Week of February 21, 2010
Quote of the Week:
"You can say we could have done more or less, but to say it didn't do anything is just nonsense. There are policemen and firefighters on the streets of Fall River and New Bedford who wouldn't have been there."
U.S. Rep. Barney Frank on the fact that the stimulus has created or retained countless jobs. He added that nearly every leading economist agrees that the recession would have been far worse had nothing been done.
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FACES OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY
"This job is the best thing that has happened to me besides my family."
YOUR RECOVERY DOLLARS AT WORK: NEWS & UPDATES
Don't Miss Out: Recovery & Reinvestment blog: A Stimulus Celebration: The Faces Behind the Numbers Read more
Stimulus funds committed to water, wastewater projects
The Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust committed its $185 million of stimulus funding to 115 drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects. The projects will reduce water pollution. Read more.
Stimulus funded heating systems for Dedham Housing Authority
The Dedham Housing Authority has been awarded just over $700,000 in stimulus funds that will pay for new, more energy-efficient heating systems for families who live in its public housing developments on Parker Staples Road and Veterans Road. Read more.
WHAT RECOVERY CAN DO FOR YOU: JOB & CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES
Opportunities for Individuals:
FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Energy Auditor
Opportunities For Businesses: Search for Contracts
FEATURED CONTRACT OF THE WEEK: Demolition of Two Buildings on Hancock Street - Quincy Center Concourse
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