Massachusetts Recovery Update

Week of August 14, 2011

Quote of the Week:

"This is great. The house is warm, and we're saving money."

Michele Norville, on the impact of the stimulus-funded Weatherization Assistance Program which insulated her Attleboro home.


photo: Stephanie East FACES OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY

"I am a working single mom trying to do the best I can. Now I can afford to stay in my house."

Stephanie East, a single mother of two, on the impact of the stimulus funded Weatherization Assistance Program on her Gloucester home.



YOUR RECOVERY DOLLARS AT WORK: NEWS & UPDATES

Don't Miss Out: Recovery & Reinvestment blog: Weatherization works: Keeping families warm, saving them money Read more.


Patrick-Murray Administration celebrates 10,000 homes weatherized through Recovery Act

photo: Weatherization Event


photo: Weatherization Event


The Patrick-Murray Administration celebrated a major milestone, with 10,000 homes now weatherized through the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act's Weatherization Assistance Program, which is creating jobs, growing businesses and saving money and energy for thousands of Massachusetts residents. Secretary of Administration & Finance Jay Gonzalez today joined Congressman John Tierney and local officials at the home of Stephanie East, a single mother of two, whose home will be weatherized by local contractor John Call through Action, Inc., a non-profit community action agency serving the North Shore. The state's Recovery Act Weatherization Assistance Program includes $125 million in funding over three years that will result in approximately 20,000 weatherized units upon completion. The average energy savings per Recovery Act-weatherized home is 35 percent, or $700 per home annually for fuel oil, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Read more and don't miss coverage from the Gloucester Times and The Sun Chronicle.


WHAT RECOVERY CAN DO FOR YOU: JOB & CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES

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FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Youth Enrichment Instructor

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FEATURED CONTRACT OF THE WEEK: Fitchburg Commuter Rail Improvement Project-Littleton Station

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