The Mass Technology Leadership Council is hosting an online poll on ideas to discuss with Gov. Patrick at their annual meeting. Please vote for noncompete reform! As of today, it’s 5th on the list but only 25 votes behind the 2nd place topic. http://masstlc.ideascale.com/
Will, can you tell us about your plans for the noncompete reform bill in the upcoming legislative session? Thanks. Happy New Year to all!
News A noncompete reform bill for the 2011-2012 legislative session has been filed by Rep.s Ehrlich, Brownsberger, Peisch, and others as House Bill 2293 (http://www.malegislature.gov/Bills/187/House/H02293). The legislators welcome comments on the bill, as it can be revised before filing (and at several points after filing). If you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please contact […]
Save the Silver Maple Forest was a 2007 grassroots campaign to protect the urban wild at Belmont Uplands (in Belmont and Cambridge, Massachusetts) by advocating for the passage of Massachusetts House Bill 21 (2007-2008 legislative session), cosponsored by Rep. Will Brownsberger and Sen. Steve Tolman. An alliance of individuals and organizations came together, many of […]
Regarding Verizon’s proposal to site a tall cell tower in Belmont on Rte. 2 (http://www.wickedlocal.com/belmont/features/x1520846849/Residents-object-to-Verizon-cell-tower-proposal), are there feasible solutions that would improve our cell coverage but which would use less visible antennae? What are the trade-offs?
I was wondering what people think about the Belmont Municipal Light Dept. proposal to build a new substation to handle the increasing peak electricity demand in Belmont (http://www.town.belmont.ma.us/public_documents/BelmontMA_LightNews/Announcements/WC%20packet%20for%2010-14-09%20meeting.pdf; the presentation was video’d at the Oct. 14 Warrant Committee meeting, http://www.belmontmedia.org/public/new_shows.html#warr). As I understand from the BMLD materials, the project would cost $34 million and be […]