MALDEN – Malden’s state legislative delegation, including State Senator Jason Lewis and Representatives Paul Donato, Paul Brodeur, and Steve Ultrino announced that Malden Public Schools received nearly $2.5 million through the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Expanded Learning Time grant.
BOSTON – Malden State Representative Steven Ultrino’s first bill as a freshman legislator was signed into law last week. H. 3194, “An Act Amending the Composition of the Stadium and Athletic Field Commission in the City of Malden,” was signed by Governor Baker and submitted to the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office Thursday evening.
MALDEN – YWCA Malden has been awarded $140,000 in grant money through the 21st Century Community Learning Center’s grant program for middle school programming at Malden’s Ferryway School, Senator Jason Lewis and Representatives Paul Donato, Paul Brodeur, and Steven Ultrino announced today.
BOSTON – Malden State Representative Steve Ultrino joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives to pass its FY16 budget which emphasizes economic growth through investments in multiple areas including education and local aid, reform to the state’s transportation system, and an acute focus on improving behavioral health services. Before passing its final budget, the House approved several amendments offered by Representative Ultrino that invest in the City of Malden.
State Representative and Ward 2 City Councillor Steve Ultrino has announced that he will not seek re-election in November for what would be his third term on the Malden City Council, allowing him to focus on representing the city of Malden in the House of Representatives. Ultrino will continue to serve as the Ward 2 Councilor until the end of his term in early January 2016.