• Jen Flanagan
  • Jen Flanagan
  • Jen Flanagan
  • Jen Flanagan

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Thank you for visiting my website! Here you are able to learn more about me, the issues and updates for the Worcester & Middlesex State Senate District. I am proud to represent Berlin,  Bolton, Precincts 1&2 of Clinton, Fitchburg, Gardner, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Sterling, Townsend and Westminster.

I will continue to advocate for and protect your interests and those of my district.  Economic recovery, jobs, transportation, education, mental health, public safety, elder affairs and protecting our environment have and will always be at the forefront of my agenda.

It is no secret that Massachusetts and our nation have witnessed the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.  With dwindling resources, many decisions were extremely difficult to make; I insisted on preserving funding for our districts most basic needs.  Though we have seen some improvement in our economic outlook in Massachusetts, we have a long way to go.

We have another challenging year ahead of us and I want you to know that I am as determined as ever to make thoughtful, informed decisions that are in the best interest of my constituency.  I look forward to hearing from you about the issues that concern you and your family.

I will continue to strongly advocate for North Central Massachusetts so that our communities are an even better place to live, work and learn! Feel free to contact me at anytime at 978-466-8605 or info@jenflanagan.com.



Senator Flanagan Announces Grant Funds Awarded for Fire Safety Program S.A.F.E.

Senator Flanagan announces that grant money has been awarded for the fire safety and prevention program, S.A.F.E. (Student Awareness of Fire Education). This program has been used to educate students on fire prevention training for twenty years, and will now be extended to prepare seniors in the same way.

"S.A.F.E. has been, and will continue to be, a fantastic program for youth, and will now be a wonderful resource for older adults," said Senator Flanagan. "These programs are essential for continued efforts of fire departments to spread awareness to their communities on how to prevent and safely deal with a fire."

Since these programs were developed twenty years ago, the average child death caused by fire has reduced 72%, and the hope is that the program will have the same success with seniors. SAFE will educate elderly on fire prevention, general home safety, and how to be better prepared in the event of a fire. Now students and seniors will have the chance to benefit from S.A.F.E., and be prepared in case of an emergency.

Town and city Fire Departments to receive grant awards, include: Fitchburg, Gardner, Lancaster, Leominster, Lunenburg, Sterling, Townsend, and Westminster.


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