Myron Kassaraba passed on to me a great statement of the innovation argument for abolishing non-competition agreements. An article in the Harvard Business Review discusses what makes Silicon Valley special. The central thesis is that Silicon Valley keeps innovating through the mobility of talent across companies.
Prospects for long term improvement at this highly problematic intersection increased with the announcement of a major intersection study.
The Belmont and Watertown Community Advisory Committees held a joint public meeting on December 3 to update the public on airplane noise from Logan. You can watch the entire meeting via a link to the Belmont Media Center. Observations by Will, along with questions he posed (including answers he received from MassPort), are also contained here.
A constituent asks if Will supports the proposal to bring the Summer Olympics to Boston in 2024 and whether he has attended any meetings on the topic.
Senator Brownsberger co-chairs the Special Commission to Reduce the Recidivism of Sex Offenders. The Boston Herald reports that the, “legislative commission tasked with reducing the rate at which sex offenders reoffend is “reviewing the science” about the best way to manage sex offenders ahead of a presentation Wednesday that may suggest changes to state law.” More on SORC can be found at http://commissiononsexoffenderrecidivism.com.
Did you know there is a way to beautify your neighborhood while treating stormwater runoff? I urge you to advocate for Green Infrastructure for the next project in your community – let’s create a healthier community and a cleaner Mystic River watershed!