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HomeMy WebLinkAbout2015 Annual Town Report - completewith_frontcoversFramingham Fast Facts Year Incorporated 1700 Form of Government Selectmen/Town Manager/ Representative Town Meeting Population 68,318 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2010 Census Registered Voters 35,910 Number of Voting Precincts 18 Total Area 26.44 sq. miles Land Area 25.12 sq. miles 2015 Tax Rate Residential - $17.82 Commercial - $38.99 The 2015 edition of the Framingham Annual Town Report was edited by: Jeanette Galliardt, Administrative Assistant, Board of Selectmen Cover Photo: The Children’s Grove at Cushing Park. TTOOWWNN OOFF FFRRAAMMIINNGGHHAAMM MMAASSSSAACCHHUUSSEETTTTSS Annual Report January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015 Framingham’s Town Seal: In the year 1900, the Framingham Town Seal was redesigned for the Town’s bicentennial to recognize the community’s prominence in education and transportation. The Framingham State Normal School, a free public school and the first of its kind in America, is represented by the structure at the top of the design. Governor Danforth, the founder of Framingham and owner of much of its land, is acknowledged by the words “Danforth’s Farms 1662” on the shield in the center. The wheel with spokes drawn as tracks radiating in six different directions represents the steam and electric railroads and signifies the Town’s position as a transportation hub. Surrounding the words “Town of Framingham Incorporated 1700” is an illustrative border of straw braid, which honors the prominent role Framingham played in the manufacture of hats and bonnets in the 1800s. I T AABBLLEE OOFF CCOONNTTEENNTTSS ORGANIZATIONAL CHART IV ELECTED OFFICIALS & APPOINTMENTS V GENERAL GOVERNMENT BOARD OF SELECTMEN 1 TOWN MANAGER 3 TOWN CLERK 5 ELECTION RESULTS 7 TOWN COUNSEL 17 HUMAN RESOURCES 31 VETERANS’ BENEFITS AND SERVICES .……………………………………………………...32 TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 33 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 37 CAPITAL BUILDING PROJECTS 37 MEDIA SERVICES 38 LICENSING 40 FINANCE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER 41 TOWN ACCOUNTANT 42 TREASURER/COLLECTOR 63 BOARD OF ASSESSORS 93 PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 109 RETIREMENT SYSTEM 110 PUBLIC SAFETY & HEALTH POLICE DEPARTMENT 111 AUXILIARY POLICE 114 ANIMAL CONTROL 115 FIRE DEPARTMENT 117 BOARD OF HEALTH 123 INSPECTIONAL SERVICES 126 DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES 129 PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING & TRANSPORTATION 130 HIGHWAY DIVISION 132 SANITATION DIVISION 135 WATER AND WASTEWATER DIVISION 136 CONSERVATION & OPEN SPACE 138 FLEET, FACILITIES, & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT 139 ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE 141 II PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING BOARD 142 COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 144 ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 151 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HOME PROGRAMS 152 METROWEST REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY 153 FRAMINGHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY 154 RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION 156 RECREATION 157 PARKS MAINTENANCE 158 CEMETERY COMMISSION 160 LORING ARENA 161 COUNCIL ON AGING/CALLAHAN CENTER 161 EDUCATION AND LIBRARIES FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS 164 KEEFE TECHNICAL SCHOOL 177 FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 183 GENERAL COMMITTEES CABLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 187 CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 187 CULTURAL COUNCIL 188 CUSHING CHAPEL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 188 DISABILITY COMMISSION 188 EDGELL GROVE CEMETERY COMMISSION 189 FINANCE COMMITTEE 189 GOVERNMENT STUDY COMMITTEE 191 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION 191 HISTORICAL COMMISSION 192 HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 192 REAL PROPERTY COMMITTEE 193 TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE 193 TOWN MEETING TOWN MODERATOR 194 STANDING COMMITTEES STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMUNITY SERVICES 196 STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION 196 STANDING COMMITTEE ON PLANNING AND ZONING 196 STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY 197 STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES 197 STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 198 TOWN MEETING JOURNAL TOWN MEETING ATTENDANCE 200 APRIL 28, 2015 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 201 MAY 5, 2015 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 249 OCTOBER 20, 2015 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 250 III VOTERS Board of Selectmen Town Counsel Town Manager Finance Parks, Recreation & Culture Fire Police Human Resources Inspectional Services Public Health Capital Project and Facilities Community & Economic Develop Public Works Tech. Services Treasurer/ Collector Town Accountant Assessor Purchasing Parks Maint. Recreation Programs Loring Arena Callahan Senior Center Beaches Cemeteries Fire Operations Fire Prevention and Inspections Fire Marshall EMS Admin . Police Operations Emergency Mgt. Services Licensing Aux. Police Animal Control Crossing Guards Personnel Admin. Labor Relations Employee Benefits Admin Veterans’ Services and Benefits Diversity and Inclusion Building Permits and Inspections Weights and Measures Zoning and Code Enforce - Ment Signs Community Health Environ - mental Health, Permitting and Inspections Hazardous Waste and Cleanup Community Develop- ment Housing Economic Develop- ment Open Space Historic Comm. & District Comm Zoning Board of Appeals Facilities Mgt. Capital Projects Mgt. Parking Facilitiies Admin and Finance Highways and Sanitation Water and Sewer Engineering Capital Projects Fleet Services Cons. Comm. Network Services IT Hardware and Software Media Services Assistant Town Manager School Committe Planning Board Library Trustees Town MeetingTown Clerk Town Moderator EELLEECCTTEEDD TTOOWWNN OOFFFFIICCIIAALLSS As of 12/31/15 Town Clerk Valerie Mulvey 2017 Town Moderator Teri S. Banerjee 2016 Board of Selectmen Cheryl Tully Stoll 2017 Laurie Lee 2017 Jason A. Smith 2018 Charles J. Sisitsky 2016 Michael J. Bower 2016 School Committee Michelle Brosnahan 2017 James H. Stockless 2017 Donald C. Taggart, III 2017 Beverly K. Hugo 2018 James J. Kelly 2018 Heather A. Connolly 2016 Eric K. Silverman 2016 Library Trustees Arthur M. Finstein 2017 Samuel L. Klaidman 2017 Jo-Anne Thompson 2017 Elizabeth Roy 2017 20 Maria E.L. Barry 2018 Eric Doherty 2018 Janet L. Harrington 2018 Nancy Coville Wallace 2018 Robert M. Dodd 2016 Elizabeth F. Fideler, Chair 2016 Chris Walsh 2016 Ruth S. Winett 2016 Regional Vocational School Committee A. J. Mulvey 2017 Michael M. Rossi 2017 James Cameau 2018 John H. Evans, III 2018 Myra Bushell 2018 Larry Cooper 2016 Linda B. Fobes 2016 John M. Kahn 2016 Planning Board Christine A. Long 2017 Thomas F. Mahoney 2018 Stephanie A. Mercandetti 2018 Lewis Colton 2016 Victor A. Ortiz 2016 Housing Authority Janice M. Rogers 2019 Robert L. Merusi 2016 Stephen P. Starr 2017 Phyllis A. May 2018 Edgell Grove Cemetery Trustees Susan Silva 2018 John J. Silva 2019 Dennis Cardiff 2016 Stanton T. Fitts 2016 Barbara W. Ford 2017 State Legislators Senator Karen Spilka (D) Representative Tom Sannicandro (D) Representative Chris Walsh (D) Representative Carmine Gentile (D) V SSEENNIIOORR MMAANNAAGGEERRIIAALL AAPPPPOOIINNTTMMEENNTTSS As of 12/31/15 Town Manager Robert J. Halpin Assistant Town Manager James P. Duane Police Chief Kenneth M. Ferguson Fire Chief Gary Daugherty Town Counsel Christopher J. Petrini Chief Financial Officer Mary Ellen Kelley Technology Services Director Carly Premo Melo Town Accountant Richard G. Howarth, Jr. Treasurer/Tax Collector Carolyn R. Lyons Chief Assessor William G. Naser Human Resources Director Dolores Hamilton Chief Procurement Officer Jennifer Pratt Building Commissioner/Inspectional Services Director Michael A. Tusino Community & Economic Development Director Arthur P. Robert Chief Engineer William Sedewitz Parks & Recreation Director James Snyder (Interim) Public Health Director Michael J. Blanchard Veterans Benefits & Services Director Peter Harvell Conservation Administrator Robert D. McArthur Elder Services/Callahan Senior Center Director Grace O’Donnell Public Works Director Peter Sellers Town-Owned Buildings Foreman James J. Paolini Human Services Policy & Program Coordinator Vacant School Superintendent Dr. Stacy Scott Planning Board Administrator Amanda L. Loomis Library Director Mark Contois Liaison to the State Ethics Commission Christopher Petrini, Esquire VI BBOOAARRDD OOFF SSEELLEECCTTMMEENN AAPPPPOOIINNTTMMEENNTTSS As of 12/31/15 Agricultural Advisory Commission Nicola Cataldo 2017 Peter E. Whiting 2017 Thomas Hanson, Chair 2018 Dudley Stephan 2016 George A. Marold 2016 Jacqueline Mennino 2015 Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee William Hanson, Chair Indefinite Edward Kross Indefinite Joseph Repole Indefinite Thomas Branham 2017 Ben Gustafson 2017 Bruce Ingle 2016 Stacey Lee 2016 Board of Health David W. Moore 2017 Laura Housman 2018 Michael R. Hugo, Chair 2016 Cable Advisory Committee Annabel Z. Dodd, Chair 2017 William Peter Barnes 2017 Morton J. Shuman 2017 Ron J. Rego 2018 Norma Shulman 2016 Cemetery Commission Kathleen F. Hauck 2017 David Gudejko 2016 Joseph Kaufman 2016 Community Development Committee Anne Arvedon 2017 Beverly C. Good, Chair 2017 Pablo Maia 2017 Edgar Roth 2017 Jacob Binnall 2016 Stephen Bransfield 2017 R. Evan Davis 2016 Conservation Commission Sam Bade 2017 William G. Merriam, Vice Chair 2018 Robert Bois 2018 Pam Helinek, Chair 2016 Jennifer Forman Orth 2016 Eve Lewinger 2017 TJ Liveston 2017 Constables R. Scott Gonfrade 2016 Paul L.M. Kelley 2016 Sean McCarthy 2016 Paul A. Nardizzi 2016 Amaury Abreu 2016 Marjorie Goldin 2016 Nelson Goldin 2016 Rachel A. Minutolo 2016 Henry Ohrenberger 2016 William Pickett, Jr. 2016 Barry Sims 2016 Elizabeth A. Fuller 2017 Steven Driver 2018 Cultural Council Cindy Camuso (Ex-Officio) 2016 P. Nandi Varris (Ex-Officio) 2016 Joel Winett 2018 Judith Levine 2018 Mary Jane Dotson 2017 Norma Kent 2017 Diane M. Hartung, Chair 2016 Esther Powell 2018 Katie O’Callaghan 2017 Kathryn Sucich 2017 Cushing Chapel Board of Trustees Edward T. Levay, Jr., Chair 2018 Elizabeth Sleczkowski 2018 Deborah Butler 2017 Geri Weinstein 2017 VII Disability Commission Elise A. Marcil 2017 Susane Santone 2017 Craig Coleman 2018 Dennis Moran 2018 Karen Foran Dempsey, Chair 2016 Kathleen T. McCarthy 2016 Rose Quinn 2016 Economic Development & Industrial Corporation Richard J. Donovan 2017 Maureen E. Dunne 2017 Dan Rao 2017 Christopher DiBenedetto 2018 Michael Gatlin, Chair 2018 Scott W. Wadland 2018 Richard Gallitto 2016 Elderly & Disabled Tax Fund Committee William G. Naser, Chief Assessor Carolyn Lyons, Treasurer/Collector Elizabeth Matterazzo Indefinite Howard Rouse Indefinite Eric C. Finn Indefinite Emergency Management Director Steven Trask Indefinite Emergency Management Asst. Director John C. Magri Indefinite Fair Housing Committee Robert Anspach (Ex-officio, HR Comm.) 2017 Nathalie Jean (Ex-officio, CED Dept.) 2017 Bob Merusi (Ex-officio, F. Housing Auth) 2018 Cynthia Cobb 2018 Brandale Randolph 2018 2014 Susan DiClemente Aaron 2018 Edgar Roth 2016 Cynthia M. Higgins 2016 Fence Viewer Eric Johnson 2018 Michael Tusino 2018 Historic District Commission Henry Field 2017 Ted Grenham (Alternate) 2017 Helen Lemoine 2017 Stephen Greeley (District Resident) 2017 Susan Bernstein (Realtor) 2018 Amy D. Finstein (Alternate Arch. Hist) 2018 Calvin Smith 2018 Gerald Couto, Chair 2018 Julie A. Ferrari 2016 James Kubat (Architect) 2016 Andrew Mackin (Alternate) 2016 Jeff Delvy (Alternate FHC) 2016 Historical Commission Lewis Colten 2017 Susan Martone 2017 Jane B. Whiting 2017 Gerald Couto 2018 Thomas Joseph Schuetz 2018 Paul F. Silva 2016 Frederic Wallace, Chair 2016 Human Relations Commission Robert Anspach, Chair 2017 Timothy Lee 2017 John Schaefer 2018 Arlene Bernstein 2016 Priscila Soares Sousa 2017 Kevin Murphy 2018 Mary Jane Dotson 2018 Kevin Aguirre 2018 Metro Area Planning Council Robert Halpin 2016 MetroWest Regional Transit Authority Cheryl Tully Stoll 2016 Park and Recreation Commission David Gudejko 2017 Phillip Reitz 2017 Joseph Kaufman 2018 Joan Klan Rastani, Chair 2018 Kathleen F. Hauck 2016 Town Historian Frederic Wallace Indefinite Tree Warden Francis Pawluczonek 2016 Veterans Council Dawn Ross 2018 Richard A. Constant 2016 Nicholas Paganella 2016 Eric C. Finn 2017 Daniel Schuldman 2018 William Blumsack 2018 Gerald Blanchette 2018 Peter Harvell, VSO Ex-officio Zoning Board of Appeals Susan S. Craighead 2017 Philip R. Ottaviani, Chair 2018 Stephen Meltzer 2016 Edward V. Cosgrove (Associate) 2016 Robert Snider (Associate) 2016 Kevin J. Gatlin (Associate) 2016 Zoning Board of Appeals Sign Appeals Board Edward V. Cosgrove 2016 Kevin J. Gatlin 2016 Robert Snider 2016 Local Water Resource Management Official Peter A. Sellers Indefinite IX AAPPPPOOIINNTTMMEENNTTSS BBYY TTHHEE MMOODDEERRAATTOORR As of 12/31/15 Capital Budget Committee Jeanne Bullock, Chair 2017 Elizabeth Funk (Fin Com Rep) 2016 Kevin P. Crotty 2018 Edward J. Kross 2018 Richard J. Weader, II 2016 Michael Cannon 2016 Dan Rao 2017 Finance Committee Ambar Sarkar, Chair 2017 Dan Lampl 2018 Nancy Wilson 2018 David F. Miles 2018 Mahmood Akhtar 2016 Leonard Finkel 2016 Elizabeth Funk 2016 George P. King 2017 Government Study Committee Karl Rookey, Chair 2017 Wolf Haberman 2018 Barbara LeDuc 2017 Mel Warshaw 2017 Sue Bernstein 2016 Ed Mann 2016 Betty Muto 2016 Personnel Board Roger Ahlfeld, Chair 2018 Stephen Rollins 2017 Stephen Becker 2016 Stanley Lichwala 2016 Marvin Bernstein 2017 Real Property Committee Robert Bolles 2017 Mark McClennan 2017 Betty Muto 2017 Kathy Vassar 2017 Judy Leerer 2018 Norman Snow 2015 Diane Pabst 2018 Andrea Carr-Evans 2016 Edward T. Levay, Jr. 2016 Martin Ned Price, Chair 2016 Christine Long (Planning Board Representative) 2017 Michael Bower (Selectmen Representative) 2017 Heather Connolly (School Committee Representative) 2017 Nancy Wilson (Fin Com Representative) 2017 Joan Rastani (Park Commission Representative) 2017 Nicola Cataldo (ConCom Representative) 2017 Technology Advisory Committee Phil Reiman 2014 Vale Sundravel 2017 Edward Kane 2018 Steven Feldman 2016 Adam C. Levensohn, Chair 2016 X MMIISSCCEELLLLAANNEEOOUUSS AAPPPPOOIINNTTMMEENNTTSS as of 12/31/15 Board of Assessors Elizabeth Fekete 2016 Arthur Holmes 2017 Kathy Peirce 2017 Appointed by the Chief Financial Officer with approval of the Town Manager Council on Aging Clinton J. Knight, Chair 2016 Linda Belleville 2016 Rick Killigrew 2016 John Kahn 2016 Lynn F. Power 2017 Betty Muto 2016 Rachel Stewart 2016 Fred Wallace 2016 Clyde Dottin 2016 Michelle Quinn Smith 2017 Lawrence J. Griffin 2016 Five appointed by the Board of Selectmen, six by the Council on Aging Housing Authority Janet Leombruno 2019 Appointed by the MA Department of Housing & Community Development Registrar of Voters Eng Cho 2018 Linda A. Fields 2016 Bruce C. Wester 2016 All of the above Appointed by Selectmen Valerie Mulvey 2017 Appointed by default as Town Clerk Loring Arena Committee Richard Callahan 2018 Richard D. Ryan 2018 Jack Jagher 2018 Robert Lewis 2018 Joan Klan Rastani 2018 Joseph Tersoni 2018 Appointed by Town Manager Retirement Board Richard Howarth, Jr., Chair & Ex-officio Mary Ellen Kelley 2017 Jon Fonseca 2017 John W. White 2018 Peter Rovinelli, Elected 2016 Two members appointed by Selectmen, two elected by members, one appointed by Retirement Board XI BOARD OF SELECTMEN | TOWN MANAGER | TOWN CLERK | TOWN COUNSEL | HUMAN RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY SERVICES | FACILITIES MANAGEMENT | CAPITAL BUILDING PROJECTS MEDIA SERVICES | LICENSING Board of Selectmen Memorial Building, Rm 121 | 508-532-5400 | selectmen@framinghamma.gov From left to right: Jason A. Smith, Cheryl Tully Stoll, Charles J. Sisitsky, Michael J. Bower and Laurie Lee During 2015, the Board of Selectmen oversaw a number of projects that involved cleaning up hazardous sites throughout town. The Board reached agreement with Ellingwood Construction Company to phase out their asphalt storage and grinding operation at the end of Meadow Street, adjacent to the new Danforth Green housing development. Work started on removal of contamination at Dennison Park on Beaver Street. The area was owned and used by Dennison Manufacturing many years ago as a dump site. The Town negotiated an agreement with Dennison to share efforts and costs to clean up the area. Testing has been ongoing in conjunction with Mass DEP with more clean-up expected in 2016. The land at 350 Irving Street, owned by Eversource is also on track to be cleaned up. Testing and agreements were completed during the year and it is expected that the contamination will be cleaned up during 2016. