CGLIHC is happy to report properties of Advocates have received multiple lighting enhancements which will save them on utilities for years to come, in Maynard, Framingham, and Marlborough!
Congrats to everyone, including members who worked so hard advocating and educating for these reforms for so many years! https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2018/04/13/charlie-baker-sign-off-sweeping-criminal-justice-bill/y8oslXWyJk3FWxDP5qCKkI/story.html
We are pleased to announce energy work is underway at multiple group homes in Framingham, Marlborough, and Maynard, in addition to our last post about Webster – we know that these energy efficiency and green energy improvements lower the utility costs and the carbon output for these homes, saving these…
Great news for everyone who has spent SEVEN YEARS working for restorative justice reforms and criminal justice reforms in Massachusetts – https://www.boston.com/news/local-news/2018/04/04/massachusetts-legislators-back-revamp-of-states-criminal-justice-laws
Feedback on our most recent project for a recovery home in Webster – “The biggest part of the project is insulation. They are blowing in insulation on all the exterior walls, and doing the attic floor as well. They will also be adding some water conservation faucets, etc.”
Today we went door to door educating legislators and others about the need for comprehensive criminal justice reform, and restorative justice!
On Tuesday, we sent over 250 postcards to stakeholders and decision-makers to push for restorative justice reform in Massachusetts as part of the overall reform efforts.
Good meeting today with Representatives O’Day and Mahoney discussing criminal justice reform and restorative justice!
Great day at the statehouse for meetings on both Restorative Justice and also on the need for renewables!