State Senator Sal DiDomenico will hold local office hours on Tuesday, Feb. 12 from 10 to 11 a.m. Honan-Allston Branch of the Boston Public Library.
“All are welcome to visit with Senator DiDomenico, or a member of his staff, during this time to discuss local issues, seek assistance in dealing with state agencies, or talk about any other topic of concern,” his office said in a statement.
DiDomenico was recently assigned as the assistant vice chair for the Senate Ways and Means Committee for the 2013-2014 legislative session.
He was also appointed to the Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technology, the Joint Committee on Education and chair of the Joint Committee on Municipalities and Regional Government.
He retained his seat on the committee on Bills in the Third Reading and relinquished his role as chair of the Joint Committee on Community Development and Small Business.
“Drawing from his many years of experience in the hospitality industry, Senator DiDomenico understands the needs of small businesses in Massachusetts and did a great job as Senate Chair of the Joint Committee for Community Development and Small Business,” Senate President Therese Murray said in a statement. “He works hard for his communities and is focused on issues that affect the Commonwealth as a whole. He is an experienced public servant and his past experiences in the Senate make him a perfect fit to serve as Assistant Vice Chair of the Senate Committee on Ways and Means.”
“This is a great opportunity for me to help my constituents and residents throughout the Commonwealth,” said a statement from DiDomenico, “I appreciate Senate President Therese Murray’s confidence in me and look forward to working with Chairman [Stephen M.] Brewer, Vice Chair [Jennifer L.] Flanagan and all my colleagues on the committee during this upcoming legislative year.”
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