Rep. Gordon brought Gov. Baker’s Undersecretary for Housing and Community Development, Chrystal Kornugay, as well as Housing Chairman Rep Kevin Honan (D-Brighton) to Burlington for a forum before some 100 seniors to discuss senior housing needs.
For the fourth time in five years, Munir Gandevia and the Islamic Center of Burlington were left reeling after another incident of vandalism, each one of them larger in scale than the last. Early Sunday morning members found an entire wall of the mosque covered with eggs and red spray-paint that read “USA.”
After convening a forum involving engineers from MassDOT to discuss the traffic in December, Rep. Gordon joined with Senator Ken Donnelly and convinced Secretary Stephanie Pollack to include traffic improvements to the intersection of Routes 128 and 3 in a federal highway project. Work will begin by the end of the year.
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This Just In: Rep. Gordon Delivers Important News that MassDOT Salt Shed is No Longer in Bedford’s Future
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has abandoned its plan to relocate its existing Crosby Drive salt shed to the cloverleaf at the intersection of Routes 3 and 62, according to a letter from Thomas J. Tinlin, Massachusetts Department of Transportation Chief of Highway Operations and Maintenance, that State Rep. Ken Gordon delivered to Chairman Margot Fleischman at the Selectmen’s 6 pm meeting on Monday, January 26, 2015.
BOSTON, MA — Rep. Ken Gordon’s efforts to bring paid family and medical leave to workers and small business throughout the Commonwealth took a big step forward last week when his bill passed with unanimous approval from the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development.
THERE WAS A FULL HOUSE at Town Hall recently for State Rep. Ken Gordon’s special “Rappin’ with the Rep” show where a public information session was held with Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) engineers to discuss the four plans they provided Rep. Gordon on behalf of the town last summer to revise the exit and entrance ramps that connect Route 3 to I-95/Route 128. This was the first time MassDOT officials were able to explain the designs to the public, in addition to providing a platform for resident to ask questions.