Guide. 1995 63 p. 971/554 

Higher Skills, Higher Wages and Higher Achievement: A Guide to Nontraditional Career 
Opportunities for Women. 1997 89 p. 972/576 



Office for Children 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

ChildCare 2000 

Child Care in the Neighborhood: Caring for Children with Disabilities, An Adapted Training 
Curriculum. By Barbara Tolber and Valerie Taylor 1997 [var. pag.] [This program was created 
as a resuh of a Federal Grant.] 972/577 

Professional Development Advisory Group 

Caring About the Caregiver: A Report on Massachusetts Professional Development in Early 
Care and Education. 1994 [var. pag.] 974/713 



OfTice for Refugees and Immigrants 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Demographic Update 1997: Refugees and Immigrants in Massachusetts. 1997 48 p. 973/682 

Request for Response (RFR); Citizenship Assistance Program FY98. 1997 [unpaged] 
973/683 



Office for School to Work Transition 

101 Summer Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

The Connector, vol. 1 no. 4, Winter 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/555 
The Connector, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1997. 1997 4 p. 972/578 

Office for Victim Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1 104, Boston, MA 02202 

Directory of Victim and Witness Assistance Programs in Massachusetts. 1997 29 p. 973/684 

Disability Resources, n.d. 3 p. 974/714 

Massachusetts Annual Victim Rights Conference. 1997 [var. pag.] [Conference held at the 
State House, April 17, 1997.] 972/579 

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA): FY97 Grants in Massachusetts; Directory, n.d. 13 p. 972/580 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 41 1, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Opinion (Candidate Recruitment, Candidate Schools and Independent Expenditures). 
1997 5 p. AO-97-23 974/715 

Advisory Opinion (Contribution to the Beverly Technology Fund). 1997 4 p. AO-97-18 
974/716 

Advisory Opinion (Donation to Suffolk University). 1996 4 p. AO-96-32 971/556 

Advisory Opinion (Emergency Medical Services Political Action Committee). 1997 5 p. AO- 
97-11 972/581 

Advisory Opinion (Establishment of Louis Bertonazzi Foundation). 1997 3 p. AO-97-19 
974/717 



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Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Establishment of Louis Bertonazzi Foundation). 1997 3 p. AO-97-19A 
974/718 

Advisory Opinion (Establishment of Political Action Committee to Support both Federal and 
State Candidates). 1997 2 p. AO-97-08 972/582 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditure of Campaign Funds to Pay for Creation of an Internet Home 
Page). 1997 2 p. AO-97-06 971/557 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditure of Campaign Funds to Pay for State Recount Litigation in 
Connection with Federal Election). 1997 3 p. AO-97-02 973/685 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditure of Public Funds to Distribute Information to Voters). 1997 3 p. 
AO-97-05 971/558 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditure of Public Funds to Distribute Information to Voters). 1997 3 p. 
AO-97-16 973/686 

Advisory Opinion (Libertarian Political Committees). 1997 3 p. AO-97-04 971/559 

Advisory Opinion (Limited Liability Companies). 1997 5 p. AO-97-15 973/687 

Advisory Opinion (Massachusetts Nurses Association). 1997 3 p. AO-97-21 974/719 

Advisory Opinion (Methods of Increasing PAC Membership and Expanding PAC Membership 
Benefits). 1997 5 p. AO-97-07 971/560 

Advisory Opinion (Middlesex, Norfolk & Worcester Regional Democratic Alliance). 1997 4 p. 
AO-97-20 974/720 

Advisory Opinion (Payroll Deduction Plan for Local 1118 AFSCME). 1997 3 p. AO-97-01 
971/561 

Advisory Opinion (Polling Expenditures). 1997 2 p. AO-97-22 974/721 

Advisory Opinion (Proceeds ofa Winning Raffle Ticket). 1997 2 p. AO-97-12 973/688 

Advisory Opinion (Reporting by Local Party Committee on a Ballot Question). 1997 3 p. AO- 
97-14 973/689 

Advisory Opinion (Representative Jo Ann Sprague). 1997 2 p. AO-97-09 972/583 



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Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Republican Party Web Page ). 1997 2 p. AO-97-13 973/690 

Advisory Opinion (Town Meeting Member Establishing or Serving as Officer of Political Action 
Committee). 1996 2 p. AO-97-3 ^971/562 

Advisory Opinion (Tri-Town Citizens for Masconomet's Expansion). 1997 3 p. AO-97-10 
972/584 

Advisory Opinion (Use of Public Resources for Community Outreach). 1997 2 p. AO-97-17 
973/692 

Annual Report 1996: Educate, Inform, Protect. 1997 31 p. 972/587 

Campaign Finance Activity by Candidates for the Massachusetts General Court in 1996. 1997 
[var. pag.] 973/692 

Campaign Finance Activity by Political Action Committees in Massachusetts 1995 & 1996. n.d. 
[var. pag.J 972/585 

Contributions to PAC's via Wire Transfer. 1997 2 p. M-96-02 973/693 

Disposition Agreement: Ahimsa Foundation and the Massachusetts Audubon Society. 1997 4 p. 
973/694 

Disposition Agreement: Committee to Elect Candice Early Lopes. 1997 5 p. 973/695 

Disposition Agreement: OCPF and Home Depot U.S.A., Inc. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/696 

Interpretive Bulletin: Extent to Which Appointed and Elected Officials May Act or Speak in 
Support ofor Opposition to Ballot Questions. 1997 4 p. OCPF-IB-92-02 [Issued: September 24, 
1992 and Revised: April 16, 1997] 973/697 

Interpretive Bulletin: Political Activity, Organization and Dissolution of Ballot Question 
Committees and Civic Organizations' Involvement in Ballot Question Campaigns. 1997 3 p. 
OCPF-IB-95-02 [Issued: March 21, 1995 and Revised: May 16, 1997] 973/698 

Interpretive Bulletin: The Applicability of the Campaign Finance Law to Organizations Other 
Than Political Committees. 1996 7 p. OCPF-IB-88-01 [Issued: September 1988 and Revised: 
March 5, 1996] 973/699 

Interpretive Bulletin: The Application of the Campaign Finance Laws to Public Employees and 
Political Solitication. 1996 8 p. OCPF-IB-92-01, Revised October 9,1996. 971/563 



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Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Interpretive Bulletin: The Application of the Campaign Finance Law to the Use of Governmental 
Resources for Political Purposes. 1997 7 p. OCPF-IB-91-01 [Issued: October 3 1 , 1 99 1 and 
Revised: April 18, 1997] 973/700 

Memorandum: Anonymous Contributions. 1996 2 p. M-96-03 971/564 

Memorandum: Expenditures for Use of Personal Automobiles. 1997 2 p. M-97-02 [Issued: 
February 3, 1997; Superseded M-90-02] 973/701 

Memorandum: Political Committee Automobile Leases. 1997 3 p. M-97-03 [Issued: February 
3, 1997; Superseded M-90-02] 973/702 

Memorandum: Reimbursements for Good and Services Purchased by Individuals from Third 
Parties. 1997 2 p. M-97-04 [Issued: Febmary 27, 1997] 973/703 

Memorandum: Section 3 Penalty, Requests for Waiver and Appeal Procedure. 1996 1 p. M-96- 
04 971/565 

Memorandum: Settlement of Debts. 1996 3 p. M-96-01 973/704 

OCPF Reports, vol. 1, no. 5, Winter 1996. 1996 4 p. 971/566 

OCPF Reports, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring 1997. 1997 4 p. 972/586 

OCPF Reports, vol. 2, no. 2, Summer 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/705 

OCPF Reports, vol. 2, no. 3, Fall 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/722 

Political Action Committees and People's Committees: A Listing of State and County 
Committees and CPF ID Numbers. 1997 22 p. 974/723 

Preliminary Information for Candidates Interested in Receiving Public Financing in 1998 1997 
2 p. M-97-01 973/706 



Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 141 1, Boston, MA 02108 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-1 : Thousands of Drivers to Lose Auto Insuramce Discounts. 1997 
1 p. 974/724 



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Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation, continued 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-2: Travel Packages. 1997 1 p. 974/725 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-3: Area Code Reassignment Impacts Over One Million 
Massachusetts Consumers. 1997 2 p. 974/726 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-4: Shoppers Guide to Alternative Indemnity and HMO Plans. 1997 
2 p. 974/727 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-5: Tax Preparation Services. 1997 2 p. 974/728 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-6: Cellular Phone Pricing Schemes Mislead Consumers. 1997 2 p. 
974/729 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-7: National Credit Reporting Agency Denies Massachusetts 
Consumer Credit Reports. 1997 1 p. 974/730 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-8: Drivers Beware of Illegally Overpriced Towing Services. 1997 
1 p. 974/73 1 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-9: Is Fen-Phen a Scam-Scam? The Skinny on the New Diet Drugs. 
1997 2 p. 974/732 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-10: Spring Cleaning Could Save Your Child's Life. 1997 2 p. 
974/733 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-11: Wine Advertisements. 1997 1 p. 974/734 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-13: With Consumer Debt at an All-time High, Some Debt 
Collectors Cross the Line. 1997 2 p. [There is no advisory numbered 97-12.] 974/735 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-14: Roadblock on the Information Superhighway. 1997 1 p. 
[There is no advisory numbered 97-12.] 974/736 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-1 5: How to Ensure You're Not Left Holding the Bag When 
Lechmere Closes its Doors. 1997 1 p. [There is no advisory numbered 97-12] 974/737 

Consumer Alert Advisory 97-16: Card Sharks Sued for Raising Interest Rates on Credit Cards. 
1997 1 p. [There is no advisory numbered 97-12.] 974/738 

Consumer Guide to the Lemon Law Program. 1997 2 p. 973/707 

Consumer's Guide to the New Car Lemon Law (Updated). 1996 [unpaged] 971/567 

Lemon Aid Law: Fact Sheet. 1997 2 p. 973/708 



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OfTice of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation, continued 

LemonIndexl996. 1997 3p. 973/709 

New & Leased Car Lemon Law: Fact Sheet. 1997 2 p. 973/710 

Summer Safety. 1997 9 p. 972/588 

Used Vehicle Warranty Law: Fact Sheet. 1997 2 p. 973/711 

Who's Making Sure That You Dont Get Burned at Tanning Salons?: A Survey of Local Tanning 
Salon Inspection Procedures. 1997 7 p. 972/589 



Office of Employee Relations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Agreement: Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Alliance, AFSCME-SEIU, AFL-CIO July 
1, 1997 to June 30, 1999. 1997 90 p. 972/590 

The Contract 1980-83 (Plus 509/DSS Agreement: Agreement Between the Alliance (AFSCME- 
SEIU, AFL-CIO) and the Commonweahh of Massachusetts, n.d. 116 p. 972/591 



Office of International Trade and Investment 

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 902, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1996. n.d. 10 p. 974/739 

Information Technology Directory. 1992 [var. pag.] 974/740 

International Biomed Directory. 1992 99 p. 974/741 

International EnviroTech Directoiy. n.d. 87 p. [Printed courtesy of Foley, Hoag & Eliot.] 

974/742 

Massachusetts Trade Mission: Israel. 1997 [var. pag.] 974/743 
Massachusetts Trade Mission: The Philippines. 1996 [var. pag.] 974/744 



Office of Refugee and Immigrant Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Refugee Heahh Assessment Program Annual Report July 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996. 1997 75 p. 
971/568 



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Office of Refugee and Immigrant Health, continued 

Refugees and Immigrants in Massachusetts: An Overview of Selected Communities. 1997 
[unpaged] 972/592^ 



Office of the Commissioner of Probation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 405, Boston, MA 02108 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 5, no.l, April 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/593 

Probation Officer Telephone Directory. 1997 37 p. 972/594 

A Report to the Joint Committee on the Judiciary on the Development and Implementation of; 
Statewide Domestic Violence Record Keeping System which Includes a Registry of Civil 
Restraining, Protective and Abuse Prevention Orders. 1992 [var. pag.] [Pursuant to Chapter li 
Section 7.1 971/569 



Office of the Comptroller 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Expenditure Classification Handbook. 1997 [unpaged] 972/595 

Module 1: Introduction to MM ARS. n.d. 139 p. 971/570 
Department Assistance Bureau 

Catalogof Training Courses January - December 1997. 1997 17 p. 971/572 

Catalogof Training Courses January - March 1997. 1997 lip. 971/571 

Financial Reporting and Analysis Bureau 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1996. 1996 122 p. 
[Information also available on the World Wide Web at http://www. state.ma.us/osc//osc.htm.] 
971/573 

Statutory Basis Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1996. 1996 72 p. 971/573 



Office of the Inspector General 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Private Office Space Leasing by State Agencies. 1997 70 p. 971/575 



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Office of the Inspector General, continued 
Procurement Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 2, March 1996. 1996 4 p. 972/596 
Procurement Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 3, September 1996. 1996 5 p. 972/597 
Procurement Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 4, December 1996. 1996 3 p. 972/598 
Procurement Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 1, March 1997. 1997 3 p. 972/599 
Procurement Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 2, June 1997. 1997 3 p. 972/600 
Procurement Bulletin, vol. 3, no. 3, September 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/712 
A Study of Improper Motor Vehicle Registrations. 1997 [var. pag.] 972/601 



Office of the Jury Commissioner 

560 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA 021 18-2447 

A Few Facts About Jury Duty. 1997 2 p. 973/713 

How the One Day/One Trial Jury System Affects Employers & Employees. 1994 2 p. 
973/714 

So You're 18: That means... you can drive a car, you can work, etc. and you can serve JURY 
DUTY. n.d. 2 p. [Available in English and Spanish.] 973/715 

A Student's Guide to Jury Duty. 1996 2 p. 973/716 



Office of the Secretary of State 

Room 337, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

***Historical Data Relating to Counties, Cities and Towns in Massachusetts 1997, 5th Edition. 
1997 176 p. [PubHshed by the New England Historic Genealogical Society.] 973/717 

Registries of Deeds Transfer Study Committee 

Report. 1997 [unpaged] [Committee established under Chapter 151, Section 672 of the Acts of 
1996] 971/576 



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Office of the Secretary of State, continued 

Securities Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1701, Boston, MA 02108 

Securities Bulletin, Fall 1997. 1997 12 p. [This is an irregular publication and has not been 
produced for quite some time.] 974/745 

State Publications and Regulations 

Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

State Bookstore Catalog July 8, 1997. 1997 73 p. 973/71 7A 

State Bookstore Catalog August 4, 1997. 1997 73 p. 973/7 17B 

StateBookstoreCatalog, November 1997. 1997 73 p. 974/746 

Tours and Government Education Division 
Room 194, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The Guide's Gazette, Summer 1997. 1997 21 p. 973/718 

The Massachusetts State House; A Guide to a Walking Tour and a Short but Interesting History 
of the Building, n.d. 17 p. 971/577 

State House Gift Cart Catalogue, Updated 3/97. 1997 10 p. 972/602 



Office of Training and Employment Policy 

HurleyBuilding, Boston, MA 02114 

Partnership Center 

A Fundraising Guide for Private Industry Councils and Service Delivery Areas in Massachusetts. 
1985 [var. pag.] 971/578 

OTEP Assessment Training: Readings/Handouts. 1986 [var. pag.] 971/579 



Office of Travel & Tourism 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Boston; The 1996/97 Official Guidebook, n.d. 160 p. 972/603 
Massachusetts Bicycle Guide, n.d. 2 p. 973/719 



Office of Travel & Tourism, continued 
Massachusetts Getaway Guide 1997. 1997 140 p. 971/580 

Office on Disability 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1305, Boston, MA 02108 

Cultural Access Institute. 1997 [var. pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with Very Special Arts 
Massachusetts and held in Boston on May 27-30, 1 997.] 972/604 

Disability Laws in Massachusetts. 1997 30 p. 972/605 

Old Colony Planning Council 

70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02401-4097 

Annual Report 1996/97. 1997 [unpaged] 974/747 

Going Places: Joint Transportation Committee Newsletter, March 1997. 1997 6 p. 971/581 

Going Places: Joint Transportation Committee Newsletter, June 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/720 

Going Places: Joint Transportation Committee Newsletter, October 1997. 1997. 4 p. 974/748 

NEWSLINE, Spring 1997. 1997 2 p. 972/606 

NEWSLINE, Summer 1997. 1997 2 p. 973/721 

NEWSLINE, Fall 1997. 1997 1 p. 974/749 



Operational Services Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Burma Restriction List (Established by Chapter 130 of the Acts of 1996). 1996 13 p. [This list 
will be updated quarterly. It is available on the World Wide Web at: 
http://www.magnet.state.ma.us; Executive Office for Administrative and Finance and then 
Operational Services Division] 971/603 

Burma Restriction List, March 1997. 1997 [unpaged] [This list is available in Adobe Acrobat 
Format from the World Wide Web at: http://www.magnet.state.ma.us. The agency will be found 
on the menu under Agencies and then under Executive Office for Administration and Finance] 
972/607 



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Operational Services Division, continued 

Burma Restriction List, October 1997. 1997 10 p. [This list is available in Adobe Acrobat 
Format from the World Wide Web at: http://www.state.ma.us. The agency will be found on the 
menu under Agencies and then under Executive Office for Administration and Finance.] 974/750 

Note: Updates are available on the World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/ 
osd/memotoc. htm. ] 

OSD Update, 97-1 : Statewide Contract for Travel Services No. ST7B01 A. 1996 22 p. 
971/582 

OSD Update, 97-2: Price Agreement A5286- Audiovisual Equipment, Accessories & Supplies. 
1996 Ip. 971/583 

OSD Update, 97-3 : Contract Extension for Paging Devices and Services - MSA ST5L25 1 . 1996 
2 p. 971/584 

OSD Update, 97-4: Extension of Master Service Agreement SY3T091 Amendment to DPGS 
Memorandum 96-6 Auditing Service of Utility Bills. 1996 1 p. 971/585 

OSD Update, 97-5: PC State Wide Contract, N6922, BT6L41P, BT6H03P - PC and Network 
Hardware, Software, Maintenance and Integrator Services. 1996 2 p. 971/586 

OSD Update, 97-6: Updated/Revised Copier Contract Award Summary Price Agreement 15500 
(Includes Schedules 1-4). 1996 [var. pag.] 971/587 

OSD Update, 97-7: Price Agreement A5286 - Audiovisual Equipment, Accessories & Supplies. 
1996 9 p. 971/588 

OSD Update, 97-8 (Release as 97-5A): EDI and the PC State Wide Contract, N6922, BT6L41P, 
BT6H03P - PC and Network Hardware, Software, Maintenance and Integrator Services. 1996 1 p. 
971/589 

OSD Update, 97-9: Statev^de Contract for Incontinent Care Products ~ Blanket Contract 
Number; HSPOl. 1996 7 p. 971/590 

OSD Update, 97-10: Updated/Revised Price Agreement A6058 - Plywood, Hardboard, Wallboard, 
Lumber and Nails. 1996 7 p. 971/591 

OSD Update, 97- 1 1 : Awarding of Statewide Contract for Sterilization Supplies - Blanket 
Contract Number HSP03. 1996 3 p. 971/592 

OSD Update, 97-12: Awarding of Statewide Contract for Medical & Surgical Supplies - Blanket 
Contract Number HSP02. 1996 6 p. 971/593 



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Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, 97-13: Extension of Statewide Contract ST5J501, Amendment to DPGS 
Memorandum 95-14, Management, Staff & Computer Training Services. 1996 84 p. 971/594 

OSD Update, 97-13: Extension of Statewide Contract ST5J501 Amendment to DPGS 
Memorandum 95-14 Management, Staff & Computer Training Services. 1996 5 p. 971/595 

OSD Update, 97-14: Vendor Experience Listing for Consulting Services - Statev^dde Contract for 
Information Technology Consultant Services - MSA #BT6H03s; Addendum to DPGS 
Memorandum 96-25. 1997 19 p. 971/596 

OSD Update, 97-15: Statewide Contract Number B5082 - Stockless Office Supply. 1997 1 p. 
971/597 

OSD Update, #97-16: Limited User Contract: Animal Feed, Supplies & Bedding ANIOIOO- 
0600. 1997 23 p. 974/751 

OSD Update, #97-17: Purchasing Microsoft Software with Select 4.0 Program. 1997 3 p. 
971/598 

OSD Update, #97-18: Statewide Contract for General Offset Printing Services; Blanket Contract 
No. 1-6500. 1997 [unpaged] 971/599 

OSD Update, #97-19: Announcement of Massachusetts Directory Solutions Provider (MDSP) 
Program - Banyan Systems Volume Discount. 1997 18 p. 974/752 

OSD Update, #97-20: Awarding of Statev^de Contract for Uniform Apparel, Footwear, 
Firefighting Clothing and Accessories - Statewide Contract - CLT02. 1997 [unpaged] 974/753 

OSD Update, # 97-21 : Awarding of State Wide Contract for Premise Based Telephone Systems, 
ITTOl. 1997 8 p. 971/598 

OSD Update, # 97-22: Statewide Contract for Miscellaneous Clothing, Footwear and 
Accessories -Contract No. CLTOl. 1997 14 p. 971/599 

OSD Update, #97-23: Awarding of Statewide Contract for Medical Equipment Beds and 
Furnishings - Blanket Contract No. HSP04. 1997 8 p. 974/754 

OSD Update, #97-24: Extension of Statewide Contract for Travel Services (ST7B01A), 
Amendment to DPGS Memorandum 97-1. 1997 [var. pag] 974/755 

OSD Update, #97-24 A: Changes to Statewide Contract for Travel Services (ST7B01A); 
Amendment to OSD Update #97-24. 1997 1 p. 974/756 



Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, #97-25: Updated/Revised Copier Contract Award Summary Price Agreement 
15500. n.d. [var. pag] 974/757 

OSD Update, #97-26: Awarding of Statewide ITT03, for Telephone System Maintenance 
Services. 1997 8 p. 972/608 

OSD Update, #97-27; Awarding of Statewide Contract for Clinical/Diagnostic, Forensic & 
Environmental Laboratory Products-Blanket Contract #HSP05. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/722 

OSD Update, #97-28: Awarding of Statewide Contract for Clinical/Diagnostic, Forensic & 
Environmental Laboratory Products - Blanket Contract Number HSP05. 1997 [var. pag.] 
972/608 

OSD Update, #97-29: Contract for Influenza Vaccine for the 97/98 Flu Season Resulting from 
RFRMED02. 1997 1 p. 974/758 

OSD Update, #97-30: Comm-P ASS Phase IE. 1997 [var. pag] 974/759 

OSD Update, #97-3 1 : Utility Bill Audit Services. 1997 [var. pag] p. 974/760 

OSD Update, #97-32: Extension of Statewide Contract ST6J461, Temporary Clerical Services. 
1997 1 p. 974/761 

OSD Update, #97-33; Awarding of Statewdde Contract for Building Materials and Supplies - 
Statewide Contract No. FAC02. 1997 14 p. 973/723 

OSD Update, #97-34; Prime Grocer Award to Provide Staple Products, Food Items and Related 
Goods & Services; Statewide Contract Ref #-G5700. 1997 7 p. 973/724 

OSD Update, #97-34A: Supplement to Prime Grocer Contract G5700, 1997 1 p. 973/725 

OSD Update, #97-35; Contract Award for Master Service Agreement #ST7J21 1, Collection and 
Recycling of Fluorescent Lamps, HID Lamps, Ballasts, Computer Equipment and Batteries. 1997 
8 p. 973/726 

OSD Update, #97-36; Contract Extension: 15500 Purchase of Equipment and Supplies, MSA 
ST5L461 Maintenance/Service Plan, MSA ST7L061 Lease Purchase of Equipment/ Accessories 
and MSA ST7L261 Rental of Equipment. 1997 2 p. 973/727 

OSD Update, #97-37; Personal Care Products and Supplies, Contract No. CLT03. 1997 5 p. 
973/728 

OSD Update, #97-38; Statewide Contract #B6042 Laser Toner Printer Cartridges. 1997 6 p. 
973/729 



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Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, #97-39; Extension of Statewide Contract 1-7505 for Stock Computer Forms 
(Recycled), Contract Extended with Revised Prices Through November 30, 1997. 1997 3 p. 
973/730 

OSD Update, #97-40; New-Statewide Contract for Referenced Laboratory Services, Resuhing 
fromRFRMEDOl. 1997 19 p. 973/731 

OSD Update, #98-1; Extension of Statewide Contract ST5J501, Management, Staff & Computer 
Training Services. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/732 

OSD Update, #98-2; Oracle Statewide Contract for Products and Services. 1997 12 p. 
973/733 

OSD Update, #98-3; Year 2000 Issue and Information Technology Statewide Contracts. 1997 
5 p. 973/734 

OSD Update, #98-4; Extension of Pharmaceutical Prime Vending and Pharmaceutical Group 
Purchasing Organization Contract. 1997 4 p. 973/735 

OSD Update, #98-5; Statewide Contract for Stockless Office Supplies, Blanket Contract #OFF- 
01. 1997 4 p. 973/736 

OSD Update, #98-6; Tax Exempt Lease Purchase (TELP) Financing. 1997 10 p. 973/737 

OSD Update, #98-7: Foreign Language Written Translation and Oral Interpretation Services. 
1997 6 p. 974/762 

OSD Update, #98-8: Statewide Contract for Pneumococcal Vaccine (MED08). 1997 1 p. 
974/763 

OSD Update, #98-9: Awarding State Wide Contract for Paging Devices, Agreement #BT8L25P. 
1997 2 p. 974/764 

OSD Update, #98-10: Statewide Contract for Recycled Paint #FAC07. 1997 4 p. 974/765 

OSD Update, #98-1 1 : New Contract for Underground Storage Tank Testing and Licensed Site 
Professional Services- Contract #SY8J2 12. 1997 [unpaged] 974/766 

OSD Update, #98-1 1 : New Statewide Contract for #2 Distillate Fuel Oil (ENE03; New 
Statewide Contract for #4 and #6 Residual Fuel Oil (ENE04) and Renewal of Propane Contract 
(F5017). 1997 lip. 974/767 



Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, #98-1 1 A; Renewal of Propane Contract (F5017) ***Important Correction***. 
1997 1 p. 974/768 

OSD Update, #98-14: Awarding of Statewide Contract for Gases: Medical, Laboratory, 
Industrial & Therapeutic (Bulk, Cylinders & Systems), Without Rental Fees-Blanket Contract No. 
HSP07. 1997 10 p. 974/769 

OSD Update, #98-15; 17507 Envelopes, Recycled Extension of Statewide Contract with the 
Same Prices thru April 26, 1998. 1997 5 p. 974/770 

OSD Update, #98-16; 1-6506 Paper Stock (Cut and Flat) Extension of Statewide Contract with 
Revised Prices thru April 15, 1998. 1997 5 p. 974/771 

OSD Update, #98-17: Renewal of Diesel contract (F6401); Termination of Diesel Contract 
(F54A1); Important Information about Red-Dyed Diesel Fuel and Non-profit Public Agencies. 
1997 Ip. 974/772 

OSD Update, #98-18; Extension of Laser Printer Toner Cartridges Statewide Contract B6042; 
Contract Extended Thru November 5, 1998-Last Extension. 1997 6 p. 974/773 

OSD Update, #98-3 5 A; Additional Services on Master Service Agreement #ST7J21 1, 
Fluorescent Lamp Recycling. 1997 1 p. 974/774 

OSDiscussions... Volume 1, Issue 2, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 971/600 

OSDiscussions. . Volume 1, Issue 3, Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 971/601 

OSDiscussions... Volume 1, Issue 4, Summer 1997. 1997 8 p. 973/738 

OSDiscussions... Volume II, Issue 1, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 974/775 

OSDiscussions...Volumen,Issue3, Winter 1998. 1997 8 p. 974/776 

Procurement & Procedures Handbook, Updated June 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/739 
Recycled and Environmentally Preferable Products Guide for Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
State Contracts, Volume V. 1997 18 p. 971/602 

Recycled and Environmentally Preferable Products and Services Guide for State Contracts, 
Volume VI. 1997 25 p. 973/740 

Regional Contract Education. 1997 3 p. 974/777 

Status of CAPS Due Since 6/18/96; Notification to PPAs. 1997 [var. pag.] 972/610 



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Outdoor Advertising Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report for Calendar Year 1996. 1997 9 p. 972/611 



Pesticide Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

IPM: Integrated Pest Management Kit for Building Managers (How to Implement an Integrated 
Pest Management Program in Your Building(s)). n.d. [var. pag] 971/604 



Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 

26 Central Street, West Springfield, MA 01089-2787 

Annual Update to the Overall Economic Development Plan. 1996 21 p. [Prepared by: The 
Center for Economic Development, University of Massachusetts.] 972/612 

Artificial Recharge: Evaluation and Guidance to Municipalities, A Guide to Stormwater 
Infiltration Practices in Public Water Supply Areas of Massachusetts. 1996 46 p. [Prepared for 
the Massachusetts Division of Water Supply.] 972/613 

Community Profiles and Facility Profiles, n.d. [var. pag] 972/614 

Conserving Rural Lands: New Tools for Small Communities in Protecting Natural Resources, 
Managing Growth and Enhancing Community Character. 1997 [var. pag] 973/741 

Data Digest: A Statistical Profile of the Pioneer Valley Region. 1997 4 p. 973/742 

Draft Regional Pavement Management Report: Evaluation of Pavement Conditions and 
Maintenance Requirements. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/743 

Nitrogen Concentrations in Well Water: A Handbook for Protecting Community Resources. 
1996 51 p. [Guide funded by the Executive Office of Communities and Development and the 
Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning Association. ] 972/6 1 5 

Pavement Management Program: Agawam. 1997 [var. pag] [Funded by the Massachusetts 
Highway Department and the U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Highway 
Administration.] 972/616 

Regional Transportation Plan for the Pioneer Valley 1997 (Update). 1997 [var. pag.] 973/744 

Unified Transportation Work Program 1998. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/745 



Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, continued 

Valley Vision: The Pioneer Valley Regional Land Use Plan, Executive Summary 1996 8 p. 

972/617 



Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1101, Boston, MA 02108 

Investment Report as of December 31, 1996. 1997 57 p. 973/746 

Report to the General Court Relative to the Early Intervention Program for Injured Public 
Employees and Educational Programs for Safety in the Workplace. 1997 14 p. 1997 House Doc 
4965 [Report issued under Section 14 of Chapter 427 of the Acts of 1996 and amended by Section 
9 of Chapter 17 of the Acts of 1997.] 974/778 



Public Records Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1719, Boston, MA 02 1 08 

Lobbyist Section 

Massachusetts Lobbyists & Employers 1996 Year End Report of Disclosed Salaries January 1 
through December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] 971/606 

Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers 1996 Year End Report January 1, 1996 to December 
31, 1996. 1996 172 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 971/605 

Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers January 1, 1997 to March 26, 1997. 1997 306 p. 
972/618 

Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers January 1, 1997 to July 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 
973/747 



Rate Setting Commission 

Two Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

Note: This agency has been consolidated with the Department of Medical Security to create the 

Division of Health Care Finance and Policy as of July 1, 1996. 

Comparing Hospital Costs: Continuing the Dialogue for Improvement. 1995 46 p. 972/619 

Comparing Hospital Costs: FY94 Inpatient Data Supplement. 1996 15 p. 972/620 



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Rate Setting Commission, continued 

M.A.I.N. Outreach: A Quarterly Newsletter for Massachusetts Asthma Improvement Network, 
Falll995. 1995 7 p. [This newsletter is now called Progress Notes] 972/621 

M.A.I.N. Outreach: A Quarterly Newsletter for Massachusetts Asthma Improvement Network, 
Spring 1995. 1995 9 p. [This newsletter is now called Progress Notes.] 972/622 

M. A.I.N. Outreach: A Quarterly Newsletter for Massachusetts Asthma Improvement Network, 
Winter 1996. 1996 5 p. [This newsletter is now called Progress Notes.] 972/623 

Nursing Facilities in Massachusetts: 1994 Update. 1996 42 p. 972/624 

Progress Notes: A Quarterly Newsletter for Massachusetts Health Care Quality Improvement 
Networks, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. [This newsletter was formerly called M.A.I.N. Outreach] 

972/625 



Registry of Motor Vehicles 

P.O. Box 199100, Roxbury, MA -21 19-9100 

Driver's Manual (Passenger Vehicles, Motorcycles, n.d. 131 p. [Comprehensive information is 
also available on the World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/rmv] 971/607 



Rehabilitation Commission 

Fort Point Place, Suite 600, 27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210-1616 

Agenda for the Future 1999 - 2001 : "Independence for People with Disabilities Through Goal 
Directed Services" (Draft). 1997 [var. pag.j 974/779 

Boston Region: Community Based Employment Providers, Directory, n.d. [unpaged] 
974/780 

Central Region: Community Based Employment Providers, Directory, n.d. [unpaged] 
974/781 

Fact Sheets (Descriptions of the Commissions' Programs, n.d. [var. pag. ] 971/608 

An Introduction to Developmental Disabilities: A Resource Guide for Emergency Room 
Personnel, Including Emergency Room Physicians and Nurses, Emergency Medical Technicians 
and Other Health Care Professionals. 1997 [var. pag] [Prepared by: Horace Mann Educational 
Associates, Inc.] 974/782 

The Managed Care Handbook, May 1997. n.d. [unpaged] [This document is a video tape and is 
in the State Library collection] 974/783 



Rehabilitation Commission, continued 

Metro West Region: Community Based Employment Providers, Directory, n.d. [unpaged] 
974/784 

Northeast Region: Community Based Employment Providers, Directory, n.d. [unpaged] 
974/785 

Southeast Region: Community Based Employment Providers, Directory, n.d. [unpaged] 
974/786 

Western Region: Community Based Employment Providers, Directory, n.d. [unpaged] 

974/787 



Salem State College 

352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970 

Sextant, Volume V, No. 2, 1994. 1994 56 p. 971/609 
Sextant, Volume VI, No. 1, 1995. 1995 44 p. 971/610 
Sextant, Volume VU, No. 1, 1996. 1996 44 p. 971/611 
Sextant, Volume VII, No. 2, 1997. 1997 44 p. 972/626 

Southeastern Massachusetts Regional Planning & Economic Development District (SPREDD) 

88 Broadway, Taunton, MA 02780 

Annual Report 1996. n.d. 2 p. 972/627 
Report to the Region 1997. 1997 12 p. 973/748 



State Board of Building Regulations and Standards 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1301, Boston, MA 02108 

Emergency Amdendments to the 5th Edition of the State Building Code//Sections 63 1, 636, and 
638. 1996 4 p. 971/612 

Memorandum: Status; 6th Edition One and Two Family Dwelling Code, and; 6th Edition, 
Otherwise, and; Massachusetts/CABO MEC 1995 Energy Code Implementation Dates. 1997 3 p. 
973/749 



Revoked Registrations. 1997 3 p. 971/613 



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State Board of Retirement 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1219, Boston, MA 02108 

Approaching State Retirement, n.d. 6 p. 974/788 



State College Building Authority 

136 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Annual Report for the Period July 1, 1995 through June 30, 1996. n.d. 6 p. 971/614 

Financial Statements June 30, 1996. 1996 24 p. [Prepared by: Keith, Hersey, Sheehan, Benoit, 
Dempsey & Oman.] 971/615 

Financial Statements for the Period Ending June 30, 1997. 1997 18 p. [Prepared by; GaryR. 
Oman.l 974/789 



State Ethics Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 61 1, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY97. 1997 174 p. 974/790 

Bulletin, Volume XIX, Issue 1, April 1997. 1997 8 p. 972/628 

Bulletin, Volume XIX, Issue 2, October 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/791 

Rulings, Enforcement Actions and Advisory Opinions for Calendar Year 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] 
971/616 

Statement of Financial Interests: 1996 Instruction Booklet, n.d. 25 p. 971/617 



State Laboratory Institute 

305 South Street, Boston, MA 02130 

Evaluation of the Cytogram and Respigam Agreements. By Joshua Lemer and Carlos Lapuerta 
1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: The Brattle Group] 971/618 



State Library 

Room 341, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Reference Department 
Brownfields: A Bibliography. 1997 4 p. 974/792 



State Library, Reference Department, continued 
Massachusetts State Publications 1996. 1997 21 7 p. 973/750 
New Acquisitions January 1997. 1997 7 p. 971/619 
NewAcquisitions, March 1997. 1997 6 p. 971/620 
New Acquisitions May 1997. 1997 6 p. 972/629 
NewAcquisitions July 1997. 1997 5 p. 973/751 
NewAcquisitions September 1997. 1997 6 p. 973/752 
NewAcquisitions November 1997. 1997 5 p. 974/793 



State Office of Affirmative Action 

One Ashburton Place, Room 213, Boston, MA 02108 

Affirmative Action Compliance Report. 1997 [unpaged] 971/621 



State Racing Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1313, Boston, MA 02108 

Sixty-Second Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] 972/630 



Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284, Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Annual Report 1996. n.d. 33 p. 973/753 



Suffolk County District Attorney's Office 

New Courthouse, Pemberton Square, 6th floor, Boston, MA 02108 
Note; These are all the issues that are available at this time. 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 1, no. 1, Spring 1993. 1993 4 p. 973/754 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 1, no. 2, Summer 1993. 1993 4 p. 973/755 



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Suffolk County District Attorney's OfTice, continued 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 1, no. 3, Fall 1993. 1993 5 p. 973/756 

Full Court Press; The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 1, no. 5, Spring 1994. 1994 4 p. 973/757 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 2, no. 2, Summer/Fall 1994. 1994 4 p. 973/758 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 3, no. 3, Spring 1995. 1995 4 p. 973/759 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 3, no. 4, Summer 1995. 1995 4 p. 973/760 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 3, no. 5, Fall 1995. 1995 4 p. 973/761 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 4, no. 1, Winter 1996. 1996 4 p. 973/762 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 4, no. 3, Summer/Fall 1996. 1996 4 p. 973/763 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 5, no. 1, Winter 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/764 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 5, no. 2, Spring 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/765 

Full Court Press: The Official Newsletter of the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office, 
vol. 5, no. 3, Summer 1997. 1997 4 p. 973/766 

Vox Prosequittir, Volume 2, Issue 1, February 1997. 1997 16 p. 972/63 1 

Vox Prosequittir, Volume 2, Issue 3, August 1997. 1997 16 p. 973/767 

Suffolk County Community Based Juvenile Justice Program 

Report to the Legislature. 1997 28 p. 972/632 



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Supreme Judicial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Brief Amicus Curiae Democratic State Committee in Support of Plaintiffs. By E. Randolph 
Tucker et al. 1997 [var. pag] SJC-7394 [League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, et al., 
Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. William F. Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Defendant- 
Appellee] 972/633 

Brief Amicus Curiae in Support of Defendant, William F. Galvin, Secretary of State and Others. 
By Robert G. Millar 1997 16 p. SJC-7394 [League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, et al., 
Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. William F. Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Defendant- 
Appellee.] 972/634 

Brief Amicus Curiae of the Massachusetts Business Roundtable in Support of Plaintiffs- 
Appellants. By John T. Montgomery et al. 1997 23 p. SJC-7394 [League of Women Voters of 
Massachusetts, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. William F. Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, 
Defendant- Appellee] 972/635 

Brief for the Secretary of the Commonwealth (Term Limits). By Thomas A. Bamico and 
Benjamin G. Robbins 1997 [var. pag] SJC-7394 [Leagueof Women Voters of Massachusetts, 
et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. William F. Galvin, Secretary of the Commonweahh, Defendant- 
Appellee] 972/636 

Brief of Amici Curiae U.S. Term Limits and Limit. By Christopher A. Kenney and Edward J. 
Goddard 1997 [var. pag] SJC-7394 [League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, etal., 
Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. William F. Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Defendant- 
Appellee.] 972/637 

Brief of Plaintiffs- Appellants. By Verne W. Vance and Gerald A. McDonough 1997 [var. pag] 
SJC-7394 [League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. William F. 
Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Defendant- Appellee] 972/638 

Brief of Plaintiffs- Appellants, Appendix. By Verne W. Vance and Gerald A. McDonough 1997 
[var. pag] SJC-7394 [League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, et al.. Plaintiffs- Appellants, v. 
William F. Galvin, Secretary of the Commonwealth, Defendant- Appellee] 972/639 

Letters Concerning Complaint No. 96-1 1 1, Initiated by the Commission on Judicial Conduct 
Against Justice Frederick L. Brown, Associate Justice of the Appeals Court. 1996 [unpaged] 

972/640 

Rules of Professional Conduct to be Effective January 1, 1998. 1997 1 10 p. 974/794 
Committee on Rules of Professional Conduct 
Final Report. 1997 [var. pag] 971/622 



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Supreme Judicial Court, continued 

Franklin County Futures Lab Project Task Force 

270 Main Street., Lower Level, Greenfield, MA 01301 

Reinventing Justice: A Project Planner. 1997 66 p. 974/795 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 

294 Washington Street, Suite 320, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisor, No. 46, Spring 1997. 1997 28 p. 972/641 

Office of the Chief Justice 

Annual Report on the State of the Massachusetts Court System FY96. 1997 164 p. 971/623 

Keynote Address Given at the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Bar Association. By 
Herbert P. Wilkins 1997 9 p. [Meeting held on February 8, 1997.] 971/624 

Public Information Office 

Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct. 1997 110 p. [Ethical rules are effective as of 
January 1, 1998.] 972/642 

Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution 

An Evaluation of Selected Mediation Programs in the Massachusetts Trial Court. By Richard J. 
Maiman 1997 [var. pag] No. A-94-082. [The study was supported by a grant from the State 
Justice Institute] 973/768 



Tobacco Control Program 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Effect of Local Smoke-Free Restaurant Policies on Restaurant Revenue in Massachusetts. By 
Gregory C. Pope and William J. Bartosch 1997 7 p. [Prepared by: Center for Health Economics 
Research.] 972/643 

Tobacco Control Progress in Massachusets 1993 - 1995. By Gregory C. Pope and William J. 
Bartosch n.d. [var. pag.] 972/644 



Trial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 



Administrative Office 



Guidelines for Judicial Practice: Abuse Prevention Proceedings, October 1996, 1996 [var. pag] 

971/625 

Child Care Project 

CourtCare: Policy Guidelines and an Operating Plan for Child Care in the Courts. By Lucy 
Hudson 1992 53 p. 974/796 

Gender Equality Advisory Board 

Achieving Equity; Recommendations for Dispute Intervention Practice in the Probate & Family 
Court. 1995 [var. pag.] 971/626 

Five Years Toward Gender Equality: Reflections on the Work of The Committee for Gender 
Equality of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court 1989 - 1994. 1994 27 p. 971/627 

FY95 Report of the Gender Equality Advisory Board to the Chief Justice for Administration and 
Management, n.d. 4 p. 971/628 

FY96 Report of the Gender Equality Advisory Board to the Chief Justice for Administration and 
Management, n.d. 6 p. 971/629 

Middlesex Superior Court 

40 Thomdike Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 

Commonwealth v. Louise Woodward. 1997 9 p. Criminal No. 97-0433 974/797 



Turnpike Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 42 p 972/645 

Impact Analysis of "Free the Pike" Initiative. 1997 15 p. [Prepared by: The Municipal 
Securities Group of Paine Webber, Inc.] 974/798 

Memorandum of Understanding: Turnpike Authority and City of Boston, Redevelopment 
Authority. 1997 9 p. 973/769 



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Turnpike Authority, continued 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Central Massachusetts Rail Trail Feasibility Study. By Cathy Buckley Lewis et al. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 972/646 



University of Massachusetts 

One Beacon Street, 26th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Board of Trustees 

MissionStatement, Doc. T97-101. 1997 2p. 974/799 

Report on Federal Financial Assistance Programs in Accordance with 0MB Circular A-133 for 
the Year Ended June 30, 1994. 1994 65 p. 971/630 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Accounts Receivable Policy, Doc. T97- 
118; Passed by the Board 12/3/97. 1997 1 p. 974/800 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Codes of Student Conduct UMASS 
Amherst, UMASS Boston, UMASS Dartmouth, UMASS Lowell, Doc. T94-059; Passed by the 
Board 6/8/94. UMASS Dartmouth Code Revised 4/5/94 and 6/4/97. UMASS Boston Code 
Revised 6/7/95 and 6/4/97. UMASS Amherst Code Revised 8/9/05 and 6/4/97. 1997 62 p. 
974/801 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Consuhant Services (Delegation of 
Certain Authority to Certain Officers to Appoint Professional Non-Employee Personnel of the 
University), Doc. T92-03 1, as Revised (Appendix D); Passed by the Board 6/3/92, Revised 
12/4/96, Revised 8/6/97. 1997 3 p. 974/802 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Governance Document, Graduate School 
of Nursing, UMASS Worcester; Doc. T9 1-028 as Amended. 1997 11 p. 974/803 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Intellectual Property Policy, Amherst and 
Boston, Doc. T96-040; Passed by the Board 4/2/97. 1997 [var. pag.] [Includes UMASS 
Dartmouth Passed by the Board 4/2/97, UMASS Lowell & Worcester Passed by the Board 6/5/96 
and 4/1 1/96] 974/804 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Major Changes in Parking Regulations, 
DOC.T97-073. 1997 4p. 974/805 



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University of Massachusetts, Board of Trustees, continued 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Performance Measurement System, Doc. 
T97- 111; Passed by the Board 1 2/3/97. 1 997 1 p. 974/806 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Policy on Conflicts of Interest Relating to 
Intellectual Property and Commercial Ventures, Amherst and Boston, Doc. T96-039; Passed by the 
Board 4/2/97. 1997 [var. pag.] [Includes UMASS Dartmouth Passed by the Board 4/2/97, 
UMASS Lowell Passed by the Board 6/5/96 and UMASS Worcester Passed by the Board 4/1 1/96] 
974/807 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Policy on Facuhy Consuhing and Outside 
Activities Amherst and Boston, Doc. T96-047; Passed by the Board 4/2/97. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[Includes UMASS Dartmouth Passed by the Board 4/2/97, UMASS Lowell & Worcester Passed by 
the Board 6/5/96 and 4/1 1/96] 974/808 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Policy on Tuition Waivers, Doc. T96-129; 
Passed by the Board 12/4/96 and Revised 6/4/97. 1997 4 p. 974/809 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Policy on Undergraduate Student Transfer 
and Visitor Interchange, Doc. T97-107; Passed by the Board 12/3/97. 1997 1 p. 974/810 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Policy Statement on Data Security, 
Electronic Mail and Computer Policy Development, Doc. T97-010; Passed by the Board 1/22/97. 
1997 Ip. 974/811 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: Procedures for University Approval of 
New Academic Degree Programs, Program Changes and Program Termination, Doc. T92-012 as 
Amended; Passed by the Board 4/8/92, Revised 8/6/97. 1 997 8 p. 974/8 1 2 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: System-Wide Alcohol Policy, Doc. T97- 
112; Passed by the Board 12/3/97. 1997 1 p. 974/813 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1997: University of Massachusetts Board of 
Trustees By-Laws, Doc. T91-100, Passed by the Board 9/5/91; Revised: 10/14/92; 10/6/93; 
12/2/93; 4/6/94; 8/10/94; 10/1 1/95; 12/6/95; 6/5/96; 10/9/96; 12/3/97. 1997 8 p. 974/814 

College of Food and Natural Resources 

Cooperative Extension Service. By John M. Gerber 1993 lip. 971/631 



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University of Massachusetts, continued 

Maurice A. Donahue Institute for Governmental Services 

A Practical Guide to State and Municipal Labor Relations. By William J. Dalton 1997 51 p. 
973/770 

President's Office 

The Economic Impact of the University of Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] 972/647 

The University of Massachusetts: The Economic Impact of the University of Massachusetts on 
the Commonweahh of Massachusetts. By Barry Field et al. 1996 [var. pag.] Technical report. 
971/632 



University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Amherst, MA 01003 

An Alumni Survey ofthe Class of 93. 1997 16 p. 972/648 

Class of 1947; 50th Reunion Memory Book. 1997 167 p. 972/649 

Graduate Commencement. 1997 [unpaged] [HeldatMullinsCenteronMay 24, 1997] 
972/650 

History Newsletter 1997. 1997 lip. 973/771 

One Hundred and Twenty-Seventh Undergraduate Commencement. 1997 [unpaged] [Held at 
Warren P. McGuirk Alumni Stadium on May 25, 1997] 972/65 1 

UMASS: The Magazine for Alumni and Friends ofthe Amherst Campus, vol. 1, no. 3, Spring 
1997. 1997 56 p. 972/653 

UMASS: The Magazine for Alumni and Friends ofthe Amherst Campus, Summer 1997. 1997 
56 p. 973/772 

UMASS: TheMagazinefor Alumni and Friends ofthe Amherst Campus, Fall 1997. 1997 56 p. 
974/815 

UMASS: The Magazine for Alumni and Friends ofthe Amherst Campus, Winter 1997. 1997 
56 p. 972/652 

College of Engineering 

Engineering News, vol. 4, no. 2, Spring 1997. 1997 16 p. 972/654 



University of Massachusetts Amherst, College of Engineering, continued 

Engineering News, vol. 5, no. 1, Summer/Fall 1997. 1997 16 p. [This publication can also be 
found on the World Wide Web at http://www. ecs.umass.edu.] 973/773 

Focus: College of Engineering, Report to Donors FY96. n.d. [unpaged] 971/633 

Department of Anthropology 

The Goat Island Rockshelter: New Light from Old Legacies. By Elizabeth S. Chilton 1994 
175 p. Research Report #29. 971/634 

Department of Plant & Soil Sciences 

Fruit Notes, vol. 61, no. 4, Fall Issue 1996. 1996 17 p. 971/635 

Fruit Notes, vol. 62, no. 1, Winter Issue 1997. 1997 21 p. 972/655 

Fruit Notes, vol. 62, no. 2, Spring Issue 1997. 1997 25 p. 973/774 
Department of Public Safety 

