Rep. Jen Benson's June update

07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT
Around the District June was a busy one in the district, with my staff and I attending numerous events and meetings in the area, including a tour of Acton's Life Care Center, the Devens Robotica Exposition, the groundbreaking of Phase 2A of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail and the Lunenburg Boys and Girls Club's 10th Birthday celebration. 
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Positive advice to improve
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - This letter is in rebuttal and to provide positive feedback based on the article publish in the online "Nashoba Publishing" in response to "Shirley selectmen upset over assessor's letter over appointment" or "Protest follows method of assessor pick. Full Story

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Rep. Jen Benson's June update

07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT
Around the District June was a busy one in the district, with my staff and I attending numerous events and meetings in the area, including a tour of Acton's Life Care Center, the Devens Robotica Exposition, the groundbreaking of Phase 2A of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail and the Lunenburg Boys and Girls Club's 10th Birthday celebration. 
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Positive advice to improve
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - This letter is in rebuttal and to provide positive feedback based on the article publish in the online "Nashoba Publishing" in response to "Shirley selectmen upset over assessor's letter over appointment" or "Protest follows method of assessor pick. Full Story

Northeast Energy Direct project scaled back
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - We have been saying all along that a 2.2 billion cubic foot per day (bcf/day) pipeline was more than we need and it appears that the Kinder Morgan board of directors has agreed. Full Story

He went above and beyond
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - It's not often today that people go above and beyond. So when they do its noteworthy. Midday on Saturday, July 18, I was running along Gilcrest Road in Townsend when I saw a post office vehicle drive past me, turn around and head back in my direction. Full Story

River
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - The Groton Greenway Committee thanks everyone who came to the 2015 River Festival. It was perfect day spent with both new and old friends. Full Story

Please help us find 'Winnie the poodle'
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - My name is Alicia Imperiali and I am a Townsend resident. On Friday, July 17, we dropped two of our little dogs off at (a kennel) in Pepperell to be boarded while we went on vacation in Connecticut till Monday. Full Story

Largest crowd ever for Fresh Ayer celebration
07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - The Ayer July 4th Committee would like to thank the many town departments and citizen volunteers who, with the support of many business sponsors, all helped to make this year's July 4th festival an overwhelming success. Full Story

Thank you to partners
07/17/2015 07:37 AM EDT - On behalf of The Shirley Meeting House Preservation Society, I would like to thank the following local businesses for contributing to the preservation of the Shirley Meeting House by making generous donations during our recent Business Partners Fund Raising Campaign: Ampac Enterprises Arthur F. Full Story

Citizens of Shirley,
07/17/2015 07:37 AM EDT - The hate and vindictiveness that I hear from a few persons regarding the decision of the last town meeting are tearing this community apart. Full Story

Beacon Hill Roll Call
07/17/2015 07:37 AM EDT - By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives' and senators' votes on roll calls from the week of July 6-10. Full Story

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