Randolph residents discuss immigration with Capuano
Click here for original article in Feb 23, 2018 Randolph Herald
A group of concerned citizens from Randolph recently met with Congressman Michael Capuano and members of his staff.
The group included immediate past Town Council President Ken Clifton, councilors Katrina Huff-Larmond and Natacha Clerger, and Jesse Gordon, who deals with policy development.
As Randolph comprises a significant number of immigrants, much of the discussions concentrated on supporting local residents and their families including Haitian and other Caribbean residents, Africans, Latinos and others affected by Temporary Protected Status, DACA or “Dreamers” and comprehensive immigration reform.
The delegation advocated for a number of initiatives vital to the continuing development of the community. Matters discussed included economic development, small business, and support for schools, police and fire departments.
At Rep. Capuano's office in Stetson Hall.
From left: Jesse Gordon, councilor Natacha Clerger, Congressman Michael Capuano, councilor Katrina Huff-Larmond, councilor Ken Clifton.
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