Springfield unions bring their protest to Boston
Hundreds of Springfield municipal employees and their supporters demonstrated on Boston Common April 30, to protest the actions of the Romney-appointed Finance Control Board, which is running the city, and to ask for increased state aid.
The demonstrators brought an invitation to the governor to "Come to Springfield."
- See the damage to our city that your Finance Control Board appointees are causing.
- Speak with Springfield residents who are enduring dangerous reductions in essential city services.
- Listen to Springfield municipal employees, who have not had a pay raise in three years yet continue to give them their all.
Demonstrators included members of several Springfield unions, including police, firefighters, teachers and school paraprofessionals.
Springfield Education Association Web site