PublicSafetyNews, Fall 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/636 
Development Office 

The Chancellor's Council 1995/96. n.d. [unpaged] 971/637 
Faculty Senate 

Creation of an Honors College, Special Report. 1997 5 p. Sen. Doc. No. 97-026 972/656 
Graduate School 

Graduate School Bulletin 1997/98. 1997 240 p. 973/775 
Honors Program 

Honors Program Plus. n.d. [unpaged] 972/657 
Integrated Pest Management Program 

Annual Report 1994: Questions and Answers, n.d. 2 p. 974/816 

Annual Report 1996: Meeting the Need. n.d. 6 p. 974/817 



University of Massachusetts Amherst, continued 

Massachusetts Benchmarks Project 

Massachusetts Benchmarks, The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, vol. 1, no. 1, 
Fall '97. 1997 21 p. [Published in cooperation with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.] 
974/818 

Massachusetts Institute for Social and Economic Research (MISER) 
Thompson Hall, P.O. Box 37515, Amherst, MA 01003-7515 

1996 Population Estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau: Massachusetts Cities and Towns. 1997 
9 p. 974/819 

News Office 

Documents Associated vnth Student Sit-In at Goodell Building UMASS Amherst Campus. 1997 
[var. pag.] [Called "The Living Document".] 971/638 

Office of Economic Development 

The Economic Impact of UMASS Amherst, n.d. [unpaged] 972/658 

Office of the Chancellor 

Strategic Action; Towards a Commonwealth of Learning FY97-2001. 1996 [var. pag] Faculty 
Senate Doc. No. 96-055 971/639 

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Student Affairs 

Undergraduate Rights & Responsibilities 1997/98. 1997 110 p. 974/820 
School of Education 

Equity & Excellence in Education, vol. 30, no. 1, April 1997. 1997 90 p. 972/659 

Equity&ExcellenceinEducation,vol. 30, no. 2, September 1997. 1997 85 p. 974/821 

Equity & Excellence in Education, vol. 30, no. 3, December 1997. 1997 89 p. 974/822 

Magazine 1993. 1993 23 p. 973/776 

Magazine 1994. 1994 23 p. 973/777 

Magazine 1995. 1995 27 p. 973/778 



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University of Massachusetts Amherst, School of Education, continued 

Magazine: Celebrating 40 Years 1956-1996. n.d. 40 p. 971/640 
Stockbridge School 

Catalog 1997/98. n.d. 49 p. 973/779 

Seventy-Fifth Commencement. 1997 [unpaged] [Held at Bowker Auditorium, Stockbridge 
Hall, May 24, 1997.] 972/660 

University Admissions Center 

Patterns of Distinction: The Multi-Ethnic Experience at the University of Massachusetts 
Amherst, n.d. [unpaged] 971/641 

Undergraduate Catalog 1997/98: Majors, Course Descriptions and Faculty Directory, n.d. 
348 p. 972/661 

University Gallery 

Socks on My Spoons. By Ursula von Rydingsvard 1996 32 p. 972/662 

Something Else to See: Improvisional Bordering Styles in African-American Quihs. By Eli 
Leon 1997 44 p. 974/823 



University of Massachusetts Boston 

Boston, MA 02125 

Alumni Relations Office 

UMASS Boston: A Magazine for Alumni and Friends of the University of Massachusetts 
Boston, vol. 1, no. 1, Summer 1996. 1996 24 p. 973/780 

UMASS Boston: A Magazine for Alumni and Friends of the University of Massachusetts 
Boston, vol. 1, no. 2, Fall/Winter 1996-97. n.d. [var. pag] 973/781 

UMASS Boston: A Magazine for Alumni and Friends of the University of Massachusetts 
Boston, vol. 1, no. 3, Summer 1997. 1997 25 p. 973/782 

Gerontology Institute 

Check Your Rights at the Door: Consumer Protection Violations in Massachusetts Nursing 
Home Admission Agreements By Rebecca J. Benson 1997 26 p. 974/824 



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University of Massachusetts Boston, continued 
Mauricio Gaston Institute 

The Gaston Institute Report, Spring 1996. 1996 8 p. 971/642 
Urban Harbors Institute 

Coast Weeks 1997. 1997 10 p. 974/825 

University of Massachusetts Medical Center 

55 Lake Avenue North, Worcester, MA 01655 

Annual Report 1996: New Directions, The Clinical System. 1997 36 p. 971/643 

Magazine, Volume 19, Issue 2, Spring/Summer 1997. 1997 28 p. 973/783 

Magazine, Volume 20, Issue 1, FallAVinter 1997. 1997 28 p. 974/826 

Department of Psychiatry 

Report on the Psychiatric Management of John Salvi. By Jeffrey L. Geller et al. 1997 45 p. 
971/644 



Water Resources Authority 

100 First Avenue, Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, MA 02129 

Annual Report 1994. 1995 12 p. 974/827 

Bioaccumulation of Selected Organic Compounds in Mussels Deployed near Deer Island 
Discharge and Massachusetts Bay. By PC. Downey et al. 1993 64 p. [This report is available in 
microfiche only.] 972/663 

The Boston Harbor Project is Working, n.d. 2 p. 974/828 

Boston Harbor Sludge Abatement Monitoring Program: Soft Bottom Benthic Biology and 
Sedimentology, 1991/92 Surveys. By J.A. Blake et al. 1993 79 p. [This report is available in 
microfiche only.] 972/664 

Boston Harbor Study of Sources and Transport of Harbor Sediment Contamination: Part I; 
Transport of Contaminated Sediments in Boston Harbor. By K.D. Stolzenbach et al. 1993 80 p. 
[This report is available in microfiche only] 972/665 



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Water Resources Authority, continued 

Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Project: Upgrades to Existing CSO Facilities, Notice of 
Project Change. 1997 [var. pag] EOEA# 10335 973/784 

Combined Sewer Overflow Receiving Water Monitoring: June 1989-October 1990. By AC. 
Rex 1991 337 p. [This report is available in microfiche only.] 972/666 

Facts About BHP Construction. 1996 6 p. 972/667 

Facts About Boston Harbor Project. 1996 6 p. 972/668 

Facts About Combined Sewer Overflows, Fall 1996. 1996 3 p. 974/829 

Facts About History; Boston Harbor, Fall 1996. 1996 6 p. 974/830 

Facts About History; Deer Island, Fall 1996. 1996 6 p. 974/83 1 

Facts About Low Consumption Toilets, Summer 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/832 

Facts About Low Water Use Plants, Spring 1996. 1996 2 p. 974/833 

Facts About MetroWest Water Supply Tunnel, Fall 1 996. 1 996 4 p. 974/834 

Facts About Outfall Contingency Plan. 1997 3 p. 972/669 

Facts About Sludge Processing. 1996 4 p. 972/670 

Facts About Wastewater Projects. 1997 4 p. 972/671 

Facts About Your Deer Island Tour, Summer 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/835 

Facts About Your Water System, n.d, 4 p. 974/836 

Harbor Prospects, Volume IX, Issue 2, Fall 1996/Winter 1997. 1997 6 p. 974/837 

Harbor Prospects, Volume X, Issue 1, Summer 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 973/785 

Hardhat News: A Publication for Boston Harbor Employees, December 1995. 1995 4 p. 
974/838 

Hardhat News: A Publication for Boston Harbor Employees, March 1996. 1996 4 p. 974/839 

Hardhat News: A Publication for Boston Harbor Employees, Summer 1996 1996 4 p 
974/840 



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Water Resources Authority, continued 

Hardhat News: A Publication for Boston Harbor Employees, March 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/841 

HardhatNews: A Publication for Boston Harbor Employees, Summer 1997. 1997 4 p. 
974/842 

HardhatNews: A Publication for Boston Harbor Employees, Fall 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/843 

Liver Pathology of Winter Flounder: Boston Harbor, Massachusetts Bay and Cape Cod Bay. By 
J. Mooreetal. 1992 63 p. [This report is available in microfiche only.] 972/672 

The MWRA, Water & You: A Guide to Smart Water Use & Disposal in Greater Boston, n.d. 
12 p. [This publication is written in both English and Spanish.] 974/844 

NPDES Compliance Summary Report FY92. By G. Bigomia-Vitale and M.J. Sullivan 1993 
196 p. [This report is available in microfiche only] 972/673 

Pocket Pal: A Guide to Facts, Schedules and Terminology, n.d. 25 p. 972/674 

Rocky Subtidal Communities in Massachusetts Bay: Lovell's Island to Nahant Transect, 
1991/92. By J.K. Witman et al. 1993 137 p. [This report is available in microfiche only] 
972/675 

A Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Boston Harbor Microbiological Data. 1991 81 p. [This 
report is available in microfiche only] 972/676 

The State of Boston Harbor 1995. 1996 22 p. Technical Report No. 96-6 972/677 

The State of Boston Harbor 1996: Questions and Answers About the New Outfall. 1997 28 p. 
974/845 

Transport and Fate of Toxic Contaminants Discharged by MWRA into Massachusetts Bay. By 
D. Shea and J. Kelly 1992 78 p. [This report is available in microfiche only] 972/678 

Work/Quality Assurance Project Plan for MWRA's Monitoring Program, Benthic Biology, 
Sediments and Chemical Monitoring Summer 1992 Field Program. 1992 56 p. [This report is 
available in microfiche only.] 972/679 

Advisory Board 

11 Beacon Street, Suite 1010, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Board Update, March 1997. 1997 4 p. [The Advisory Board is available on the World 
Wide Web at: http://www.mwra.com/org/html/boards.htm.] 971/645 



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Water Resources Authority, Advisory Board, continued 

Annual Water & Sewer Retail Rate Survey. 1997 [var. pag] [The Advisory Board has a 
website at: http://www.mwra.state.ma.us/advbd/html/hpadbd.htm.] 974/846 

Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan 

Volume I: Final Plan and Environmental Impact Report, July 31, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 
EOEA No. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 974/847 

Volume II: Final Plan and Environmental Impact Report, July 31, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 
EOEA No. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 974/848 

Volume III: Final Plan and Environmental Impact Report, July 31, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 
EOEA No. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 974/849 

Volume IV: Final Plan and Environmental Impact Report, July 31, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 
EOEA No, 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 974/850 

Volume V: Final Plan and Environmental Impact Report, July 31, 1997. 1997 [var. pag] 
EOEA No. 1 0335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 974/85 1 

Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Project 

Briefing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan for the Union Park 
Neighborhood, October 30, 1996. 1996 7 p. 971/649 

Briefing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan Alewife Brook/Mystic 
RiverPowerhouse School, Somerville, December 16, 1996. 1996 14 p 971/646 

Briefing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan for the Charlestown 
Neighborhood Council St. Francis DeSales Church, Charlestown, November 13, 1996. 1996 7 p. 
971/648 

Briefing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan American Legion Hall, 
Cambridge, November 20, 1996. 1996 7 p. 971/647 

Community Meeting for the Fort Point Channel Storage Conduit, Children's Museum, December 
4, 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/650 

Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan Neighborhood Meeting Stony Brook, 
MissionChurch,November 19, 1996. 1996 lip. 971/651 

Preserrtation on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan South Boston 
Community Meeting, December 12, 1996. 1996 7 p. 971/652 



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Water Resources Authority, CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow) Project, continued 

Public Hearing on the Draft Environmental Impact Report and Facilities Plan Faneuil Hall at 
Quincy Maricet, Boston, December 9, 1996. 1996 43 p. 971/653 

Public Meeting for the Chelsea Branch Sewer Relief Project and the Chelsea Trunk Sewer Relief 
Project, Chelsea City Hall, November 6, 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/654 

Public Meeting for the East Boston Branch Sewer Relief Project at a Meeting of the East Boston 
Land Use Council, November 14, 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/655 

Industrial. Commercial & Institutional Water Management Program 

Bulletin: Water Efficiency & Management for Hospitals. 1994 3 p. 974/852 

Bulletin: Water Efficiency & Management for Restaurants, n.d. 1 p. 974/853 

Bulletin: Water Efficiency & Management in Commercial Buildings. 1995 4 p. 974/854 

Bulletin: Water Efficiency & Management in Schools, Colleges & Athletic Facilities. 1994 4 p. 
974/855 

A Guide to Water Management. 1995 52 p. 974/856 

MWRA Information Guide for Faucets, Showerheads, Plumbing Fixtures. 1993 2 p. 974/857 

Reducing Costs in Hospitals: A Case Study of Norwood Hospital. 1996 4 p. 974/858 

Water Use Efficiency Case Study: MicroSemi USPD, Inc., Watertown. 1994 3 p. 974/859 
MetroWest Water Supp l y Tunnel Project (MWWST) 

MetroWest Tunnel News, Winter 1997. 1997 4 p. [This is the first issue.] 974/860 

MetroWest Tunnel News, Fall 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/862 

MetroWest Tunnel News, Spring 1997. 1997 4 p. 974/861 
Rates and Budget Department 

Proposed FY98-00 Capital Improvement Program. 1996 [var. pag.] 971/656 
Sewerage Division 

CSO Bulletin, Volume 4, Issue 2, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 971/657 



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Water Resources Authority, Sewerage Division, continued 

CSO Bulletin, Volume 4, Issue 3, Fall 1996. 1996 8 p. 971/658 

CSO Bulletin, Volume 5, Issue 1, Spring 1997. 1997 6 p. 974/863 

Volume I, Table of Contents; Reader's Guide; Executive Summary; Compliance, etc : Combined 
Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan and Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag.] 
EOEANo. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy.] 972/680 

Volume II, Development of Project Alternatives and Evaluation Process. Combined Sewer 
Overflow Facilities Plan and Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag.] EOEA No. 
10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 972/681 

Volume in, Evaluation of Project Alternatives: Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan and 
Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag] EOEANo. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf 
& Eddy.] 972/682 

Volume IV, Evaluation of Project Alternatives: Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan and 
Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag] EOEANo. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf 
& Eddy] 972/683 

Volume V, Evaluation of Project Alternatives: Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan and 
Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag] EOEANo. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf 
& Eddy.] 972/684 

Volume VI, Recommended Control Plan, Implementation Plan: Combined Sewer Overflow 
Facilities Plan and Environmental Impact Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag] EOEANo. 10335 
[Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 972/685 

Volume Vn, Appendices: Combined Sewer Overflow Facilities Plan and Environmental Impact 
Report (Draft). 1996 [var. pag] EOEANo. 10335 [Prepared by: Metcalf & Eddy] 972/686 

Wastewater School Education Program 

Dwayne the Storm Drain: A Drain for All Seasons. By Donna Papapietro 1996 [unpaged] 
974/864 



Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard &. Nantucket Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284, Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Annual Report 1994. n.d 20 p. 972/687 
Annual Report 1995. n.d. 36 p. 972/688 



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Workers' Compensation Advisory Council 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Annual Report FY96. 1997 [var. pag] 971/659 



INDEX 



207 CMR (report and order) 40 

310 CMR 15.417 55 

abuse (legal assistance) 162 

abuse prevention (judicial practice) 193 

abuse, substance services (RFP) 39 

abused (disabled) 86 

Acushnet Rubber Company (toxics use reduction case study) 149 

affirmative action (MDC) 145 

affirmative action (report) 189 

Agawam (pavement program) 184 

aging (state plan) 144 

agreement (collective bargaining) 141 

Ahimsa Foundation (disposition agreement) 171 

AIDS (newsletter) 62 

AIDS (perinatal transmission) 61 

AIDS (services) 62 

air quality (report) 39 

alcohol (Board of Higher Education) 34 

Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (decisions) 1-30. 

Alliance Bargaining Units (communications skills) 141 

Americraft Carton, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 147 

Anitec Printing Plates (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

Appellate Tax Board (appeals - Boston Edison Company v. 31 

City of Everett) 

Appellate Tax Board (report) 3 1 

Archaeology Week (calendar) 159 

Art Commission (report) 31 

Assabet River (study) 158 

assault weapons (fact sheet) 154 

assessors (manual) 63 

atlas (natural heritage) 168 

Attorney General (agreement with the MBTA - Equal Employment 3 1 

Opportunity) 

Attorney General (newsletter) 31 

Attorney General (report) 32 

Auditor, Department of the State (reports) 66-82 

Audubon Society (disposition agreement) 171 

automotive waste (fact sheet) 56 

AWT Environmental, Inc. (modification letter - wastewater) 57 

Banks and Loan Agencies, Division of (newsletter) 98 

Banks and Loan Agencies, Division of (opinions) 87-97 

banks (co-operative - report) 98 

banks (credit unions) 98 



207 



banks (newsletter) 

banks (opinions) 

banks (opinions - digest) 

banks (savings - report) 

banks (Trust Companies - report) 

Bard College (bonds) 

bargaining, collective (agreement) 

barge safety (fact sheet) 

Barnstable County (water resources plan) 

Barnstable (groundwater protection) 

bats (homeowner's guide) 

Bay State Health Care (insurance report) 

Bays Program, Massachusetts (newsletter) 

Beloit Corp. (toxics use reduction case study) 

Berkshire County (data book) 

bicycle guide 

bicycle plan (MAPC) 

bikeway path (study) 

biomanufacturing (assessment) 

biomed directory 

Bird Book 

Birmingham, Senator Thomas F. (President's Office) 

births (adolescent - statistics) 

births (statistics) 

Black History Art Display (State House) 

Blind, Commission for (newsletter) 

blood levels (elevated - workers) 

Blue Cross-Blue Shield (insurance report) 

bonds (1997 Series A) 

bonds (1997 Series B) 

bonds (1997 Series C) 

bonds (1997 Series D) 

bonds (Assisted Living Revenue) 

bonds (Bard College) 

bonds (Boston Alzheimer's Center) 

bonds (Boston Industrial Development Financing Authority) 

bonds (College Opporttinity) 

bonds (ConsoUdated Loan 1996) 

bonds (Consolidated Loan 1997) 

bonds (Dana Hall School) 

bonds (Dexter School Project) 

bonds (D'Youville Senior Care Issue) 

bonds (education) 

bonds (education revenue) 

bonds (general obligation) 

bonds (general transportation system) 



98,99 

87-97 

98 

98 

98 

160 

100 

42 

41 

41 

101 

135 

164 

147 
34 

177 

166 

158,159 

137 

174 

152 

153 

38 

61 

144 

43 

38 

135 

83,85,163 

83,85,155,163 

163 

163 

160 

160 

85 

85 

82,83 

82,83 

82,83 

160 

85 

160 

85 
160 

82,83 
163 



bonds (Hampshire College Project) 

bonds (Heritage at Hingham) 

bonds (HMEA Issue) 

bonds (industrial development revenue) 

bonds (information technology - report) 

bonds (Massachusetts Industrial Finance Agency) 

bonds (MBTA) 

bonds (Merrimack College) 

bonds (Milton Academy) 

bonds (New England College of Optometry Issue) 

bonds (refunding) 

bonds (revenue) 

bonds (Series 1997) 

bonds (Series 1997 -H) 

bonds (Series A) 

bonds (Series B) 

bonds (Series C) 

bonds (Series D) 

bonds (Seven Hills Foundation) 

bonds (Simon's Rock College) 

bonds (special obligation) 

bonds (special obligation revenue) 

bonds (taxable) 

bonds (tax-exempt) 

bonds (Techprint) 

bonds (The Arbors at Amherst) 

bonds (transportation) 

bonds (variable rate demand) 

bonds (variable rate revenue) 

bonds (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) 

Bookstore (catalog) 

Borden, Lizzie (newsletter) 

Bosley, Representative Daniel E. (electric utility restructuring) 

Boston Edison Company (appeals to Appellate Tax Board) 

Boston (guidebook) 

Boston Harbor (contaminated sediments) 

Boston Harbor (history) 

Boston Harbor (microbiological data) 

Boston Harbor (newsletter) 

Boston Harbor (overview) 

Boston Harbor Project 

Boston Harbor (report) 

Boston Harbor (sludge abatement) 

Boston Harbor (symposium) 

Boston (memorandum of understanding - Turnpike Authority) 

Boston Metropolitan Area (highway study) 



160 

160 

159 

160 

142 

85 

163 

160 

160 

160 

83,85 

85,160 

159,160 

160 

82,83,163 

83 

82,83 

83,163 

160 

160 

82 

82 

155 

155 

160 

160 

163 

83 

160 

85,160 

177 

36 

152 

31 

177 

200 

201 

202 

202 

200 

201 

202 

200 

43 

193 

150 



209 



Boston (port - plan) 165 

Boston University (Chelsea schools - partnership) 1 5 1 

Bourne (groundwater protection) 41 

Bradley Palmer Mansion (RFP) 54 

Bradley Palmer State Park (Lamson House - RFP) 54 

bridges (standard specifications) 158 

Brown, Justice Frederick L. (charges against) 43 

Brown, Justice Frederick L. (judicial conduct) 191 

brownfields (bibliography) 188 

budget (domestic violence) 157 

budget (Governor) 156 

budget (Governor's message) 156 

budget (Governor's remarks) 1 56 

budget (proposed - MWRA) 204 

budget, state (conference committee) 1 52 

building code (emergency amendments) 187 

Building Regulations & Standards, State Board of (memorandum) 1 87 

buildings (integrated pest management) 1 84 

buildings, state (newsletter) 38 

Burma (restriction list) 1 78, 1 79 

bum injuries (report) 57 

cable television (bulletin) 40 

Cable Television Commission (report and order) 40 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (advisory opinions) 169-172 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (disposition agreement 1 7 1 
Ahimsa Foundation and Audubon) 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (disposition agreement 1 7 1 
Lopes) 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (information for candidates) 1 72 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (information for PAC's) 171 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (interpretive bulletin) 1 7 1 , 1 72 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (memorandum) 1 72 

Campaign & Political Finance, Office of (newsletter) 1 72 

campaign finances (General Court) 171 

campaigns (PAC finance activities) 171 

cancer, breast (Newton) 36 

cancer (Concord, MA) 36 

cancer (incidence - industry) 38 

cancer incidence (Natick, MA) 38 

cancer (incidence - occupation) 38 

cancer (statistics) 38 

cancer (women) 36,61 

Cape Cod Commission (report) 40 

Capital Planning and Operations, Division of (production report) 99 

Capital Resource Company (report) 41 



210 



care, managed (handbook) 85, 1 86 

care, managed (report) 143 

care, uncompensated (report) 155 

cars, leased (lemon law fact sheet) 174 

cars, used (lemon law fact sheet) 174 

catalog (Bookstore) 177 

catalog (courses - Comptroller) 175 

catalog (gift cart - State House) 177 

catalog (Stockbridge School) 199 

catalog (university) 199 

catalogs (colleges) 33,35,41,151, 

158,167 

catalogs (state colleges) 1 5 1 

catalogs (university) 197 

CEDAC (report) 44 

Center for Optimum Care-Dalton (report) 102 

central artery (financing - letter fi-om the Treasurer) 83 

central artery (report) 153 

central artery (study) 162 

Central Business Office (newsletter) 141 

Central MA (pollution prevention) 149 

Central MA (rail-trail study) 1 94 

Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission (newsletter) 41 

Chancellor's Council (university) 1 97 

Charles River (bikeway path) 1 59 

charter schools 49-53 

charter schools (list of applications) 53 

charter schools (report) 49 

charter schools (test results) 50 

Chelsea, MA (receivership) 141 

Chelsea (schools - BU partnership) 151 

Cherry Sheet (booklet) 63 

Cherry Sheet (manual) 63 

child care (courts) 193 

child care (curriculum) 168 

child care services (request for information) 150 

child fatalities 65 

chi 1 d 1 abor (report) 3 1 

children (adopted - profiles) 65 

children (care - early) 168 

children (guardianship - profiles) 65 

children (injuries) 37 

children (lead poisoning) 41 

children (mahreatment statistics) 65 

children (safety - violence) 84 

children (sourcebook) 37 



211 



cities (historic data) 

civil service exams (calendar) 

clean state initiative (report) 

Client's Security Board (report) 

clinics (directory) 

Coast Weeks (brochure) 

Coastal Zone Management (calendar) 

Coastal Zone Management (conference proceedings) 

Coastal Zone Management (environmental projects) 

Coastal Zone Management (future - conference) 

Coastal Zone Management (marine monitoring) 

Coastal Zone Management (newsletter) 

Coastal Zone Management (program book) 

collective bargaining (agreement) 

College Building Authority (report) 

college, community (cost - Board of Higher Education) 

College (Honors - creation of) 

college performance (high school graduates) 

colleges (Building Authority - report) 

colleges (catalog) 

colleges (community - RFP) 
colleges (magazine) 
colleges, public (guidelines) 
colleges, public (remediation) 
colleges, state (catalogs) 
colleges, state (magazine) 
colleges, state (President's report) 
college-to-school report 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees' Campaign 
brochure) 

communicable disease (newsletter) 
communities and schools (newsletter) 
community colleges (catalogs) 
community development (application package) 
community development (block grant program) 
Community Development Finance Corporation (mission statement) 
Community Development Finance Corporation (report) 
Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation 
(CEDAC - report) 
community profiles (MAPC) 
community service (fact sheet) 
community service (RFP) 
compensation (deferred - newsletter) 
composting, home (bin grant awards) 
composting, home (guide) 



176 

142 

32 

42 

61 

200 

42 

42 

42 

42 

42,43 

43 

42,100 

141,174 

88 

34 

197 

34 

88 

33,41,151 

158,167 
35 
187 
34 
34 

34,35 
187 

151 

34 

141 

36 
33 
41 

167 

58,143 

44 

44 

44 

166 

164 

164 

83,84 

54 

54 



212 



composting, home (handbook) 

Comptroller, Office of the (annual financial report) 

Comptroller, Office of the (catalog of training courses) 

Concord, MA (cancer incidence) 

conduct, professional (rules - Supreme Judicial Court) 

Connecticut Valley Region (forests & parks) 

construction cases (closed) 

construction cases (opened) 

construction, public (report) 

consumer advisories 

consumer empowerment (elders) 

consumer issues (newsletter) 

contracts (statewide) 

convention center (memorandum) 

convention center (report) 

co-operative banks (report) 

corporations (business) 

corporations, foreign (excise taxes) 

corporations (information) 

corporations (listing) 

corporations (non-profit) 

correctional institutions (population) 

correctional institutions (releases) 

corruption, public (report) 

counties (historic data) 

counties (report) 

court commitments 

courts (annual report) 

courts (child care) 

courts (community collaboration) 

courts (professional conduct - report) 

courts (rules - professional conduct) 

Cranston Print Works (toxics use reduction case study) 

credit card (issuer's report) 

credit unions (report) 

Crest Foam (Toxics Use Reduction Case Study) 

crime, hate (report) 

crime victims (directory of grants) 

crime victims (newsletter) 

crime (white collar) 

Criminal Justice Training Council (training schedule) 

CSO (combined sewer overflow - newsletter) 

CSO (Combined Sewer Overflow - plan) 

CSO (combined sewer overflow (plan and EER) 

CSO (combined sewer overflows - facts) 

CSO (project change) 



54 

175 

175 

36 

191 

54 

87 

87 

153 

172,173 

144 

31 

179-183 

44 

153 

97 

45 

64 

45 

45 

45 

48 

47,48 

32 

176 

152 

47 

192 

193 

191 

192 

192 

148 

98 

95,96 

149 

157 

169 

32 

32 

45 

204,205 

205 

203 

201 

201 



213 



cultural access (Office on Disability) • 178 

Cultural Council (artist grants program) 46 

Cultural Council (celebration) 46 

Cultural Council (deadlines) 46 

Cultural Council (directory) 46 

Cultural Council (economic development program) 46 

Cultural Council (education partnership initiative) 46 

Cultural Council (elders) 45 

Cultural Council (event roster) 45 

Cultural Council (incentive program) 45 

Cultural Council (local regulations & guidelines) 45 

Cultural Council (newsletter) 46-47 

Cultural Council (organizational support program) 46 

Cultural Council (professional development guidelines) 46 

Cultural Council (program book) 46 

Cultural Council (report) 45 

Cultural Council (YouthReach program) 47 

cultural education (newsletter) 47 

cultural resources (directory) 47 

cultural resources (guide) 46 

curriculum (English - education) 49 

curriculum (history - education) 49 

curriculum (social science - education) 49 

Cytogram (agreement) 188 

Dana Hall School (bonds) 1 60 

data (births) 38 

data (deaths) 38 

day care (adult) 144 

day care (social) 144 

deaths (mental heahh) 1 52 

deaths (statistics) 38 

Deeds, Registries of (report) 176 

Deer Island (history) 201 

Deer Island (tour - facts) 20 1 

deferred compensation (newsletter) 83,84 
Deluxe Corp. (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

Designer Selection Board (guidelines, report) 84 

Designer Selection Board (Hst) ^4 

Development Finance Agency (newsletter) 85 
Development Finance Agency (report) 85 

Developmental Disabilities Council (legislative advocacy newsletter) 85,86 
Developmental Disabilities Council (report) 85 

developmental disabilities (emergency room guide) 1 86 

developmental disabilities (legislative newsletter) 86 

directive (Department of Revenue) 63 



214 



Disability, Office on (cultural arts) 178 

disabled (abused) 86 

disabled (hotlines) 86 

disabled (laws) 178 

Disabled Persons Protection Commission (fact sheets, mission 86 
statement, report) 

disabled (resources) 169 

disabled (rights) 86 

disabled (state budget analysis) 85 

disabled (town meetings) 186 

Discrimination, Commission Against (policy on dispute resolution) 43 

Discrimination, Commission Against (report) 43 

disease, communicable (newsletter) 36 

diseases, sexually transmitted (report) 138 

dispute resolution (policy - MCAD) 43 

District Attorney, Suffolk County (newsletter) 190 

District Attorney, Suffolk County (report) 190 

domestic violence (FY98 budget plans) 157 

domestic violence (record keeping) 175 

domestic violence (safety of children) 84 

drinking water (guidelines) 54 

driver's manual (Registry of Motor Vehicles) 186 

dropout rates (education) 49 

drugs (newsletter) 102 

drugs (statistics - Essex County) 86 

drugs, street (guide to prevent) 156 

Dydee Diaper Service (toxics use reduction case study) 147 

economic development (directory - Governor's Cabinet) 144 

economic development (Pioneer Valley) 184 

economic impact (university) 196 

economics (survey - Film Office) 151 

economy (Massachusetts - magazine) 198 

economy (Massachusetts - university impact) 196 
education (charter schools) list all of them 

education (charter schools - test results) 50 

education (college magazine) 187 

education (cultural - newsletter) 47 

education (dropout rates) 49 

education (early) 168 

education (engineering - newsletter) 1 96, 1 97 

education (engineering - university) 197 

education (English curriculum) 49 

education (extension service) 195 

education (family support) 49 

education (Grade 3 test results) 49 



215 



education (Grade 10 test results) 

education (higher - guidelines) 

education (higher - projects) 

education (higher - remediation) 

education (higher - report) 

education (history newsletter - university) 

education (Iowa Test resuhs) 

education (joint admissions program) 

education (planning - university) 

education (plants) 

education (plants and soils) 

education (public opinion survey) 

education (reform - report) 

education (regional contracts) 

education (school finance) 

education (school health) 

education (schools - directory) 

education (Senate Legislative Interns) 

education (social science curriculum) 

education (soil sciences) 

education (special - changes) 

education (special - study) 

education (teacher of the year) 

education (technical) 

education (teen violence) 

education (telecommunications - program guide) 

education (tours and government) 

education (tradition) 

education (tuition program) 

education (university - honors program) 

education (university - magazine) 

education (vocational) 

Educational Telecommunications, Corporation for (report) 

educators (directory - programs) 

educators (professional development) 

EIR (environmental impact report) 

Elder Affairs, Executive Office of (newsletter) 

elderly (legal standards) 

elders (consumer empowerment) 

elders (Cultural Council) 

elders (health care) 

elections (calendar) 

elections (statistics) 

electric deregulation (letter fi-om Treasurer Malone) 

electric industry (restructuring plan) 

electric utilities (restructuring) 



49 

34 

34 

34 

34 

196 

49 

34 

198 

197 

197 

161 

49 

183 

71 

37 

49 

154 

49 

197 

155 

155 

49 

49 

49 

45 

177 

44 

34 

197 

196,197,199 

49 

49 

49 

49 

203 

144 

144 

144 

45 

31 

140 

141 

83 

83 

83,152,153 



216 



electric vehicles (program results) 101 

Emergency Management Agency (MEMA - report) 164 

emergency management (training calendar) 164 

EMLICO (insurance report - House Post Audit) 152 

employee awards 142 

employees (handbook) 142 

employees (injured - report) 185 

employees, state (development programs) 142 

employees, state (insurance - newsletter) 158 

employers, top (MAPC region) 166 

employment (annual averages) 100 

employment (disabled - directory) 1 86- 1 87 

employment (programs) 101 

employment (projections) 101 

Employment Security, Division of (report) 101 

employment security (explanation) 101 

employment (state) 100 

employment (state summary) 100 

employment (statistics) 96,100 

Energy Facilities Siting Board (decision & orders) 141 

engineering (education - newsletter) 196,197 

engineering (education - university) 197 

environment (symposium) 43 

environmental literacy 150 

Erving Paper Mills (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

Essex County (drug statistics) 86 

Ethics Commission (financial booklet instructions) 188 

Ethics Commission (newsletter) 188 

Ethics Commission (report) 188 

Ethics Commission (rulings and actions) 188 

eutrophication (Massachusetts Bays) 164 

Everett, MA (appeals - Boston Edison Company) 3 1 

Everett, MA (profile - MAPC) 166 

excise taxes (foreign corporations) 64 

excise taxes (manual) 64 

expenditure classifications (handbook) 175 

extension service (educational programs) 195 

Falmouth (groundwater protection) 41 

families (at risk) 162 

families (information booklet) 33 

family care (corporate) 144 

family resources (guide) 136 

family service intervention (courts) 193 

fatal injuries (tables) 168 

fatal injuries (update) 168 



217 



faucets (guide) 204 

F.C.Meyer Company (toxics use reduction case study) 147 

Film Office (economic survey) 1 5 1 

filtration (water - Wachusett Reservoir) 56 

financial report (Massachusetts) 1 75 

Finneran, Thomas M. (address to the House of Representatives) 1 54 

fire safety 62 

fire services (directory) 57 

fisheries, marine (newsletter)/marine fisheries (newsletter) 135, 136 

fisheries program (Maritime Academy) 163 

fisheries (report) 101 

Fit to Print Advertising, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

fitness (newsletter) 157 

flounder, winter (liver pathology) 202 

food (newsletter) 102 

foodstuffs (specialty products directory) 57 

forests (Connecticut Valley Region) 54 

forests (employee handbook) 102 

Fox, Representative Gloria L. (lettCT re Abel Remy) 1 54 

Foxboro Company (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

Foxboro Stadium (Governor's legislative package) 1 56 

fi-aud (insurance - newsletter 1 6 1 

fi-aud (newsletter) 3 1 

Frontier Group (report) 1 02 

fundraising guide (private industry councils) 1 77 

fundraising guide (SDA -Service Delivery Areas) 1 77 

GaHleo Electro-Opitics Corp. (toxics use reduction case study) 147 

Gallitano, Joseph R. (House of Representatives Historian) 153 

gas, greenhouse (inventory) 101 

Gaston Institute (newsletter) 200 

gender equality (report) 1 89, 1 93 

General Court (campaign finance activity) 171 

General Court (list of committees) 151 

Gentex Optics (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

gift cart catalog (State House) 1 77 

GIS (Geographic Information System - conference) 144 

GIS (Geographic Information System - Springfield, MA) 143 

GIS (Geographic Information Systems - guide) 165 

GIS (MAPC) 166 

Goat Island Rockshelter (thesis) 1 97 

Golden Dome (newsletter) 99 

Governor (budget) 156 

Governor (budget message) 1 56 

Governor (legislative package - Foxboro Stadium) 156 

Governor (State of the State) 1 56 



218 



grandchildren (grandparents guide) 144 

grandparents (guide - grandchildren) 144 

grants (Board of Higher Education) 34 

Greater Lawrence Sanitary District (toxics use reduction case study) 148 

greenhouse gas (inventory) 101 

greenhouses and nurseries (directory) 37 

greenways (newsletter) 137 

hair salons (policy brief) 154 

Halibut Point State Park (Viereck House survey) 54 

Hampden Papers (toxics use reduction case study) 147, 148 

Hampshire College (bonds) 160 

harassment, sexual (policy) 142 

Harbor, Boston (report) 202 

harbor (newsletter) 201 

Hardigg Industries (toxics use reduction case study) 147 

hate crime (report) 157 

hazardous material (list of Tier 1 sites) 40 

hazardous materials (discussion document) 56 

hazardous materials (waste volume) 56 

hazardous waste (household) 149 

health care (elders) 3 1 

health care (newsletter) 1 02, 1 86 

heahh care products 32 

health, clinics (directory) 61 

health, home care agencies (directory) 61 

health insurance (guide) 33 

heahh insurance (medicare) 135 

health insurance (nongroup plans) 103 

health insurance (state employees - newsletter) 158 

heahh (prevention) 37 

heahh (refugees & immigrants) 174 

health (resource guide) 38 

heahh (school) 37 

Heritage at Hingham (bonds) 160 

highway safety (plan) 157 

highway safety (report) 157 

highways (bridge manual) 158 

highways (construction details) 158 

highways (design manual) 158 

highways (standard specifications) 158 

highways (traffic details) 158 

Historian, House of Representatives (remarks) 153 

historic places (register) 159 

Hi-Tech Gold Plating Corp. (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

HIV (newsletter) 62 



219 



HTV (perinatal transmission) 61 

fflV (risk behavior study) *^1 

HIV (services) ^2 

HMEA (bonds) 159 

HMO Blue (insurance report) 1 ^ ^ 

Home Depot (disposition agreement) 1 7 1 

home health care agencies (directory) 6 1 

hospitals (acute care - economic trends) 102 

hospitals (community benefits - report) 32 

hospitals (costs) 1^^ 

hospitals (directory) ^1 

hospitals (economic trends) 1 ^^ 

hospitals (economic trends - acute care) 102 

hospitals (emergency department costs) 102 

hospitals (emergency room costs) 1 02 

Housatonic River (PCB's) 36 

House 1 (Governor's budget) 1 ^^ 

House of Representatives (rules) 1 ^4 

Housing Finance Agency (explanatory brochure) 1 59 

Housing Finance Agency (report) 1 59 

Housing Partnership Fund (report) 1 59 

housing ("Sharp" loans) 159 

Howard H. Sweet and Son, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

human rights (handbook) 59 

illness (survey) 13"^ 

immigrants (demographics) 169 

immigrants (heahh program) 1 "74 

immigrants (information and statistics) 175 

immigrants (RFR) 169 

Industrial Accidents, Department of (report) 58 

Industrial Accidents, Department of (waivers information) 58 
information technology bonds (report) 142 

information technology directory 1'74 

information technology (newsletter) 142 

initiatives (revenue) "4 

injuries (children) 37 
injuries, fatal (tables) 168 

injuries, fatal (update) 168 

injuries (survey) 1 3 ' 

injury prevention (conference proceedings) 37 

Inspector General, Office of (newsletter) 1 76 

insurance documents (list pages) 

insurance, choices (elderly) 145 

insurance (employees - newsletter) 158 

insurance (employees - rates) 1 58 



220 



insurance (employees - survey) 158 

insurance (fraud - newsletter) 1 60, 1 6 1 

insurance, health (guide) 33 

insurance, heahh (medicare) 105 

insurance (long-term care - report) 135 

insurance newsletter (state employees) 158 

insurance (nongroup health plans) 103 

insurance (state employees) 158 

insurance (statement notice) 105 

insurance, unemployment (report) 100 

interns. Senate (education - handbook) 154 

IPM (Integrated Pest Management - for buildings) 184 

Israel Trade Mission) 174 

J&R Engineered Products (wastewater treatment - modification letter) 57 

Jacques, Senator Cheryl A. (assault weapons - press conference) 1 54 

job openings (access - Commonweahh Employment Opportunities) 142 

job prospects (guide) 100 

jury duty ( 1 8 year olds) 1 76 

jury duty (facts) 176 

jury duty (one day/one trial) 176 

jury duty (students) 176 

keno (proposed legislation) 152 

Kidde-Fenwal, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 149 

KIDS COUNT (sourcebook) 37 

Kilmartin Tool Company (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

Korber Hats (Toxics Use Reduction Case Study) 149 

L&J of New England, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

labor (child - report) 33 

Labor Relations Commission (report) 162 

labor relations (guide) 196 

labor relations (newsletter) 32 

Lampin Corporation (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

law enforcement (newsletter) 32 

leachate tanks (policy) 40 

lead poisoning (children) 41 

leasing, space (State Agencies - report) 175 

legal investments (list) 98 

legislators (listing) 42 

Legislature (list of committees) 151 

lemon aid law (fact sheet) 173 

lemon index 174 

lemon law (brochure) 173 

lemon law (guide) 173 



221 



lending, mortgage (MCAD report) 43 

Leon, Eli (university gallery) ^99 

leukemia, childhood (Wobum) 36 

libraries (circulation data) ^^ 

libraries (financial statistics) 35 

libraries (index to reports) 35 

libraries (municipal expenditures) 34 

libraries (networks) 35 

libraries (personnel report) 35 

libraries (plan - long range) 35 

libraries (reports) 35 

libraries (tables and graphs) 35 

library (acquisitions) ^^^ 

Library, State (bibliography - state publications) 1 89 

literacy, environmental (benchmarks) 1^^ 

lobbyists (listing) ^^^ 

lobbyists (salaries) ^^^ 

lobsters (statistics) ^36 

lobsters (trap sampling) ^ 3 6 

Local Affairs, Joint Committee on (report) 1 53 

long term care facilities (directory) 6 1 

long term care facilities (listing) 6 1 

Lopes, Candice Early (di sposition agreement) 1 7 1 

lottery (free coupons) ^3 

lottery operations (proposed legislation) 152 

Lowell Corporation (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

M/A-COM (toxics use reduction case study) 1 48 

Maiden Mills Fire (report) 57 

Malone, Joseph D. (letter re electric deregulation) 83 

Malone, Joseph D. (letter re financing central artery) 83 

Malone, Joseph D. (letter re lottery) 83 

managed care (handbook) 85,186 

managed care (report) 143 

MAPC (bicycle plan) 1^^ 

MAPC (census maps - Salem, Gloucester) 166 

MAPC (community profiles, Everett profile, GIS services, grant 166 
Directory, Natick-school enrollment. North Shore, populations 
Forecast, top employers, Shraron-school enrollment) 

marine fisheries (newsletter) 135,136 

Maritime Academy (fisheries program) 164 

Maritime Academy (report) 1^3 

Markey, Judge John A. (formal charges) 43 

Mashpee (groundwater protection) 41 
Massachusetts Bay (toxic contaminants) 202 

Massachusetts (real property report) 99 



222 



Massport (Parcel F) 


165 


Mastex Industries, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 


148 


mature industries (overview of legislation) 


144 


MBTA (access) 


164 


MBTA (Advisory Board Report) 


164 


MBTA (agreement with the Attorney General - Equal 


31 


Employment Opportunity) 




MBTA (bond issue) 


163 


MBTA (newsletter - Advisory Board) 


163 


MBTA (report) 


164 


McCormack Institute (newsletter) 


161 


MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan - questions & answers) 


40 


MCP (Massachusetts Contingency Plan - risk problems) 


40 


MDC (affirmative action plan) 


145 


MDC (calendar) 


167 


MDC (management review) 


145 


mediation (courts - study) 


192 


Medical Assistance, Division of (newsletter) 


136 


Medical Center (magazine) 


200 


Medical Center, UMASS (report) 


200 


medical security (newsletter) 


100 


medical security plan (report) 


100 


medicare (appeals) 


145 


medicare (guide) 


135 


memorandum of understanding (Turnpike Authority and Boston) 


193 


mental heaUh (5 year plan) 


59 


mental health (adult report) 


58 


mental health (child report) 


58 


mental health (client deaths) 


152 


mental health (community partnerships) 


59 


mental health (curriculum) 


60 


mental heahh (curriculum guidelines for providers) 


60 


mental health (newsletter) 


59,192 


mental health (orientation manual) 


60 


mental heahh (plan) 


58 


mental heahh (public attitudes) 


59 


mental health (report) 


59 


mental health (speakers bureau) 


59,60 


mental retardation (community inclusion) 


156 


mental retardation (day services) 


157 


mental retardation (heahh challenges) 


156 


mental retardation (investigative report) 


152 


mental retardation (nursing home placements) 


157 


mental retardation (waiting list) 


156 


mentoring programs (employee guide) 


142 


Merrimack College (bonds) 


160 



223 



Merrimack River (report) 149 

Metro West (bicycle-pedestrian study) 1 59 

MetroWest (water supply tunnel - newsletter) 204 

MHS (Metropolitan Highway System - study) 1 50 

MicroSemi USPD, Inc. (water use case study) 204 

Military Reservation Facilities (upgrade) 1 67 

military specifications (roundtable proceedings) 149 

Milton Academy (bonds) 160 

Minority Business Enterprise Program (report) 1 42- 1 43 

MMARS (introduction) 175 

MMWEC (Municipal Wholesale Electric Co. - report) 168 

MNCSC (Massachusetts National & Community Service 164 
Commission - fact sheet) 

mortgage lending (report) 43 

motor vehicle (excise manual) 64 

motor vehicle registrations (study) 1 76 

motor vehicles (driver's manual) 186 

motor vehicles (lemon law brochure) 1 73 

motor- voter (implementation) 154 

municipalities (library expenditures) 200 

mussels (bioaccumulation) 200 

MWRA (guide) 202 

MWRA (monitoring program) 202 

MWRA (proposed budget) 204 

MWRA (report) 200 

Myanmar (restriction list) 1 78 

Nashua River (survey) 55 

Natick, MA (cancer incidence) 38 

Natick, MA (school enrollment - MAPC) 166 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program (RFP) 1 68 

natural heritage (newsletter) 168 

Neponset River (watershed) 1 4 5 

Newton (breast cancer) 36 

nitrogen concentrations (well water) 1 84 

North Shore (tourism - MAPC) 1 66 

Novacor Chemicals Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 147 

nurseries and greenhouses (directory) 37 

nursing facilities 1 86 

nursing homes (guide) 145 

nursing homes (report) 199 

nursing services (schools) 155 

office space (leasing - report) 1 75 

Old Colony (brochures) 145 

Old Colony (newsletter) 178 



Old Colony (report) 


178 


one day/one trial 


163 


open space (programs) 


145 


Operational Services Division (newsletter) 


183 


OTA (Office of Technical Assistance) 


149 


Outdoor Advertising Board (report) 


184 


ozone depletion (fact sheet) 


149 


Package X (Massachusetts tax forms) 


63 


PAC's (finance activity) 


171 


PAC's (listing) 


171 


pain (report) 


155 


paint (disposal) 


56 


paint (waste prevention) 


56 


paper industry (study) 


55 


Parcel F (Massport - RFP) 


165 


park system (management review) 


145 


parks (Connecticut Valley Region) 


54 


parks (employee handbook) 


102 


PCB's (Housatonic River) 


36 


PD43 


141 


Performance Awards (booklet) 


141 


pest management (report) 


197 


pesticide (waste prevention) 


56 


Philippines (trade mission) 


174 


Pioneer Valley (conserving rural land) 


184 


Pioneer Valley (economic development) 


184 


Pioneer Valley (facility and community profiles) 


184 


Pioneer Valley (land use plan) 


185 


Pioneer Valley (regional pavement management report) 


184 


Pioneer Valley (statistical profile) 


184 


Pioneer Valley (transportation plan) 


184 


Pioneer Valley (transportation program) 


184 


plant sciences (newsletter) 


197 


play areas, indoor (guidelines) 


37 


plumbing fixtures (guide) 


204 


poison control (report) 


165 


poison control (statistical report) 


161 


policy, public (poll) 


161 


pollution (curriculum) 


149 


pollution prevention (Central MA) 


149 


Poly-Plating Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 


147 


population, consumer (Social Services Department) 


65 


population forecast (MAPC) 


166 


population (MA - estimates) 


198 


Port Authority (report) 


