The Massachusetts House advanced a roughly $473 million life sciences bill, which is also laden with tax incentives, in hopes of getting it to the governor before the Biotechnology Innovation Organization International Convention leaves Boston after Thursday. The House also accepted and enacted a conference committee report authorizing $3.87 billion in borrowing and spending on state facility repairs and other capital needs. Both of those bills need to be enacted by the Senate before heading to Gov. Charlie Baker.
Belmont news program with topics including Belmont High School graduation highlights, BHS building committee updates, spousal and COLA benefits approved at Town Meeting, Assistant Town Adminstrator Phyllis Marshall resigns, funding for the incinerator's demolition, a recent alert to parents, Citizens Police Academy graduation, an interview with the Executive Director of Powers Music School, Town Day highlights and BHS sports highlights.
Belmont High School Junior and Senior Promenade on May 18, 2018.
Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative hosts Bill Shribman, Executive Producer & Director of Digital Partnerships of WGBH Children’s Media and Education. Shribman presents “Inside & Out: Informal Summer Learning."