FRAMINGHAM – City Council Chair Dennis Giombetti and District 8 City Councilor Judith Grove will speak at the next meeting of the Coburnville-Tripoli Neighborhood Association.
The meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 23 at Braza Grill on Route 135 at 7 p.m.
Also at the meeting, the Association is expected to approve updated bylaws. The Association formed earlier this year. The Association’s kick-off event was a free neighborhood block party at Roosevelt Park.
In August, the Association held a beach party jointly with the Lake Waushakum Association, comprised for Framingham and Ashland residents.
All are welcome to attend the meeting. You must be a dues-paying member to vote the bylaws. Dues are $5 per year per member. Membership is open to those in the neighborhood, those who own a business in the neighborhood, and those who live within a half-mile of the neighborhood.
The next meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 21.
Framingham Superintendent of Schools Bob Tremblay will be the featured guest.