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For Immediate Release: April 9, 2019
BOSTON – State Senator Adam G. Hinds (D- Pittsfield) announces that he has moved to a new office on Beacon Hill.
The Senator and his policy staff are now in Suite 109-E, located on the first floor of the East Wing of the Massachusetts State House. The State House phone number has not changed: (617) 722-1625.
To send mail to Senator Hinds in Boston, or visit him and his staff while at the State House, please use the following address:
Senator Adam Hinds
State House, Room 109-E
Boston, MA 02133
Senator Hinds’ district office is located at 100 North Street, Suite 410, in Pittsfield. It is open Monday through Friday during normal business hours unless the staff is attending off-site meetings or events. Appointments are encouraged but walk-ins are also welcome. Contact the district office at (413) 344-4561. This is the primary phone number for constituents living in Berkshire County.
A second district staff office is located at 16 Main Street in Williamsburg, at Commons Co-working. The Senator’s part-time Hilltown Community Liaison works from this space on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays when not at local events, and can be reached by calling (413) 768-2373. This is the primary phone number for constituents living in the 20 towns the Senator represents in Franklin, Hampshire and Hampden Counties.
Senator Hinds’ Senate email address is Adam.Hinds@masenate.gov. This is the preferred way to contact the office to submit scheduling requests, invitations and testimony, request a Senate Citation, or ask a question about state programs and services.
The Senator’s policy team works in the Boston office; contact them for assistance with budget and policy matters, issues pending before the Committee on Revenue, scheduling and media relations.
Online, constituents can engage with Senator Hinds on Facebook (@SenatorAdamHinds), Twitter (@adamghinds) and Instagram (hinds.adam).
Recently the Ad Hoc Education Committee submitted a status report for 2018-2019 and a letter to Superintendant Laurie Casna.
Here is a copy of the amended Ad-Hoc Education Committee status report. This version includes estimated cost savings by CBRSD since the district closed Berkshire Trail Elementary School and total numbers of school age children in Cummington. Click here for PDF of status report. Click here for the letter to Superintendant Casna.
Dear Town of Cummington,
My name is Will Ramsdell. I am a staff member from Governor Baker’s office in Springfield Massachusetts. I am pleased to inform you that our office is up and running once again. On request, we as an office are trying to reconnect with many of the towns on the western side of the state. We were wondering if it would be possible for you to post our office information on your town’s website. This is something that we feel would help communities stay connected and informed with our states government. We hope to continue generating a positive connection between constituents and help serve your community in any way we can. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to reach out. Our office number is (413) 784-1200.
Western Mass Office of the Governor
436 Dwight St. Suite 300
Springfield, MA. 01103
(413)- 784- 1200