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 1 The energy improvements contract whereby many town-owned facilities will be upgraded with energy saving equipment was finalized and work began in the later part of the year. One of the first projects was the replacement of streetlights with LED lights. Part of the energy saving contract also provides for new electrical upgrades at the main library. Unfortunately, a major electrical fire took place soon after work began. The fire caused the library to be shut down for an indefinite period while the mishap was investigated. Repairs have begun and will be completed by mid-2016. During the summer and early fall, the Board reviewed proposals for medical marijuana dispensaries in town. At the end of the process, three companies were selected to get letters of support. It is anticipated that they will open sometime in 2016 once they obtain their state approvals. As a result of Town Meeting support, a skate park advisory committee was established. Two members of the Board of Selectmen were appointed to the committee which met throughout the remainder of the year. The committee expects to submit its recommendation to the 2016 Annual Town Meeting. The 2015 Town Meeting also approved a significant zoning amendment for the downtown area in conjunction with Transit Oriented Development. This was the result of a successful collaboration between the Board of Selectmen and the Planning Board. In other action, Town Meeting supported a tax agreement negotiated by the Selectmen for the relocation and expansion of Jack’s Abby brewery. Completion of the state-funded replacement of the Central Street Bridge was delayed beyond the expected 2015 completion date. A mid-2016 opening is now anticipated. Additional sections of the MWRA aqueduct were opened during the year as was the reconstructed “banana” parking lot adjacent to the commuter rail station. The Board of Selectmen and administration successfully negotiated a major change in employee health plans with the Public Employees Committee (PEC). The resulting shift to the Group Insurance Commission (GIC) will save the town an estimated 18 million dollars over a three year period. On a very sunny July 24, FOX 25 News visited Framingham with a ZIP Trip that celebrated the many great qualities and features of Framingham. This summer highlight also honored Framingham’s Charlie Rousseau as our Citizen of the Year. Respectfully submitted, Charles J. Sisitsky, Chairman Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 2 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government TOWN MANAGER Memorial Building, Room 121 | 508-532-5400 | Town.manager@framinghamma.gov I am pleased to present my annual report as Town Manager for calendar year 2015. One cannot hardly begin to recap that year without starting with the record- breaking amounts of snowfall and frigid weather that held us all captive through the end of late January and most of February. The term “polar vortex” crept into our lexicon and by the time it released its grip on New England had dropped a record 111 inches of snow and school cancellations. It was a marathon that tested the endurance of most of our municipal workforce – particularly our DPW, Parks and Recreation, municipal and school Facilities Management and Police and Fire personnel. Heartfelt thanks to all of them! The Fall Special Town Meeting capped off a three-year planning, education and consensus building effort to rewrite our Central Business zoning in Downtown Framingham in pursuit of a high-density, residential/mixed use development vision based on the principles of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and urban walkability with a five- to ten-minute walk of the heavily-used commuter rail station. The new zoning, which was overwhelmingly adopted by Town Meeting 116 to 10, removed many of the barriers to density that were present in the former zoning; adopted a more suitable parking requirement reflecting the experience of other downtown areas developed along TOD principles; and lastly, creating a much higher degree of certainty in terms of permitting. The new zoning allows for higher building heights in the urban core to create more critical mass and pedestrian vitality in the center of downtown and creates a clear set of design standards (with visual examples) that make it clear exactly what the community is looking for in terms of an urban design. We have a high degree of confidence that this new zoning will position our struggling downtown area for significant private investment in housing, retail and office development and establish our downtown as a logical urban center for the larger MetroWest region of greater Boston. The downtown Central Business district/TOD zoning amendments referred to above would not have been possible without a high level of collaboration and support by our elected Board of Selectmen and Planning Board who co-sponsored the amendments at Town Meeting. Similarly, the two elected boards have collaborated for more than two (2) years on a sweeping review of the confusing and hard-to-interpret Framingham Zoning Bylaw. The zoning bylaw, amended many, many times over its nearly seventy-year history, had become increasingly complex, inconsistent and impossible for all but a handful of legal or technical experts to interpret and understand. 2015 saw the second year of a three-year effort to recodify and clarify the bylaw so that all could understand what it meant and required of builders and developers. By removing inconsistencies and conflicting provisions, as well as articulating provisions more clearly, the revised bylaw is a much clearer statement of what the Framingham community wants by way of development and growth. The two Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 3 boards should be proud of the results of this collaborative effort. By the close of 2015, the Board of Selectmen, Town Manager and Chief Financial Officer put in place the second fiscal year piece of a three-year Budget Plan which sought to leverage a significant projected savings in health insurance savings over a three-year period to moderate property tax increases and tax shifting on to businesses in Framingham. The Selectmen and staff embraced a multiyear goal of limiting the annual increase in the property tax levy to 1.25% per year (instead of the maximum 2.5% per cent allowed by state law) or to a total three-year increase of not more than 3.75%. This goal was also expressed as keeping the annual increase of the average single-family residence tax bill to less than $100 per year or $300 over three years. We are pleased to report that we beat each of these goals in the first two years of the plan (FY 2015 and FY 2016) with a total two-year property tax levy increase of approximately 1.65%. For the last year of the plan we are preparing a FY 2017 assuming a property tax levy increase of between 1.25% and 1.75%. It is the opinion of the Town Manager and Chief Financial Officer that a 1.75% increase levy meets the three year goals we established in a manner that is more financial sustainable in terms of funding future budgets. On the economic development front there were two significant business retention achievements. Boston Heart Diagnostics is a highly-regarded medical device company which, as a startup company, began its business in the Saxonville Mills complex here in Framingham. It expanded and relocated to the 90/9 Corporate Center where is grew to a workforce of over 300 people. It soon ran out of space and out of necessity split its operations between two buildings in that center. It considered relocating to a nearby community but through the aggressive intervention of the Town’s Division of Community and Economic Development (DCED) found good space in Framingham and seems to be on a path to grow to a workforce of 450 people. The other significant achievement was the expansion of Jack’s Abby brewing and its decision to stay here in Framingham where it originated. The company expanded from just under 20,000 square feet in its original Morton St. facility to a 65,000 square foot facility on Clinton St., complete with a 5,000 square foot tap room and restaurant which has quickly become a popular regional destination downtown. The company was assisted throughout its decision-making process by Town departments including the DCED and Planning Board and staff and was supported its decision to remain in Framingham by a modest property tax agreement approved overwhelmingly by town meeting. A quick summary of other highlights of 2015 include:  Preparation of Neighborhood/Village Plans for the Nobscot, Saxonville and Southeast Framingham areas of town;  A major electrical fire and resulting damage which took the Main Branch of the Framingham Public Library system out of service until repairs can be made in 2016;  Appointment of a new and warmly received Director of Public Health who is working with Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 4 the Board of Health to achieve our ambitious public and environmental health goals;  Letters of non-opposition and community host agreements which should lead to licensing of one or more Registered Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Framingham  Continued work to adopt and begin implementing a long-range municipal building plan to begin dealing with major building decisions which sorely need to be addressed by the town. I extend a sincere Thank You to the Board of Selectmen, Town divisions and departments as well as all of our employees who worked so collaboratively to make 2015 such a successful year. Sincerely, Robert Halpin Town Manager TOWN CLERK Memorial Building, Room 105 | 508-532-5521 | Townclerk@framinghamma.gov The Town Clerk’s office is the focal point and source of information for most callers and visitors to the Memorial Building. Framingham is the 14th most populated municipality in Massachusetts. 68,318 residents were counted in the 2010 US Census. 35,753 Framingham residents are registered to vote. The presence of a birthing hospital, numerous nursing homes and many assisted living facilities contribute to our substantial work load. Assistant Town Clerk Lisa Ferguson manages our daily operations in the Town Clerk and Election Divisions. She trains and supervises staff. Among many other responsibilities, Lisa produces the Town Meeting Journal, maintains the Town Clerk page on the Town website, and along with the Town Clerk administers the qualifying oath to appointed State officials and appointed and elected Town officials. Lisa has earned her Certified Municipal Clerk designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. In the absence of the Town Clerk the Assistant Town Clerk assumes the authority and responsibilities of that position. The Town Clerk Division is responsible for creating and preserving all the Town’s vital records. Administrators Emily Black Butler and Elena Finehouse registered 633 deaths and 530 marriages and issued 3,996 dog licenses and 519 business certificates in 2015. Our revenue total was $231,271. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to: processing and issuing burial permits, death certificates, marriage licenses, marriage certificates and underground storage tank permits; collecting fines for the Board of Health, Conservation Commission, Police Department, Building and Public Works Departments and Animal Control; maintaining all permanent Public Way Access permits, Zoning Board of Appeals, Planning Board and Historic Commission decisions and appeals; conducting genealogy searches and issuing raffle permits. Emily is also responsible for processing affidavits of correction of vital records, posting meetings and agendas and ensuring that the 48 hour requirement Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 5 is met, recording Conflict of Interest receipts and registering births. As a result of the Vitals Information Partnership (VIP) System we now receive all births to Framingham residents electronically. This has doubled the time necessary for the process. In 2015, 891 births at MWMC were registered and 444 out of town births were processed for a total of 1335 births to Framingham residents. In October 2014, the Death VIP system became operational. This has significantly increased the work involved in processing burial permits and death certificates. Lauren DiGiandomenico is the Election Coordinator. The Election Division is responsible for: conducting the Annual Town Census and elections; maintaining the Town’s voter/census database and its related street listing; recording Town Meeting votes, filing Town Meeting original documents, preparing the Attorney General Bylaw submissions and posting the bylaws when they are approved. The Annual Town Meeting met over twelve nights in May. A Special Town Meeting met on October 21st, 22nd and 23rd. In 2015, Lauren registered 2341 new voters, deleted 1699 voters, amended the records of 10,179 voters and processed 92 absentee ballots for the Annual Town Election that had a 7% voter turnout. We are grateful to many people for assisting us in providing excellent service to our voters. These include but are not limited to: School Superintendents Scott and Lynch who provide accessible voting locations at their schools and the principals who loan us their cafeterias, gyms and parking spaces on election day; James Paolini, Brent Blair and Town Facilities Management staff, Matt Torti, Ernie Moreau and School Building and Grounds staff, Domenic Jannetti and Keefe Tech Facilities staff; Reverend Scaravelli and Pastor Don Hegeman who generously provide St. Tarcisius and Wesley United Methodist Parish Centers as voting locations at no cost; the Arcade management for providing employee parking on election day and our election workers who work 15+ hour days to serve the voters. The Board of Selectmen, Town Manager, Town employees, Town Officials, Town Moderator and Town Meeting Members provide consistent support to this office; it is a pleasure to work with them and with all who participate in our administration and government. I am very grateful for the support of our dedicated, knowledgeable Division and Department Heads. It is a privilege to call them my colleagues. Finally and most importantly I thank and commend my small dedicated staff for their hard work, professionalism and knowledgeable, friendly attitudes. They exemplify the Town’s commitment to excellent customer service. Respectfully submitted, Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 6 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Moderator Blanks 45 72 41 81 65 71 44 26 12 23 78 29 22 12 21 7 0 6 655 Teri S. Banerjee 170 185 106 177 162 174 156 164 79 44 185 71 69 29 54 21 11 25 1882 Write-Ins 1 5 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 21 Selectmen Blanks 11 9 2 15 9 8 9 5 3 9 16 4 2 2 4 1 2 0 111 Jason A. Smith 139 160 97 175 121 165 139 128 62 38 188 71 54 29 58 17 6 17 1664 Jim Pillsbury 64 92 47 71 97 73 53 57 25 20 63 26 35 10 15 10 3 16 777 Write-Ins 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 School Committee Blanks 81 102 44 108 83 94 71 61 28 35 114 44 28 21 31 19 5 19 988 Beverly K. Hugo 125 165 63 146 134 135 121 131 44 39 150 56 54 27 43 15 9 19 1476 James J. Kelly 116 154 101 101 143 150 110 106 61 26 147 67 54 26 48 12 6 16 1444 Scott W. Wadland 109 99 84 167 93 113 100 80 49 34 123 35 46 10 32 10 2 12 1198 Write-Ins 1 4 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Planning Board Blanks 167 178 111 187 161 180 121 91 34 58 188 76 49 33 44 17 5 21 1721 Thomas F. Mahoney 139 184 96 169 149 166 147 155 74 36 183 62 65 26 52 18 7 22 1750 Stephanie A. Mercandetti 123 159 86 163 142 145 133 133 69 40 163 63 67 25 58 21 9 23 1622 Write-Ins 3 3 1 3 2 1 1 1 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 23 Library Trustee Blanks 324 393 210 449 355 407 274 190 100 143 417 165 94 85 111 48 9 51 3825 Maria E. L. Barry 135 163 96 154 138 149 135 145 65 29 167 62 68 18 50 16 9 21 1620 Eric Doherty 132 157 94 142 135 143 128 139 65 29 158 58 70 23 48 17 8 23 1569 Janet L. Harrington 135 164 97 147 140 149 133 141 65 32 162 61 66 23 49 14 9 18 1605 Nancy Coville Wallace 138 169 91 152 140 136 134 141 65 35 163 56 66 19 50 17 9 19 1600 Write-Ins 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 Keefe School Committee Blanks 386 452 252 487 403 431 323 290 145 117 458 178 141 75 131 46 16 55 4386 James Cameau 130 162 92 143 125 146 125 138 63 28 155 61 65 27 50 22 9 23 1564 John H. Evans, III 127 155 90 145 144 154 129 136 61 32 148 60 64 22 46 15 8 20 1556 Write Ins 0 6 5 5 1 0 6 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 31 Myra Bushell 5 9 2 3 8 3 18 4 4 22 11 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 91 Thomas M. Leddy 0 2 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 2 29 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 46 7 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Trustee Edgell Grove Cemetery (5 year term) Blanks 65 79 45 91 71 78 58 40 16 25 82 29 22 12 23 11 2 7 756 Kathleen Griffith 151 181 101 169 155 167 143 150 75 42 185 72 69 30 54 17 9 26 1796 Write-Ins 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Trustee Edgell Grove Cemetery (1 year term) Blank 67 75 46 96 68 74 59 40 20 28 84 30 18 14 24 11 3 7 764 Peter Whiting 149 185 100 165 158 172 142 150 71 39 181 71 73 28 53 17 8 26 1788 Write-Ins 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Total Voter Turnout 216 262 147 261 227 246 201 190 91 67 267 101 91 42 77 28 11 33 2558 Total Registered Voters 2752 2640 2275 2618 2558 2510 2282 2389 1809 1629 2699 1375 1870 1399 1516 938 1145 1410 35814 Percentage 8%10%6%10%9%10%9%8%5%4%10%7%5%3%5%3%1%2%7% Town Meeting Members Precinct 1 Blanks 553 Kevin J. Gatlin 152 Dudley W. Stephan 139 Write-Ins 2 Moira Scanlon Lapointe 5 Brinsley Addison Fuller 2 Heather Celeste Bachman 2 Elinor D. Calver 1 Mark D. Ide 1 Sarah M. Larson 1 Madeline K. Leone 1 Andrew Limeri 1 Marcia R. Lobos 1 Charles Roger Matzker 1 Robert W. Perlman 1 E. H. Royce-Tolland 1 Precinct 2 Blanks 532 Karyn A. Bernstein 176 Jeremy D. Longden 162 Paula A. Longden 164 Write-Ins 1 Glenda M. Cohen 6 Paul H. Schoener 2 Bob Berman 1 DNQ Registered in Prec. 4 James P. Blanchard 1 Mark A. Hugo 1 Raquel McComas 1 Joseph C. Norton 1 Precinct 2 (One 1 year seat)8 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Blanks 241 Write-Ins 3 Glenda M. Cohen 5 Joseph C. Norton 2 Jacob R.L. O'Brien 2 NR Stanley Berman 1 DNQ Registered in Prec. 5 Alyse N. Cantor 1 Lewis W. Case 1 Ludwig Hermann Hering 1 Mark A. Hugo 1 Sharon R. Lloyd 1 Raquel McComas 1 Illona Alicia Roll 1 Mel Schultz 1 NR Precinct 3 Blanks 371 Andrea Carr-Evans 96 Paul A. Costa 113 Write-Ins 0 Lisa Avanzato-Ushkurnis 1 Steven J. Belli 1 Cheryl Elkins 1 NR Heather Fish 1 NR Audrey M. Hall 1 Gerald Merson 1 Gregory J. Rotatori 1 Harold J. Wolfe 1 Precinct 3 (One 1 year seat) Blanks 138 Write-Ins 2 Cheryl Elkins 1 NR Audrey M. Hall 1 Eugene M. Novak, Jr.1 Dorothea S. Ocnos 1 Mauricio Perea 1 John White 1 NR Harold J. Wolfe 1 Precinct 4 Blanks 677 Dan Rao 157 Adam C. Steiner 158 Write-Ins 6 Elizabeth A. Copeland 21 Kenneth Weiss 9 Nancy Marie Fitch 89 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Cesar A. Monzon 2 Tiel Doust Wadland 2 Biagio A. Conte 1 DNQ Registered in Prec. 1 Richard E. Davis 1 Andrew J. Lord, III 1 Hannah H. Lord 1 Precinct 4 (One 2 year seat) Blanks 72 Cesar A. Monzon 92 Kenneth Weiss 94 Write-Ins 0 Elizabeth A. Copeland 3 Precinct 5 Blanks 425 Kim M. Comatas 156 Norma B. Shulman 157 Elizabeth K. Sleczkowski 146 Write-Ins 1 Patrick A. Callahan 19 Mary P. Bushart 1 Robert J. Podd 1 Karen A. Salemi 1 Paul Zaf 1 Precinct 6 Blanks 400 Elsa Rose Aviza 146 Robert H. Bolles 139 William A. Osborn 159 Rochelle Sivan 135 Write-Ins 0 Jeffery A. Campbell 2 Christopher Geoffrey Davis 1 Judy M. Davis 1 Franklin D. Rothwell 1 Precinct 6 (One 2 year seat) Blanks 78 Nicholas Paganella 164 Write-Ins 0 Thomas Miller 2 Franklin D. Rothwell 2 Precinct 6 (One 1 year seat) Blanks 206 Write-Ins 8 Franklin D. Rothwell 810 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Jeffery A. Campbell 6 Thomas Miller 5 Ralph R. Funk 3 Theodore Scott Geller 2 James G. Hicks 2 Seth D. Nable 2 Matthew J. Davis 1 Sara Mandy Frost 1 Lee D. Mendenhall 1 Jim Pillsbury 1 Precinct 7 Blanks 274 Kevin P. Crotty 122 David L. Garcia 120 Adam L. Sisitsky 144 Joel Winett 140 Write-Ins 0 Jeffrey G. Seavey 2 David T. Curtis 1 Jeffrey C. Dutile 1 Precinct 8 Blanks 456 Karen P. C. Vaz 139 Robert D. Case 145 Write-Ins 1 Rory Cahill 2 Diane L. Markowitz 2 Melvin Markowtiz 2 William A. Bernardi, Jr.1 Ailson L. Corton 1 Howard J. Fettig 1 Peter Gramenelles, Jr.1 Daniel R. Lampl 1 James M. List, Jr.1 Jessica L.S. McGettrick 1 Mark G. McGettrick 1 Anthony M. Moretti, Jr.1 Gregory J. Palmer 1 Maria D. Robinson 1 Gayle L. Rosenfeld 1 Christopher M. Teague 1 Precinct 8 (One 2 year seat) Blanks 182 Write-Ins 4 Diane L. Markowitz 1 Stephen R. Piraino 111 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Frank Rothwell 1 DNQ Resistered in Prec. 6 Betty Silva 1 NR Precinct 9 Blanks 88 Kitty M. Crone 65 C. Patrick Dunne 75 Ghafoor A. Sheikh 62 Ralph R. Zazula 69 Write-Ins 1 Susan R. Brown 2 DNQ Registered in Prec. 8 Pablo Maia 1 Arthur J. Mills 1 Precinct 9 (One 1 year seat) Blanks 78 Write-Ins 1 Pablo Maia 3 Nancy G. Black 2 Susan