This is someone else’s work; I just saw it and thought it made a tremendous amount of sense. http://amateurplanner.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-complete-mass-ave-in-cambridge.html The motivation is: Mass Ave in Cambridge devotes far more space than necessary to automobile traffic, based on existing car counts, and is too dangerous for many people to bike, and traffic jams there impede transit. […]
Today, Senator Brownsberger submitted this letter to the Chair of the Senate Committee on Ways and Means outlining his budget priorities for Fiscal Year 2017 (beginning on July 1, 2016). Education, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, and addressing excessive fees on people on probation and parole are among his top priorities.
Climate change is creating more rainfall and higher sea levels, both of which will contribute to more flooding in our neighborhoods. We have a couple of decades before the problems really come home, but the lead times are long for major projects. Understanding the risks and building regional momentum to respond will remain a continuing priority of mine over the years to come.
On Tuesday, February 2, 2016, Massachusetts Health Quality Partners (MHQP) announces the results of the only independent statewide patient experience survey at www.healthcarecompassma.org. The survey encompassed nearly 65,000 patients from more than 500 primary care practices representing approximately 4,000 physicians across the state, who responded to the question of whether they would recommend their primary […]
Registration is now open for the 2016 Cleanup which will take place on Saturday, April 30, 2016 from 9am – 12pm. A volunteer appreciation picnic with food and prizes will follow at the Hatch Shell. We take groups on a first come, first serve basis – register soon to reserve your preferred location.
Senator Will Brownsberger announces that up to four part-time unpaid internships in his State House office will be available to students from his district for the summer of 2016. Internships are open to undergraduate college students and to high school students who will have completed their sophomore year.