165 



225 



preservation (newsletter) 1 59 

Presmet Corp. (toxics use reduction case study) 146 

prevention centers (listing) 61 

prevention (newsletter) 37 

prisons (overcrowding - report) 47,48 

probation (newsletter) 175 

probation (telephone directory) 175 

procurement (handbook) 183 

procurement (newsletter) 1 76, 1 80 

professional conduct (courts) 191 

professions, licensed (guide) 137 

property, real (report) 99 

PRSM (Prevention Resource System of MA - newsletter) 62 

Public Law 101-392 49 

purchasing (corrective action plan) 1 83 

Quabbin Reservation (fact sheet) 166 

Quarry Hills (change in project) 1 46 

Quarry Hills (environmental report) 1 45, 1 46 

Racing Commission (report) 189 

radioactive waste (newsletter) 162 

radioactive waste (report) 162 

real estate law 35 

real property (report) 99 

recidivism (rates) 47 

record keeping (domestic violence) 1 75 

recycling (apartments) 137 

recycling (guide) 39 

recycling products (guide) 183 

recycling (questions and answers) 57 

recycling (resource directory) 147 

Reed-Rico (toxics use reduction case study) 1 69 

refugees (demographics) 174 

refugees (heahh program) 1 75 

refiigees (information and statistics) 169 

refugees (RFR) 154 

Regionalization Commission (report) 137 

Registration, Division of (report) 187 

registrations, contractors (revoked) 176 

Registries of Deeds (report) 57,58 

Regulatory Services, Division of (reports) 186 

Rehabilitation Commission (fact sheets) 154 

Remy, Abel (letter from Representatives Fox and Rushing) 137 

resource conservation (newsletter) 188 

Respigam (agreement) 185 



226 



retirement, public employees (investment report) 185 

retirement, state (newsletter) 188 

revenue (directive) 63 

revenue (initiatives) 63,64 

RFR (request for response) 205 

Rivers Protection Act (brochure) 55 

Robbins Company (toxics use reduction case study) 146,149 

rules (House of Representatives) 154 

Rushing, Representative Byron (letter re Abel Remy) 154 

safe neighborhoods (brochure) 32 

safety, public (university - newsletter) 197 

safety (summer) 174 

Salem-Gloucester PMSA (MAPC - maps) 166 

Salvi, John (psychiatric management) 200 

Sandv^ch (groundwater protection) 41 

savings banks (report) 98 

school heahh (newsletter) 37 • 

school to work (newsletter) 169 

schools and communities (newsletter) 33 

schools (building assistance) 49 

schools (directory) 49 

schools (finance reform - report) 71 

schools, high (college report) 34 

schools (nursing services)/nursing services (schools) 155 

schools (profiles) 50 

schools (safe - newsletter) 32 

schools (work strategies) 53 

seafood (supplier directory) 136 

securities (newsletter) 177 

Seven Hills Foundation (bonds) 160 

sewage disposal (inspectors - list) 57 

sewer overflow (MWRA - plan) 203,204 

sewer overflow (report) 201 

sewer (rates) 203 

sewer rates (relief fund distributions) 64 

sexual assault (support - survivors) 61 

sexual harassment (manual) 141 

sexual harassment (policy) 142 

Sharon, MA (school enrollment - MAPC) 166 

"Sharp" loans (housing) 159 

SHINE (Serving Heahh Information Needs of Elders) 145 

shipwrecks (Attorney General Brief) 31 

showerheads (guide) 204 

Siegmund Environmental Services (wastewater treatment 57 
modification letter) 



227 



Silver Dove Awards 
Simon's Rock College (bonds) 
sludge processing 

Smith and Wesson (toxics use reduction case study) 
smoke-free restaurants (study) 
Social Services, Department of (consumer population) 
Social Services, Department of (report) 
social services (report) 
soil evaluators (list) 
soils (contaminated - disposal) 
solid waste facilities (tonnage limits) 
solid waste(pricing programs) 
solvent use (fact sheet) 
source reduction (fact sheet) 

Southeastern MA Regional Planning & Economic Development 
District (report) 

space, leasing (RFP - request for proposals) 
special education (recommended changes) 
special education (study) 

Springfield, MA (GIS - Geographic Information System) 
Springfield (treatment works) 

Standard Uniform Services (toxics use reduction case study) 
state buildings (newsletter) 
state buildings (safety) 
State College Building Authority (report) 
state college (President's report) 
State House (Black History Month) 
State House (newsletter) 
State House (newsletter - Tours Division) 
State House (tour guide) 
State of the State Address (Governor) 
state publications (bibliography) 
state services (guide) 
State-EPA grant (report) 
statewide contracts 
statistics (adolescent births) 
statistics (cancer) 
statistics (children - maltreatment) 
statistics (deaths) 
statistics, heahh (ethnicity) 
statistics, health (race) 
Steamship Authority (report) 
Stockbridge School (catalog) 
Stockbridge School (commencement) 
stormwater (management) 
streamflows (report) 



144 

160 

201 

147 

192 

65 

65 

65 

57,138 

40 

137 

55 

149 

149 

187 

99 

155 

155 

143 

150 

147 

38 

38 

188 

151 

144 

99 

177 

176 

156 

189 

41 

39 

179-183 

38 

38 

65 

38 

38 

38 

205 

199 

199 

42,43 

56 



228 



street sweepers (procurement) 153 

students, high school (college performance) 34 

substance abuse services (RFP) 39 

subtidal communities 202 

Suffolk County District Attorney (newsletter) 1 89, 1 90 

Supreme Judicial Court (Chief Justice Keynote Address) 192 
Supreme Judicial Court (rules of professional conduct) , 191 

tanning salons (survey) 174 

Taunton State Hospital (report) 153 

tax forms (Massachusetts Package X) 63 

taxes (excise) 64 

taxpayers (newsletter) 63,65 

Techgraphics (bonds) 160 

technology (year 2000) 142 

teens, working (public heahh guide) 168 

telecommunications, educational (program guide) 45 

television, cable (bulletin) 40 

term limits (brief) 191 

third harbor tunnel (report) 153 

Tier 1 sites (list) 40 

tires (disposal) 138 

tires (stockpiling) 138 

Title 5 56 

Title 5 (certification for use) 56 

Title 5 (percolation rates - RFP) 55 

Title 5 (revocation of H cense) 57 

Title 5 (soil evaluators) 57 

tobacco control 192 

tobacco litigation (newsletter) 33 

toilets, low consumption (facts) 201 

tourism (Massachusetts guide) 178 

towns (historic data) 176 

toxic contaminants (Massachusetts Bay) 202 

toxics use reduction case study 1 46- 1 49 

toxics use reduction ((fact sheet) 149 

toxics use reduction (report) 1 45-6, 1 50 

Trade and Investment, International Office of (report) 174 

trailers (excise manual) 64 

trails (newsletter) 137 

training (employment) 177 

Transitional Assistance, Department of (closed cases) 84 

transportation (newsletter) 167 

transportation program (Pioneer Valley) 184 

transportation, state (improvement plan) 39 

travel (Massachusetts guide) 178 



229 



Treasurer, Department of (teacher's manual - savings program) 

Treasurer, State (newsletter) 

Trust Companies (report) 

trust fund report (Employment and Training, Division of) 

Tubed Products, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 

tunnel projects (study) 

TUR (Toxics Use Reduction Act) 

Turnpike Authority (memorandum of understanding - Boston) 

Turnpike Authority (report) 

turnpike (tolls report) 

U. Plan (information) 

ultraviolet radiation (fact sheet) 

uncompensated care (report) 

unemployment insurance (report) 

unemployment trust fund (report) 

university (50th reunion) 

university (admissions) 

university (alumni survey) 

university (catalog)/catalog (university) 

university (Chancellor's Council) 

university (economic impact - Massachusetts) 

university (federal programs report) 

university (gallery) 

university (graduate commencement) 

university (honors program) 

university (Living Document) 

university (magazine) 

university (mission statement) 

university (newsletter) 

university (newsletter) 

university (rules and regulations) 

university (student rights) 

university (student sit-in) 

university (undergraduate commencement) 

vehicle, used (fact sheet) 

vehicles (electric - program results) 

V.H.Blackington, Inc. (toxics use reduction case study) 

victim assistance (directory) 

victim rights (conference document) 

Viereck House (survey) 

violence, domestic 

violence, domestic (FY98 budget plans) 

violence, domestic (record keeping) 

violence, domestic (subcommittee on finance) 



83 

83 

98 

100 

148 

162 

149 

193 

193 

193 

140 

149 

155 

100 

100 

196 

199 

196 

197,199 

197 

196,198 

194 

199 

196 

197 

198 

181,199,200 

194 

197 

200 

194,195 

198 

198 

196 

174 

101 

147 

169 

169 

54 

84 

157 

175 

156 



violence, teen (school guidelines) 49 

violence (workplace - combatting) 32 

violence (youth - report) 32 

volunteering (state employees) 141 

Wachusett Reservoir (filtration) 56 

wages (annual averages) 100 

wages (state) 100 

wages (state summary) 100 

wages (statistics) 100 

Warren (treatment works) 150 

waste (automotive) 56 

waste, hazardous (managing) 56 

waste, industrial (guidance for users) 167 

waste prevention (paint) 56 

waste prevention (pesticides) 56 

waste, radioactive (newsletter) 162 

waste, radioactive (report) 162 

waste, solid (pricing programs) 55 

wastewater (on-site treatment) 54 

wastewater projects 201 

wastewater (treatment facilities) 150 

wastewater treatment (modification letter) 57 

water, drinking (guidelines) 55 

water (efficiency - commercial buildings) 204 

water (efficiency - educational institutions) 204 

water (efficiency - hospitals) 204 

water (efficiency - restaurants) 204 

water (fihration plant grants) 140 

water (low use - plants) 201 

water (management) 204 

water (nonpoint source programs) 55 

water (non-potential drinking sources) 40 

water quality (outfall contingency plan) 201 

water resources (Advisory Board Update) 202 

Water Resources Authority (effluent) 202 

water suppliers (newsletter) 55 

water (supply) 138 

water (supply - Metro West) 201 

water supply (newsletter) 1 3 8- 1 40 

water supply (stormwater infiltration) 184 

water (supply tunnel) 204 

water (system - facts) 201 

water (use and disposal) 202 

water (use -case study) 204 

water, well (nitrogen concentrations) 184 



231 



water (wetlands programs) > 55 

watershed management (publications list) 55 

weapon injuries (newsletter) 62 

weights and measures (report) 1 54 

Weld, William F. (budget remarks) 156 

Weld, William F. (State of the State Address) 156 

Welfare to Work Advisory Committee (report) 1 57 

wetlands (restoration - newsletter) 150 

wildlife (magazine) 101 

wildlife (perspectives) 101 

wildlife (report) 101 

wildlife (viewing guide) 1 1 

Wilkins, Herbert P. (address to the Massachusetts Bar Association) 192 

Wobum (childhood leukemia) 36 

women (elected officials - study) 161 

women (cancer) 61 

women (career opportunities guide) 1 68 

women (State House Project) 47 

Woodward, Louise (Judge Zobel's decision) 193 

Worcester (treatment works) 150 

workers' compensation (report) 58,206 

workforce (development - newsletter) 44 

Yarmouth (groundwater protection) 41 

youth (emotionally disturbed) 59 

Youth Services, Department of (employees guide) 84 

Zobel, Judge Hiller (decision - Woodward case) 193 



Serial Titles Received in 1997 



The following is a list of serials issued more frequently than on a quarterly basis and received by 
the State Library in 1997. These documents do not appear on the state document microfilm but are 
listed here for informational purposes. All of these serials are available for viewing at the State 
Library and are available through interiibrary loan. Subscriptions or single issues can usually be 
obtained upon request to the issuing agency. Agency addresses can be found in the preceding pages 
or in the Citizens Guide to State Services, available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, 
Boston, MA 02133, (617) 727-2834; Springfield Office (413) 733-7876. 



Agency 


Title 


Frequency 


Attorney General's 
Office 


Opinions 


irregular 


Board of Bank Incorporation 


Decisions 


irregular 


Board of Education 


Minutes of the 
Regular Meeting 


irregular 




Minutes of the 
Special Meeting 


irregular 


Board of Library 
Commissioners 


Minutes of the 
BLC Meetings 


irregular 




Notes 


irregular 


Bureau of Special 
Investigations 


Report of Special 
Investigations 


monthly 


Coastal Zone Management 


Coast Lines 


irregular 


Department of Education 


Education Today 


10 nos. per year 



233 



Department of Employineiil 
and Training 


Local Area 
Unemployment 
Statistics and Current 
Employment Statistics 


monthly 




Massachusetts 


monthly 




Employment Review 






Mass. Job Trends 


monthly 




Mass. Local Area 


monthly 




Trends 






Monthly Summary of 
Employment Trends in... 






Greater Boston 


monthly 




Northeastern Mass. 


monthly 




Southeast Region 


monthly 




West/Central Mass. 


monthly 



Department of Environmental Massachusetts Contingency irregular 
Protection Plan (MCP) Questions 

and Answers 



Wetlands Report 



irregular 



Department of Mental 
Health 



Monthly Facility Reports 
Information System 



monthly 



Department of Mental 
Retardation 



Monthly Admission, 
Readmission & 
Transfer Reports 



monthly 



234 



Department of Public 
Health 


Spotlight on 
Prevention 


bimonthl; 


Department of Revenue 


City & Town 


monthly 




DOR Directive 


irregular 




DORways 


irregular 




Informational 
Guideline Release 


irregular 




Letter Rulings 


irregular 




Monthly Report of 
Collections & Refunds 


monthly 




Monthly Report of 
Tax CoUections 


monthly 




Technical 
Information Release 


irregular 



Department of Transitional Facts & Figures 

Assistance Report 



monthly 



Monthly Issuances 



monthly 



Dept. of Social Services Kids Our Common Wealth bimonthly 



District Court 
Department 



Bulletin 



irregular 



Division of 
Administrative 
Law Appeals 



Decisions 



irregular 



235 



Division of Fisheries 
& Wildlife 



News 



weekly 



Executive Office for 
Administration & Finance 



Administrative 
Bulletin 



irregular 



Labor Relations Reporter irregular 



Executive Office of 
Environmental Affairs 


Environmental 
Monitor 


biweekly 


Governor 


Executive Orders 


irregular 




Press Releases 


irregular 




Speeches 


irregular 


Higher Education 
Coordinating Council 


Minutes 


irregular 


Information Technology 
Division 


Bulletins 


irregular 


Mass. Bay Transportation 
Authority 


Board of Directors 
Open Meeting 
Agenda 


irregular 




Monthly Management 
Report 


monthly 




T Highlights 


irregular 


Mass. Maritime Academy 
Alumni Association 


Bulletin 


irregular 



236 



Mass. Municipal Wholesale • Current 
Electric Co. (MMWEC) 



monthly 



Mass Water Resources 
Authority 



Combined Sewer and 
Overflow Control Plan. 
Minutes 



irregular 



Water Quality Update 



monthly 



Mass. Water Resources 
Authority Advisory Board 


Summary of the Board 
of Directors Meeting 


irregular 




Summary of the Special 
Meeting of the Board of 
Directors 


irregular 


Mass. Water Resources 
Commission 


Minutes 


monthly 


Metropolitan Highway System 
Advisory Board 


Minutes 


irregular 


Office of the Commissioner 
of Banks 


Activity Report 
Administrative Bulletin 


monthly 
irregular 




Decisions 


monthly 




Mortgage Information: 
Boston Region 


weekly 




Opinions 


irregular 



Office of the Secretary 
of State 



Central Register 



weekly 



237 



Goods and Services 
Bulletin 

Massachusetts 
Register 



weekly 
bi-weekly 



Office of Travel & Tourism Massachusetts Travelogue irregular 



State Lottery 
Commission 



Consolidated Statement 
of Operations 

Lottery Lines 

Minutes 



monthly 

bi-monthly 
irregular 



State Transportation Library Selected Acquisitions irregular 

Trial Court Legal Update irregular 



Turnpike Authority 



Mass. Turnpike Monthly monthly 
Report 

Sumner-Callahan Tunnels monthly 
Monthly Report 



Ted Williams Tunnel 
Monthly Report 



monthly 



UMASS Amherst 
Board of Trustees 



Faculty Senate Documents irregular 
Minutes of the Meeting irregular 



UMASS Boston 
Chancellors Office 

UMASS Lowell, Institute 
for the Study of Business 



University Reporter 



monthly 



PMAB Report on monthly 

Regional Business Conditions 



238 



Markets 



UMASS System 
Board of Trustees 



Minutes of the Meeting irregular 



UMASS Amherst, Water 
Resources Research 
Center 



Newsletter 



monthly 



Water Resources 
Commission 



Minutes of Meeting. 



irregular 



239 



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GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS 
COLlECTlOM 

MASSACHUSETTS upwersitv of Massachusetts 

Oepostioiy Copy 

STATE PUBLICATIONS 
1998 



State Library of Massachusetts 

ISSN 0465-1898 



Please Note 



The State Library of Massachusetts is the 
official depository for Massachusetts state 
agency pubhcations. This checkHst provides 
a Hsting of those publications received at the 
library during the 1998 calendar year. 

Newsletters and serials with a frequency greater than quarterly are not included in 
this list but are listed separately after the index for informational purposes and are available through 
interlibrary loan. 

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to provide access to state agency publications. The following libraries serve as document 
depositories: The Boston Public Library, Springfield City Library, Worcester Public Library, and 
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viewed at these Ubraries; as well as at the State Library. In addition to the state depositories, the 
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present, can be accesses via the Internet. Telnet to site.cvraiars.mass.edu and access file #116. The 
Library can be reached through the Internet at the following address: http://www.state.ma.us/lib. 

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service, contact Primary Source Media, 12 Lunar Drive, Woodbridge, CT. 06525 (203)397-2600. 

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There is a keyword mdex at the end of this checklist for all documents listed 
herein except for the reportsof the Department of the State Auditor. Index references are to the 
page numbers of this publication. 

Please note that the Auditor instituted a new identification system during 1 990. 
The reports are now being identified by the typed of audit being done. The code is as follows: 

A- 128 = Single Audit of State and Federal Funds 

AS = Audit Survey 

Ch. 647 = MGL Chapter 647, Internal Control Review 

CL = Closeout Letter 

EDP = Electronic Data Processing 

FG = Federal Grant 



FR = Financial Related 

FS = Financial Statement 

FU = FoUow-Up 

I = Investigative 

IT = Information Technology 

IPS = Review of Independent Report AVorkpapers 

P = Performance 

PR = Privatization 

SA = Single Audit of State and Local Funds 

SP = Special Project 

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Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Decision: 381 Summer Street Restaurant, Inc., dba Cutter's Lounge, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 
983/1 

Decision: A F J Package Store Inc., Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 984/1 

Decision: A Lot of Blarney Inc., dba Barrett's Spirit Shoppe, Harwich. 1998 1 p. 984/2 

Decision: AB Logistics, dba Adcom Express, East Boston. 1998 7 p. 982/1 

Decision: Adie Companies, Inc., dba Ye Loft and Ladle, Lawrence. 1998 3 p. 981/1 

Decision: Amazing Wok, Inc., Adams. 1998 3 p. 982/2 

Decision: American Lithuanian Naturalization Club, Athol. 1998 2 p. 984/3 

Decision: Amherst Brewing Company, Inc., Amherst. 1998 5 p. 984/4 

Decision: Amvets Post #79, Inc., Natick. 1998 3 p. 981/2 

Decision: Anastasio Kessaris, dba Tom's Seabreeze, Marlboro. 1998 2 p. 981/3 

Decision: Anna Jarvis, dba The Old Red Lantern, Erving. 1997 4 p. 981/4 

Decision: Anthony J. Mitrano, dba Mitrano Artery Fruit Center, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 9J 

Decision: Armur, Inc., dba The Joshua Tree, Somerville. 1998 3 p. 984/5 

Decision: BAA Massachusetts, Inc., Boston (Charlestown). 1997 13 p. 981/5 

Decision: Babe's Place. Inc., dba 312 Pub, Weymouth. 1998 5 p. 982/3 

Decision: Bagatelle's, Inc., dba Shenanagan's, Boston. 1998 3 p. 984/6 

Decision: Balfour Imports, Inc., Napa, C A. 1998 12 p. 981/6 

Decision: Bah Hai, Inc., Lynnfield. 1998 1 p. 984/7 

Decision: Barrington Restaurant, Inc., dba Saratoga Restaurant, Boston. 1998 6 p. 983/3 

Decision: Bay State Food Shops, Inc., Brookline. 1998 2 p. 981/7 

Decision: BBRG Massachusetts Restaurants, Inc., dba Papa-Razzi. Burhngton. 1998 1 p. 
984/8 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Ben-Cor, L.L.C., dba McCarthy's, Boston. 1997 4 p. 981/8 

Decision: Big E Foodland, Inc., Easthampton. 1998 2 p. 984/9 

Decision: Big E's Foodland, Inc., Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/4 

Decision: Bishops of the Harwiches, Inc., dba Bishop's Terrace, Harwich. 1998 1 p. 984/10 

Decision: Blanchard's Inc., Boston. 1998 2 p. 983/5 

Decision: Blue Marlin Grille, Inc., Essex. 1998 1 p. 984/11 

Decision: Bob Con, Inc., dba Conrad's, Maiden. 1998 1 p. 984/12 

Decision: Brau-Hoff, Inc., Fitchburg. 1998 2 p. 984/13 

Decision: Bridge Food Services, Inc., dba Ann's Diner, Sahsbury. 1998 2 p. 984/14 

Decision: Brigham Liquors, Inc., dba Brigham Liquors, Boston. 1998 3 p. 984/15 

Decision: Broadway Convenience, Inc., Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/6 

Decision: Brocktune, Inc., dba Melody Lounge, Brockton. 1997 5 p. 981/9 

Decision: Brookside Package Store, Inc., Leicester. 1997 2 p. 981/10 

Decision: Brookside Restaurant, Inc., dba Brookside Family Restaurant, Southwick. 1998 1 p. 
984/16 

Decision: Bull Run Restaurant of Shirley, Inc., Shirley. 1998 1 p. 984/17 

Decision: Burke Distributing Corporations, Avon. 1 998 3 p. 982/4 

Decision: Burlington Package Liquors, Inc., dba The Liquor Cabinet, Burlington. 1998 1 p. 
984/18 

Decision: Bumcor, Inc., Templeton. 1998 3 p. 984/19 

Decision: Cado, Inc., Billerica. 1998 4 p. 984/20 

Decision: Camp of Springfield, Inc., dba Tilly's Restaurant, Springfield. 1998 2 p. 984/21 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision: Cape Cod Mall Liquors, Inc., Barnstable. 1998 4 p. 983/7 
Decision: Capital Distributing Company v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/8 

Decision: Cardoza Enterprises Inc., dba Cardoza's Beer and Wine Shop, Fairhaven. 1998 4 p. 

984/22 

Decision: Charles Oilman & Sons, Inc., Amherst. 1998 3 p. 982/5 

Decision: Charles Oilman & Sons v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/9 

Decision: Charles Oilman & Sons v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A, 25E-1 123. 1998 2 p. 984/23 

Decision: Charybids, Inc., Amherst. 1998 4 p. 984/24 

Decision: Chebacco Liquor Mart, Inc., Essex. 1998 2 p. 984/25 

Decision: Chicopee Lodge #1849 of the BPOE, Inc., Chicopee. 1998 2 p. 982/6 

Decision: Chips Management, Inc., dba Crimson Sports Grille, Cambridge. 1998 2 p. 984/26 

Decision: Chrismich, Inc., dba Michael's Pub, Leominster. 1997 3 p. 981/1 1 

Decision: CJLT, Inc., dba Budget Liquors, Harwichport. 1998 1 p. 984/27 

Decision: Classic Restaurant Concepts, L.L.C., dba Desmond O'Malley's Irish Pub & Restaurant, 
Framingham. 1998 2 p. 984/28 

Decision: Classic Wine Imports, Inc., Boston. 1998 6 p. 982/7 

Decision: Club louche, Greenfield. 1998 3 p. 984/29 

Decision: Club United, Lie, Brockton. 1997 1 p. 981/12 

Decision: Colequin, Lie, dba Ed Coleman's Cafe, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/10 

Decision: Costello & Wagner Inc., dba The Anchor Inn, Southwick. 1998 1 p. 984/30 

Decision: Cray-Burke Company v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/1 1 

Decision: Curve-In Inc., dba Bill's Place, Winchendon. 1998 1 p. 984/31 

Decision: D & B Corp., dba Golden Banana, Peabody. 1998 9 p. 983/12 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Dadson, Inc., dba Expo Liquors, West Springfield. 1997 4 p. 981/13 

Decision: Dandelion Green Inc., Burlington. 1998 1 p. 984/32 

Decision: David A. Greco, dba Quick Stop, Southwick. 1998 1 p. 984/33 

Decision: David B. and Sofia Massey, dba Serafino Pizza Restaurant, Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 

983/13 

Decision: DeMonteiro-Perry Ltd., dba The Elephant Walk, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/14 

Decision: DHE, Inc., dba Conomo Cafe, Essex. 1998 1 p. 984/34 

Decision: Di-No's Corp., dba Fundinzino's, Roxbury. 1997 3 p. 981/14 

Decision: Disabled American Veteran's Chapter 35 ("DAV"), Marshfield. 1997 3 p. 981/15 

Decision: Dollar Saver Liquors of Quincy, Quincy. 1998 2 p. 983/15 

Decision: Dracut Lounge Inc., Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/16 

Decision: Drinkwater Corp., dba The Office, Danvers. 1997 3 p. 981/16 

Decision: Dynamic Ventures, Inc., dba George's on Washington Street, Newton. 1997 2 p. 
981/17 

Decision: East Palace Inc., dba Royal Palace Restaurant, Dennis. 1998 1 p. 984/35 

Decision: Eastern Partners Inc., dba Out of Asia, Saugus. 1998 1 p. 983/17 

Decision: Easthampton Village Pizza Inc., Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/18 

Decision: Edgeworth Golf Course of Southwick, Inc., Southwick. 1998 1 p. 984/36 

Decision: E.E.G., Corp. dba The Candlewood Inn, Southwick. 1998 1 p. 984/37 

Decision: Essex Fortune Palace, Inc., Essex. 1998 1 p. 984/38 

Decision: Europa Cafe, Inc., Lowell. 1998 2 p. 983/19 

Decision: Express Groceries and Liquors, Inc., Saugus. 1998 9 p. 983/20 

Decision: Ferrari's Restaurant, Maiden. 1998 1 p. 983/21 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 
Decision; Five Tot's Inc., dba Mike's Westview Cafe, Amherst. 1998 3 p. 984/39 
Decision: Food Service Management Group, Inc., Lynnfield. 1998 1 p. 984/40 
Decision: Food's Inc., of Saugus dba Caruso Diplomat, Saugus. 1998 2 p. 983/22 

Decision: Four Comers Restaurant, Inc., dba Four Comers Restaurant, Groton. 1998 1 p. 

983/23 

Decision: Francie's Tavern. Inc., Holyoke. 1998 3 p. 984/41 

Decision: Francis P. McCann & Co. Inc., Lawrence. 1998 1 p. 984/42 

Decision: Full Sail, Inc., Plymouth. 1998 4 p. 982/8 

Decision: Geerlings & Wade, Inc., Canton. 1997 1 p. 981/18 

Decision: Gerald F. Ely, dba Piece of Pizza, Pittsfield. 1998 3 p. 983/24 

Decision: Glynn's Inc., of Boston, dba Purple Shamrock. 1998 2 p. 984/43 

Decision: GMRI, Inc., dba The Olive Garden, Saugus. 1998 3 p. 984/44 

Decision: Groton Country Inn, Inc., dba Stagecoach Inn, Groton. 1998 1 p. 983/25 

Decision: Cymric Development Corporation, dba My Honey Fitz, Maiden. 1997 2 p. 981/19 

Decision: Hart Brothers, Inc., dba Good Time Spirits and Pizza, Russell. 1998 3 p. 984/45 

Decision: Harwich East Liquors, Inc., Harwich. 1998 1 p. 984/46 

Decision: Hendrich House LTD., Ipswich. 1997 2 p. 981/20 

Decision: Hosea's, Inc., Pembroke. 1998 3 p. 984/47 

Decision: House of Northup, Inc, dba Lorraine's, Webster. 1997 4 p. 981/21 

Decision: Hudson Country' Cupboard, Inc., Hudson. 1998 3 p. 984/48 

Decision: Improved Order of Redmen Wamscott Tribe #39, Stoneham. 1998 1 p. 983/26 

Decision: International Beverages, Inc., Holbrook. 1997 8 p. 981/22 

Decision: Ipswich Entertainment, Inc., dba Jake Ivory's, Boston. 1998 3 p. 982/9 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: IWT, Inc., dba The Office, Attleboro. 1998 5 p. 984/49 

Decision: Jalaram Corp., dba Pumpsy's Liquors, Maiden. 1998 1 p. 983/27 

Decision: Jam Jon, Inc., Springfield. 1998 2 p. 982/10 

Decision: Janet I. Eaton, Duxbury. 1998 1 p. 983/28 

Decision: Jazzberries, Inc., dab David's, Springfield. 1998 3 p. 984/50 

Decision: Jim's Quick Stop, Inc., Billerica. 1998 1 p. 983/29 

Decision: Joaquim Pedro Jr., Dartmouth. 1997 2 p. 981/23 

Decision: John D. Grady, dba Quabbin, Barre. 1998 3 p. 984/51 

Decision: John G. Bills «fe George Bills dba High Street Cafe, Webster. 1997 4 p. 981/24 

Decision: John J. Weir Post #246 American Legion, Inc., Hardwick. 1997 2 p. 981/25 

Decision: John Kozomobolis, dba Captain John's Rest and Lounge, Lowell. 1998 4 p. 984/52 

Decision: Jonathan Levine dba The Kingsway Restaurant, Yarmouthport. 1998 1 p. 982/11 

Decision: Jose Andrade, dba Country Garden Liquors, Brockton. 1997 4 p. 981/26 

Decision: Joseph Leone, dba Leone's Pizza Pub, Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/30 

Decision: Junior T. Inc., dba Comer Store Deli, Bellingham. 1998 3 p. 983/31 

Decision: Karsa, Inc., dba Hogan's II, Lynn. 1998 2 p. 982/12 

Decision: K.C.'s Country Store, Inc., Hamilton. 1998 1 p. 984/53 

Decision: Kemwood at Lynnfield Inc., Lynnfield. 1998 1 p. 984/54 

Decision: Lakeside Inn Inc., dba The Lakeside Inn, Wilbraham. 1998 1 p. 983/32 

Decision: Lakeview Package Store, Inc., Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/33 

Decision: Lawrence D. Kelley, Tewksbury. 1998 2 p. 981/27 

Decision: Lawrence R. Chase Corp., dba Harrigan's Package Store, Hamilton. 1998 1 p. 
984/55 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Leisure Time Cruise Corporation, dba Leisure Casino Cruises, Gloucester. 1998 4 p. 
984/56 

Decision: Lenny Do Carmo, dba Dream Cafe, New Bedford. 1998 3 p. 984/57 

Decision: Leroy's Lounge Inc., Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/34 

Decision: Lim & Wong, Inc., dba Kee Loon Restaurant, Northborough. 1998 4 p. 982/13 

Decision: Lt. Frederick W. White Post 32158 VFW, Inc., Winchendon. 1998 4 p. 982/14 

Decision: Luis A. Alvarado, Holyoke. 1998 3 p. 984/58 

Decision: Lynnfield Liquors Ltd., dba The Wine Cellar, Lynnfield. 1998 1 p. 984/59 

Decision: Mandarin Gourmet, Inc., dba Mandarin Cuisine Locus, Needham. 1998 1 p. 984/60 

Decision: Mardi Gras Entertainment, Inc.. Springfield. 1998 3 p. 984/61 

Decision: Marlin Enterprises, LLC, dba Summers, Tewksbury. 1998 3 p. 982/15 

Decision: Marte, Inc., dba Pueblo Market, Lawrence. 1998 1 p. 984/62 

Decision: Martin Nieske, dba Marty's Fruit, Dudley. 1998 2 p. 983/35 

Decision: McGonagle & Sons, Inc., Watertown. 1998 2 p. 984/63 

Decision: M.D. Inc., dba Amico Restaurant, Billerica. 1998 1 p. 983/36 

Decision: Melikian Inc., dba Horizon's, Wilbraham. 1998 1 p. 983/37 

Decision: Melrose Veterans Building Associates, Inc., Melrose. 1998 3 p. 983/38 

Decision: Metrowest Tropical Foods, Inc., Framingham. 1997 3 p. 981/28 

Decision: MichaelJ. Sady, Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/39 

Decision: Mod Liquors, Inc., Boston. 1998 2 p. 984/64 

Decision: Mohawk Greenfield Motel Corp., Greenfield. 1998 3 p. 981/29 

Decision: Monday Morning, Inc.. Boston. 1998 5 p. 982/16 

Decision: M.S. Walker, Lie. v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/40 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Mt. Auburn Club, Inc., dba The Paradise/M-80, Boston. 1997 4 p. 981/30 

Decision: Mt. Vemon Cafe, Inc., Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/41 

Decision: Mt.Aubum Club, Inc., dba Paradise/M-80, Boston. 1998 2 p. 984/65 

Decision: Nautilus Bodyworks, Inc., dba Chase Lounge, Dudley. 1997 4 p. 981/31 

Decision: New England Restaurant Company, Inc., dba Chili's, Burlington. 1998 1 p. 984/66 

Decision: New Garden, Inc., dba New Garden Restaurant, Needham. 1998 1 p. 984/67 

Decision: New O Sole Mio Cafe, Inc., Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/42 

Decision: New Ventures, Inc., Marshfield. 1997 4 p. 981/32 

Decision: Nigro Fuel Co., dba 129 Liquors, Billerica. 1998 1 p. 983/43 

Decision: O C P S, Inc., dba Old Colony Package Store, Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/44 

Decision: Olde Bedford Package Store, Inc., Bedford. 1998 3 p. 982/17 

Decision: Olde Germany Inc., dba Harborside Hofbrau, Manchester by the Sea. 1998 2 p. 
984/68 

Decision: Oliver Twist, Inc., dba Cask-N-Flagon, Boston. 1998 3 p. 984/69 

Decision: Olivol, Inc., dba Fava, Needham. 1998 1 p. 984/70 

Decision: Palomar Corp., dba Harvest Valley Restaurant, Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/45 

Decision: Pal's Cafe, Inc., Westfield. 1998 3 p. 984/71 

Decision: Papa Gino Acquisition Corp., dba Papa Gino's, Saugus. 1998 1 p. 983/46 

Decision: Parker's Package Store, Inc., Barnstable. 1998 3 p. 982/18 

Decision: Pat DeLoux Post 9397, V.F.W. of U.S., Inc., Hampden. 1998 3 p. 982/19 

Decision: PCH, Inc., dba The Hatrack, Quincy. 1998 1 p. 984/72 

Decision: Peppercorn, Inc., Needham. 1998 1 p. 984/73 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Peter the Great Inc., dba II Giardino, Wilbraham. 1998 1 p. 983/47 

Decision: Polish American Veteran's Club, Inc., dba Polish American Club, Chicopee. 1997 
2 p. 981/33 

Decision: Polish Pulaski Club of Easthampton, Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/48 

Decision: Post #2106, Veterans of Foreign Wars Building Corp., Wakefield. 1998 7 p. 

984/74 

Decision: Quandas, Inc., dba Levars, Lyrm. 1997 5 p. 981/34 

Decision: Ralph D. Kelly, Inc. dba Kelly's Groton Lounge, Groton. 1998 2 p. 984/75 

Decision: Reflections, Inc., dba Karl's Landmark, Dennis. 1998 3 p. 984/76 

Decision: Remember Then, Inc., Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/49 

Decision: Rieci's Liquor Mart, Maiden. 1998 3 p. 982/20 

Decision: Richard C. Woodwards's Inc., dba Woodward's Package Goods Store. Burlington. 
1998 1 p. 984/77 

Decision: Ricky Phillips and Scott McCloud. dba The Deuce, Shelbume. 1998 3 p. 984/78 

Decision: Ring Brothers, Inc., Harwich. 1998 1 p. 984/79 

Decision: RJK TJK, Inc., Four Season's Wine and Liquor, Hadley. 1998 13 p. 984/80 

Decision: Robbat's Villa Capri Inc., dba Genoa Restaurtante, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/50 

Decision: Robert G. Baker, dba Lynnfield Centre Golf Course, Lynnfield. 1998 1 p. 984/81 

Decision: Rycap, Inc.. dba JC's Sports Cafe, Dennis. 1998 1 p. 984/82 

Decision: Sagamore Spring Golf Club, Inc., dba Sagamore Spring Golf Club. Lynnfield. 1998 
1 p. 984/83 

Decision: Sam's Lounge, Inc., dba The Bounty Restaurant, Revere. 1997 3 p. 981/35 

Decision: Sand Bar Inc., dba Lighthouse Sand Bar, Dennis. 1998 1 p. 984/84 

Decision: Shamar Ltd., dba Trinity, Boston. 1998 3 p. 984/85 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: S.H.C., Inc., dba Dennis Public Market, Dennis. 1998 1 p. 984/86 

Decision: Sherri Via, dba Kokomo's, Springfield. 1998 4 p. 982/21 

Decision: Shop-N-Save Mass., Inc., dba Alexander's Market, Dracut. 1998 3 p. 984/87 

Decision: Shop-N-Save Mass. Inc., Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/52 

Decision: S.L. W. & P. Hong Kong Restaurant, Inc., dba Hong Kong Restaurant, Cambridge. 
1998 3 p. 984/88 

Decision: Slesar Brothers Management & Development Company, Inc., dba Salem Beer Works, 
Salem. 1997 4 p. 981/36 

Decision: SLJ Group, Inc., dba Lionstone International, Lake Bluff, IL. 1997 6 p. 981/37 

Decision: S.M.F. Inc., dba Michael's One Stop, Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/53 

Decision: Somerville Liquors, Inc., dba Crowley's, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/54 

Decision: Southville Associates, Inc., dba Carpenter's Restaurant, Southborough. 1998 3 p. 
982/22 

Decision: Southwick Package, Inc., Southwick. 1998 1 p. 984/89 

Decision: Starl Liquors Inc., dba Sav-Mor Discount Liquors, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/55 

Decision: Sunshine Liquor Inc., Kingston. 1998 1 p. 983/56 

Decision: Swifts Beach Plaza, Inc., Wareham. 1998 2 p. 981/38 

Decision: Tai Koon Restaurant Inc., dba Lo Kai Restaurant, Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/57 

Decision: Tam-N-Trace, Inc., Fairhaven. 1997 3 p. 981/39 

Decision: Tasty Beverages, Inc., dba New England Brew Pub, Boston. 1998 3 p. 984/90 

Decision: Telly & Sons Cafe, Inc., Brockton. 1998 3 p. 983/58 

Decision: The Bar Association, Inc., dba Sidebar, Springfield. 1998 3 p. 982/23 

Decision: The Groton Country Club and Recreation Authority, Groton. 1998 1 p. 984/91 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: The Legion Club of Eastharapton, Inc., Easthampton. 1998 1 p. 983/59 

Decision: The Liberty Tavern Group, Inc., dba Liberty Tavern, Rockland. 1998 3 p. 984/92 

Decision: The Marconi Club of Stoneham, MA, Inc., Stoneham. 1998 1 p. 983/60 

Decision: The Wine Shop, Incorporated of Hyannis, Hyannis. 1998 4 p. 983/61 

Decision: Theofanis Zambakis, dba Store 33, Maiden. 1998 1 p. 983/62 

Decision: Tiger Athletic Club of Chicopee, MA, Inc., Chicopee. 1997 3 p. 981/40 

Decision: Tiki Kye. Inc., Carver. 1998 4 p. 984/93 

Decision: Tiny's Cafe, Inc., dba Thirsty's, Oxford. 1998 4 p. 984/94 

Decision: Troyas Inc., dba Anthony's at Dennis, Dennis. 1998 1 p. 984/95 

Decision: T.W.'s Pub Inc., Dracut. 1998 1 p. 983/63 

Decision: Uncle Eddie's, Inc., Salisbury. 1997 2 p. 981/41 

Decision: United Liquors, Ltd., West Bridgewater. 1998 3 p. 983/64 

Decision: Valley Entertainment, Inc., Springfield. 1998 2 p. 984/96 

Decision: Venice Cafe, Inc., dba Venice Cafe, Lynn. 1998 3 p. 981/42 

Decision: Verc Enterprises, Inc., Cohasset. 1998 2 p. 984/97 

Decision: Village Restaurant of Essex, Inc. dba The Village Restaurant, Essex. 1998 1 p. 
984/98 

Decision: W & P Hong Kong at Fanueil Hall, Inc., Boston. 1998 2 p. 982/24 

Decision: Watroba's Inc., dba Watroba's. Amherst. 1998 3 p. 982/25 

Decision: Weather\'ane Tavern Inc., dba Weathervane Tavern, Hamilton. 1998 1 p. 984/99 

Decision: Weylu's Inc., Saugus. 1998 1 p. 983/65 

Decision: Whale Inn, Inc., Goshen. 1998 3 p. 981/43 

Decision: White Elephant, Inc., Maiden. 1998 1 p. 983/66 



Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, continued 

Decision: Whitehall Company Limited v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/67 

Decision: Whitehall Company Limited v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc., 25E-1127. 1998 2 p. 
984/100 

Decision: Whitehall Company, LTD., Norwood. 1998 4 p. 984/101 

Decision: Wine & Dine, Inc., Dennis. 1998 1 p. 984/102 

Decision: Winthrop Amvets Post #48, Winthrop. 1998 3 p. 984/103 

Decision: Woodman's Inc., dba Lobster Pool, Essex. 1997 2 p. 981/44 

Decision: Woodman's Inc., dba Lobster Pool, Essex. 1998 1 p. 984/104 

Decision: Woodman's Inc., dba Woodman's Fiinction Hall & Lobster Trap Pub, Essex. 1998 
1 p. 984/105 

Decision: World Beer Direct Inc., Chicopee. 1998 9 p. 981/45 

Decision: Wu Loon Ming, Inc., Billerica. 1998 1 p. 983/68 

Decision: XSCGX, Inc., dba Rasio of India, Maiden. 1998 1 p. 983/69 

Decision: Yee Village Inc., dba Yee Village, Somerville. 1998 1 p. 983/70 

Decision: Y.H. Inc., dba The Wine Cellar, Dedham. 1998 2 p. 983/71 

Scheduling Order: Charles Oilman & Sons et al. v. Bacardi-Martini U.S.A., Inc. 1998 2 p. 25 
Alcoholic E-1 123, 1 124, 1 125, 1 126, 1 127, 1 128. 984/106 

Appellate Tax Board 

100 Cambridge Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1997. 1998 [unpaged] 981/46 
Annual Report for the Year Ending June 30, 1998. 1998 [unpaged] 984/107 



Attorney General's Office 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

AGenda: Consumer Issues. October 1998. 1998 10 p. 984/108 

AGenda: Fraud Issues. July 1998. 1998 12 p. 983/72 

AGenda: Urban Issues, March 1998. 1998 10 p. 982/26 

Answers to Common Legal Questions and Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence. 1998 
16 p. 984/109 

The Attomey General's Guide for Homeowners: A Consumer Reference, n.d. 34 p. 983/73 

The Attorney General's Report on Medical Record Confidentiality. 1998 24 p. 982/27 

Car Smart: A Consumer's Guide to Buying, Leasing and Repairing a Car in Massachusetts. 1 998 
70 p. [In conjunction with the Massachusetts Consumers' Coalition.] 982/28 

Elder Fraud Alert Calendar: A 12-Month Alert to the Most Frequently Used Schemes, Scams 
and Flim-Flams. 1998 [unpaged] 981/47 

Erasing Hate: A Guide to Your Civil Rights in School; Your Right to be Free from 
Discrimination, Harassment and Hate-Motivated Violence. 1998 2 p. 981/48 

FocusonCrimeVictims, Fall 1998. 1998 16p. 984/110 

Guide to Tenant's Rights, n.d. [unpaged] 984/1 1 1 

Law Enforcement Newsletter, Fall 1 998. 1 998 43 p. 984/1 12 

More Than Child's Play: Preventing Truancy and Promoting Success; A Resource to Help 
Schools and Communities Work Together to Reduce Truancy, n.d. 18 p. 984/1 13 

Municipal Law Newsletter, Volume V., No. 2, December 1996. 1996 15 p. 983/74 

Report and Recommendations to the Highway Department Regarding; IN RE: Central 
Artery/Tunnel Project 1-93 Northbound Tunnel, Atlantic Avenue. C-1 lAl; F/A No. 1-93-1 (285). 
1995 38 p. 984/114 

Report on Community Benefits by Health Maintenance Organizations. 1998 [var. pag.] 
981/49 

Report on Legal Control Over Land Use at the MMR: Phase II. 1998 19 p. 983/75 



Attorney General's Office, continued 

Report on the Sale of Tobacco to Minors in Massachusetts. 1 994 15 p. 981/50 

Safe Schools, June 1998. 1998 10 p. 982/29 

Safe Schools, Fall 1998. 1998 12 p. [This will be the last issue produced by this office under 
Attorney General Scott Harshbarger.] 984/1 1 5 

Special Report on the MMR Lease Extension. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/76 

Status Report on the Implementation of the Equal Employment Opportimity Agreement at the 
MBTA. 1998 19 p. 982/30 

Title 5 Facts for Consumers: hnportant Information Regarding Changes in Septic System 
Regulations. 1996 2 p. [Presented in conjunction with the Massachusetts Association of Realtors.] 
982/31 

Your Rights Under the Small Necessities Leave Act. n.d. 2 p. 984/116 

Clean State Initiative 

Report to the Governor and the Legislature on State Agency and Authority Compliance with the 
Environmental Laws 1998. 1998 19 p. 983/77 

Consumer Complaint & Information Section 
200 Portland Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

The Attorney General's Guide to Credit Reporting and You. n.d. 2 p. 982/32 

The Hidden Price of Plastic: Credit Card Costs You Should Know. n.d. 2 p. 982/33 

Criminal Bureau 
LawEnforcementNewsletter, Winter 1998. 1998 39 p. 981/51 

Fair Labor and Business Practices Division 

An Advisory on the Amendments to the Wage Enforcement Laws. 1998 12 p. Advisory 98/2 
984/117 

An Advisory on the Small Necessities Leave Act. 1998 5 p. Advisory 98/1 984/1 1 8 



Attorney General's Office, continued 
Tobacco Litigation Team 
Report Update, January 1998. 1998 8 p. 981/52 



Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates 

3225 Main Street, Barnstable. MA 02630 



Proposed Modifications to the Cape Cod Commission Regulations of General Application, 
Chapter A, DRI Enabling Regulations. 1998 3 p. Ordinance 98-18 983/78 



Berkshire Regional Planning Commission 

lOFennStreet, Pittsfield, MA 01201 

The Berkshire County Economy: Problems and Potentials. 1982 [var. pag.] 982/34 

The Berkshire County Initiative: Laying the Foundation for Future Growth. 1990 55 p. 
[Prepared by: Arthur D. Little, Inc.] 982/35 



Board of Building Regulations and Standards 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1301, Boston, MA 02108 

CODEWORD, September 1992. 1992 12 p. 981/53 
CODEWORD, December 1992. 1992 10 p. 981/54 
CODEWORD, June 1993. 1993 10 p. 981/55 
CODEWORD, December 1993. 1993 10 p. 981/56 
CODEWORD, July 1994. 1994 14 p. 981/57 
CODEWORD, April 1995. 1995 12 p. 981/58 
CODEWORD,January 1998. 1998 12p. 981/59 



Board of Higher Education 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1401, Boston, MA 02108 

Letter to Universities/Colleges Regarding Results of Certification Test. By James F. Carlin 1998 
2 p. 983/79 



Board of Higher Education, continued 

Opening Doors to the Future: A High School Planning Guide for Massachusetts Parents of 
Students in Grades 6-8. 1997 10 p. 982/36 

Statewide Information Technology Planning Project. 1998 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Coopers 
& Lybrand.] 982/37 

Office of Student Financial Assistance 

State Financial Aid Programs Guidelines and Procedures. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/80 

Board of Library Commissioners 

648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215 

. 108th Annual Report FY'97. 1998 50 p. 983/81 

The FY1996 Municipal Pie...What's Your Library's Share? 1998 52 p. 981/60 

Library Services and Technology Act: Massachusetts Long-Range Plan 1998-2002. 1997 
34 p. 981/61 

"Massachusetts Libraries on Display" 1890- 1998. 1998 13 p. 984/119 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Financial Statistics Report FY97 Data. 1998 26 p. 981/62 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Public Library Circulation and Services Report FY'97. 1997 
36 p. 981/63 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Public Library Personnel Report; Education and Staffing 7- 
1-97. 1997 34 p. 981/64 

Massachusetts Public Library Data: Public Library Personnel Report: Salaries 7-1-97. 1997 
33 p. 981/65 

Public Library Data: Rankings Report 1 997 Data. 1998 36 p. 982/38 

Public Library Data: Summary Tables and Graphs 1997 Data. 1998 42 p. 982/39 



Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization 

1 Park Plaza, Suite 2150, Boston, MA 02 1 1 6 

TRANSreport, Fall 1998. 1998 6 p. 984/120 



Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization, continued 

Central Transportation Planning Staff 

Transportation Improvement Program and Air Quality Conformity Determination FY 1 * 
2003. 1997 [var.pag.] 984/121 

Bristol Community College 

777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720-7391 

Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 1, January 1998. 1998 20 p. 981/66 
Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 2, April 1998. 1998 20 p. 982/40 
Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 3, July 1998. 1998 20 p. 983/82 
Lizzie Borden Quarterly, vol. 5, no. 4, October 1998. 1998 20 p. 984/122 

Bureau of Animal Health 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

A Guide to Enjoying Bird and Reptile Pets Safely, n.d. 2 p. 982/41 

How Rabies... n.d. 2 p. 982/42 

I Was Bitten... n.d. 2 p. 982/43 

Sanitary Practices Promoting Healthy Animals, n.d. 2 p. 982/44 



Bureau of Communicable Disease Control 

305 South Street, Boston, MA 02130 



Communicable Disease Update, Volume 5, Issue 1, Winter 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/67 
CommunicableDiseaseUpdate, Volumes, Issue 2, Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/68 
Communicable Disease Update, vol. 5, no. 4, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/69 
CommumcableDiseaseUpdate, vol. 6, no. 1, Winter 1998. 1998 8 p. 981/70 
Communicable Disease Update, vol. 6. no. 3, Summer 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/83 



Bureau of Environmental Health Assessment 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Emissions Checkup Fact Sheet: On the Road to Cleaner Air. n.d. 2 p. 983/84 

Environmental Hazards Resource Booklet. 1997 1 8 p. [Funded in part by the Agency for Toxic 
Substances and Disease Registry.] 981/71 

Fact Sheet on Mercury in Freshwater Fish. 1996 1 p. 981/72 

Final Report: Saltonstall Building Investigation. 1998 10 p. 983/85 

Information Booklet for the Final Report on the Housatonic River Area PCB Exposure 
Assessment and Related Health Issues. 1997 6 p. 981/73 

