Senator Will Brownsberger Talks Charter Schools, CPA and More WCA-TV Studio – Massachusetts State Senator Will Brownsberger, who represents the Second Suffolk and Middlesex Districts of Massachusetts, joins Watertown Weekly News live in studio to discuss his thoughts on the Nov. 8 election. He expresses his thoughts and opinions on the Community Preservation Act, Charter […]
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Representative Jonathan Hecht Talks Election, CPA, and Early Voting WCA-TV Studio – State Representative Jonathan Hecht, who represents the 29th District of Watertown and Cambridge, talks with Jim Vershbow about what’s on the election ballot, the Community Preservation Act, early voting, and a lot more. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer
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Election 2016: Community Preservation Act Discussion WCA-TV Studio – For the past few months, Watertown residents have debated whether or not they should vote “yes” on question five on election day, which would bring the Community Preservation Act to Watertown.// Over 160 communities across Massachusetts have adopted the CPA. It would increase property taxes in […]
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Election 2016: Early Voting Begins October 24th Town Hall – For the first time ever, voters in Massachusetts will be able to cast their ballots before the general election on November 8th. According to Watertown Town Clerk John Flynn, voters in Watertown can go to town hall and fill out a ballot any time between […]
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Watertown Weighing Pros and Cons of Community Preservation Act Watertown – When Watertown residents vote on November 8th for who they want to see in the White House for the next four years, there will also be five ballot questions to vote on. Question five on Watertown’s ballot concerns the Community Preservation Act, which was […]
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Voters and Experts Convene in Watertown to Deliberate Marijuana Legalization Atrium School – A group of 20 voters and several experts on marijuana policy deliberated for four days about the facts and questions surrounding an issue that Massachusetts residents will need to vote on in November – the legalization of Marijuana. Watertown State Representative Jonathan […]
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