The Cape Cod Times coverage of Julian's announcement is up! The article includes this quote:
“I believe in generational responsibility,” Cyr said. His experience in a small town working at his family’s restaurant and being educated locally was critical but that way of life is at risk now, he said. “It’s more and more challenging to eke out a living on Cape Cod. I know it’s the same on Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. It’s harder and harder to do what my parents did, move to the Cape, open a business, buy a home, have a family.”
Julian's announcement continues to populate Cape & Islands media. The latest coverage appears on CapeCod.com's local blog:
“We’ve become profoundly unaffordable,” he said. “I’m someone who believes in generational responsibility; I’ve been involved in policy and community organizing both here on the Cape and in Boston working for state government for a number of years.”
Julian's announcement continues to get wide coverage in the press. The latest article, in the Cape Codder, outlines Julian's qualifications for office.
“I know what the job of being a state senator is, I work with these people on a daily basis. Affordable housing will require state action in some way, Beacon Hill doesn’t understand the Cape. They see the Cape as a beautiful place for a weekend,” Cyr said. “They don’t see the other Cape, people on assistance, cobbling together two jobs. I think having a deep understanding of policy and community I would get a lot done as senator.”