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FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham’s Mayor has re-nominated Susie Santone and Rose Quinn to the 7-member Framingham Disability Commission.

The nominations were made on June 4, and the 11-member City Council has 30 days to approve or reject the nominations.

If no action is taken by the City’s legislative branch, the appointments are automatic.

Both appointments are for 3-years through June 30, 2024.

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The Framingham Disability Commission is comprised of a majority of people with various disabilities. The Commission works with City Officials, in particular, the ADA Coordinator and the Access Compliance Inspector, to promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of community life.

District 2 resident Santone “has served on the Disability Commission for eight years, currently serving as vie chair. She has developed a wide range of contacts at various levels of government and has worked with members of other disability commissions. She is legally blind
and was diagnosed with MS about six years ago,” wrote Mayor Yvonne Spicer to the 11-member City Council.

District 7 resident Quinn “has served on the Disability Commission since 2007. Currently, she serves as the Assistant Director/CFO at the Metrowest Center for Independent Living, a nonprofit organization serving persons with disabilities in the MetroWest area, closely aligned with the mission and goals of the Disability Commission,” wrote the Mayor.

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The Commission’s current chair is District 2 resident and District 2 School Committee member Rick Finlay.

Other members of the Commission are:

District 3 resident Sheryl Goldstein through June 2022

District 4 resident Tyler Terrasi through June 2022

District 4 resident Meghan Todd through June 2023

District 5 resident Andrew Cummings through June 2023

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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.