The MBTA released the following Press Release announcing a virtual public meeting to be held on Tuesday, October 18, 2022 to provide an update on the Mattapan Line Transformation Program: For Immediate Release: September 20, 2022 Mattapan Line Transformation Program Virtual Public Meeting DATE: Tuesday, October 18 TIME: 6:30 PM LOCATION: Virtual via Zoom BOSTON – The MBTA will host a virtual public meeting on Tuesday, October 18, at 6:30 PM to discuss the Mattapan Line Transf
SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 Following the unexpected arrival of about 50 migrants at Martha's Vineyard, I have been in communication with colleagues, including the Baker Administration and Rep. Fernandes. I have been monitoring reports of the measurable influx of migrants to the Greater Boston region since July and will continue to track the situation as House Chair of the Joint Committee on COVID-19 & Emergency Preparedness & Management, and as a concerned parent. I look forward to a
On Tuesday, September 6, 2022 Representative Driscoll sent a letter to General Manager Poftak at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, urging for prompt repair and reopening of the Adams Street staircase at Milton Station. Full text of the letter is below: September 6, 2022 The Honorable Steve Poftak General Manager Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority RE: Milton Station Staircase Dear General Manager Poftak: I was pleased to hear that the first station to be
Visit Representative Driscoll at the Milton Farmers Market TODAY between 1pm and 5pm. Constituents are welcome to stop by and discuss any important priorities or topics of concern. In addition to an opportunity to chat with the Representative, shop around and check out the several vendors, including Q’s Roasted Nuts, Hearth Artisan Bread, and Top Shelf Cookies as well as a locally grown and fresh vegetables stand and other local small businesses.