Monday, June 25, 2012
Saturday was the 11th Annual Riverfest celebration, which celebrated the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord rivers.
Saturday was the 11th Annual Riverfest celebration, which celebrated the Sudbury, Assabet and Concord rivers. On the Framingham Centre Common there was environmental and artisan vendors and activities for kids. In Saxonville, the The Friends of Saxonville celebrated with a Historic Talk and Walk at the Athenaeum ollowed by an Ice Cream Social on the Athenaeum lawn.
Friday, June 22, 2012
Tuesday night Selectmen re-appointed and voted on new individuals for boards and committees.
Tuesday night Selectmen re-appointed and voted on new individuals for boards and committees. Agricultural Advisory Committee: Thomas P. Hanson as a full member and Matthew Hanson as an alternate Board of Health: Nelson Goldin Cable Advisory Committee: Ron Rego Community Development Committee: Ann Arvedon, Beverly Good, Edgar Roth, Robert Schecter, Pablo Maia, Stephen Bransfield and Joy Gould Conservation Commission: Robert Bois and William Merriam Council on Aging: Patricia Paganella Cultural Council: Rita E. Collins Disability Commission: Dennis Moran Economic Development and Industrial Corporation: Michael Gatlin and Christopher DiBenedetto Fair Housing Committee: Edwin S. Fields Historic District Commission: Gerald Couto Historical …
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Selectmen filled an opening on the Framingham Conservation Commission Tuesday night.
Framingham Selectmen appointed Robert Bois to sit on the Conservation Commission. Bois, a Framingham resident, has been the environmental compliance office for the town of Natick since 2002. Brian Clew, a member of the Sudbury Valley Trustees, withdrew his name from consideration prior to Selectmen taking action, stating Bois was a superior candidate for the job. Clew’s withdrawal left the board with a choice between Andrew Kadets, a real estate attorney, and Bois. Acting Board of Selectmen Chair Charlie Sisitsky thanked both Clew and Kadets for showing interest in serving the town and invited them to apply for other positions that might open in the future
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Framingham Selectmen will try again to appoint an individual to the Conservation Commission at their meeting tonight.
At the Board of Selectmen's last meeting, Selectmen were deadlocked on an appointment to the Conservation Commission. The vote was split 2-1-1, with Selectman Ginger Esty not present. Andrew Kadets, a real estate attorney, had two votes. Brian Clew, a member of the board of the Sudbury Valley Trustees and Robert Bois, a conservation agent with the town of Natick each had one vote. All three are Framingham residents. Selectmen are expected to try to appoint one of the three tonight. For a full agenda of tonight's meeting, click here. Meeting starts at 7 p.m.