The Executive Office of Transportation has issued new regulations, 701 CMR 7, to allow the use of civilian flaggers instead of police details at some road construction sites. The regulations will become effective upon publication in the Mass. Register on October 3, 2008. While the …Continue Reading New Regulations to Allow Civilian Flaggers
Today’s Boston Globe reports that some school districts in the state with high schools under construction don’t want to comply with the state’s “potty parity” law, 248 CMR 10.10(18), which sets out the number of toilets required for men and women at public facilities so that …Continue Reading Potty Parity Law Applies to Everyone
Chief Justice for Administration & Management Robert A. Mulligan today announced that the Trial Court has signed a ten-year lease to relocate the Worcester Law Library to 184 Main Street — diagonally across from the new Worcester Trial Court. Construction on the new location begins …Continue Reading Great News for Worcester!!
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