Framingham Mayor-Elect Sisitsky in Hospital

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FRAMINGHAM – Mayor-Elect Charlie Sisitsky, 76, was admitted to a hospital last night, November 5.

Sisitsky defeated Mayor Yvonne Spicer on Tuesday easily. Sisitsky received 8,823 votes to Spicer’s 3,909 votes.

The campaign released this statement this afternoon, November 6: “Mayor-Elect Sisitsky was admitted to the hospital last evening.  He was experiencing complications from a routine medical procedure.  His condition is stable and he will be making a full recovery.  He will be directing transition work and forming his transition team as he recovers.  He is looking forward to resuming full activities in the near future.”

Sisitsky was a long-time Selectman for the Town of Framingham and the first-ever District 1 City Councilor, when Framingham transitioned to a City form of government.

Sisitsky served as the Natick DPW Director until he retired.


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