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STATEMENT FROM REPRESENTATIVE LIZ MALIA REGARDING 366-DAY DELAY OF THE CASEY ARBORWAY PROJECT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Arturo Natella - 413-595-1059 June 2, 2016 STATEMENT FROM REPRESENTATIVE LIZ MALIA REGARDING 366-DAY DELAY OF THE CASEY ARBORWAY PROJECT Yesterday, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation released information about a 366-day delay to the construction of the Casey Arborway Project. I am frustrated by the project’s delay and deeply disappointed with the Department's prolonged delivery and lack of information to the public. The people of the 11th Suffolk District and surrounding communities deserve real-time access to accurate and up-to-date information. I call upon the Department of Transportation to be more t

DCR Traffic Advisory: Jamaicaway in Boston

For Immediate Release Press Release Contacts: Mark Steffen – (617) 360-1715 or Mark.A.Steffen@state.ma.us DCR Traffic Advisory: Jamaicaway in Boston WHAT: Starting Monday, June 27, 2016 and continuing through Thursday, June 30, 2016, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will begin adjacent construction work of sidewalks along Jamaicaway (inbound) between Perkins Street and Bynner Street in Boston to accommodate water main rehabilitation between 9:30AM and 3:30PM. Travel lanes will be clearly marked and a police detail will be on site. WHERE: Jamaicaway (inbound) between Perkins Street and Bynner Street in Boston WHEN: Monday, June 27, 2016 through Thursday, June 30, 2016 9:30A

MassDOT Update Meeting For the Casey Arborway Project

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation invites you to the 4th Construction Update Meeting For the Casey Arborway Project The purpose of this meeting will be to provide the community with an update on the progress made on the Casey Arborway Project since the first series of construction meetings prior to the Casey Overpass’ closure and removal in the spring of 2015. The meeting will also focus on project’s next upcoming phase and general schedule of activities. All residents, abutters, local business owners, and interested commuters are strongly encouraged to attend. The Boston English High School is accessible for people with disabilities. MassDOT provides reasonable accommodations a

JOINT STATEMENT: SENATOR CHANG-DIAZ AND REPRESENTATIVE MALIA - SHATTUCK CHILDCARE CENTER

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Arturo Natella – 413-595-1059 June 20, 2016 JOINT STATEMENT Senator Chang-Diaz and Representative Liz Malia The Shattuck Childcare Center is an invaluable resource to Jamaica Plain residents and Shattuck workers. For 47 years, this public-private partnership has made daycare affordable for an economically and ethnically diverse group of families, who want what everyone wants: safe, quality, affordable early education and care opportunities for their children. We have worked with these families over the last four years to make sure that the center will remain in Jamaica Plain for another 47 years, and we will continu

ARCHDALE SUMMER HOT DOG NIGHTS REPRESENTATIVE MALIA AND CITY COUNCILOR TIM MCCARTHY

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Arturo Natella, Rep. Malia Office: 413-595-1059 June 14, 2016 Lee Blasi, Councillor McCarthy Office: 617-635-4210 ARCHDALE SUMMER HOT DOG NIGHTS REPRESENTATIVE MALIA AND CITY COUNCILOR TIM MCCARTHY State Representative Liz Malia and City Councilor Tim McCarthy will launch Archdale Summer Hot Dog Nights on Thursday, June 30 at 5:00 PM at the Archdale Housing Development in Roslindale. Cookouts will be held on every other Thursday through August 25. The final night will be held at the Casserly House, a safe haven center for adult literacy and education located on Stellman Road in Roslindale. “I commend Boston Polic

SOUTH STREET SUMMER HOT DOG NIGHTS TUESDAYS THIS SUMMER

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Arturo Natella - 413-595-1059 June 14, 2016 SOUTH STREET SUMMER HOT DOG NIGHTS TUESDAYS THIS SUMMER Representative Liz Malia and City Councilor Matt O'Mally State Rep. Liz Malia (D-11th Suffolk) and Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley will launch the 21st anniversary of Summer Hot Dog Nights Tuesday, June 28, at 5 p.m. at the South Street housing development at 125 South St. in Jamaica Plain. Cookouts will be held every Tuesday this summer through Aug. 30. “The police do a great job of coming out and interacting with the residents,” Malia said. “I’m glad to see this wonderful tradition revived after many

HOUSE PASSES BILL TO PROHIBIT GENDER-IDENTITY DISCRIMINATION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Arturo Natella - 413-595-1059 June 2, 2016 HOUSE PASSES BILL TO PROHIBIT GENDER-IDENTITY DISCRIMINATION Legislation will enhance Massachusetts’ legacy as a civil rights leader (BOSTON) – On June 1, Representatives Liz Malia (D-Jamaica Plain) and Jeffrey Sánchez (D-Jamaica Plain) voted in favor of legislation that provides legal protections against discrimination related to gender identity or expression in public accommodations. The 2016 legislation builds off of the 2011 Massachusetts Transgender Equal Rights Act prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing, education, credit, and hate-crimes. It incl

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