Achieved $1 million in funding for the maintenance improvement of the Town Beach. After more than a decade of work, success in reducing the dangerous traffic conditions at the intersection of Route 12 and Chocksett Road.
Successfully advocated with Department of Transportation for improvement in the dangerous traffic conditions at the intersection of Route 12 and Chocksett Road.
Secured over $25 million in state aid for the Wachusett Regional School District.
Fought to pass legislation, such as the Economic Development Act that aims to create jobs and invest in the community, ultimately reducing the unemployment rate to 4.7%, a rate below the state average rate of 5.5%.
Annually secures state compensation through the PILOT Program executed through the Dept of Conservation and Recreation, which in 2014 returned an approximate $690,000 to Sterling for the use of town owned land in the unfiltered water supply system.
Working to strengthen local agricultural businesses for both growers and consumers through necessary funding and development initiatives.
Secured financial resources to redesign the town’s Muddy Pond Bridge and redevelop land in the community.
Advocated for rehabilitation monies for the Sterling American Legion.
Negotiated and procured funding for Waushacum Village sewer and wastewater improvement and upgrades.