Brian A. Joyce is pleased to announce that starting next year, he will
begin representing parts of Braintree under a new Senate district plan.
January 2003, Senator Joyce will pick up precincts 1, 3, 4, and 5 in
Braintree, as well as the towns of Stoughton, Bridgewater, and
parts of Sharon, Easton and East Bridgewater. Senator Joyce will also
continue to represent Avon, Milton, Canton, and Randolph.
| Stoughton | Bridgewater |
Sharon | Easton
and House district are restructured every ten years to reflect
demographic shifts. As a result of a population boom in the southeast
section of the state, the district currently represented by Senator
Joyce, was expanded southward.
view this as an opportunity to learn about new issues, familiarize
myself with different communities, and meet as many new constituents as
possible,” said Senator Joyce.
also plans to schedule public meetings across his new district to give
residents an opportunity
to learn more about his background, and to discuss issues that are most
important to them.
Joyce added that Braintree residents shouldn’t be surprised to see him
knocking on their door in the coming months. “My goal is to meet as
many constituents as possible by the time the new district goes into
effect next January.”
Joyce is currently Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on Public
Service, which is responsible for all matters pertaining to the
salaries, civil service and retirement of public employees. While
focusing much of his efforts in the areas of health care, improving
education and fiscal discipline, Senator Joyce’s other priorities
include preserving the environment, job creation, housing, and public
safety. Senator Joyce is also involved in a number of charitable and
civic associations including the Randolph Chamber of Commerce, the
Neponset River Watershed Association, and the League of Women Voters.
Senator Joyce lives in Milton with his wife Mary and their five
Senator Brian A. Joyce Room 413A
Boston, MA. 02133