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MALIA: Legislative Session Wrap-Up

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Rep. Malia Office 617-722-2060 MALIA: Legislative Session Wrap-Up By State Rep. Liz Malia This July 31 marked the end of a productive two-year (2015-2016) legislative session that included the passage of many major bills related to substance abuse and addiction treatment services, criminal justice reform, civil rights, service members and seniors, energy, economic development and regulatory reform. My colleagues and I passed the $39 billion state budget under the pressure of a $750 million revenue gap, ultimately restoring much of the funding that will sustain critical services our community needs. While

MAYOR WALSH ANNOUNCES APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS SAVE HEATING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PRO

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, August 17, 2016 Contact: Press Office, 617-635-4461 Reminds Seniors It's Not Too Early To Prepare For Cold Weather BOSTON - Wednesday, August 17, 2016 - Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced that applications are now available for Seniors Save, a proactive program that helps income eligible seniors replace failing or inefficient heating systems before winter begins. Senior Saves is now being adopted as a permanent program, following a successful pilot program that began one year ago. "With cold weather approaching, we want to make sure our seniors can stay warm and safe," said Mayor Walsh. "Seniors living on fixed incomes may not always be able to afford imp

NEW AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN EGLESTON SQUARE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: August 15, 2016 Rep. Malia Office 617-722-2060 NEW AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN EGLESTON SQUARE BOSTON – Representative Liz Malia (D-11th Suffolk) is proud to recognize Urban Edge Housing Corporation for their recent receipt of state and federally funded housing tax credits that will enable them to build 49 new units of affordable family housing in the Egleston Square neighborhood of Boston. The Walker Park Apartments is a new construction project sponsored by Urban Edge that the Massachusetts Department of Housing & Community Development will support with fede

Community Safety Tips from District E-13 Community Service Office

To All Residents in District E-13 We have seen an increase in car break-ins in your area recently. Some of these incidents are still under investigation. Most of these incidents have occurred when personal property has been left inside the motor vehicle in plain view, while the automobile was left parked unattended. District E-13 personnel are working together in an attempt to prevent crime in your neighborhood. Here are some tips and ideas on how to protect your car from being broken into: If you have a GPS system, an audio system, a cellular phone, or a radar detector in your car, you have goods that thieves consider desirable; therefore, you must not leave them in plain view. Other de

TO ALL RESIDENTS IN DISTRICT E-13

​​​​ TO ALL RESIDENTS IN DISTRICT E-13 District E-13 has seen an increase in residential breaking and entering incidents since the beginning of the year. Arrests have been made in some incidents, while many are still under investigation. We are asking you to help us prevent further victimization by observing our “Protect Your Home Tips” outlined below. Also you may add and distribute along any other tips that you may think of. Protect your home Always close and lock your doors when you are out. Secure glass sliding doors with either commercially available locks or wooden dowel or broomstick in the track to jam it. Always close and lock your windows when you are out. Windows Screens can e

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