EOEA

AcronymDefinition
EOEAExecutive Office of Environmental Affairs (Massachusetts)
EOEAExecutive Office of Elder Affairs (Massachusetts)
EOEAEastern Ohio Education Association (est. 1869)
EOEAExecutive Office of Economic Affairs (Massachusetts)
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(v) two-stage based Ensemble Optimization for Large Scale Global Optimization (EOEA) [28],
In this section, we compare directly the mean results obtained by ANDE, ANDE-1, and ANDE-2 with the ones obtained by SDENS [37], jDElsgo [36], DECC-DML [27], DASA [35], EOEA [28], MA-SW-CHAINS [38], and DMSPSO-SHS [39].
Its board members include MacCallum, George Darey, former EOEA secretary John DeVillars, Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Advisory Committee member Marilyn Flor, W.J.
Development and Management Number of Activities Department FTE's Maintain network/Internet EOEA 1 FTE connections, firewall Maintenance of servers' operating MassGIS 1/2 FTE systems, Backup of Oracle
"Everybody sits down and hears the same issues," says EOEA President Jacqui Greadington, an ex officio member of the committee.
Volunteer EOEA health and safety "watchdogs" at school sites report problems to the committee, and almost monthly, committee members conduct "walkthroughs" of East Orange schools with a checklist to spot immediate hazards such as mold, leaks, and temperature problems.
The project also received an expedited review in the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office within EOEA.
MASSACHUSETTS EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS, AN ENVIRONMENT AT RISK: THE FIRST ANNUAL REPORT ON THE STATE OF THE MASSACHUSETTS ENVIRONMENT, 99-101 (1989) [hereinafter EOEA 1989 REPORT].
For Cyrene's grandchild to be treated in her Eoea would be in keeping with the practice of the Catalogue elsewhere (cf.
"In light of our discussions with EOEA (state Executive Office of Environmental Affairs) and the town's continued negotiations with Fisheries and Wildlife regarding the Wekepeke conservation restriction, Congressman McGovern has asked me to request that the Board of Selectmen extend their deadline of Wednesday, June 11th, to allow more time to devise a compromise.
He is advising the EOEA on this application, and conducted yesterday's meeting.
Since 1994, the number of assisted living residences in Massachusetts has grown from about 30 to 192, according to the EOEA.