Holliston folks! Don't forget about the Special Town Meeting Monday evening, Oct. 30 at 7:30pm at the High School. Get a look at the warrant here: http://www.townofholliston.us/sites/hollistonma/files/file/file/stm_17_warrant.pdf
Participate in town government. This is democracy in action in the truest sense!
Sunday, October 22, 2017
Members of Holliston DTC's immigration advocacy subcommittee are hosting "Immigrant Stories and more" on Saturday, November 4, at 1:30 pm in the Gilman Room at Holliston Public Library.
Holliston friends and neighbors will share their personal immigration stories and perspectives on life in Holliston from an immigrant's point of view.
Attendees will also learn about the arduous pathway from immigrant to citizen from a local immigration lawyer.
The panel will be available for questions and discussion following their presentations.
Seating is limited. In order to secure a spot, please visit the Eventbrite page to obtain a free ticket or contact Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Members Bill Wintringham, Marsha Wintringham and Maria Constantinides proudly carry the HDTC banner and lead the group in the 2017 Celebrate Holliston parade on Saturday, September 16. Following the parade, numerous members staffed our booth, sandwiched between Sen. Spilka's and Rep. Dykema's booths, and engaged attendees in conversation.
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Members of HDTC's environmental sub-committee and guests met with State Representative Carolyn Dykema in July to discuss pending environmental legislation: 100% #CleanEnergy, increase in #RPS and #carbonpricing. In photo, L to R: Utah Nickel, Joan Hunter-Brody, Jason Dionne, Dawn Durning-Hammond, Dianna Vosburg, State Rep. Carolyn Dykema, Michelle Ceresia, and Elaine Doyle.
Read more about the details of the meeting in this Holliston Reporter article.