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  • Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced a comprehensive strategy to assist students moving into off-campus housing in Boston’s neighborhoods for the 2014-2015 academic year. Representatives from several City departments will conduct targeted housing inspections, trash inspections, and information drops, in student-heavy neighborhoods, from Friday, August 29, through Monday, September 1, 2014.
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  • In recognition of September being National Recovery Month, the Allston-Brighton Substance Abuse Task Force, Boston College and MOAR (MA Organization for Addiction Recovery) are sponsoring the 11th Annual Walk for Recovery on Saturday, September 13, 9:oo registration and 10:00 walk, rain or shine at DCR Artesani/Herter Park, 1175 Soldiers Field Road, Brighton. Here is the […]
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  • The Allston-Brighton CDC  is hosting a community forum on Saturday, September 13, 10:00-2:00 to discuss the impact of student housing on residential neighborhoods. The event is being held at Boston Green Academy/Another Course to College, 20 Warren Street, Brighton. Here is the flyer for the Community Dialogue with details and the agenda.
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  • If you are new to Belmont or just want to learn more about services in town, governance, departments, and the school system, as well as community groups and activities, come to Meet Belmont at the Chenery Middle School, 95 Washington Street on Tuesday, August 26, 6:00-8:30 pm. Here is the Meet Belmont flyer with full details.
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  • An Act Relative to Background Checks, Chapter 459 of the Acts of 2012, as amended by Chapter 77 of the Acts of 2013, requires national background checks for all private and public school employees, contractors, transportation providers, vendors and certain volunteers (those designated by schools), as well as for employees of early education centers licensed […]
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  • Several weeks ago, on Friday, July 18, the Federal Aviation Administration briefed state and local elected officials about ongoing efforts to control airplane noise.  The meeting was arranged by Senator Markey, who, together with Congresswoman Clark, has been very diligent in responding to the concerns raised by residents of Belmont and Watertown. The FAA, as […]
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  • Please see a letter from the Boston Election Department regarding polling location changes for Ward 5, Precincts 7,8, & 9: Andrew Bettinelli Legislative Aide Office of State Senator William N. Brownsberger
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  • Will I believe that the legislature needs to hold hearings and set state wide policy on when, who, how and which agency the police are allowed to bring out SWAT and Military type equipment. If the legislature needs to set reasonable policies for which agencies are allowed to have the heavy equipment we are seeing […]
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  • Below you will find a summary of S.2214, An act relative to credit for thermal energy generated with renewable fuels, written by the staff of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy. Chapter 251 of the Acts of 2014   JOINT COMMITTEE ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS, UTILITIES AND ENERGY BILL SUMMARY BILL NO:                              S. 2214/H4385 TITLE:                                  […]
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  • Below you will find a summary of H.4374, An act relative to local housing authority reform, written by the staff of the Joint Committee on Housing. Chapter 235 of the Acts of 2014 An Act Relative to Local Housing Authority Reform Accountability and Transparency Performance-Based Monitoring Program Mandatory participation for all LHAs Benchmarks developed jointly […]
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  • The staff of the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs prepared an end of session summary to highlight some of its legislative accomplishments for 2013-2014: S 1882-An Act Relative to the Massachusetts Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias Acute Care Advisory Committee This legislation will create an Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias Acute Care Advisory Committee to: Craft a […]
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  • Dear Senator Brownsberger I am sending you a copy of my email to the MBTA yesterday regarding the 73 bus. A friend let me know that you are monitoring the bus route. Many thanks Zoe I have already tweeted/messaged you about this however I was waiting at Payson Road for 20 minutes this morning. I […]
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