BOSTON – On Feb. 8, Senator Cindy Friedman (D-Arlington) joined her colleagues in voting to authorize up to $3.65 billion in bonds for repairs and improvements of capital facilities across the Commonwealth.
Friedman advocated for and successfully secured funding to benefit projects across the 4th Middlesex, including $1,400,000 for the design and construction of solar facilities at the Minuteman High School in Lexington and $650,000 for the renovation of the Ned O’Brien Ice Rink in Woburn.
“This bill is a representation of important infrastructure projects that will highly benefit cities and towns throughout the Commonwealth,” said Senator Friedman. “With these funds, we will be able to preserve and maintain facilities that are vital to our community. Going forward, I will vocally advocate for these projects and let the Baker administration know how important they are to our district and the state.”