M.V. Chamber Brings State Leaders to Haverhill Next Week

Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash.

Two Baker administration leaders will be in Haverhill Friday, May 29, as keynote speakers during breakfast and luncheon conferences on energy costs and economic development.

Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew A. Beaton will join a panel discussion at a Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce breakfast event with “local experts” on ways to reduce energy costs and “become more energy efficient.”

It will be held from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at DiBurro’s Function Facility, 887 Boston Road, Ward Hill.

Following that, Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash will speak during an economic development conference and luncheon with local government and business leaders from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Representative Brian S. Dempsey (D-Haverhill), House Ways and Means Committee chairman, will be among those participating in a “downtown development panel” discussion.

Both programs are co-sponsored by the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce in association with the Massachusetts Economic Development Council. The breakfast program is free but registration is required. A complimentary continental breakfast is available. Registration and admission to the luncheon program is $25 per person.

For more information, contact the chamber at (978) 686-0900, or visit www.merrimackvalleychamber.com.

2 thoughts on “M.V. Chamber Brings State Leaders to Haverhill Next Week

  1. Mayor…make sure you bring Jay Ash downtown to show him all the empty store fronts which are the direct result of YOUR intrusive parking and meals taxes. I’m sure you’ll be highlighting the construction site of your latest scam where you entered into the private sector marketplace with taxpayer dollars. But don’t pat yourself on the back too soon with all those good hack union jobs you’ve created. If you have time bring him the half mile down the street to show him the financial boat anchor stuck on the back of taxpayers when YOU voted for and thought the City of Haverhill entering into a private sector endeavor was a good idea. And don’t forget to bring him by the methadone clinic you brought to the city and the future site of the Fiorentini Weed Distribution Center you have coming up. There are just so many great examples of how you have enhanced the quality of life for Haverhill citizens how can you possibly get to them all?

    • The only people actually going will be other pols that agree with other, the rest of us have to work. So no one there will actually be able to object or ask questions because that’s exactly how the status quo works in this state, against THE PEOPLE.