The Power of Public Service in Massachusetts

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Huey and I entered Massachusetts and prepared to visit Boston. Because maneuvering an RV through the narrow and winding streets of Boston was not something I wanted to do, I left Huey and the RV in the parking lot of a T station while I ventured into the heart of the city by myself.

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Finding Funding in Vermont

Huey and I traveled from New Hampshire to Vermont. Our drive wove through scenic small towns and stretches of unbroken trees, which were starting to become tinted with fall colors. Instead of driving on I-89, part of the Eisenhower Interstate Highway System, we drove on the older U.S. Route 2, which mirrors 89 in places but takes detours through towns and allows for driving at slower speeds. We arrived on the shore of Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT.


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By Land or By Sea: How the Federal Government Preserves and Protects in Maine

This column is the first in a series documenting the journey of FEDmanager and FEDagent Editor Maya Meltsner and her dog Huey, who are currently travelling the country in an RV to explore the federal government’s presence in each of the fifty states.  This column is brought to you by WAEPA (Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies).

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