Friday, August 3, 2012
U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, said like the sewer work Framingham is doing, Massachusetts and America need to make infrastructure improvements a priority just as China has made it a priority.
U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren brought her "Rebuild Now" tour to Framingham. Framingham Selectmen Chair Charlie Sisitsky explained to Warren how making infrastructure improvements, like the East Framingham Sewer Project, is saving the Town of Framingham money over the long haul. State Rep. Tom Conroy, whose new district includes Saxonville in Framingham, discussed the importance for infrastructure improvements to generate jobs and improve the economy. Warren also spent time with Framingham Selectman Dennis Giombetti and employees from Gioioso and Sons, who were contracted to upgrade the 80-year old sewer line.
Thursday, August 2, 2012
U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren stopped by Saxonville today, as part of her "Rebuild Now" tour and learned about the East Framingham Sewer Improvement Project.
U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren was in Saxonville today as part of her statewide "Rebuild Now" tour. She talked with state and local leaders and Gino Gioioso, owner of Gioioso and Sons of Boston, who is the project manager for the East Framingham Sewer Improvements Project. Warren stressed the need for infrastructure projects. Framingham Patch will have more on her visit, including video of what she had to say later.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Residents will be getting their sewer and water bills this month and they will find rate increases. Selectmen approved the rate hike Tuesday night.
The sewer work that has torn up roads in Framingham will soon have residents and businesses digging deeper into their wallets to pay for their own sewer and water usage. Rates for water and sewer consumption were approved Tuesday night by the Board of Selectmen and a review of the rates indicated the average homeowner will be paying about $117 more for water and sewer this year then was paid last year. The increase is partly due to a 75 percent increase in the debt service for the town-wide sewer work and a modest 25 percent increase in debt service for improvements to the water infrastructure. The East Framingham Sewer Improvements Project cost in the neighborhood of $40 million. Funds to pay for the massive project have come from federal…