Earlier this month, the Public Policy Committee convened a Nashoba Valley group of town administrators to discuss local issues at our January meeting.
The meeting brought to light the importance of the relationship between our municipalities and the chamber.
The dialogue focused on the need for cooperative efforts on transportation, train access, EPA storm water runoff and joint grant funding.
The Public Policy Committee is grateful for participation from Devens, Shirley, Groton, Littleton, Ayer, Bolton and Pepperell.
The chamber will be entering into a partnership with the 16 towns in our district and formalize the Nashoba Valley Town Administrators Working Group. We are extremely excited about this partnership as it will help build better businesses in our region and continue to provide a business voice to our communities. The group will convene in mid-February to kick things off.
For the second time, the Moore Enterprises (Townsend) team has received an award for attaining gold level status in the NEC Channel Reseller Program for sales achievement (2015).
Moore Enterprises provides telecommunications products and services to businesses.
From telephone system installation and training, to service and repairs, the Moore Enterprises team can save you time, money and headaches with the right business telephone system to fit your specific needs. The chamber can attest to that because Moore Enterprises has helped us with our phone lines.
Nashoba Valley Chamber has invited area legislators to attend the Legislative After Hours sponsored by Mount Wachusett Community College. This is a unique opportunity to network with area legislators and their aides.
The event will take place at the Mount Wachusett Community College Devens Campus (Jackson Road) on Thursday, Feb. 4, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
There is a cost to attend and those interested in partipcating can register in advance at www.nvcoc.com or call 978-425-5761 for more information.