R. Brown 2 Richard M. Brockway 1 Sean W. Donovan 1 Carol Freedman 1 NR Steven Freedman 1 NR Ronald A. Natoli 1 Precinct 10 Blanks 114 Wolf Haberman 42 Kathleen T. McCarthy 35 William G. McCarthy 33 Dhruba P. Sen 41 Write-Ins 0 Myra F. Bushell 2 Christopher A. McGinty 1 DNQ Registered in Prec. 11 Precinct 10 (Two 2 year seats) Blanks 94 Lois L. Herman 40 Write-Ins 0 Precinct 10 (Three 1 year seats) Blanks 195 Write-Ins 1 James H. Burke 1 Michael John Coombes 1 Christopher J. Ottaviani 1 William E. Paquette 1 Michael F. Phipps 1 DNQ Registered in Prec. 112 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Precinct 11 Blanks 511 Arsene G. Bajakian 169 Martin F. Mulvey 195 Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr.175 Write-Ins 0 Christopher A. McGinty 13 Ian M. Schimke 2 Peter A. Sellers 2 Jay L. Seletz 1 Precinct 11 (One 1 year seat) Blanks 247 Write-Ins 3 Geoffrey N. Epstein 2 Christopher A. McGinty 2 Peter A. Sellers 2 Lori B. Bornstein 1 Laura Fletcher Buck 1 Ava Celorier 1 NR John H. Evans, III 1 DNQ Registered in Prec. 5 Linda A. Fields 1 Susan Halbrow 1 NR Henry W. Ohrenberger 1 Heather P. Ostendorff-Bach 1 Jay L. Seletz 1 Veronica C. Viveiros 1 Lawrence W. Yarmaloff 1 Precinct 12 Blanks 130 Bradley C. Bauler 71 Edward J. Kross 68 Mark W. McClennan 67 Donald F. Shay 67 Write-Ins 0 Jakub Kapierz 1 Precinct 13 Blanks 283 Christopher A. Wozny 74 Write-Ins 0 Anna C. Cross 2 Barbara W. Leduc 2 William P. Lynch 1 Joseph C. Meehan 1 Austin J. Nagle, Sr.113 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Precinct 13 (One 2 year seat) Blanks 83 Write-Ins 0 Barbara Leduc 2 Anna C. Cross 2 Jennifer O. Wentworth 2 William P. Lynch 1 Austin J. Nagle, Sr.1 Precinct 13 (One 1 year seat) Blanks 85 Write-Ins 0 Anna C. Cross 2 Barbara Leduc 2 James J. Doucette 1 Jennifer O. Wentworth 1 Precinct 14 Blanks 127 Donald R. Chute 29 Write-Ins 0 Raymond E. Marchand, Jr.7 Jim M. Rizoli 2 George C. Brown 1 Renee M. Faubert 1 Joseph E. Rizoli 1 Precinct 14 (One 2 year seat) Blanks 35 Write-Ins 1 Raymond E. Marchand, Jr.4 Jim M. Rizoli 1 Joseph E. Rizoli 1 Precinct 14 (Two 1 year seats) Blanks 77 Write-Ins 1 Raymond E. Marchand, Jr.3 Jim M. Rizoli 2 Renee M. Faubert 1 Precinct 15 Blanks 189 C. Willliam Cook 47 Thomas J. Driscoll, Jr.61 Write-Ins 0 Thomas Barbieri 5 Beverly C. Good 4 Andrea Dunne Adrian 114 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Albert Q. Roos 1 Precinct 15 (Two 1 year seats) Blanks 141 Write-Ins 3 Marelyn I. Collazo 4 Thomas Barbieri 2 Albert Q. Roos 2 Beverly C. Good 1 Richard Prouty 1 Precinct 16 Blanks 59 Frank N. Demarco 22 Kathleen T. Demarco 21 Write-Ins 0 Ronda H. Andrews 5 Lloyd Kaye 5 Precinct 16 (Two 2 year seats) Blanks 49 Write-Ins 0 Ronda H. Andrews 3 Jose N. Goncalves 2 Lloyd Kaye 2 Precinct 16 (Three 1 year seats) Blanks 79 Write-Ins 0 Ronda H. Andrews 3 Lloyd Kaye 2 Precinct 17 Blanks 44 Write-Ins 0 Precinct 17 (One 2 year seat) Blanks 10 Write-Ins 1 Precinct 17 (Three 1 year seats) Blanks 30 Write-Ins 3 Precinct 18 Blanks 100 Rosemary Pamela Jebari 26 Write-Ins 1 Anita S. Chaves 115 Official Results - April 7, 2015 Annual Town Election 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Junia A. Faust 1 NR Sarah Gonzalez 1 NR Marylou P. Greenwood 1 Katharine E. Hinckley-Sjoberg 1 Precinct 18 (Two 2 year seats) Blanks 61 Write-Ins 2 Stephen James Atwood 1 Lisa Ann Derosa 1 Richard Vorce 1 NR Precinct 18 (Two 1 year seats) Blanks 61 Write-Ins 2 Nancy H. Gerber 1 Hefin Roberts 1 NR Richard Vorce 1 NR A True Copy Attest: Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk Winners are indicated in bold italics DNQ = Does not qualify 16 TOWN COUNSEL Memorial Building, Room 127 | 508-532-5406 | cpetrini@framinghamma.gov I. Introduction & Overview Petrini & Associates, P.C. (“P&A”) is pleased to provide the 2015 Annual Report of the Office of the Town Counsel. P&A operates the Office of the Town Counsel in accordance with Article II, Section 5 of the General Bylaws. We represent the Town in litigation and appear on behalf of the Town before all courts and administrative agencies of the Commonwealth. In addition, we serve as a liaison and a resource to various special counsel and insurance counsel representing the Town in a variety of legal matters. We also attend meetings of boards, committees and commissions of the Town as necessary or as requested. P&A also drafts legal documents for Town officials, boards and commissions upon request, and reviews legal contracts, deeds and agreements to which the Town is a party. We provide advice and opinions to the Board of Selectmen, Town Manager, and various boards, committees, commissions, division heads and department heads in accordance with the Town bylaws and the Board of Selectmen’s Policy on Access to Town Counsel and Confidentiality of Attorney- Client Communications. In our capacity as Town Counsel, we attend the Annual Town Meeting and all special town meetings and we are available to provide opinions at such meetings upon request. We also review all non- petition warrant articles prior to inclusion in the warrant, and are available to review and comment upon written motions submitted in advance upon request in conjunction with specific warrant articles. We also provide advice and guidance to the various committees of Town Meeting, and attend meetings of such committees as needed. Over the past several years, this office has handled the Town’s significant volume of litigation with efficiency, focus and positive results. Included in Section II of this report is a comprehensive list describing the status of cases that were active in 2015 as required by Article II, Section 5.8 of the General Bylaws. Included in Section III of this report is a Budgetary Overview section that summarizes the revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses that this office helped achieve for the Town in 2015. II. Status of Framingham Cases In accordance with Article II, Sections 5.8 and 1.5 of the General Bylaws, below is a list of the Framingham cases that were active in 2015. I have included the case name, type of case, and a brief description of the case with the 2015 activities and 2016 activities through March 16, 2016 summarized in the last column on the right. This section is divided into two parts. Part A summarizes cases that are handled by this office, Part B summarizes cases handled by special counsel or insurance counsel, and Part C summarizes School Department cases of which we are aware. (P&A does not serve as full counsel to the School Department.) Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 17 A. OFFICE OF TOWN COUNSEL CASES MATTER TYPE 2015 STATUS/DISPOSITION Avidia Bank, et al. v. ZBA Zoning This matter involved an attempt to construct a bank on the property located at 222-236 Cochituate Road. The complaint included two counts: an appeal from the Board of Appeals’ denial of a special permit, and a claim that the Office and Professional Zoning District is invalid on its face and as applied to this property. Plaintiffs claimed that any commercially reasonable use of the property requires a special permit, and that the zoning by-law therefore exceeded the town’s authority. Subsequent to filing of the complaint, plaintiff agreed to dismiss the complaint. This matter is now closed. Bardellini v. Town of Framingham Probate This was a probate case involving paternity issues in which the Town was named as party only to compel it to issue a revised birth certificate in the event so ordered by the Court. The Town did not actively participate in this case. Judgment was entered in this case and this matter is now closed. Butler v. Town of Framingham Declaratory/ Injunctive This is an action seeking declaratory and injunctive relief to enjoin the Town from “analyzing commercial and industrial values and their subsequent assessments pursuant to ‘property income and expenses’ rather than ‘100% full and fair cash value’ to calculate the commercial, industrial and personal property value”. It also asks that the town be required to recalculate the 2015 tax rate and “provide an accounting of and action plan to address both taxes wrongfully collected and taxes due and owing as a result of a miscalculation of taxes”. The Court allowed the Town’s motion for summary judgment to dismiss plaintiff’s claims on February 10, 2016, ruling that plaintiff lacks standing to pursue her claims. The plaintiff has appealed this decision to the Massachusetts Appeals Court. C.A.P., Inc. v ZBA Zoning This is an appeal under G.L. c. 40A, §17 from the denial of a special permit application for automobile storage at 350 Irving Street. The application by C.A.P., Inc. was one of a number of applications for 350 Irving Street that were before the ZBA. The main tenant is Landscape Depot; many sub-tenants applied for special permits. The ZBA, based on the information presented at the public hearing, denied the application by C.A.P., Inc. and a number of other subtenants. C.A.P appealed to Land Court. The Land Court stayed the case until C.A.P. obtained an attorney, and in January, 2016, dismissed the case due to the failure of C.A.P. to obtain an attorney. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 18 Citimortgage v. Town of Framingham and Matterazzo Real Estate This is a Land Court Action for reformation of a deed brought by Citimortgage against the record owners and mortgagors, Eugene Matterazzo, Jr. and Nancy Matterazzo. Counsel for Citimortgage filed and argued its Motion for Summary Judgment in 2015 requesting that the Court reform an incorrect deed description in the deed from the Town to the Matterazzos and include this parcel in the mortgage to be foreclosed. The Land Court denied the motion without prejudice after noting a discrepancy in the underlying 2004 deed from the Town, and subsequently ordered that the Town be brought into the litigation as a necessary party. Currently the parties are working to determine the Town’s source of title. Croft v. Conservation Commission Wetlands This case involves an appeal under G.L. c. 249, § 4 challenging the Conservation Commission’s issuance of an enforcement order in June, 2014 with respect to alleged wetlands violations on property located at and near 0 Dartmouth Drive. In December, 2014, the parties agreed to stay the matter for 90 days to discuss a potential resolution of the case, along with a related District Court proceeding through which the plaintiff sought to challenge citations issued by the Conservation Department under G.L. c. 40, § 21D in connection with the violations. The parties reached a global resolution of these cases in March, 2015. This matter is now closed. Croft v. Planning Board Land Use This case involves an appeal challenging the Planning Board’s July 2012 decision denying the plaintiffs’ application for endorsement of approval not required (ANR) under the Subdivision Control Law with respect to property located at 1147 Edmands Road. The plaintiff filed a stipulation of dismissal and this matter is now closed. South Middlesex Realty Group, LLC (successor to Paul Croft) v. Planning Board/Board of Health Land Use This matter concerns an appeal of the conditions of approval issued by the Planning Board in a June 13, 2013 decision for Definitive Subdivision Plan pursuant to M.G.L. c. 41, § 81M for Ford’s Hill Estates at 43B and 45 Nixon Road, as recommended by various letters to the Planning Board from the Board of Health. The plaintiffs contend that the conditions of approval are unreasonable and beyond the authority of both the Planning Board and the Board of Health. Discovery in this case is now closed. Following a status conference of February 17, 2016, the Court entered an order allowing the parties until late May, 2016 to file dispositive motions. The Town intends to file such a motion in the coming months. DePietri v. Conservation Commission Wetlands This matter involved the plaintiff’s appeal of three orders of conditions issued by the Conservation Commission relating to notices of intent seeking approval to construct three single family dwellings on three parcels of property located at 29 Pleasant Street. In August, 2015, the parties agreed to an agreement for judgment under which the matter was remanded to the Conservation Commission, which thereafter issued new orders of conditions approving the project with modifications agreed to between the parties, including changes to address concerns that the Conservation Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 19 Commission had with respect to the original orders. This matter is now closed. DeRosa v. Framingham Wage Act This case concerns a claim for unpaid wages by a member of the Police Department for hours worked off-duty caring for the Department’s K-9. Officer DeRosa alleges the Town failed to pay him approximately $77,106.88 for the alleged hours worked. The Town denies that it failed to fully compensate Officer DeRosa for caring for the K-9. The parties recently have reached an agreement in principle to settle this case. Fox v. Town of Framingham Civil Rights This is a lawsuit filed against the Town, the School Committee and certain School Department officials by Kevin Fox, a former Framingham High School guidance counselor. The Complaint consists of several statutory, constitutional and civil rights claims against the various defendants arising from the plaintiff’s allegation that he was retaliated against by the School officials for his objection to their response to an alleged sexual assault on a 15 year old female student by an 18 year old male student in or about April 2012. The plaintiff contends that the School officials ignored or rejected his recommendations in the aftermath of the alleged assault and then retaliated against him over the course of several months before he resigned in March 2013. The plaintiff amended his complaint in June, 2014 to add the Framingham School Committee as a party. His amended complaint seeks damages from the School Committee and the individually named school employee defendants, including compensatory and punitive damages, compensation for his alleged emotional pain and suffering, interests, costs and attorneys’ fees. The Town was dismissed as a party in the case by the Court in July 2014. Discovery among the remaining parties concluded in 2015, and the remaining defendants recently moved for summary judgment. A hearing is expected to occur in spring 2015. Depending on what the Court decides, it is possible this matter could go to trial before the end of 2015. Framingham Firefighters Local 1652 JLMC Petition Labor This matter involves the Framingham Firefighters Local 1652 petition to the Joint Labor Management Committee in connection with the negotiation of a successor agreement between the Town and the union. The previous agreement expired as of June 30, 2014. The parties’ principal areas of dispute concerned wage increases, longevity/sick leave buyback, sick leave documentation and compensatory time, among other issues. An interest arbitration took place in June 2015 and the panel issued an award in October 2015. Town Meeting voted to fund this award at the Fall 2015 Special Town Meeting. A related Superior Court case and unfair labor practice charge was filed by the Union during the Fall 2015 Special Town Meeting when the article regarding the award was initially referred back to sponsor, alleging that the Town had violated the JLMC statute and G.L. c. 150E. Once the award was funded, both matters were voluntarily dismissed by the Union. This matter is now Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 20 closed. Framingham Police Officers Union & Town of Framingham (MUP-15-4573) Labor This matter concerned an unfair labor practice charge alleging that the Town violated Chapter 150E when it transferred a police officer from the Detective Bureau to the Patrol Division. The Town denied any violation of law. After an investigation conference held by the Department of Labor Relations in September 2015, the Town and the Union negotiated a settlement and were able to resolve this matter. This matter is now closed. Framingham Police Officers Union & Town of Framingham (MUP-16-5088) Labor This matter concerns an unfair labor practice charge alleging that the Town violated Chapter 150E by failing to provide the Union with certain information related to an ongoing internal investigation regarding one of the Union’s members. The Town denies any violation of the law. An investigation conference is expected to occur in March 2016. Framingham Police Superior Officers Association JLMC Petition Labor This matter concerns a joint petition filed in March 2016 by the Town and the Union to the Joint Labor Management Committee in connection with the negotiation of a successor agreement between the Town and the union. The previous agreement expired as of June 30, 2015. The parties’ principal areas of dispute concern duration, wage increases, work schedule, use of sick leave for FMLA, compensatory time, sick leave documentation and complaint handling procedures, among other issues. It is anticipated that the JLMC in 2016 will work with the parties to mediate the dispute to attempt to reach an agreement. If the parties cannot reach agreement an interest arbitration will be scheduled by the JLMC. Framingham-Franklin LLC v. Zoning Board of Appeals Zoning This is an action pursuant to G.L. c. 40A, §17, appealing a decision of the Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals, which upheld a decision of the Town’s Building Commissioner. The Building Commissioner had denied plaintiff Framingham-Franklin, LLC’s request for zoning enforcement, in which plaintiff requested that the Building Commissioner take enforcement action against the construction of a Dunkin Donuts restaurant at 430 Franklin Street in Framingham. The complaint neglected to name as a defendant the owner of 430 Franklin Street, SEDE Realty, LLC, which is the real party in interest. After the ZBA served the plaintiff with a motion to dismiss for failure to name a necessary party, SEDE was brought in as a defendant. Discovery is ongoing between the parties in interest. Framingham-Franklin LLC v. Zoning Board of Appeals Certiorari This case involves an action challenging the Zoning Board of Appeals’ November, 2015 decision that denied the plaintiffs’ appeal of a notice of violation under the Sign Bylaw and accompanying order concerning a sign on the plaintiffs’ property. The Town filed a motion to dismiss the complaint on estoppel and mootness grounds, as the plaintiff had failed to timely appeal numerous previous enforcement notices, orders and citations, and is required to remove Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 21 the signs at issue in any event by virtue of the lapse of a variance pertaining to such sign. The Court has scheduled a hearing on the Town’s motion for June 14, 2016. Huntington Properties, LLC v. Conservation Commission Wetlands/ Certiorari This case involves an appeal of a Conservation Commission order denying a notice of intent to construct a single family home and associated site improvements at 13 Pelham Avenue. The Commission issued its denial orders under the Wetlands Protection Act and the Framingham Wetlands Protection Bylaw, respectively, on