Marine Beach Testing in Massachusetts. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/74 

Protocol for Community Specific Environmental Health Assessments, Revised 1997. 1997 14 p. 
981/75 

Sodium in Drinking Water: Fact Sheet, n.d. 2 p. 981/76 

Environmental Toxicology Program 

Symptom Prevalence Survey, Gloucester High School. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/77 



Bureau of Fairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Agricultural Fairs, 1998/99. 1998 4 p. 982/45 



Bureau of Family and Community Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Ban the Bum: Commvmity Resource Guide for Sun Protection Education. 1998 [var. pag.] 
[This is a looseleaf publication with accompanying pamphlets.] 984/1 23 

Massachusetts Injury Prevention Yellow Pages: A Guide to Programs & Resources. 1998 
127 p. 984/ 

Diabetes Control Program 

The Diabetes Help-Finder: Resource Directory. 1997 45 p. 981/78 



Bureau of Family and Community Health, Diabetes Control Program , continued 

Diabetes in the Elderly: A Workshop for Senior Service Providers. 1996 [var. pag.] 981/79 
School Health Unit 

NEWSinSchoolHealth. Winter 1997/98. 1997 19 p. 981/80 

NEWS in School Health, Spring 1998. 1998 13 p. 982/46 

NEWS in School Health, Fall 1998. 1998 23 p. 983/86 



Bureau of Farm Products and Plant Industries 

lOOCambridgeStreet, Boston, MA 02202 

Certified Nurseries and Greenhouses and Licensed Agents 1997-98. 1998 19 p. 983/87 



Bureau of Health Statistics, Research and Evaluation 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Adolescent Births: A Statistical Profile, Massachusetts 1996: Supplement to Advance Data 
BIRTHS 1996. 1998 89 p. 983/88 

Advance Data: BIRTHS 1996. 1998 93 p. 982/47 

Advance Data: DEATHS 1997. 1998 81 p. 984/126 

Behavioral Risk Factor Survey 1994 - 1996 City Report; Boston. 1998 8 p. 984/127 

Behavioral Risk Factor Survey 1994 - 1996 City Report; Fall River/New Bedford. 1998 8 p. 
984/128 

Behavioral Risk Factor Survey 1994 - 1996 City Report; Lawrence/Lowell. 1998 8 p. 984/129 

Behavioral Risk Factor Survey 1994 - 1996 City Report; Springfield. 1998 8 p. 984/130 

Behavioral Risk Factor Survey 1994 - 1996 City Report; Worcester. 1998 8 p. 984/131 

Cancer Incidence and Mortality in Massachusetts 1990 - 1995. Bv Susan T. Gershman et al. 
1998 43 p. 984/132 

Cancer Incidence in Massachusetts 1987 - 1994: City and Town Supplement. 1997 91 p. 
981/81 



Bureau of Health Statistics, Research and Evaluation, continued 

Diabetes in Massachusetts: Results from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 1994- 
1996. 1998 12 p. 983/89 



Bureau of Markets 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Cut-Your-Own-Flowers. 1998 2 p. 983/90 

The Green Book, 6th Edition. 1998 99 p. 982/48 

Pick-Your-Own Apples 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/91 

Pick- Your-Own Blueberry/Raspberry Farms. 1998 8 p. 983/92 

Pick-Your-Own Strawberries 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/93 

Pick-Your-Own-Apples. 1997 8 p. 982/49 

Bureau of Resource Protection 

One Winter Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Title 5 News: A DEP Technical Assistance Newsletter, Winter 1998. 1998 10 p. 981/82 

Drinking Water Program 

Guidelines and Policies for Pubhc Water Systems, Volume 1. 1996 [var. pag.] [Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
982/50 



Bureau of State Office Buildings 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Air Sampling at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 10 p. BSOB-15 [Prepared by: Gordon Air 
Quality Consultants, Inc.] 981/83 

Asbestos at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 4 p. BSOB-10-Rl [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality 
Consultants. Inc.] 981/84 

Asbestos at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 3 p. BSOB-14 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality 
Consultants, hic] 981/85 



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Bureau of State Office Buildings, continued 

Asbestos at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 3 p. BSOB-16 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality 
Consultants, Inc.] 981/86 

Asbestos at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 7 p. BSOB-17 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality 
Consultants, hic] 981/87 

Asbestos at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 4 p. BSOB-20 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality 
Consultants Jnc] 981/88 

Asbestos in the Saltonstall Building. 1997 2 p. Project No. BSOB- 13 [Prepared by: Gordon 
Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 982/5 1 

Collection of Particulate Samples from a Variety of Surfaces at the Saltonstall Building. 1 997 
6 p. BSOB-09 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 981/89 

Emergency Evacuation Plan. n.d. [unpaged] 981/90 

Policy Manual, Revised July 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/94 

Reportof Activities and Accomplishments July 1 through December 31, 1997. 1997 28 p. 
981/91 

Summaryof Air Quality Work Performed at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 4 p. BSOB-01 - 
BSOB-17 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 981/92 

Surface Fungal Contamination at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 6 p. BSOB-12 [Prepared by: 
Gordon Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 98 1 /93 

Surface Lead at the Saltonstall Building. 1997 9 p. BSOB- 11 [Prepared by: Gordon Air 
Quality Consultants, Inc.] 98 1 /94 

Testing for Airborne & Surface Asbestos Fibers in Occupied Spaces at the Saltonstall Building. 
1997 26 p. BSOB-03 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 981/95 

Testing for Airborne & Surface Asbestos Fibers in Occupied Spaces at the Saltonstall Building. 
1997 4 p. BSOB-04-R1 [Prepared by: Gordon Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 981/96 

Testing for Airborne & Surface Asbestos Fibers in Occupied Spaces at the Saltonstall Building. 
1997 6 p. BSOB-08 [Prepared by; Gordon Air Quality Consultants, Inc.] 981/97 



Bureau of Substance Abuse Services 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

CHNA (Community Health Network Areas) Report FY'94: Socio-Demographic Characteristics 
of Admissions to Publicly-Funded Substance Abuse Treatment Programs. By Janet Wirth-Cauchon 
etal. 1995 31 p. [Prepared by: Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 983/95 

CHNA (Community Health Network Areas) Report FY'95: Socio-Demographic Characteristics 
of Admissions to Publicly-Funded Substance Abuse Treatment Programs. By David P. Cavanagh 
andLeePanas 1996 25 p. [Prepared by: Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 983/96 

CHNA (Community Health Network Areas) Report FY'96: Socio-Demographic Characteristics 
of Admissions to Publicly-Funded Substance Abuse Treatment Programs. By Tracy A. Ginchereau 
andLeePanas 1997 25 p. [Prepared by: Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 983/97 

CHNA (Community Health Network Areas) Report FY'97: Socio-Demographic Characteristics 
of Admissions to Publicly-Funded Substance Abuse Treatment Programs. 1998 25 p. [Prepared 
by: Health and Addictions Research, Inc.] 983/98 

Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment: Directory 1998. 1998 160 p. 983/99 

Women in Residential Drug Treatment Focus Groups in Massachusetts. By Thomas Clark et al. 
1995 12 p. 982/52 

Inhalant Abuse Task Force 

A Breath Away: A Campaign to Prevent Inhalant Abuse, n.d. 6 p. [For more information, visit 
the World Wide Web at: http://www.state.ma.us/dph/inhaskel.htm.] 982/53 

ABreath Away News, Winter 1998. 1998 4 p. [For more information, visit the World Wide 
Web at: http://state.ma.us/dph/inhaskel.htm.] 982/54 

Bulletin: Inhalant Abuse Alert, n.d. 7 p. [For more information, visit the World Wide Web at: 
http://state.ma.us/dph/inhaskel.htm.] 982/55 

Criminal Justice Practitioners: What You Can Do About Inhalant Use. n.d. 3 p. [For more 
information, visit the World Wide Web at: http://state.ma.us/dph/inhaskel.htm.] 982/56 

PARENTS: What You Can Do About hihalant Abuse. 1998 16 p. [For more information, visit 
the World Wide Web at: http://state.ma.us/dph/inhaskel.htm.] 982/57 

Underage Drinking Prevention Caihpaign 

Talking to Your Kids About Alcohol, n.d. 2 p. [Printed in both English and Spanish.] 982/58 



Bureau of Transportation Planning & Development 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

State Transportation Improvement Plan FFY1998 - 2003. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/59 



Bureau of Waste Prevention 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Systems Integration and Data Analysis Unit 
Solid Waste Facility Municipal Atlas. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/98 

Cable Television Division 

133 Portland Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 021 14 

Order Soliciting Comments, Revised Form 500. 1998 11 p. 983/1 00 

Proposed Customer Service Standards. 1998 4 p. Docket No. R-26 983/101 

Proposed Consumer Service Standards: Request for Extension of Time. 1998 2 p. Docket No. 
R-26 983/102 



Cape Cod Commission 

3225 Main Street, P.O. Box 226, Barnstable, MA 02630 

Administrative Regulations Adopted 10/10/91; Revised on 3/6/97; 4/14/97 & 5/12/97. 1997 
[var. pag.] 983/103 

CapeTrends: Demographic and Economic Characteristics and Trends Barnstable County - Cape 
Cod (5th Edition). 1998 131 p. 983/104 

Code of Cape Cod Commission Regulations of General Application. 1 998 [var. pag.] 
983/105 

Development of Regional Impact Guidelines for Exterior Lighting Design Standards and 
Submittal Requirements. 1995 6 p. Technical Bulletin 95-001 983/106 

Development of Regional Impact Guidelines for Natural Resources Inventory (Plant and Wildlife 
Habitat Assessment), Revised 2/20/97. 1997 3 p. Technical Bulletin 92-002 983/107 

A Guide to the Development of Regional Impact Review Process. 1998 2 p. 983/108 



Cape Cod Commission, continued 

Guidelines for Calculation and Provision of Open Space in Development of Regional Impact. 
1994 8 p. Technical Bulletin 94-001 983/109 

Guidelines for Referral of Historic Structures to the Cape Cod Commission. 1992 6 p. 
983/110 

Guidelines for Traffic Impact Assessment, Approved November 14, 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 
Technical Bulletin 96-03 [There are six (6) parts to this document] 983/111 

Regional Policy Plan. 1996 118 p. 983/112 

Regional Policy Plan: Cape Cod Significant Resource Areas (Map). 1996 2 p. 983/1 13 

Regional Policy Plan: Cape Cod Water Resources Classification Map I. 1996 2 p. 983/114 

Regional Policy Plan: Cape Cod Water Resources Classification Map II. 1996 2 p. 983/115 

Regional Policy Plan: Functional Classification of Cape Cod Highways (Map). 1996 2 p. 
983/116 

Water Resources Office 

Monomoy Lens: Focus on Brew^ster Groundwater Protection. 1998 2 p. 982/60 

Monomoy Lens: Focus on Harwich Groundwater Protection. 1998 2 p. 982/61 

Nitrogen Loading. 1992 26 p. Technical Bulletin 91-001 (final). 983/117 



Cape Cod Planning and Economic Development Commission 

1st District Courthouse, Barnstable, MA 02630 

TheEconomy of CapeCod: An Overview and Considerations. By C.E. Geary 1982 27 p. 

984/133 

Port Development Handbook. 1979 [var. pag.] 982/62 



CEDAC (Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation) 

18 Tremont Street, Suite 1020, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1997. 1997 24 p. 981/99 



Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission 

Twenty Washington Square, Suite 300, Worcester, MA 01604-4013 

Annual Report FY97. n.d. [unpaged] 981/100 

Regionally Noted: Newsletter of the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission. 
1998 2 p. 982/63 

Regionally Noted: Newsletter of the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission, 
October 1998. 1998 2 p. 984/ 



Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) 

470 Atlantic Avenue, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 022 1 0-2224 

Saltonstall Building: Dust Sample Analysis. 1997 6 p. 981/101 

Interim Control of Lead Paint Hazards; A Step-by-Step Guide for Property Owners, n.d. 21 p. 
[Information also available on the World Wide Web at http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/dph.] 
982/64 



Children's Trust Fund 

294 Washington Street, Suite 640, Boston, MA 02108 

Designing and Implementing a School Reporting Protocol: A How-To Manual for Massachusetts 
Educators. By Cynthia Crosson-Tower n.d. [var. pag.] 984/135 

General Information, n.d. 2 p. 981/102 



Citizen Information Service 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1611, Boston, MA 02108 

Bay State Basics: A Student Guide to Living in Massachusetts, Updated 9/23/98. 1998 33 p. 
984/136 

Call for Help!: An Overview and Brief Description of the Divisions of the Secretary of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Updated 8/97. 1997 25 p. 981/103 

FACTS: A Review of the History, Government and Symbols of the Commonwealth. Updated 
11/97. 1997 29 p. [This information is available on the World Wide Web at: 
http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/sec/cis.] 981/104 



Citizen Information Service, continued 

The History of the Arms and Great Seal of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Updated 3/97. 
1997 7 p. 981/105 

Holidays. 1998 1 p. 981/106 

How to Obtain a Marriage License in Massachusetts, Updated 4/97. 1997 2 p. 981/107 

How to Obtain a Marriage License in Massachusetts, Updated 1/98. 1 998 2 p. 984/1 37 

Maps ofEach Floor ofthe State House, n.d. 7 p. 981/108 

Massachusetts'AreaCodeRegions, Updated 10/97. 1997 1 p. [This is a map.] 981/109 

Massachusetts Cities and Towns, Updated 6/97. 1997 1 p. [This is a map.] 981/110 

Massachusetts Congressional Districts, Updated 10/97. 1997 10 p. [There is one page for each 
district including the Congressman's Washington and local office information, a map, and a list of 
cities and towns in the district.] 981/1 1 1 

Massachusetts Congressional Districts, Updated 10/97. 1997 1 p. [This is a map.] 981/112 

Massachusetts Counties, Updated 6/97. 1997 1 p. [This is a map.] 981/113 

Motor Vehicle Excise Information, Updated 5/96. 1996 8 p. 981/114 

Property Tax Exemptions for Older Citizens, Surviving Spouses and Minors: Clause 17, Clause 
17C, Clause 17C 'A and Clause 17D. 1995 3 p. 981/115 

Property Tax Exemptions and Deferral for Older Citizens: Tax Exemptions .Clause 41, .Clause 
4 IB and .Clause 41C. Tax Deferral: .Clause 41 A. 1997 6 p. [This document was updated in 
March of 1997.] 982/65 

Safe & Sanitary Housing for Massachusetts Residents: Highlights of Chapter II ofthe State 
Sanitary Code, Updated 10/97. 1997 12 p. [In English and Spanish.] 981/1 16 

Veterans' Laws and Benefits, Updated as of 9/97. 1997 30 p. 981/117 

Welcome to Massachusetts!: Practical Information about Living in the State. Updated 1/97. 

1997 4 p. 981/118 

Welcome to Massachusetts!: Practical Information about Living in the State. Updated 6/1/98. 

1998 4 p. 983/118 



Citizen Information Service, continued 

Why Should I Refinance and When Does It Pay to Do So? 1998 4 p. 984/138 

Yield! Information about Automobile Insurance Discounts, Updated 7/23/97. 1997 2 p. 
981/119 

Yield! Information about Automobile Insurance Discounts, Updated 2/25/98. 1998 2 p. 
982/66 

Your State Legislators. Updated 1 1/4/97. 1997 50 p. 981/120 

Your State Legislators, Updated 5/98. 1998 50 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 983/119 

Coastal Zone Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2006. Boston, MA 02202 

20th Anniversary Speaker Series. 1998 2 p. 983/120 

Coast Lines, Winter 1998. 1998 4 p. 981/121 

Designated Port Area Bulletin, October 1997. 1997 2 p. 982/67 

DesignatedPortAreaBulletin, January 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/68 

Designated Port Area Bulletin. April 1998. 1998 3 p. 982/69 



Commission Against Discrimination 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Guidelines: Employment Discrimination on the Basis of Handicap - Chapter 15 IB. 1998 46 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston. MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834).] 982/70 



Proposed Regulations and the Role of the MCAD. 1 998 5 p. 982/71 



Commission for the Blind 

One Ashburton Place, Boston. MA 02108 

FocalPoint, Volume 15, Issue 1, Spring 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/121 



Commission for the Blind, continued 
FocalPoint,Volumel5, Issue 2, Summer 1998. 1998 4 p. 984/139 



Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 

2 1 South Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 02 1 1 1 -2725 

Meeting the Needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Employees: A Resource Packet for Employers, 
n.d. [var. pag.] 981/122 



Committee on Criminal Justice 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Program 

Annual Report. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/123 

Statistical Analysis Center 

Convenience Store Robbery: A Report of the Incidents, Offenders and Victims of Convenience 
Store Robbery, Final Report. By Anthony J. Petrosino and Diana A. Brensilber 1997 34 p. 
981/124 



Commonwealth Zoological Corporation 

One FrankUn Park Road, Boston, MA 02121 

1997-98 Progress Report, n.d. [unpaged] [This agency is also called Zoo New England.] 

983/122 

Butterfly Landing, n.d. 2 p. [This agency is also called Zoo New England.] 983/123 

Financial Statements and Supplementary Information for the Year Ended June 30, 1995. 1995 
15 p. [This agency is also called Zoo New England.] 983/124 

Financial Statements and Supplementary Information for the Year Ended June 30, 1996. 1996 
13 p. [This agency is also called Zoo New England.] 983/125 

Financial Statements and Supplementary Information for the Year Ended June 30, 1997. 1997 
17 p. [This agency is also called Zoo New England.] 983/126 

Zoo New England: Field Guide to Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo. n.d. 2 p. [This agency is 
also called Zoo New England.] 983/1 27 



Community Development Finance Corporation 

10 P.O. Square, Suite 1090, Boston, MA 02109 

Urban Initiative Fund 

Celebrating Six Years of the Urban Initiative Fund: A Tribute to the Massachusetts Black 
Legislative Caucus and the Commonwealth. 1998 2 p. [Event held at the State House in the Great 
Hall on May 27, 1998.] 982/72 



Convention Center Authority 

900 Boylston Street, Boston. MA 02 11 5 

Financial Statements for the Years Ended June 30, 1997 and 1996. 1997 29 p. [Prepared by: Di 
Pesa & Company] 981/125 



Cooperative Extension Service 

Amherst, MA 01003 

Local Government Series 
Managing Short Term Debt in the Towns of Massachusetts. 1 980 87 p. 982/73 

Corporation for Business, Work and Learning 

The Schrafft Center, 529 Main Street, Boston, MA 02129 

Innovative Bridges, Spring 1997. 1997 12 p. 981/126 
Innovative Bridges, vol. 2, no. 1, Summer 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/127 
Innovative Bridges, vol. 2, no. 2, Fall 1997. 1997 4 p. 981/128 
Innovative Bridges, vol. 2, no. 3, Winter 1998. 1998 8 p. 981/129 

Massachusetts and Its Economic Might: The Power and Potential of Change. 1998 61 p. 

982/74 



Corporations Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing/October 1 - December 31, 1997. 1998 329 p. 
981/130 



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Corporations Division, continued 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing/January 1 -March 31, 1998. 1998. 483 p. 
983/75 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing/ April 1 - June 30, 1998. 1998 380 p. [Copies are 
available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
983/128 

New Corporations Listing: Quarterly Listing/July 1 - September 30, 1998. 1998 322 p. [Copies 
are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 
984/140 



Criminal Justice Training Council 

41 1 Waverley Oaks Road, Suite 325, Waltham, MA 02452 

Annual Report FY'98. 1998 20 p. 984/141 

Education Development Center. Inc. (EDO 

National Bias Crimes Training for Law Enforcement and Victim Assistance Professionals: A 
Guide for Training Instructors. By Karen A. McLaughlin et al. 1994 324 p. 981/131 

Cultural Council 

120 Boylston Street, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 021 16 

Artist Grants Progam 1999. 1998 13 p. 984/142 

Cultural Education Exchange, vol. 4, no. 1, Fall 1998. 1998 4 p. 984/143 

Cultural Resources Directory, Supplement. 1998 8 p. 984/144 

Economic Impact of the Not-for-Profit Cultural Industry in Massachusetts. By Gregory H. 
Wassail and Douglas DeNatale n.d. 17 p. 982/76 

Economic Impact of the Not-for-Profit Cultural Industry in Massachusetts, Grouped by Tourism 
Region (Supplement), n.d. 7 p. [Study sponsored by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.] 
982/77 

Education Partnership Initiative 1999. 1998 54 p. 984/145 

Event & Residency 1999. 1998 38 p. 984/146 



Cultural Council, continued 
MCConnections, vol. 3, no. 2, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/132 
Organizational Support Program 1999. 1998 50 p. 981/133 

Education Department 
Exchange, vol. 3, no. 2, Spring/Summer 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/129 



Department of Community Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Marketing Industrial Space. By Penelope G. Kim 1978 1 14 p. Prepared by: The Environmental 
Institute, UMASS Amherst. 982/78 

Regional Economic Analysis for Community Development Planning. By Craig L. Moore 1978 
1 12 p. [Prepared by: The Environmental Institute, UMASS Amherst.] 982/79 



Department of Correction 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Employment Opportunities with the Massachusetts Department of Correction, n.d. 2 p. 
981/134 

Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding, Third Quarter of 1997. 1997 7 p. 
981/135 

Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding, Fourth Quarter of 1997. 1998 7 p. 
981/136 

Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. First Quarter of 1998. 1998 7 p. 
983/130 

Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding. Second Quarter of 1998. By Hollie A. 
Matthews 1998 10 p. 984/147 

Quarterly Report on the Status of Prison Overcrowding, Third Quarter of 1998. By Hollie 
Matthews and Jennifer Dolan 1998 10 p. 984/148 



Department of Correction, continued 

Research & Planning Division 

MCI-Concord/SFU Building, P.O. Box 9125, Concord, MA 01742 

1996 Court Commitments to the Massachusetts Department of Correction. By Robert J. 
Tenaglia, Jr. and Barbara A. Hartwell 1998 28 p. Publication 400 982/80 

The Background Characteristics and Recidivism Rates of Releases from Massachusetts 
Correctional Institutions During 1994. By Jennifer A. Dolan and Hollie A. Matthews 1998 33 p 
Publication #399 982/81 

Corrections in Text of Table 5 of the Quarterly Report on Status of Prison Overcrowding, Second 
Quarterofl997. 1998 3p. 983/131 

Victim Service Unit 

Information Brochure, n.d. 2 p. 982/82 



Department of Education 

350 Main Street, Maiden, MA 02148-5023 

1997-1998 School Directory. 1998 78 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 
1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 983/132 

21 Education Fact Sheets. 1998 [unpaged] 983/133 

Business and Education: Partners for Excellence. 1984 29 p. [Proceedings of 5 regional 
conferences.] 982/83 

Chapter 71 of the Acts of 1993 (Education Reform Act): Section by Section Summary, n.d. 
21 p. 983/134 

Chapter 766: Approved In-State Schools and Programs that Serve Publicly Funded Special 
Education Students. 1998 25 p. 984/149 

Community Partnerships for Children and Massachusetts Family Network RFP (Request for 
Proposals). 1998 69 p. 983/135 

Content Institutes: 1998 Summer Programs. 1998 23 p. 983/136 

Education Report. 1998 24 p. 981/137 

Educational Technology in Massachusetts Schools, 1997. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/137 



Department of Education, continued 

Exploring the Options for Young Children with Autism. 1998 53 p. 984/150 

Fact Sheet: National Board Certification Candidate Subsidy Program, n.d. 2 p. 984/151 

The FIRST Grant: Findings from 30 Middle Schools on Comprehensive Health Education. 1996 
113 p. 983/138 

FY'98 Consolidated Request for Proposal 1 : Entitlement, Allocation, Continuation and Other 
Non-Competitive Grants; State and Federal Grant Funds Available to School Districts (Subject to 
Appropriation). 1997 81 p. 983/139 

FY'98 Consolidated Request for Proposal 2: Entitlement, Allocation, Continuation and Other 
Non-Competitive Grants: State and Federal Grant Funds Available to School Districts (Subject to 
Appropriation). 1997 115 p. 983/140 

FY'99 Consolidated Request for Proposal 1 : Entitlement, Allocation, Continuation and Other 
Non-Competitive Grants; State and Federal Grant Funds Available to School Districts (Subject to 
Appropriation). 1998 [var.pag.] 983/141 

FY'99 Consolidated Request for Proposal 2: Entitlement, Allocation, Continuation and Other 
Non-Competitive Grants; State and Federal Grant Funds Available to School Districts (Subject to 
Appropriation). 1998 123 p. 983/142 

FY'99 Consolidated Request for Proposals 3: Competitive Grants; State and Federal Grant Funds 
Available to School Districts (Subject to Appropriation). 1998 64 p. 984/1 52 

Grants for Schools: Getting Them and Using Them; A Procedural Manual. 1998 [var.pag.] 
983/143 

A Guide to Community Partnerships for Children: A Resource for Program Development and 
Ongoing Implementation of Early Care and Education Programs. 1997 58 p. 983/144 

A Guide to Community Partnerships for Children: A Resource for Program Development and 
Ongoing Implementation of Early Care and Education Programs. 1998 69 p. 983/145 

Innovation & Massachusetts Charter Schools. 1998 32 p. [Prepared by: Rosenblum Brigham 
Associates.] 984/155 

Massachusetts Common Core of Learning. 1994 13 p. 983/146 

Massachusetts Education Reform Act of 1 993 : Resource Materials. 1993 [var. paa.] 

982/84 



Department of Education, continued 

Massachusetts Teacher Tests: 1998-1999 Registration Bulletin. 1998 32 p. 983/147 

Massachusetts Teacher Tests: Communication and Literacy Skills Test; Sample Test Items and 
Responses. 1998 27 p. 983/148 

Massachusetts Teacher Tests: Qualifying Score Alternatives and Examinee Passing Rates For 
All Examinees and By Gender and Ethnicity. 1998 10 p. 983/150 

Massachusetts Teacher Tests: Qualifying Score Alternatives and Examinee Passing Rates. 1998 
6 p. 983/149 

Memorandum: Request for Responses Regarding Massachusetts Teacher Certification Tests of 
Communication/Literacy Skills and Subject Matter Knowledge. 1997 22 p. 983/151 

Official Notice January 1998: Massachusetts Teacher Tests 1998-99 Registration Information. 
1998 Ip. 983/152 

Per Pupil Expenditures FY'96. 1998 59 p. 984/154 

Professional Development Calendar 1998/99. 1998 23 p. 984/155 

Pupil Transportation: A Guide for Massachusetts School Administrators. 1996 37 p. 983/153 

Q&A: The New Massachusetts Test for Students. 1998 2 p. [This brochxire is accompanied by 
a video in the State Library's collection.] 981/138 

Question and Answer Guide on the New Special Education Individualized Educational Plan (lEP) 
and Related Chapter 766 Regulations. 1996 28 p. 983/154 

Questions and Answers on Recertification. 1995 1 8 p. 983/1 55 

Recertification Guide for Massachusetts Educators. 1997 28 p. 983/156 

Regulations on Evaluation of Teachers and Administrators (603 CMR 35.00) and Principles of 
Effective Teaching and Effective Administrative Leadership. 1995 18 p. 983/157 

The Report of the Fact Finding Team on the Lawrence Public Schools. 1998 [var. pag.] 
981/139 

Request for Proposals: Community Partnerships for Children and The Massachusetts Family 
Network. 1998 36 p. 983/158 

School District Profiles, Volume 1: 1997 - 1998 School Year. 1998 [unpaged] 983/159 



Department of Education, continued 

School District Profiles, Volume 2: Foundation Budget, Spending Comparisons FY'97. 1998 
[unpaged] 983/160 

State Plan for Professional Development 1998-1999. 1998 12 p. 983/161 

State Role in Strengthening Educator Quality (Board of Education Meeting). 1998 45 p. 
983/162 

Student Exclusions in Massachusetts Public Schools: 1996/97.1998 [var. pag.] 981/140 

Student Learning Time: Regulations Guide. 1995 16 p. 983/163 

Test Yourself: Sample the Test Everyone's Talking About. 1998 4 p. 984/156 

Time and Learning: Results of Self-Reported Survey for Principals 1997/98 School Year. 1998 
23 p. 984/157 

Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results 1997. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/164 

Bilingual Education Commission 

Striving for Success: The Education of Bilingual Pupils. 1994 92 p. 984/158 

Boston Office 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1403, Boston, MA 02108 

Academy of the Pacific Rim Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 69 p. 984/159 

The Alcott Charter School, Serving the Communities of Arlington. Boston. Cambridge. Waltham, 
Watertown and Wobum. 1998 10 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/160 

Andover Regional Charter School. 1998 9 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/161 

Application for a Horace Mann School Charter 1998/99. 1998 45 p. 983/165 

Application for PubUc School Charter 1998-99. 1998 39 p. [Information is available on the 
World Wide Web at: www.doe.mass.edu.] 983/166 

Application for Renewal ofa Public School Charter 1998-99. 1998 39 p. [Information is 
available on the World Wide Web at: www.doe.mass.edu.] 983/167 

Atlantis Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/162 



Department of Education, Boston Office , continued 

Benjamin Banneker Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/163 

Benjamin Franklin Classical Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 
984/163A 

Boston Classical Charter School. 1998 10 p. [This prospectus is one of the 10 finalists.] 
984/164 

Boston Media and Technology Charter High (MATCH). 1998 8 p. [This prospectus is one of the 
10 finalists.] 984/165 

Boston Renaissance Charter School Annual Report 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/166 

The Boston School for Math, Science and Technology. 1998 1 1 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/167 

Boston University Residential Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 
984/168 

Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/169 

Chelmsford Public Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/170 

Circle Charter School, Boston. 1998 9 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/171 

City on a Hill Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/172 

The Commonwealth International Charter School, Quincy. 1998 9 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/173 

Community Day Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/174 

Community Vision Charter School of Western, MA. 1998 9 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/175 

Core Knowledge International Charter School, Quincy Region. 1998 12 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 984/176 

Corporation Charter School, Boston/Cambridge. 1998 9 p. [This is a prospecms.] 984/177 

Countryside Academy Charter School West Newton. 1 998 1 5 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/178 

Dorchester Village School Charter School. 1998 9 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/179 



Department of Education, Boston Office, continued 

The Faraway School: A Charter on Nantucket Island. 1998 7 p. [This prospectus is one of the 
10 finalists.] 984/180 

Final Application Charter School: Boston Classical Charter School. 1998 50 p. 984/181 

Final Application Charter School: Boston Media and Technology Charter High School 
(MATCH). 1998 50 p. 984/182 

Final Application Charter School: Edward R. Brooke Charter School, Boston. 1998 45 p. 
984/183 

Final Application Charter School: Frederick Douglass Charter School Boston/Dorchester. 1998 
56 p. 984/184 

Final Application Charter School: Lowell Community Charter School. 1998 59 p. 984/185 

Final Application Charter School: River Valley Charter School Greater Newburyport Region. 
1998 65 p. 984/186 

Final Application Charter School: Springfield Horace Mann High School of Essential Studies. 
1998 43 p. 984/187 

Final Application Charter School: The Faraway School; A Charter School on Nantucket Island. 
1998 50 p. 984/188 

Final Applicafion Charter School: The Lowell Charter School. 1998 51 p. 984/189 

Final Application Charter School: The Robert M. Hughes Charter School, Springfield. 1998 
74 p. 984/190 

Final Charter School Application: Andover Classical Charter School, Andover. 1998 [var. 
pag.] 981/141 

Final Charter School Application: Barnstable Grade Five Horace Mann Charter School, Hvannis. 
1998 [var. pag.] 981/142 

Final Charter School Application: Boston Evening Academv, Boston. 1998 [var. pas.] 
981/143 

Final Charter School Application: Cambridge Charter School, Cambridge. 1998 [var. pas.] 
981/144 

Final Charter School Application: Fenway Middle College Hish School. Boston. 1998 [var. 
pag.] 981/145 



Department of Education, Boston Office , continued 

Final Charter School Application: George H. Richmond Microsociety Charter School, Fitchburg 
or Leominster. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/146 

Final Charter School Application: Good Speed Charter School, Attleboro. 1998 [var. pag.] 
981/147 

Final Charter School Application: Greenriver Regional Charter School, Great Harrington. 1998 
[var. pag.] 981/148 

Final Charter School Application: Holt School for Innovative Teaching and Learning. Whitman. 
1998 [var. pag.] 981/149 

Final Charter School Application: Horace Mann Charter School Application by the Health 
Careers Academy Pilot School, Boston. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/150 

Final Charter School Application: Horace Mann Partnership School at High Rock, Needham. 
1998 [var. pag.] 981/151 

Final Charter School Application: Lawrence Public Charter High School, Lawrence. 1998 49 p. 
981/152 

Final Charter School Application: Matrix Charter School, Metro West. 1998 [var. pag.] 
981/153 

Final Charter School Application: Montachusett Regional Alternative High School, 
Winchendon. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/154 

Final Charter School Application: Mystic Valley Advantage Regional Charter School, 
Malden/Melrose. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/155 

Final Charter School Application: North Bridge Classical Charter School, Acton/Boxborough- 
Concord/Carlisle-Maynard-Stow Region. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/156 

Final Charter School Application: Paige Nguzo Saba (Seven Principles) Charter School, 
Roxbury. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/157 

Final Charter School Application: Reading Advantaged Charter Middle School, Reading. 1998 
49 p. 981/158 

Final Charter School Application: River Valley Montessori Charter School, Greater 
Newburyport Region. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/159 

Final Charter School Application: Rosewood Regional Montessori Charter School. Foxborough. 
1998 52 p. 981/160 



Department of Education, Boston Office , continued 

Final Charter School Application: Roxbury College Preparatory Charter School, Roxbury. 1998 
[var. pag.] 981/161 

Final Charter School Application: Sabis International Charter School, Foxboro. 1998 [var. pag.] 
981/162 

Final Charter School Application: South Boston Harbor Academy Charter School, South Boston. 
1998 [var. pag.] 981/163 

Final Charter School Application: Sturgis Charter School, Hyannis. 1998 50 p. 981/164 

Final Charter School Application: The Champion Charter School of Brockton, Brockton. 1998 
[var. pag.] 981/165 

Final Charter School Application: The Charter High School For Media, Allston-Brighton. 1998 
[var. pag.] 981/166 

Final Charter School Application: The Conservatory Lab School For Learning Through Music, 
Boston. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/167 

Final Charter School Application: The International Charter School of New England, Wellesley. 
1998 [var. pag.] 981/168 

Final Charter School Application: The Marathon Public Charter School. Boston. 1997 [var. 
pag.] 981/169 

Final Charter School Application: The Massapoag Collaborative Charter School, Sharon. 1998 
[var. pag.] 981/170 

Final Charter School Application: The New Leadership Charter School and the Urban Education 
Leadership Institute, Springfield. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/171 

Final Charter School Application: The Proposal for Riverside Academy, Lawrence. 1998 [var. 
pag.] 981/172 

Final Charter School Application: The Rising Tide Charter School, Plvmouth. 1998 [var. pag.] 
981/173 

Final Charter School Application: The Robert M. Hughes Charter School, Springfield. 1998 
50 p. 981/174 

Final Charter School Application: The Worcester Charter School for Academics Through the 
Arts, Worcester. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/175 



Department of Education, Boston Office , continued 

Final Charter School Application: Worcester Advantage Regional Charter School, Worcester. 
1998 [var.pag.] 981/176 

Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/191 

Frederick Douglass Charter School of Boston. 1998 10 p. [This prospectus is one of the 10 
finahsts.] 984/192 

The Global Arts & Technology Center: A Horace Mann Charter School Located in Fitchburg, 
MA. 1998 lip. [This is a prospectus.] 984/193 

Hilltown Cooperative Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var.pag.] 984/194 

Ida B. Wells High School Charter School, Boston. 1998 11 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/195 

The International Charter School of New England, Boston. 1998 14 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/196 

John F. Kennedy Charter School for Public Policy, Boston. 1998 10 p. [This prospectus is one 
ofthe 10 finalists.] 984/197 

Lawrence Family Development Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. By Grisel Caraballo et 
al. 1998 [var.pag.] 984/198 

Lawrence Public Charter High School. 1998 13 p. [This is a prospectus] 984/199 

Lowell Charter School. 1998 11 p. [This prospectus is one ofthe 10 finahsts.] 984/200 

Lowell Community Charter School. 1998 16 p. [This prospectus is one of the 10 finalists.] 
984/201 

Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 25 p. 984/202 

Lynn Community Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/203 

Marblehead Community Charter Pubhc School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 

984/204 

Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 80 p. 984/205 

Merrimac Valley Regional Alternative High School: Charter School. 1998 9 p. [This is a 
prospecms.] 984/206 



Department of Education, Boston Office , continued 

Montachusett Regional Alternative High School: Charter School. 1998 9 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 984/207 

Neighborhood House Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/208 

The New Arts and Technology Center Charter School, Erving. 1998 10 p. [This is a 
prospectus.] 984/209 

New Boston Public Charter School. 1998 10 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/210 

New Directions Horace Mann Charter School, Barnstable. 1998 12 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/211 

North Star Academy Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/212 

Orion Charter School, Boston. 1998 6 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/213 

Renaissance Charter School, East Freetown. MA. 1998 8 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/214 

River Valley Charter School, Greater Newburyport Region. 1998 7 p. [This prospectus is one of 
the 10 finalists.] 984/215 

The Robert M. Hughes Charter School, Springfield. 1998 9 p. [This prospectus is one of the 10 

finalists.] 984/216 

Rousseau Academy Horace Mann Charter School, Maiden. 1998 lip. [This is a prospectus.] 

984/217 

Roxbury Academy Charter High School. 1998 lip. [This is a prospectus.] 984/218 

Seekonk Charter High School. 1998 12 p. [This is a prospectus.] 984/219 

SABIS International Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 31 p. 984/220 

Seven Hills Charter School Annual Report 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/221 

Somer\'illeCharterSchool Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 31 p. 984/222 

South Shore Charter School Annual Report 1997/98. 1998 56 p. 984/223 

Springfield Horace Mann Charter High School of Essential Studies. 1998 lip. [This 
prospectus is one of the 10 fmalists.] 984/224 



Department of Education, Boston Office , continued 

University Preparatory Academy Charter School, Dartmouth. 1998 12 p. [This is a prospectus.] 
984/225 

Community Education Office 

Summary of School Improvement Council Legislation, n.d. 2 p. 982/85 

Earlv Learning Services 

A Report to the Legislature: A Study of Accreditation in the Community Partnerships for 
Children Program. 1998 19 p. 983/168 

An Evaluation of the Massachusetts Community Partnerships for Children Program. By Donald 
Wertlieb et al. 1996 [var. pag.] 983/169 

Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System 

Release ofMay 1998 Test Items. 1998 265 p. 984/226 

Report of the 1998 Statewide Results. 1998 21 p. 984/227 

Summary of District Performance. 1998 [unpaged] 984/228 

Office of Community Education 

Irmovation with Impact: Industry-Education Partnerships in Massachusetts. By Susan Freedman 
and Barbara Aschheim 1988 74 p. 982/86 

Office of the Interim Commissioner 

Institutional Summary Results for the July 11, 1998 Administration of the Massachusetts Teacher 
Tests. 1998 30 p. 983/170 

Quality Enhancement Project 

Collaboration: A Key to Success for Community Partnerships for Children. 1997 12 p. QEP 
Technical Assistance Tips No. 2 983/171 

Continuous Improvement: A Key to Success for Community Partnerships for Children. 1997 
1 5 p. QEP Technical Assistance Tips No. 1 983/1 72 

Engaging Families: A Key to Success for Community Partnerships for Children. 1997 12 p. 
QEP Technical Assistance Tips No. 3 983/1 73 



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Department of Education, continued 
School-Linked Services 
Celebration (June 25, 1998). 1998 12 p. 983/174 



Department of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 021 14 
Note: This agency is now called the Division of Employment and Training. 

October 1983: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1983 7 p. 983/175 

April 1984: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 

1984 2 p. 982/87 

July 1985: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 

1985 8 p. 982/88 

November 1985: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1992 4 p. 983/176 

December 1985: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1985 4 p. 983/177 

December 1986: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1986 4 p. 983/178 

February 1987: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1987 6 p. 982/89 

December 1987: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1987 4 p. 983/179 

June 1988: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 
1988 2 p. 982/90 

June 1988: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 
1988 6 p. 983/180 

December 1988: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1988 4 p. 983/181 

October 1989: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1989 9 p. 983/182 



Department of Employment and Training, continued 

Note: This agency is now called the Division of Employment and Training. 

December 1989: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1989 5 p. 983/183 

March 1990: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1990 5 p. 982/91 

June 1990: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 

1990 5 p. 982/92 

October 1990: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1990 6 p. 983/184 

January 1991 : Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1991 6 p. 982/93 

May 1991 : Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 

1991 4 p. 982/94 

August 1991 : Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1991 4 p. 982/95 

October 1991 : Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1991 6 p. 983/185 

January 1992: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1992 9 p. 982/96 

April 1992: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 

1992 5 p. 982/97 

August 1992: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1992 4 p. 982/98 

November 1992: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1992 4 p. 983/186 

January 1993: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Trust 
Fund. 1993 4 p. 982/99 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1993: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1 993 7 p. 982/100 



Department of Employment and Training, continued 

Note: This agency is now called the Division of Employment and Training. 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1993: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1993 5 p. 982/101 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1993: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1993 7 p. 983/187 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 1994: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1 994 4 p. 982/102 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1994: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1994 6 p. 982/103 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1994: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1994 6 p. 982/104 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1994: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1994 7 p. 983/188 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 1995: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1995 4 p. 982/105 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1995: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1 995 5 p. 982/106 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1995: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1995 5 p. 983/189 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1995: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1 995 7 p. 983/190 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 1996: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1996 8 p. 983/191 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1996: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1 996 6 p. 982/107 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1996: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1996 6 p. 983/192 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1996: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1 996 7 p. 983/193 



Department of Employment and Training, continued 

Note: This agency is now called the Division of Employment and Training. 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 1997: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1997 8 p. 982/108 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1997: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1997 6 p. 982/109 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1997: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1997 6 p. 983/194 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, October 1997: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1997 [var.pag.] p. 983/195 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 15, 1998: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1998 6 p. 982/1 10 

Quarterly Trust Fund Report, April 1998: Report on the Condition of the Massachusetts 
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. 1998 6 p. 982/111 

Field Service Research 

Classifying Jobs in the American Economy: The Standard Industrial Classification System. 
1987 lip. 984/229 

Office of Training and Employment Policy 

Planning Data PY'86, Volume II: Characteristics of Economically Disadvantaged Employment 
Service Registrants, n.d. [var. pag.] 984/230 



Department of Environmental Management 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Channel Morphology and Streambed-Sediment Quality in the Muddy River, Boston and 
Brookline. By Robert F. Breault et al. 1997 [var.pag.] Water-Resources Investigations Report 
98-4027. [Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey et al.] 982/1 12 

Dealing with Change in the Connecticut River Valley: A Design Manual for Conservation and 
Development. By Robert D. Yaro et al. 1990 184 p. [Published by: Lincoln Institute of Land 
Policy and the Environmental Law Foundation.] 982/1 1 3 

Douglas State Forest Cedar Swamp: Self-Guided Trail. 1997 2 p. 982/114 



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Department of Environmental Management, continued 

Exploring Bumpkin Island: A Self-Guided Tour. n.d. 2 p. 982/115 

Exploring Gallop's Island: A Self-Guided Tour. n.d. 2 p. 982/116 

Exploring Grape Island: A Self-Guided Tour. n.d. 2 p. 982/117 

Greylock Center: Draft Environmental Impact Report. 1998 [var. pag.] EOEA #11083 
[Prepared by: Epsilon Associates, Inc.] 983/196 

Greylock Center: Draft Environmental Impact Report (Executive Summary). 1998 23 p. EOEA 
#11083 [Prepared by: Epsilon Associates, Inc.] 983/197 

Jug End News, Issue 2, April! 995. 1995 6 p. 981/177 

JugEndNews, Issue 3, August 1995. 1995 4 p. 981/178 

Jug End News, Issue 4, December 1995. 1995 4 p. 981/179 

Jug End News, Issue 5, June 1996. 1996 4 p. [This is the last newsletter in this series.] 
981/180 

Jug End State Reservation and Wildhfe Management Area, Final Management Plan. 1996 63 p. 
[Prepared by: Glezentanner Associates and Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.] 981/181 

Watershed Team Leader List. 1998 2 p. 983/198 
Forest Health Program 

Massachusetts Tree Wardens: Guide to Common Insects and Diseases. 1998 122 p. 983/199 
Office of Historic Resources 

Historic Curatorships. n.d. 2 p. 982/118 
Office of Planning 

The Massachusetts Landscape Inventory. 1992 268 p. 982/119 

Office of Public Information 

Massachusetts State Forests and Parks: A Guide to Recreation. 1998 2 p. [This publication is a 
map.] 981/182 



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Department of Environmental Management, continued 

Office of Universal Access 

Universal Access: Outdoor Recreation Opportunities for People of All Abilities, n.d. 2 p. 
983/200 

Office of Water Resources 

1997/98 Registered Well Drillers List, Current as of November 1997. 1997 15 p. 981/183 

Watershed Connections at DEM: Berkshires Region, Connecticut River Valley Region, Central 
Region, Northeast Region and Southeast Region, n.d. [var. pag.] [There is a brochure for each 
region.] 983/201 

State Forests and Parks 

Camping. 1998 2 p. 983/202 

A Guide to Centennial Activities and Events, Summer 1998. 1998 2 p. 983/203 
State Forests and Parks Centermial 

Celebration Kit. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/184 



Department of Environmental Protection 

One Winter Street, Boston, MA 02108 

2 IE Program Evaluation: Draft Generic Environmental Impact Report. 1998 [var.pag.] 
[Prepared in cooperation with the Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup 
Professionals.] 983/204 

Chemical Fact Sheet: Carbon Tetrachloride (CCI4). 1998 2 p. [Prepared in cooperation with 
the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/120 

Chemical Fact Sheet: Chloroform. 1998 3 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Air Force 
Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/1 2 1 

Chemical Fact Sheet: Ethylene Dibromide (EDB). 1998 3 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the 
Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/122 

Chemical Fact Sheet: Tetrachloroethylene (PCE). 1998 2 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the 
Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/123 



Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

Chemical Fact Sheet: Trichloroethylene (TCE). 1998 2 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Air 
Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/124 

Community Environmental Fact Sheet: Ecological Risk Assessment. 1 998 4 p. [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/125 

Communit>' Environmental Fact Sheet: Overview of Environmental Cleanup at the 
Massachusetts Military Reservation. 1998 7 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Air Force Center 
for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/126 

Community Environmental Fact Sheet: Public Health Assessment. 1998 3 p. [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/127 

Community Environmental Fact Sheet: Risk Assessment. 1998 3 p. [Prepared in cooperation 
with the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/1 27A 

Community Envirormiental Fact Sheet: Understanding Exposure. 1998 3 p. [Prepared in 
cooperation with the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 
982/128 

Community Environmental Fact Sheet: Understanding Groundwater Plumes at the 
Massachusetts Military Reservation (MMR). 1 998 4 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Air 
Force Center for Environmental Excellence and the E.P.A. et al.] 982/129 
Innovative and Alternative Subsurface Sewage Disposal Technologies Approved for Use in 
Massachusetts. 1997 28 p. [This publication is used in conjunction with Title 5 regulations (310 
CMR 15.000).] 982/130 

Municipal Recycling Report Card 1998. 1998 17 p. 982/131 

Solid Waste Management Resource Guide, 1996 Update for Massachusetts Schools, n.d. 365 p. 
[Copies are available in the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House. Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 981/185 

Solid Waste Master Plan 1997 Update: Volume 1. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/132 

Sohd Waste Master Plan 1997 Update: Volume II (Appendices). 1997 [var. pag.] 982/133 

Title 5: Consumer Protection Tips for Septic System Inspections and Repairs, n.d. 2 p. 
982/134 

Title 5 Innovative/Alternative Technology Guidance. 1998 2 p. 982/135 



Department of Environmental Protection, continued 

Wetland Plants and Algae in a Coastal Marsh, Orleans, Cape Cod, MA. By Leslie A. Desimone 
etal. 1998 33 p. Water-Resources Investigations Report 98-4011. [Prepared in cooperation with 
the Cape Cod Commission and the US Geological Commission.] 982/1 35A 

Air Assessment Branch 

Wall Experiment Station, 37 Shattuck Street, Lawrence, MA 01843 

1996 Annual Air Quality Report Summary, n.d. 5 p. 984/231 

1997 Annual Air Quality Report Summary, n.d. 18 p. 984/232 
Air Quality Report 1996. By John Lane et al. n.d. 72 p. 984/233 
Ah- Quality Report 1997. By John Lane et al. n.d. 80 p. 984/234 

Bureau of Resource Protection 

Grant and Loan Programs: Opportunities for Watershed Protection Plarming and 
Implementation. 1998 9 p. 981/186 

Division of Municipal Services 

Clean Water: State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program. 1997 2 p. 981/187 

Division of Watershed Management 

627 Main Street, 2nd floor, Worcester, MA 01608 

Summary of Water Quality 1996. 1998 136 p. 984/235 

Water-Quality Data Collected in an Coastal Marsh, Orleans, Cape Cod, MA, March 1 993 
Through January 1998. 1998 38 p. Open-File Report 98-184 [Prepared in cooperation with the 
U.S. Geological Survey.] 983/205 

Drinking Water Program 

In the Main: The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Drinking Water Suppliers, Spring 1998. 
1998 8 p. 982/136 

In the Main, The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Massachusetts Drinking Water Suppliers, 
Summer 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/206 

In The Main, The Technical Assistance Newsletter for Massachusetts Drinking Water Suppliers, 
Winter 1998. 1998 8 p. 981/188 



Department of Environmental Protection, DrinkingWater Program , continued 

Making Wellhead Protection Work in Massachusetts: A Guide for Developing Local 
Groundwater Protection Controls. 1997 [var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston. MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 981/189 

TNC: Managing Your TNC Drinking Water System: A Guide to the Massachusetts 
Requirements for Transient Noncommunity Public Water Systems (TNC). 1998 [var.pag.] 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 983/207 

Office of Technical Assistance 

Evaluating Progress: A Report on the Findings of the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction 
Program Evaluation, Program Evaluation. By Monica M. Becker and Ken Geiser 1997 [var.pag.] 
981/190 

Evaluating Progress: A Report on the Findings of the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction 
Program Evaluation, Executive Summary. 1997 8 p. 981/191 

Merrimack Business Environmental Network (MBEN) and Merrimack River Watershed Council 
Present: Clearing Up the Clean Air Act for Business. 1994 [var.pag.] [Conference held in 
Lowell on February 3, 1994.] 981/192 

Wastewater Management Program 

List of Approved Title 5 System Inspectors. 1998 [var.pag.] [The list is also available on the 
World Wide Web at: http://www.state.ma.us/dep.] 981/193 

List of Certified Title 5 Soil Evaluators. 1998 [var.pag.] [The list is also available on the World 
Wide Web at: http://www.state.ma.us/dep.] 981/194 

Watershed Permitting Program 

Approval for Remedial Use Pursuant to Title 5, 310 CMR 15.000. 1998 6 p. [ForBio- 
Microbics, Inc.] 982/137 

Approval ofZabel Filtered Pump Vaults. 1998 2 p. 984/236 

Certification for General Use Approval Pursuant to Title 5, 310 CMR 15.000. 1998 4 p. 
984/237 

Certification for General Use Pursuant to Title 5, 310 CMR 15.000. 1998 5 p. [For Cultec. Inc.] 
982/138 



Department of Environmental Protection, Watershed Permitting Program , continued 

Certification for General Use Pursuant to Title 5, 310 CMR 15.000. 1998 5 p. [For Infiltrator 
System.] 982/140 

Certification for General Use Pursuant to Title 5, 310 CMR 15.000. 1998 4 p. [For Bio- 
Microics, Inc.] 982/139 

Innovative/ Alternative Subsurface Sewage Treatment and Disposal Technologies. 1998 [var. 
pag.] 984/238 

Provisional Use Approval Pursuant to Title 5, 310 CMR 15.000. 1998 6 p. 984/239 



Department of Fire Services 

P.O. Box 1025 State Road, Stow, MA 01775 

Annual Report of the State Fire Marshal 1996. 1998 54 p. 982/141 

Massachusetts Bum Injury Reporting System Annual Report 1996/97. 1998 91 p. 984/240 

Massachusetts Fire Service Resource Directory 1998/99. 1998 95 p. 983/208 



Department of Fisheries, Wildlife &. Environmental Law Enforcement 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Adopt a Stream Workbook: How to Protect Your Favorite River, Stream or Brook, 2nd Edition. 
1998 115 p. 982/142 



Department of Food and Agriculture 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

DFA Update, November 23, 1994. 1994 2 p. 983/209 

DFA Update, March 5, 1997. 1997 4 p. 983/21 1 

DFA Update, March 17, 1995. 1995 3 p. 983/210 

DFA Update, April 7, 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/212 

Farming in Wetland Resource Areas: A Guide to Agricultxire and the Massachusetts Wetlands 
Protection Act, Revised. 1996 [var. pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with the Department of 
Environmental Management and the Department of Environmental Protection.] 982/143 



Department of Food and Agriculture, continued 

Massachusetts Down on the Farm Director^" A Guide to Agri-Tourism in Massachusetts. 1997 
73 p. 981/195 

Specialty Products Directory, Issue No. 4. 1998 36 p. [Information is available on the World 
Wide Web at: http://www.massgrown.org.] 982/144 



Department of Housing & Community Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Note: This agency was previously called the Executive Office of Communities and Development. 

