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And 5 other things you missed from Tuesday's Selectmen's meeting.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
Tuesday night Selectmen re-appointed and voted on new individuals for boards and committees.
Government, Schools, Arts
Town Manager Bob Halpin said the Danforth Museum proposal for renovation and relocation to the Maynard Building was submitted on Tuesday.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Framingham Town Manager Bob Halpin says NSTAR needs to do a better with one-to-one communication.
The School Committee reviewed its goals for the school year and gave its input on resolutions to be presented to the Massachusetts Association of School Committees.
The Framingham Teachers Association has a one year contract set to expire Aug. 31 and they want a new three-year contract and a "salary increase."
Former Framingham Library Director Mark Contois, who left for Worcester in 2010, will replace retiring director Jeanne Kelley, who replaced Contois when he left.
Residents of the Oaks neighborhood, who appealed to Framingham Selectmen, were able to question NSTAR face-to-face at a special meeting on the utility company's tree cutting; but received few answers.
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