BOSTON - Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the appointment of Lauren Lockwood as Boston’s first-ever Chief Digital Officer. In her role, Lockwood will unite and strengthen the City's digital assets, including web, e-government, video, and mobile platforms, and lead a digital team responsible for transforming citizen experience in three major areas: digital media, digital services, and digital engagement. The position is part of the Department of Innovation & Technology's (DoIT) leadership team and will report to the Chief Information Officer, Jascha Franklin-Hodge.

Governor-Elect Baker and Lt. Governor-Elect Polito Release Transition Website:

Brighton – The transition team of Governor-Elect Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor-Elect Karyn Polito today announced the launch of the new digital hub for the 72nd Governor’s transition efforts. In its initial phase, the website will provide a constituent contact form and a resume upload tool.  Additional features and content will be added in the coming weeks.  

Eunice Délice, membre de la NAHP

La NAHP (National Association of Haitian Professionals) organize cette semaine (14-15 Novembre) à Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) sa troisième conference annuelle à laquelle participeront des membres du gouvernement Lamothe, des élus et officiels américains d’origine haïtienne dont Patrick Gaspard, ambassadeur des Etats-Unis en Afrique du Sud, les ministres François Guillaume II (Haïtiens vivant à l’Etranger), Wilson Laleau (Commerce et Industrie), la sénatrice Linda Dorcéna Forry (Massachusetts), la députée Michaelle Solage (Etat de New-York), le juge Lionel Jean-Baptiste (Illinois) ..

Tom Menino

"Today our whole family has lost a dear close friend and the people of Boston have lost an extraordinary leader who never lost sight of the people in his city. From his days as a city councilor in the Readville neighborhood of Hyde Park where he represented so many Stop & Shop workers and their families, to his two decades of service as Mayor of Boston, our family saw in Tom Menino an uncompromising style of leadership filled with compassion, integrity, and generosity of spirit. Tom always believed that the most effective way to lead was to go out into the community and listen to people.

Statement of Attorney General Martha Coakley on the Passing of Mayor Tom Menino: “Today, Boston has lost the greatest mayor in its history. He was a friend and mentor, and a shining example to me and countless others of what it means to love and serve your community.

Statement from Governor Deval Patrick
"Boston has lost a political giant, and Diane and I have lost a friend. Our hearts and prayers go out to Angela and the whole Menino family. And we thank God for the service and the life of Tom Menino."

Tom Menino

Statement from Mayor Martin J. Walsh on the loss of Former Mayor Thomas Menino. "Today the City of Boston mourns together.
"To any who had come to know him, it is no surprise that more than half of Boston had a direct interaction with Tom Menino. No man possessed a greater love for our City, and his dedicated life in service to Boston and her people and changed the face of the City.

Charlie Baker à "Le Foyer Bakery"

La question mérite d’être posée à l’approche de ce 4 novembre qui verra l’arrivée de nouveaux occupants aux trois plus importantes positions électives du Massachusetts: gouverneur, trésorier et procureur général. Si les carottes sont déjà cuites pour les candidats républicains et indépendants opposés aux deux femmes (Deb Goldberg et Maura Healey) qui veulent respectivement devenir  trésorier et procureur général du Bay State à partir de janvier prochain, la course à la succession à Deval Patrick (2006-2014) reste très serrée entre Charlie Baker (R) et Martha Coakley (D).

Press Release | Brighton-  Jim Conroy, campaign manager for Charlie Baker's campaign today made the following statement in reaction the latest Boston Globe/Social Sphere poll demonstrating Charlie Baker pulling ahead of Attorney General Coakley by nine points, leading 45%-36%.

Deval Patrick (D), Gouverneur du Massachusetts (2006-2014)

Massachusetts Leads the Nation in Energy Efficiency for Fourth Consecutive Year
BOSTON – Wednesday, October 22, 2014 – Governor Deval Patrick today announced that for the fourth year in a row, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) has ranked Massachusetts first in the nation for energy efficiency policies and programs. Governor Patrick joined ACEEE on a nationwide conference call as it announced the annual state-by-state scorecard. Tous Droits Reservés | (508) 498-0200 | (617) 470-1912 | Login

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