Welcoming Home Vietnam Veterans in Watertown

Posted on April 1, 2024 by atammaro

WATERTOWN — On Saturday, State Rep. Joe Polletta was among speakers in Watertown to welcome home Vietnam War veterans on the anniversary of the conflict’s end, 51 years ago. Local officials joined veterans for the annual ceremony which recognizes the sacrifice and service of Vietnam War veterans.

Rep. Polletta said, “It was once again an honor to participate in the 2024 Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day. May we never forget the young men and women that perished and those that continue to suffer

Infrastructure Improvements Begin in Oakville

Posted on March 18, 2024 by atammaro

‼️ More good news for Oakville ‼️
After church parishioners and other constituents reached out regarding the unsightly and unsafe conditions of the state owned wall in front of St. Mary Magdalen Church, the DOT has begun repair work. This wall has stood tall for many years and is immediately noticed when entering town. Today, I am thrilled to announce it will be repaired, resurfaced and made safe.
Together, we are reshaping our Main Street corridor and making Oakville/Watertown more business friendly

Rep. Polletta, Watertown Police Chief & Deputy Chief Testify at State Capitol

Posted on March 8, 2024 by atammaro

It was a great honor to be joined at the Capitol today by Watertown Chief of Police Joshua Bernegger and Deputy Chief Renee Dominguez, who testified on a bill that would increase protections for certain victims of sexual assault under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Their advocacy on this important issue was on full display before the Government Administration and Elections Committee today and on behalf of the great people of Watertown, thank you both for your service!