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WWLP Springfield
Massachusetts lawmakers considering affordable housing bond billmake progress towards making Massachusetts affordable for all our residents,” S
WWLP Springfield / Posted 6 days ago
make progress towards making Massachusetts affordable for all our residents,” Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash said. The Citizens’ Housing and Planning Association, or CHAPA, supports the legislation, but wants the state to... Read more
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Lowell Sun
CBA awarded $50,000 workforce development grantto receive funding in a competitive grant cycle that drew 30 applicants, Housin
Lowell Sun / Posted 6 days ago
to receive funding in a competitive grant cycle that drew 30 applicants, Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash said during the award announcement at Revere City Hall, which was also attended by Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito. "Stable,... Read more
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Boston Herald
MassMutual plans new office on waterfrontNew Jersey, where existing offices will close. “It’s always great when a Massa
Boston Herald / Posted 11 days ago
New Jersey, where existing offices will close. “It’s always great when a Massachusetts company brings the jobs home,” said Jay Ash, state secretary of economic development. “We will be able to recoup our investment relatively quickly.” MassMutual... Read more
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Lowell Sun
What we are working onthe Super Bowl: The New England Patriots or the Philadelphia Eagles. State Sec
Lowell Sun / Posted 18 days ago
the Super Bowl: The New England Patriots or the Philadelphia Eagles. State Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash was in Billerica Thursday and tagging along on his visit to a high-tech firm was Reporter Rick Sobey,... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Gov. Baker promotes bill to improve housing development in statebuild 135,000 new housing units in Massachusetts over the next seven years. Se
WWLP Springfield / Posted 20 days ago
build 135,000 new housing units in Massachusetts over the next seven years. Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash testified in support of the bill alongside Governor Baker at a Housing Committee hearing. “These best practices will... Read more
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Boston Globe
Worcester has a shot at luring the PawSoxdollars — potentially tens of millions — through the MassWorks infrastructure p
Boston Globe / Posted 21 days ago
dollars — potentially tens of millions — through the MassWorks infrastructure program, which doled out $85 million in 2017. Jay Ash, the state’s top economic official and a key player in these talks, knows Worcester well, having attended college... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Massachusetts economic development secretary talks downtown Brocktonhas a balance of affordable and market rate housing," said Massachusetts Secret
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 21 days ago
has a balance of affordable and market rate housing," said Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash, speaking to The Enterprise last week. "We're excited about the fact Brockton has affordable housing. We need to get... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Thumbs up, Stoughton High club; thumbs down, Brockton projectincurred the wrath of Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration recently when Baker’s
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 24 days ago
incurred the wrath of Gov. Charlie Baker’s administration recently when Baker’s top economic development official Jay Ash called the empty space a travesty. “I was candid with them, as I always am,” said Ash. “I said it was a travesty that... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Jay Ash: 'Travesty' that downtown Brockton restaurant space remains emptylong after a ribbon cutting was held at the Enterprise Center. Massachusetts S
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 26 days ago
long after a ribbon cutting was held at the Enterprise Center. Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash told a group called the Brockton Partnership last week that more needs to be done by all stakeholders to take... Read more
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Boston Herald
Officials speak with Amazon; aviation company eyeing Harbor flightsThey did not elaborate on what was discussed. A spokeswoman for state Housing
Boston Herald / Posted 26 days ago
They did not elaborate on what was discussed. A spokeswoman for state Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash did not comment on whether Ash took part in yesterday’s Amazon meeting. “The Baker-Polito Administration is excited... Read more
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Boston Herald
Officials speak with Amazon; aviation co. eyeing Harbor flightsThey did not elaborate on what was discussed. A spokeswoman for state Housing
Boston Herald / Posted 27 days ago
They did not elaborate on what was discussed. A spokeswoman for state Housing and Economic Development Secretary Jay Ash did not comment on whether Ash took part in yesterday’s Amazon meeting. “The Baker-Polito Administration is excited... Read more
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Boston Globe
State, city officials chat with Amazon about HQ2team Tuesday, as they try to divine what the online retail giant wants in a sec
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
team Tuesday, as they try to divine what the online retail giant wants in a second headquarters. State economic secretary Jay Ash and economic development officials for Boston and Somerville got on the phone with Amazon’s site selection team to... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
St. Louis firm completes purchase of Brayton Point in Somersetstate secretaries of the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and Office
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 27 days ago
state secretaries of the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and Office of Economic Development, Matthew Beaton and Jay Ash, respectively. The press release noted the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center identified Brayton Point as one of its... Read more
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The Patriot Ledger
St. Louis firm completes purchase of Brayton Point in Somersetstate secretaries of the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and Office
The Patriot Ledger / Posted 27 days ago
state secretaries of the Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and Office of Economic Development, Matthew Beaton and Jay Ash, respectively. The press release noted the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center identified Brayton Point as one of its... Read more
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Boston Globe
Everett sues Baker administration to nix tax deal for power plantmember of this community,” Rodgers said in a statement. A spokeswoman for Mass
Boston Globe / Posted 29 days ago
member of this community,” Rodgers said in a statement. A spokeswoman for Massachusetts economic affairs secretary Jay Ash declined to comment. A spokesman for DeMaria also declined to comment, referring questions to Mintz Levin. Brian... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Encouraged Baker says he'll wait to hear from Amazonsites, and bids from Boston and Somerville advanced to round two. Baker and his
Lowell Sun / Posted a month ago
sites, and bids from Boston and Somerville advanced to round two. Baker and his housing and economic development Secretary Jay Ash did not back one particular site, but pitched the state as a whole. Baker declined to speculate about any incentives... Read more

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