House Bill Would Bring Funding for Cape Projects

A article written on July 12, 2018, discusses Represenative Will Crocker and Representative Tim Whelan announcing money for local Cape projects.  Continue reading

Representative Crocker delivers maiden speech on opioid epidemic

State Representative Will Crocker, R-Centerville, delivered his maiden speech before a full formal session of the Massachusetts House of Representatives on Wednesday, July 11, 2018. Representative Crocker spoke in favor of H.4725, An Act for Prevention and Access to Appropriate Care and Treatment of Addiction, which was engrossed by the House in a unanimous vote. Continue reading

Representative Crocker secures $225,000 for Barnstable Coastal Resiliency Center

The House of Representatives has approved a comprehensive economic development bill containing $666 million in state borrowing to enhance economic opportunities throughout the Commonwealth. Continue reading

Representative Crocker appointed to Civics Education Bill Conference Committee

On June 18, 2018 NewsCenter's John Bondarek reports on Representative Will Crocker's appointment to the Civics Education Conference Committee - an honor rarely bestowed upon a freshman representative. Continue reading

Quick action unlikely in justice system review

A June 30, 2018 Cape Cod Times Article discusses how the Cape Legislative delegation met privately with court officials, lawmakers in response to the letter sent by the delegation regarding the shooting death of Yarmouth K-9 Sgt. Sean Gannon. Continue reading

Public Comment Extended on Vineyard Wind Project

A June 25, 2018 NewsCenter article details how Representative Will Crocker obtain an additional 30 days of public comment period on the Vineyard Wind Project. Continue reading

Rep. Whelan and Crocker Visit Blish Point Neighborhood to Discuss Coastal Resiliency

Representative Will Crocker and Tim Whelan meet with Blish Point Neighbors to discuss Coastal Resiliency. Continue reading

Comment Period on Vineyard Wind Proposal Extended for Residents

Secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Matthew Beaton, filed a Draft Environmental Impact Report on Friday, June 15, 2018, requesting a more comprehensive report from Vineyard Wind. In filing this report, Secretary Beaton has allowed for another thirty day comment period for residents to share any concerns relative to the Vineyard Wind project to his office. This comment period will open once Vineyard Wind files the requested report. Continue reading

Cape Women Honored for Substance Abuse and Health Efforts

Representative Will Crocker nominates Christine Greeley of West Yarmouth for The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women Unsung Heroine Award. Continue reading

Chris Greeley of Yarmouth named as an Unsung Heroine

Chris Greeley of Yarmouth was honored as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s 2018 class of Unsung Heroines.  Representative Crocker recommended Ms. Greeley for this recognition because of her dedication and hard work towards ending substance abuse and the opioid epidemic. Continue reading