Two actions this week signal legislative commitment to improving education funding.
Coverage of the 5th Annual Watertown Helps Out Day, for which Senator Brownsberger co-sponsored a cleanup of the Watertown Bike Path with State Representative Jon Hecht, via the Boston Globe
Recently, the Joint Committee on the Judiciary voted to put the Jim Brooks Stabilization Act to study, which means ending its prospects in this legislative session. While I am concerned about displacement, I voted to put the bill to study because it was flawed in four ways.
From MassDOT: The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is hosting two Public Meetings for the Commonwealth Ave Bridge Replacement Project: Monday, May 21, 6:30 PM Morse School, Auditorium 40 Granite Street, Cambridge, MA Wednesday, May 23, 6:30 PM Boston University College of General Studies Jacob Sleeper Auditorium (Lower Level, Room 129) 871 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, […]
This post summarizes and collects resources on the criminal justice package enacted in April 2018.
From MassDOT: CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN Public Meeting Schedule The Draft MassDOT & MBTA Capital Investment Plan (CIP) Update for fiscal years 2019–2023 is a multi-billion dollar program that makes long-term, multi-modal investments across the Commonwealth. The CIP covers all MassDOT highway and municipal projects, regional airports, rail and transit, including MBTA and Regional Transit Authorities […]