December 31, 2012. Following a hearing on the plaintiff’s motion for judgment on the pleadings held in August, 2014, the Court issued judgment in favor of the Conservation Commission. The plaintiff purported to file a notice of appeal, however, the Court has not yet docketed any appeal and to date the plaintiff has not pursued the matter further. McManus v. Framingham et al. Construction This case concerns claims by the owner of property located at 423- 425 Concord Avenue for alleged property damage from a DPW project in or about 2012. The plaintiff brought claims against the Town, the general contractor, P. Gioioso & Sons, Inc. (‘Gioioso”), and the project engineer, Kleinfelder/SEA (“SEA”). The Town tendered defense and indemnification for this claim to Gioioso, who accepted the Town’s tender and is paying for the Town’s defense in the case. The Town is being defended by insurance defense counsel Pierce, Davis & Perritano. A motion to dismiss the plaintiff’s claims on failure of presentment grounds was allowed on July 23, 2015 without prejudice to allow the plaintiff to restate her claim against the Town. The Court recently allowed the Town’s motion for entry of separate and final judgment. This matter will be closed, pending any appeal. O’Loughlin v. Framingham et al Civil Rights This case concerns a claim for wrongful conviction and violations of Section 1983 against the Town and several retired and former members of the Framingham Police Department. The plaintiff alleges that he was arrested and ultimately convicted for a crime which occurred in April 1982, and served approximately 3 years and 9 months in prison. At the time he appealed his conviction but it was affirmed by the Appeals Court. Years later, another person who had been convicted of similar crimes around the same time period told police he was “99%” sure he had actually committed the 1982 crime, not Mr. O’Loughlin. Based on this investigation, the District Attorney did not oppose a motion for a new trial filed by Mr. O’Loughlin, and dismissed the charges after the motion was allowed. This civil rights lawsuit followed. Mr. O’Loughlin contends that the Town defendants failed to disclose evidence that would have exonerated him. The Town denies these allegations. The Town’s defense in this matter was recently assumed by Travelers Insurance Company, based on a 1982 liability policy that Town Counsel was able to locate in the Town’s records. Travelers is defending the case under a reservation of rights, and it may contest liability if a Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 22 judgment is entered against the Town. The Town and individual defendants are represented by insurance counsel Pierce, Davis & Perritano, LLP. Discovery in the matter is ongoing. Paulini Loam, LLC v. Zoning Board of Appeals, Land Court Misc. Case No. 318083 KCL Zoning This is the first of three Paulini lawsuits, and it is has been stayed by the court pending the outcome of the third lawsuit, which will be described below. In December of 2005, the Zoning Board of Appeals denied Paulini Loam’s application for a special permit to construct a concrete batching plant at 597 Old Connecticut Path. At the time of the initial application, the property was zoned General Manufacturing. Paulini claimed that the concrete batching plant was allowed as of right under Section III.G.1.a of the Zoning Bylaw, which allows “manufacturing of any description utilizing processes free from neighborhood disturbing odors and/or other agencies” in the General Manufacturing district. The Building Commissioner ruled that the proposed use required a special permit under Section III.G.2 as a use “which would be offensive because of injurious or obnoxious noise, vibration, smoke, gas, fumes, odors, dust or other objectionable features….” Paulini filed this appeal seeking to overturn the ZBA’s denial of the special permit, and to obtain a declaration from the Court that the proposed plant did not require a special permit. There has been extensive discovery, including depositions, in this case, but it has been stayed by the Court for several years. Paulini Loam LLC v. Zoning Board of Appeals, Land Court Misc. Case No. 325212 KCL Zoning This is the second of three Paulini lawsuits and has also been stayed by the Land Court. In December of 2005, a Special Town Meeting approved two amendments to the Zoning By-law, one of which changed the zoning designation of the area, including 597 Old Connecticut Path, to Office Professional, such that the proposed use became prohibited and could not be authorized even through a special permit. The second amendment changed the procedures and thresholds for site plan review. Paulini filed this second lawsuit, this time naming the town as defendant, challenging the validity of the Zoning By-law amendments. In the meantime, Paulini filed a definitive subdivision plan for the Property, which was approved by the Planning Board, thereby freezing the zoning of the Property for 8 years from the date the subdivision plan was approved. As a result, the Property is still governed by the General Manufacturing zoning as it existed in 2005. We filed a motion for summary judgment on behalf of the Town in this case, arguing that the two amendments are valid as a matter of law. That motion is still pending at the Land Court. Following the filing of this motion the parties moved to continue the trial date in this case. This case remains pending but is dormant like the first Paulini Loam case. Paulini Loam, LLC v. Zoning Board of Appeals, Land Court Zoning This case represents the most recent appeal filed by Paulini Loam, LLC, appealing the Zoning Board’s 2009 decision to uphold the Building Commissioner’s denial of a building permit for the concrete manufacturing plant proposed to be located at 597 Old Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 23 Misc. Case No. 09 MISC 401214 KCL Connecticut Path. Paulini’s complaint includes two counts: the first is an appeal under G.L. c. 40A §17 of the Board’s decision, and the second is a request for a declaratory judgment that the proposed use of the site for a concrete manufacturing facility is allowed by right under the Zoning Bylaw. The Board filed a motion for summary judgment on the grounds that it is not disputed that the plans submitted to the Building Commissioner showed a structure, within the meaning of the Zoning Bylaw, within a required setback. The Land Court held a nine-day trial in this matter in October and December, 2013 and following the parties’ subsequent filing of post- trial briefs the Court held closing arguments on July 1, 2014. The Court issued a ruling awarding judgment to Paulini. The Town filed an appeal thereafter, and the case is currently before the Massachusetts Appeals Court. The Town filed its brief and appendix due on January 27, 2016 and is awaiting Paulini’s service of its appellee brief, which is presently due on March 31, 2016. Following receipt of the parties’ briefs the Appeals Court likely will schedule an oral argument for a date in 2016. SB General Contracting v. Town of Framingham I SB General Contracting v. Town of Framingham II Construction These two lawsuits involved the Town and SB General Contracting, Inc. (“SB”), the general contractor for the New York Avenue Utility Corridor Project (“Project”), a Town public works project that was performed primarily in 2010. The Project consisted of work on two streets, New York Avenue and California Avenue, and principally involved replacing existing sewer force mains with new larger diameter force mains. In March of 2011, SB filed a suit against the Town in Norfolk Superior Court, claiming the Town breached the Project agreement by failing to pay SB for certain work performed on the Project. SB alleged $341,021 in damages plus interest, which the Town disputed. The parties attempted to resolve the matter through voluntary mediation, but were unable to reach agreement primarily due to the assertion against the Town in April and May of 2012 of third party claims by two private property owners and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts alleging that asbestos- contaminated soils from the Project site were improperly disposed in a residential area in Milford, Massachusetts during the summer of 2010, with estimated clean-up costs in excess of $750,000. The property owners also claimed unspecified property damages, emotional distress and other damages. The Town filed suit against SB in July 2012 in Middlesex Superior Court for various claims pertaining to the asbestos dumping issue. The parties conducted pre-trial discovery and motion practice in that case, and obtained a court ruling that SB had a duty to defend the Town under the applicable defense and indemnity clause agreed to by SB in the contract documents. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 24 The Town and SB, along with other potentially responsible parties, also engaged in pre-suit negotiations under G.L. c. 21E, § 4A related to the Milford site. Following mediation in August 2013, the parties reached a resolution of both the 2011 and 2012 actions and agreed on a cost sharing arrangement for the remediation of the Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) soil pile, and involved the exchange of releases between and among all of the parties. The Town’s contributed $175,000 towards the total settlement of $975,000. This settlement was approved by the Special Town Meeting on October 16, 2013. The ACM soil pile was removed in 2014 by the asbestos contractor hired by the parties pursuant to the settlement agreement, and a certificate of compliance for the site was issued by MassDEP in September 2014. The Commonwealth has threatened to seek civil fines against the Town and the other parties for various statutory violations pertaining to the improper soil disposal. Negotiations with the Attorney General’s Office to try to resolve the alleged statutory violations without litigation are ongoing. If any fines are issued by the Commonwealth, the Town expects such fines to be minimal insofar as the parties cooperated and exercised good faith in coming to an agreement to clean up the ACM soil pile. If fines are issued, the settlement agreement provides that each party, including the Town, shall bear responsibility for paying its own fines. Talmo v. Zoning Board of Appeals Zoning/Land Use This case involves a request by Robert Talmo, owner of the property at 28 Nixon Road, for zoning enforcement with respect to the abutting property at 30 Nixon Road. Mr. Talmo alleges that a barn on the property at 30 Nixon Road, which is in a residential zoning district, is not in compliance with the Zoning Bylaw. This case was tried on December 7, 2015 before Judge Speicher of the Land Court. The Town recently filed a post-trial brief and request for findings and rulings and is awaiting a decision from the Court. Town of Framingham v. Berkeley Assurance Company Contract This matter involves the Town’s claims against its insurance carrier, Berkley Assurance Company (“Berkley”), and administrator, Verus Underwriting Managers, LLC (“Verus”), following the defendants’ denial of coverage for defense or indemnity for the above-referenced case of Fox v. Framingham. The denial of coverage is based on Berkley/Verus’s contention that the Town, through the school officials involved, was aware of circumstances that would give rise to a claim under the policy well before the July 1, 2013 inception date of the policy and failed to disclose the circumstances to Berkley prior to the inception date of the policy. The Town filed its Complaint in this matter on November 3, 2014 seeking declaratory judgment and violation of Chapter 93A/176D against Verus/Berkley. The defendants filed a counterclaim on December 8, 2014, which the Town has answered. The Town recently amended the complaint to add claims against Berkley for Berkley’s decision to not renew the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 25 Town’s policy, which the Town contends was in retaliation for the Town’s coverage suit. Discovery between the parties is ongoing and is expected to continue until the fall of 2016. Town of Framingham & Massachusetts Laborers’ District Council Labor This matter concerned a grievance arbitration over the November 2014 termination of a crossing guard for alleged misuse of sick leave. The Union filed a grievance and petitioned the Department of Labor Relations for arbitration. A one day arbitration hearing occurred in May 2015, and both parties submitted post-hearing briefs in July 2015. On October 2015, the arbitrator ruled that the Town did not have just cause to terminate but did have just cause to discipline the employee, and reduced the discipline to a 10 day suspension. The employee was then reinstated to Town employment with lost wages and benefits (minus the 10 day suspension). This matter is now closed. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 26 B. SPECIAL COUNSEL/INSURANCE DEFENSE COUNSEL CASES Below is a list of significant cases that presently are being handled by special counsel or insurance defense counsel. MATTER TYPE STATUS Dresser v. Town of Framingham Civil Rights This was an action for money damages for alleged violations of the plaintiff’s constitutional rights under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, the Massachusetts Civil Rights Act, and various state torts. MIIA retained Brody, Hardoon, Perkins and Kesten to represent the Town. The plaintiff alleged that he was falsely arrested, and that his arrest was effectuated with excessive force. The Town denied plaintiff’s claims and maintained that at the time of the underlying arrest, the plaintiff served as a counselor for an agency and had the care of three individuals with special needs. He was reported to the police for leaving such individuals in a van while he mowed the lawn at his home in 85-degree heat. Upon investigation by the police, including questioning of the plaintiff and reporting parties, the plaintiff was placed under arrest for neglect of a disabled person. This matter was settled in July 2015 and is now closed. Gagne v. Town of Framingham Discrimination This is a Superior Court action filed against the Town by a former employee in January, 2015 for alleged handicap discrimination under G.L. c. 151B. This matter originally was the subject of a Charge of Discrimination filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination MCAD against the Town by a former employee. MCAD dismissed the matter with prejudice after a request for withdrawal was filed by Gagne’s counsel shortly before the investigative conference. The plaintiff subsequently commenced this action in the Superior Court. The Town filed an answer on January 26, 2015. The Town is represented in this case by insurance defense counsel Morrison Mahoney LLP. Discovery is ongoing. Hache v. Town of Framingham Discrimination This matter concerned a Charge of Discrimination before the MCAD by a former employee of the Town. The claimant alleged that she was discriminated against on the basis of a disability in connection with a performance review in November 2012 and a related compensation decision. The Town denied the allegations and contended that the claimant’s performance review was properly based upon poor performance issues, including unproductive and disruptive conduct. This matter was defended by insurance defense counsel Morrison Mahoney LLP. This matter settled in May 2015 and is now closed. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 27 Smith v. Town of Framingham Discrimination This matter concerned a claim by an applicant for a position in the Callahan Senior Center that the Town discriminated against him on the basis of his age by failing to hire him for the position. The Town denied Mr. Smith’s claims, and contended that the reason he was not interviewed for the position is because he did not meet the job qualifications. Moreover, the Town offered the job to another member of the same protected class, demonstrating that the decision was not based on Mr. Smith’s age. The Town was defended in this matter by insurance defense counsel Litchfield Cavo, LLP. Shortly after the Town filed its position statement with MCAD, Mr. Smith voluntarily dismissed his complaint. This matter is now closed. Stamps v. Town of Framingham, et al. Civil Rights This case arises from the accidental shooting of Eurie Stamps on January 5, 2011 in connection with a Framingham Police Department SWAT Team raid, resulting in Mr. Stamps’ death. The Middlesex District Attorney conducted an investigation and determined that criminal charges would not issue against the officer who fired the weapon. On October 12, 2012, Mr. Stamps’ Estate filed an action against the Town and others in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts seeking claims for alleged civil rights violations and wrongful death. To date the Town has been defended in this case by MIIA, which has retained the firm of Brody, Hardoon, Perkins and Kesten to represent the Town in this matter. On July 1, 2014, the Town filed a motion for partial summary judgment seeking dismissal of all counts pending against the Town, with the exception of the Plaintiff’s claim under Count 9 for wrongful death under G.L. c. 258, § 2. The Court issued a decision dated December 26, 2014 allowing the Town’s motion with respect to all counts except those set forth under Counts 2 and 3 alleging Fourth Amendment violations based on the alleged use of excessive force. The Town appealed the Court’s ruling. The plaintiff cross-appealed the Court’s dismissal of the punitive damages claims against Officer Duncan. The 1st Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision on February 5, 2016 affirming the partial denial of the defendants’ motion for summary judgment. Discovery has resumed as to the remaining counts in the district court. It is possible that the trial may occur before the end of 2016. C. SCHOOL DEPARTMENT CASES (OF WHICH TOWN COUNSEL IS AWARE) Below is a summary of cases of which this office is aware involving the Framingham School Department. This office does not represent the School Department and provides these summaries for informational purposes based on information known to us. These cases are being handled by insurance counsel or counsel to the School Department. