The Watertown Tab? reported on the Charles River Cleanup. “On Saturday, April 25, volunteers picked up trash in Watertown as part of the 16th Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup. In a collaboration led by Charles River Watershed Association (CRWA), volunteers from over 130 groups throughout the Watershed worked together to remove litter and invasive species from the banks of the Charles River and surrounding parks. You can see an album of pictures at our Facebook page?.
?South Coast Today?? reports that, “Defense attorneys across Massachusetts are reviewing their drunken driving cases and many prosecutors are suspending use of alcohol breath-test evidence while the state reviews possibly miscalibrated breath-analysis machines used by police. As Senate chair of the Judiciary Committee, Senator Brownsberger was reached for comment and “said his panel would seek more information from prosecutors and the state public safety agency before determining if the Legislature should weigh in.”
There will be a weekend closure to two runways, 9/27 and 4R/22L, beginning at 10 PM on Friday 4/24 and scheduled to conclude at 2 PM on Sunday 4/26. This will be the final weekend closure for the additional work for the project. We can expect a busy next few days regardless of wind direction.
We share this press release from the Mayor’s office and highlight the Mayor’s coffee hour locations in our district.
A reminder that you can ride the T for free tomorrow, Friday, April 24, and take advantage of purchasing 15% discounted weekly and monthly passes. Also, 16 MBTA partners are offering special one-day offers to customers that show their CharlieCard. The details may be found in this link.
“The Argument” column in The Boston Globe West on Sunday, April 19 featured Senator Brownsberger taking the “Yes” view to the question, “Should the state adopt legislation banning non-compete agreements?” You can read more on non-competition agreements here.