Announcement for Lincoln Residents

Dear Friend, Serving as your state representative on Beacon Hill is an incredible honor and privilege. Working to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our community, seeing the results of this effort and the positive impact this work has had on so many people is amazing. But our work is not done. I have more to contribute to […]

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Announcement for Waltham Residents

Dear Friend, Serving as your state representative on Beacon Hill is an incredible honor and privilege. Working to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our community, seeing the results of this effort and the positive impact this work has had on so many people is amazing. But, our work is not done. I have more to contribute to […]

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Rep. Stanley Helps House Pass Balanced FY17 Budget with Focus on Local Aid, Fiscal Responsibility

BOSTON – Rep. Tom Stanley joined his colleagues in the House to pass its FY17 budget which aims to provide opportunities for all residents through investments in multiple areas including local aid, enhanced support for early education and care (EEC), and programs to help those battling addiction and homelessness. The spending bill, approximately $39.5 billion, highlights the House’s ongoing commitment […]

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Rep. Stanley Fights for Increased Funding for Seniors in State Budget

(Boston, MA) – April 8, 2016 – Rep. Stanley, along with 134 of his colleagues in the House, recently sent a letter to House Ways and Means Chairman Brian Dempsey asking for additional support for the state’s local councils on aging.  Rep. Stanley worked closely with the letter’s author, Rep. Bruce J. Ayers, and helped garner support for the letter […]

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Letter to Editor on Piety Corner by Rep. Stanley

Dear Editor: Traffic.  It’s one of the most talked-about issues throughout Waltham. Whether it’s running errands during the day, attending community events or doing business anywhere in the City, traffic has become nothing short of a nightmare.  Residents want less traffic congestion, safer streets and less painful daily commutes. Waltham now has a unique opportunity to improve traffic flow at […]

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Waltham & Lexington Will Benefit from $100 Million in Funding to Remove Lead Service Lines

The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority announced that its Board of Directors has approved a program to make available $100 million in interest-free loans to its member water communities to fully replace lead service lines. Waltham and Lexington are both eligible for this program. “I applaud the state and the MWRA for its efforts to ensure all residents in Massachusetts have […]

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