Senator Moore and Representative David K. Muradian, Jr. (R-Grafton) recently announced that House Bill 3726, An Act relative to the employment contract for the Director of Public Works in the Town of Upton, was signed into law by the Governor.
Senator Moore recently sponsored an ice cream social at the Shrewsbury Senior Center. In an effort to stay cool from the warm August temperatures, local seniors stopped by to enjoy ice cream and conversation at the free annual event.
Senator Moore recently attended the annual luau celebration at CareOne at Millbury. The event brings together residents of CareOne, staff and their families. Other attendees included Town Manager David Marciello, Selectmen Francis King and Mary Krumsiek, former Selectman Joe Coggans, and Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis.
Senator Moore and Representative Linda Dean Campbell offer an op-ed in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette regarding legislation they filed to establish a disability abuse registry. The bill would help to protect persons with disabilities.
A police officer would be able to issue a ticket instead of criminal charges for offenses like disorderly conduct, public drinking and littering under a bill endorsed last month by a legislative committee. Article by Katie Lannan of the State House News Service as appearing in the Lowell Sun.