Senator Brownsberger’s office received the press release below from the Boston Mayor’s Office. ___________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release Contact: Monday, August 19, 2013 Lee McGuire | 617.635.9265 [email protected] Boston Public Schools back-to-school hotline up and running Multi-lingual operators at 617-635-9046 have answered 880 calls on first three days BOSTON – Boston Public Schools (BPS) Interim […]
I was pleased to report the successful completion of legislative efforts to pass a transportation funding package. It represented the main product of the first leg of the legislative session and was a very necessary and difficult thing to do. I fully supported it and accept full responsibility for every element of it. Unfortunately, it […]
We’ve recently received expressions of concern about plans for the Fitchburg line to shut down during certain weekends to support construction activities. For more detail, please see the MBTA’s page on the issue. Overall, I don’t think this is a case of bureaucratic arrogance or incompetence. The MBTA actually does have a finite number of […]
The legislation sponsored by Senator Brownsberger paved the way for the opening of the MBTA pension books. The Boston Herald has been covering this story. The data was released from the MBTA, as the Retirement Board had refused to release the information.
Will, I don’t live or ride near the proposed lane on Hemenway Street, but we need more of these. Anywhere that we have low-speed one-way streets whose primary purpose is to prevent excess cut-through traffic, we should allow 2-way traffic for bicycles. Excluding bicycles serve no useful purpose (they’re not very noisy, they’re not very […]
Dear Senator Will Brownsberger, At 59, I still spend days working my brain out of chronic PTSD symptoms and dissociation that is so alive it changes all of my senses, just so I can sit and breathe. It is not war PTSD. Growing up, I gladly used any destructive patterns of living I could to […]