Paul A. Roselli is a resident of Mapleville, RI and the president of the Burrillville Land Trust and Vice President of the Rhode Island Association of Conservation Commissions. Roselli is a board member of the Blackstone River Watershed Council/Friends of the Blackstone. Roselli holds a BS in Plant and Soil Science from URI and is a graduate student in a Master of Science program called Global Environmental Studies at Bryant University. Roselli has steeped himself into the Invenergy project.

2 responses to “Energy efficiency fund raided to balance budget: $12.5 million of public trust eroded”

  1. lesmclok

    Thank you, Paul. After reading the article on this matter in the ProJo this morning, I was left scratching my head over the mechanism by which this transfer of funds could take place. It’s now clear as the pristine waters of Burrillville’s lakes and streams. The answer, of course, is that our elected officials vote with their heads in the sand.

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