Each week I am privileged to meet more and more constituents of Worcester's Fifth District - and to hear about the issues that matter most to them. From our rainy Monday in North Brookfield, where over a dozen folks gathered over coffee and pastries to talk, to Tuesday's meetings in Spencer and Barre to discuss the trails of the Ware Watershed, to Wednesday's hay farmer with concerns about losing farmland to solar and horse farmers who have shut down their business because of clients who dump animals, to a circle of women discussing their concerns on the shores of Spencer's Sugden Reservoir on a rainy night (it rained ALOT this week!), I am listening and learning. We all are. Our eleven towns are full of citizens who care deeply about their neighborhoods - and neighbors. There is much work to be done! And also, a lot of fun to be had, as dogs demonstrated at Klem's Dock Dogs competition where some local hounds found some major air jumping in the tank.
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!