Massachusetts Recovery Update

Week of May 9, 2010

Special Exhibit: The Faces of Economic Recovery

From May 17 through May 30, an exhibition highlighting real people across the Commonwealth who have been impacted by the Recovery Act will be shown in South Station. More Info.

Quote of the Week:

" Assembly Square is a great project for the Commonwealth, and I am excited to see it moving forward. This project will put people to work and deliver a host of economic, housing, and community benefits to the region."

Governor Deval Patrick on the huge mixed-use development project in Somerville that was just jump-started thanks to a $10 million loan from the state. Over $65 million in stimulus funding and state bond commitments will support the project's infrastructure improvements.


photo: Meredith Lamb and Sunita Stocking FACES OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY

"We're very fortunate to receive the stimulus money to help our reading program grow, and meet the needs of many students from grades K to three."
Meredith Lamb, on the reading program she was able to launch with Sunita Stocking thanks to the stimulus funds their school received.


See <em>how stimulus is changing the face of energy</em> in the US.




YOUR RECOVERY DOLLARS AT WORK: NEWS & UPDATES

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Haverhill Commuter Rail Project Moves Forward

photo: Haverhill Rail Project Groundbreaking
The groundbreaking of the $17.4 million stimulus funded Haverhill Commuter Rail Project took place. The Recovery Act project will improve reliability and service for Haverhill commuter rail line customers and complements a $50 million stimulus-funded double-tracking and rail improvement project on the Fitchburg commuter rail line. Read more.


Recovery Works: Bridge Rehabilitation Project Keeps Company -- and the People of Lawrence -- Above Water

photo: Lawrence Bridge
A bridge first built in the 1930s under the New Deal -- or the "first stimulus program" -- is being rehabilitated under the current one. This stimulus-funded project on the Hampshire Street Bridge keeps contractor LM Holdings busy and restores a vital thoroughfare to Lawrence drivers and pedestrians. Read more and watch project manager Brian Blackerby discuss the project's impact.




WHAT RECOVERY CAN DO FOR YOU: JOB & CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES

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Opportunities for Individuals:

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FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: Program Manager - Adult Immunization

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Opportunities For Businesses: Search for Contracts

FEATURED CONTRACT OF THE WEEK: Installation of Solar Array - Edgartown Wastewater Department

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