Thursday, May 17, 2012
State Senator Karen Spilka recommended Framingham resident Stephanie Mercandetti for this recognition for her outstanding contributions to Framingham and Walpole.
Wednesday, May 16 Framingham resident and newly-elected Framingham Planning Board member Stephanie Mercandetti was honored as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s 2012 class of Unsung Heroines. State Senator Karen Spilka recommended Mercandetti for this recognition for her outstanding contributions to the Framingham community as a resident, and as a recently elected member of the Town Planning Board. Mercandetti was also nominated for her dedicated work on behalf of the Walpole community, where she serves as the Town’s Economic Development and Grants Officer. The Unsung Heroines are women who don’t make the news, but make the difference. They are the women who use their time, talent and enthusiasm to enrich…
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Incumbent Planning Board candidate Tom Mahoney is the one name on the ballot. Stephanie Mercandetti and Ned Price are both running write-in campaigns for the two Planning Board seats.
On Tuesday, Framingham voters will head to the polls. One of the races is for the Framingham Planning Board. There are two seats available. Incumbent Tom Mahoney is the only name on the ballot. Stephanie Mercandetti and Ned Price are both running write-in campaigns for a seat. Voters may only vote for two candidates. Earlier this month, the Framingham Town-Wide PTO held a candidates forum. Each of the three Planning Board candidates participated. Framingham Patch videotapes each candidate's one-minute opening statement. You can view those statements, unedited, attached to this report. Moderator and Town Meeting Ways & Means Chair Audrey Hall asked the three candidates a half dozen questions. Topics focused on the value of a good school …
Monday, February 6, 2012
Long-time resident and economic development & grants officer for the Town of Walpole, Stephanie Mercandetti is a write-in candidate for the Planning Board.
Monday, February 6, 2012
I am a write-in candidate for the open seat on the Framingham Planning Board. The town is at a critical juncture and the road we take will determine the quality of life for Framingham residents for years to come. I believe I can make a strong and positive contribution to that future. As we have recently seen, the Town needs a better balance between our residential and commercial tax bases and the Planning Board holds the critical role of making sure that happens while also preserving the interests and needs of both groups. I understand the issues facing our community. With its present financial outlook, there’s no doubt that Framingham will be dependent on new growth to meet is financial obligations. We need to work to grow our tax base by…