Chief Baker Speaks to Coburnville-Tripoli Neighborhood Association

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FRAMINGHAM – The Coburnville-Tripoli Neighborhood Association held its first in-person meeting in more than a year this morning, April 24, at Anna Murphy Park.

Framingham Police Chief Lester Baker and Deputy Police Chief Sean Riley both spoke.

The Police Department gave an update on a suspect wanted in a shooting in the neighborhood a few months ago, an update on the recent smash & grab business robberies, and the recent vehicle breakins.

The Chief also brought along two officers who patrol the neighborhood so they could get to know the Association and Association members could get to know them as part of his community policing initiative.

Association member Judy Grove presented on the history of Anna Murphy Park, and the ice houses that used to grace the neighborhood.

The business spotlight this month was with Auto Bright Car Care. Owner Patrick Mosesso discussed the services his 105 Hollis Street business provides and how he has several openings for employment.

About 20-30 members turned out for the meeting, which also included the election of new officers and a new Board of Trustees.

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