Framingham Selectmen plan to meet with town leaders from , Wayland, and Natick to talk about promises made by NSTAR and complaints made against them.
Selectmen Chair Charles Sisitsky proposed this meeting take place upon hearing Framingham Town Manager Bob Halpin's Halpin’s report on NSTAR Tuesday night.
NSTAR met with residents of the on June 5.
Halpin described it as, “a very good meeting where resident heard good information from NSTAR”.
At that meeting, NSTAR discussed how they would work with homeowners and what the neighborhood would look like after the project ended.
However, NSTAR has not kept up with its communication since the meeting but has met with and .
Halpin maintains NSTAR needs to do a better with one-to-one communication.
On Wednesday in Sudbury, Patch editor Rob Fucci captured video of a resident's yard both before and after NSTAR cleared 22 trees from the property. (It was also uploaded to this article.) The same right-of-way affecting Framingham residents is also impacting Sudbury, Wayland and other communities.
Have you been impacted by the clearing of the right-of-way? Do you have photos, video or just want to talk about the impact on your home and property? Post your comments below or contact editor Susan Petroni at email@example.com or 508-202-5597.