Earlier this year, the Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) launched the fourth year of the Herring Monitoring Program. As part of this program, trained volunteers count the herring as they pass through the Upper Mystic Lake Dam in Medford. Please join the Mystic River Watershed Association in celebration of the life rebounding in the Mystic River and join us in 2016 for another herring run, hopefully of even greater size!
A recent article in the Boston Globe has drawn attention back to the more than 20,000 active natural gas leaks across the state. The 2014 gas leaks legislation created a registry and a three tiered classification system to prioritize and mandate repairs for the two larger classes of leaks. There are two bills relative to gas leaks that are under consideration in the current session.
I have worked hard to maintain a near perfect voting record in all my voting roles. However, on July 30, I chose to attend an important meeting outside the State House, even though I knew it would cause me to miss several hours of busy roll call voting. I wanted to let people know the story behind the statistic.
Senator Brownsberger will be at the 13th annual MEET BELMONT Community Information Fair on Tuesday, August 25, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m., Chenery Middle School, 95 Washington St.
We share this press release from MassDOT announcing that RMV services for the Medical Affairs Bureau and the Ignition Interlock Department are now at the Haymarket Branch.
Dear Will, I find it highly irresponsible to encourage illegal immigration with sanctuary locations, tax payer assistance, and failure to enforce immigration law. If our country doesn’t get their act together at all levels, I’m very fearful for our future.