Grassroots Democratic Party Organizing for Berkshire County

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Berkshire Democratic Brigades holds meetings (currently virtual) on the second Wednesday of the month.  If you are not already on the Berkshire Brigades mailing list, sign up here to get notices of meetings including the opportunity to sign up for the meeting zoom link.

The November Zoom Meeting of the Brigades is as follows:

Place: On Zoom
Time: Monday, November 14 at 7:00 pm

Register HERE for the Zoom meeting.

After you register you will receive a link to the meeting.

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Berkshire Democratic Brigades

Berkshire Democratic Brigades

We're Berkshire County's grassroots Democratic organization, supporting progressive issues & candida

From the Office of Richard Neal Neal Submits Written Testimony to the Western Massachusetts Passenger Rail Commission Pittsfield, MA — Congressman Richard E. Neal has submitted written testimony to the Western Massachusetts Passenger Rail Commission ahead of today’s public hearing at the Berkshire Innovation Center. The Massachusetts state legislature established this commission to investigate and receive public testimony concerning potential public entities with the ability to design, permit, construct, operate and maintain passenger rail service proposals from the East-West Passenger Rail Study Final Report. In his testimony, Congressman Neal said, “It is time for regional equity in this state and that starts here in Pittsfield… We have the money, the support, and I have secured the commitment from both the outgoing Baker-Polito Administration and the incoming Healey-Driscoll Administration to keep this train literally and metaphorically moving forward. This is an opportunity that will not avail itself again, and now is the time to move on an east-west rail project that will be transformative for all of Massachusetts. Let us continue to work together as elected leaders, an engaged business community, and an involved public. Together, we can create the transportation system that our entire state needs for its economy and people to thrive.” This is the first of six public meetings of the Commission. Congressman Neal’s full testimony can be found HERE. ## See MoreSee Less
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