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FRAMINGHAM – Mayor Yvonne Spicer has nominated 3 individuals to the Framingham Historical Commission in the last 30 days.

Mayor Spicer re-nominated photographer Lynne Damianos of District 2 and City Historian Fred Wallace of District 1 to another 3-year term on June 24. Both terms will end in June 2023.

Spicer on July 9, in a memo to City Council, nominated Susan Kennedy of District 4 for a 3-year term to end on June 30 2023. (Mayor wrote in her memo to the City Council: “Although Ms. Kennedy’s application indicates residency in District 6, the information above notes District 4 based on home address.”

The 11-member City Council has 30 days to act on the nomination. If no action after 30 days, the appointment is approved.

The Historical Commission’s mission is to work alongside the Massachusetts Historical Commission to promote the preservation, protection, and development of the City’s historically and archaeologically important assets and to develop a long-range plan for the preservation of cultural resources in the community, and to oversee the implementation of that plan, including the creation of and maintenance of the cultural resources inventory.

Other members of the Commission include:

  • District 1 resident Lewis Colten – term expires June 2022
  • District 3 resident Paul Silva – term expires June 2021
  • District 6 resident Thomas Schuetz- term expires June 2022
  • District 6 resident Kevin Swope – term expires June 2022

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.