Responding to constituents who had complained about outrageous bank overcharges, I filed a bill earlier this year that would limit bank overcharges to one per day.
I’ve been getting a lot of emails that read:
“Please do not repeal or delay the implementation of Question 3, the
ballot question that passed 56% to 44% in 12 of 14 counties and in 290 cities and towns.
I’ve been getting a lot of emails lately that read as follows:
“Please support HB 3515, the updated Bottle Bill. It has been the most successful recycling program in the Commonwealth. Over 30 billion containers have been recycled since it became law in 1983.
Representative Ehrlich and I are pleased to now publish a next draft for continued input. A hearing on the legislation will be held at 10:30AM on October 7 in Room A-2 in the state house.
As it truely deserves to be?
For over 5 years, the Town of Belmont has been designing the reconstruction of Belmont Street and Trapelo Road — the busiest traffic corridor in town.
State-federal funding for the actual construction may still be five years away, but the good news is that the state has finally placed the project in its long term funding plans.