Rep Driscoll Signs MBLLC UMass Funding Letter

MILTON, NOV. 14 - Representative Driscoll this week signed a letter with the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus and other colleagues regarding UMass funding:

Representative Driscoll Addresses School Students From Milton

MILTON, NOV. 9 - This week I spoke to hundreds of middle school students from Milton visiting the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate in Dorchester. This morning’s talk capped off a week that saw the results of a much-anticipated election cycle as well as the signing of civics education bill here in the Commonwealth. I spoke about my origin story in terms of moving from disaster response field work and the nonprofit sector to elected office and government. Sharing my perspective on working to improve the quality of life for others and the difference between medium-size charitable organizations and the scale of government is something I enjoy doing because, as I told the students, I

Driscoll Signs Letter to DPU

MILTON, NOV. 2 - Representative Driscoll joined colleagues this week in co-signing a letter to the Department of Public Utilities. It reads: Ms. Angela M. O’Connor Chair, Department of Public Utilities 1 South Station, 5th Floor Boston, MA 02210 Dear Chairman O’Connor: We are deeply troubled by the events of the last several months related to the operations and oversight of the natural gas system in the Commonwealth. As we approach the winter months, our constituents have registered concerns about the ability of our natural gas public utilities to provide basic services to residences and businesses in a safe, reliable and efficient manner. We want to assure the residents of Massachusetts tha

Hurricane Michael Trip

MILTON, NOV. 1 - Representative Driscoll returned to Milton, MA on Wednesday October 31st after spending several days in Southern Georgia, assisting with Hurricane Michael response efforts. Driscoll spent three days volunteering in Decatur County, GA just north of the Florida Panhandle. The wind damage from Hurricane Michael, which made landfall on October 10th, extends hundreds of miles inland and dropped thousands of trees on and around homes. “My friends and former colleagues at NECHAMA called as soon as they setup a base of operations. I was happy to lend a hand for a few days,” Driscoll stated. Disaster response fieldwork is a familiar setting for the State Representative for Milton and

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