The United States leads the world’s major economies in generating electronic waste. Americans throw out 66 pounds a year per person, according to a first-ever global map recently released by the United Nations.
State Senator Marc R. Pacheco, D-Taunton, hosted Secretary of Transportation Richard A. Davey in Middleboro on June 13 to discuss the Route 44/Middleboro Rotary improvements project and to announce the makeup of the task force that will advise MassDOT on the project.
Opening day for a new, improved Middleborough rotary is still four years away, but drivers who regularly brave the circular free-for-all are already celebrating, as are local officials who predict an explosion of regional growth.
MIDDLEBORO — The construction project to reconfigure the increasingly problematic Middleboro rotary circle will likely commence in 2017, the state secretary of transportation revealed to a local gathering of political and economic leaders last Friday at the Boston Tavern.
Taunton—The final development phase of Myles Standish Industrial Park was duly noted Friday morning, as state and local officials held a groundbreaking recognizing the addition of two-million square feet of building land.
BOSTON—State Senator Marc R.
Taunton –The city’s premier industrial park got a shot in the arm Tuesday with the announcement of a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration.
TAUNTON—Plans are progressing to establish a life sciences jobs training center in the next expansion of Myles Standish Industrial Park, city, state and federal officials said Monday.
Wednesday July 31 marked the fifth anniversary of our Legislature's passage of the Global Warming Solutions Act, considered one of the most progressive pieces of legislation addressing the global warming and climate change crisis in the country.