The Proposed Compressor Station
When the mayors of three major municipalities all agree with our congressman, several state representatives and state senators, and the vast majority of the populations of North Weymouth and Quincy Point, it’s not difficult to oppose this proposed project.
Redevelopment of the Route 3A Corridor
As chairman of Weymouth’s Town Council Economic Development Committee, I pushed for a “master plan” to improve North Weymouth’s major hub of activity.
My vision for the redevelopment of Route 3A includes expanding the walkability of the area, attracting long-term, family-friendly commercial investment, and increasing the supply of housing.
Connecting the “old” and “new” beaches in a responsible, attractive way to improve the quality of life for residents on Regatta Road and all of the North Weymouth peninsula.
Supporting Weymouth’s First Responders
Our police and fire fighters are North Weymouth’s heroes. As part of the Knights of Columbus, I spearheaded an effort to raise money for the purchase of Narcan when Weymouth was one of the first communities to utilize it as a countermeasure to reverse the fatal effects of overdosing.
My record as a former town councilor is one of support for our law enforcement community as well. When the previous mayoral administration pushed an initiative to change Weymouth’s requirement that police chiefs be selected from our department, I publicly advocated against the move and worked with Weymouth’s local officers union to ensure the measure’s defeat.
Preventing Coastal Erosion
Webb Park is one of North Weymouth’s great natural resources. As your next District 1 Town Councilor, I’ll take a proactive approach to preserving and protecting our coastline so Webb Park doesn’t become “Webb Island”. As a former scout leader, I brought several boys to the peninsula to help clean up trash and debris–teaching them both about good environmental stewardship and the legacy of one of the South Shore’s greatest hidden gems. Working with federal and state partners, let’s keep Webb Park as a resource for generations to come.
As a former district councilor, I was always prepared to stand with Weymouth’s unions when it mattered and will continue to fight for working families and work to improve the quality of life for the middle class.
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