Administrative Plan for Tenant Based Rental Assistance under the Section 8 Certificate and 
Voucher Programs. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/213 

The ANR Handbook (Approval Not Required Plans). 1997 83 p. 983/214 

Archive Rules and Procedures. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/215 

Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Assessing Your Local Economy; Local Partnerships for 
Economic Development, n.d. [var.pag.] 983/216 

Bidding Procedures: Getting Through the Massachusetts Public Bidding Process, April 1997 
Edition. 1997 71 p. 983/217 

Building Related Projects Over $25,000 (Front-End). 1996 10 p. [c. 149 projects.] 983/218 

Chapter 40B Subsidized Housing Inventory Through July 1, 1997. 1997 9 p. 983/219 

Citizen Planner Training Collaborative: 1997 Special Permit Workshops- Supplementary 
Handouts. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/220 

Community Development Block Grant FY'97: Performance Evaluation Report. 1997 [var.pag.] 
983/221 

Community Development Block Grant Program: Application 1997. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/222 

Community Enterprise Economic Development Program: Organizing for Neighborhood 
Development, n.d. 88 p. 983/223 

Construction Standards: How to Get Through the Public Housing Design Process; A Handbook 
for Design Professionals. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/224 

DHCD Program Book 1997 Edition. 1997 34 p. 983/225 



Department of Housing & Community Development, continued 

DHCD Program Book 1998 Edition. 1998 34 p. 982/145 

Employee Handbook. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/226 

Federal FY'97 Community Development Block Grant Program: Mini-Entitlement Program Year 
II. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/227 

Federal FY'97 Massachusetts Community Development Block Grant Program Application, 
Community Development Fund I & 11, Ready Resource Fund, Competitive Downtown 
Revitalization Program Related Activities and the CDBG Section of the 1997 One Year Action 
Plan. 1997 213 p. 983/228 

FY'97 CDBG: Achieving Accessibility with CDBG. 1997 9 p. 983/229 

FY'97 CDBG: Infrastructure and Public Facilities with CDBG. 1997 9 p. 983/230 

FY'97 CDBG: National Objective Documenting Area- Wide Benefit for Low and Moderate 
Income. 1997 15 p. 983/231 

FY'97 CDBG: Public Social Services with CDBG. 1997 11 p. 983/232 

FY'97 Community Development Fund: Commercial Rehabilitation with CDBG. 1997 18 p. 
983/233 

FY'97 Community Development Fund: Housing Rehabilitation with CDBG. 1997 12 p. 
983/234 

FY'97 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program: Administrative Guidance for Program 
Operators. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/235 

FY'98 Community Development Block Grant Application, Community Development Fund I & 
II, Ready Resource Fund and CDBG '98 One Year Action Plan. 1998 201 p. 983/236 

The Growth Impact Handbook: Ways to Preview Your Community's Future, n.d. 89 p. 
982/146 

HOME Rental Program: Guidelines and Regulations. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/238 

The Home Rule Amendment and The Home Rule Procedures Act, Revised 1996. 1996 32 p. 
983/239 

Housing Agency Income/Asset Match Program Procedures for Handling Cases of Income 
Discrepancy. 1997 4 p. 983/240 



Department of Housing & Community Development, continued 

How to Obtain Housing Assistance in Massachusetts: A Handbook of Housing Resources, 
Revised 1997. 1997 46 p. 983/241 

HUD Continuum of Care SuperNofa (Request for Response). 1997 [var.pag.] 983/242 

Land Use Manager. Edition No. 1. January - March 1998. 1998 7 p. [This was last published in 
April 1995.] 982/147 

Land Use Manager, April - June 1998, Edition No.2. 1998 7 p. 983/243 

LandUseManagenEditionNo. 3, July -September 1998. 1998 7 p. 984/241 

Local Housing Authority FY'97 Budget Guidelines. 1996 [var.pag.] 983/244 

Local Initiative Program: Guidelines November 1996. 1996 [var.pag.] [Local Initiative 
Program is a new state housing program.] 983/245 

Local Initiative Program: Guidelines May 1997. 1997 [var.pag.] 983/246 

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program FY'97: Application and State Plan. 1997 
[var.pag.] [Submitted to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.] 983/247 

Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program: (DRAFT 1997 Qualified Allocation Plan). 1997 
45 p. 983/248 

Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program: 1997 Qualified Allocation Plan. 1997 [var. pag.] 
983/249 

Memorandum: 1996 Net Income Limits for Admission and FMR's for Continued Occupancy. 
1996 6 p. 983/250 

Memorandum: 1998 Net Income Limits for Admission and FMR's for Continued Occupancy. 
1998 3 p. 983/251 

Memorandum: AHVP "Host" Agencies. 1996 [var.pag] 983/252 

Memorandum: Claims Investigation Service - State-Aided Housing Programs. 1996 3 p. 

983/253 

Memorandum: Explanation of the Transitional Nature of the AHVP and Its Requirements. 1996 
3 p. 983/254 

Memorandum: Final Revised Regulations Effective October L 1998. 1998 30 p. 983/255 



Department of Housing & Community Development, continued 
Memorandum: Survey of Computers at Housing Authorities. 1997 3 p. 983/256 

North Shore Regional Water Safety Task Force: Waterfront Crime Watch, n.d. [var.pag.] 

983/257 

Notes to Accompany DHCD's Chapter 40B Subsidized Housing Inventory. 1997 5 p. 983/258 

One Year Action Plan 1997 (Draft); HUD Community Plaiming and Development Consolidated 
Plan for HOME, CDBG, HOPWA and ESG Funding. 1997 123 p. 983/259 

One Year Action Plan 1997; HUD Community Planning and Development Consolidated Plan for 
HOME, CDBG, HOPWA and ESG Funding. 1997 144 p. 983/260 

One Year Action Plan 1997; HUD Community Planning and Development Consolidated Plan for 
HOME, CDBG, HOPWA and ESG Funding. 1997 139 p. 983/261 

One Year Action Plan 1998 (Draft). 1998 130p. 981/196 

One Year Action Plan 1998: HUD Community Planning and Development Consolidated Plan for 
HOME, CDBG, HOPWA and ESG Funding. 1998 147 p. 983/262 

Organizing for Economic Development: Municipal and Regional Options, Revised and Updated. 
1997 85 p. 983/263 

Organizing for Economic Development: Municipal and Regional Options. 1997 85 p. [Written 
by: Mount Auburn Associates.] 984/242 

Project Manual: Modernization of Housing for Elders, Andover. MA. 1996 [var.pag.] Project 
No. 009022 983/264 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Arlington. 1997 [var.pag.] 
Project 200-1 983/265 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Athol, MA. 1996 [var.pag] 
983/266 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Athol. 1997 [var.pag.] Project 
667-2 983/267 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Boston. 1997 [var.pag.] 
983/268 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Danvers, MA. 1996 [var.pag.] 
DHCD Project No. 071016 983/269 



Department of Housing & Community Development, continued 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Hopedale, MA. 1996 [var. pag.] 
Project No. 667-1 983/270 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Lawrence. 1996 [var.pag] 
Project No. 200-1 983/271 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Lawrence. 1997 [var.pag.] 
Project 200-1 983/272 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Lowell. 1997 [var.pag.] 
Project 667-2B 983/273 

Project Manual: Modernization of State Aided Public Housing, Milford, MA. 1996 [var.pag.] 
Project No. 667-3 983/274 

Public and Indian Housing/Section 8 Moving to Work Demonstration Application. 1 996 
[var.pag.] 983/275 

REACH Program Application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 1 996 
83 p. 983/276 

REACH Program Application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 1 997 
[var.pag.] 983/277 

Soft Second Loan Program: Program Summary. 1997 [var.pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with 
the Massachusetts Housing Partnership Fund and the Massachusetts Bankers Association.] 

983/278 

Summary of Home Rule Charter Provisions in Massachusetts Municipalities. 1997 91 p. 
983/279 

Bureau of Asset Management 

Overview of Final Revised Regulations to be Effective October 1, 1998. 1998 5 p. 982/148 
Bureau of Housing Management 

Local Housing Authority FY'98 Budget Guidelines. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/197 

Rooftop Antenna Model Procurement Documents. 1997 [var.pag.] 981/198 

Verification of Priority Status. 1996 [var.pag.] 981/199 



Department of Housing & Community Development, continued 

Bureau of Neighborhood Services and Economic Opportunity 

1997 Community Action Agencies: Directory. 1997 40 p. 983/280 

Construction Management Unit 

Construction Handbook: A Guide for Modernization and Development of State-Aided Public 
Housing, 1995 Edition, Updated October 1996. 1996 [var.pag.] 983/281 

Monitoring Public Housing Construction: A Handbook for DHCD Project Representatives. 1997 
24 p. 983/282 

Division of Neighborhood Services 

Community Enterprise Economic Development FY'97 Directory. 1997 55 p. 983/283 

Downtown Revitalization Program 

Getting Started On Downtown Revitalization. 1998 [var.pag.] [Conference was held in 
Auburn, MA on May 27, 1 998.] 983/284 

Local Partnerships Program 

Asking the Right Questions: A Guide to Assessing Your Local Economy; Local Partnerships for 
Economic Development (Reprint 1997). 1997 [var.pag.] 983/285 

Municipal hicentive Grant Program 

Application FY'98. n.d. 6 p. [Includes guidelines and materials for application.] 983/286 

Application FY'99. n.d. 6 p. [Includes guidelines and material for application.] 983/287 

Letter of Interest FY'98. n.d. 6 p. 983/288 

Letter of Interest FY'99. n.d. 7 p. 983/289 

Siting Criteria for Personal Wireless Service Facilities. 1997 49 p. [Prepared by: Kreines & 
Kreines, Inc.] 983/290 

Research. Standards & Design Review Unit 

Operations Manual: JOBMASTER Database. 1996 [var.pag.] 983/291 



Department of Housing & Community Development, continued 

Weatherization Assistance Program 

State Plan for Federal Program Year 1997. 1997 49 p. 983/292 

StatePlanforFederalProgram Year 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] [This plan was filmed as 983/292, 
but this copy contains additional material.] 984/244 



Department of Labor and Industries 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses 1994: Initial Resuhs. 1996 9 p. 
983/293 



Department of Labor and Worliforce Development 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Report and Five- Year Plan on Job Training Services. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/149 



Department of Mental Health 

25 Stamford Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

1997Legislative Accomplishments and 1997/98 Legislative Agenda. 1998 3 p. 981/200 

Budget Priorities. 1998 13 p. 981/201 

Conference On: Early Interventions in Psychosis. 1998 [var.pag.] [Conference held at the John 
F. Kennedy Library on September 17-18, 1998] 983/294 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 6, Summer 1996. 1996 11 p. 983/295 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1. no.6. Fall 1996. 1996 11 p. 983/296 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1. no. 8, Winter 1997. 1997 11 p. 983/297 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1. no.9. Summer 1997. 1997 11 p. 983/298 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1. no. 10. Fall 1997. 1997 11 p. 983/299 

The DMH Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 12, Spring 1998. 1998 15 p. 983/300 



Department of Mental Health, continued 

DMH Eligibility Determination Process: Questions & Answers, n.d. 2 p. 981/202 

Facts and Figures. 1998 [unpaged] 981/203 

FY'97 Adult and Child/Adolescent Implementation Report and FY'98 State Mental Health Plan. 
19997 172 p. 981/204 

Human Rights Handbook, Revised May 1998. 1998 78 p. 982/151 

Major Initiatives for Addressing Homelessness. 1998 3 p. 981/205 

Mental Health Parity. 1998 1 p. 981/206 

Mission Statement. 1998 1 p. 981/27 

The Speakers Bureau 1997-1998. 1998 50 p. 983/301 

The Speakers Bureau 1998-1999. 1998 55 p. 983/302 

North East Area 

Overview. Organizational Chart, Residential Program Development and Statistics. 1998 [var. 
pag.] 981/208 

Department of Mental Retardation 

160 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

Annual Report July 1, 1996 - June 30, 1997. 1997 15 p. 982/152 
DMR Progress, Volume 2, Issue 2, Winter 1994. 1994 4 p. 982/154 
DMR Progress, Volume 2, Issue 3, Summer 1994. 1994 4 p. 982/155 
DMR Progress, Volume 3, Issue 1, Fall 1994. 1994 4 p. 982/156 
DMR Progress, Volume 3, Issue 3, Spring 1995. 1995 4 p. 982/157 
DMR Progress, Volume 3, Issue 4, Summer 1995. 1995 4 p. 982/153 
DMR Progress, Volume 5, Issue 1, Fall 1996. 1996 4 p. 982/158 
DMR Progress, Volume 5, Issue 2, Winter 1997. 1997 4 p. 982/159 



Department of Mental Retardation, continued 

DMR Progress, Volume 5, Issue 4, Summer 1997. 1997 4 p. 982/160 

DMR Progress, Volume 6, Issue 2, Spring 1998. 1998 8 p. 982/161 

DMR Progress, Volume 6, Issue 3, Summer 1998. 1998 7 p. 983/303 
Investigations Advisory Panel 

Report. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/162 

Department of Public Health 

250WashingtonSt. Boston MA 02108 

Directory of Massachusetts Clinics Alphabetically by Name: Current as of January 1998. 1998 
58 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 
(617)727-2834.] 981/209 

Directory of Massachusetts Home Health Agencies Alphabetically by Name: Current as of 
January 1998. 1998 19 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House. 
Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 981/210 

Directory of Massachusetts Long Term Care Facilities Alphabetically Current as of January 199J 
1998 65 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 
02133 (617)727-2834.] 981/211 

DPH Network, vol. 1 , no.4, October - November, 1 994. 1 994 6 p. 981/212 

DPHNetwork, vol. l,no.5, December -January 1994- 1995. 1995 6p. 981/213 

DPHNetwork, Spring 1996. 1996 6 p. 981/214 

DPHNetwork, Summer 1996. 1996 6 p. 981/215 

DPH Network, Fall 1997. 1997 6 p. 981/216 

DPHNetwork, Winter 1998. 1998 6 p. 981/217 

DPHNetwork, Spring 1998. 1998 6 p. 982/163 

DPHNetwork, Summer 1998. 1998 6 p. 983/304 

DPH Network, Fall 1998. 1998 6 p. 984/245 



Department of Public Health, continued 

Elder Health Alert, Volume 7, Issue 1, Spring 1995. 1995 2 p. [Published jointly with AARP.] 
983/305 

Elder Health Alert, Issue 7, No. 2, Fall 1995. 1995 2 p. [Published jointly with AARP.] 
983/306 

Elder Health Alert, Fall 1996. 1996 4 p. [Published jointly with AARP.] 983/308 

Elder Health Alert. Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. [Published jointly with AARP.] 983/307 

ElderHealthAlert, Winter 1998. 1998 4 p. [Published jointly with AARP.] 983/309 

Fact Sheet on Osteoporosis, n.d. 3 p. 982/164 

Fact Sheet on Walking, n.d. 3 p. 982/165 

Listing of Massachusetts Hospitals - Directory: Alphabetically by Facility, Name & Municipality; 
Current as of January 1998. 1998 16 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 981/218 

Bright Futures Campaign 

Growing Up Healthy. 1998 198 p. [Available in both English and Spanish.] 984/246 

Division of Prevention 

Start Sun Smart: A Resource Guide for Sun Protection Education in Newborn Nurseries. 1 998 
[var. pag.] [This guide is accompanied by a video and was prepared by the Boston University 
School of Medicine Cancer Prevention and Control Center and the Massachusetts Division of 
Prevention.] 983/310 

HIV/AIDS Bureau and AIDS Surveillance Program 
305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/219 

HIV/AIDSQuarterlyReview, Winter 1998 8 p. 982/166 

HIV/AIDS Quarterly Review, Spring 1998 8 p. 983/311 

HIV/AIDSQuarterlyReview, Summer 1998. 1998 8p. 983/312 

HIV/AIDSQuarterlyReview, Fall 1998. 1998 8 p. 984/247 



Department of Public Health, HIV/AIDS Bureau and AIDS Surveillance Program , continued 

Services for People Affected by HIV/AIDS in Massachusetts. 1995 95 p. 984/248 

Occupational Health Surveillance Program 

Fatal Injuries at Work 1996 Update, n.d. 4 p. 982/167 

Office of Emergency Medical Services 

Comfort Care/ Do Not Resuscitate Order Verification Protocol. 1997 5 p. [This is commonly 
referred to as DNR.] 982/1 68 

Protecting Young Workers Project 

Do You Work? Protect Your Health, Know Your Rights: A Guide for Working Teens. 1998 
12 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Office of the Attorney General.] 983/313 

A Guide for Health Care Providers: Protecting Working Teens. 1 998 2 p. 983/3 1 4 

Weapon-Related Injury Surveillance System 

Weapon Injury Data. 1998 2 p. 982/169 

Department of Revenue 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204 

A Guide to Estate Taxes. 1997 18 p. 981/220 

Guide to Filing Your 1997 Massachusetts Income Taxes. 1998 66 p. 981/221 

A Guide to Sales and Use Tax. 1998 34 p. 981/222 

A Guide to Sales Tax on Meals. 1998 26 p. 981/223 

A Guide to the Massachusetts Turnpike Fuels Excise Refund Program. 1 998 3 p. 983/3 1 5 

A Guide to Withholding of Taxes on Wages. 1998 26 p. 981/224 

Investigation of Methods by Which the City of Chelsea Might Encourage Economic 
Development and Increase Its Revenue Generation. 1989 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Touche 
Ross.] 982/170 

Package X: 1 997 Massachusetts Tax Forms. 1998 424 p. 981/225 



Department of Revenue, continued 

Should You Be Paying Estimated Taxes? 1997 5 p. 981/226 

Taxpayer Advisor Bulletin, vol. 13, no. 4, December 1997. 1997 12 p. 981/227 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 14, no. 1, March 1998. 1998 12 p. 982/171 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 14, no. 2, June 1998. 1998 8 p. 982/1 72 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 14, no. 3, September 1998. 1998 12 p. 983/3 16 

Taxpayer Advisory Bulletin, vol. 14, no. 4, December 1998. 1998 12 p. 984/249 

Your Taxpayer Bill of Rights: A Guide to the Department of Revenue. 1998 42 p. 981/228 

Audit Division 
FY'99 Business Plan. n.d. [var. pag.] 983/317 

Division of Local Services 

Bulletin; 1997 Legislative Enactments: Summary of 1997 Municipal Finance Law Changes. 
1998 12 p. 984/250 

Bulletin; 1 998 Legislation: Summary of 1998 Municipal Finance Law Changes. 1998 14 p. 
984/251 

Massachusetts Domestic and Foreign Corporations Subject to an Excise: For the Use of 
Assessors. 1998 799 p. [This publication is commonly known as the "Corporations Book."] 
982/173 

Municipal Bulletin No. 32: Laws Relating to Municipal Finance and Taxation. 1998 680 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834. This document is available in paper and CD Rom.] 983/3 1 8 

Municipal Data Bank: An Overview. 1997 33 p. 984/252 

Office of Tax Policv Analysis 
P.O. Box 9681, Boston, MA 02114 

A Report on 1991 Corporate Excise Returns. 1994 61 p. 981/229 

A Report on 1992 Corporate Excise Returns. 1996 78 p. 981/230 



Department of Revenue, Office of Tax Policy Analysis , continued 
A Report on 1993 Corporate Excise Returns. 1997 89 p. 981/231 
A Report on 1994 Corporate Excise Returns. 1997 67 p. 981/232 
Statistics of Income: 1993 Individuallncome Tax Returns. 1998 136 p. 981/233 
Statistics of Income: 1994 Individuallncome Tax Returns. 1998 163 p. 981/234 



Department of Social Services 

24 Famsworth Street, Boston, MA 02210-121 1 

A Decade of Progress 1988 - 1998: Foster Kids' Caucus of the Massachusetts Legislature. 1998 
12 p. [Event held in the Great Hall of the State House on May 21, 1998.] 982/174 

Office of Management, Planning & Analysis 

Child Maltreatment Statistics 1995. By Antone C. Felix III 1996 64 p. 981/235 

Child Maltreatment Statistics 1997. By Antone C. Felix III 1998 73 p. 984/ 

Demographic Report on Consumer Populations July 1997. By Antone C. Felix III 1997 47 p. 

982/175 

FFY'90, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/236 

FFY'92, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/237 

FFY'93, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/238 

FFY'94, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/239 

FFY'95, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/240 

FFY'96, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/241 



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Department of Social Services, Office of Management. Planning & Analysis , continued 

FFY'97, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/242 

FFY'98, IV-B Plan; Chapter II: Overview of the Consumer Population Served by the Department 
of Social Services, n.d. [unpaged] 981/243 

Profiles of Adopted Children and Guardianship Children FY'97. By Antone C. Felix III 1998 
38 p. 983/319 

Quarterly Report FY'98: 2nd Quarter. By Antone C. Felix III and Walter E. Taylor 1998 22 p. 
981/244 



Department of the State Auditor 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Semi-Annual Report for July -December 1997. 1997 100 p. 982/176 

A-128 

Auburn Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 35 p. No. 97-3028-8 
981/245 

Bourne Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 34 p. No. 97-3024-8 
981/246 

Greenfield Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 30 p. No. 97-3077-8 
981/247 

Ipswich Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 33 p. No. 97-3080-8 
981/248 

Leominster Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 32 p. No. 97- 
3018-8 981/249 

Maynard Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 30 p. No. 97-3026-8 
981/250 

Milton Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 33 p. No. 97-3001-8 
981/251 

Stockbridge Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0415-3 982/177 



Department of the State Auditor, A-128, continued 

Taunton Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 35 p. No. 97-3082-8 
981/252 

Tewksbury Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 37 p. No. 97-3029-8 
981/253 

Warren Housing Authority January 1. 1995 to December 31, 1996. 1998 34 p. No. 97-3079-8 
981/254 

Watertown Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 36 p. No. 98- 
3021-8 981/255 

Wellesley Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 97-3075-8 
981/256 

Westfield Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31. 1997. 1997 31 p. No. 97-3030-8 
981/257 

Winchendon Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1998 37 p. No. 97- 
3076-8 981/258 

FR 

Agency Compliance with the Office of the State Comptroller's PoHcies, Mass. General Laws, and 
Requirements for Selected Payments from State Funds, Selected Billing and Accounts Receivable 
Transactions FY97. 1998 4 p. No. 98-5007-2 983/320 

Appellate Tax Board. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0143-2 983/321 

Behavioral Health Network, Inc., July 1, 1993 to May 31, 1996. 1998 8 p. No. 97-2020-2 
982/178 

Board ofRegistration in Medicine. 1997 18 p. No. 96-0117-5 981/259 

Bridgewater Correctional Complex July 1, 1995 to June 30. 1996. 1997 5 p. No. 97-0146-2 
981/260 

Department ofMental Health Metro-Suburan Area Office. 1998 6 p. No. 98-5241-2 983/322 

Department ofMental Health's Southeastern MA Area Office in Accordance with Chapter 647 of 
the Acts of 1989. 1997 12 p. No. 96-2014-2 981/261 

Department of Social Services. 1997 9 p. No. 96-1058-5 981/262 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Department of Social Services July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 7 p. No. 97-5048-5 
981/263 

Determination of Whether Net State Tax Revenues Exceeded Allowable State Tax Revenues for 
the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1998. 1998 18 p. No. 99-5555-2 984/254 

Division of Medical Assistance's Benefit Coordination and Recovery Section's Third Party 
Liability Unit July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 5 p. No. 98-5013-2 982/179 

Essex Division-Probate and Family Court. 1998 8 p. No. 97-1345-2 983/323 

Greater Lavvrence Sanitary District July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 5 p. No. 98-0582-2 
982/180 

Holyoke Community College Financial Assistance Programs July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 
1998 5 p. No. 98-0195-2 981/264 

Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Under the Department of Labor and Workforce 
Development July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 6 p. No. 98-5008-2 983/325 

Joint Asset Assessment Study of Segments of the Metropolitan Highway System to be Acquired 
by the Massachusetts Port Authority. 1998 14 p. No. 98-6508-2 983/326 

Management of Client Funds at the Walter E. Femald State School July 1, 1994 to June 30, 
1996. 1997 10 p. No. 96-0267-2 981/265 

Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit Authority. 1997 4 p. No. 97-1277-2 981/266 

Merrimack Valley Transit Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 
98-0496-2 984/255 

Middlesex Division ofthe Probate and Family Court. 1998 10 p. No. 97-1222-2 982/181 

Nantucket Division District Court Department. 1998 4 p. No. 98-1196-2 983/327 

Northwestern District Attorney's Office. 1998 1 p. No. 96-6009-9 983/328 

Northwestern District Attomey's Office. 1998 1 p. No. 98-6004-9 983/329 

Operational Services Division. 1998 5 p. No. 97-1414-2 983/330 

Rehabilitation Commission July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 9 p. No. 98-5009-2 983/331 



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Department of the State Auditor, FR, continued 

Roxbury Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs and Compliance 
with the Office of the Comptroller Nonappropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July 1. 1996 to 
June 30, 1997. 1998 12 p. No. 98-0204-2 982/182 

Salem State College Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs and Compliance with the 
State Comptroller on Nonappropriated Funds Reporting Requirements July L 1996 to June 30, 
1997. 1998 31 p. No. 98-0184-2 983/332 

State Comptroller's Official Year-End Closing /Opening Instructions for Encumbrance and 
Advance Fund Management FY97. 1998 11 p. No. 97-5001-2 983/333 

Suffolk County Division Probate and Family Court Department. 1998 8 p. No. 97-1221-2 
982/183 

Tewksbury Hospital July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1997 18 p. No. 97-0304-2 981/267 

Trial Court's Administration of Court Facilities Rental Accounts. 1998 6 p. No. 97-5105-2 
981/268 

Trial Court's Administration of Juvenile Court Facilities Rental Accounts. 1998 4 p. No. 97- 
5052-3 981/269 

Water Resources Authority Audit of Costs & Profit Incurred Under Change of Order, etc. 1 998 
102 p. No. 96-3079-2 983/334 

Water Resources Authority Audit of Costs & Profit Incurred Under Change of Order, etc. 1998 
10 p. No. 97-3052-2 983/335 

Water Resources Authority Audit of Costs & Profit Incurred Under Change of Order, etc. 1998 
41 p. No. 97-3052-2(1) 983/336 

Water Resources Authority Audit of Costs & Profit Incurred Under Change of Order, etc. 1 998 
39 p. No. 97-3052-2(2) 983/337 

Winchendon Division, District Court Department as of December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
1182-2 982/184 

Winchendon District Court. 1998 2 p. No. 98-1 182-2 983/338 

Wrentham Division, District Court Department as of December 16, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
1162-2 981/270 



Department of the State Auditor, continued 

FU 

Bridgewater State College Financial Assistance Programs July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 3 
p. No. 98-0177-7 981/271 

Department of Housing and Community Development's Purchase-of-Service System for Federal 
Rental Assistance Programs. 1998 3 p. No. 98-5058-7 982/185 

Mount Wachusett Community College Federal Student Financial Assistance Programs and 
Compliance with the Office of the Comptroller Nonappropriated Funds Reporting Requirements 
July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 4 p. No. 98-0200-7 982/186 

Quinsigamond Community College Financial Assistance Programs July 1, 1996 to June 30, 
1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98-0203-7 981/273 

The Vietnam Veteran's Workshop, Inc., dba The New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans 
July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1998 12 p. No. 97-4365-7 981/274 

IT (Information Technology Audit Division) 

Note: This division was formerly called EDP (Electronic Data Processing). 

Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing July 1, 995 through May 30, 1997. 1998 14 p. 
No. 97-0302-4C 983/339 

Department of Food and Agriculture's IT-Related General Controls July 2, 2994 through March 
28,1997. 1997 40 p. No. 97-009 1-4C 981/276 

Department of Housing and Community Development for the period March 19, 1997 to 
September 5, 1997. 1997 3 p. No. 97-0001-4M 981/277 

Division of Capital Plaiming and Operations July 1, 1995 through November 26, 1997. 1998 
12 p. No. 96-0025-41 983/340 

Division of Disability Determination Services Financial-Related and Information Technology- 
Related General Controls. 1998 25 p. No. 97-0055-4C 984/256 

Fall River District Court Information Technology Controls. 1998 13 p. No. 98-1193-4C 
983/341 

Framingham State College's IT and Financial-Related Controls July 1, 1994 to January 31, 1997. 
1997 15p. No. 96-0179-4C 981/278 

Lemuel Shattuck Hospital July 1, 1995 through December 22, 1997. 1998 20 p. No. 97-0300- 
4C 983/342 



Department of the State Auditor, IT, continued 

Marlborough District Court July 1, 1996 to February 25. 1998. 1998 22 p. No. 97-1 144-4C 
983/343 

Massachusetts College of Art July 1, 1996 through May 8, 1998. 1998 23 p. No. 98-0181-4C 
983/344 

The Massachusetts Hospital School's IT-Related and Selected Financial Activities July 1, 1995 
to April 30, 1997. 1997 8 p. No. 97-030 1-4C 981/279 

Monson Developmental Center July 1, 1996 to December 31, 1997. 1998 12 p. No. 98-0262- 
4C 983/345 

Office on Disability Financial-Related and Information Technology Controls Julv 1 , 1 995 
throughNovemberl,1996. 1998 14p. No. 97-1308-4C 981/280 

Report on the Preparedness of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Address the Year 2000 
Computer Date Issue. 1998 82 p. No. 97-7055-4W 981/275 

Soldier's Home in Holyoke July 1, 1996 to July 30, 1997. 1997 15 p. No. 97-0064-4C 
981/281 

State Ethics Commission July 1, 1 996 to January 12, 1998. 1998 9 p. No. 98-1053-4C 
982/187 

Year 2000 Computer Date Issue: Phase 2 Follow-Up Report on the Preparedness of the 
Commonwealth October 22, 1997 to October 20, 1998. 1998 85 p. No. 99-7055-4Y 984/257 

P 

Athol Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0602-3 982/188 

Barre Housing Authority April 1, 1997 to March 31. 1998. 1998 5 p. No. 98-0607-3 984/258 

Beverly Housing Authority April 1. 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0612-3 
982/189 

Brewster Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0659-3 981/283 

Brimfield Housmg Authority January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 5 p. No. 98-0858-3 
984/260 



Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

Brockton Area Transit Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0881-3 983/347 

Brockton Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 5 p. No. 98-0621-3 
982/190 

Brookfield Housing Authority April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 4 p. No. 98-1075-3 
983/348 

Canton Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0628-3 984/261 

Cape and Islands District Attorney's Office for the period July 1, 1997 to February 28, 1998. 
1998 2 p. No. 98-1263-3 983/349 

Carver Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 9 p. No. 98-1285-3 
983/350 

Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project Wrap-Up Insurance Program November 1, 1992 
through June 30, 1998. 1998 10 p. No. 97-4060-3 984/262 

Charlton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98- 
1279-3 981/284 

Charter Schools Standardized Accounting and Reporting Methods Pursuant to Chapter 46 of the 
Acts of 1997. 1998 12 p. No. 99-4080-9 984/263 

Chelmsford Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0630-3 984/264 

Citizens for Citizens, hic. for the period July 1, 196 through February 28, 1998. 1998 1 p. No. 
98-4233-3 983/351 

Comprehensive Mental Health Systems, Inc. 1998 19 p. No. 96-6002-9 983/352 

The Cooperative For Human Services, Inc. July 1. 1994 to December 31, 1996. 1998 26 p. No. 
97-4370-3 983/353 

Corporation for Business, Work & Learning for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 
2 p. No. 98-1326-3 983/354 

Dalton Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 16 p. No. 98-0638-3 

984/265 



Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

Dennis Housing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996. 1998 5 p. No. 97-0642-3 981/285 

Department of Medical Security. 1998 35 p. No. 96-0291-5 983/355 

Department of Mental Retardation's Administration of the Quality Enhancement Survey Tool. 
1998 36 p. No. 96-4051-3 983/356 

Dighton Housing Authority for the period July 1. 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0643-3 981/286 

Dracut Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0843-3 
984/266 

Dudley Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 
98-0970-3 981/287 

Duxbury Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98- 
0644-3 981/288 

East Bridgewater Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 
99-0645-3 984/267 

East Longmeadow Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 
1998 2 p. No. 98-0647-3 983/357 

Easthampton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0646-3 983/358 

Foxborough Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30. 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0657-3 984/268 

Franklin Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0660-3 984/269 

Gloucester Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0665-3 
982/191 

Grafton Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to February 28, 1998. 1998 5 p. No. 98-0666-3 
983/359 

Granby Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to February 28. 1998. 1998 7 p. No. 98-0667-3 
983/360 



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Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

Great Barrington Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98-0668-3 
982/192 

Hadley Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 
98-0670-3 982/194 

Hamilton Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0671-3 982/195 

Hampshire Community Action Commission, Inc. 1998 10 p. No. 98-4010-3 984/270 

Hatfield Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 13 p. No. 98-0672-3 
984/271 

Highway Department's Interim Report on Oversight of Certain Design & Construction Relating 
to the Interface Between the Third Harbor Tunnel and the Bird Island Flats Land Tunnel in East 
Boston October 1, 1989 to July 31, 1997. 1998 26 p. No. 97-4958-3 984/272 

Holden Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0676-3 984/273 

Holliston Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0677-3 984/274 

Holyoke Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0678-3 983/361 

Hopkinton Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0681-3 984/275 

Hull Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 4 p. No. 98-0683-3 982/196 

Integra, Inc. 1998 46 p. No. 97-4368-3 984/276 

John B. DeValles School After-School Day Care Program, Inc., for the period July 1, 1995 
through June 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98-4381-3 982/193 

Kingston Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0686-3 983/362 

Lancaster Housing Authority July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998. 1998 4 p. No. 99-0687-3 
984/277 



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Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

Lawrence Housing Authority for the period April 1 , 1 996 to March 31,1 997. 1 997 2 p. No. 98- 
0688-3 981/289 

Lenox Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0692-3 982/198 

Lexington Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998. 3 p. No. 98- 
0694-3 982/197 

Lifeworks, Inc. for the period July 1, 1995 through June 30, 1996. 1998 2 p. No. 97-4267-3 
981/290 

Littleton Housing Authority April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 3 p. No. 98-0833-3 
983/363 

Ludlow Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0697-3 982/199 

Lynnfield Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0860-3 981/291 

Maloney Properties, Inc. 1998 6 p. No. 97-6815-9 983/364 

Mashpee Housing Authority. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0707-3 983/365 

Massachusett's Highway Department's Bridge Management Activities January 1 , 1 992 to 
December 3 1,1996. 1997 43 p. No. 97-4040-3 981/292 

Massachusetts Bay Community College. 1998 41 p. No. 96-5196-3 983/366 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Certain Elevator and Escalator Activities Julv 1 . 
1994toSeptember30, 1997. 1998 5 p. No. 97-0583-3 984/278 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Commuter Rail Activities January 1, 1994 to 
September 30, 1997. 1998 13 p. No. 97-5583-3 984/279 

Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority July 1, 1995 to June 30. 1996. 1998 7 p. No. 
97-1301-3 982/200 

Massachusetts Port Authority's Construction and Use of the Bird Island Flats Garage at Logan 
International Airport. 1998 14 p. No. 97-6508-3 984/280 



Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

Mattapoisett Housing Authority October 1, 1995 to September 30, 1996. 1998 10 p. No. 97- 
0709-3 981/293 

Methuen Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0718-3 984/281 

Metropolitan District Commission. 1998 4 p. No. 97-4055-3 984/282 

Middlesex County Abolition and the Transfer of Its Functions, Assets and Liabilities to the 
Commonwealth. 1998 17 p. No. 98-5059-3 983/367 

Millbury Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0724-3 982/201 

Monson Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 
98-0726-3 982/202 

Montague Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0727-3 983/368 

Needham Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 6 p. No. 98-0731-3 

981/294 

Newburyport Housing Authority for the period April 1 , 1997 to March 31,1 998. 1 998 2 p. No. 
98-0734-3 983/369 

North Adams Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98- 
0738-3 982/203 

North Brookfield Housing Authority January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98- 
0901-3 983/370 

Northwestern District - District Attorney's Office. 1998 2 p. No. 98-6003-9 981/295 

Open Pantry Commimity Services, Inc. January 1, 1995 to December 31, 1996. 1997 9 p. No. 
97-4375-3 981/296 

Orange Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 3 p. No. 98-0749-3 
981/297 

Palmer Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 
98-0752-3 982/204 



Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

Peabody Housing Authority for the period July 1. 1996 to June 30. 1997. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0754-3 981/298 

Plymouth Area Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. 1998 29 p. No. 97-4374-3 984/ 

Raynham Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 5 p. No. 98-0903-3 

983/371 

Rockland Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. No. 98- 
0766-3 981/299 

Rowley Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0768-3 982/205 

School Building Assistance Program at the Department of Education. 1998 19 p. No. 97-0157-3 

983/372 

Shelbume Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30. 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0879-3 984/284 

Shrewsbury Housing Authority for the period April 1 , 1 997 to March 3 1 , 1 998. 1 998 2 p. 
No. 99-0776-3 984/285 

Somerville Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 2 p. 
No. 99-0778-3 984/286 

State College and University Compliance with Admission Standards and Remedial Education 
Enrollment Policies. 1998 8 p. No. 99-5068-3 984/287 

Sutton Housing Authority for the period April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 98- 
0791-3 983/373 

Swampscott Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30. 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0792-3 982/206 

Templeton Housing Authority January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98-0872-3 
982/207 

Topsfield Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30. 1997. 1998 4 p. No. 98-0859-3 
984/288 

Trial Court Financial and Management Controls Over the Receipting. Accounting, and Reporting 
ofBail Funds. 1998 21 p. No. 97-5049-3 984/289 



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Department of the State Auditor, P, continued 

University of Massachusetts System. 1998 56 p. No. 96-5213-3 981/300 

The Vinfen Corporation. 1998 24 p. No. 96-4050-3 981/301 

Wareham Housing Authority. 1998 7 p. No. 98-0803-3 984/290 

Water Resources Authority Inter-Island Tunnel from Nut Island to Deer Island March 31, 1991 
to August 31, 1997. 1998 20 p. No. 97-4053-3 982/208 

Webster Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1997 3 p. No. 98-0807-3 
981/302 

Wenham Housing Authority for the period January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 2 p. 
No. 98-0832-3 983/374 

West Boylston Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98- 
1278-3 982/209 

West Brookfield Housing Authority January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 3 p. No. 98- 
1294-3 983/375 

Weymouth Housing Authority. 1998 9 p. No. 98-0815-3 983/376 

Whitman Housing Authority for the period July 1, 1997 to June 30, 1998. 1998 2 p. No. 99- 
0817-3 984/291 

Wilbraham Housing Authority April 1, 1 996 to March 3 1 , 1997. 1998 4 p. No. 98-0818-3 
982/210 

Williamstown Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 
2 p. No. 98-0988-3 982/211 

Wilmington Housing Authority for the period October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1997 2 p. 
No. 98-0819-3 981/303 

Winthrop Housmg Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1996. 1998 6 p. No. 98-0822-3 
981/304 

SA 

Abington Housing Authority January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 26 p. No. 98-3007-8 
984/292 



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Department of the State Auditor, SA, continued 

Acton Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 33 p. No. 98-3039-8 
982/212 

Adams Housing Authority July 1, 1994 to June 30, 1997. 1998 29 p. No. 98-3055-8 983/377 

Arlington Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 28 p. No. 98-3066- 
8 984/293 

Avon Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 25 p. No. 98-3031-8 983/378 

Barnstable Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 43 p. No. 98-3035- 
8 982/213 

Bellingham Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31. 1996. 1998 34 p. No. 98-3078-8 

982/214 

Bellingham Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 33 p. No. 98-3028-8 

982/215 

Belmont Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98-3004-8 
983/379 

Braintree Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 30 p. No. 98-3053-8 
982/216 

Bridgewater Housing Authority January 1. 1997 to December 31. 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98- 
3077-8 984/294 

Brockton Redevelopment Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30. 1997. 1998 20 p. No. 98-3052-8 
982/217 

Brookline Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31. 1997. 1998 38 p. No. 98-3040-8 
982/218 

Burlington Housing Authorit>' January 1, 1996 to December 31. 1996. 1998 36 p. No. 98-3019- 
8 982/219 

Chelsea Housing Authorit>' January 1 , 1 996 to December 3 1 , 1 996. 1998 50 p. No. 98-3020-8 

982/220 

Chelsea Housing Authority Januar\' 1. 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 40 p. No. 98-3067-8 

984/ 



Department of the State Auditor, SA, continued 

Chicopee Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 30 p. No. 98-3056-8 
983/380 

Clinton Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98-3054-8 983/381 

Concord Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 32 p. No. 98-3076-8 
983/382 

Danvers Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 5 p. No. 98-3050-8 983/383 

Dartmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 24 p. No. 98-3051-8 
983/384 

Dedham Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 30 p. No. 98-3059-8 
983/385 

Easton Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 33 p. No. 98-3057-8 

982/221 

Everett Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98-3073-8 
984/296 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 48 p. No. 98-3027-8 
982/222 

Fall River Housing Authority April 1, 1997 to March 31, 1998. 1998 43 p. No. 99-301 1-8 
984/297 

Falmouth Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 29 p. No. 98-3044-8 
983/386 

Fitchburg Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 37 p. No. 97-3081- 
8 982/223 

Framingham Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 40 p. No. 98- 
3029-8 982/224 

Gardner Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 29 p. No. 98-3046-8 
984/298 

Haverhill Housing Authority April 1, 196 to March 31, 1997. 1998 38 p. No. 98-3065-8 
982/226 



Department of the State Auditor, SA, continued 

Holbrook Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 26 p. No. 98-301 1-8 
984/299 

Hudson Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 31 p. No. 98-3070-8 
984/300 

Lynn Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 67 p. No. 98-3043-8 
984/301 

Maiden Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 34 p. No. 98-3005-8 
984/302 

Mansfield Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98-3012- 
8 984/303 

Melrose Housing Authority January 1, 1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98-3006-8 
984/304 

Memorial Parish House Limited Partnership December 28, 1994 to September 30, 1997. 1998 
13 p. No. 98-3049-1 982/227 

Milford Housing Authority April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996. 1998 35 p. No. 98-3047-8 
984/305 

Milford Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 35 p. No. 98-3081-8 
984/306 

New Bedford Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 46 p. No. 98- 
3025-8 982/228 

Newton Housing Authority January 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996. 1998 38 p. No. 98-3030-8 
982/229 

Oxford Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 27 p. No. 98-3072-8 983/387 

Pembroke Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 28 p. No. 98-3002-8 
983/388 

Pittsfield Housing Authority July 1. 1996 to June 30. 1997. 1998 32 p. No. 98-3042-8 
983/389 

Revere Housing Authority April 1. 1996 to March 31. 1997. 1998 42 p. No. 98-3041-8 
983/390 



Department of the State Auditor, SA, continued 

Rockport Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 26 p. No. 98-3061-8 
983/391 

Salem Housing Authority October L 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 31 p. No. 98-3062-8 
984/308 

Springfield Housing Associates, Inc., April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 14 p. No. 98- 
3038-1 982/230 

Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 45 p. No. 98-3022-8 
982/231 

Stoughton Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 28 p. No. 98-3010-8 
984/309 

Wakefield Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 30 p. No. 98-3048-8 
983/392 

Ware Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 23 p. No. 98-3063-8 984/310 

Wayland Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 30 p. No. 98-3015-8 
983/393 

West Springfield Housing Authority April 1, 1996 to March 31, 1997. 1998 33 p. No. 97-3074- 
8 982/232 

Westfield Housing Authority April 1, 1 997 to March 3 1 , 1998. 1998 24 p. No. 98-3075-8 
984/311 

Winchendon Housing Authority October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997. 1998 30 p. No. 98- 
3069-8 984/312 

Winchester Housing Authority July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1997. 1998 26 p. No. 98-3003-8 
983/394 

Worcester Housing Authority April 1, 1 996 to March 3 1 , 1997. 1998 47 p. No. 98-3064-8 
983/395 



Department of the State Treasurer 

Room 227, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

*$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1998, Series A, New Issue, 
Dated: January 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary.] 981/305 



Department of the State Treasurer, continued 

*$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1998, Series B. 1998 [var. pag.] 
[♦Preliminary] 982/233 

$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1998, Series A, Dated: January 
1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/306 

$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1998, Series B, Dated: April 1, 
1998. 1998 [var. pag.] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 984/313 

$250,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1998, Series B, New Issue, Dated: 
April 30, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/234 

$294,695,000 Special Obligation Revenue Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series A, Dated: 
October 2, 1997. 1998 [var. pag.] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 983/396 

$499,520,000 General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Variable Rate Demand Bonds), 
$249,760,000 1998 Series; $249,760,000 1998 Series B. Dated: September 2, 1998. 1998 [var. 
pag.] 983/397 

$500,000,000 General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1998, Series C, Dated: August 
15,1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/398 

$600,000,000 Federal Highway Grant Anticipation Notes 1998 Series A, Delivered: June 30, 
1998. 1998 [var. pag.] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 983/399 

General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, College Opportunity Bonds, Series B, 
Dated: August 1, 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] [This pubhcation is commonly called "The Bible".] 
981/307 

General Obligation Bonds Consolidated Loan of 1997, Series B, Dated: June 1, 1997. 1997 
[var. pag.] [This publication is commonly called "The Bible".] 981/308 

Letter to Acting Governor Cellucci Regarding Big Dig Financing. 1998 6 p. 981/309 

Saving Makes "Cents": Teacher's Manual, n.d. [var. pag.] 984/314 

Deferred Compensation Plan 

Newsletter, Fourth Quarter 1997. 1997 4 p. 981/310 

Newsletter, First Quarter 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/235 

Newsletter, Second Quarter 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/400 



Department of the State Treasurer, Deferred Compensation Plan , continued 
Newsletter, Third Quarter 1998. 1998 4 p. 984/315 



Department of Transitional Assistance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1 109, Boston, MA 02108 

FY'97 Report on Standard Budgets of Assistance for the Transitional Aid to Families with 
Dependent Children Program, n.d. 16 p. 983/401 



Department of Veterans' Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1002, Boston, MA 02202 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 2, Issue 1, Spring 1995. 1995 7 p. 983/402 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 2, Issue 2, Summer 1995. 1995 7 p. 983/403 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 2, Issue 3, Fall 1995. 1995 7 p. 983/404 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 2, Issue 4, Winter 1995. 1995 7 p. 983/405 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 3, Issue 2, Summer 1996. 1996 7 p. 983/406 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 3, Issue 4, Wmter 1 996. 1996 7 p. 983/407 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 4, Issue 1, Spring 1997. 1997 7 p. 983/408 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 4, Issue 2, Fall 1997. 1997 7 p. 983/409 

The Commonwealth Veteran, Volume 4, Issue 3, Winter 1997. 1997 7 p. 983/410 

Massachusetts Veterans' Memorial Cemeteries: Application & General Eligibility Criteria for 
Interment. 1998 3 p. 983/411 

Designer Selection Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1610, Boston, MA 02202 

Public Notice, List #98- 1 . 1 998 45 p. 981/311 
Public Notice, List #98-2. 1998 32 p. 981/312 



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Development Finance Agency 

75 Federal Street Boston, MA 02210 

MASS.MEANS, Volume 1, Issue 4, Winter 1997/98. 1997 8 p. 981/313 
Predevelopment Assistance Program, n.d. 2 p. 982/236 



Developmental Disabilities Council 

175 Portland Street, Boston, MA 021 14 

Disability in the Cape Verdean Community: An Analysis of Health Care Services. By William 
Sanchez and Dawn M. Thomas 1997 9 p. [Study funded by the Council and prepared by the 
authors at Northeastern University.] 981/314 

Employing Family Directed Support Workers: Taxation and Liability Issues. By Leonard 
Viscito n.d. 33 p. [Study funded by the Coimcil and prepared by the author at Berkshire Family 
and Individual Resources, Inc.] 981/315 

Fact Sheet. 1997 3 p. 981/316 

Families Joining Together, Recruiting and Sharing Respite Providers: A How to Guide, n.d. 
[var. pag.] [This publication is also available in Spanish. It was sponsored by: Berkshire Family 
& Individual Resources, Inc.] 984/3 1 6 

Guide to Services for Children with Disabilities, n.d. 55 p. [Prepared by: Jewish Family 
Services of Metrowest.] 984/3 1 7 

How to Revitalize Your Day Program: A Clinical Perspective (Integrated Therapeutic Services 
in Programs for Aduhs with Developmental Disabilities). By Molly Campbell and Veronica C. 
Anastasio 1997 145 p. 981/317 

Index of State Programs Serving People with Developmental Disabilities in Massachusetts. 1 998 
64 p. 982/237 

Mission Statement. 1997 2 p. 981/318 

The Power to Choose: A Study of Flexible Supports for Families Caring for Persons with 
Developmental Disabilities. By Ruth 1. Freedman and Nancy J. Capobianco 1998 [var. pag.] 
983/412 

State Plan FFY 1998 - 2000, Summary Version. 1998 18 p. 982/238 



Developmental Disabilities Council, continued 

To Whom Do I Turn? An Assessment of Supports Available for Women with Developmental 
Disabihties and Breast Cancer. By Dania Jekel and Kerryn Shean 1 997 [var. pag.] [Study 
funded by the Council and prepared by the authors at Newton Wellesley Committee for 
Community Living, Inc . ] 981/319 

Boston Self Help Center 

18 Williston Road, Brookline, MA 02446 

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: An Introductory Reader, n.d. [var. pag.] 984/3 1 8 

Disability Law Center 

22 Green Street, Northampton, MA 01060 

Basic Health Care Advocacy. By Stefanie L. Krantz 1997 118 p. [Manual funded by the 
Council.] 981/320 

Regina Villa Associates, Inc. 