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 28 Cuddy v. Framingham Public Schools Discrimination This matter concerns a claim of discrimination by a School Department employee. This matter is being defended by insurance counsel assigned by AIG. Mediation is scheduled for April 2016. DeOliveira v. Framingham Public Schools Discrimination This matter concerns a claim by a former School Department employee of age discrimination. This matter is being defended by insurance defense counsel assigned by AIG. A settlement was recently reached and is in the process of being finalized. Haak v. Framingham Public Schools Discrimination This matter concerns a claim of discrimination by a School Department employee. This matter is being defended by insurance counsel assigned by AIG. Mediation is scheduled for April 2016. Saviatto v. Framingham Public Schools et al Discrimination This matter concerns a claim by a former School Department employee who alleges she was wrongfully terminated and discriminated against on the basis of her national origin and race. The School Department denies the plaintiff’s claims. The School Department is being defended in this matter by School Labor Counsel, Morgan, Brown & Joy. Discovery is ongoing. III. Budgetary Overview As in past years, I would like to conclude this report with a brief discussion of budgeting and legal expenses. In 2015 this office continued its positive track record of procuring new revenue for the General Fund or helping to avoid the imposition of additional costs to the Town. The services provided by the Office of the Town Counsel have resulted in monetary benefits to the Town that has resulted in direct revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses nearly two times greater than the Town’s FY 2016 appropriation of $725,000. Below is a chart summarizing the revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses achieved in FY 2015 by the efforts of the Office of Town Counsel working with other departments, boards or commissions, or through the substantial assistance of this office. A. FY 2015 Revenue, Mitigation and Avoided Expenses Matter: Description: Payments Received from Ashland for sewage transport in FY 2015 $816,083.35 (Revenue) Payments received in FY2015 for sewage transport under the February 13, 2004 Decision issued by the Department of Telecommunications and Energy, and pursuant to the January 1, 2007 IMA between Ashland and Framingham. This represents more than a 100-fold increase over what Framingham received from 1964-2003 under the 1963 Intermunicipal Agreement with Ashland ($5500 per year). Through FY 2015 the Town has received over $8 million dollars in payments from Ashland ($8,427,370.19) under the successful 2004 Decision and the 2007 IMA that resulted. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 29 Pelham Apartments and Framingham Housing Authority Trash Collection $300,000 (Avoided Expense) By virtue of a prior year’s favorable summary judgment ruling achieved in the Pelham litigation, the Town was able to cease trash collection at the 550 units at the Pelham Apartments, which results in avoided expenses estimated at more than $100,000 per year. By virtue of the Pelham ruling, the Town also was able to cease trash collection at approximately 1,000 units owned by the Framingham Housing Authority, thus realizing savings of approximately an additional estimated $200,000 per year. These savings amount to approximately $300,000 per year on an annual recurring basis without adjusting for inflation. Calvao, et al. v. Town of Framingham $150,000 (Avoided Expense) As a result of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit’s March 17, 2010 decision affirming the District Court’s decision allowing the Town’s Motion for Summary Judgment with respect to the Town’s establishment of a 24-day work period under 29 U.S.C. 207(k), the Town has avoided liability to date for approximately $1,500,000 in damages, in view of the federal law that often allows for double damages and attorney’s fees to be assessed against parties found to have violated the Fair Labor Standards Act. Additionally, the Town has to date avoided the need to pay FLSA overtime to officers who work more than 40 hours per week (CBA overtime is paid), thus saving the Town approximately $150,000 per year on an annual basis. O’Loughlin v. Framingham $36,561.74 (Revenue) Through extensive research we were able to locate a relevant insurance policy from 1982 and through negotiations with the insurer we were able to obtain reimbursement of legal fees paid to special counsel of over $36,000, with substantial future legal fees and potential indemnity expenses avoided in future. TOTAL FY 2015 $1,302,645.09 While we cannot promise that the revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses achieved in FY 2015 will continue at the same level in the future, we will continue to exercise creativity, diligence, and our best legal skill to address the litigation that does arise as we advocate on behalf of the best interests of the Board of Selectmen and the taxpayers of the Town. CONCLUSION In closing, the attorneys and staff at Petrini & Associates, P.C. wish to thank the Board of Selectmen and the residents of the Town for the opportunity to serve as your Town Counsel. Christopher J. Petrini Petrini & Associates, P.C. Town Counsel March 23, 2016 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 30 HUMAN RESOURCES Memorial Building, Room B7 | 508-532-5490 | human.resources@framinghamma.gov The Human Resources Division consists of the Department of Human Resources and the Department of Veterans Services. Human Resources The Human Resources Department has multiple responsibilities. The division oversees the recruitment and hiring process of new employees for all Town positions in accordance with the established Town policies and procedures, as well as new employee orientation. In addition, the department maintains the Town’s job analysis and compensation plans, drafts, revises and interprets the Town’s personnel policies and procedures; plays a key role in negotiating and interpreting all collective bargaining agreements; fosters harmonious, productive labor and employee relations; performs cost and staffing analysis; assists in employee development and training; maintains and analyzes employee benefit packages; and oversees employee recognition programs. Additionally, the department administers the Town’s benefits and workers’ compensation, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leaves of absence and unemployment insurance programs. Judy Caron is a Human Resources Generalist/Analyst. She manages the employment and recruitment process, including advertising, reviewing employment applications, interviewing candidates, facilitating and conducting pre-employment background checks. She coordinates the Department of Transportation, Commercial Drivers’ License random drug and alcohol testing program. Judy administers the Town Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) policy and ensures legal compliance with the Federal FMLA law. Judy is also involved with employee counseling and exit interviews. Robin Tusino is the Benefits Manager. She is responsible for administering all employee benefits including, health, dental, life and disability insurance programs for the Town, the Schools and the retirees. She is responsible for new employee benefits orientations and coordinates open enrollment periods. She processes payments of all insurance related accounts. She also processes claims for death and disability. Robin works closely with all active, former and retired Town and School employees. Jane Desilets is the Benefits Assistant. She assists with day to day benefit administration, conducts new employee orientation, assists with enrollment and disenrollment of employee benefits. Jane is also responsible for the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act or COBRA for Town and School employees. Richard Lamb is a Human Resources Generalist and specializes in workers’ compensation. He oversees the and workers’ compensation program for Town and School Department employees, including reviewing accidents, coordinating medical claims, lost work time, light duty and return to work programs. Richard also runs the Safety Committee for both the Town and the School Department. Susan Embree is the Administrative Assistant. She provides administrative support to the division, coordinates monthly meetings with benefit vendors, and administers the town Sick Bank. She also plans and coordinates special projects such as employee training and development programs, Employee Appreciation Events, and other special events. The department is committed to developing a highly efficient, diverse, and well trained Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 31 workforce that serves our employees, retirees and citizens in a courteous, respectful and professional manner. Respectfully submitted, Dolores Hamilton, Director of Human Resources Personnel Board The Personnel Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Town Manager and the Human Resources Director, who has jurisdiction over personnel functions. This 5 member Board is appointed by the Town Moderator. Personnel Board members must be Framingham residents, serve for 3 year terms and may not hold other Town offices. VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES Memorial Building, Room B11 | 508-532-5515 |508-532-5497 (fax) veterans@framinghamma.gov The mission of the Department is to aid, assist, advise and advocate for veterans and their dependents regarding their rights to benefits and services under local, state and federal laws. Veterans’ Services provided Town and State Chapter 115 benefits for an average caseload of 65 veterans and or widows. In preparation for Memorial Day, 4,500 flags were placed on the graves of veterans in Framingham’s seven cemeteries. Special thanks to all of enthusiastic volunteers from all over MetroWest area who help accomplish this. Memorial Day Ceremonies featured the singing of the National Anthem by Isabella Petroni followed by Congresswoman Elizabeth Clark presenting the Bronze Star and POW Medals to Carolyn Sullivan, surviving spouse of Bernard Sullivan a WWII paratrooper. In addition, two Commonwealth Medals of Liberty were also presented by Congresswoman Clark to the families of Framingham residents killed in combat. Medals were presented to family members on behalf of Francis Moran and Wilfred Mitchell both USAAF, WWII. Featured Speakers were the Captains Douglas and Alissa Morrison. Douglas is a Framingham native and Framingham High School graduate. He has two tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan. His wife, Alissa, has one Afghan tour and one Middle East Tour. Both Captains are currently serving at the USMA at West Point. Veterans Day program began with a parade led by the FPD’s Honor Guard and Bag Piper, Sgt. Esposito followed by Veterans, Scouts and assistance dogs to the Cushing Memorial for a wreath laying by Assistant Veterans Service Officer Mathew Demar and Police Officer Jose Cosme, FPD. Officer Cosme was the featured speaker at the Cushing Chapel; he is a Framingham native son and a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is also currently serving in the MA National Guard as a Staff Sergeant. The Walsh, Cameron and Fuller Middle Schools all held Veterans Day programs. Thanks to all the schools for their kind invitations and programs. A Town-sponsored Veterans Council, with Eric Finn serving as chairman, has increased its membership to seven. Respectfully Submitted, Peter R. Harvell Veterans’ Services Officer Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 32 Memorial Building, Room B25 | 508-532-5829 | technology.services@framinghamma.gov The Technology Services Division is committed to providing the highest level of service possible while being fiscally responsible. Goals focus on maintaining a stable, up-to-date network and end-user environment that enables and enhances user productivity. Additionally, we look to leverage technology wherever possible to streamline and automate processes. Applications Services Scott LeLievre, Manager Top Accomplishments for 2015 Application Services is responsible for the ongoing support of the Town’s financial management systems for both School and Town supporting over 300 users. Munis  With the help of Tyler Technology - developed new Purchase Order forms for the School and Town to enable email, print and archiving of Purchase Orders.  Continued implementation and training in Applicant Tracking. Coordinated roles and workflow, implemented automated email process for interested applicants.  Upgraded to new major revision 10.5.  50% of employees receiving electronic Direct Deposit notices, reducing paper and printing costs.  Prepared and processed all Year End functions including W2’s and 1099’s including implementing new federally required ACA reporting. Database Services Alan Holt, Manager Top Accomplishments for 2015 Permits and Licenses Technology Services implements and maintains the Town-wide permitting and inspection system, Accela Automation.  Over 14,000 new permits were issued in 2015 along with over 6,000 renewals of cyclical permits and certificates using the Town’s enterprise permitting system Accela Automation. The system is used by the Building Department, Fire, Planning, Board of Health, Conservation, Zoning, Police, Board of Selectmen, and Public Works.  Over 275,000 permits are stored in the system and available to the public through the Town’s website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The most commonly issued permit is the Carly Premo Melo, Director Scott LeLievre, Applications Manager Alan D. Holt, Manager of Database Services Jennifer Nall, Administrative Assistant James V. Schiavone, Manager of Network Services John Cox, Network Technician Justine Diatelevi, Manager of Voice and Office Services Stephen Bedard, Helpdesk Technician Charles J. Duross, Public Safety Systems Administrator Nichol Figueiredo, Public Information Officer and Webmaster FY15 Operating Budget: $1,416,596 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 33 TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Certificate of Compliance for Carbon Monoxide and Fire Alarm which is often required during real estate sales.  Over 180 different types of permits, licenses, and certificates are tracked in the system. Records are maintained by 12 different departments. The system interfaces with the Town GIS, Assessor records, State licensing authorities, the Town’s document management system, and DigSafe.  New permit types were created to track Body Piercing and Body Work for the Board of Health, Antennas, Solar Installations, Solid Fuel Burning Appliances for the Building Department, and Facilities Rentals.  New Code Enforcement Case Management types were created for Fire Prevention and Board of Health housing and food complaints. Other Projects and Activities  Work continues on converting paper archives to digital storage and replacing paper processes with electronic file routing. The Town’s Electronic Document Management System, Laserfiche, contains 1-1/2 Terabytes of files. These files include financial records, property information, vital records, plans, permits, meeting minutes, election results, and annual reports – including this one! Many of these documents are accessible to the public from the Town’s online archive. If all of the files stored in Laserfiche were printed on letter sized paper, the stack would reach over 11,000 feet high!  New projects were started to promote online public access to operating data collected by the Town. The Town is working with Questica Software to make budget data available; ClearGov to present high-level views of revenue, expense and budget data with the ability to compare Framingham operations to other communities; and Socrata to present not only financial data but also metrics for services like permitting & certification, requests for service, Public Safety calls, and inspection activity. Public Safety Charles Duross, Systems Administrator Public Safety is responsible for supporting key information technology applications and related technologies utilized by the Police and Fire Departments and ensuring that critical public safety systems function efficiently and effectively on a 24/7 basis. 2015 Accomplishments  Fire Department apparatus mobile data terminals were replaced with new Panasonic Toughbook laptops. The new laptops utilize solid state drives and 4G LTE network connectivity to greatly improve performance.  Firehouse, the Fire Departments records management solution was upgraded and migrated to a new database server. This new version is web enabled, allowing the devices in the field to access Firehouse data.  Three new Microsoft SharePoint solutions were deployed. The solutions include BrightWorks, a project management solution; SmartCity, an intranet solution and SmartForce, an intranet solution tailored to law enforcement. Another solution for the fire service, SmartFire, is in development.  IAPro, a professional standards software application was deployed for the police department.  Work began on a project to improve information sharing with the Commonwealth Fusion Center. This project will send data directly from the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 34 department’s records management system to CopLink. CopLink is a law enforcement database for information gathering, sharing and analysis. Network Services James V. Schiavone, Manager John Cox, Network Technician Network Services plans, configures and maintains all Town of Framingham network hardware along with the institutional network that connects all town buildings. Key accomplishments this year included: Fiber Optic Infrastructure Technology Services continues to add to the existing town owned fiber optic plant. This year we ran fiber down Edmunds Road to provide service to the Doeskin and Beebe water tanks. This will provide SCADA connectivity and security camera support. We also ran a section of fiber from the Goodnow Lane water pump station to the water tank located on Goodnow Lane. We completed the fiber on Water Street to allow us to complete the ring providing us with a redundant loop of fiber. Data Center upgrades Working with Facilities Management the upgrade of the Memorial Building’s generator was completed allowing us to install a new whole room UPS along with an AC unit. This provides complete power and cooling protection for the Town of Framingham’s main data center. We also installed two Cisco UCS chassis migrate from our aging virtual environment. Public Wireless We installed additional access points in the Memorial Building to provide extended coverage of free public WIFI. In addition we are also providing WIFI in the center common and service at the MBTA train platform. Email upgrade We completed an upgrade to Microsoft Exchange 2016 running on a virtual server in conjunction with starting a desktop roll-out of Microsoft Office 2016. Statistics Email Statistics: Inbound Total 2,455,073 Blocked 1,429,970 Allowed 1,025,103 Outbound Total Sent 555600 Blocked 161417 Sent 394183 Encrypted 2037 Network Statistics: IP Cameras -185; 18 new in 2015 Up Time: Critical servers requiring 24X7 up time 99.999%; only unavailable during maintenance windows Non-Critical servers 9x5 uptime 99.999% only unavailable during maintenance windows Fiber - Overall availability 99.999%. User Services Stephen Bedard, Helpdesk Technician User Services is responsible for technology support services to Town Departments, including Help Desk support, set-up and training, email, Internet, hardware and software support, inventory maintenance, policy and licensed software audits. User Services is also responsible for PC, printer and software upgrades and maintenance, Town Meeting equipment and presentation assistance to Town administration, departmental staff, boards Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 35 and committees. In 2015, User Services supported 479 PCs and 226 laptops with 578 users 83 of those are new. The Technology Services Help Desk answered 1771 Help Desk calls, of which over half were resolved on the same day. In addition, 59 PCs were configured and installed as well as 55 new laptops/Toughbooks/Tablets. We have started to deploy Windows 10 on Microsoft Surface tablets and Dell Venue laptops. We have also started deploying Microsoft Office 2016. Voice and Office Services Justine Diatelevi, Manager This position is responsible for preparation of the department’s program- based budget, town-wide technology acquisitions including contract administration and overall operations management, policies and procedures. The Voice and Office Services position is also responsible for posting Town Meeting Minutes. One of the principal roles of this position is the support and administration of the Cisco Voice over IP phone and voicemail systems. This position is also a support backup to the Webmaster. Public Information Officer /Webmaster Nichol Figueiredo The Public Information Officer/Webmaster works directly with the Town Manager and the Technology Services Department on all strategic communication initiatives for the Town, including collaboration with key Division Heads and community stakeholders. The Public Information Officer/Webmaster directs the implementation of an integrated communications strategy for the Town incorporating website development, podcasts, media broadcasts, written materials, social media trends and other applications. 