The following is a press release from the Mayor’s office. It is published as received.
FRAMINGHAM – After a complete and thorough review of 17 applications from 15 males and 2 female candidates and performing 7 interviews, Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer is pleased to announce the 4 final candidates for the City of Framingham Traffic Commission:
- Steven P. Croci has held positions with both Genzyme Corporation and Boston Scientific; and is currently a member of American Society of Quality (ASA), Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), American society of Training and Development (ASTD), American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE), Licensed Construction Supervisor State of Massachusetts and is a Licensed Real Estate Broker state of Massachusetts. Croci currently resides in District 8 and lives within a one mile radius of routes 126 and 135.
- Mary Ann Flaherty retired from her position as the Operations Coordinator for the Rheumatology Immunology and Allergy of Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Ms. Flaherty resides in District 3 and will be appointed as a Traffic Commissioner At Large.
- Mr. Daniel T. Phipps is a semi-retired and operates d/b/a Phipps Bros. Restoration as a self-employed carpenter, specializing in finish and trim on a sub-contract basis. Mr. Phipps resides in District 6 and represents the business community.
- Mr. Bruce N. Yeamans, P.E. a registered civil engineer at Lin Associates, Inc. with over forty years of street, roadway and traffic engineering experience. Mr. Yeamans resides in District 4 and will be appointed as the Traffic Commissioner At Large.
In accordance with Framingham Home Rule Charter, Article V, Section 6 (a), “There shall be a traffic commission which shall consist of the police chief, the fire chief, the director of public works, the superintendent of schools, or their designees, and four residents: one from the business community, one from the downtown area (defined as the area within a one-mile radius of the intersection of Routes 126 and 135), and two residents at-large. All resident members shall be appointed by the mayor. Such appointed members shall serve for three (3) year terms.”