Saturday, April 13, 2013
The representatives will have joint office hours this week in Wayland.
Saturday, April 13
State Rep. Tom Conroy, who represents precincts 1, 2 and 3 in Wayland, and Rep. Alice Hanlon Peisch, who represents Wayland's precinct 4, announced that they will be holding joint office hours in Wayland this week. Conroy and Peisch will be at the Wayland Public Library from 1 p.m.-1:30 p.m. on Friday, April 19. "Precinct 1, 2, and 3 residents are encouraged to meet with Rep. Conroy, and precinct 4 residents are encouraged to meet with Rep. Peisch at their convenience during the designated time on a first come, first served basis," a press release reads. Appointments are not necessary. Constituents who cannot attend office hours can contact Conroy at his office by calling 617-722-2014 or emailing Thomas.Conroy@mahouse.gov. To contact …
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Conroy and Peisch will speak with constituents on March 15.
Thursday, March 14
State Reps. Tom Conroy and Alice Peisch will be in Wayland Friday, March 15, for their monthly office hours. Constituents are encouraged to come meet Conroy, share their views on relevant topics, and bring important issues to the Representative’s attention. No appointments are necessary and meetings are held on a first-come, first-serve basis. Office hours and locations for Friday, March 15 are as follows:
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The Go Red for Women event took place on Feb. 6.
Rep. Thomas Conroy (D-Wayland) joined fellow legislators at the Massachusetts State House on Feb. 6 to support Go Red for Women. "Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s campaign to raise awareness among women about heart disease, which kills one woman a minute," according to a press release. The event featured remarks from a variety of legislators as well as American Heart Association volunteers.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Other Post Employment Benefits (OPEB) have been a hot topic in Wayland lately. An actuary will address a variety of issues related to OPEB at the Dec. 3 Board of Selectmen meeting.
Town Administrator Fred Turkington provided the announcement below. There has been considerable discussion over the past year concerning the cost and funding of obligations to retired and future retired employees for other post-employment benefits (OPEB). The cost of health insurance for retired employees is a substantial future liability for the state and towns, given the rising cost of health care and the number of employees who will retire in the next 20 years as baby boomers reach normal retirement age. In Wayland, citizens have questioned the aggressiveness of our funding efforts in relation to our liability, contrasting that effort to the actions of the vast majority of other Massachusetts communities. Wayland is among the top five …