Entries by Anthony Langone

April – July Legislative Update

I hope this legislative update finds you well. I would like to take a few minutes to apprise you all on the efforts I have made as your State Representative these last several months. It continues to be an honor to serve the 30th Middlesex District and I look forward to updating you as the […]

House Unanimously Passes $1.3 Billion for Community Climate Resiliency Projects

Significant investments in local microgrid, electric vehicle, energy storage projects BOSTON – House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) and Representative Richard M. Haggerty (D-Woburn) worked with their colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives to vote 158 to 0 to pass legislation investing $1.3 billion to help cities and towns across Massachusetts […]

Woburn delegation secures funding to support education, community services and programs in FY20 budget

Budget includes funds to support English language tutoring, provide Council on Aging transportation, and fight food insecurity BOSTON – Senator Cindy Friedman (D-Arlington), Representative Rich Haggerty (D-Woburn), and Representative Michelle Ciccolo (D-Lexington) recently joined their colleagues in passing a Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) conference committee budget, making substantial investments in education, health care, mental health […]

Representative Haggerty Accepting Applications for 2019 Fall State House Internships

BOSTON – State Representative Richard M. Haggerty is searching for motivated, civic-minded individuals interested in a Fall internship in his office at the Massachusetts State House. Representative Haggerty proudly represents the people of the 30th Middlesex District of Massachusetts, which includes the City of Woburn and Town of Reading. Interns will have the rewarding opportunity […]

Legislature Passes Local Infrastructure Funding Bill Bill includes funds to support municipal road repairs in Woburn

Bill includes funds to support municipal road repairs in Woburn BOSTON – Senator Cindy F. Friedman (D-Arlington), Representative Rich Haggerty (D-Woburn), and Representative Michelle Ciccolo (D-Lexington) recently joined their colleagues in passing the so-called “Chapter 90” bond bill to fund local road and bridge repairs, and to continue the legislature’s ongoing commitment to invest in […]

Reading Legislators Lewis, Jones & Haggerty Support Passage of Local Road Repair Funding Bill

BOSTON – In May, both the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the State Senate passed a bond bill to fund local road and bridge repairs (funding often referred to as “Chapter 90” funds), and to continue the legislature’s ongoing commitment to invest in our local communities. Senator Jason Lewis, Representative Brad Jones and Representative Rich […]

Woburn Native Ramla Hagi Reflects on “Valuable Experience” Interning for Representative Haggerty’s Office

BOSTON – Representative Richard M. Haggerty is proud to announce Ramla Hagi as the first intern of the 2019 -2020 legislative session. Ramla was responsible for designing social media material and managing administrative duties at the Representative’s State House Office. Ramla graduated from Woburn Memorial High School in 2018 and is currently finishing her freshman […]

House Passes Distracted Driving Legislation

BOSTON – Representatives Richard M. Haggerty (D-Woburn) and Michelle Ciccolo (D-Lexington), together with their colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, overwhelmingly voted to pass legislation to ban drivers from using hand-held electronic devices in vehicles unless the devices are in hands-free mode. “Distracted driving is a factor in too many dangerous and fatal motor […]

Representatives Haggerty, Ciccolo support bill providing $1,268,029 in road and bridge funding for Woburn

BOSTON – Woburn is set to receive $1,268,029 for local road and bridge repairs in Fiscal Year 2020 under a Chapter 90 bond bill supported by Representative Richard M. Haggerty (D-Woburn) and Representative Michelle Ciccolo (D-Lexington). The funding for Woburn was included in a $200 million bond authorization approved unanimously by the House of Representatives […]