2015 Accomplishments  Establishing a direct method of community engagement through social media. o Town of Framingham Facebook page currently has 1,892 “likes”. o Town of Framingham Twitter page currently has 2,150 followers. In addition to the Town’s social media accounts, Nichol also assists with the task of administering ten (10) social media accounts for departments.  Website Statistical Data o 579.6k site visits o 369.5k unique visits o 1.6 million actions/page visits Administrative Assistant Jennifer Nall Jenn is instrumental in streamlining the onboarding process of new equipment ordered by all Town departments. She has also been key in improving the processes associated with obsolete and retired equipment, including the automated shredding of hard drives. In closing, I express my sincere gratitude to a wonderful staff that made this another year of great accomplishments. Their technical expertise, ability to work as a cohesive team and commitment to implementing and supporting new technology continues to allow Framingham to remain on the forefront of technology. Respectfully submitted, Director, Technology Services Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 36 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Memorial Building, Room 133| 508-532-5485 | building.services@framinghamma.gov The Department of Facilities Management formerly known as Building Services is responsible for the maintenance and day- to-day operations for multiple public facilities and parking lots owned by the Town of Framingham. The department oversees and maintains twelve Town- Owned Buildings, the Waverly Street and Hollis Court commuter parking lots, Pearl Street Garage, both Centre & Downtown Commons and parking meters located throughout the downtown area. The Department consists of twelve full-time employees with an operating budget of $2.1 million. The Department of Facilities Management and Capital Building Projects Department have continued to work as a combined unit to strive and follow a more strategic, effective and fiscally prudent operation. 2015 brought to the conclusion of a very complex ESCO project. This project addressed many of the infrastructure needs throughout our Town Owned Buildings and will further implement extensive energy control measures. In addition to the ESCO, the Facilities Management Department has made great efforts to continue improving the commitment of energy reduction. We will use the Green communities Grant funding to apply for future energy conservation management projects and would like to continue in accomplishing more in house projects with the acquisition of our new trade’s employees. I would like to thank all of the Town of Framingham officials and departments that we have worked with over the course of this past year. We appreciate your cooperation and guidance you have provided to the Department of Facilities Management. Finally and most importantly, I would like to acknowledge and thank my staff for their dedication, hard work and continued support during this past year. Their individual and combined efforts have helped create the quality of service for the Department of Facilities Management. Respectfully submitted, James J. Paolini, Director of Capital Projects & Facilities Management CAPITAL BUILDING PROJECTS Memorial Building, Room B14| 508-532-5485 | jjp@framinghamma.gov In this past fiscal year, the Capital Building Projects Department has completed the first large scale of the energy conservation project known as the Esco project. The Esco project contained multiple projects varying from insulation to major mechanical infrastructure. In addition to the mechanical project, the town has converted all buildings within the Esco project to LED lighting along with nearly 5,000 streetlights. The Capital Building Projects Department continues to work in a joint effort with the Facilities Management Department in the implementation of the 20 year long range plans. The department has continued to move forward with the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 37 Town of Framingham’s goal for the Green Communities initiatives and has applied for the next available round of Green Communities grant funding. The town has designated the use of the next round of grant funding to be used towards the mechanical infrastructure at the Callahan Senior Center and Police Headquarters. These projects are to begin in FY17 and will include the replacement of all 7 roof top HVAC units at the Callahan Senior Center, a new roof top HVAC unit and chiller at the Police Headquarters. The Capital Building Projects and Facilities Management Department continues to work as a cohesive unit to provide essential fundamental building practices for current and future projects in the Town of Framingham. These projects will continue in assisting the Town of Framingham’s commitment to reduce our carbon foot print. At the start of last fiscal year, the Department of Capital Building Projects administered in awarding the contract for the construction of the New McAuliffe Library. This aeronautically-themed new building will carry on the legacy of Christa McAuliffe for future generations and was completed in February of 2016. In addition to the Library opening, the town has moved into completing the final construction drawings for the Athenaeum Hall in the Historic Saxonville Village. The Friends of Saxonville have been the driving force for the halls preservation and with the completion of these plans; the design committee’s goal is to have the hall’s restoration ready to pursue an appropriation of the construction phase in the near future. In closing, the Capital Building Projects Department will continue the methodical approach and preparation for all future projects. Respectfully submitted, James J. Paolini, Director of Capital Projects & Facilities Management MEDIA SERVICES Memorial Building, Room B15| 508-532-5517 |government.channel@framinghamma.gov The mission of The Government Channel is to serve the community as a valued resource by providing timely news and events to inform Framingham residents on town programs and services. We do this by producing video coverage of public meetings, development of original series, and displaying important town announcements on our municipal electronic bulletin board. The Government Channel is dedicated to programming which supports the goals and objectives of the various town departments, also to make the proceedings of local government more accessible to the public. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 38 Some of the outreach, engagement activities, and production support that The Government Channel has participated in 2015 include the Memorial and Veterans Day observance ceremonies, Central Business District Zoning presentations, Public Library Lectures, DPW neighborhood meetings, Team Framingham Marathon programming, Park and Recreation updates, Callahan Senior Center lectures, General Chemical site cleanup meetings, September 11th observance ceremony, dignitary visits, Town Meeting Orientations and Warrant reviews, Public Transportation Information, Annual Holiday Tree Lighting, US Navy Holiday Season Concert, and Live Election Night analysis and results. The Government Channel also has ongoing commitments to coverage of the Board of Selectmen’s Meetings, Planning Board, Town Meeting and Zoning Board of Appeals. Monthly coverage of the Framingham Disability Commission and special coverage of Board of Health are also an important component of the channel line up that gives residences instant access to Framingham government both on their cable system and via the internet The Government Channel can be viewed on Comcast channel 99, RCN channel 13/HD 613, and Verizon channel 42. Programming schedules are available on the town’s website, by accessing The Government Channel portion of the department directory or at: www.framinghamtv.com During this year we launched a high definition channel on RCN 613. RCN customers can now view our programming in the high quality format which it is transmitted and recorded. The Town of Framingham is working with the cable advisory committee and our franchise holders to make available high definition channels to customers of Comcast and Verizon. The Media Services department has also completed a capital project to install HD cameras in Nevins Hall. This allows us to record town meeting, public hearings and performances with high resolution video in this town hall meeting space. The Government Channel through its programming is compiling complete and accurate public records for the Town of Framingham. These video recordings provide an enhanced ability to assess the accuracy of official print records of meeting minutes. All programming is available to the public upon request; all of our programming is also available via streaming video on demand for Internet viewing. Respectfully submitted, Ron J. Rego Director of Media Services Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 39 LICENSING Memorial Building, Room 121| 508-532-5402 |licenses.permits@framinghamma.gov With the Board of Selectmen and/or the Town Manager’s approval, the Licensing Office issued the following categories of licenses and permits: Liquor License for Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs and Retail Package Stores – 85 Malt and Wine Farmer Brewery License -1 Farmer Winery License - 0 One-day Liquor License for events held at the various function halls throughout town – 55 Common Victualer Restaurant License – 150 Innholder’s License - 7 Lodging House License - 12 Carnival License - 4 Class I, II, III Auto Dealers License. New/Used/Junk Car Dealers Class I – 6 Class II – 37 Class III - 3 Junk/Old Metals/Second Hand License – 14 Entertainment License (Yearly) – 33 Entertainment License (One-day) – 15 Sunday Entertainment License – 16 Coin-Operated Machine License – 10 Pool Table License - 2 Auctioneer’s License – 2 Hawker’s and Peddler’s License – 17 Taxi Cab Company Permit – 2 Taxi Cab License - 41 Livery License – 4 Maryellen Rupp, Licensing Administrator Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Government 40 FINANCE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER | TOWN ACCOUNTANT | TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR BOARD OF ASSESSORS | PURCHASING | RETIREMENT SYSTEM CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER Memorial Building, Room 127 | 508-532-5425 | office.cfo@framinghamma.gov The Office of the Chief Financial Officer has both financial and policy duties. It is staffed by the Chief Financial Officer, Assistant Chief Financial Officer and the Financial Analyst. The Office administers Town finances with the assistance of three departments that have direct responsibility for financial management of Town government: the Assessing Department is responsible for the valuation of real and personal property and the assessment of taxes against these parcels and accounts. The Office of the Treasurer/Collector is responsible for the collection of all town revenues, the investment of all revenues, and the management of the Town’s debt. The Accounting Department maintains the Town’s accounting records, generates financial management information, processes Town-wide employee payroll, directs all audit activity and reviews compliance with internal controls. The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is directly responsible for the development and management of the annual operating and capital budgets. The CFO is also required to file a long term forecast for strategic planning of the Town’s financial position. Calendar year 2014 saw the beginning of a three year budget model FY15-17. This model will accomplish a number of Town-wide policy and financial goals: set the levy increase at 1.25%, half the allowable increase; moderate residential tax bills, maintain the residential/ commercial tax burden shares at 60/40%; fund our most important spending priorities; prepare for a major School building investment; and make this plan sustainable. The FY16 budget, passed in May of 2015 accomplished year two of this plan. The Town continued advancements in both the pension and OPEB unfunded liabilities. State Chapter 70 aid continues to underfund the basic education budget, but the Town continues to invest in Framingham Schools, including $1.5 million for district improvements. The Long Range Forecast indicates that expenditure growth still exceeds revenue growth, but the trend is slowing due to cost containment efforts. The Town must still live within its means. Health insurance has been transferred to the state Group Insurance commission, saving an estimated $18 million over three years. This also reduced the OPEB liability by $16 million. The CFO’s Office is committed to responsible financial management which is critical to the forward progress of the Town. The Finance Division has published and presented financial information in more flexible decision-making formats and posted these reports on the Town website. The CFO’s office has completed the implementation of a more interactive and dynamic financial software module for the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 41 capital budget - Questica Budget. The FY17 budget will be developed using this software. The CFO would like to thank the Assistant CFO, Jennifer Pratt; Richard G. Howarth, Jr. and his staff in the Accounting Department, William Naser and his staff in the Assessing Office, Carolyn Lyons and her staff in the Office of the Treasurer/Collector, Amy Putney in the Purchasing Department, and Margaret Ottaviani our financial analyst. These are dedicated financial professionals who provide excellent stewardship over the people’s money. TOWN ACCOUNTANT Memorial Building, Room 205| 508-532-5410 |town.accountant@framinghamma.gov The Office of the Town Accountant is responsible for insuring that all expenditures of the Town conform to the requirements of Massachusetts General Laws, Town Meeting appropriations and grantors, and do not exceed Town Meeting appropriations or grant authorizations. The Office also accounts for all financial transactions of the Town – receipts, expenditures and payroll – in conformance with generally accepted accounting principles and the Uniform Municipal Accounting System promulgated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Department of Revenue. It then makes this accounting information available to (1) the Town’s municipal program managers to facilitate their management of program budgets, (2) independent auditors who must opine on the financial condition of the Town; (3) state and federal agencies for use in generating financial information for program and policy development, and, (4) credit rating agencies for their use in assessing the Town’s fiscal stability and creditworthiness and Residents. The June 30, 2015 (FY15) balance sheet was submitted to the DOR on October 26, 2015, for certification of available funds. On November 12, 2015 the DOR certified the following amounts as available for appropriation: General Fund Free Cash: $11,465,022, Sewer Enterprise Fund Retained Earnings: $2,579,978, Water Enterprise Fund Retained Earnings $3,118,850. These available funds represent unrestricted surpluses that are available for appropriation by Town Meeting. They are generated from positive operating results in relation to the budget; that is, they are derived from annual receipts in excess of budget estimates and expenditures less than the appropriations authorized by Town Meeting. For Fiscal Year 2015, the Department processed over 13,350 purchase orders, reviewed over 45,225 invoices and issued over 21,500 accounts payable checks. The top ten vendors paid during Fiscal 2015 are as follows: US Bank $77,781,720 Group Insurance Comm 33,362,031 Framingham Retirement 11,936,192 Keefe Technical School 9,174,857 J H Lynch & Sons 6,828,027 Blue Cross/Blue Shield 5,387,964 Durham School Services LP 5,036,897 Accept Ed Collaborative 4,005,216 Mass Water Pollution Abt 2,904,040 Defelice Corp 2,158,724 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 42 I would like to thank all the departments who have assisted us during the past year. I would like to recognize the invaluable efforts of the members of the staff, Assistant Town Accountant Nancy Lomas, Payroll Administrator Dawn Divito, Nicole Towle, Kim Saucier, Kelly Lanefski, and Janine Ablondi. I want to specifically thank Louisa Caswell for her 20 years of service to the Town. I would like to especially thank CFO Mary Ellen Kelley, Assistant CFO Jennifer Pratt, Treasurer Carolyn Lyons, Chief Assessor William Naser, Technology Services Director Carly Premo Melo and their staffs for their guidance and assistance during the past year. Your obedient servant Richard G. Howarth, Jr. Town Accountant Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 43 Town of Framingham Combined Balance Sheet Fund Basis Statement for Free Cash Certification As of June 30, 2015 Unaudited Special Capital Enterprise Enterprise Health Ins Trusts and Total Assets General Revenue Projects Capital Project Funds Trust Fund Agency (Memo) Cash & Investments Cash 43,850,427$ 8,700,291$ 2,239,625$ 9,930,360$ 9,002,522$ 4,786,329$ 24,699,191$ 103,208,745$ Investments - - - - - 2,082,427 2,082,427 Security Bonds - - - - - - 1,692,517 1,692,517 Total Cash & Investments 43,850,427 8,700,291 2,239,625 9,930,360 9,002,522 4,786,329 28,474,135 106,983,689 Receivables Taxes Real Estate 2,624,372 - - - - - 2,624,372 Personal Property 1,088,273 - - - - - 1,088,273 Motor Vehicle Excise 2,753,222 - - - - - 2,753,222 Deffered Property Taxes and Tax Foreclosures 584,291 - - - - - 584,291 Utility Liens Added to Taxes - - - - 118,472 - - 118,472 Tax Liens and Charges