Rep. Tom Stanley is running for Waltham City Councillor at Large.

The preliminary election will take place Tuesday, Sept. 19 and the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Rep. Stanley believes that better planning is the answer to Waltham’s challenges. Learn more about his agenda as a councillor and read about his commitment to building a better Waltham.

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Joint Committee on Ways and Means + Administration & Finance Secretary receiving testimony from state finance/revenue experts at the Fiscal Year 2019 Consensus Revenue Hearing. This hearing is the first step in reaching a consensus revenue estimate which will then be used to craft a responsible FY19 budget. ... See MoreSee Less

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Listening to testimony on life insurance, disability insurance and mental health disparity legislation at Financial Services Committee public hearing today. ... See MoreSee Less

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Earlier this week Waltham became the 315th municipality to sign a Community Compact with the Baker Administration. These Community Compacts foster partnerships between local government and the state to identify and establish mutual standards and best practices. Waltham will specifically be taking advantage of a new ADA program administered by the Massachusetts Office of Disability to conduct a self-evaluation and develop a transition plan. ... See MoreSee Less

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Testifying at today's Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture public hearing in favor of two bills (H.465 & H.466) and a Resolve (H.467) I filed this session that would support the Commonwealth's recreational wild striped bass fishery and its economic impact to the state. H.465 would create a commission to examine and assess the impact that commercial and recreational fishing have on the striped bass population and the viability of wild striped bass in the Commonwealth. H.466 seeks to put in place the proper commercial license requirements to adequately preserve the Commonwealth’s striped bass population. Lastly, H.467 advocates for the MA Marine Fisheries Commission to work with the MA Director of Marine Fisheries on adopting the recommendations made by the Interstate Watershed Task Force and the Atlantic States Marine Fishery Commission Law Enforcement Committee to implement a striped bass commercial tagging program at the point of harvest. ... See MoreSee Less

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