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And six other items from Tuesday night’s Board of Selectmen meeting.
Government, Schools, Business
Public invited to meet Republican senate candidate Gabriel Gomez this morning, 17 Framingham Police, including 10 SWAT members participated in last week's manhunt, free children's karate class today and Panache Coffee receives entertainment license.
Framingham Selectmen approved the owner's restaurant and beer and wine license Tuesday night.
Framingham Selectmen unanimously approved a beer and wine license for CJ's Northside Grill in Framingham.
The disclosures came as neighbors turned out to oppose Ford's Hill Estates, a proposed subdivision on Nixon Road.
Framingham School Committee announced applicants should submit letter of interest, if they wish to be appointed to fill the seat vacated by newly-elected Selectmen Michael Bower.
Following Tuesday's Annual Town Election, the Framingham School Committee and Framingham Selectmen both held meetings on Wednesday and elected new chairs.
The Framingham School Committee will ratify the contract after teachers vote; Framingham Teachers Association members are expected to vote after school vacation week.
Government, Police & Fire, Business
The Framingham Auxiliary Police, which is recruiting new members, made a presentation to Selectmen, and 3 items you missed from Tuesday's meeting.
Three of the four members of the town's legislative delegation urged Framingham officials to budget conservatively.
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