Added to Taxes 2,109,899 - - - 91,408 - - 2,201,307 Total Taxes 9,160,057 - - - 209,880 - - 9,369,937 Other Receivables Sewer Usage Receivable - - - 4,063,999 - - 4,063,999 Water Usage Receivables - - - 3,050,255 - - 3,050,255 Apportioned Assessments added to taxes - - - 4,461 - - - 4,461 Apportioned Assessments not yet due - - - 774,435 - - - 774,435 Departmental Receivables 131,842 348,683 - - 88,484 421,095 990,104 Intergovernmental Receivables - 3,710,014 3,420,156 297,239 - - - 7,427,409 Total Other Receivables 131,842 4,058,697 3,420,156 1,076,135 7,114,254 88,484 421,095 16,310,663 Total Receivables 9,291,899 4,058,697 3,420,156 1,076,135 7,324,134 88,484 421,095 25,680,600 Other Assets Tax Foreclosures 569,909 - - - - - - 569,909 Due from other Funds 73,345 73,345 Other Assets -- Inventories 72,980 - - - - - - 72,980 Total Other Assets 716,234 - - - - - - 716,234 Amts to be provided for bonds - - 53,630,063 125,598,408 - - - 179,228,471 Total Assets 53,858,560$ 12,758,988$ 59,289,844$ 136,604,903$ 16,326,656$ 4,874,813$ 28,895,230$ 312,608,994$ Liabilities, Reserves, and Fund Balances Liabilities Accounts Payable Security Deposits 14,624,032$ 2,391,336$ 3,508,336$ 2,240,300$ 739,890$ 66,511$ 6,379,570$ 29,949,975$ Incurred But Not Reported Liability - - - - - 3,667,243 - 3,667,243 BAN Payable - - 12,715,309 27,841,573 - - - 40,556,882 Due to Other Funds 73,345 - - - 73,345 Loans Authorized - - 31,506,177 132,690,713 - - - 164,196,890 Loans Authorized and Unissued - - (31,506,177) (132,690,713) - - - (164,196,890) Bonds Payable - - 53,630,063 125,598,408 - 179,228,471 Total Liabilities 14,624,032 2,464,681 69,853,708 155,680,281 739,890 3,733,754 6,379,570 253,475,916 Reserves For Uncollectable Receivables 6,940,378 348,683 2,651,119 778,896 7,323,620 88,484 56 18,131,236 For Abatements and Exemptions 2,211,771 - - - - - - 2,211,771 Total Reserves 9,152,149 348,683 2,651,119 778,896 7,323,620 88,484 56 20,343,007 Fund Balances Reserved for Encumberances 8,007,348 - - 300,000 532,984 - 59,554 8,899,886 Reserved for Petty Cash 550 550 Reserved for Inventory 72,980 72,980 Reserved for Expenditure 4,949,739 55,000 - - - 7,500 5,012,239 Reserve for Premium on Issuance of Debt Excluded BANs 53,551 53,551 Undesignated 16,998,211 9,890,624 (13,214,983) (20,154,274) 7,730,162 1,052,575 22,448,550 24,750,865 ` Total Fund Balances 30,082,379 9,945,624 (13,214,983) (19,854,274) 8,263,146 1,052,575 22,515,604 38,790,071 Total Liabilies, Reserves and Fund Balances 53,858,560$ 12,758,988$ 59,289,844$ 136,604,903$ 16,326,656$ 4,874,813$ 28,895,230$ 312,608,994 44 Town of Framingham Combined Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance All Governmental Fund Types and Expendable Trust Funds For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Unaudited Special Capital EnterpriseCapital Enterprise Health Ins Total General Revenue Projects Projects Funds Trust Fund Trusts (Memo) Revenues Property taxes 171,378,324$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 171,378,324.00$ Excise 10,571,682 - - - - - - 10,571,682 Penalties, interest and other taxes 1,547,387 - - 1,128 - - - 1,548,515 Intergovernmental 48,715,313 15,870,398 4,182,524 866,247 94,523 - - 69,729,005 Fees 587,074 1,971,346 - 142,818 - - 2,831,020 5,532,258 Licenses & Permits 3,256,641 83,327 - - - - - 3,339,968 Charges for services 1,846,231 353,124 - - 41,128,325 - - 43,327,680 Investment Earnings 885,147 1,025 - 235 1,060,133 65,737 409,200 2,421,477 Fines and forfeitures 488,443 4,350 - - - - - 492,793 Miscellaneous 1,720,238 27,054 - - 106,377 - 9,741 1,863,410 Contributions 61,500 4,545,192 - - 22,296 3,276,446 943,848 8,849,282 Total Revenue 241,057,980 22,855,816 4,182,524 1,010,428 42,411,654 3,342,183 4,193,809 319,054,394 Expenditures General Government 9,086,631 1,497,949 1,429,873 - - - 288,369 12,302,822 Public Safety 27,208,888 931,410 249,348 - - - 2,831,804 31,221,450 Education 118,915,246 15,778,061 3,234,304 - - - 442,305 138,369,916 Public Works 15,075,222 1,200,347 11,624,445 15,453,384 39,676,677 - 623,098 83,653,173 Human Services 1,769,206 196,850 105,262 - - - - 2,071,318 Culture and Recreation 5,903,600 577,687 4,312,296 27,193 - - 42,699 10,863,475 Miscellaneous 42,066,907 - - - - 3,057,414 - 45,124,321 Debt Service 12,015,038 - - - - - - 12,015,038 Intergovernmental 6,269,455 - - - - - - 6,269,455 Total Expenditures 238,310,193 20,182,304 20,955,528 15,480,577 39,676,677 3,057,414 4,228,275 341,890,968 Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenditures 2,747,787 2,673,512 (16,773,004) (14,470,149) 2,734,977 284,769 (34,466) (22,836,574) Other Financing Sources (Uses) Proceeds of Bonds 5,965,757 - 7,270,120 21,839,578 - - - 35,075,455 Proceeds of Principal Paydowns 120,384 198,850 - 319,234 Operating transfers in 2,994,760 100 354,812 - 175,048 - 3,837,446 7,362,166 Other Financing Source and Uses - - - 389,037 389,037 Operating transfers out (3,837,446) (106,270) (79,812) (175,048) (2,888,490) - (275,100) (7,362,166) Total other financing sources (uses)5,123,071 (106,170) 7,665,504 21,863,380 (2,713,442) - 3,951,383 35,783,726 Excess of Revenues and other sources over (under) expenditures and other uses 7,870,858 2,567,342 (9,107,500) 7,393,231 21,535 284,769 3,916,917 12,947,152 Fund Balance, June 30, 2014 22,211,522 7,378,282 (4,107,483) (27,247,504) 8,241,611 767,806 18,598,686 25,842,919 Fund Balance, June 30, 2015 30,082,379$ 9,945,624$ (13,214,983)$ (19,854,274)$ 8,263,146$ 1,052,575$ 22,515,604$ 38,790,071$ Fund Basis Statement for Free Cash Certification 45 Sewer Enterprise Water Enterprise Total Assets Fund Fund Memo Only Cash and Investments 4,489,137$ 4,513,385$ 9,002,522$ Water/Sewer Charges 4,063,999 3,050,255 7,114,254 Utility Liens Added to Taxes 63,034 55,438 118,472 Tax Title and Charges Added to Taxes 53,217 38,191 91,408 Total Assets 8,669,387$ 7,657,269$ 16,326,656$ Liabilities, Reserves and Fund Balances Liabilities Payable 325,472$ 414,418$ 739,890$ Reserves For Uncollected Receivables 4,179,961 3,143,659 7,323,620 Total Liabilities and Reserves 4,505,433 3,558,077 8,063,510 Fund Balance Reserved for Encumbrances (Carryovers)327,830 205,154 532,984 Unreserved (Retained Earnings)3,836,124 3,894,038 7,730,162 Total Fund Balances 4,163,954 4,099,192 8,263,146 Town of Framingham Enterprise Fund Balance Sheets For Retained Earnings Certification As of June 30, 2015 Unaudited 46 Sewer Water Total Fund Fund Memo Revenues Property taxes -$ -$ -$ Excise - - - Penalties, Interest and Other Taxes - - - Intergovernmental (Grants)94,523 - 94,523 Charges for services 22,663,755 18,494,570 41,128,325 Interest earnings 942,806 117,327 1,060,133 Licenses and permits - - - Fines and forfeitures - - - Miscellaneous 105,151 1,226 106,377 Contributions - 22,296 22,296 Total Revenues 23,776,235 18,635,419 42,411,654 Expenditures: Current: Personal Services 2,258,513 2,842,327 5,100,840 Operating Expenses 1,695,156 1,791,053 3,486,209 Intergovernmental 11,278,349 7,604,489 18,882,838 Capital Outlay 199,087 304,390 503,477 Debt Service 6,403,743 5,299,570 11,703,313 Total Expenditures 21,834,848 17,841,829 39,676,677 Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenditures 1,941,387 793,590 2,734,977 Other Financing Sources (Uses) Transfer from Other Funds - 175,048 175,048 Transfer to Other Funds (1,389,128) (1,499,362) (2,888,490) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)(1,389,128) (1,324,314) (2,713,442) Excess (deficiency) of revenues and other sources over expenditures and other uses 552,259 (530,724) 21,535 Fund Balance June 30, 2014 3,611,695 4,629,916 8,241,611 Fund Balance June 30, 2015 4,163,954$ 4,099,192$ 8,263,146$ Town of Framingham Combined Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance - Enterprise Funds For the Period Ended June 30, 2015 Unaudited For Retained Earnings Certification 47 Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Special Town Original Meeting Inter Divisional Carried Over Budget Adjustments Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance General Government Selectmen 48,638$ 612,255$ 17,791$ -$ 662,357$ 13,130$ 3,197$ Legal 54,650 700,000 - - 694,270 52,678 7,702 Town Buildings 5,190 1,949,593 8,115 - 1,799,806 16,613 146,479 Committees Capital Budget Committee - 950 - - - - 950 Education Committee - 15 - - - - 15 Gov't Study Committee - 100 - - - - 100 Public Safety Committee - 75 - - - - 75 Historical Commission - 450 - - - - 450 Historic District Comm.- 450 - - - - 450 Moderator - 16,515 - - 11,900 - 4,615 Planning/Zoning - 100 - - - - 100 Public Works - 250 - - - - 250 Rules - 150 - - - - 150 Bicycle & Pedestrain - 125 - - 85 - 40 Ways And Means - 100 - - - - 100 Human Relations Commission - 250 - - 2 - 248 Fair Housing Commission - 200 - - - - 200 Disabilities Commission - 1,085 - - 894 - 191 Technology Advisory Committee - 100 - - - - 100 START Committee - - - - - - - Pay in Lieu of Tax Committee - 200 - - - - 200 Total Committees - 21,115 - - 12,881 - 8,234 Total Appropriation 108,478 3,282,963 25,906 - 3,169,314 82,421 165,612 Finance Finance Committee 1,250 4,500 - - 2,083 250 3,417 Chief Financial Officer 3,000 385,272 1,365 20,950 402,208 1,125 7,254 Accounting - 527,568 15,605 (2,700) 508,739 - 31,734 Purchasing Department 899 187,924 1,601 (8,250) 171,940 1,703 8,531 Assessors - 696,079 34,275 - 673,148 - 57,206 Treasurer/Collector - 609,781 9,084 (10,000) 532,655 6,218 69,992 Total Appropriation 5,149 2,411,124 61,930 - 2,290,773 9,296 178,134 Technology Services Technology Services - 1,416,596 94,171 - 1,495,573 - 15,194 Total Appropriation - 1,416,596 94,171 - 1,495,573 - 15,194 Human Resources Personnel - 436,715 8,808 - 436,771 8,285 467 Veterans' Services - 466,971 52,230 - 504,633 721 13,847 Total Appropriation - 903,686 61,038 - 941,404 9,006 14,314 48 Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Special Town Original Meeting Inter Divisional Carried Over Budget Adjustments Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance Planning and Economic Development Planning Department 4,693 521,185 11,116 460 446,962 11,478 79,014 Zoning Board - 91,047 1,639 (460) 83,730 - 8,496 Total Appropriation 4,693 612,232 12,755 - 530,692 11,478 87,510 Police Division Police Department 100,115 12,860,626 436,344 - 13,116,669 38,007 242,409 Framingham Emergency Management Agency-Civil Defense 2,360 104,100 - - 65,115 424 40,921 Animal Control 30,608 171,261 2,169 - 157,312 5,456 41,270 Street Lighting 129,882 479,547 - - 340,950 11,716 256,763 Total Appropriation 262,965 13,615,534 438,513 - 13,680,046 55,603 581,363 Fire Division Fire Department 6,040 13,501,034 (14,637) - 12,705,452 6,978 780,007 Total Appropriation 6,040 13,501,034 (14,637) - 12,705,452 6,978 780,007 Public Works Public Works Administration 7,475 493,326 16,815 (12,000) 480,983 5,194 19,439 Public Works Highway 74,847 3,535,412 935 - 3,473,847 103,905 33,442 Fleet Services 28,002 1,081,137 9,490 - 1,071,157 43,073 4,399 Sanitation 58,754 3,581,938 935 - 3,435,616 100,079 105,932 Engineering 55,999 894,136 11,655 - 936,198 1,397 24,195 Conservation 13,887 162,811 3,000 12,000 147,592 14,283 29,823 Total Appropriation 238,964 9,748,760 42,830 - 9,545,393 267,931 217,230 Snow & Ice Removal Total Appropriation - 1,632,717 2,450,000 - 3,975,775 60,725 46,217 Parks and Recreation Park and Recreation 40 2,735,703 22,425 - 2,591,036 74 167,058 Cemetery - 29,812 - - 29,593 - 219 Council on Aging - 403,838 7,081 - 394,122 - 16,797 Arena 8,023 500,986 9,323 - 483,132 20,143 15,057 Total Appropriation 8,063 3,670,339 38,829 - 3,497,883 20,217 199,131 Inspectional Services Building Inspection - 977,949 34,406 112,780 1,059,717 - 65,418 Sealer of Weights and Measure - 115,479 2,097 - 104,623 - 12,953 Health Department - 1,046,953 11,323 (112,780) 870,451 14,726 60,319 Total Appropriation - 2,140,381 47,826 - 2,034,791 14,726 138,690 49 Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Special Town Original Meeting Inter Divisional Carried Over Budget Adjustments Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance Framingham Schools School Department 7,296 109,368,801 240,000 - 109,597,660 7,481 10,956 Total Appropriation 7,296 109,368,801 240,000 - 109,597,660 7,481 10,956 Keefe Voke Assessment Keefe Voke - 8,638,850 - 709,245 9,174,046 - 174,049 Total Appropriation - 8,638,850 - 709,245 9,174,046 - 174,049 Libraries Libraries 19,058 2,928,591 11,599 - 2,829,431 65,167 64,650 Total Appropriation 19,058 2,928,591 11,599 - 2,829,431 65,167 64,650 Planning Board Planning Board - 186,522 3,343 - 180,926 - 8,939 Total Appropriation - 186,522 3,343 - 180,926 - 8,939 Town Clerk, Elections Town Clerk - 187,036 3,238 32,564 202,554 1 20,283 Elections - 231,515 979 (32,564) 183,287 - 16,643 Total Appropriation - 418,551 4,217 - 385,841 1 36,926 Total Town Clerk Stipend - 94,207 - - 94,207 - - Miscellaneous Unclassified Property & Liability Insurance 100 1,382,455 - 66,262 1,447,690 100 1,027 Workers' Compensation 219,470 749,794 - 45,000 772,212 247,621 (5,569) Unemployment 94,530 550,000 - - 367,305 148,927 128,298 Sick Leave Buyback - 70,000 - - 42,093 - 27,907 Group Insurance - 29,807,387 (2,938,984) (367,950) 25,638,321 1,050 861,082 Medical Indemnification 17,682 32,500 - 81,650 91,204 40,628 - Self-insurance - 33,000 - 42,350 77,139 - (1,789) Medicaid Part 1 Contract - 65,000 - 78,541 143,540 - 1 Salary Reserve - 447,259 (501,406) 54,147 - - - Total Appropriation 331,782 33,137,395 (3,440,390) - 28,579,504 438,326 1,010,957 Reserve Fund - 400,000 (240,000) - - - 160,000 Stabilization Fund - 639,574 - - 639,574 - - Capital Stabilization Fund - 2,284,194 - - 2,284,194 - - 50 Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Special Town Original Meeting Inter Divisional Carried Over Budget Adjustments Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance Retirement Contributory Pension - 11,744,885 - 62,070 11,806,955 - - Pensions non contributory - 38,292 62,070 (62,070) 38,172 - 120 Medicare - 1,693,864 100,000 - 1,785,819 - 8,045 Other Post-Employment Benefits - 913,678 - - 913,678 - - Total Appropriation - 14,390,719 162,070 - 14,544,624 - 8,165 Debt Service Debt Service - 12,074,669 - - 11,631,922 21,419 421,328 Total Appropriation - 12,074,669 - - 11,631,922 21,419 421,328 Total General Fund Appropriated 992,488 237,497,439 - 709,245 233,809,025 1,070,775 4,319,372 Non appropriated items Unclassified Tax Title - 78,275 - - 41,260 - 37,015 Cherry Sheet Charges - 6,250,236 - 12,186 6,269,455 - (7,033) Debt Exclusion High School Debt - 383,117 - (1) 383,116 - - Overlay - 2,200,000 - 174,920 - - 2,374,920 Total Non appropriated items - 8,911,628 - 187,105 6,693,831 - 2,404,902 Total General Fund Operating 992,488$ 246,409,067 - 896,350 240,502,856 1,070,775 6,724,274 Articles Committees A27 ATM Self-Evaluation & Transition Plan 2,410 - - - - 2,410 - 4/07 A37 Disability Commission 1,316 - - - - 1,316 - 10/08 A4 Disability Commission 8,556 - - - - 8,556 - A13 STM 10/09 Disability Commission - - - - - - - A1 STM 1/11 Disability Commission 3,840 - - - - 3,840 - A3 STM 10/11 Disability Commission 3,786 - - - - 3,786 - ATM12 A20 Disability Commission 22,917 - - - - 22,917 - STM 10/12 A3 Disability Commission 4,142 - - - - 4,142 - STM 10/12 A10 Recreation Cntr Pelham 3,593 - - - 3,014 579 - STM 10/13 A4 Disability Commission 5,204 - - - - 5,204 - STM 10/14 A3 Diability Commission 5,764 - - - 5,764 - - - - Legal - - - - - A4(A) STM 2/07 Paulini Loam C 1,450 - - - - 1,450 - A4(B) STM 2/07 NEXUM 12,127 - - - - 12,127 - ATM 4/12 A19 Litigation Contingency Fund 28,065 150,000 - - 26,106 151,959 - - - - - - Econimic & Development - - - - - 4/06 ATM A33 Rail Trail - - - - - - - 4/07 A36 Cochituate Rail Trail 7,626 - - - - 7,626 - - - - - - 51 Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2015 Special Town Original Meeting Inter Divisional Carried Over Budget Adjustments Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance Planning Board Mitigation - - - - - 5/09 A2 Lowes and Natick Lift Services 7,029 - - - - 7,029 - 5/07 A2 PB Mit-350 Cochituate 1,661 - - - - 1,661 - 5/07 A2 PB Mit-Natick Mall 38,200 - - - - 38,200 - 5/07 A2 PB Mit-Cochituate Rd 39,364 - - - - 39,364 - 5/07 A2 PB Mir-500 Old Conn Path 13,748 - - - - 13,748 - 5/07 A2 PB-Mit-One Clark Hill 10,000 - - - - 10,000 - 5/07 A2 PB-mit 1124 Worcester Rd 65,000 - - - - 65,000 - 10/07 Sidewalk & Video Security 30,000 - - - - 30,000 - 10/07 A7 Waverly Retail Mit 702 - - - - 702 - 10/07 A8 Traffic Control Improvements 51 - - - - 51 - STM 6/08 A5 Natick Mall, LLC Mitigation 315,000 - - - - 315,000 - 10/28 A24 300-350 Irving St Mit 16,847 - - - - 16,847 - A915A STM A15 Offsite Pedestrian Improvement 5,000 - - - - 5,000 - A915B STM A15 N MW YMCA 280 O Conn Path 5,000 - - - - 5,000 - A915C STM A15 Staples 225 Crossing Blvrd 12,115 - - - - 12,115 - A9A38 A38 ATM 4/09 Kendall Hotel/ 79-85 18,750 - - - - 18,750 - ATM10 A19 Of Im Natick Mall Exp Ge 30,000 - - - - 30,000 - ATM10 A19Fram Center Twn Comn Genzyme 10,000 - - - - 10,000 - ATM10 A19 OfSit Mit Genzyme 12/1/05 - - - - - - - ATM10 A19 Open Space Genzyme NY Ave 3,000 - - - - 3,000 - A4 STM 10/11 Plan Brd Master Plan 10,000 - - - - 10,000 - A26 ATM 5/11 Tech Park Infrast Plan 20,000 - - - - 20,000 - ATM12 A26 730 Cochituat Rd Off-Site M 3,500 - - - - 3,500 - ATM12 A26 47 New York Ave Off-Site - - - - - - - ATM A26 4 Bishop St-Off-site Mitiga 25,000 - - - - 25,000 - ATM 5/13 A25 Zoning ByLaw 54,665 - - - 38,977 15,688 - STM A7 10/13 Danforth Green 1,574,000 - - - 1,334,927 239,073 - - - - - - - Conservation - - - - - - ATM12 A26 Brimstone Estate 4 Conserva 5,000 - - - - 5,000 - - - Building Services - 5/14 A22 Energy Conservation - 5,965,757 - - 245,586 5,720,171 - Total Articles 2,418,664 6,121,521 - - 1,648,610 6,891,575 - Total General Fund 3,411,152$ 252,530,588$ -$ 896,350$ 242,151,466$ 7,962,350$ 6,724,274$ Sewer Enterprise Fund Total Appropriation 237,010$ 23,683,261$ - -$ 21,834,848$ 327,830$ 1,757,593$ Transfers to Capital - - - - - - - Indirect Costs - 1,389,128 - - 1,389,128 - - Total Sewer Enterprise Fund 237,010$ 25,072,389$ -$ -$ 23,223,976$ 327,830$ 1,757,593$ Water Enterprise fund Total Appropriation 222,759$ 19,005,439$ - -$ 17,820,321$ 205,153$ 1,202,724$ *Insurance Proceeds Less than $20,000 18,949 - - 3,347 21,509 - 788 Transfers to Capital - - - - - - - Indirect Costs - 1,499,362 - - 1,499,362 - - Total Water Enterprise Fund 241,708$ 20,504,801$ -$ 3,347$ 19,341,191$ 205,153$ 1,203,512$ *Recovery of Property Damage Received During Year reported in Inter Divisional Transfers column Enterprise Funds 52 Liability as of June 30, 2014 Additions Deductions Liability as of June 30, 2015 9500 Police Detail 48,081 2,507,530 2,444,848 110,763 9550 Fire Detail 78,773 146,042 151,212 73,603 9560 DPW Details - 604 604 - 9680 Conservation Board 593 Funds ----------------------------------- 87503 Preserve at Emerald Valley 88 - - 88 87504 Sudbury River Landing 425 - - 425 87507 9999 Wayside Inn Rd 2,140 - 21 2,119 87508 29 Pleasant St - 2,200 2,200 - 938 38 - 976 TOTAL Conservation Board 593 Funds 3,591 2,238 2,221 3,608 9700 Planning Board Chapter 593 Fnd ----------------------------------- 85101 343 Cochituate Rd-Planning Bd 593 12 - - 12 85102 343 Cochituate Rd Planning Bd 593 307 - - 307 85103 125 Pennsylvania