BOSTON – On Tuesday May 2nd, Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) testified before the Joint Committee on Municipalities and Regional Government which Senator Michael O. Moore (D-Millbury) serves as the Senate Chairman, on House Bill 3214, An act relative to methadone clinic zoning.
Courtesy of Worcester News Tonight, coverage includes the 2017 Commonwealth Conversations Tour to Central Massachusetts on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Hundreds gathered at the Seven Hills Foundation in Worcester for a public forum to share thoughts and to discuss concerns.
Senator Moore will participate in the 3rd Annual Armed Forces Day event, honoring all service men and women, active or retired, will take place at SAC Park, 438 Lake Street, Shrewsbury, on Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 9AM -10:30 AM. The event, coordinated by Representative Hannah E. Kane (R-Shrewsbury), is free and open to all active and retired military personnel and members of the public who would like to take part in honoring those who have served.
For the third straight year, Senator Moore announced grant funding available through the Attorney General’s Office that would provide an estimated 150 summer jobs to benefit underserved youth across the Commonwealth.
Senator Moore, Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) and Representative Kate D. Campanale (R-Leicester) submitted testimony at the Joint Committee on Transportation’s public hearing regarding Senate Bill 1967, An Act designating certain portions of state highway as the Officer Ronald Tarentino, Jr. memorial highway.
Senator Moore recently signed onto a letter to the Chairs of the Joint Committee on Ways and Means requesting that minimum per-pupil increases within the Fiscal Year 2018 state budget hold steady at $55 for the second straight year. A total of 63 other legislators joined Senator Moore in adding their names to the submitted letter.
Senator Moore is highlighting the so-called ‘Medal of Liberty’ which is a Massachusetts military decoration created by the Legislature back in 2009. Since its creation, the award has been presented to 145 families of military members who died in service to the United States of America.