Thank you to the many folks who took the time to be in touch asking me to co-sponsor particular pieces of legislation. Both over email and the phone, my office has received a huge amount of constituent input over the past few weeks. Constituent priorities are
On the evening of Wednesday, November 7th, the Church of the Good Shepherd in Watertown will be hosting a multi-faith prayer service. Please see this flyer for more detail: WatertownMultiFaithService.
Dear Constituents and Friends, Last week I wrote you with an update detailing my legislative efforts on Beacon Hill over the past year. As promised, I am now sending an update on my work in 2016 on district-specific issues
Dear Constituents and Friends, As we move toward elections and year’s end, I want to give you an update on the lawmaking part of my work at the State House. (I’ll be sending out a separate update on district-specific issues
Now through December 31, 2016, Neighborhood Solar is offering people in Watertown and Cambridge the chance to go solar at a discount through a solar group purchase program. Massachusetts continues to provide excellent incentives for installing residential solar photovoltaic (PV)
By Colin A. Young STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MAY 10, 2016…..What’s it going to take to get you into a brand new zero emission vehicle? Massachusetts car buyers may be hearing that question more frequently in the
After languishing in conference committee for over five months, the lead House and Senate negotiators finally released compromise solar legislation. The House and Senate took the legislation up last week and the Governor signed it into law earlier this week.
Dear Constituents and Friends, Last week, I sent you an update on my work for the 29th Middlesex District in 2015. As promised, I am now sending an overview of my broader legislative efforts and accomplishments during the year. The
We’ve hit the halfway point. Just before Thanksgiving, the Legislature completed its formal sessions for 2015. With that, the first year of the 2015-16 term is in the books. As a prelude to those conversations, I plan on sending two