LETTER: Eldridge Thanks Town Hall Meeting Attendees

Sen. Eldridge urges residents to contact him with issues.

Submitted by state Sen. James Eldridge  

I want to thank all of the residents who attended any one of the four Town Hall
meetings that I held over the past month, after my re-election in November. I was pleased with the concerns expressed by my constituents, as well as the positive discussions that were generated out of these conversations.

The Town Hall meetings were held in Ayer, Westborough, Marlborough, and Acton, to ensure that residents from each geographical area of the fourteen communities of the Middlesex and Worcester District had the opportunity to attend a meeting and express their opinions on legislative and budgetary concerns.

The topics raised at the meetings included increasing local aid, transportation
infrastructure improvements, reducing unfunded mandates, access to rehabilitation services for the disabled, tax policy, improving access to healthcare, gun safety, special education, OPEB, regionalization, rehabilitating prisoners, campaign finance reform, and the Bottle Bill.

For residents who were unable to attend, or wish to express their opinions on
legislation or budget priorities, please contact me at James.Eldridge@masenate.gov or 617-722-1120, or through my website, www.SenatorEldridge.com.

arnold January 23, 2013 at 04:47 PM
When will he address all the "progressive'" programs that just add a greater burden to the people who have to pay the bill? No doubt NEVER, because he's more concerned about ILLEGALs and the 'gimme' crowd than the people who are saddled with the bill. Not much of a surprise since he's never had to work in the private sector.


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