Posts Tagged ‘7th Plymouth’
The title of this blog entry does not reference the movie, but a hard fact for two of the towns I represent. Both Abington and East Bridgewater have aging facilities that need repair or replacement. Whitman’s Duval school also needed a roof repair. The past week’s events were dominated by the meetings with the MSBA and votes involving the final decision by the people of East Bridgewater to fund a new high school. Not only did the Abington Woodsdale school and the Whitman Duval school get their respective repair approvals, but all the hard work done by “A Better Community,” Superintendent Susan Cote, and the people of E.B. paid off with a positive vote to move ahead with the new school project.
Additionally, the residents of East Bridgewater also approved a new Senior Center to replace the terribly undersized building next to Town Hall. It was good to see that the townspeople recognized citizens at both ends of the spectrum who aren’t always able to effectively represent their interests. Read the rest of this entry »
This week’s posting for the BHB will be unique in that I have been extremely busy reviewing as many of the 5,258 bills introduced into the 187th General Court (for which final sponsorship was due this past Friday) and continue to be busy this weekend with commitments to Boss Academy, the studio my wife and I own – the winter recital is this weekend. Therefore, I’ll briefly review meetings and, most importantly, deliver on the transparency of government that I’ve promised you by posting (below) each and every bill I authored or for which am a co-sponsor. Read the rest of this entry »