Stanley & family considering mayoral run, calls city treading water on major projects after mayor announces she is running because no one else is

I appreciate Mayor McCarthy for her service over the past 16 years. However, I believe Waltham citizens were as truly surprised as I was to read in last week’s Tribune that Mayor McCarthy is running for an unprecedented 5th 4-year term. We took her at her word when she informed all municipal employees in writing on July 14th 2017 that […]

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Letter to the Editor by Rep. Stanley: ‘Restore the good will and stability’ to WPS

Click to view in Waltham News Tribune As a parent of a Waltham High School student, I believe it is incumbent upon school department and city officials to do all in their power to restore the good will and stability that have always characterized our public school system. The appointment of numerous interim administrators, and the failure to listen to […]

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Rep. Stanley celebrates passage of bill which prohibits the practice of charging women more than men for the same disability policy

In January 2019, Governor Baker signed House Bill 482 which prohibits the practice of charging women more than men for the same disability policy.  Rep. Stanley, a long-time supporter of this legislation, thanks the bill’s sponsor Rep. Ruth Balser, for her years of tireless advocacy and leadership of this important legislation.

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City Council approves Fernald Working Group proposed RFQ (Fernald Framework Plan)

The Fernald Working Group released a Fernald Framework Plan Request for Qualifications (RFQ). The RFQ was developed by the Fernald Working Group and modeled after the successfully completed Medfield State Hospital RFQ. The state sold both the Fernald and Medfield State Hospital to Waltham and Medfield within two weeks of one another in 2014. The City of Waltham acquired the […]

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