We received the following materials from the Belmont Community Path Advisory Council: The Final Report issued by the Community Path Advisory Committee (CPAC) is now published here on the new CPAC webpage. The CPAC presentation made Monday night June 9th to the Selectmen is published here. Media Coverage of the Community Path: Next Step for […]
Senator Brownsberger sent the following letter to DCR Comissioner Jack Murray regarding open water swimming at Walden Pond: Department of Conservation and Recreation Attn: Commissioner Jack Murray 251 Causeway Street, Suite 900 Boston, MA 02114-2104 June 18, 2014 Dear Commissioner Murray, I am writing to urge you to preserve open water swimming access at […]
The lead article in the June 19th Boston Globe highlights that “drug-addicted babies in Mass. are triple the national rate,” and details the need for adequate reporting of drug-exposed newborns to inform health care policy, as well as prevention and treatment programs. This is an issue that Senator Brownsberger is acting on. On May 13th […]
The Senate on Thursday passed a bill to extend the statute of limitations in civil child sex abuse cases. announced.
“The changes in this bill are essential for protecting the victims of sexual abuse and holding the perpetrators accountable for their actions,” Senate President Therese Murray (D-Plymouth) said. “Often, it takes time for victims to truly come to terms with their abuse, especially if the incident happened when they were children, and we should extend the window of opportunity that allows them to call for justice.”
The Boston Globe reports that the House has approved the bill creating a new sentence for juveniles convicted of first degree murder.
MassDOT will be holding a public information meeting on the Bowker Overpass Repairs, Monday June 30th at 6pm. The meeting will be a the Copley Branch of the Boston Public Library in the Johnson Conference Rooms. The purpose of the meeting will be to introduce the Bowker repairs contractor, review the work schedule and to […]