145 Tremont Street, 7th floor, Boston, MA 021 1 1-1208 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 3, Issue 1, Winter 1998. 1998 6 p. 981/321 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 3, Issue 2, Spring 1998. 1998 6 p. 982/239 

Legislative Advocacy Program Update, Volume 3, Issue 2, Fall 1998. 1998 6 p. 984/319 

Statewide Independent Living Council; Minority Outreach Project 

MulticulturaUsm and Independent Living: Leadership and Outreach. 1997 23 p. 984/320 



Diabetes Control Program 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Diabetes and Your Feet. n.d. 1 p. [There is an English, Haitian Creole and Spanish edition.] 
981/322 

Diabetes: Are You at Risk? n.d. 1 p. [There is an English, Haitian Creole and Spanish edition.] 
981/323 

Diabetes Can Harm Your Vision, n.d. 1 p. [There is an English, Haitian Creole and Spanish 
edition.] 981/324 



Displaced Persons Protection Commission 

99 Bedford Street, Room 200, Boston, MA 021 1 1-2217 

Abuse Prevention Task Force Speakers' Bureau, n.d. 2 p. 981/325 



Division of Administrative Law Appeals 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 904, Boston, MA 02202 

Capital Construction Cases Status Report: Cases Closed. 1997 7 p. 981/326 
Capital Construction Cases Status Report: Cases Opened. 1997 7 p. 981/327 

Division of Banks and Loan Agencies 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

#096-222; Opinion: Cityscape Corp. 1998 1 p. 983/413 

#097-037; Opinion: Dale Mortgage Bankers Corp. 1997 1 p. 981/327A 

#097-047; Opinion: Worker's Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 981/328 

#097-053; Opinion: United Co-operative Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/329 

#097-057; Opinion: Kursman & Eisenberg, LLP. 1997 2 p. 981/330 

#097-072; Opinion: Community Bank League of New England. 1997 2 p. 981/331 

#097-075; Opinion: Security Federal Bank. 1997 1 p. 981/332 

#097-077; Opinion: Litchfield Financial Corporation. 1997 1 p. 981/333 

#097-082; Opinion: Winnick, Ruben & Chambers, LLC. 1997 2 p. 981/334 

#097-087; Opinion: Partridge Snow & Hahn. 1997 2 p. 981/335 

#097-088; Opinion: Brockton Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 981/336 

#097-092; Opinion: Crescent Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 981/337 

#097-101; Opinion: Mr. Payroll Corp. 1997 2 p. 981/338 

#097-105; Opinion: Universal Premium Acceptance Corporation. 1997 1 p. 981/339 

#097-107; Opinion: Porsche Credit Corporation. 1997 2 p. 981/340 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#097-1 10; Opinion: Carl I. Brown Mortgage. 1997 2 p. 981/341 

#097-1 14; Opinion: United Cooperative Bank. 1997 1 p. 981/342 

#097-116; Opinion: Compass Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/343 

#097-118; Opinion: Massachusetts Mortgage Association. 1997 2 p. 981/344 

#097-121; Opinion: Kirkpatrick & Lockhart LLP. 1997 1 p. 981/345 

#097-127; Opinion: The Community Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/346 

#097-128; Opinion: United Cooperative Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/347 

#097-131; Opinion: EDS Financial & Insurance Services. 1997 1 p. 981/348 

#097-134; Opinion: Commerce Bank & Trust Company. 1997 2 p. 981/349 

#097-136; Opinion: Springfield Teacher's Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 981/350 

#097-139; Opinion: Construction Lending Corporation. 1997 2 p. 981/351 

#097-141; Opinion: William J. McNulty, Jr. 1997 2 p. 981/352 

#097-143; Opinion: Barrett & McNagny. 1997 2 p. 982/239A 

#097-144; Opinion: Cape Cod Bank and Trust Company. 1997 3 p. 982/239B 

#097-154; Opinion: WFS Financial. 1997 2 p. 981/356 

#097-155; Opinion: Cambridgeport Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/357 

#097-158; Opinion: POS Check Issuing Machine. 1997 2 p. [This opinion is a memorandum.] 
982/240 

#097-159; Opinion: Plymouth Capital Company, Inc. 1997 1 p. 981/358 

#097-160; Opinion: St. Mary's Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 981/359 

#097-161; Opinion: Estate Recoveries, Inc. 1997 2 p. 981/360 

#097-162; Opinion: Commercial Credit Corporation. 1997 2 p. 981/361 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#097-163; Opinion: Dean Witter, Discover & Co. 1997 2 p. 981/362 
#097-167; Opinion: St. Mary's Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 981/363 
#097-168; Opinion: Partridge, Snow & Hahn. 1998 4 p. 983/415 
#097-171; Opinion: Nicholas D. Valorie. 1997 2 p. 981/364 

#097-173; Opinion: Commissioner of Banks, State of Connecticut. 1997 2 p. 982/241 
#097-174; Opinion: East Cambridge Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/365 
#097-175; Opinion: Consumer Federation of America. 1997 2 p. 981/366 
#097-176; Opinion: Central Credit Union Fund. 1997 2 p. 982/242 
#097-177; Opinion: Law Enforcement System, Inc. 1997 2 p. 981/367 
#097-178; Opinion: AmerUs Mortgage, Inc. 1997 2 p. 981/368 
#097-179; Opinion: Melia & Osol. 1997 2 p. 981/369 
#097-180; Opinion: ATM Innovations, Inc. 1997 2 p. 981/370 
#097-181; Opinion: Brian P. Richards. 1997 2 p. 982/243 
#097-188; Opinion: Public Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/371 
#097-193; Opinion: Andrew Shabshelowitz. 1997 2 p. 981/372 
#097-194; Opinion: Daubert Law Firm. 1997 2 p. 982/244 
#097-195; Opinion: Nicholas D. Valorie. 1997 2 p. 981/373 
#097-196; Opinion: Charter Bank. 1997 2 p. 981/374 
#097-197; Opinion: US Trust Bank. 1997 1 p. 982/245 
#097-199; Opinion: CFX Mortgage. 1997 2 p. 982/246 
#097-198; Opinion: Sandler O'Neill & Partners, L. P. 1998 2 p. 984/321 
#097-200; Opinion: Ocean West Funding. 1997 2 p. 982/247 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#097-201; Opinion: East Cambridge Savings Bank. 1997 2 p. 982/248 
#097-202; Opinion: Crescent Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 982/249 
#097-203; Opinion: Banknorth Group, Inc. 1997 2 p. 982/250 
#097-204; Opinion: Bingham Dana LLP. 1997 2 p. 982/251 
#097-207; Opinion: Norwest Financial, Inc. 1997 2 p. 982/252 
#097-208; Opinion: Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll. 1997 2 p. 982/253 
#097-209; Opinion: DiTech Funding Corporation. 1997 2 p. 982/253 A 
#097-210; Opinion: Constitutional Financial Service Co. 1997 2 p. 982/254 
#097-211; Opinion: Massachusetts Bankers Association. 1998 1 p. 983/416 
#097-212; Opinion: Debt Control Center, Inc. 1997 1 p. 982/255 
#097-215; Opinion: Worker's Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 982/256 
#097-216; Opinion: Casey and Thompson, P.C. 1997 2 p. 982/257 
#097-217; Opinion: EAA Capital Company, L.L.C. 1997 2 p. 982/258 
#097-218; Opinion: Osbom Maledon. 1997 2 p. 982/259 
#097-219; Opinion: American Money Centers, Inc. 1997 2 p. 982/260 
#097-220; Opinion: Associated Credit Services, Inc. 1997 1 p. 982/261 
#097-221; Opinion: Stonebridge Funding Corp. 1997 1 p. 982/262 
#097-222; Opinion: Anna M. Sorgi, LLP. 1997 2 p. 982/263 
#097-224; Opinion: CU Cooperative Systems, Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/417 
#097-226; Opinion: Harvard University Employees' Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 982/264 
#097-227; Opinion: California Corporate Development. 1997 1 p. 982/265 
#097-229; Opinion: Chelms Credit Union. 1997 2 p. 982/266 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#097-233; Opinion: Carvin. Delaney & Bryson. 1997 1 p. 982/267 

#097-234; Opinion: Massachusetts Mortgage Association. 1998 2 p. 983/418 

#097-235; Opinion: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. 1998 2 p. 983/419 

#097-236; Opinion: Sherin and Lodgen LLP. 1997 2 p. 982/268 

#097-237; Opinion: Medford Bank. 1997 2 p. 982/269 

#097-238; Opinion: Municipal Tax Bureau. 1997 2 p. 982/270 

#097-241; Opinion: Commonwealth Information Services, Inc. 1997 1 p. 982/271 

#097-242; Opinion: Municipal Services Bureau. 1998 2 p. 983/420 

#097-243; Opinion: Credit Corp. of New England. 1997 1 p. 982/272 

#097-245; Opinion: Compass Bank. 1997 2 p. 982/273 

#097-246; Opinion: Commercial Credit. 1998 1 p. 983/421 

#097-247; Opinion: GM AC Mortgage. 1997 2 p. 982/274 

#097-249; Opinion: Postal Inspector (Zondrus V. Webb, dba Consumers Financial Association). 
1998 2 p. 983/422 

#097-252; Opinion: Accelerated Bureau of Collections. Inc. 1997 2 p. 982/275 

#097-254; Opinion: Fall River Five Cents Savings Bank. 1998 2 p. 984/322 

#097-255; Opinion: Thrifty Financial Services, Inc. 1998 1 p. 983/423 

#097-258; Opinion: Girosol. 1998 2 p. 983/424 

#097-259; Opinion: Samboy Financial. Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/425 

#097-260; Opinion: PinnFund. USA. 1998 3 p. 983/426 

#097-261; Opinion: Citicorp Services, Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/427 

#097-263; Opinion: Abacus Financial Corporation. 1998 2 p. 983/428 

#097-264; Opinion: City of Boston Credit Union. 1998 2 p. 983/429 



Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#097-266; Opinion: Smith Barney Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/430 
#097-267; Opinion: Cash America International, Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/431 
#097-269; Opinion: Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe. 1998 2 p. 983/432 
#097-273; Opinion: Healey & Healey. 1998 2 p. 983/433 
#098-002; Opinion: Providence Capital Group, Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/434 
#098-003; Opinion: MBNA America Bank. 1998 2 p. 983/435 
#098-004; Opinion: Volvo Finance North America, Inc. 1998 2 p. 983/436 
#098-017; Opinion: Workers' Credit Union. 1998 2 p. 984/323 
#098-019; Opinion: Wainwright Bank & Trust Company. 1998 2 p. 984/324 
#098-021; Opinion: RE/MAX Teamwork Realty. 1998 2 p. 983/437 
#098-023; Opinion: Wes-tem Equity Services, Inc. 1998 2 p. 984/325 
#098-026; Opinion: Asian American Bank & Trust Company. 1998 2 p. 983/438 
#098-027; Opinion: Cape Cod Bank and Trust Company. 1998 2 p. 984/326 
#098-028; Opinion: First Franklin Financial Corporation. 1998 2 p. 983/439 
#098-029; Opinion: Firstplus Financial, Inc. 1998 1 p. 983/440 
#098-040; Opinion: Mayer, Brown & Piatt. 1998 2 p. 984/327 
#098-047; Opinion: Southbridge Savings Bank. 1998 2 p. 984/328 
#098-048; Opinion: Dun & Bradstreet. 1998 2 p. 984/329 
#098-050; Opinion: Filter Fresh. 1998 2 p. 984/330 
#098-051; Opinion: Citizens-Union Savings Bank. 1998 2 p. 983/441 
#098-053; Opinion: First Street Mortgage Corp. 1998 1 p. 984/331 

#098-058; Opinion: Veterans Benefits Clearinghouse Mortgage Corporation. 1998 2 p. 

983/442 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 
#098-063; Opinion: Commerce Bank. 1998 2 p. 983/443 
#098-60; Opinion: Stoneham Co-operative Bank. 1998 2 p. 984/332 
#098-65; Opinion: Community Bank League of New England. 1998 2 p. 984/333 
#098-67; Opinion: ReliaStar Financial Corp. 1998 2 p. 984/334 
#098-68; Opinion: Standard Funding Corp. 1998 2 p. 984/335 
#098-69; Opinion: USTrust. 1998 2 p. 984/336 
#098-72; Opinion: Access Capital Strategies Corp. 1998 2 p. 984/337 
#098-73; Opinion: Green Tree Financial Corporation. 1998 2 p. 984/338 
#098-76; Opinion: McGlinchey Stafford. 1998 2 p. 984/339 
#098-79; Opinion: Caribbean Airmail, Inc. 1998 2 p. 984/340 
#098-81; Opinion: Westfield Bank. 1998 2 p. 984/341 
#098-85; Opinion: Quincy Municipal Credit Union. 1998 2 p. 984/342 
#098-86; Opinion: Robert E. Link, P. C. 1998 2 p. 984/343 
#098-89; Opinion: Thomas Cook Group (Canada) Limited. 1998 2 p. 984/344 
#098-90; Opinion: Fleet Home Equity USA, Inc. 1998 1 p. 984/345 
#098-93; Opinion: The Money Store Auto Finance, Inc. 1998 2 p. 984/346 
#098-099; Opinion: First National Bank of South Dakota. 1998 2 p. 984/347 
#098-103; Opinion: Graham & James, LLP. 1998 2 p. 984/348 
#098-1 11; Opinion: Bank of Yorba Linda. 1998 1 p. 984/349 
#098-1 12; Opinion: New York Bay Capital. Inc. 1998 2 p. 984/350 
#098-113; Opinion: Fremont Investment & Loan. 1998 2 p. 984/351 
#098-1 16; Opinion: Alternative Lending Capital. 1998 2 p. 984/352 



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Division of Banks and Loan Agencies, continued 

#098-1 17; Opinion: Credit Information Bureau, Inc. 1998 2 p. 984/353 

#098-120; Opinion: PSB Lending Corp. 1998 2 p. 984/354 

#098-121; Opinion: Leerink Swann & Co. 1998 2 p. 984/355 

#098-124; Opinion: FIRSTPLUS Bank. 1998 2 p. 984/356 

#098-127; Opinion: Bingham Dana LLP. 1998 2 p. 984/357 

#098-131; Opinion: Credit Card Rehabilitation Master Trust. 1998 2 p. 984/358 

#098-133; Opinion: Dylan Cadwalader. 1998 2 p. 984/359 

#098-152; Opinion: American International Group, Inc. 1998 2 p. 984/360 

Bi-Annual Credit Card Issuer's Report, Pursuant to MGL c.l40 s.l 14c as of June 30, 1997. 1997 
13 p. 981/375 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 4th Quarter, 1 997. 1 997 1 5 p. 98 1 /376 

Digest of Selected Opinions First Quarter, 1 998. 1 998 11 p. 983/444 

Digest of Selected Opinions, 2nd Quarter 1998. 1998 9 p. 983/445 

The Indicator, Fall 1998. 1998 8 p. 984/361 

List of Legal Investments Pursuant to General Laws, Chapter 167 Section 15 A, as of July 1, 
1998. 1998 14 p. 983/446 

Memorandum: #098-034. 1998 1 p. 983/447 

Memorandum: Opinion No. 98-0-83; Aggregate Loan Limitations of One Member of a Credit 
Union. 1998 1 p. 984/362 

Memorandum: Request for Opinion 98-01 4-Availability of Appraisal Report. 1998 1 p. 
983/448 

Regulatory Bulletin Manual. 1998 1 14 p. [This replaces the Administrative Bulletin manual; the 
manual has been recodified and contains a historical digest of opinions prior to 1992.] 982/276 

Semi-Annual Credit Card Issuer's Report as of December 3 1 , 1997. 1997 44 p. 982/277 

Subprime Lending. 1997 4 p. 981/377 



Division of Bank and Loan Agencies, continued 

Compliance & Community Affairs Section 
TheCRAAdvisor, Winter 1998. 1998 8 p. 981/378 
The CRAAdvison Spring 1998. 1998 10 p. 982/278 
TheCRAAdvisor, Summer 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/449 



Division of Capital Asset Management 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1611. Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency was formerly called the Division of Capital Planning and Operations. 



Office of Real Estate 
Real Property Report (Includes maps). 1998 173 p. 984/363 



Division of Capital Planning & Operations 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency has changed its name to Division of Capital Asset Management. 

Annual Production Report FY98. 1998 [unpaged] 982/279 

Floor by Floor Indoor Air Quality Assessment for the Saltonstall Building. 1 995 [var. pag.] 
Project No. 40445 981/379 

Sprayed-On Asbestos Ceiling and Beam Coverings at the Saltonstall Building. 1985 24 p. 
[Prepared by: Massachusetts Division of Occupational Hygiene.] 981/380 

Office of Facilities Management 

Essex County Modular Correctional Facility, Middleton, MA: Final Environmental Impact 
Report. 1991 [var. pag.] EOEA #7887 984/364 



Division of Employment and Training 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02114 

Economic Research Office 
Medical Security Plan, Quarterly Update, January 1998. 1998 1 p. 982/280 



Division of Employment and Training, Economic Research Office , continued 
MedicalSecurityPlan, Quarterly Update, April 1998. 1998 1 p. 982/281 
Quarterly Trust Fund Report, January 15, 1998. 1998 7 p. 981/381 
Quarteriy Trust Fund Report April 1998. 1998 6 p. 982/1 1 1 
Quarterly Trust Fund Report, August 1998. 1998 6 p. 983/450 
Quarteriy Trust Fund Report, October 1998. 1998 6 p. 984/365 



Division of Energy Resources 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Before March 1st, The Only Control You Had Over Your Electricity Was to Turn It Off. 1998 
3 p. [This document was a supplement in the Boston Globe on June 7, 1 998.] 982/282 



Division of Fisheries & Wildlife 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1994. 1998 50 p. 981/382 

Annual Report 1995. 1998 50 p. 982/283 

Annual Report 1996. n.d. 51 p. 982/284 

Aquatic Resource Education Program, n.d. 2 p. 981/383 

Best Bets for Bass 1997. 199 2 p. 981/384 

Biodiversity Initiative Program Statement (Draft). 1998 5 p. 981/385 

The Black Bear in Massachusetts. 1976 113 p. 981/386 

The Black-Capped Chickadee, n.d. 3 p. 981/387 

Bluebirds! n.d 7 p. 981/388 

Division ofFisheries& Wildlife, n.d. 3 p. 981/389 

Don't Forget the Bullheads, n.d. 3 p. 981/390 

The Eastern Coyote in Massachusetts, n.d. 3 p. 981/391 



Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, continued 

Fish Massachusetts. 1990 31 p. 981/392 

IfYou Care, Leave Them There!: Young Wildlife Belongs in the Wild. 1993 2 p. [Published in 
cooperation with the University of Massachusetts Cooperative Extension System.] 981/393 

Land Protection Program Description, n.d. 1 p. 981/394 

Mandate, Structure and Goals. 1988 13 p. 981/395 

Manual for the Issuance of Sporting, Hunting, Fishing & Trapping Licenses for 1998. 1998 
31 p. 981/396 

Massachusetts Saltwater Sportfishing Guide. 1997 44 p. 981/397 

Planning a Career in Fish and Wildlife Management, n.d. 3 p. 981/398 

Raccoon Roundworm. 1994 2 p. 981/399 

The Ring-Necked Pheasant, n.d. 3 p. 981/400 

Shad in Massachusetts, n.d. 3 p. 981/401 

Trapping and Furbearer Management Regulations 1997/98. n.d. 2 p. 981/402 

Trout Stocked Waters 1998. 1998 2 p. 981/403 

The Use of Water Flow Devices in Addressing Flooding Problems Caused by Beaver in 
Massachusetts. By Susan Langlois and Thomas Decker 1997 16 p. 981/404 

White-Tailed Deer in Massachusetts, n.d 3 p. 981/405 

Who's in That Box? The Wood Duck in Massachusetts, n.d. 3 p. 981/406 

The Wild Turkey in Massachusetts, n.d. 3 p. 981/407 

Wildlife Facts for Cub Scouts, n.d. 5 p. 981/408 

Wildlife Sanctuaries. By Marilyn W. Komins 1979 47 p. 981/409 

Yellow Perch in Massachusetts, n.d. 4 p. 982/285 



Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, continued 

Field Headquarters 

1 Rabbit Hill Road, Marlborough, MA 01581 

Becoming an Outdoorswoman. 1998 2 p. 981/410 

Beavers in Massachusetts: Natural History, Benefits and Ways to Resolve Conflicts Between 
People and Beavers. By Scott Jackson and Thomas Decker n.d. 16 p. [Produced in cooperation 
with University of Massachusetts Extension.] 981/411 

Birds ofthe Bolton Flats Wildlife Management Area. n.d. 2 p. 981/412 

Boxes for Wood Ducks, n.d. 4 p. 981/413 

Co-Existing with Black Bears in Massachusetts, n.d. 12 p. [Produced in cooperation with 
University of Massachusetts.] 981/414 

The Eagle in Massachusetts, n.d. 2 p. 981/415 

Hunting Restrictions in Some Massachusetts Communities. 1997 3 p. 981/416 

Massachusetts Fresh Water Sportfishing Records. 1997 1 p. 981/417 



Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 46, no. 1, 1996. 1996 37 p, 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 46, no. 3, 1996. 1996 37 p. 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 46, no. 4, 1996. 1996 37 p, 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 47, no. 4, 1997. 1997 37 p 

Massachusetts Wildlife, vol. 48, no. 1, 1998. 1998 37 p 

Massachusetts Wildhfe, vol. 48, no. 2, 1998. 1998 37 p 



981/418 
981/419 
981/420 
981/421 
982/286 
982/287 



MDFW Land Acquisition Program or "Why Do I Have to Pay Five Bucks for This Stamp?", n.d. 
2 p. 981/422 

Migratory Bird Regulations 1997/98. 1997 2 p. 981/423 

Moving Wild Animals is Against the Law. n.d. 1 p. [Produced in cooperation with University 
of Massachusetts.] 981/424 

Pheasant Stocked Areas for 1997. 1997 1 p. 981/425 



Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, Field Headquarters , continued 

Pond Maps: A Listing, n.d. 2 p. 981/426 

Snakes: A Guide. By Scott Jackson and Peter Mirick n.d. 20 p. [Produced in cooperation with 
University of Massachusetts.] 981/427 

Sportfishing Awards Program: List of Weigh Stations Sorted by District and Town 1997. 1997 
3 p. 981/428 

Traps, Trapping and Furbearing Management in Massachusetts, n.d. 2 p. 981/429 

The Wildlands Stamp Program 5 Years and 10,000 Acres: Towns in Which MDFW Acquired 
Land Using Wildlands Funds 1992-1996 (A MAP). 1996 12 p. 981/430 

Wildlife Restoration in Massachusetts, n.d. 2 p. 981/431 



Division of Food and Drugs 

305 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Food Protection Program 
The Reporter, Issue 98-1, Spring/Summer 1998. 1998 30 p. 983/451 
The Reporter, Volume 18, Issue 98-2, Auttimn 1998. 1998 40 p. 984/366 

Division of Forests and Parks 

100 Cambridge Street. Boston, MA 02202 

Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts, n.d. 2 p. 982/288 

Fall River Heritage State Park. 1995 2 p. 982/289 

How You Can Protect the Dunes, n.d. 2 p. 982/290 

Lawrence Heritage State Park. 1995 2 p. 982/291 

Nickerson State Paik. n.d. 2 p. 982/292 

Norwottuck Rail Trail: Connecticut River Greenway State Park. n.d. 2 p. 982/293 



Division of Forest and Parks, continued 

Urban Forestry Program 

Community Trees and Forests: Making Our Cities and Towns Better Places to Live and Worlc. 
n.d. 2 p. 982/294 

Division of Health Care Finance and Policy 

Two Boylston Street, Boston, MA 021 16 

Healthpoint, vol. 1, no. 1, March 1996. 1996 4 p. [This is the first edition.] 982/295 

Healthpoint, vol. 1, no. 2, June 1996. 1996 4 p. 982/296 

Healthpoint, vol. 2, no. 1, September 1996. 1996 4 p. 982/297 

Healthpoint,vol. 2,no. 2,January 1997. 1997 4 p. 982/298 

Healthpoint,vol.2,no. 3,Marchl997. 1997 4p. 982/299 

Healthpoint, vol. 2, no. 4, June 1997. 1997 4 p. 982/300 

Healthpoint, vol. 3, no. 1, September 1997. 1997 4 p. 982/301 

Healthpoint, vol. 3, no. 2, December 1997. 1997 4 p. 982/302 

Healthpoint, vol. 3, no. 3, April 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/303 

Healthpoint, No. 10, July 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/452 

Health Insurance Status of Massachusetts Residents. 1998 38 p. 984/367 

HMO Rate Analysis: 1997 Spending, Unit Cost and Utilization. By Sara Kerr Iselin and Boyd 
Oilman 1998 90 p. 984/368 

The Impact of Medicare Provisions in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 on Massachusetts Health 
Care Providers, Consumers and Medicaid. 1998 88 p. [This was a report to the Senate Committee 
on Ways and Means, House Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on Health Care.] 
982/304 

Increasing Health Insurance Coverage for the Working Uninsured. 1998 74 p. [Prepared by: 
Michael Rothman.] 982/305 

Preventable Hospitalization in Massachusetts FY'95 & '96. 1998 50 p. 983/453 



Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, continued 
Preventable Hospitalization in Massachusetts Update for FY'95 & '96. 1998 56 p. 983/454 



Division of Health Care Quality 

10 West Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Nursing Home Information for Consumers: State-Wide Survey. 1998 48 p. [This performance 
tool is also available on the World Wide Web at: http://www.state.ma.us/dph/hcqskel.htm.] 
982/306 



Summary of Major Provisions of the Division. 1997 5 p. 981/4: 



Division of Insurance 

450 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210-2223 

Docket No. B91-7; Stipulation of Dismissal: Dennis Ponte and Phillipe Capiau v. Blue Cross and 
Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. 1992 12 p. 981/433 

Docket No. E96-7; Findings, Decision and Order: Francis P. Pignone, Jr. v. Division of 
Insurance. 1998 12 p. 983/455 

Docket No. E97-5 and E97-7; Consent Agreement: Division of Insurance v. Kurt A. Blaha. 
1997 5 p. 981/434 

Docket No. G98-09; In Re: Policy Form Filing L9405 130000307, Form #SPDA (11) Keyport 
Life Insurance Company. 1998 3 p. 983/456 

Docket No. G98-10; In Re: Policy Form Fihng L96042200000432, Form #AP103 Physicians 
Life Insurance Company. 1998 2 p. 983/457 

Docket No. G98-15; In Re: Policy Form Filing L9607260000540, Form #1-1 1725 196 
Transamerica Occidental Life Insurance Company. 1998 1 p. 983/458 

Docket No. G98-18; Decision on Proposed Amendment to the Massachusetts Property Insurance 
Underwriting Association Plan of Operation and Credit Program. 1998 2 p. 984/369 

Docket No. R96-28; Docket No. R96-29; Decision on Request of Massachusetts Dental Society 
to Disapprove Inclusion of Five Percent Discount in Provider Fee Methodologies; Delta Dental 
Plan ofMassachusetts Proposed Fees. 1998 19 p. 981/435 

Docket No. R96-39; Decisions on the Commissioner's Authority to Approve an Optional 
Endorsement and the Continued Validity of the Premier Insurance Company's 1996 Application for 
a Rate Decrease and Order on Additional Proceedings. 1998 20 p. 981/436 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R97-40; Decision and Order Relative to Commonwealth Automobile Reinsurers 
Fleet and Non-Fleet Rate Filing for Trucks, Tractors, Trailers and Private Passenger Type Vehicles 
forCommercialMotorVehiclelnsuranceforPolicy Year 1998. 1997 3 p. 981/437 

Docket No. R97-41, R97-44; Decision and Order on Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Proposed 
Rates for Medex Supplement Products. 1998 4 p. 981/438 

Docket No. R97-41, R97-44; Decision and Order on Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Revised Rates 
for Medex Supplement Products: Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc. Proposed 1998 
Rates for Direct Pay Medicare Supplement Products (Medex Gold, Medex Bronze, Medex Core, 
Medex Standard, Medex Basic and Medex Silver). 1998 1 p. 981/439 

Docket No. R97-43; Decision, Findings and Order: Concerning the Filing of the Worker's 
Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau for Proposed Worker's Compensation Insurance 
Rates. 1998 32 p. 981/440 

Docket No. R97-45; Decision on Massachusetts Property Insurance Underwriting Association 
Rates. 1997 4 p. 981/441 

Docket No. R97-45; Decision on Massachusetts Property Insurance Underwriting Association 
Rates. 1997 6 p. 981/442 

Docket No. R98-1; Decision: Application of the Commerce Insurance Company to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 5 p. 
981/443 

Docket No. R98-2; Memorandum of Decision and Order: Application of National Grange 
Mutual Insurance Company to Deviate from the 1998 Fixed and Established Rates for Private 
Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/444 

Docket No. R98-3; Decision: Application of Hanover Insurance Company to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/445 

Docket No. R98-4; Decision: Application of the Berkshire Mutual Insurance Company to 
Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 
4 p. 981/446 

Docket No. R98-5; Decision: Application of Arbella Mutual Insurance Company to Deviate 
from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 2 p. 
981/447 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R98-6, R98-10; Decision: Application of the Independent Advantage Insurance 
Company to Deviate from the 1998 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance, Application of the General Accident Insurance Company of America. 1998 4 p. 
981/448 

Docket No. R98-7; Decision: Application of Safety Insurance Group to Deviate from the Fixed- 
and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 4 p. 981/449 

Docket No. R98-8; Decision: Application of Norfolk & Dedham Insurance Company to Deviate 
from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 
981/450 

Docket No. R98-9; Decision: Application of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance 
Company to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance. 1998 2 p. 981/451 

Docket No. R98-12; Decision: Application of American Automobile Insurance 
Company/Fireman's Fund Insurance Company to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for 
Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/452 

Docket No. R98-13; Decision: Application of Boston Old Colony Insurance Company/CNA 
Insurance Companies to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/453 

Docket No. R98-14; Memorandum of Decision and Order: Application of Fitchburg Mutual 
Insurance Company to Deviate from the 1998 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/454 

Docket No. R98-15; Decision: Application of New England Insurance Company to Deviate from 
the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 4 p. 

981/455 

Docket No. R98-16; Decision: Application of Electric Insurance Company to Deviate from the 
Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 4 p. 981/456 

Docket No. R98-17; Memorandum of Decision and Order: Application of MassWest Insurance 
Company to Deviate from the 1998 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/457 

Docket No. R98-18; Memorandum of Decision and Order: Application of Holyoke Mutual 
Insurance Company to Deviate form the 1998 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile Insurance. 1998 5 p. 982/307 



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Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R98-19; Decision: Application of Sentry Insurance, A Mutual Company, Middlesex 
Insurance Company and Patriot General Insurance Company to Deviate from the Fixed-and- 
Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/458 

Docket No. R98-20; Decision: Application of the People's Service Insurance Company to 
Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1 998 

3 p. 981/459 

Docket No. R98-21; Memorandum of Decision and Order: Application of Commonwealth 
Mutual Insurance Company to Deviate from the 1 998 Fixed and Established Rates for Private 
Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/460 

Docket No. R98-22; Memorandum of Decision and Order: Application of Quincy Mutual Fire 
Insurance Company to Deviate from the 1998 Fixed and Established Rates for Private Passenger 
Automobile hisurance. 1998 3 p. 981/461 

Docket No. R98-23; Docket No. R98-24; Decision: Application of the Horace Mann Insurance 
Co. and the Teachers Insurance Co. to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private 
Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 4 p. 981/462 

Docket No. R98-25, R98-26, R98-27; Decision: Applications of the Liberty Mutual Insurance 
Company to Deviate from the 1 998 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile 
Insurance. 1998 4 p. 981/463 

Docket No. R98-28; Decision: Application of the CU Homeland Insurance Company to Deviate 
from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 
981/464 

Docket No. R98-29; Decision: Application of the Premier Insurance Company of Massachusetts 
to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 
1998 3 p. 981/465 

Docket No. R98-30; Decision: Application of Plymouth Rock Assurance Corporation to Deviate 
from the 1998 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 

4 p. 981/466 

Docket No. R98-3 1 ; Decision: Application of United Services Automobile Association and 
USSA Casualty Insurance Company to Deviate from the Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private 
Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 981/467 

Docket No. R98-32; Decision: Application of Casco Indemnity Company to Deviate from the 
1998 Fixed-and-Established Rates for Private Passenger Automobile Insurance. 1998 3 p. 

981/468 



Division of Insurance, continued 

Docket No. R98-33; Findings, Decision and Order: World Insurance Company's Proposed 
Medicare Supplement Insurance Rates for Bankers Multiple Lines Insurance Company Forms D- 
A04LD-A042. D-A044andD-A045. 1998 24 p. 983/459 

Docket No. R98-37; Opinion, Findings and Decision on the Operation of Competition Among 
Motor Vehicle Insurers. 1998 4 p. 983/460 

Docket No. R98-45: Decision on 1999 Massachusetts Property Insurance Underwriting 
Association Rates. 1998 5 p. 984/370 

Docket No. W98-4; Decision and Order: Appeal of A.J.F. Enterprises, Inc., of a Determination 
of the Workers' Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau. 1998 7 p. 984/371 

Investigation and Study Relative to the Safe Driver Insurance Plan and the High Auto Insurance 
Rates in the Commonwealth. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/461 

Report on Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Massachusetts' Proposed Change in Corporate Form. 
1998 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Peterson Worldwide LLC] 982/308 

Report on Credit Life Insurance and Credit Accident and Health Insurance: Summary of 
Insurance Claims Experience and Loss Ratio Data. 1998 6 p. 984/372 

Response Action Contractor Liability Insurance Annual Report 1995. 1995 1 p. 981/469 

Response Action Contractor Liability Insurance Armual Report 1996. 1997 1 p. 981/470 

Response Action Contractor Liability Insurance Annual Report 1997. 1998 1 p. 981/471 

Division of Law Enforcement 

175 Portland Street, 5th floor, Boston, MA 021 14 

Protecting Your Natural Resources: Massachusetts Environmental Police. 1997 2 p. 981/472 
Environmental Police 
Marine Theft Bureau. By Richard Blodgett et al. n.d. 18 p. 982/309 



Division of Marine Fisheries 

100 Cambridge Street. Boston, MA 02202 

DMF NEWS, Volume 18, First Quarter January - March 1998. 1998 8 p. [Includes rules 
update.] 981/473 



Division of Marine Fisheries, continued 

DMF NEWS, Volume 18, Second Quarter April - June 1998. 1998 12 p. [Includes Rules 
Updates.] 982/310 

DMF News, Volume 18, Third Quarter, July - September 1998. 1998 8 p. [Includes rules 
update.] 984/373 

DMF NEWS, Volume 18, Fourth Quarter October - December 1998. 1998 12 p. 984/374 

Marine Recreational Fishing Information 1997. 1997 2 p. 981/474 

Massachusetts Coastal Commercial Lobster Trap Sampling Program May - November 1997. By 
Bruce T. Estrella and Robert P. Glenn 1998 20 p. 984/375 

PSP Monitoring Program, n.d. 4 p. 981/475 

Shellfish Management Project 

Description, n.d. 2 p. 981/476 

Sport Fish Program 

30 Emerson Avenue, Gloucester, MA 01930 

Sport Fish Program Guide, n.d. 41 p. 984/376 

Division of Medical Assistance 

600 Washington Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership Organizational Chart. 1998 1 p. 981/477 

MassHealthNewsletter, March 1998. 1998 8 p. 982/311 

MassHealth Newsletter: A Publication of Organizational Management, Summer 1998. 1998 
8 p. 984/377 



Division of Occupational Safety 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1 107, Boston, MA 02202 

Administrative Law Decisions; Agency Decision; In RE: Employment Agency Complaint Filed 
Against ABC Nannies, Inc., Wayland, Massachusetts by William and Mary Jo Farmer. 1997 9 p. 
981/479 



Division of Occupational Safety, continued 

Administrative Law Decisions; Agency Decision; In RE: Employment Agency Complaint Filed 
Against ABC Nannies. Inc., Wayland, Massachusetts by Candace Savage and William Mac Kerer. 
1997 22 p. 981/478 

Administrative Law Decisions: Department of Labor and Industries v. Nina Inchardi dba 
Norwich Laboratories. 1993 9 p. Docket No. LI 93-697. 981/484 

Administrative Law Decisions: Department of Labor and Industries v. Charles Vanderhorst dba 
Lead Replacement Co. 1993 7 p. Docket No. LI 93-870. 981/481 

Administrative Law Decisions: Department of Labor and Industries v. Roscoe Robinson. 1995 
7 p. DocketNo.DLI 94-102. 981/485 

Administrative Law Decisions: Department of Labor and Industries v. Julian Perez. 1996 7 p. 
Docket No. DLI 96-101. 981/483 

Administrative Law Decisions: Department of Labor and Industries v. Fidel Nina dba Dartmouth 
Deleading Company. 1993 9 p. Docket No. LI 93-803. 981/482 

Administrative Law Decisions: Department of Labor and Industries v. Building Renovation 
Services. 1994 16 p. Docket No. DLI 94-101. 981/480 

Administrative Law Decisions: In RE: Cit>' of Maiden Installation of Water Meters; Protest of: 
PlumbersUnion, Local 12. 1990 14 p. 981/486 

Administrative Law Decisions: In RE: Hampden County Jail Digital PBX Project. 1992 9 p. 
981/487 

Administrative Law Decisions: In RE: Wage Determination and Job Classification Appeal; 
Town of Falmouth Department of Public Works on Behalf of Southeastern Massachusetts 
Consortium; Contract for Bituminous Concrete Repair of Utility Trenches. 1995 7 p. 981/489 

Administrative Law Decisions: in RE: Wage Determination Appeal; Central Artery/Tunnel 
Project; Engineering Field Survey Services Contract (M025V). 1995 14 p. 981/488 

Administrative Law Decisions: In RE: Wage Determination Appeal; Waste Stream 
Environmental Inc., and N-Viro International Corp. 1995 13 p. 981/490 

Administrative Law Decisions: In RE: Woods Hole, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket 
Steamship Authority and the Protest of J.M. Cashman, Inc., Regarding the Woods Hole Terminal 
Reconstruction ofFerry Slip No. 3. 1989 7 p. 981/491 



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Division of Occupational Safety, continued 

Administrative Law Decisions; Notice of License Denial; In RE: Employment Agency License, 
Application of Andria King for a License in the Name of Viva International Modeling Agency. 
1997 7 p. DocketNo. LI 97-643. 981/492 

Administrative Law Decisions: Wage Determination Appeal; Highway Dept. Contract for 
Operation of Barrier Transport Vehicle for Southeast Expressway, 1-93 and Route 3 H.O.V.; 
Federal Project No. CM-093-l(413). 1995 10 p. 981/493 

Administrative Law Decisions: Wage Determination Appeal; Town of Framingham; Contract for 
Landscape Maintenance Services at the Former Cushing Hospital. 1995 6 p. 9^1/494 

Asbestos and Lead Program 

Operations & Maintenance for Pubhc Buildings with Lead-Based Paint. 1996 lip. Publication 
#287 981/495 



Division of Purchased Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

UFR Auditor's Compliance Supplement (Under 808 CMR 1.00) FY98. 1998 [var. pag.] DPS- 
A029b 982/312 



Division of Registration 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1520, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1997. 1998 71 p. 981/496 



Division of Regulatory Services 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY97. 1998 63 p. [The Division includes the Bureau of Animal Health, Bureau 
of Farm Products and Plant Industries and the Pesticide Bureau.] 982/3 1 3 



Division of Resource Conservation 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Flood Hazard Management Program, n.d. 2 p. 982/314 

Viewpoints: The Massachusetts Green way & Trail Forum, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/497 



Division of Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention 

305 South Street Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 

Annual STD Report 1997. n.d. 28 p. 984/378 



Economic Assistance Coordinating Council 

One Ashburton Place, Room 2101, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: Program formed in accordance with Chapter 19 of the Acts of 1993, Section #C (3). 

Annual Report FY94. 1994 9 p. [This is the first report.] 982/315 

Annual Report FY95. 1995 [var. pag.] 982/316 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 [var. pag.] 982/317 

Annual Report FY97. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/318 

Education Management Accountability Board 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This Board was created by Executive Order #393. 

Brockton School District. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/498 

Lowell Public Schools Review. 1998 [var. pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with the Department 
of Revenue, Division of Local Services.] 982/3 1 9 

Maiden School District Review. 1997 [var. pag.] p. 981/499 

Triton Regional School District Review. 1998 [var.pag.] 983/462 

Worcester Public Schools Review. 1998 [var.pag.] 984/379 

Educational Financing Authority 

125 Summer Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

FinancialStatementsforthe Years Ended June 30, 1997 and 1996. 1997 43 p. 983/463 
Helping Families Afford a College Education, n.d. [unpaged] 983/464 



Elections Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1705, Boston, MA 02108 

Counties, Cities and Towns of Massachusetts, n.d. 3 p. 981/500 

The Election Game: Teachers Kit. n.d. [var. pag.] [Information is also available on the World 
Wide Web at http://www.state.ma.us/sec/ele.] 98 1/500A 

Electoral College Proceedings 1996. 1996 33 p. [College held December 16, 1996.] 981/501 

Legislative District Guide 1997-1998. 1998 50 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 983/465 

Massachusetts Clerks List, Revised 11/97. 1997 17 p. 981/502 

Return of Votes for Massachusetts State Election November 5, 1996. 1996 [unpaged] 
981/503 

Statewide Ballot Measures 1919 Through 1996, Updated 8/25/97. 1997 50 p. [Includes 
Constitutional Amendments Proposed by the Legislature, Constitutional Amendments Proposed by 
Initiative Petition, Laws Proposed by Initiative Petition, Referendum on an Existing Law and 
Legislative Advisory Questions.] 981/504 



Emergency Management Agency 

P.O. Box 1496, 400 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA 01701 

Dive Team Resource Directory, n.d. 50 p. 984/380 
MEMANews, Second Quarter, 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/466 

Executive Office for Administration and Finance 

Room 373, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

20 Principles for Effective Regulations: A Primer for Agencies. 1997 26 p. 981/505 

Affirmative Market Program in Public Contracting FY98 Status Report. 1998 37 p. 982/320 

Development Plan Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1 998 35 p. [Facility authorized by 
Chapter 152 of the Acts of 1997.] 984/381 

Final Report Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1997 92 p. [Facility authorized by 
Chapter 152 of the Acts of 1997.] 984/382 



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Executive Office for Administration and Finance, continued 

Letter from Outgoing Secretary Baker. By Charles D. Baker 1998 1 p. 984/383 

Marketability Study Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1998 [var. pag.] [The study was 
required by Chapter 152 of the Acts of 1997.] 984/384 

Memorandum: Code of Conduct for Managers and Employees not Employed Pursuant to 
Collective Bargaining Agreements. 1997 27 p. 983/467 

Memorandum: New Continuous Testing (ConTest) Program. 1998 3 p. 984/385 

Minorit)' Business Enterprise Report FY97. 1998 95 p. 982/321 

Policy for Use of Information Technology Resources. 1998 5 p. 982/322 

Relocation Plan Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1998 [var. pag.] [Facility authorized 
by Chapter 152 of the Acts of 1997.] 984/386 

Saltonstall State Office Building Conditions. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/323 

Saltonstall State Office Building Conditions and Proposed Action. 1998 14 p. 981/506 

Site Acquisition Financing Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1998 53 p. [Facility 
authorized by Chapter 1 52 of the Acts of 1 997.] 984/387 

Technical Appendices Volume 1 : Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[Facility authorized by Chapter 1 52 of the Acts of 1997.] 984/388 

Technical Appendices Volume 2: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[Facility- authorized by Chapter 1 52 of the Acts of 1 997.] 984/389 

Technical Appendices Volume 3: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[Facility authorized by Chapter 1 52 of the Acts of 1 997.] 984/390 

Technical Appendices Volume 4: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1997 [var. pag.] 
[Facility authorized by Chapter 1 52 of the Acts of 1997.] 984/391 

Affirmative Market Program 

Memorandum #4: Reporting Procedures. 1998 2 p. 983/468 

Central Business Office 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

the central news, vol. 2, December 1997. 1997 6 p. 981/507 



Executive Office for Administration and Finance, Central Business Office , continued 

the central news, vol. 3, September 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/469 

Chelsea Transition Office 

Restoring Effective Local Governance in Chelsea: Recommendations for Charter Reform. By 
Susan Emery Hendrickson 1992 41 p. [Analysis submitted to James Carlin, Receiver of Chelsea 
and Harry Spence, Deputy Receiver of Chelsea.] 984/392 

COMEC (Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Campaign) 

1997 COMECC Awards Luncheon. 1998 27 p. [Luncheon held in the Great Hall of the State 
House on June 26, 1 998.] 983/470 

Final Statewide Report 1997. 1998 118 p. 983/471 

Final Statewide Report by Region 1997. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/472 

Letter to Employees from COMEC Chair. By Charles D. Baker 1998 1 p. 982/324 

Construction Reform Task Force 

Final Report. 1998 [var. pag.] [This report is the Secretary's special initiative to reform 
construction procurement and management by Commonwealth agencies.] 982/326 
Interim Report. 1998 43 p. 982/325 

Note: The following reports were done in conjunction with the House Committee on Post Audit 
and Oversight. Room 373. State House. Boston. MA 02133 

Volume I: Saltonstall State Office Building: Asbestos Air Sampling Report; May 4, 1998 
through May 15, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Hygienetics Environmental Services, Inc.] 
982/327 

Volume II: Saltonstall State Office Building: Asbestos Air Sampling Report; May 4, 1998 
through May 15, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Hygienetics Environmental Services, Inc.] 

982/328 

Human Resources Division 

One Ashburton Place, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Civil Service Examination Schedule November 1998 to June 1999. 1998 18 p. 983/473 

Employee Development Programs and Services for State and Local Government, September 
1 998 - June 1 999. 1 998 1 05 p. 983/474 



Executive Office for Administration and Finance, Human Resources Division , continued 
Employee Performance Review System (EPRS) Manual. 1998 [var pag] 983/475 

HRD Facts, vol. 1, no. 1, February 1998. 1998 4 p. [This is a new quarterly publication.] 

