Framingham Apartment Moratorium Ended This Week; What Did It Accomplish?

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FRAMINGHAM – On Tuesday, September 21 with little acknowledgement, the City of Framingham’s apartment moratorium ended at 11:59 p.m. Enacted

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Sen. Warren Endorsing Spicer For Framingham Mayor

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FRAMINGHAM – Senator Elizabeth Warren is endorsing Yvonne Spicer for re-election for a second 4-year term as Mayor of the

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Framingham Youth Council Proposes Clerk Position, More Meetings, and Annual Meeting With School Superintendents

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By Nick Barry *** FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham City Council’s Ordinance and Rules Subcommittee met Thursday to discuss changes to

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Framingham City Council Subcommittee Discusses Political Campaign Restrictions

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By Nick Barry *** FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham City Council’s Ordinances and Rules Subcommittee discussed a proposed ordinance that would

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City Council Votes 8-3 To Eliminate Framingham Planning & Community Development Director’s Salary As of July 1

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FRAMINGHAM – Citing a lack of performance in the City of Framingham Planning & Community Development Department, the Framingham City

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Proposed Ordinance Would Help Create & Provide Support For Framingham Neighborhood Groups & Associations

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By Caroline Lanni *** FRAMINGHAM – Earlier this year, District 8 City Councilor John Stefanini submitted an ordinance to the

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Framingham City Council Expected To Declare Today Eurie Stamps Sr. Day

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By Talia Heisey *** FRAMINGHAM – Eurie Stamps Sr., a retired MBTA employee, was known to family and friends for

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Framingham Women Leaders Share Stories in Politics To Mark 100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment

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FRAMINGHAM – Today, August 26, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment. The 19th Amendment

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Framingham City Council Unanimously Supports Black Lives Matter Proclamation

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FRAMINGHAM – With some tweaking of the resolution by District 6 City Council Phil Ottaviani Jr., Distict 9 City Councilor

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