Improvements to 71/73 Bus Service?

Many have provided feedback on this site about the bus service to Belmont and Watertown from Harvard Square. Together with Representatives Hecht, Rogers and Lawn, and the Watertown Town Council, I’ve been giving the service issues a lot of attention. The MBTA and the City of Cambridge have both responded very diligently to our expressed […]

Greenough Boulevard – Watertown (Opportunity to comment)

On Thursday, March 6th the Department of Conservation and Recreation and the Solomon Foundation hosted a public meeting regarding a proposal to reclaim parkland along Greenough Boulevard in Watertown. DCR Commissioner Murray sent a letter detailing the project and soliciting additional comments from residents. Additional information can be seen on the Solomon Foundation website. Andrew […]

Letter to Committee Chairs in support of H2935, transition to a clean energy Commonwealth

Senator Brownsberger, along with a number of other legislators, has signed a letter to the Chairs of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy in support of H2935, An Act to transition to a clean energy Commonwealth. March 17, 2014  Representative John Keenan, House Chair Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy State House, […]

Legislation on Sea Level Rise Passed

Last year, I filed Senate 344 to jump start planning to address the storm surge risks created by rising sea levels. I’m pleased to report that the legislation was passed as part of last week’s supplemental budget measure. Representatives Rushing and Livingstone cosponsored the budget language on the House side. Representatives Walz, Ehrlich, Lewis, Khan, […]