981/508 

HRDFacts, May 1998. 1998 4p. 982/329 
HRD Facts, vol. 1, no. 3. July 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/476 
HRD Facts, vol. 1. no. 4, September 1998. 1998 4 p. 984/393 
HRD Facts, vol. 1, no. 5, November 1998. 1998 4 p. 984/394 

Introduction to Human Resource Data in the Information Warehouse 1998 [var.pag.] 

983/477 

Labor and Employment Law Reporter, Volume X, October 1998. 1998 58 p. 984/395 

Spring Schedule January - June 1999. 1998 39 p. 984/396 

Information Technology Division 

One Ashburton Place, Room 801, Boston, MA 02108 

ITD Data Center. Agency Year 2000 Test Support Manual 1997 [var.pag.] 982/330 

Information Technology Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 1, Winter 1998. 1998 12p 981/509 

Information Technology Annual Report FY98; Also Includes a Special Edition of the Information 
Technology Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 3, Summer 1998. 1998 23 p. 984/397 

Y2K: Legislative Briefing for House and Senate Committees on Science and Technology. 1998 
[var. pag] 984/398 

Year 2000 Awareness Program. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/33 1 

Year 2000 Legislative Testimony: Supporting Materials. 1998 [var. pag ] 982/332 

Year 2000 Compliance: Meeting the Challenge, 2nd Edition 1997 [var. pag] p 982/333 

Suggestion Awards Board 

Suggestion Awards Initiative: Awards Presentation 1998 3p [Awards presented at the State 
House on May 28, 1998.] 982/334 



Executive Office of Communities & Development 

lOOCambridgeStreet, Boston, MA 02202 

Note: This agency has been reorganized and is now called the Department of Housing & 

Community Development. 

Accounting Manual for State-Aided Housing Programs. 1993 [var.pag.] 983/478 

Amendments to LHA (Local Housing Authorities) By-Laws, and Changes in Board Member 
Composition. 1995 2 p. 981/510 

BOAST: A Comprehensive Management Assessment Program. 1993 [var.pag.] 981/511 

Chelsea Arson Prevention Plan. 1985 [var.pag.] [Prepared by: Chelsea Arson Prevention 
Committee] 982/335 

Community Development Block Grant Program; Housing Development Support Program, 
Application 1996. 1996 [var.pag.] 983/479 

Comprehensive Housing: Affordability Strategy. 1991 [var.pag.] 983/480 

Construction Handbook: A Guide for State-Aided Housmg Development and Modernization, 
2nd Edition. By Robert S. Danilecki et al. 1984 151 p. 983/481 

CORI Access for Local Housing Authorities. 1991 [var.pag.] 982/336 

Costing and Pricing Municipal Services, Revised Edition. 1991 53 p. 982/337 

Employee Handbook. 1995 21 p. 983/482 

A Guide for Using Non-Criminal Disposition for By-Law Enforcement, Revised Edition. 1991 
[var. pag.] 982/338 

Guidehnes for LHA Community Room Space. 1 989 4 p. 981/512 

Guidelines for Sharing Information. 1991 4 p. 981/513 

Guidelines for the Appointment of Housing Authority Executive Directors. 1 99 1 6 p. 981/514 

Guidehnes for the Formation of Local Housing Authorities. 1995 22p. 981/515 

Handbook for Tenant Selection and Tenant Transfer. 1986 [var.pag.] 981/518 

How to Buy a Computer or Computer Service for Your Community. 1982 32 p. 982/339 



Executive Office of Communities & Development, continued 

LHA Executive Director Salary and Qualification Schedule, Effective 7/1/95. 1 996 1 p. 
981/516 

Measures of Service Effectiveness in Local Governments: Pilot Demonstration Final Report. 
1993 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Price Waterhouse.] 982/340 

The Northern Tier Economy: A Strategic Analysis. By Beth Siegel et al. 1986 208 p. 
[Prepared by: Mt. Auburn Associates.] 982/341 

Organizational Incentives in Technical Assistance Relationships. By Arnold M. Howitt and 
Richard M. Kobayashi 1983 27 p. 982/342 

Permit Streamlining: An Action Agenda for Massachusetts Municipalities. 1995 [var. pag.] 
982/343 

Permitting. Land Use and Development Management Study. 1987 [var. pag.] [For the town of 
Braintree.] 982/344 

Pet Guidelines for State- Aided Elderly Housing. 1995 8 p. 981/517 

The Potential for Partnership: A Working Paper on the Future of State-Local Relations. By 
Richard M. Kobayashi and Marilyn Contreas 1982 [var. pag.] 982/345 

Recall Adoption in Massachusetts Municipalities: A Guide for Local Officials and Citizens. 
1990 [var. pag.] 983/483 

Report Relating to the Funding of Wastewater Projects: Review of Potential Commonwealth 
Funding Levels. 1988 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co., et al.] 
984/400 

Report Relating to the Funding of Wastewater Projects. Executive Summary. 1988 [var. pag.] p. 
[Prepared by: Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co., et al.] 984/401 

Revere Arson Prevention Plan. 1985 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: Revere Arson Prevention 
Committee.] 982/347 

Small Harbor Administration: Case Study of Newburyport/Salisbury. 1977 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by: Martingale, Inc.] 982/348 

A Strategic Marketing Plan for Western Massachusetts Wood and Wood Products Industry. 1988 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: Mater Engineering, Ltd.] 982/349 

Summary Report for Route 146 Corridor: Master Plan Update. 1985 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Camp Dresser & McKee for the towns of Millbury, Northbridge, Sutton and Uxbridge.] 982/350 



Executive Office of Communities & Development, continued 
Bureau of Planning and Municipal Management 

Weighing Your Options: A Balanced Growth Approach. 1995 28 p. 983/484 
Division of Community Services 

Massachusetts Councillor. 1981 47 p. [This is a pre-publication copy to be revised.)] 982/352 

Preserving Agricultural Lands: Case Study of Westfield, MA. 1976 1 14 p. Local assistance 
series 2. 982/353 

Division of Municipal Development 

Preparing Municipal Managers to Work Better, Not Harder. By William R. Thayer et al. n.d. 
10 p. 982/354 

Regional Needs Assessment & Prioritization Project, Coimty of Essex, Phase I Report. 1994 
[var. pag.] [Prepared by: Coimty of Essex, Office of Regional Services.] 982/355 

Housing Policy Commission 

The Status of Housing in Massachusetts. 1992 63 p. 983/485 

Incentive Aid Grant 

Guide for New Conservation Commissioners. 1988 [var. pag.] [Prepared in cooperation with 
the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions.] 982/356 

A Report on Tax Exempt Property in Boston. 1985 [var. pag.] Final report M-62-I. 982/357 

A Guide for Using Non-Criminal Disposition for By-Law Enforcement, Revised Edition. 1991 
[var. pag.] 983/486 

Seminar for Massachusetts Mayors. 1988 [var. pag.] [Seminar was held at the John F. Kennedy 
School of Government at Harvard University on February 24-26, 1 988.] 983/487 

Main Street Program 

The Potential for State- Wide Legislation Enabling Special Assessment Districts to Fund 
Downtown Revitalization Programs in Massachusetts. By Joshua H. Brown 1987 92 p. 
984/402 



Executive Office of Communities & Development, Main Street Program , continued 

State Special Assessment Districts and Enabling Legislation, Supplement. By Joshua H. Brown 

1987 [var. pag.] 984/403 

Municipal Incentive Grant Program 

Program FY'96. n.d. 33 p. 983/488 

Program FY'97. 1997 13 p. 983/489 

Office of Community Economic Development 

How to Organize a Community Development Corporation: A Manual for Community 
Organizations. 1986 76 p. 982/358 

Office of Local and Regional Planning 

You and Your Neighbors: Impacts of Development Decisions. 1989 33 p. [Presented at an 
armual meeting of the Massachusetts Municipal Association.] 982/359 

Office of Plarming and Management 

Total Quality Management for Massachusetts Municipalities. By B. Ann Whittaker 1990 [var. 
pag.] 982/360 

Youth 2000 

Waltham Partnership for Youth: A Coalition to Ensure the Future of Our Community's Youth. 

1988 [var. pag.] Final report M-62-I. [This is a Youth 200 Grant summary document.] 982/361 



Executive Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This agency has been reorganized and is now the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business 

Regulation. 

Special Commission on Financial Services 

The Massachusetts Investment Bank Advisory Committee (MIBAC). By Joseph Greelish et al. 
n.d. [var. pag.] 984/404 

Record of Testimony Presented at a Financial Services Industry Hearing. 1984 [var. pag.] 
[Hearing was held on January 1 8, 1 984.] 984/405 



Executive Office of Economic Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Massachusetts Financial Resources Directory. 1987 149 p. 983/490 
The New Boston Economy. 1987 [var. pag.] 984/406 

Executive Office of Elder Affairs 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

1998 EXCEL (Excellence in Caring for Elders) Awards. 1998 [unpaged] [Ceremony held at 
the State House on September 9, 1998.] 983/491 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities, 7th Edition. 1998 56 p. 983/492 

Replicating the Massachusetts Bank Reporting Project: A Guide for Other States, n.d. [var. 
pag.] 984/407 

The Sixth Armual Dove Awards: Volunteers Caring for Elders. 1998 8 p. [Ceremony held at 
the State House on September 24, 1998.] 984/408 

The Twelfth Annual Governor's Conference on Aging. 1997 12 p. [Conference held in 
Boxboro, MA on May 28, 1 997.] 983/493 

Thirteenth Aimual Conference. 1998 [unpaged] [Conference was held on May 27, 1998.] 
982/363 

SHINE (Serving Health Information Needs of Elders) Program 

A Massachusetts Guide to Health Insurance Choices. 1998 41 p. 982/364 

A Massachusetts Guide to Medicare & Medicare HMO Appeals. 1997 19 p. 982/365 

Your Medicare Expert, Volume 1.1, May 1998. 1 998 4 p. 983/494 



Executive Office of Environmental Affairs 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2000, Boston, MA 02202 

The Massachusetts Watershed Initiative: Communities Connected by Water (Draft). 1998 2 p. 
981/519 

Position Statement: The Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact, n.d. 3 p. 981/520 



Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, continued 

Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction 

Annual Report FY'97. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/495 

Division of Conservation Services 

Fading Choices, Rising Issues: An Action Plan for the Conservation of Natural Resources in 
Massachusetts. By Harry E. Manasewich 1988 52 p. [Prepared for the State Commission for the 
Conservation of Soil, Water and Related Resources.] 983/496 

MEPA Unit 

Expanded Environmental Notification Form: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1998 
[var. pag.] [Submitted by: Boston Redevelopment Authority.] 984/409 

Final Environmental Impact Report: Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. 1998 [var. pag.] 
EOEA #11575 [Submitted by: Boston Redevelopment Authority.] 984/410 

Office of Technical Assistance 

Proceedings of Pollution Prevention for the Coated Products Industry. 1992 [var. pag.] 
[Presented in conjunction with the U.S.E.P.A's 33/50 Program.] 981/521 

Office of Technical Assistance for Toxics Use Reduction 

Proceedings: A New Prescription; Pollution Prevention Strategies for the Health Care Industry. 
1 998 203 p. [Conference held at the Boston University Corporate Education Center in 
Tyngsborough on Wednesday, October 7, 1998.] 984/41 1 

Records: Technical Assistance Software. 1998 5 p. 982/366 

Wetlands Restoration & Banking Program 

WetlandsRestorationNews, vol. 4, no. 1, Spring 1998. 1998 12 p. 982/367 

WetlandsRestorationPrimer for K- 12 Teachers. 1997 16 p. [This primer is accompanied by a 
video which is in the State Library collection.] 981/522 



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Executive Office of Public Safety 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2100, Boston, MA 02202 

Programs Division 

Community Policing Grant Program Report to the Legislature for FY'98. 1998 23 p. 984/412 

Cops and Kids Grant Program Final Report 1997. By Diana Brensilber et al. 1998 46 p. 
984/413 

Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Program Annual Report. 
1998 112 p. 984/414 

Massachusetts 1996 Police Automation Survey Report. By Rhiana Kohl et al. 1997 [var. pag.] 
981/523 

Police Automation Survey Report 1997. By Rhiana Kohl et al. 1998 30 p. 984/415 



Executive Office of Transportation «& Construction 

lOParkPlaza, Boston, MA 02116 

State Rail Plan 1976. 1976 [var. pag.] 982/368 

State Transportation Improvement Program Federal Fiscal Years 1999 to 2004. 1998 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by the Bureau of Transportion Planning & Development and the Capital Expenditure 
Progam Office.] 984/416 



Film Office 

10 Park Plaza, Suite 2310, Boston, MA 021 16 

1997 Marks Record-Breaking Year in Movie and TV Productions. 1998 5 p. 981/524 
The Massachusetts Production Guide 1998/99. 1998 187 p. 982/368 



Fitchburg State College 

160PearlStreet, Fitchburg, MA 01420 

Report of the President 1997. 1997 24 p. [This report combines both the President's Report and 
the Annual Report on Giving.] 98 1/525 



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Framingham State College 

P.O. Box 9101. 100 State Street, Framingham, MA 01701-9101 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 
Undergraduate Catalog 1998/99. 1998 184 p. 984/417 



General Court 

State House. Boston. MA 02133 

Caucus of Women Legislators 

Collision Course? Massachusetts Families and the Economy at the Crossroads. 1 996 48 p. 
[Proceedings from a one day conference held at the State House in Boston on November 30, 
1995] 981/526 

Clerk of the Senate and Clerk of the House 

Room 208 and Room 145, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

List of Committees 1998 (Updated as of April 30, 1998). 1998 100 p. 982/370 

Conference Committee on the Budget 
Room 212, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report In Part Under the Provisions of Joint Rule 1 lA for the Conference of H.5501 and S.2230, 
FY 1999 Budget Section 2 and Outside Sections. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/497 

Federal Financial Assistance Committee 
Room 1 56, State House, Boston, MA 021 33 

Grant Report for 1996. 1996 [var. pag.] 982/371 

Grant Updates and Grant Activity List for 1997. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/372 

Historian/Representative Joseph R. Gallitano 
Room 39, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Remarks on the Occasion of the 200 Anniversary of the Bulfmch State House. 1998 4 p. 1998 
House Doc 5216 [Celebration at the State House on January 11. 1998.] 982/373 

House Ad Hoc Committee on Adoption 
Room 136, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Legislative Recommendations and Summar>' of Recommendations. 1998 [unpaged] 982/374 



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General Court, continued 

House Committee on Insurance 

Room 254, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report of the Sub-Committee on Automobile Insurance. 1998 44 p. 981/527 

House Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 146, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Letter to Secretary Baker Regarding the Saltonstall Building. By James H. Fagan 1998 2 p. 

982/375 

The Leverett Sahonstall Office Building; Bureau of State Office Buildings: "Time to Leave." 
1998 39 p. 981/528 

Preliminary Report: Department of Social Services (DSS). 1998 [var. pag.] [Includes response 
of agency.] 984/418 

PreHminary Review DOR Audit Practices. 1998 17 p. 983/498 

Report on the Massachusetts Department of Correction: Death Investigation Procedures. 1998 
35 p. 983/499 

Review: Medication Administration Program: DMH, DMR. 1998 [var.pag.jp. 983/500 

Special Report: EMLICO. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/529 

House of Representatives 

Room 356, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Journal for Sunday, January 11, 1998. 1998 8 p. [On the occasion of the Bicentennial of the 
State House] 981/530 

Joint Committee on Human Services and Elderly Affairs Subcommittee on Involuntary 
Commitment and Mental Health Services 
Room 22, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Recommendations, n.d. 3 p. 981/531 

Joint Committee on Local Affairs 

Room 134, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Annual Report 1979. n.d. [var. pag.] 982/376 



General Court, Joint Committee on Local Affairs , continued 

Annual Report 1981. n.d. [var. pag.] 982/377 

Impact Fees. 1998 117 p. 984/419 

Midyear Review 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 982/379A 

Midyear Review 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 982/379 

Legislative Review 1992. 1992 [var. pag.] 982/380 

YearEndReport 1995. 1996 [var. pag.] 982/381 

Joint Committee on Ways and Means 
Room 212, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report on the Initiative Petition of Archibald Cox and Others for the Passage of an Act [for] the 
Massachusetts Clean Elections Law. 1998 3 p. 1998 House Doc 5547 [See also: 1998 House 
Doc 5250.] 983/501 

Report on the Initiative Petition of Douglas James Barth and Others for the Passage of an Act by 
Citizens hiitiative to Roll Back and Prohibit Tolls on the Turnpike, et al. 1998 3 p. 1998 House 
Doc 5549 [See also: 1998 House Doc 5252.] 983/502 

Report on the Initiative Petition of Margot P. Green and Others for the Passage of an Act to 
Encourage Savings Through Tax Fairness. 1998 3 p. 1998 House Doc 5548 [See also: 1998 
House Doc 5251.] 983/503 

Joint Committees on Health Care and Insurance 
Room 130, State House. Boston, MA 02133 

Testimony Submitted to the Committees Regarding 1997 House Doc 4372. 1997 [var. pag.] 
981/532 

Legislative Children's Caucus 

Room 527A, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The State of Massachusetts Children and Youth Fact Book, January 1996. 1996 25 p. 

983/505 

State of Massachusetts Children and Youth Fact Book. 1 997 3 1 p. 982/382 
State ofMassachusetts Children and Youth Fact Book. 1998 44 p. 984/420 
State of Massachusetts Children and Youth Fact Book, May 1 994. 1 994 1 9 p. 983/504 



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General Court, Legislative Children's Caucus, continued 

The State of Massachusetts Children and Youth Fact Book, October 1996. 1996 30 p. 983/506 

Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives 
Room 356, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Address of Speaker Thomas M. Finneran of Boston on the Concerns of the Commonwealth. By 
Thomas M. Finneran 1998 9 p. [Journal of the House of Representatives, Monday, January 12, 
1998.] 981/534 

Prison Industries Enhancement Study Commission 
Room 332, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report . 1997 34 p. 1997 Senate Doc 2059 [Th is commission was created by St. 1997, ch. 43, 
sec. 288.] 981/535 

Senate 

Room 332, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Journal for Sunday, January 11, 1998. 1998 2 p. [On the occasion of the Bicentennial of the 
State House.] 981/536 

Senate Committee on Ethics 

Room 410, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Report and Recommendation Concerning Senator Diane Wilkerson. 1998 33 p. 1998 Senate 
Doc 2077 981.V537 

Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight 
Room 312, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

A Crack in the Foundation: Unlicensed Home Inspectors in Massachusetts. 1998 25 p. 
983/508 

Gambling with the PubUc Trust: A Review of the Massachusetts State Lottery Commission's 
Use of Free-Play and Discount Coupons. 1997 41 p. 981/538 

Policy Brief: Remembering Veterans' Spouses. 1998 3 p. 982/383 

Senate Legislative Office 

Room 70, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Legislative Intern Handbook. 1998 34 p. 983/509 



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General Court, continued 

Senator Arthur E. Chase and Senator Matthew J. Amorello 

Massachusetts Academy of Mathematics & Science at Worcester, MA: A Public-Private 
Partnership Between the Commonwealth and Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Executive Summary. 
1992 [var. pag.] 982/384 

Senator John W. Olver 

Room 51 1. State House, Boston, MA 02133 

The Northern Tier Project: A Five- Year Summary Report 1985 - 1990. 1990 [var. pag.] 
[Prepared by: Mt. Auburn Associates.] 982/385 



Government Land Bank 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Devens: By-Laws (Zoning By-Laws; Devens Regional Enterprise Zone). 1994 [var. pag.] 
984/421 

Devens: Reuse Plan. 1994 58 p. [Prepared by: Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.] 984/422 



Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Clean Air and Massachusetts Utilities: Eight Years of Cleaning Up Power Plant Emissions in the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 1998 4 p. 984/423 

The Governor's Budget Recommendation FY99. 1998 [var. pag.] 1998 House Doc lA 
981/539 

The Governor's Message FY99, Budget Recommendation. 1998 12 p. 981/540 

Message Relative to the Concerns of the Commonwealth. By Argeo Paul Cellucci 1998 1 1 p. 
1998 Senate Doc 2100 981/541 



Governor's Advisory Commission on Responsible Fatherhood and Family Support 

do Division of Child Support Enforcement, 1 00 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02204 

Dads Make a Difference: Action for Responsible Fatherhood. 1998 172 p. 983/510 



Governor's Alliance Against Drugs 

One Ashburton Place, Room 61 1, Boston, MA 02108 

1998 T.A.L.L. (Teen Anti-Drug Lifetime Leadership) Recipients. 1998 5 p. 981/542 
Background Information and Mission Statement, n.d. 1 p. 981/543 



Governor's Commission of Mental Retardation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 805, Boston, MA 02108 

How Are Providers of Family Support Services Changing In an Era of Individual and Family 
Empowerment?, Volume 2, 1 , July 1 998. 1 998 23 p. [This is a staff report.] 983/5 1 1 



Governor's Commission on Commonwealth Port Development 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

Final Report. 1994 1 58 p. [This report was filmed as 944/380. This report contains additional 
information.] 984/424 



Governor's Commission on Domestic Violence 

lOOCambridgeStreet, Room 2100, Boston, MA 02202 

Domestic Violence Law Enforcement Guidelines 1997 (Revised). 1997 13 p. 981/544 

Programs Division 

Forum, vol. 3, no. 2, June 1996. 1996 7 p. 981/545 

Forum, vol. 4, no. 1, May 1997. 1997 7 p. 981/546 

Forum, vol. 4, no. 2, November 1997. 1997 7 p. 981/547 

Forum, vol. 4, no. 3, December 1996. 1996 7 p. 981/548 

Forum, vol. 5, no. 2, August 1998. 1998 8 p. 984/425 

S.T.O.P. Violence Against Women: Formula Grant Program. FY95 Strategy. 1995 73 p. 
981/549 



Governor's Commission on Employment of People with Disabilities 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 02 11 4 

Massachusetts Resources, n.d. 4 p. 981/550 



Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth 

Room 111, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Gay and Lesbian Student Resource Guide 1997/98. n.d. 67 p. 981/551 



Governor's Commission on Mental Retardation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 805, Boston, MA 02108 

Prioritization and the Intake and Eligibility Process of State Development Disability Agencies: A 
National Study of Strategies to Reduce the Waiting List for Adult Services; A Staff Report. By 
Barbara Mazzella 1998 19 p. Volume 2,2 984/426 



Governor's Committee on Physical Fitness and Sports 

250 Washington Street. Boston, MA 02108 

MASSMOVES, Fall 1997. 1997 4 p. 981/552 



Governor's Highway Safety Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 2104, Boston, MA 02202 

Rider Education Program 

We Help to Minimize the Risk and Maximize the Fun of Motorcycling in Massachusetts. 1 996 
2 p. 983/512 



Group Insurance Commission 

Hurley Building, Boston, MA 021 14 

Benefit Decision Guide 1998/99. 1998 17 p. 982/386 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees January 1998. 1998 8 p. 

981/553 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees, March 1998. 1998 8 p. 
982/387 



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Group Insurance Commission, continued 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees, Summer 1998. 1998 8 p. 
983/513 

For Your Benefit: Newsletter for Active and Retired Employees, October 1998. 1998 8 p. 
984/427 



Higlier Education Coordinating Council 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1401, Boston, MA 02108 

Trust Fund Guidelines. 1992 lip. 982/388 



Highway Department 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

1996 Traffic Volumes. 1996 [var. pag.] 983/514 

1997 Traffic Volumes. 1997 [var. pag.] 983/515 

Statewide Bicycle Transportation Plan [Includes Maps]. 1998 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
VHB/Vanasse Brustlin, Inc., et al.] 982/389 

Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project 
One South Station, Boston, MA 021 10 

1994 Project Costs/Schedule Update - Revision 6: Bases, Assumptions & Exclusions. 1994 5 p. 
984/428 

Alternate Design: Braces Cofferdam In Lieu of Circular Cofferdam for Fort Point Channel. 
1992 [var. pag.] D009A [Prepared by: Maguire Group, Inc. and Frederic R. Harris, Inc.] 
984/429 

Community Safeguards. 1994 2 p. 984/430 

Construction Changes & Claims, Review and Approval Process: Public Integrity Briefing. 1994 
[var. pag.] [Briefing held August 10, 1 994.] 984/43 1 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] p. #93165 [Contract is 
with Garmett Fleming, Inc.] 984/432 



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Highway Department, Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, continued 

Note: Documents #984/433 - 984/438 are subconsultant contracts to #984/432. 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] #93165 [Contract is 
with Gannett Fleming, Inc. and its subconsultant, SAR Engineering, Inc.] 984/433 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] #93165 [Contract is 
with Gannett Fleming, Inc. and its subconsultant, GMT Architect.] 984/434 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] #93165 [Contract is 
with Gannett Fleming, Inc. and its subconsultant, PSG Corrosion Engineering, Inc.] 984/435 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] #93165 [Contract is 
with Gaimett Fleming, Inc. and its subconsultant, ASEC Corporation.] 984/436 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] #93165 [Contract is 
with Gannett Fleming, Inc. and its subconsultant, Shannon & Wilson, Inc.] 984/437 

Contract for the Fort Point Channel Crossing (D009B). 1993 [var. pag.] #93165 [Contract is 
with Garmett Fleming, Inc. and its subconsultant, ACER Engineers & Consultants, Inc.] 984/438 

Response to Questions of the Senate Post Audit and Oversight Bureau. 1994 2 p. 984/439 

South Boston ByPass Road. 1994 1 p. 984/440 

Traffic and Utility Maintenance. 1994 2 p. 984/441 

The Future: Now Under Construction. 1997 8 p. 983/516 



Historical Commission 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Historic Places for Historic Parties, Fifth Revised Edition. 1998 25 p. [Copies are available at 
the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 981/554 

Historic Preservation Programs, n.d. 12 p. 983/517 

Massachusetts Archaeology Week: Illuminate the Past; Calendar of Events. 1998 38 p. [Events 
to be held during October 3-12, 1998.] 983/518 

State Register of Historic Places 1997. 1998 349 p. [This document is available in the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 981/555 



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Historical Records Advisory Board 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

Advocating Massachusetts History: Proceedings of the First Annual Community Forum on 
Historical Records. 1998 33 p. [Forum held at the Massachusetts Archives on May 11, 1998.] 
983/519 

How to Find Funding in Massachusetts. 1998 2 p. Technical Leaflet #1 983/520 



Housing Finance Agency 

One Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. 110 p. [Includes financial statements.] 981/556 

Annual Report 1996. n.d. 125 p. [Includes mission statement and financial statements.] 
981/557 

Annual Report 1997. n.d. 135 p. [Includes mission statement and financial statements.] 
981/558 

CEO (Challenging Equal Opportunity), December 1996. 1996 16 p. 981/559 

CEO (Challenging Equal Opportunity), June 1997. 1997 16 p. 981/560 

Elder Choice, n.d. 2 p. 981/561 

Elder Choice: MHFA's Assisted-Program for Frail Elders; Program Guide, n.d. 48 p. 981/562 

A Home of Your Own: Homeownership Programs of the MHFA. n.d. 16 p. 981/563 

Homeowner's Resource Guide, n.d. [var. pag.] 981/564 

Homeowner Septic Repair Loan Program, n.d. 9 p. 982/390 

MHFA 1997. n.d. [var. pag.] 981/565 

MHFA 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/521 

MHFA Housing List July 1996. 1996 78 p. 981/566 

Homeownership Programs 

Buying a Home: A Step-By-Step Guide, n.d. 20 p. 981/567 



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Housing Partnership Fund 

Two Oliver Street, Boston, MA 02109 

Annual Report 1997. 1997 16 p. 983/522 

Network, The Newsletter of the Massachusetts Housing Partnership Fund, Spring 1997. 1997 
8 p. 983/523 

Network, The Newsletter of the Massachusetts Housing Partnership Fund, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 
983/524 

Network, The Newsletter of the Massachusetts Housing Partnership Fund, Winter 1998. 1998 
8 p. 983/525 

Network, The Newsletter of the Massachusetts Housing Partnership Fund, Summer 1998. 1998 
8 p. 983/526 



Industrial Finance Agency 

One Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 

$7,405,000 Variable Rate Demand Revenue Bonds The Fessenden School, Series 1997, New 
Issue. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/391 

$7,985,000 Assisted Living Facility Revenue Bonds (TNG Draper Place Project, Series 1998) 
(GNMA Collateralized), New Issue, Dated: March 1, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/392 

*$ 13,600,000 Parking Facility Revenue Bonds (Avon Associates LLC Project), Series 1998B, 
New Issue. 1998 [var. pag.] [*Preliminary.] 982/393 

$13,825,000 Revenue Bonds (Greater Lynn Mental Health & Retardation Association Issue- 
Series 1998), Dated: June 1, 1998. 1998 [var.pag.] 983/527 

*$ 18,700,000 Parking Facility Revenue Bonds (Avon Associates LLC Project), Series 1998A, 
New Issue. 1998 [var.pag.] [^Preliminary.] 982/394 

$19,335,000 First Mortgage Refunding Revenue Bonds. Springhouse, Inc. Project, Series 1998, 
Dated: July 1, 1998. 1998 [var.pag.] 983/528 

*$ 18,700,000 Parking Facility Revenue Bonds (Avon Associates LLC Project), Series 1998A, 
New Issue. 1998 [var.pag.] [*Preliminary.] 982/394 

$22,225,000 Revenue Bonds, Western New England College Issue, Series 1998. Dated: July 1, 
1998. 1998 [var.pag.] 983/529 



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Industrial Finance Agency, continued 

$104,930,000 Revenue Bonds, Tufts University Issue, Series H, New Issue, Dated: April 1, 
1998. 1998 [var.pag.] 982/395 



Insurance Fraud Bureau 

101 Arch Street, Suite 600, Boston, MA 021 10-1 103 

Focus Fraud, vol. 5, no. 1, March 1998. 1998 8 p. 981/568 
Focus Fraud, vol. 5, no. 2, June 1998. 1998 8 p. 982/396 
FocusFraud,vol. 5, no. 3, November 1998. 1998 16 p. 984/442 



Inter-Agency Disability Services Coordinating Council 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1305, Boston, MA 02108 

The Disability Service System: A Report on Existing Services, Barriers, Gaps and Duplications. 
1998 94 p. 982/397 



John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs 

100 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

2005: "Getting an Edge on the Future"; A Look at Our City and State 10 Years Dovra the Road. 
1995 148 p. [A transcript from the proceedings of the McCormack Institute's Eighth Annual 
Public Affairs Seminar] 98 1 /569 

The Committee for an Irish Forum: Proceedings of the Second Boston Symposium on Northern 
Ireland. 1984 80 p. [Symposium held at the Kennedy Library on March 14 and 15, 1984.] 
981/570 

Conflict and Convergence: Race, Public Opinion and Political Behavior in Massachusetts. 1998 
22 p. An occasional paper. 983/530 

Doing More With Less: The Potential Promise of Community Policing. By Albert P. Cardarelli 
and Jack McDevitt 1994 40 p. An Occasional Paper. 981/571 

In Harm's Way? Domestic Violence, AFDC Report and Welfare Reform in Massachusetts. 1997 
[var. pag.] 984/443 

The Issues Book: Public Policy Issues in Massachusetts. By Richard Manley 1998 51 p. 

984/444 



John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, continued 

Lessons from Experiences of Pioneers: Issues in Immunization Registry Structure and Design. 
By Phyllis Freeman et al. 1994 [var. pag.] An occasional paper. 981/572 

McCormack Institute Poll. 1998 9 p. [Poll taken between June 1 7 - 25, 1998.] 983/53 1 

Northern Ireland 1983 - 1996, For Every Step Forward... By Padraig O'Malley 1996 59 p. 

981/573 

Ramaphosa and Meyer in Belfast: The South African Experience; How the New South Africa 
was Negotiated. By Padraig O'Malley 1996 42 p. An occasional paper. 981/574 

Southeastern Massachusetts: Maintaining Momentum. 1990 72 p. [A transcript of the 
Proceedings of the September 22, 1989 conference.] 981/575 

Center for Social Policy Research 

Over the Edge: Cuts and Changes in Housing, Income Support and Homeless Assistance 
Programs in Massachusetts. By Mary Ann Allard et al. 1997 66 p. [Prepared for the HOME 
Coalition.] 984/ 

Center for Women in Politics and Public Policv 

Opportunities and Dilemmas for Women Elected Municipal Officials in Massachusetts. By 
Elizabeth A. Sherman and Susan H. Rohrbach 1996 57 p. An occasional paper. 981/576 

Institute Center for Women in Pohtics 

Political Profile ofWomenm Massachusetts. 1997 4 p. 981/577 



Joint Labor-Management Committee for Municipal Police and Fire 

One Ashburton Place, Room 6 1 0, Boston, MA 02 1 08 

Annual Report FY97. n.d. [var. pag.] [This includes the 20 year report (1978 - 1997).] 
981/578 

Annual Report FY'98. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/446 



Legal Assistance Corporation 

1 1 Beacon Street, Suite 820, Boston, MA 02108-3009 

LegalServicesReporter, vol. 7, no. 3 0ctober 1997. 1997 20 p. 982/411 



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Legal Assistance Corporation, continued 
The Reporter, vol. 3, no. 1, May 1992. 1992 28 p. 982/398 
The Reporter, vol. 3, no. 2, September 1992. 1992 20 p. 982/399 
The Reporter, vol. 3, no. 3, December 1 992. 1 992 20 p. 982/400 
The Reporter, vol. 3, no. 4, March 1993. 1993 20 p. 982/401 
The Reporter, vol. 5, no. 2 Fall 1994. 1994 20 p. 982/402 
The Reporter, vol. 5, no. 3, Winter 1994/95. 1995 20 p. 982/404 
The Reporter, vol. 5, no. 4, June 1995. 1995 20 p. 982/405 
The Reporter, vol. 6, no. 2 May 1996. 1996 20 p. 982/406 
The Reporter, vol. 6, no. 3 July 1996. 1996 24 p. 982/407 
TheReporter,vol. 6, no. 4 November 1996. 1996 16 p. 982/408 
The Reporter, vol. 7, no. 1 March 1997. 1997 24 p. 982/409 
The Reporter, vol. 7, no. 2, June 1997. 1997 16 p. 982/410 
The Reporter, vol.7, no. 3, October 1 997. 1 997 20 p. 982/4 1 1 
The Reporter, vol. 7, no. 4 December 1997. 1997 20 p. 982/412 
The Reporter, vol. 8, no. 1, AprU 1998. 1998 20 p. 982/413 



Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Board 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Low-LevelRadioactive Waste Survey Report 1996. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/414 



Massachusetts Bay Community College 

50 Oakland Street, Wellesley, MA 02181 

Executive Offices 
Response to State Auditor's Report. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/535 



Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 

*$165,000,000 1998 Series A Notes, Dated: February 27, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 
[*Preliminar>'.] 981/579 

^General Transportation System Bonds: $200,000,000 1998 Series B; $300,000,000 1998 Series 
C, New Issue, Dated: November 1, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/448 

General Transportation System Bonds $200,000,000 1998 Series B; $260,240,000 Series C, New 
Issue, Dated: November 1, 1998. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/449 

NorthSouth Rail Link: Project Briefing. 1998 6 p. 983/536 

Advisory Board 

120 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116 

TheAdvisor, December 1997. 1997 6 p. 981/580 

The Advisor. March 1998 1998 8 p. 982/415 

The Advisor, June 1998. 1998 6 p. 983/537 

TheAdvisor, September 1998. 1998 6 p. 983/538 

MBTA Performance Report FY97: Volume I - Budget; Volume II - Service, n.d. [var. pag.] 
981/581 

MBTA Service Monitoring Report FY97, Third Quarter. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/582 

Service Performance Report, 1st Quarter FY98. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/539 

Office of Operations Planning 

MBTA Annual Service Plan. Preliminary Plan, September 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/583 



Massachusetts Bays Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Financing the Massachusetts Bays Program: Comprehensive Conservafion and Management 
Plan (Federal, State and Local Funding Sources and Mechanisms). 1994 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Northbridge Environmental Management Consultants.] 983/540 



Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 

375 Church Street, North Adams, MA 01247-4100 

Note: This college was previously called North Adams State College. 

The President's Report 1998. 1998 28 p. 984/450 



Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency 

400 Worcester Road, P.O. Box 1496, Framingham, MA 01701 

MEMA News, vol. 4, no. 3, Winter 1997. 1997 4 p. 981/584 



Massachusetts Port Authority 

One Harborside Drive, Suite 2005, East Boston, MA 02128 

Annual Report FY'97. n.d. 40 p. 983/541 
Maritime Department 
Port of Boston: The Port of Choice, n.d. 2 p. 983/542 



Massachusetts Technology Collaborative 

75 North Drive, Westborough, MA 01581-3340 

Annual Analysis of the Impact of Federal R&D Budgets on the Massachusetts Economy 
(Including FY'98). 1998 [var. pag.j 983/544 

Preliminary Analysis of the Impact of FY'97 Federal R&D Budgets on the Massachusetts 
Economy. 1996 12 p. 983/543 



MassDevelopment 

75 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110 

Note: This agency was previously called the Development Finance Agency. 

Mass.Means: News of MassDevelopment, Volume 1, Issue 5, Summer 1998. 1998 8 p. 
983/545 



MassJobs Council 

One Ashburton Place, Room 2111, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY'95. n.d. 19 p. 983/546 



MassJobs Council, continued 
Annual Report FY'96. n.d. 16 p. 983/547 
Annual Report FY'97. n.d. 13 p. 983/548 



Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

60 Temple Place. Boston, MA 021 1 1 

Inclusionary Housing and Linkage Programs in Metropolitan Boston. By Carol Baldassari et al. 
1986 [var.pag.] 982/416 

Metropolitan Perspectives: Data Center Calendar 1998. 1998 [unpaged] [Includes maps on 
topical subjects such as: violent crime,highway traffic, etc.] 98 1/585 

Metropolitan Highway System Advisory Board 

Memorandum: Millennium Project Agreements; Letter to Chairman Kerasiotes of the Turnpike 
Authority. 1998 lip. 983/550 



Metropolitan District Commission 

20 Somerset Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Back to the Beaches: Boston Harbor, n.d. 2 p. 982/417 

CalendarofEvents, Spring 1998. 1998 2 p. 982/418 

Commissioner's Update (Special Edition). 1998 8 p. 983/551 

Facility Guide. 1998 37 p. 982/419 

A Guide to Lakes and Ponds in Massachusetts Forests and Parks, n.d. 1 1 p. 982/420 

A Plan for the Lower Neponset River Reservation. 1996 [unpaged] 982/421 

Summer '98. 1998 10 p. 982/422 

The Upper Charles River Reservation. 1997 [unpaged] 982/423 



Mobile Homes Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 
Note: This commission is no longer in existence. 

Directory of Mobile Home Parks in Massachusetts. 1979 23 p. 982/424 

Mobile Homes: Housing for Massachusetts. 1977 99 p. 982/425 

Mobile Homes: Housing for Massachusetts. 1978 [var. pag.] 982/426 

Municipal Wholesale Electric Company 

P.O. Box 426, Ludlow, MA 01056 

Annual Report 1997 and Financial Statements with Supplementary Information. 1997 12 p. 

982/427 

First Quarter Report for the Months Ended March 31,1 998. 1 998 2 p. 983/552 
Second Quarter Report for the Months Ended June 30, 1998. 1998 2 p. 983/553 
Third Quarter Report for the Months Ended September 30, 1 998. 1 998 2 p. 984/452 

National Guard 

Camp Curtis Guild, 25 Haverhill Street, Readmg, MA 01867-1999 

1996 Annual Review, n.d. 23 p. [There was no report in 1995.] 984/453 

1997 Annual Review, n.d. 14 p. [There was no report in 1995.] 984/454 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program 

Route 135, Westborough, MA 01581 

List of Available Invertebrate Fact Sheets as of June 10, 1997. 1997 2 p. 981/586 
List of Available Plant Fact Sheets as of June 10, 1997. 1997 4 p. 981/587 
List of Available Vertebrate Fact Sheets as of June 10, 1997. 1997 2 p. 981/588 

Massachusetts List of Endangered, Threatened and Special Concern Species. 1997 22 p. 

981/589 



Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, continued 

Natural Heritage News, vol. 6, no. 1 , Early Summer 1 997. 1 997 8 p. 981 /590 

Protecting Biodiversity in Massachusetts: Our Irreplacable Heritage. By Henry Barbour et al. 
1998 83 p. [Prepared in cooperation with the Nature Conservancy.] 984/455 

Vernal Pools, n.d. 14 p. 981/591 

The Nongame Wildlife Fund 

Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, n.d. 2 p. 981/592 

Occupational Health Surveillance Program 

250 Washington Street, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02108 

Adult Lead Poisoning Alert for Massachusetts Health Care Providers, n.d. 2 p. 983/554 

Hands at Work: Occupational Carpal Tuimel Syndrome in Massachusetts, Winter 1996. 1996 
7 p. 983/555 

Hands at Work: Occupational Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Massachusetts, Summer 1997. 1997 
5 p. 983/556 

Safe Work; Safe Workers: A Guide to Teaching High School Students about Occupational 
Safety and Health. 1997 var. pag.] [This looseleaf publication is accompanied by a video which is 
in the State Library's collection.] 983/557 

Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation Project 

FACE Facts, No. 1, January 1995. 1995 2 p. 983/558 

FACE Facts, vol. 1, no. 2, May 1995. 1995 2 p. 983/559 

FACE Facts: vol. 2. no. 2, February 1997. 1997 2 p. 983/560 

Occupational Lead Registry 

Lead at Work: Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Massachusetts Workers, April 1991 - December 
1995. 1998 30 p. 983/561 

Protecting Young Workers Project 

A Guide for Parents: Protecting Your Working Teen. 1998 14 p. 983/562 



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Occupational Health Surveillance Program, continued 
Teens at Work: Injury Surveillance and Prevention Project 
Work-Related Injuries to Teens, Spring 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/563 

Office for Victim Assistance 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1 104, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Annual Victim Rights Conference. 1998 [var. pag.] [Conference held at the State 
House on April 29, 1 998.] 982/428 

Program Manual. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/564 

Office of Business Development 

One Ashburton Place, Room 2101, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY94. n.d. 28 p. 982/429 

Annual Report FY95. n.d. 34 p. 982/430 

Annual Report FY96. n.d. 31 p. 982/431 

Annual Report FY97. n.d. 39 p. 982/432 

Business Ingenuity: The Magazine of Applied Innovation from Massachusetts, Volume 1, 1998. 
1998 40 p. 982/433 

Marketing/Communications Department 

Starting A Business in Massachusetts: A Guide from the Massachusetts Office of Business 
Development, n.d. 44 p. 984/456 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance 

One Ashburton Place, Room 411, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisory Opinion (Distribution of Information Regarding April 6 Election). 1998 2 p. AO-98- 
06 981/593 

Advisory Opinion (Employment of Senate Staff Members in Campaign). 1998 2 p. AO-98-20 
984/457 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditures by The Galvin Committee). 1998 2 p. AO-98-25 984/458 

Advisory Opinion (Expenditures to "Test the Waters" for Possible Campaign for Federal Office). 
1998 3 p. AO-98-07 982/434 

Advisory Opinion (Friends of the Cape Cod Land Bank Remaining in Existence to Support New 
BaUot Question). 1998 3 p. AO-98-08 982/435 

Advisory Opinion (Fundraising by Massachusetts Republican Party). 1998 4 p. AO-98-15 
983/565 

Advisory Opinion (Fundraising Options for Association's PAC). 1998 4 p. AO-98-03 981/594 

Advisory Opinion (Inauguration Expenditures). 1997 2 p. AO-97-25 981/595 

Advisory Opinion (Independent Expenditures by PAC). 1998 3 p. AO-98-24 984/459 

Advisory Opinion (In-Kind Contributions to Association's PAC). 1998 2 p. AO-98-22 
984/460 

Advisory Opinion (Invitational Candidate Debates). 1998 2 p. AO-98-34 984/461 

Advisory Opinion (Membership Communications and Fundraismg on Behalf of PAC). 1998 3 p. 
AO-98-01 981/596 

Advisory Opinion (Non-Pro fit Corporation Providing Contributions to SupfX)rt PAC). 1998 3 p. 
AO-98-18 983/566 

Advisory Opinion (Political Activity of Holbrook Aduk Education Program Instructors). 1998 
2 p. AO-98-05 981/597 

Advisory Opinion (PoUtical Fundraising by Part-Time Members of National Guard). 1998 2 p. 
AO-98-10 982/436 

Advisory Opinion (Political On-Line Fundraising). 1998 3 p. AO-98-12 982/437 

Advisory Opinion (Primary Campaign Expenditure Limits). 1998 5 p. AO-98-16 983/567 

Advisory Opinion (Proposed Fund Raising Event at Lelacheur Park). 1998 2 p. AO-98-14 
983/568 

Advisory Opinion (Public Employee and Pohtical Consultant). 1998 2 p. AO-98-09 982/438 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Advisory Opinion (Travel Expenditures - Senator Antonioni). 1998 3 p. AO-98-19 983/569 

Advisory Opinion (Use of Massasoit Community College for Inaugural Ball). 1997 2 p. AO-97- 
24 981/599 

Advisory Opinion (Use of Part of Supporter's Residence for Campaign Office). 1998 2 p. AO- 
98-17 983/570 

Advisory Opinion (Use of Public Resources to Distribute Information to Voters). 1998 4 p. AO- 
98-11 982/439 

Advisory Opinion (WPPP Political Action Committee). 1998 2 p. AO-98-02 981/600 

April 17, 1998 Carousel, Issue #25. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-32 983/571 

Berlin-Boylston Regional School District. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-38 983/572 

Campaign Finance Activity by Mayoral Candidates in Massachusetts 1997. 1998 [var. pag.] 
982/440 

Campaign Finance Guide: Candidates for the General Court. 1998 21 p. 982/441 

Campaign Finance Guide: Local Political Party Committees. 1998 19 p. 982/442 

Campaign Finance Guide: Statewide, County and Other "Depository" Candidates. 1998 23 p. 

983/573 

The Committee to Elect Michael Bellotti. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-19 983/574 

Disclosure by Committee for a Better Plan. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-08 983/575 

Disclosure by Committee to Build and Improve Schools in Raynham. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-10 
983/576 

Disclosure ofCampaign Finance Activity. 1998 1 p. CPF-98-41 983/577 

Disclosure ofCampaign Finance Activity. 1998 1 p. CPF-98-31 983/578 

Disclosure of Campaign Finance Activity. 1998 1 p. CPF-98-36 983/579 

Disclosure of Financial Activity. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-13 983/580 

Disposition Agreement: Dianne Wilkerson. 1998 14 p. 983/581 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

Distribution oflnformation to Voters. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-42 983/582 

Duffy for Treasurer. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-15 983/583 

Filing Obligations of Ballot Question Committees. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-52 983/584 

Filing Requirements for Members of Franklin Regional Council of Governments. 1998 2 p. 
AO-98-13 983/585 

Free the Pike Committeee. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-29 983/586 

Gillis Fundraising Event at High School. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-47 983/587 

Interpretive Bulletin: Disclosure and Reporting of Contributions and Expenditures Related to 
Ballot Questions. 1998 7 p. OCPF-IB-90-02 [This bulletin was issued March 1990 and revised 
May 11. 1998.] 983/588 

Interpretive Bulletin: Use of Public Resources by Elected Officials to Communicate with 
Constituents or Respond to Criticism. 1997 3 p. OCPF-IB-95-03 [Issued November 1 995 and 
revised August 1997.] 983/589 

May 16, 1998 Car Wash Fundraising Event. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-47 983/590 

May 16, 1998 Gillis Fundraising Event. 1998 1 p. CPF-98-47 983/591 

Memorandum: Instructions for Submitting Qualified Contributions, Forms CPFA 4,5 and 6. 
1998 3 p. M-98-01 983/592 

Memorandum: Question & Answer Guide for Corporations, Associations and Other Groups 
Making Expenditures to Influence Ballot Questions. 1998 6 p. M-98-04 983/593 

Memorandum: Surplus Funds; Application of the Pay-Back Formula. 1998 2 p. M-98-02 
983/594 

Memorandum: Use of Candidate's Personal Funds for Campaign. 1998 2 p. M-98-03 
983/595 

Name ofBallot Question Committee. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-28 983/596 

National Guard Contributions to the Cellucci Committee. By Gregory T. Moffatt 1998 2 p. 

