Discussion have begun in regards to a public, private partnership aimed to reduce emissions in the City of Woburn. Several large employers in the city have many employees who could commute to work by train if they had affordable and convenient transportation from the Anderson train stop to their place of employment. This change would positively impact the level emissions from commuters as well as traffic congestion on our roadways. Grants are available to cities for programs designed to do just this and combined with funds from employers Woburn could become a cleaner and quieter place to live.

Teacher Appreciation Awards

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce honors the hard work and dedication of Woburn’s educators. The following teachers have  given 20 years of service to Woburn Public Schools and its students: Wendy Renna, Amy Givens, Brian Gilbertie, Kellyann Coughlin, Donna Cotter-Chakoian, Diane Brogna, Christina Beecher and Ralph Deldon (pictured above with boutonniere).

On June 11th State Representative Jim Dwyer, Senator Kenneth Donnelly, Woburn Chamber of Commerce president Andrew Hackett and Veronica Andrews spent the morning visiting the schools and surprising the educators at work with flowers, certificates of recognition and gift cards. Thank you to all who supported this day including: State Representatives Jim Dwyer and Jay Kaufman, Senator Kenneth Donnelly, Veronica Andrews and donations from Hillside Florist, People’s United Bank, Allen & Major Associates, and Scoreboards Restaurant.

The Woburn Chamber of Commerce is now a proud partner with Google to get Woburn’s businesses “On The Map”. Businesses with complete listings are 2 times more likely to be considered reputable.Find out what your listing looks like when customers search for your business on Google Search and Maps. visit gybo.com/business and type in your business name to get recommendations on how to improve your presence online. Let’s Put  Woburn On The Map

We can help you resolve issues and create a listing. Please contact us and let’s get your business #OnTheMap

“Can You Hear Me Now?” The Innovation series returns to the Woburn Public Library with American Tower on Thursday June 4th at 6 pm. Meet Michael Queenan, an attorney with American Tower, which provides one of the largest networks of properties for connecting a mobile device to the Internet and telephone network. Last Fall, we learned about innovations in wireless technology, but now we will learn about the infrastructure necessary to connect to our devices and each other.

Everyone from high school students to job seekers to those interested in hearing about the present and future innovations in this field is welcome! There will be an approximately 30 minute presentation followed by a Question and Answer period.

Light refreshments will be served, and handicapped access can be arranged by calling (781) 933-0148.