Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced a $774 million comprehensive plan to stabilize and grow the Massachusetts economy. The plan focuses on getting people back to work, supporting small businesses, fostering innovation, revitalizing downtowns and ensuring housing stability. Partnerships for Recovery begins today by directing $115 million in new funding to small businesses and Main Streets hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and for workforce training efforts. Additionally, the Administration is aligning multiple funding sources, both existing and proposed, to appropriately respond to the crisis.
Town Manager Michael Dutton is pleased to announce that the Bridgewater Elder Affairs Commission hosted a car parade Monday to recognize Elder Affairs Director Emily Williams.
Town Manager Michael Dutton is pleased to announce that the Bridgewater Council on Aging held a successful drive-by flu shot clinic earlier this month.
The Baker-Polito Administration provided an update today on a series of initiatives that will keep supporting the residents of the Commonwealth to stop the spread of COVID-19, and ensure the state’s readiness status heading into the fall and winter.