Letter to the editor by Rep. Stanley: Proud of public record law changes

Daily News Tribune, Posted Nov. 27, 2015 at 10:35 AM This month I joined my colleagues in the House in passing legislation to modernize and strengthen the commonwealth’s public records law. This consensus legislation represents the first update to state’s public records law in more than 40 years. Under the bill, Massachusetts will have standardized processes for the public to […]

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Statement from Stanley on City Hall’s Banks School Property Update

Statement from Candidate Tom Stanley on City Hall’s update on the Banks School Property “This morning the Mayor announced that the city has received no bids to purchase the Banks School property and the city would now move to sell the 24 individual condominium units as was outlined in their ‘original plan’. If this was City Hall’s plan all along, […]

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Stanley’s statement on selling of Banks School

Statement from Candidate Tom Stanley on City Hall’s selling of Banks School Property: “I am glad that the Mayor has finally decided to take action in selling the Banks School Property. Unfortunately, this decision comes ten years too late, and at the cost of $5 million dollars in renovations, unknown costs to utilities and electrical maintenance, and most incredibly, ten […]

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STANLEY TURNS IN 2,500 NOMINATION SIGNATURES

STANLEY TURNS IN 2,500 NOMINATION SIGNATURES, SECURES NAME ON NOVEMBER BALLOT WALTHAM, MA—Surpassing the 50 signature threshold by leaps and bounds, candidate for Waltham Mayor Tom Stanley collected and turned in over 2,500 nominations signatures to the Waltham City Clerk’s office, qualifying him for the November ballot. Since nomination papers were released at the beginning of May, Stanley has led a strong […]

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House Adopts Stanley Amendment to Restore $20 Million for UMASS Center for Urban Sustainability

The House of Representatives adopted Rep. Stanley and Rep. Lawn’s amendment to the Environmental Bond Bill to restore $20 million to the University of Massachusetts (UMASS) Center for Urban Sustainability in Waltham.  The funding was cut by the House during the legislative process but Rep. Stanley and Rep. Lawn filed the amendment to restore funding for this important program. The […]

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