March Office Hours


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Friendly reminder that Representative Mirra will be hosting his monthly office hours tomorrow, Tuesday March 18th: 9:30am-10:30am – Groveland Town Hall 11am-12pm – Georgetown Council on Aging  Bring any questions, comments, or concerns you may have, or just stop by to say hello! As always, if these times do not work for you, please call […]

March 18, 2019

GreenWorks Investment Announced


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House Announces $1B GreenWorks Resilient Communities Investment Plan Representative Lenny Mirra joined his colleagues last month to announce a new initiative to invest $1 billion over the next 10 years to help communities across Massachusetts adopt technologies – including clean energy, energy efficiency, and climate change resiliency measures – that cut greenhouse gas emissions, fortify […]

March 6, 2019

Representative Mirra supports $30M in home heating assistance for low-income seniors and working families


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BOSTON – State Representative Lenny Mirra, (R-West Newbury), recently joined with his colleagues to allocate $30 million in funding for home heating assistance for low-income elders and working families. The funding, which will help to offset federal cutbacks in the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), was included as part of a $135 million […]

February 27, 2019

Storm Warning Wednesday – Thursday


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DATE: February 27, 2019 TIME: 1:00 PM SUBJECT: Winter Weather Forecast Wednesday –Thursday Situation The National Weather Service is forecasting a plowable snow event beginning late this afternoon and continuing through the early morning hours on Thursday.  While the onset is forecast to begin late this afternoon, there may be impacts to the Thursday morning […]

February 27, 2019

Legislators Host Local Students at State House


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From Georgetown Wicked Local: On Valentine’s Day, state representatives Tram Nguyen, D-Andover; Christina Minicucci; D-North Andover; Leonard Mirra, R-West Newbury; Frank Moran, D-Lawrence; and David Robertson, D-Tewksbury, and state senators Diana DiZoglio, D-Methuen, and Barry Finegold, D-Andover, along with staff, hosted over 70 students from Andover High School, Brooks School, Lawrence High School, Masconomet Regional […]

February 27, 2019

Important Data Security Information


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Please see below for a comprehensive guide to protecting your identity online and securing your credit files. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 617-722-2803, email Beverly.Stables@mahouse.gov or fill out a contact form here. 1.  Introduction The ever growing presence of the internet in our daily lives can prove very beneficial, allowing […]

February 26, 2019

Winter Weather Advisory


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Ongoing Wind Event + Winter Weather Wednesday Situation MEMA continues to monitor a sustained wind event affecting the Commonwealth.  Winds are not forecast to be as extreme as yesterday, however gusts reaching 40-50 MPH are possible.  There is a continued risk for down trees/limbs, and continued power outages.  Winds may also limit the ability for […]

February 26, 2019

Prescription Drug Theft


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Check out this article from the Gloucester Daily Times regarding prescription drug theft in the Commonwealth, including legislators’ efforts to prevent such activity. State Rep. Lenny Mirra, a West Newbury Republican, said there needs to be a better system for tracking the theft of opioid medications that are finding their way into the illicit drug […]

February 25, 2019

MassDOT Advisory: Haverhill – I-495 North


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Daytime left lane closure on Tuesday, February 26 HAVERHILL – The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has announced that there will be a daytime single left lane closure on I-495 northbound in Haverhill between exit 48 and exit 49 on Tuesday, February 26. This left lane closure will be in place from 6:00 a.m., to […]

February 25, 2019

Facial Recognition Moratorium


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Representative Mirra was featured in an article by Christian M. Wade of the State House News Service on a facial recognition moratorium. Rep. Paul Tucker, D-Salem, a former police chief, said he wants the state to establish guidelines for use of the technology, but he doesn’t support a ban. “That would tie the hands of […]

February 22, 2019