983/597 

OCPF Reports, vol. 2, no. 4, Winter 1998. 1998 4 p. 981/601 



Office of Campaign & Political Finance, continued 

OCPF Reports, vol. 2, no. 5, Spring 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/443 

OCPF Reports, vol. 3, no. 1, Summer 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/444 

OCPF Reports, vol. 3, no. 2, Fall 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/598 

Political Fundraising by Members of the Massachusetts Army National Guard. 1998 3 p. CPF- 
97-70 983/599 

Providing Advertising for Candidates. 1998 1 p. CPF-98-50 983/601 

Providing Advertising for Candidates. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-36 983/600 

Receipt of Free or Discounted Advertisement. 1998 I p. CPF-98-50 983/602 

Reporting by Groups Making Expenditures in Connection with January 5 and February 9 
Winthrop Municipal Elections. 1998 3 p. CPF-98-20 983/603 

SoUcitation by Mail in a Public BuUding. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-17 983/604 

Town Meeting/Election Flyer. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-11 983/605 

Windjammer Lounge Campaign Event. 1998 2 p. CPF-98-46 983/606 

Office of Child Care Services 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report FY'97. n.d. 8 p. 984/463 

Child Care Dialogue, Vol. 01, FaU Edition 1997. 1997 10 p. 984/464 
Child Care Dialogue, Vol. 02, Winter Edition 1998. 1998 8 p. 984/465 
Child Care Dialogue, Vol. 03, Summer Edition 1998. 1998 8 p. 984/466 



Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1411, Boston, MA 02108 

Consumer Alert Advisory 98-01 : Consumer Affairs Chief Offers Privacy Tips in Response to 
FTC Report on Lack ofPrivacy in Cyberspace. 1998 1 p. 983/607 



Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation, continued 

Consumer Alert Advisory 98-02: Consumer Affairs Chief Steamed over Lobster Overcharges. 
1998 2 p. 983/608 

Employee Benefits & Policies Manual. 1998 43 p. 983/609 



Office of Dispute Resolution 

100 Cambridge Street, Room 1005, Boston, MA 02108 

Progress Report. 1998 25 p. 983/610 



Office of International Trade and Investment 

100 Cambridge Street, Suite 902, Boston, MA 02202 

AnnualReport 1997. 1998 lip. 983/611 

Massachusetts Trade Mission: Canada 1997. 1997 [var. pag.] 981/602 



Office of Refugee and Immigrant Health 

250 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Refugees and Immigrants in Massachusetts: An Overview of Selected Communities: Albanians, 
Bosnians, Brazilians, Cape Verdeans, Central Americans, Chinese, Columbians, Dominicans, 

Ethiopians/Eritreans, Haitians, Portuguese, Somalis, Southeast Asians, Former Soviet Union 
Citizens and Tibetans. 1998 77 p. 983/612 



Office of State Planning 

Room 373, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Regional Planning Agencies Through 1978. By Frederick A. Fallon and Jean M. Gallivan 1978 
136 p. 982/445 



Office of Student Financial Assistance 

330 Stuart Street, Suite 304, Boston, MA 021 16 

Audit and Compliance Division 

Audit Guide: Audits of Massachusetts Office of Student Financial Assistance Financial Aid 
Programs. 1998 37 p. 984/467 



Office of the Commissioner of Probation 

One Ashburton Place, Room 405, Boston, MA 02108 

Probation Bulletin, vol. 5, no. 3, January 1998. 1998 6 p. 981/603 



Office of the Comptroller 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Commonwealth Equipment Leasing. 1998 13 p. MMARS Memo #277 982/446 

FY'96 Year End Report of Non-Tax Revenue Optimization Projects. 1996 11 p. 983/619 

FY'97 Year End Report of Non-Tax Revenue Optimization Projects. 1997 8 p. 983/620 

FY'98 Year End Report of Non-Tax Revenue Optimization Projects. 1998 6 p. 983/621 

IT II: Desktop Procurement/EDI; EDI Enhancements; A User's Hands-On Training Guide. 1998 
186 p. 982/447 

ManagementLetterYearEnded June 30, 1997. 1998 27 p. [Prepared by: Deloitte Touche 
Tohmatsu International.] 984/478 

Mid Year Status Report of Non-Tax Revenue Optimization Projects. 1996 [var. pag.] 
983/622 

Mid Year Status Report of Non-Tax Revenue Optimization Projects. 1997 [var. pag.] 
983/623 

Mid Year Status Report of Non-tax Revenue Optimization Projects. 1998 [var. ;pag.] 
983/624 

Non-Tax Revenue Optimization Campaign: Survey of Current Practices; Advertising and Links 
on State Web Sites, Executive Summary. By Patricia Davis 1998 29 p. 983/625 

Reports on Compliance and Internal Controls in Accordance with Government Auditing 
Standards and the Requirements of 0MB Circular A-133 and the Schedule of Expenditures of 
Federal Awards for the Year Ended June 30, 1997. 1998 307 p. [Prepared by: Deloitte Touche 
Tohmatsu hitemational.] 984/479 

Department Assistance Bureau 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting Reporting System): Introduction to MMARS 
I, Table Navigation. 1998 89 p. 984/480 



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Office of the State Comptroller, Department Assistance Bureau , continued 

MMARS (Massachusetts Management Accounting Reporting System): Introduction to MMARS 
11, Document Processing. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/481 

Financial Reporting & Analysis Bureau 

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1997. 1998 142 p. 
981/605 

StatutoryBasisFinancialReportFiscal Year Ended June 30, 1997. 1998 308 p. 981/606 

Statutory Basis Financial Report FY Ended June 30, 1998. 1 998 340 p. 984/482 
Massachusetts Management Accounting and Reporting System (MMARS ) 

Fixed Assets Subsystem User Guide. 1997 [var. pag.] p. 984/483 
Revenue Bureau 

Comprehensive Status Report. 1998 9 p. 983/626 



Office of the Inspector General 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 41 p. 981/607 

Emergency Construction Projects: Review of Selected State Office Building Contracts. 1998 
32 p. 982/448 

Lease-Purchase Financing of a Design-Build Project: The Plymouth County Correctional 
Facility. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/449 

Maintenance and Repair Contracting by the Boston Housing Authority. 1997 35 p. 982/450 

The North East Solid Waste Committee Project: Planning and Development of a Public Private 
Partnership. 1997 37 p. 981/608 

Practical Guide to Drafting Effective Invitations for Bids and Requests for Proposals for Supplies 
and Services. 1997 41 p. 982/451 

Procurement Bulletin, vol. 3. no. 4. December 1997. 1997 5 p. 981/609 



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Office of the Inspector General, continued 

Qualifying Contractors for Public Building Projects: A Case Study and System Review. 1998 
60 p. 983/614 

A Review of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project's Materials Testing Laboratory Function. 1997 
28 p. 981/610 

Statutorily Mandated Reviews of Central Artery/Tunnel Project Building Construction Contracts 
1994-1996. 1996 88 p. 982/453 

Value Engineering Change Proposals: A Review of a Central Artery/Tunnel Project Cost Control 
Program. 1996 31 p. 982/454 



Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Acting Governor 

Room 360, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Message Submitting a Report of the Exercise of the Pardoning Power by Former Governor 
William F. Weld, with the Advice and Consent of the Council Durmg the Year Nineteen Hundred 
and Ninety-Six. By Argeo Paul Cellucci 1997 22 p. [1997 Senate Doc 2071] 981/611 



Office of the Secretary of State 

Room 340, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Securities Division 
"10" Dos and Don'ts for Investors. n.d. 2 p. 981/612 
The Massachusetts Securities Division, Updated 6/96. 1996 14 p. 983/615 
Tips for Consumers on Mutual Funds Sold at Banks. n.d. 2 p. 982/455 
What You Should Know About Mutual Funds. n.d. 1 1 p. 98 1 /6 1 3 

State House Bicentennial Commission 

1798 - 1998 Bulfinch Bicentennial: The Massachusetts State House Celebrates! 1998 7 p. 
[Celebratmg the 200th anniversary of the occupancy of the Bulfinch State House held on January 
11,1998.] 982/456 

State Publications and Regulations 

State Bookstore Catalog, April 1998. 1998 73 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 1 1 6, State House, Boston, MA 02 1 33 (617) 727-2834.] 982/457 



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Office of the Secretary of State, State Publications and Regulations , continued 

State Bookstore Catalog, April 1998. 1998 73 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 982/457 

State Bookstore Catalog July 1998. 1998 74 p. [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, 
Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 983/616 

State Bookstore Catalog September 1998. 1998 74 p. [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 1 16, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 983/617 

Tours and Government Education Division 
Room 194. State House, Boston, MA 02133 

A Brief Tour of the Grounds of the Massachusetts State House. 1998 2 p. 984/485 

The Guides' Gazette, Summer 1998. 1998 27 p. 983/618 

The Ladybug Story: A Story About Lawmaking, Updated 2/97. 1997 [unpaged] 981/615 

What's Under the Golden Dome?: A Children's Guide to the Massachusetts State House, 
Updated 2/97. 1997 13 p. 981/616 

Western Office 

436 Dwight Street, Room 102, Springfield, MA 01 103 

Your Source for Publiclnformation, Updated 9/97. 1997 2 p. 981/617 



Office of Travel and Tourism 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Boston: the 1997/98 Official Guidebook, n.d. 152 p. 982/458 
Massachusetts 1998 Getaway Guide. 1998 149 p. 981/618 



Office of Vehicle Management 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1017, Boston, MA 02108 

Policies and Procedures Manual. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/619 



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Office on Disability 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1305, Boston, MA 02108 

Financial Programs/Technical Assistance for Local Governments and Funding Sources for Home 
Modifications. 1998 35 p. 981/620 

CARDS (Coordinated Aging. Rehabilitation and Disability Services) Project 

A Comprehensive Inventory of Services for Elders and Persons with Disabilities, First Edition. 
By Connie W.T. Tai and Charlotte Fritz 1998 53 p. [Prepared by: Executive Office of Elder 
Affairs.] 982/459 



Old Colony Planning Council 

70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02301-4097 

Annual Report 1998. 1998 [unpaged] 984/486 

Going Places: Old Colony Joint Transportation Newsletter, February 1998. 1998 6 p. 
981/622 

Going Places: Old Colony Joint Transportation Newsletter, May 1998. 1998 6 p. 982/460 



Going Places: Old Colony Joint Transportation Newsletter, July 1998. 1998 4 p. 983/627 
Going Places: Old Colony Joint Transportation Newsletter, October 1998. 1998 6 p. 984/ 
NEWSLINE, Winter 1998. 1998 2 p. 981/621 
NEWSLINE, Fall 1998. 1998 2 p. 984/488 



Operational Services Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Burma Restriction List, April 1998. 1998 15 p. [This list is available in Adobe Acrobat Format 
from the World Wide Web at: http://www.state.ma.us. The agency will be found on the menu 
under Agencies and then under Executive Office for Administration and Finance.] 982/461 

Contract Education: Hospital & Laboratory Contracts, Medicine & Medical Services Contracts, 
Clothing & Toiletry Contracts and Facilities Contracts. 1998 4 p. 981/623 

Contract Education: Hospital & Laboratory Contracts; Medicine & Medical Services Contracts; 
Clothing & Toiletry Contracts; Facilities Contracts and Office SuppUes. 1998 2 p. 981/624 



Operational Services Division, continued 

Contract Education: Hospital & Laboratory Contracts, Medicine & Medical Services Contracts, 
Clothing & Toiletry Contracts, Facilities Contracts and Office Supplies. 1998 2 p. 982/462 

OSD Update, #97-9A: Extension and Supplement to Incontinent Care Products, Statewide 
Contract HSPOl. 1997 4 p. 981/625 

OSD Update, #97-12A: Supplement to Statewide Contract for Medical & Surgical Supplies - 
Contract Number HSP02. 1997 3 p. 981/626 

OSD Update, #97-20A: Extension Uniform Apparel, Footwear, Fire Fighting Clothing and 
Accessories CLT02. 1998 5 p. 981/627 

OSD Update, #97-24B: Changes to Statewide Contract for Travel Services (ST7B01 A), 
Amendment to OSD Updates 97-24 and 97-24A. 1997 1 p. 981/628 

OSD Update, #97-27A: Supplement to Statewide Contract for Clinical/Diagnostic, Forensic & 
Environmental Laboratory Products-Contract No. HSP05. 1998 1 p. 982/463 

OSD Update, #97-32A: Extensionof Statewide Contract ST6J461. 1997 13 p. 982/464 

OSD Update, #97-35A: Additional Services on Master Service Agreement #ST7-J21 1, 
Fluorescent Lamp Recycling. 1997 1 p. 981/629 

OSD Update, #97-40A: Referenced Laboratory Services. 1998 4 p. 983/628 

OSD Update, #98-1 A: Extension of Statewide Contract ST5J501, Management, Staff & 
Computer Training Services. 1997 3 p. 981/630 

OSD Update, #98-4A (Extension): Extension of Pharmaceutical Prime Vending and 
Pharmaceutical Group Purchasing Organization Contract to June 30, 1999. -Contract No. D7700. 
1998 3 p. [This update supersedes #98-4.] 982/465 

OSD Update, #98-6B: Revised Edition of Tax Exempt Lease Purchase (TELP) Handbook. 1998 
31 p. 982/466 

OSD Update, #98-7A: Foreign Language Written Translation and Oral Interpretation Services 
Statewide Contract #ST7J502. 1998 2 p. 983/629 

OSD Update, #98-12: New Contract for Underground Storage Tank Testing and Licensed Site 
Professional Services-Contract Number:ST8-J12 12. 1997 18 p. 981/631 

OSD Update. #98-20A: Clarification of the City of Boston Flammability Requirements CAL133. 
1998 1 p. 981/632 



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Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, #98-23: Statewide Contract for Training and Organizational Development. 1997 
[var. pag.] 981/633 

OSD Update, #98-23 A: ST7J502 Training and Organizational Development - Changes. 1998 
1 p. 982/467 

OSD Update, #98-23B: Statewide Contract for Training and Organizational Development 
Statewide Contract #ST7J502. 1998 2 p. 983/630 

OSD Update, #98-24: Extension of Statewide Contract 1-7505 for Stock Computer Forms 
(Recycled). 1997 3 p. 981/634 

OSD Update, #98-25: Universal Service Fund and Access Reform Charges for the Paging, 
BT8L25P; CNSA, Long Distance; and Centrex, BT7L41A; under the Telecommunication Act of 
1996. 1998 1 p. 981/635 

OSD Update, #98-26: NEW— Statewide Contract (ST8L491) for Maintenance and Repair of 
Medical and Laboratory Equipment Resulting from Request for Response (RFR) MED09. 1998 
6 p. 981/636 

OSD Update, #98-26: Statewide Contract (ST81491) for Maintenance and Repair of Medical and 
Laboratory Equipment resulting from Request for Response (RFR) MED09. 1998 6 p. 981/637 

OSD Update, #98-27: Statewide Contract Extension for Hazardous Material Collection Services 
(MSA#ST6J211). 1998 4 p. 981/638 

OSD Update, #98-28: PC and Network Hardware, Software, Maintenance and Integrator 
Services Contract N6922, BT6L41P and BT6H03P-Announcements, Vendor Changes and Contract 
Updates. 1998 12 p. 981/639 

OSD Update, #98-29: Internet Access Services, Statewide Contract Numbers, BT8E081 & 
ITD98. 1998 5 p. 981/640 

OSD Update, #98-30: Extension of Statewide Contract for Travel Services (ST7B01 A). 1998 
1 p. 981/641 

OSD Update, #98-3 1 (Replaces OSD Update 97-30): Comm-PASS Posting Procedures. 1998 
10 p. 981/642 

OSD Update, #98-32: Statewide Contract Announcement for Water, Cooler and Related 
Supplies & Equipment to Belmont Springs (GROOIOIOO) and Polestar Corporation (GROO 10200). 
1998 8 p. 981/643 



Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, #98-34: Software - Oracle Database Products and Services. 1998 5 p. 981/644 

OSD Update, #98-35: Vehicle Maintenance Management Services #MS A ST8L443. 1998 4 p. 
982/468 

OSD Update, #98-36: Contracts for Influenzena Vaccine for the 98-99 Flu Season Have Been 
Awarded. 1998 1 p. 982/469 

OSD Update, #98-37: Awarding of Statewide and Multi-State Contract for Dental SuppHes, 
Instruments & Small Equipment - Statewide Contract Number HSP98. 1998 6 p. 982/470 

OSD Update, #98-38: Contract Award Notice for Glass Beads, Recycled-Contract #VEH10. 
1998 Ip. 982/471 

OSD Update, #98-39: Express Delivery Services Statewide Contract #ST6J293 Renewal through 
January 22, 1999. 1998 8 p. 982/472 

OSD Update, #98-40: Statewide Contract SECOl Corrugated Re-Cycled Storage Boxes (Archive 
Boxes). 1998 1 p. 982/473 

OSD Update, #98-41: 1-7507 Envelopes, Recycled Extension of Statewide Contract with the 
Same Prices Thru October 26, 1998. 1998 5 p. 982/474 

OSD Update, #98-42: Software-Software Reseller Statewide Price Agreement (PA)-ITSOl. 
1998 2 p. 983/631 

OSD Update, #98-43: 1-6506 Paper Stock (Cut & Flat) Extension of Statewide Contract with 
Revised Prices Thru October 16, 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/475 

OSD Update, #98-44: Statewide Contract for Unleaded GasoUne: ENE05. 1998 7 p. 982/476 

OSD Update, #98-45: New Statewide Contract for Road Patch Materials VEH05. 1998 5 p. 

982/477 

OSD Update, #98-46: New Statewide Contract for Temporary Help Services (ST8J461). 1998 
[var. pag.] 982/478 

OSD Update, #98-46A: Announcement for Contract Education New Statewide Contract- 
Temporary Help Services (ST8J461). 1998 Ip. 983/632 

OSD Update, #98-47: Telecommunication/Data Irrfrastructure Services, Statewide Contract 
Numbers, ITT05,BT8J081. 1998 36 p. 983/633 



Operational Services Division, continued 

OSD Update, #98-48: New Statewide Contract for Gasoline Powered Passenger Vehicles, Light 
Duty Trucks and Vans, VEH06. 1998 4 p. 983/634 

OSD Update, #98-49: New-Statewide Contract for Intermittent Health Care Personnel and 
Services Resulting from RFRMEDll. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/635 

OSD Update, #98-51 : PC and Network Hardware, Maintenance and Integrator Services Contract 
N6922, BT6L41P and BT6H03P - Annoimcements, Vendor Changes and Contract Updates. 1998 
10 p. 983/636 

OSD Update, #98-52: Awarding of Statewide Contract for Industrial/Commercial Equipment 
and Supplies - Statewide Contract Number: FAC04. 1998 8 p. 983/637 

OSD Update, #99-1 : Operational Leasing Statewide Contract for Information Technology 
Equipment; Statewide Contract No. BT9L211. 1998 27 p. 983/638 

OSDiscussions...VolumeII, Issue 4, Spring 1998. 1998 12 p. 982/479 

OSDiscussions...VolumeIII, Issue I, Summer 1998. 1998 12 p. 983/639 

OSDiscussions...VolumeIII,Issue2,Fall 1998. 1998 12p. 984/490 

Procurement Policies & Procedures Handbook. 1998 233 p. 983/640 

Recycled and Environmentally Preferable Products and Services Guide, Volume VIII, June 1998. 
1998 31 p. 983/641 

Restricted Burma Purchase List and Parent Companies with Subsidiaries. 1998 19 p. 984/491 

Return of Airgas Northeast Gas Cylinders. 1998 1 p. 981/645 

Revised Edition of Tax Exempt Lease Purchase (TELP) Handbook. 1 998 29 p. 982/480 

Financial Services Procurement Management Team 

Tax Exempt Lease Purchase Financing Handbook (ST7L001). n.d. 23 p. 981/646 



Parole Board 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Suite 300, Boston, MA 021 10-1606 

Annual Report 1994. n.d. 1 14 p. 982/482 



Parole Board, continued 

Annual Statistical Report 1993. By Richard Lunden et al. n.d. 76 p. 982/481 

Board Bulletin, The Massachusetts Parole Board's Quarterly Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 1, Summer, 
1998. 1998 12 p. 983/642 

Intensive Parole for Sex Offenders (I.P.S.O.). n.d. 4 p. 982/483 

Parole Board: Community Supervision, Protecting the Public. 1998 2 p. 982/484 



Pension Reserves Investment Management Board 

125 Summer Street, 10th floor, Boston, MA 021 10 

"Declaration of Trust" Communication to the General Court. 1998 26 p. 1998 House Doc 5821. 
984/492 



Pension Reserves Investment Trust Fund 

125 Summer Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Annual Report FY90. 1990 32 p. 982/485 

Annual Report FY91. 1991 20 p. 982/486 

Annual Report FY93. 1993 33 p. 982/488 

Annual Report FY94. 1994 47 p. 982/489 

Annual Report FY95. 1995 [var. pag.] 982/490 

Annual Report FY96. 1996 [var. pag.] 982/491 

Annual Report FY97 and Final Report of the Massachusetts State Teachers' and Employees' 
Retirement Systems Trust as of December 31, 1996. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/492 

Financial Statements as of June 30, 1992 and 1991 Together with Letter from the Chairman and 
Auditor's Report. 1992 [var. pag.] 982/487 



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Performance Enhancement Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: This commission was established by the Legislature under Section 224 of the FY'98 

General Appropriations Act. 

Interim Report to the Legislature. 1998 [var. pag.] 981/533 

Final Report to the Legislature. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/643 

Pesticide Bureau 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report FY97. 1998 33 p. 981/647 

A Homeowner's Guide to Environmentally Sound Lawncare: Maintaining a Healthy Lawn the 
IPMWay. 1997 20 p. 982/493 

Introducing the Massachusetts IPM Council: Promoting Integrated Pest Management in Every 
Community, n.d. 2 p. 982/494 

IPM: Integrated Pest Management Kit for Building Managers: How to Implement an Integrated 
Pest Management Program in Your Building(s). By Brad Mitchell et al. n.d. [var. pag.] 
982/495 

IPM Protects the Environment, n.d. 2 p. 982/496 

Pesticide Bureau News, Volume 1 , Issue 97- 1 . 1997 8 p. 982/497 

Pesticide Bureau News, Volume 1, Issue 98-1 . 1998 8 p. 982/498 

Pesticide Bureau News, Volume 2, Issue 98-2, September 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/645 

Urban Pest Control: The "IPM" Way; An Informational Brochure, n.d. 2 p. 982/499 

Urban Pest Control: The "IPM" Way; An Introduction, Q & A. n.d. 2 p. 982/500 

What to Know Before You Hire a Pest Control Operator, n.d. 2 p. 982/501 



Pioneer Valley Planning Commission 

26 Central Street, West Springfield, MA 01089-2787 

1992 to 1997 Regional Traffic Counts. 1998 33 p. 983/646 



Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, continued 

Base Data Report 1984. 1984 139 p. 982/502 

Enhancing East Longmeadow Through Improved Business. Commercial and Industrial Zoning. 
1997 99 p. [This project was flinded by a Municipal Incentive Grant awarded by the 
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development.] 981/648 

Pavement Management Program: Easthampton. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/647 

Pioneer Valley Export Resource Guide. 1998 13 p. 983/648 

Regional Pavement Management Report: Evaluation of Pavement Conditions and Maintenance 
Requirements. 1997 [var. pag.] [Funding provided, in part, by the Highway Department and the 
U.S. Department of Transportation.] 981/649 

Valley Vision: The Regional Land Use Plan for The Pioneer Valley. 1 997 [var. pag.] [Includes 
Maps.] 981/650 

Valley Vision: The Regional Land Use Plan for The Pioneer Valley, Executive Summary. 1997 
22 p. 981/651 



Probate and Family Court Department 

Three Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Note: These reports were done as mandated by St. 1995, ch.38, sec. 2). 

Office of the Chief Justice 

1996 Report of the Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare Cases. By Mary 
M. Ferriter 1996 5 p. [This is the first report.] 981/652 

1996 Second Quarterly Report: Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare 
Cases. By Mary M. Ferriter 1996 7 p. 981/653 

1996 Third Quarterly Report: Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare Cases. 
By Mary M. Ferriter 1996 9 p. 981/654 

1996 Fourth Quarterly Report: Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare 
Cases. By Mary M. Ferriter 1997 [var. pag.] 981/655 

1 997 First Quarterly Report: Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare Cases. 
By Mary M. Ferriter 1997 14 p. 981/656 



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Probate and Family Court Department, Office of the Chief Justice , continued 

1997 Second Quarterly Report: Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare 
Cases. By Mary M. Ferriter 1997 9 p. 981/657 

1997 Third Quarterly Report: Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child Welfare Cases. 
By Mary M. Ferriter 1997 13 p. 981/658 

1997 Fourth Quarterly Report: Report of the Probate and Family Court on the Backlog of Child 
Welfare Cases. By Mary M. Ferriter 1998 68 p. 981/659 

Termination of Parental Rights Cases in the Probate and Family Court: Recommendations for 
Improvements to the System. By Mary M. Ferriter 1995 [var. pag.] 981/660 



Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission 

5 Middlesex Avenue, 3rd floor, Somerville, MA 02145 

Actuarial Valuation Report as of January 1, 1998 for the Commonwealth's Total Pension 
Obligation. 1998 35 p. 984/493 

AnnualReport 1997. 1998 64p. 984/494 

Cost ofLiving Adjustment (COLA). 1997 25 p. 981/661 

Public Records Division 

One Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108 

A Guide to the Massachusetts Public Records Law, Updated 2/97. 1 997 32 p. 982/503 

Guidelines for the Notary Public, Updated 5/96. 1996 2 p. 981/662 

How to Become a Notary Public, Updated 9/97. 1997 2 p. 981/663 

Lobbyist Section 

1997 Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers Year End Report of Disclosed Salaries January 1, 
1997 to December 31, 1997. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/505 

1997 Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers Year-End Registration Listing January 1, 1997 to 
December 31, 1997. 1997 201 p. [This document is available in the State Bookstore, Room 1 16, 
State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617)727-2834.] 981/664 



Public Records Division, Lobbyist Section, continued 

Massachusetts Lobbyists & Employers 1 997 Year-end Statistical Report. 1 998 [var. pag.] 
982/504 

1998 Massachusetts Lobbyists and Employers: Registration Listing January 1, 1998 to July 3L 
1998. 1998 [var. pag.] [Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House, 
Boston. MA 02133 ^(617)727-2834.] 983/650 

Lobbyists and Employers Registration Listing January 1, 1998 to April 4, 1998. 1998 318 p. 
[Copies are available at the State Bookstore, Room 116, State House. Boston, MA 02133 (617) 
727-2834.] 982/506 

Lobbying in Massachusetts: Agent Registration Requirements, Disclosure Requirements, 
Definitions, Sample Forms, Fees and Penalties, n.d. 40 p. 981/665 



Quasi-Public Corporation Planning Council 

c/o Corporation for Educational Telecommunications, One Kendall Square Building 1 500, 
Cambridge, MA 02139 

Educational Technologv Marketing Task Force 

High Tech State, Low Tech Schools: Massachusetts' Call to Action. 1995 4 p. 982/505 

High_Tech @MA.schools.kl2, Issue 1, Fall 1996. 1996 4 p. 983/652 

High_ Tech @MA.schools.kl2, Issue 2, Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 982/506 

High_ Tech @MA.schools.kl2, Issue 3, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 982/507 

High_ Tech @MA.schools.kl2, Issue 4, Spring 1998. 1998 8 p. 982/508 

The Practitioner's Guide to Economic Development in Massachusetts. 1997 [impaged] 
983/651 



Registry of Motor Vehicles 

P.O. Box 199100, Boston, MA 02119-9100 

Driver's Manual, Revised 09/98 for Passengers Vehicles and Motorcycles. 1 998 1 39 p. 
984/495 

History of the Plate. 1998 6 p. 984/496 



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Registry of Motor Vehicles, continued 

The Massachusetts Motorcycle Inspection Program. 1998 2 p. 984/497 

Massachusetts Special Plates. 1998 2 p. 984/498 

Moving to Massachusetts OR Within the State? What You Need to Know. 1998 2 p. 984/499 

Need Registr>' Information. 1998 2 p. 984/500 

The New Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles "Keeping You Rolling Along". 1998 2 p. 
984/501 

Renewing Your Driver's License? Save Time Visit.... License Express. 1998 2 p. 984/502 

School Pupil Transport Vehicles: A Manual for Obtaining a License to Operate Smaller Pupil 
Transport Vehicles (7D Vehicles). 1998 11 p. 982/509 



Registry of Vital Records and Statistics 

470 Atlantic Avenue, 2nd floor, Boston, MA 021 10-2224 

Vital Statistics of Massachusetts: 1993 Annual Report. By Susan T. Gershman et al. 1996 
161 p. [This document is commonly called PD #1.] 984/503 

Vital Statistics of Massachusetts: 1 994 Annual Report. 1997 185 p. [This document is 
commonly called PD # 1 .] 984/504 

Vital Statistics of Massachusetts: 1 995 Annual Report. 1997 189 p. [This document is 
commonly called PD #1 .] 984/505 



Rehabilitation Commission 

27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, MA 02210-1616 

Home Care Assistance Program. 1998 2 p. 982/510 

Ombudsperson Office. 1998 1 p. [Available m English and Spanish.] 982/511 

Programs and Services. 1998 2 p. [Available in EngHsh and Spanish.] 982/512 

Protective Services Program. 1998 1 p. 982/513 

Rehabilitation Technology. 1998 2 p. 982/514 



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Rehabilitation Commission, continued 
SHIP (Statewide Head Injury Program). 1997 2 p. 982/515 
Statewide Employment Services Department. 1998 3 p. 982/516 
Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program. 1998 2 p. 982/517 
Your Partner for Employment Solutions, n.d. 2 p. 982/5 1 8 

Riverways Program 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Massachusetts Rivers Are Coming Back— But They Need Your Help! n.d. 2 p. 981/666 
Urban Rivers Action Program, n.d. 2 p. 981/667 

Salem State College 

352 Lafayette Street, Salem, MA 01970 

President's Report 1997: Access & Renewal. 1997 25 p. 983/653 

Sextant: The Journal of Salem State College, vol. 8, no. 1. 1998. 1998 40 p. 981/668 



Schooner Ernestina Commission 

P.O. Box 2010, New Bedford, MA 02741-2010 

Schooner Ernestina Informational Brochure. 1998 [var. pag.] 983/654 



Seaport Advisory Council 

40 Centre Street, Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Port Governance Study, Final Report. 1998 54 p. [Submitted by: Gillespie O'Connell 
Associates, Inc.] 981/669 

The Port Report: The Latest News form the Ports of Massachusetts, vol. 1. no. 2. April 1998. 
1998 8 p. 982/519 



Seaport Advisory Council 

40 Centre Street, Fairhaven, MA 02719 

The Port Report, vol. 1, no. 1, February 1998. 1998 4 p. 981/670 
Department of Economic Development 
The Ports of Massachusetts, n.d. [unpaged] 981/671 



State Board of Retirement 

One Ashburton Place, Room 1219, Boston, MA 02108 



Fact Sheet, n.d. 4 p. 982/520 



State College Building Authority 

136 Lincoln Street, Boston, MA 021 1 1 



Financial Statements June 30, 1998. 1998 20 p. [Prepared by: Gary R. Oman, P.C] 984/506 



State Ethics Commission 

One Ashburton Place, Room 619, Boston, MA 02108 



20th Anniversary Symposium: Twenty Years Later: Do Ethics Panels Work? 1998 7 p. [Event 
held at the Gardner Auditorium, State House on Wednesday, October 2 1 , 1 998.] 984/507 

Annual Report FY98. 1998 15 p. 983/655 

Bulletin, Volume XX, Issue 1, Spring 1998. 1998 4 p. 982/521 

Commission Advisory No. 2: Guidelines for Legislators Accepting Expenses and Fees for 
Speaking Engagements. 1983 4 p. 983/656 

Commission Advisory No. 3: The Appointment of Municipal Officials to Positions Supervised 
bytheirOwnBoards, Revised 1996. 1996 4 p. 983/657 

Commission Advisory No. 5: Municipal Districts and Authorities and Their Special Municipal 
Employees, Revised 1992. 1992 5 p. 983/658 

Commission Advisory No. 6: Municipal Lawyers Representing Both a Municipal Employee and 
a Municipality in the Same Suit. 1984 3 p. 983/659 



State Ethics Commission, continued 

Commission Advisory No. 7: Multiple Office Holding at the Local Level, Revised 1993. 1993 
7 p. 983/660 

Commission Advisory No. 98-1 : The Conflict Law and Legislators' Private Employment. 1998 

4 p. 983/661 

Commission Fact Sheet No. 2: Liquor Licenses and the Conflict Law, Revised January 28, 1991. 
1991 2 p. 983/662 

Commission Fact Sheet No. 3: Guidelines for Municipal Officials Voting on Budgets Which 
Include Salaries for Family Members, Revised August 1992. 1992 3 p. 983/663 

Commission Fact Sheet No. 4: "Special" Municipal Employees, Revised August 1992. 1992 

5 p. 983/664 

Commission Fact Sheet No. 5: Rule of Necessity, Revised February 1993. 1993 2 p. 983/665 

Commission Fact Sheet No. 10: Business and Entertainment Expenses for Public Ofificials, 
Revised December 1992. 1992 2 p. 983/666 

Conflict of Interest Seminar, n.d. 1 p. 983/667 

Educational Material List for State, County and Municipal Employees and Officials. 1998 2 p. 
983/668 

EnforcementProcedures, Revised May 12, 1998. 1998 8 p. 983/669 

Guide to the Conflict of Interest Law for Municipal Employees. By Lee Regan and Ardith 
Wieworka n.d. 32 p. 983/670 

Guide to the Conflict of Interest Law for Police Officers. 1990 35 p. 983/671 

SummariesofCommissionAdvisories, Revised 1998. 1998 2 p. 983/672 

Summary of the Commission Advisory No. 1 1 - Nepotism, Revised 1990. 1990 10 p. 983/673 

Summary of the Conflict of Interest Law for Board of Health Members, Revised 1996. 1996 5 p. 

983/674 

Summary ofthe Conflict of Interest Law -No. 1: Selectmen. Revised March 1990. 1990 6 p. 
983/675 

Summary ofthe Conflict of Interest Law. No. 2; City Councillors. 1987 5 p. 983/676 



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State Ethics Commission, continued 

Summary ofthe Conflict oflnterest Law, No. 4: Town and City Clerks. 1987 4 p. 983/677 

Summary ofthe Conflict oflnterest Law, No. 7: Zoning Board of Appeals Members. 1987 
4 p. 983/678 

Summary ofthe Conflict oflnterest Law, No. 10: Auditors and Accountants. 1988 4 p. 
983/679 

Summary ofthe Conflict oflnterest Law, No. 12: Former State Employees, Revised March, 
1993. 1993 4 p. 983/680 

Summary ofthe Conflict oflnterest Law, No. 14: Housing Authority Members and Employees. 
1989 6 p. 983/681 



State Historical Records Advisory Board 

220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125 

How to Find Funding in Massachusetts. 1998 2 p. Technical Leaflet #1 982/522 
Planning for Progress. 1998 2 p. 982/523 

State Library 

Room 341, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

Massachusetts State Publications 1997. 1998 239 p. [Copies are available at the State 
Bookstore, Room 116, State House, Boston, MA 02133 (617) 727-2834.] 982/525 

New Acquisitions January 1998. 1998 7 p. 981/672 

New Acquisitions March 1998. 1998 6 p. 981/673 

NewAcquisitions, July 1998. 1998 7 p. 983/682 

New Acquisitions September 1998. 1998 7 p. 984/508 

NewAcquisitions November 1998. 1998 7 p. 984/509 



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State Library, continued 

Special Collections Department 

Room 55, State House, Boston, MA 02133 

A Guide to Tax Valuations in the Collection of the State Library of Massachusetts. By Brenda 
Howitson 1997 [unpaged] 982/524 



State Lottery Commission 

60 Columbian Street, Braintree, MA 02133 

Annual Report FY'97. 1997 [var.pag.] [This is the first annual report since 1992.] 983/683 
Charitable Gaming 1997 Annual Report. 1997 18 p. 983/684 
A Reference Guide 1988. 1988 [unpaged] 982/526 



State Office of Affirmative Action 

One Ashburton Place, Room 213, Boston, MA 02108 

MINDSET "Where's Yours": A Newsletter from the State Office of Affirmative Action, Volume 
1, Issue 1, Fall 1997. 1997 8 p. 981/674 



State Racing Commission 

100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Application for License to Hold or Conduct a Racing Meeting CY96. 1996 [var. pag.] 
[Includes exhibits and maps.] 981/675 

Sixty-third Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1997. 1998 [var.pag.] 982/527 

Volume 1 : Application for License to Hold or Conduct a Racing Meeting CY97. 1996 [var. 
pag.] [Includes exhibits and maps.] 981/676 

Volume 2: Apphcation for License to Hold or Conduct a Racing Meeting CY97. 1996 [var. 
pag.] [Includes exhibits and maps.] 981/677 

Volume 3: Application for License to Hold or Conduct a Racing Meeting CY97. 1 996 [var. 
pag.] [Includes exhibits and maps.] 981/678 

Volume 4: Application for License to Hold or Conduct a Racing Meeting CY97. 1996 [var. 
pag.] [Includes exhibits and maps.] 981/679 



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Steamship Authority 

P.O. Box 284, Woods Hole, MA 02543 

Annual Report 1997. n.d. 32 p. 983/685 



Strategic Envirotechnology Partnership (STEP) 

c/o Department of Economic Development, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, MA 02202 

Annual Report 1995. 1996 24 p. 983/686 

Annual Report 1996. 1997 14 p. 983/687 

Annual Report 1997. 1998 16 p. [In conjunction with the Executive Office of Environmental 
Affairs and the University of Massachusetts.] 982/528 

Supreme Judicial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Annual Report on the State ofthe Massachusetts Court System FY'97. 1998 116 p. 981/680 

Uniform Rules on Court-Connected Dispute Resolution. 1998 [var. pag.] 982/529 
Commission on Judicial Conduct 

Report and Recommendation. 1998 32 p. Complaint No. 96-36. 982/530 
Committee on Fee-Generating Appointments 

Report. 1997 [var. pag.] 982/531 
Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services 

Preliminary Report. 1998 16 p. [The report was issued March 6, 1998.] 983/688 

Final Report. 1998 [var. pag.] 984/510 

Judiciary/Media Steering Committee 

Regional Conference Report. 1998 34 p. [Conference held December 1, 1998 at the 
Massachusetts School of Law, Andover.] 984/5 1 1 



Supreme Judicial Court, continued 

Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 

294 Washington Street, Suite 320, Boston, MA 02108 

Advisor, No. 47, FallAVinter 1997. 1998 32 p. 981/681 

Advisor,No. 48, Summer 1998. 1998 28 p. 983/689 

Office of the Chief Justice 

Keynote Address Given Before the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Bar Association. By 
Herbert P. Wilkins 1998 9 p. [Address given on Saturday, March 14, 1998.] 981/682 

Public Information Office 

SJC Adopts New Implementation Schedule for Uniform Rules on Dispute Resolution. 1998 2 p. 
983/690 

Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution 

Report to the Legislature on the Impact of Alternative Dispute Resolution on the Massachusetts 
Trial Court. 1998 113 p. 982/523 

Suffolk County 

Memorandum in Support of Commonwealth's Petition for Relief Pursuant to G.L. c.21 1 sec. 3: 
Commonwealth V. Louise Woodward. 1997 42 p. [Middlesex Superior Court No. 97-433.] 
981/683 

Petition for Relief Pursuant to G.L. c.21 1 sec. 3: Commonwealth V. Louise Woodward. 1997 
1 6 p. [Middlesex Superior Court No. 97-43 3 .] 981/684 

Task Force on Judicial Branch Education 

Final Report. 1997 23 p. 982/533 

Teachers' Retirement Board 

69 Canal Street, Boston, MA 021 14-2006 

Benefits Coordinator Contact List. 1998 19 p. 983/691 



Thrift Institutions Fund for Economic Development 

c/o State Street Bank & Trust Co., 225 Franklin Street, Boston, MA 021 10 

Final Report 1997. 1997 5 p. 981/685 

Financial Statements June 30, 1997 and 1996. 1997 12 p. [Prepared by KPMG.] 981/686 

Financial Statements December 31, 1997 and June 30, 1997 and 1996. 1997 12 p. [Prepared by 
KPMG.] 981/687 

Trial Court 

Two Center Plaza, Boston, MA 02108 

Administrative Office. Planning and Development Department 

Judicial Response System Report for FY'97. 1997 4 p. 983/692 

Office of the Chief Administrative Justice 

Guidelines for Judicial Practice: Abuse Prevention Proceedings, October 1996, Revised June 
1997. 1998 [var. pag.] [This is a looseleaf notebook publication.] 984/512 



Turnpike Authority 

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 021 16 

1997 Annual Report and Financial Statements with Independent Auditors' Reports for the Years 
Ending December 3 1 , 1 997 and 1 996. 1 998 [var. pag.] 984/5 1 3 

Boston Extension Ramps Feasibility Study, Final Report. 1997 [var. pag.] [Prepared by: 
Frederic R. Harris, Inc. and Stone & Webster.] 98 1/688 

Massachusetts Transportation Map. 1997 2 p. 981/689 

Report on Pilot Program for the Suspension of Tolls on the Massachusetts Turnpike During the 
Thanksgiving Holiday. 1998 10 p. [Prepared by: URS Greiner Consultants, Inc.] 984/514 



University of Massachusetts 

One Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 

Board of Trustees 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1998: Amendments to the Executive 
Compensation Policy. 1998 3 p. Doc. T98-077. 984/515 



University of Massachusetts, Board of Trustees , continued 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board tn 1998: Policy for Responding to Allegations of 
Scientific Misconduct, UMASS Medical Center. 1998 15 p. Doc. T98-093. 984/516 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1998: Rules and Regulations Relative to the 
Operation and Governance of the University of Massachusetts Medical School Group Practice. 
1998 19p. Doc. T98-046. 984/517 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1998: Self Insurance Trust - Governance 
Document. 1998 4 p. Doc. T90-056A, As amended. 984/519 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1998: University of Massachusetts By-Laws. 
1998 8 p. Doc. T91-100, As amended. 984/520 

Rules and Regulations Adopted by the Board in 1998: Workforce Redesign/Staff Reduction 
PoUcy, Non-Unit Staff, UMASS Worcester. 1998 2 p. Doc. T93-079, As amended. 984/521 

President's QjETice 

Future of Engineering at the University of Massachusetts: A Decade of Collaboration. By Lyle 
D. Feisel et al. 1994 [var. pag.] 984/522 



University of Massachusetts Amherst 

Amherst, MA 01003 

Graduate Commencement. 1998 [var. pag.] [Graduation to take place at the Mullins Center on 
May 23, 1998.] 982/534 

Homecoming Festival Convocation 1998. 1998 [unpaged] p. [Held October 2, 1998 in Bowker 
Auditorium, Stockbridge Hall.] 984/523 

One Hundred and Twenty-Eighth Undergraduate Commencement. 1998 [var. pag.] [Graduation 
to take place on May 24, 1 998.] 982/535 

UMASS: The Magazine for Alumni and Friends of the Amherst Campus, Winter 1998. 1998 
56 p. 982/536 

Citizen Planner Training Collaborative 
109HillsNorth. Amherst, MA 01003 

The Comprehensive (Master) Plan: Preparation and Implementation. By Robert A. Bowyer 
1996 48 p. 983/693 



University of Massachusetts Amherst, continued 

College of Engineering 

Engineering News, vol. 5, no. 2, Winter '97/Spring '98. 1997 1 6 p. 981/690 

Engineering News, vol. 5, no. 3, Summer 1998. 1998 16 p. [Information also available on the 
World Wide Web at: http://www.ecs.umass.edu.] 982/537 

Department of History 

History Newsletter 1998. 1998 16 p. 983/694 
Department of Plant & Soil Sciences 

Fruit Notes, vol. 63, no. 1, Winter Issue 1998. 1998 17 p. 982/539 

Fruit Notes, vol. 62, no. 3 Summer Issue 1997. 1997 15 p. 982/538 
Department of Public Safety 

Campus Safety News, Fall 19998. 1998 6 p. 984/524 
Graduate School 

1998/99 Graduate School BuUetin. 1998 240 p. 983/695 

Graduate Student Handbook. 1998 80 p. 983/696 

Institute for Man and Environment 

The Formulation of Strategies for Community/Economic Development for Ayer, MA, Final 
Report. By Raymond A. Werbe and F. Scott Cleveland 1977 71 p. R-77-5 [Prepared for the 
Board of Selectmen Industrial Commission, Ayer, MA.] 982/540 

Incentives for Community and Economic Development under Chapter 121 A. 1977 77 p. 
UMASS/IME/R-77/14 [Conference held on May 26, 1 977.] 982/541 

Massachusetts Benchmarks Project 

Massachusetts Benchmarks, The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Volume One, 
Issue 2, Spring '98. 1998 21 p. [In cooperation with the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.] 

982/542 

Massachusetts Benchmarks, The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Volume One, 
Issue 3, Summer 1998. 1998 25 p. 983/697 



University of Massachusetts Amherst, Massachusetts Benchmarks Project , continued 

Massachusetts Benchmarks, The Quarterly Review of Economic News & Insight, Volume One, 
Issue 4, Fall 1998. 1998 25 p. 984/525 

Massachusetts Institute for Social & Economic Research (MISER ) 
Thompson Hall Box 37515, Amherst. MA 01003-7515 

Estimates of the Population of Massachusetts Counties: Annual Time Series, 7/1/90 to 7/1/97. 
1998 Ip. 981/691 

Massachusetts State Data Center Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 2, 1998. 1998 2 p. 984/526 

Population Estimates for Massachusetts Cities and Towns, July 1, 1990 and July 1, 1995. 1998 
6 p. 984/527 

Population Estimates for Massachusetts Cities and Towns for 1996, Draft Methodology 
Summary, n.d. 5 p. 981/692 

State Data Center Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1, 1998. 1998 2 p. [The newsletter is available 
on the World Wide Web at http://www.umass.edu/miser/news.htm. It will be a quarterly 
publication.] 982/543 

Office of Communications and Marketing 

Building a Stronger UMASS: Visual Identity Style Guide, n.d. 32 p. 984/528 
Office of Grant and Contract Administration 

Sponsored Activities Annual Report FY'97: Supporting Tomorrow Today. n.d. 36 p. 981/693 
Office of Information Technologies 

OIT, vol. 1, #1, September 1995. 1995 41 p. 983/698 

OIT. vol. 1, #2, February 1996. 1996 46 p. 983/699 

OIT, vol. 2, #1, Fall 1996. 1996 51 p. 983/700 

OIT. vol. 2, #2, Winter/Spring 1997. 1997 41 p. 983/701 

OIT, vol. 3, #1, Fall 1997. 1997 42 p. 983/702 



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University of Massachusetts Amherst, Office of Information Technologies , continued 

OIT, vol. 3, #2, Spring 1998. 1998 60 p. 983/703 
Office of the Chancellor 

The Chancellor's Council Update, Spring 1996. 1996 4 p. 983/704 
School of Education 

Equity & Excellence in Education, vol. 31, no. 1, April 1998. 1998 83 p. 982/544 

Equity&ExcellenceinEducation,vol. 31, no. 2, September 1998. 1998 79 p. 983/705 
Stockbridge School 

Stockbridge School Catalog 1998/99. 1998 50 p. 984/529 

Seventy-Sixth Commencement. 1998 [var. pag.] [Graduation to take place on May 23, 1998.] 
982/545 

Student Affairs/ Administration & Finance 

Workplace Violence: Prevention and Management, n.d. 1 1 p. 983/706 
University Admissions Center 

The World of UMASS Amherst, n.d. [unpaged] 984/530 
University Gallery 

The Lois Beurman Torf Collection for the University of Massachusetts. 1 997 36 p. 983/707 

The Thin Veneer: The Peoples of Bosnia and Their Disappearing Cultural Heritage. 1997 16 p. 
[Exhibition held at the University Gallery from April 1 3 - June 7, 1 997.] 982/546 



University of Massachusetts Boston 

Boston, MA 02125 

Center for Community Economic Development 

Best Practices in Adult Education & Training Systems. [This is a summary of proceedings of the 
Seminar held October 25, 1996 in Boston.] 983/708 



University of Massachusetts Boston, continued 

Center for Survey Research 

Behavior Intentions of Boston Adults after Restaurant and Bar Smoking Bans. By Lois Biener 
1998 4 p. 981/694 

Gerentology Institute 

Medicare Supplemental Insurance in Massachusetts: Current Trends. By Michael Miller 1998 

28 p. 981/695 

Mauricio Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy 

Directory of Latino Candidates in Massachusetts 1968 - 1994. By Carol Hardy-Fanta et al. 1996 

29 p. [This is an updated version of the 1995 edition.] 983/709 

The Gaston Institute Report, Fall 1996. 1996 8 p. 983/710 

The Gaston Institute Report, Spring 1997. 1997 8 p. 983/71 1 

TheGastonlnstituteReport, Spring 1998. 1998 12 p. 983/712 

Latino Health Policy Symposium Proceedings. 1996 72 p. 983/713 

Latinos in Massachusetts: An Update. By Andres Torres and Lisa Chavez 1998 13 p. 
984/531 

Speaking from Experience: A Handbook of Successful Strategies by and for Latino Candidates 
in Massachusetts. By Carol Hardy-Fanta et al. 1996 29 p. [This is an updated version of the 1995 
edition.] 983/714 

Trailing the Pack: Hispanics and Mortgage Lending in Sixteen Massachusetts Cities, 1992 - 
1996. By James T. Campen 1998 51 p. This is a research report. 983/715 

Working on Jobs: The Center for Employment Training. By Edwin Melendez 1 996 76 p 
983/716 

William Monroe Trotter Institute 

Publications List 1985 - 1997, Second Edition. 1997 9 p. 983/717 

Trotter Review. Spring 1997. 1997 46 p. [This is the most recent issue that has been published ] 
983/718 



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University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 

285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Center for Policy Analysis 

The Massachusetts One-Stop Model: Working or Not? By Clyde W. Barrow 1998 22 p. 
981/696 

Sandwich Public Schools Community Report Card 1997. 1997 53 p. Educational Research 
Series No. 7. 981/697 



University of Massachusetts Lowell 

One University Avenue, Lowell, MA 01854 

Telephone Directory Faculty/Staff 1997/98. n.d. 57 p. 981/698 

Telephone Directory: Faculty/Staff 1998/99. 1998 58 p. 984/532 

Toxics Use Reduction Institute 

Alternative Equipment for Bulk Degreasing and Abrasive Blasting Opera