Senator Will Brownsberger will host a series of town hall meetings throughout his district in February. All are encouraged to attend and share their thoughts on current events and legislative priorities.

Allston/Brighton: Thursday, February 8 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Presentation School | 640 Washington Street, Brighton

Watertown: Saturday, February 10 from 12 – 2 PM
Watertown Free Public Library, Savings Bank Room | 123 Main Street, Watertown

Belmont: Saturday, February 10 from 3 – 5 PM
Beech Street Center | 266 Beech Street, Belmont

Fenway: Sunday, February 11 from 11 AM – 1 PM
Fenway Community Center | 1282 Boylston Street, Boston

East Fens/Northeastern: Sunday, February 11 from 5 – 7 PM
Emerald Necklace Conservancy | 125 Fenway, Boston

Back Bay: Monday, February 12 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
First Church Boston | 66 Marlborough Street, Boston

Allston/Brighton: Tuesday, February 13 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM
All-Bright Community Center | 1285-B Commonwealth Avenue, Boston

If you are unable to attend, please do not hesitate to share your thoughts with the Senator directly, at william.brownsberger@masenate.gov

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12 Comments

  1. What is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts doing currently to address ocean pollution. At the moment, enormous quantities of fishing gear ends up adrift, and not by accident but by design. Mangled chicken wire traps wash up every 20 years on Horseneck beach for example. The recreational and commercial fishing industry are wantonly discarding hooks, nylon line and nets, and the burgeoning clean up efforts are beginning to show the extent of this calamity. Are we regulating this? Can we please? And then there are the draggers. All of this needs to stop.

  2. 66 Marlboro Street As a senior (still spry and alert, but no spring chicken) I find it scary that cars are allowed to turn at intersections when the red/yellow walk light is on. I no longer cross at intersections but jaywalk in the middle of the block. It’s safer! On a one-way street I only have to look in one direction for oncoming cars. At many intersections have to look 4 ways.

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