Mayor Sarno states, “Always a pleasure to welcome Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell and her staff back to Springfield. Police Superintendent Cheryl Clapprood and I welcome her visit and partnership as we look to continue to enhance our public safety initiatives and aspects not only in Springfield and Western Massachusetts but across our Commonwealth. I also appreciate AG Campbell for taking the time to visit my Mayor’s Office of Consumer Information, which has had a very close partnership with the Attorney General’s Consumer Information Office too. Special thanks to Millie Johnson and her MOCI team for being such a great resource for our local residents and consumers. They handle thousands of complaints and offer excellent educational tools and tips for consumers. We deeply appreciate the time spent here in Springfield by AG Campbell and team and look forward to continued collaboration.”
Mayor Sarno and Police Superintendent Clapprood Welcome Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell
Mayor Domenic J. Sarno, Chief of Staff Tom Ashe, Police Superintendent Cheryl Clapprood and Deputy Police Chief Lawrence Akers welcomed Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell and her dedicated staff to Springfield City Hall. AG Campbell was visiting her Western Massachusetts Office and reached out to stop by City Hall to visit with Mayor Sarno and Police Superintendent Clapprood to continue discussions on public safety initiatives and programs to enhance public safety in Springfield and the Commonwealth. AG Campbell also stopped by her local Western Massachusetts and the Mayor’s Office of Consumer Information, which is led by Director Millie Johnson. AG Campbell is the first Attorney General to make a visit to the local office here in City Hall.