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FRAMINGHAM – Mayor Yvonne Spicer has nominated two women to the Framingham Union Grants Panel of the MetroWest Health Foundation.

Molly Ruddock of District 5 and Viviana Vilches of District 7 were nominated to the panel.

The nominations were made on July 13, and the City Council, the legislative branch of government, has 30 days to approve or reject. If no action is taken, the appointments are automatic for 3 years through June 30, 2024.

The Spicer administration advertised for applicants on June 22.

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The Panel is responsible for ensuring that the use of these funds is in keeping with the mission and purposes of the Foundation, and is directed to meeting the unmet health needs of the Framingham community.

Framingham Union Grants Panel Members shall be Framingham residents that possess the skills and experience that contribute to the purpose and mission of the Panel and Foundation. The Panel shall have a diversity of exposure and interests so as to reflect the broad interests of the Framingham community. No Panel member shall represent any particular group or special interests except only the broad interests of the Framingham community.

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