Posted by: Liz Curtis, Executive Director, Massachusetts Interagency Council on Housing and Homelessness On Monday, November 16th, a group of homeless service providers, advocates and state agency representatives from across the state came together for a Peer Learning Session in Worcester. The session …Continue Reading The Fight to End Homelessness Goes to Worcester
Posted by: Madelyn Grant, Senior Assistant Director, Governor’s Office of Boards and Commissions “And I will be calling on you each one of you to stay engaged, to bring forward your solutions, not just your problems, to suggest a better way, to keep your …Continue Reading Serve the Commonwealth on a Board or Commission: Find Out How
Posted by: Secretary Ann L. Hartstein, Executive Office of Elder Affairs Having been involved with seniors most of my professional life, I am deeply committed to the idea that if I want to know what people are thinking and what they want, I have to …Continue Reading Connecting with Seniors across the Commonwealth
Deval Patrick Governor, Commonwealth of Massachusetts View Governor’s Bio Today is election day in Massachusetts. In cities and towns all across the state, people will head to the polls to vote for city council members, mayors, and other local leadership. Actions at the local level …Continue Reading Election Day: Make Your Voice Heard
This blog has a simple aim- to give you information and tools to communicate with state government on issues that matter to you. For over a year, the Governor’s Office published the Civic Engagement Times to highlight the civic engagement initiatives across all of state …Continue Reading About This Blog
Posted by: Jeff Mullan Incoming MassDOT Secretary and CEO By now, you’ve heard about the transportation reform bill. On November 1, that legislation takes effect. It eliminates the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority, the Massachusetts Highway Department, the Executive Office of Transportation and Public Works, and the …Continue Reading What is Transportation Reform?
We do not currently maintain email sign-up, but there are services you can use, some of which are provided for free, others of which are provided at a cost to the user. For example, Feed My Inbox, is one service that will allow you to …Continue Reading Get Email Updates
Posted by: Elizabeth Clay, Director of Grassroots Governance Were you one of the 3400 people that attended one of the Governor’s Town Halls this summer? From the packed Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury to sitting on the grass in Sharon- citizens came out to ask …Continue Reading Town Hall Wrap-up