WWLP-22News? reported on Senator Brownsberger’s visit to Springfield with District Attorney Gulluni on June 26.
Currently under consideration in East Arlington is a planned development for a multi-story building with 207 apartments and 12 town homes. The Mugar Wetlands site is, however, ill-suited for the proposed development. Please join us in the effort to preserve and protect this extremely valuable natural resource, either by contacting Senator Brownsberger or by joining the efforts already under way with the Coalition to Save The Mugar Wetlands.
We share this press release from the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).
We share this press release from Secretary Galvin announcing the new Online Voter Registration System.
We share this press release from the Watertown Community Foundation announcing the awards they granted for Spring 2015.
Today’s second hour of Tom Ashbrook’s show looked at where facial recognition technology is taking us. The pending ubiquity of identifying individuals from snaphots, web posts, and security cameras is becoming a serious possibility. I would really like the Commonwealth to vouchsafe that my likeness and other personal details that I have entrusted them with is our little secret.