The Charles River White Geese Website
(1) protecting the Charles River environment in Cambridge/Boston, MA, USA.
(2) standing up to environmentally destructive state and local governments.
(3) protecting the Charles River White Geese and other wildlife currently being starved by state and local governments.
See our goals at this link.
How You Can help
1. At the City Level
While the Charles River is state property, the Cambridge City Council is very active on the Charles River. They have recently taken very major action, and need to act almost immediately now. They may be contacted as follows:
Snail mail should be sent to: Cambridge City Council, c/o City Clerk, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139
Formal emails may be sent to the Cambridge City Council c/o the City Clerk at email@example.com
This is the most powerful way to communicate, but it can be slow.
Informal ways to talk can make immediate contact, and thus truly get things done:
General phone number for the City Council: 617-349-4280
General email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal emails may be sent to the Mayor and the individual City Councillors. CLICK HERE to go to the Cambridge City Council website for their names and contact information.
You can send our petition directly by email to the Cambridge City Clerk, Mayor and all the City Councillors in support of the goals of the Friends of the Charles River White Geese.
PLEASE CLICK HERE to open your email application to send the petition.
2. At the State Level
The reality, however, is that the Charles River is state property. Much is done at the City of Cambridge, and in the current situation, the Cambridge City Council is very much crucial, but, as a general rule, the most important actions are state level. These are the people the City Council is dealing with.
Contacts at the state level can impact legislation, WHICH DESIGNATES MONEY SPENT, and can place direct pressure on the bureaucrats at the Department of Conservation and Recreation who are the key decision makers.
Contact the Governor:
Snail Mail: Governor Charles Baker, 280 State House, Boston, MA 02133
Telephone: 617-727-4005 (Phone calls will reach his staff members)
The governor has an email form by which he / staff may be reached at http://www.mass.gov/forms/email-the-governors-office
Contact the Legislators:
In the Senate:
Senator William Brownsberger, 504 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-1280, William.Brownsberger@masenate.gov
Senator Sal DiDomenico, 208 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-1650, Sal.DiDomenico@masenate.gov
Senator Patricia Jehlen, 424 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-1578, Patricia.Jehlen@masenate.gov
Representative Mike Connolly, 33 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-2060, Mike.Connolly@hahouse.gov
Representative Marjorie Decker, 166 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-2692, Marjorie.Decker@ma.house.gov
Representative Johathan Hecht, 22 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-2140, Jonathan.Hecht@mahouse.gov
Representative Jay Livingstone, 472 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-2013, Jay.Livingstone@mahouse.gov
Representative David Rogers, 36 State House, Boston, MA 02133, 617-722-2370, Dave.Rogers@mahouse.gov
CLICK HERE for the Massachusetts Legislature online contact page, which has information on the proper legislators to contact if you live outside the Boston/Cambridge districts.
The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
Official Website and Contact Info
See also our blog page listing other ways you can help
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Friends of the White Geese
Post Office Box 391412
Cambridge, MA 02139-0015
This site is sponsored by Friends of the White Geese, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, Bob La Trémouille, chair/editor.
Friends of the White Geese has worked since 2000 and has been a recognized Massachusetts, USA non-profit organization since 2001.
Contents © 2005-18, Friends of the White Geese, a Massachusetts non-profit organization.