Southbridge Recycling & Disposal Park Assessed $85,323 Penalty by MassDEP

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SOUTHBRIDGE RECYCLING & DISPOSAL PARK ASSESSED $85,323 PENALTY BY MASSDEP FOR VIOLATING SOLID WASTE, AIR POLLUTION CONTROL REGULATIONS Courtesy State House News Service BOSTON – The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has assessed a penalty of $85,323 on the Southbridge Recycling & Disposal Park, Inc. (SRDP) for violating solid […]

Unclaimed Property to be Auctioned by State

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📷 The Office of Treasurer Deborah Goldberg on Monday showcased items from the Unclaimed Property Division that will soon be auctioned on eBay.com. [Photo: Chris Triunfo/SHNS] Courtesy State House News Service By Chris Triunfo/SHNS Treasurer Deborah Goldberg on Monday showcased items from the Unclaimed Property Division she oversees that will soon […]

Poll: Voters Favor Nurse Staffing Requirements, Baker, Warren

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Courtesy State House News Service By Katie Lannan State House News Service STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, SEPT. 19, 2019….A majority of likely voters support the nurse staffing, campaign finance and transgender non-discrimination questions on November’s ballot, along with backing Gov. Charlie Baker and U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in their re-election bids, […]

Massachusetts Tax Holiday Announced

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MASS. HOUSE VOTES TO HOLD SALES TAX HOLIDAY AUG. 11-12 By Colin A. Young STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, JULY 10, 2018 – The Massachusetts House approved an amendment to an economic development bill Tuesday that would establish the weekend of Aug. 11 and 12 as a sales […]

August Tax Holiday Guaranteed for 2019, Still Not Set for 2018

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GRAND BARGAIN SILENT ON 2018 SALES TAX HOLIDAY By Matt Murphy State House News Service   STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, JULY 6, 2018   – The “grand bargain” law signed by Gov. Charlie Baker last week makes a summer sales tax holiday a permanent annual fixture on the calendars of shoppers and […]