1. Selectmen on Tuesday accepted a presentation by the that gave an overview of out-of-town sewer users that tap into Framingham’s system. The report indicated that there are 17,766 sewer accounts in Framingham and 131 accounts are from other towns. Ashland is the heaviest user of Framingham’s system with 62 accounts, followed by Southborough’s 34 and Natick’s 31. DPW chief Peter Sellers was quick to point out that there have not been any new approvals of out-of-town hookups since 2002. Any hookups that have occurred were approved prior to 2002. Selectman Dennis Giombetti thanked Sellers for clearing up a “misconception” that there have been numerous hookup approvals in the past decade.
2. Selectmen opened and closed a warrant for a special Town Meeting on Sept. 10, in response to a citizen petition filed by Framingham resident Steve Hakar. Additionally, selectmen opened a warrant for the Oct. 16 Fall Special Town Meeting.
3. An NStar petition for a gas main on Edmands Road was approved. The petition is for ongoing work near Garvey Road and Carter Drive. An NStar representative said the project would be completed in two to three weeks.
4. The board approved a new director, Edward Seeker, and a new manager, David Rothemich, for
5. Armando Oliva was approved as a new director and new manager at