The following is a media release from the City of Framingham. It is published as received.
FRAMINGHAM – Framingham is home to several buildings that support the education of our children, recreational activities for residents and management of municipal services.
The condition of Framingham’s facilities directly impacts the ability to deliver education to our students and services to our residents and businesses.
“When we were a town, Framingham conducted many studies to assess the condition of and make recommendations regarding our facilities but took very little action,” said Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer. “We must take action now. Otherwise, we will be in the same situation in the future.”
Everyone is invited to learn about the current state of Framingham’s facilities, the financial impact on
the City and ask questions as we chart the future of Framingham during a meeting in Nevins Hall next week.
Who: Dr. Yvonne M. Spicer, Mayor of Framingham; Matthew Torti, Director of Buildings and
Grounds for Framingham Public Schools; James Paolini, Director of Facilities Management; and
Mary Ellen Kelley, Chief Financial Officer
What: A Critical Look at Framingham’s Infrastructure, Relating to Facilities
Where: Nevins Hall at 150 Concord Street, Framingham, MA 01702
When: Tuesday, September 24, 7-8:30 p.m.