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MBTA Shutdown Meeting on April 26

I have heard from many Cape Ann residents about how they would be affected by a shutdown in Commuter Rail service to work on the Beverly and Annisquam River rail bridges as well as install federally-mandated safety equipment known as positive train control (PTC). On April 26, at 6:30 pm at Gloucester City Hall, there…

A Busy Week

I am pleased to share with you an update on a very busy week that will set the tone for this legislative year. Monday began in earnest, preparing for two 100+ participant events in Boston. The first was an industry-led rally to preserve the film tax credit. More than two hundred blue collar employees from…

Thank you!

As we kick off our new legislative session I would like to thank the citizens of Cape Ann for their support and confidence in me. I hope all are staying safe and warm in this difficult weather. Please check my Facebook page for updates as we work through this together. I have filed new bills…

Happy Memorial Day

Today, Memorial Day, we remember all of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and for each of us. This morning, I participated in Gloucester’s Memorial Day service agreeing with each speaker that today is a day to remember the sacrifice of each solider and each soldier’s family. However, I added another item…

Wicked Tuna in the House

It isn’t every day that I get to share our Cape Ann celebrities with my colleagues at the State House but when I do it makes for a very special day. Captain Hollywood and Captain Monte paid us a visit and received a rousing welcome in the Chamber when Speaker DeLeo introduced them to the…

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