September Office Hours


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This month’s office hours will occur on Tuesday, September 17th at:  Georgetown Council on Aging @ 11 am- 12 pm Groveland Town Hall @1 pm- 2 pm And on Thursday, September 19th at:  Newbury Council on Aging @ 1 pm- 2 pm

September 15, 2019

EEE Vaccination Program for Horses


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The MSPCA at Nevins Farm has launched an emergency EEE vaccination program in Merrimack Valley due to the EEE outbreak happening across the state. This service is geared toward horses whose owners cannot afford to administer the vaccine, which protects against West Nile as well as EEE and Western equine encephalitis, and is considered both […]

September 4, 2019

Kicking off the West Newbury Bicentennial Celebration


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Last Saturday Representative Mirra joined the town of West Newbury in their celebration of the town’s 200th birthday. This celebration brings the community together to celebrate their town’s rich history and establishment. To kickoff the celebration, the town was invited to a delicious pancake dinner, followed by a town picture in front of the Grandstand. […]

July 9, 2019

Legislature Advances Fair Share Act


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June 12, 2019 – (BOSTON) – During a constitutional convention this week, Representative Lenny Mirra and their colleagues of the Massachusetts Legislature voted to amend the Massachusetts Constitution to place an additional 4 percent tax on annual taxable income in excess of $1 million to generate revenues for transportation and educational investments. The revenue generated […]

June 17, 2019

Combined Sewage Overflows in the Merrimack River


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Thank you to the Board of Selectmen in both Groveland and Newbury for allowing me to bring attention to the problem of Combined Sewage Overflows in the Merrimack River, as well as all the work myself and other legislators are doing on Beacon Hill to make sure all our residents are safe and healthy. To […]

May 29, 2019

Lawmakers Revisit Hands-free Bill


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Check out this article written by Christian Wade from the Eagle Tribune: Lawmakers are deciding restrictions for all drivers in regards to cell phone usage while operating motor vehicles. Representative Mirra added to the conversation in regards to tougher restrictions, saying: “I’m generally not a big fan of government intrusion, but when you drive on […]

May 10, 2019

Baker sees anti-gang group’s work


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Check out this article from Mike LaBella of the Lawrence-Eagle Tribune: Governor Charlie Baker took a visit to UTEC’s newest location in Haverhill on Monday, May 6th to learn more about the program. UTEC’s mission is to engage the youth of the community and encourage them to achieve success and deter them from gang-related violence […]

May 8, 2019