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Adrian Madaro Proposes Expanding Main Streets Program During Local Business Listening Tour

(EAST BOSTON, JAN. 20) This week candidate for State Representative Adrian Madaro began a listening tour of local businesses and stated that one of his top priorities if elected would be to extend East Boston Main Streets to Day and Central Squares.

“The East Boston Main Streets is a tremendous program, but right now it exists only in Maverick Square and in Orient Heights. We need to expand it to Central Square and Day Square so that all small businesses in Eastie have access to these transformative resources.” said Madaro.

Madaro toured businesses throughout East Boston, speaking with owners and employees about their needs. At Angela’s Café, Luis Garcia praised Adrian for his efforts to helping set up the café’s first ever Cinco de Maayo celebration.

“Adrian understands that local and family-owned businesses serve as the backbone of our neighborhood’s economy. Supporting our local businesses directly supports the local families that own and operate them, making our whole community more vibrant.” said Stephen Scire, who owns Sammy Carlo’s Catering.

“As Chief of Staff to Representative Basile, Adrian was instrumental in helping us acquire 154 Maverick Street.” said Melissa Tyler, co-owner of the small business incubator Maverick Market Place. “His dedication to growing small businesses helped us to open and we now have 17 new businesses in our community.”

“One of my top priorities as your next State Representative, will be to create jobs and promote economic opportunities for all East Boston residents. Extending Main Streets to other local businesses will be a step in that direction.”

Adrian Madaro is a graduate of Boston Latin School and Tufts University where he also earned a Masters in Public Policy and Urban Planning. Adrian is an active member of the East Boston community, serving as a board member of the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center, Vice President of the YMCA, President of the Harborside Community Council, Former Vice President of the Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH), and Co-Chair and Founder of the Mario Umana Public Service Fellowship.

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