FRAMINGHAM – City of Framingham Mayor Charlie Sisitsky has re-nominated Sheryl Goldstein for another 3-year term on the Framingham Disability Commission.
Goldstein, who has served on the Commission for the last four years, is the current chair of the 7-member Commission.
Goldstein is a mother of 2, who lives in District 3. She is the former chair of the Framingham Special Education Parent Advisory Council (F-SEPAC).
If confirmed by the City Council, her term would end on June 30, 2025.
The Disability 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.
The “Majority of the members shall consist of people with disabilities. One may be a member of the immediate family of a person with a disability. One member shall be either an elected or appointed official of the City. Each member brings unique skills regarding his/her experience of living with a disability.”
Other members of the Disability Commission include:
|Richard Finlay, District 1||Member||June 2023|
|Sheryl Goldstein, District 3||Chair||June 2025|
|Rose Quinn, District 7||Treasurer||June 2024|
|Susan Santone, District 2||Member||June 2024|
|Andrew Cummings, District 5||Member||June 2023|
|Tyler Terrasi, District 1||Vice Chair||June 2022|
|Meghan Todd, District 4||Clerk||June 2023|
There are no members from District 6, District 8 or District 9 on the Commission.