In the spirit of transparency which I believe is the foundation of trust in government, I wanted to report to you about a hacking incident affecting my websites (among many others at my web hosting company, InMotion Hosting).
The Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization today approved funding for the reconstruction of the Belmont-Trapelo Corridor in Fiscal 2012.
Last week, I again voted against bringing casinos to Massachusetts. In 2008, when I first voted against gambling, I was voting in the majority.
The Everett C. Benton Library Fall hours begin this week. Hours are Tuesdays, 10 am – 3 pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays 2 pm – 7 pm, the first Friday of the month, 6 – 9 pm and the third Saturday of the month, 12noon – 3 pm. The library will be open Saturday, September 24. The […]
Is Governor Patrick reversing his progressive position on “trees to energy?” An August 31 Boston Phoenix article (http://thephoenix.com/Boston/news/126080-devals-green-blues) says he is. The independent Manomet Report (www.manomet.org/node/322) was unequivocal in its conclusion that large scale forest biomass energy production is not a “carbon neutral energy source.” The only woody biomass, aka trees that should be burned […]
One special thing about special education is that it is extremely expensive. State auditor Suzanne Bump has released scathing critiques of three special education collaboratives in Massachusetts, detailing misuse of millions of dollars of funds. I first heard the story reported on WBUR. Now I fear that more shoes may drop. My question to Will: […]