FRAMINGHAM – The 11-member Framingham City Council meeting last night had a new look.
The City Council met for the first-time in its new home in the Blumer room in the Memorial Building.
Each of the 11 City Councilors sat behind a brand new desk, crafted by prisoners from Norfolk County.
City Council Chair Dennis Giombetti, said the new desks and chairs were paid for under an authorization by Framingham Town Meeting.
He said a new matching presentation table and podium is expected soon.
The audience also was able to watch presentations on new television monitors.
Giombetti said a new audio system, including new microphones, are also expected to arrive soon.
Other City of Framingham Boards, Committees, and Commissions will use the Blumer room and the new furniture and audio-visuals.