Posts from July 2010

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  • I thought work was going to start  this spring on making a real trail out of the Alewife to Brighton Rd bike path? I biked on it today and it’s still the same dirt path it’s been.
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  • I am interning in Will’s office this summer and recently attended a hearing on sewer flows into Alewife Brook and the Charles and Mystic basins, which provided a helpful status update on projects to improve water quality.   The hearing was to extend the variance allowing for a certain level of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO) into […]
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  • There’s a thoughtful discussion on On Point today about how to handle guaranteed pensions in the face of economic volatility: They touch on pensions’ contributions towards budget deficits, how some public employees game their respective systems, and how public salaries differ from private salaries.  It’s worth a listen if you’re interested in the issue.
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  • I realize there’s not much time left in the current legislative session and that there are probably more than a few good bills that won’t quite make it through the legislative process in time.  I hope that the Massachusetts Freedom to Vote Act (H 651 and S. 348), can be one of those that do […]
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Will Brownsberger
State Senator
2d Suffolk and Middlesex District