FATTMAN PASSES LOCAL BUDGET AMENDMENTS
Senate Approves Amendments for Milford and Mendon
May 31, 2017
BOSTON--- State Senator Ryan C. Fattman (R-Webster) announced that three amendments he proposed in the upcoming fiscal year’s budget were adopted in the State Senate this week.
Amendments 508, 736, 973 passed successfully Wednesday through the State Senate potentially securing additional resources for Milford and Mendon public safety improvements, and Mendon’s 350th Anniversary program.
“An Amendment for Greater Milford Area Substance Regional Substance Abuse and Intervention Program” would provide the Milford Juvenile Advocacy Group program additional resources for youth drug abuse services. “An Amendment for Mendon’s 350th Anniversary Parade” adds additional funding to Mendon’s celebration committee, and “An Amendment relative to Mendon Public Safety Improvements” would incorporate funding for Mendon’s plan to newly build a police station
”I am appreciative of the State Senate for moving these community oriented amendments forward,” said Fattman. “As a former selectman, I am well aware of how every dollars matter in helping local government”.
Senator Fattman Hires New Legislative Intern
Tyler Spencer Joins Fattman Team
BOSTON--Senator Fattman’s office announced today that they have hired a new legislative intern. Tyler Spencer began his internship on January 4, 2017. He will assist with constituent services and other district operations. Spencer is currently finishing his Bachelor’s degree and previously worked on the former United States Senator Kelly Ayotte’s New Hampshire re-election campaign
“Our new legislative intern will serve in a number of capacities in our office, but will mostly assist with constituent and district operations,” said Joe Zarrella, Senator Fattman’s Chief of Staff. “Our office has worked hard to address the needs of our constituents. This position will help us be even more effective towards that end. We are happy to have Tyler on board.”
“I am excited to work in this new role and with the staff in the Senator’s office,” said Spencer. “I have a lot to learn about the State House, but I am ready to assist the office and the people of the Worcester and Norfolk District in any way necessary. Senator Fattman and his office have done great work over the last two years and I look forward to what we will accomplish moving forward.”
Spencer is currently in the process of transferring colleges, but is working on a B.A. in Political Science.