Ave Planning Bd593 407 - - 407 85122 900 Edgell Rd TD Bank 1,000 - - 1,000 85144 432 & 490 Old Conn Path 502 - - 502 85151 Clark's Hill Stormwater (5,507) 5,507 - - 85152 Avalon Bay Danforth Green - 3,000 1,438 1,562 85153 Danforth Green - 3,000 2,512 488 85154 1699 Worcester Rd - 12,525 10,389 2,136 85155 Danforth Green Horsley Witten - 96,263 73,369 22,894 85201 Planning Bd 593 1699 Worcester Rd 1,227 - - 1,227 85301 145 Meadow St/EllingWood C 18 - - 18 85401 Kohl's Landscape Consultant 1,500 - - 1,500 85402 WestPark Retail Store Landscape 2,500 - - 2,500 85403 CVS Pharmacy Landscaping Temple St 1,500 - - 1,500 85408 Framingham Acquisitions Arcade 4,108 - - 4,108 85409 GPI Deposit 2/19 312 - - 312 85412 Natick Mall Expansion 12 - - 12 85413 624 Waverly/Walgreen/Howard-Stein 216 - - 216 85601 593 SEA PUD 3,978 - - 3,978 85602 593 Traffic 49 New York Ave 7 - - 7 85701 593 Sudbury River Landing 13,781 - - 13,781 85702 593 Arcade Traffic Improvements 20,000 - - 20,000 85703 593 Arcade - Architecture 3,722 - - 3,722 85704 593 - 1 Hamilton Street 7,840 - - 7,840 85801 593 - Danforth Green 2,756 - - 2,756 85802 Jefferson Properties Review 17 - - 17 85901 Planning 593-Lawrence St Way/Everit 1,437 - - 1,437 85904 74 New York Ave - Planning 593 770 - - 770 Interest 33,689 - - 33,689 TOTAL Planning Board Chapter 593 Fnd 96,111 120,295 87,708 128,698 Town of Framingham Summary of Agency Fund Activity For the Year Ended June 30, 2015 53 Liability as of June 30, 2014 Additions Deductions Liability as of June 30, 2015 Town of Framingham Summary of Agency Fund Activity For the Year Ended June 30, 2015 9710 Plan Brd On-Site Improvements ----------------------------------- PB014 Bldg 5 & Howard St Parking Lot 6,400 - - 6,400 PB016 37 Waverly Street 10,000 - - 10,000 PB017 725 Cochituate Naked Fish Restaurant 2,400 - - 2,400 PB091 350 Cochituate Rd Landscape 40,000 - - 40,000 PB096 1701 Worcester Road Landscape Guaranty 5,000 - - 5,000 PB097 80 Kendall Demo (Arcade)13,000 - - 13,000 PB106 Kendall Hotel Facade(79-85 Concord 40,356 - 40,356 - PB108 328 Worcester Rd Landscape Performa 3,200 - - 3,200 PB110 49-55 NYA Landscaping Bond 45,000 - - 45,000 PB112 561-571 Union Ave Landscaping Bond 20,000 - - 20,000 PB114 900 Edgell Road 10,000 - - 10,000 PB115 74-80 New York Ave 282,000 - - 282,000 PB116 Bonds-500-540 Worcester Rd 5,000 - - 5,000 PB117 Bonds 2 & 30 Worcester Rd 15,517 - - 15,517 PB118 Bonds 1 Worcester Road 10,000 - - 10,000 PB119 Perf Bonds 35 Edgell Rd-North 2,830 - - 2,830 PB121 904 911 920& 921 Waverly St - 8,000 - 8,000 PB122 24 Blandin Road - 1,741 - 1,741 TOTAL Plan Brd On-Site Improvements 510,703 9,741 40,356 480,088 9730 Plan Brd Off-Site Development ----------------------------------- PB022 1 Staples Drive 18,139 - - 18,139 PB024 215 Worcester Road 17,500 - - 17,500 PB025 550 Cochituate Road 5,345 - - 5,345 PB027 Union Ave 1,252 - - 1,252 PB028 Rte 9 & Rte 30 12,744 - - 12,744 PB029 Rte 30/Speen Street 1,416 - - 1,416 PB031 One Worcester Road 8,700 - - 8,700 PB035 New York Ave 3,551 - - 3,551 PB036 74 New York Ave 3,962 - - 3,962 PB037 The Mountain 119,410 - - 119,410 PB038 375 Cochituate Road 18,000 - - 18,000 PB039 2-18 Worcester Road 3,400 - - 3,400 PB040 108 Clark Street 25,577 - - 25,577 PB042 110 Mount Wayte 4,500 - - 4,500 PB043 Village at Farm Pond 399,000 - - 399,000 PB044 86 Worcester Road 3,000 - - 3,000 PB045 770 Cochituate Road, TJX 1,576 - - 1,576 PB048 496 Cochituate Street 8,700 - - 8,700 PB050 266-400 Waverly St Harley 5,031 - - 5,031 PB070 Khol's Depart Store, 1 Worcester Rd 10,371 - - 10,371 PB087 350 Cochituate Road - Lowes 7,000 - - 7,000 PB105 49 New York Ave Performance Bond Im 341,000 - - 341,000 PB107 Kendall Hotel Clock (79-85 Concord)1,000 - - 1,000 TOTAL Plan Brd Off-Site Development 1,020,174 - - 1,020,174 54 Liability as of June 30, 2014 Additions Deductions Liability as of June 30, 2015 Town of Framingham Summary of Agency Fund Activity For the Year Ended June 30, 2015 9750 Plan Brd On-Site Subdivisions ----------------------------------- PB053 Kara Ann Drive 2,476 - - 2,476 PB056 Arnold Street 4,116 - - 4,116 PB059 Sudbury Landing 1,014 - - 1,014 PB060 Wild Oak Rise 1,000 - - 1,000 PB062 Off Eaton Road 11,567 12 11,578 1 PB067 Belport Sub-Ditullio/Hancock 25,000 - - 25,000 PB075 Doeskin II Carter Drive Subdivision 33,500 - 33,175 325 PB080 Wayside Circle Subdivision 36,000 - - 36,000 PB083 Doeskin II Subdivision Carter Dr 34,000 - 34,000 - PB090 Fenwick Farms Subdivision, 70 Fenwick 63,071 63 - 63,134 PB120 Fox Creek Subdivision 124,000 - 47,600 76,400 PB123 4-7 Meadowview Lane-Collins Farm - 100,000 - 100,000 TOTAL Plan Brd On-Site Subdivisions 335,744 100,075 126,353 309,466 9800 Tailings 136,157 3,679 1,001 138,835 9805 Escrow MGL C79 7D Eminent Dom 28,431 33,753 13,317 48,867 9820 High School Student Activity 134,835 411,082 420,390 125,527 9822 Walsh Middle Student Activities 37,143 34,006 21,915 49,234 9900 Economic Development Corp EDIC 20,760 - - 20,760 9925 Conservation Security Deposits 34,364 - - 34,364 9950 Mailing Fee Deposits 4,212 - - 4,212 9951 Maynard Building Deposits - - - - 9952 Hollis Street Security Deposit 1,000 - - 1,000 9953 Route 30 Speen Street Deposit 31,188 - - 31,188 9954 Boston Properties Deposit 350,000 - - 350,000 9955 California Ave Escrow 65,000 - - 65,000 9956 Nevins Hall Depoists 845 2,000 1,890 955 9975 Trench Bonds 1,400,822 28,600 371,000 1,058,422 9997 Framingham Retirement Board - 200,000 120,752 79,248 9998 GIC Withholding 3,108,994 32,890,351 33,362,031 2,637,314 55 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance School Capital Projects 750,000$ 100,000$ -$ -$ 842,018$ 6,966$ 1,016$ 550,000 - - - 533,633 - 16,362 5 300,000 2,486 - (32) 297,771 - 4,683 1,020,000 - - (47,450) 972,549 - 1 300,000 - - - 299,110 890 - - 35,000 - - - 34,912 - 88 400,000 - - - - - 400,000 500,000 - - - 499,991 - 9 300,000 - - - 168,865 84,569 14,409 32,157 740,000 10,605 - - 703,358 22,150 828 24,269 150,000 - - - 120,686 18,984 4,001 6,329 96,000 - - - 95,956 - 44 50,000 - - - 43,629 - 6,371 205,700 - - - 204,808 892 - 950,000 - - - - 949,781 219 400,000 - - - - 312,303 49,329 38,368 235,000 - - - - 223,615 11,385 - 300,000 - - - - 210,564 89,436 370,000 75,000 - - - 443,840 1,160 140,000 (14,000) - - - 58,638 2,000 65,362 48,000 - - - - - - 48,000 575,000 25,000 - - 225,965 365,315 75 8,645 300,000 (47,433) - - - 213,464 - 39,103 400,000 (75,000) - - - 23,030 - 301,970 150,000 61,433 - - - 117,354 376 93,703 37,500 - - - - 37,378 - 122 43,000 - - - - 43,000 - - 45,000 - - - - 44,963 - 37 57,500 - - - - 57,500 - - 1,155,000 - - - - - - 1,155,000 325,000 - - - - - - 325,000 290,000 - - - - - - 290,000 145,000 - - - - - - 145,000 150,000 - - - - - - 150,000 150,000 - - - - - - 150,000 250,000 - - - - - - 250,000 1,207,388 - - - - - - 1,207,388 300,000 - - - - - - 300,000 55,000 - - - - - - 55,000 45,000 - - - - - - 45,000 Total School Capital Projects 13,650,088$ 138,091$ (79,812)$ (47,482)$ 5,093,439$ 3,234,304$ 99,657$ 1,161,097$ Municipal Capital Projects 715,000$ -$ -$ -$ 691,088$ -$ -$ 23,912$ 412,188 6,595 37,812 - 453,824 - - 2,771 809,339 - - - 794,714 - - 14,625 117,000 - - - 112,068 - - 4,932 44,893 - - - 42,335 - 2,557 1 280,500 - - - 278,898 - - 1,602 199,500 - - - 197,330 - 2,170 - 5/15 ATM A12AF Schl Furniture FY16 5/15 ATM A12AG Utlty Truck Bldg Grn 5/15 ATM A12AH Cube Truck Food Serv 5/13 ATM A18HH FY14 Mech, Elec, Plm 5/13 ATM A18II Lawn Mower 5/13 ATM A18LL Generator McCarthy 4/09 ATM A39X IP Phone & Security 05/10 ATM A24R ADA Upgrades 1/11 STM A2 Stapleton Windows & Drs Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 05/10 ATM A24N IP Phone & Security System School District 4/07 ATM A49B Main Library Doors 4/07 ATM A49I Memorial Building Window Replacement 5/13 ATM A18BB Fullr/Farley MSBA Fb 5/13 ATM A18CC Tech Upgrades Phs 3 5/13 ATM A18EE FY14 ADA Upgrades 5/13 ATM A18FF FY14 Paving/Strm Wtr 5/13 ATM A32 Security Mutiple Bldgs 5/15 ATM A12X Technology Upgrades 2 5/15 ATM A12Y Stapleton Schl Asbest 5/15 ATM A12Z Schl Security Enhance 5/15 ATM A12AA Food Service Equip F 5/15 ATM A12AB Mech Elec Plum FY16 5/15 ATM A12AC Curbs Sidwlks Ramps 5/15 ATM A12AD Heat Vent Air FY16 5/15 ATM A12AE Farley Schl Pool Are 5/12 ATM A31S ADA Upgrade toCurb #2 5/12 ATM A31U Paving Stormwtr Study 5/14 ATM A16AJ Paving/Stormwter 15 5/14 ATM A16AC Technology Upgrades 5/14 ATM A16AD King Schl Elevator 5/14 ATM A16AE DDC Energy Consrvtn 5/14 ATM A16AI Stpltn Rpntng Dsgn 5/14 ATM A16AH Food Srvcs Equip P1 5/14 ATM A16AG Asbestos Flr Tile#2 5/14 ATM A16AF Furniture Rplce P#1 5/14 ATM A16AK ADA Upgrades FY15 5/14 ATM A16AL HVAC Replace FY15 5/14 ATM A16AM Mechl Elct Plumb 15 5/14 ATM A16AN Rack Truck/Lift Gat 5/14 ATM A16AO Utility Body Truck 5/14 ATM A16AP Utility Body Truck 5/02 ATM A15J Financial Management Software 4/05 ATM A21P Bowditch Athletic Complex Renovation Design 4/07 ATMA49J Memorial Building Stair Replacement 4/06 ATM A30D Memorial Building Boiler 4/07 ATM A49A Accu-Vote Machine Replacement (20) 5/14 ATM A16AQ Athl Equip Storage 56 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 228,000 - - - 224,346 - - 3,654 468,268 - - - 467,680 - - 588 107,873 - - - 93,424 14,449 - - 650,000 - - - 649,491 - 474 35 358,700 (21,914) - - 335,278 - - 1,508 7,900,000 6,911 500,000 - 7,364,514 166,706 372,922 502,769 90,858 - - (858) 83,935 4,806 1,259 - 147,115 - - - 128,584 - - 18,531 317,648 - - (2,381) 304,204 11,063 - - 301,134 - - (18,284) 266,217 4,671 1,677 10,285 1,750,000 - - - - - - 1,750,000 67,515 - - - 66,802 - 422 291 239,600 - 239,292 - - 308 90,000 (12,630) - - 77,329 - - 41 450,000 - - - 449,737 - - 263 80,412 - - - 56,044 - - 24,368 30,000 - - - 29,345 - - 655 30,000 - - - 27,854 - - 2,146 250,535 - - - 183,577 50,798 3,200 12,960 525,000 - (58,060) - 466,228 - - 712 98,100 - - - 97,501 - - 599 900,000 - - - 876,576 16,896 3,104 3,424 896,800 - - - 886,336 - 5,375 5,089 70,000 - - - 69,685 - - 315 163,791 - - (20) 163,521 - - 250 710,000 - - - 709,000 - - 1,000 975,000 - - - 973,297 - - 1,703 95,000 - - - 94,904 - - 96 126,500 - - - 23,531 - - 102,969 152,414 - - - 140,852 - - 11,562 300,000 - - - 299,916 - - 84 1,700,000 - - - 1,699,692 307 - 1 85,000 - - - 84,604 - - 396 385,000 - - - 361,208 - - 23,792 67,415 - - - 57,537 350 3,995 5,533 46,381 - - - 32,490 13,891 - - 52,759 - - - 28,857 23,853 - 49 425,000 - - - 405,302 - 19,698 - 40,000 - - - - - - 40,000 59,951 - - - 59,920 - - 31 29,550 (3,000) - - 17,520 9,030 - - 53,560 500 - - - - 54,060 - 2,500,000 - - - 2,448,836 32,382 18,617 165 259,500 14,500 - - - 274,000 - - 50,000 - - - 35,000 - - 15,000 83,030 - - - 82,780 - - 250 135,000 (25,000) 107,086 - - 2,914 935,000 - - (240,000) 668,651 - 26,349 - 7,988,329 - - - 579,583 3,212,437 3,430,755 765,554 28,975 - - - 28,917 - - 58 89,877 - - - - - - 89,877 198,553 - - - 198,301 199 - 53 113,360 - - - 54,764 58,540 - 56 124,609 - - (3,674) 120,934 - - 1 4/07 ATM A49S ADA Phase 1 Compliance Multiple Buildings & Schools 4/07 ATM A49T Callahan Phase 3 5/12 ATM A31M Roadway Improv 2013 5/11 ATM A31AA Front End Loader Mo 5/12 ATM A31B Design Library Renova 5/12 ATM A31F Plygrnd Safety Mulch1 5/12 ATM A31O 72K Refuse Packer 511 5/11 ATM A31QQ Town Buildings 5/13 ATM A18B Dwntwn Prk Mtrs 5/13 ATM A18G Zamboni 4/09 ATM A39D Memorial Bldg Elevator 4/08 ATM A44A Joint Town/School Capital Management Project 4/08 ATM A44E Bowditch Master Plan & Construction 4/08 ATM A44G Police Locker Room Renovations 4/08 ATM A44H Prisoner Processing Systems 4/09 ATM A39A McAuliffe Branch Lib 4/09 ATM A39B Radio Communications Equipment 4/08 ATM A44Q Town wide Permits, Licensing & Inspection System 4/08 ATM A44R Wireless Access Points for Public Safety 10/08 STM A22 188 Concord St Purchase 4/07 ATM A49TT Web Content Management System 4/08 ATM A15 Edgell Memorial Library, Academy, & Village Hall Roofs 5/10 ATM A24G Police Command Upgrade Phase 3 5/10 ATM A24H Roadway Improvement 2011 1/11 STM A4 McAulife Brnch Lbry Lnd 5/11 ATM A31L PC Mobile Laptop Re 5/11 ATM A31A Replace Ladder 3 Fir 5/10 ATM A24U Memorial & Maynard Building Improvements 5/10 ATM A24W Library Garage Improvements 5/12 ATM A31BB Mem Bldg Fire Supr D 5/12 ATM A31CC Village Hall Boiler 5/12 ATM A31DD Maynard Bldg Drainag 10/12 STM A9 Lexingoton St 5/13 STM A1 McAuliffe Brnch Library 5/13 ATM A18A Enrgy Mgt Sftwre P2 5/11 ATM A31E Library Window Replac 4/09 ATM A39H Cushing Memorial 4/09 ATM A39DD Network Infrastructure Improvements 5/10 ATM A24X Muni Data Storage Upgrades 4/09 ATM A39K Communications Upgrade 4/09 ATM A39I Arena Infrared Heating 4/09 ATM A39J Playground Equipment 5/13 ATM A18D Aerial Bckt Truck 5/13 ATM A18E Prtctve Cloth Rplcmnt 5/12 ATM A31I Emergency Generator 1 5/11 ATM A31K Butterworth Phase 1 5/11 ATM A31N Stormwater Managemnt 5/10 ATM A24C Replace Engine 7 Pumper 5/11 ATM A31Y Roadway Improvements 5/11 ATM A31SS Munis Financial Sys 5/11 ATM A31TT Mobile Field Inspec 5/12 ATM A31A Lib Handicap Ramp Con 5/12 ATM A31E Town Building Securit 5/11 ATM A31UU Asset Management 57 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 35,117 - - - - 35,117 - - 101,223 - - - 101,197 - - 26 42,640 - - (285) 41,685 - - 670 665,000 - - - 55,000 582,600 2,629 24,771 610,000 - - - 53,598 344,545 148,094 63,763 150,000 - - - 1,495 20,567 4,588 123,350 360,000 - - - 12,836 25,190 1,210 320,764 50,000 - - - - - - 50,000 80,000 - - - - 32,614 35,886 11,500 68,000 - - - - 68,000 - - 156,100 - - - 146,757 3,216 - 6,127 86,900 - - - 84,205 2,695 - - 40,480 - - (39) 37,485 2,955 - 1 3,200,000 - - - 2,743,849 444,479 11,659 13 300,000 - - - 228,014 54,297 - 17,689 201,300 - - (300) 200,971 - - 29 321,500 - - - - 300,445 21,055 - 200,000 - - - 48,630 107,001 3,737 40,632 88,900 - - - 84,674 3,542 - 684 117,949 - - - 117,756 - - 193 237,138 - - - 4,114 37,024 150,757 45,243 45,000 - - - 40,121 - 4,879 - 180,000 - - - 26,995 103,805 15,850 33,350 200,000 - - - - 36,650 350 163,000 44,300 - - - 713 - - 43,587 570,981 3,139 - - - - 574,120 - 113,360 (3,139) - - - 1,700 - 108,521 57,695 - - - - 57,137 - 558 194,560 - - - - 19,476 - 175,084 126,975 - - - - - - 126,975 138,612 - - - - 105,262 - 33,350 67,245 - - - - 67,245 - - 43,665 - - - - 41,710 - 1,955 39,155 - - - - 37,395 - 1,760 60,000 - - - - 60,000 - - 349,000 - - - - 126,967 222,033 - 175,000 - - - - 17,206 1,679 156,115 16,150 - - - - 15,928 - 222 4,000,000 - - - - 3,628,487 244,325 127,188 200,000 - - - - 79,175 12,161 108,664 46,500 - - - - 42,067 - 4,433 73,300 - - - - 44,092 16,300 12,908 67,350 - - - - 67,350 - - 92,000 14,000 - - - 105,980 - 20 242,650 (14,000) - - - - - 228,650 200,000 - - - - 200,000 - - 40,480 - - - - 37,085 - 3,395 167,400 - - - - 136,021 - 31,379 215,800 - - - - 196,427 - 19,373 40,800 - - - - 35,965 - 4,835 269,360 - - - - - - 269,360 1,000,000 - - - - 899,822 100,174 4 1,337,440 - - - - 1,131,451 126,485 79,504 78,375 - - - - 66,398 - 11,977 5/14 ATM A16V 6 Cy Spreader #422A 5/14 ATM A16W Sidewalk Tractor#464 5/14 ATM A16X 40K Dump #421 5/14 ATM A16Y 6 CY Spreader #421A 5/14 ATM A16Z Catch Basin Clnr449 5/14 ATM A16AA Refuse Clctn Carts 5/14 ATM A16AB 4 Packers 511-514 5/14 ATM A16AR Fire Mobile Data 5/13 ATM A18W FY14 Roadway Imprv 5/13 ATM A18H Arena Renov Design 5/13 ATM A18J F350 4X4 Crw Cb 10k G 5/13 ATM A18L Cushng Park Phase 5 5/13 ATM A18M Water St Rtng Wall Cn 5/13 ATM A18N Saxonville Levee Pump 5/13 ATM A18R Trsfr Stn Demo & Dsgn 5/13 ATM A18U 3CY Loader Plow #453 5/13 ATM A18Z 68K Cab Chs Rllof#519 5/13 ATM A18AA 72K Packer/Plow #514 5/13 ATM A18NN FY14 Traffic Calming 5/13 ATM A18PP Network Data Storage 5/13 ATM A18QQ Archived Document Sc 5/13 ATM A18RR Mmrial Bldg Study 5/14 ATM A16Q 15k Rack Truck #409 5/14 ATM A16R18K 4wd Dump #411 5/14 ATM A16S Mntd Snow Blowr#451A 5/14 ATM A16T 3.5 CY Loader #452 5/14 ATM A16U FY15 Sidewalk/Access 5/13 ATM A32 Security Mutiple Bldgs 5/14 ATM A16M Fuel Islnd Wstrn Ave 5/13 ATM A18SS Athenaeum Hall Study 5/13 ATM A18TT Village Hall Study 5/14 ATM A16N FY15 Roadway Imprvmn 5/14 ATM A16O FY15 Traffic Calming 5/14 ATM A16P 4Wd Pickup #402 5/14 ATM A16I F350 4x4 Regular Cab 5/14 ATM A16J Mary Denson/Skate Ds 5/14 ATM A16K Emer Generator P#2 5/14 ATM A16L 15 Drain Sys Wtr Qlt 5/14 ATM A16A Replace Engine 5 5/14 ATM A16B Protive Clothing P#2 5/14 ATM A16C Pick-up Signal Div 5/14 ATM A16D RFID Coll Security 5/14 ATM A16E Edwards Cemetery Road 5/14 ATM A16F Callahan Sr Ctr Ent 5/14 ATM A16G Ford F650 J-Hook 5/14 ATM A16H F350 4x4 Crew Cab Pi 5/13 ATM A18S Log Loader Atch Rplcm 5/13 ATM A18T Sidewalk Tractor #463 5/13 ATM A18OO Public Safety Server 5/13 ATM A18Y Beaver Dam Brk P2 5/13 ATM A18O Campello Rd Drain & C 5/13 ATM A18P NPDES Permit-Plan Prp 5/13 ATM A18V Sander Copsprd C#421A 5/13 ATM A18I Toro Grndmstr 580-D 4 58 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 145,789 - - - - - - 145,789 275,949 - - - - 78,344 197,605 - 293,000 - - - - 293,000 - 52,500 - - - - 17,100 3,597 31,803 337,500 - 337,500 - - 674,935 65 180,000 - - - - 80,580 5,156 94,264 68,450 - - - - - - 68,450 121,280 - - - - - - 121,280 57,708 - - - - - - 57,708 150,000 - - - - - - 150,000 250,000 - - - - - - 250,000 41,000 - - - - - - 41,000 600,000 - - - - - - 600,000 62,390 - - - - - - 62,390 87,000 - - - - - - 87,000 73,140 - - - - - - 73,140 125,000 - - - - - - 125,000 190,000 - - - - - - 190,000 510,000 - - - - - - 510,000 230,000 - - - - - - 230,000 200,000 - - - - - - 200,000 40,480 - - - - - - 40,480 58,235 - - - - - - 58,235 58,235 - - - - - - 58,235 141,170 - - - - - - 141,170 4,500,000 - - - - 297,893 2,107 4,200,000 150,000 - - - - - - 150,000 629,000 - - - - - - 629,000 206,707 - - - - - - 206,707 179,383 - - - - - - 179,383 575,894 - - - - - - 575,894 225,250 - - - - - - 225,250 185,000 - - - - - - 185,000 75,000 - - - - - - 75,000 Total Municipal Capital Projects 65,313,571 (9,038) 817,252 (290,841) 29,554,913 14,761,318 5,853,070 15,661,643 RTE 126 Redesign & Upgrade 45,526 FY2015 Winter Rapid Recovery Road Program 284,239 Mass Highway Chapter 90 Expenditures 2,630,142 Total Expenditures School & Municipal Capital Projects 20,955,529 Other Financing Uses Adjustments 79,811 Total Expenditures Municipal & School Capital Projects 21,035,340$ Arena Capital Projects -$ -$ 23,110$ -$ 4,797$ -$ -$ 18,313 65,433 - - - 32,070 27,193 1,190 4,980 5,660,000 - - - - - - 5,660,000 Total 5,725,433$ -$ 23,110$ -$ 36,867$ 27,193$ 1,190$ 5,683,293$ Water Enterprise Capital Projects 5/15 ATM A12P Traffic Calming 2016 5/15 ATM A12O Landham Pond Dam Desi 5/15 ATM A12N Union Ave Roadway 5/15 ATM A12M Fountain St Design 5/15 ATM A12A Thermal Imaging Camer 5/15 ATM A12B Prtive Clothing P#3 5/15 ATM A12C Rplc SCBA Air Comprsr 5/15 ATM A12D Oprt & Perfor Mgt Sft 5/15 ATM A12E Cypress St Woodland I 5/15 ATM A12G F350 4x4 Crew 10K GVW 5/15 ATM A12H M Dennison Pk Remedia 5/15 ATM A12I Animal Control Vehicl 5/15 ATM A12J Pub Safety Tech & Mai 5/15 ATM A12K Pedestrian Safety 5/15 ATM A12L Salem End Rd Bridge D 5/15 ATM A12F Loring Arena Renovati 5/15 ATM A12Q 6 CY Material Spreade 5/15 ATM A12R 11k GVW 4WD Cab & Cha 5/15 ATM A12S 11k GVW 4wd Cab & Cha 5/15 ATM A12T Backhoe/Loader #450 5/15 ATM A12U Roadway Improv FY2016 5/15 ATM A12V Drainage & H2O Qulty 5/15 ATM A12W 2-68K Packers/plow 5/15 ATM A12AI Unified Computing Sy 5/15 ATM A12AJ Arch Doc Scan P#4 5/15 ATM A12AK Callahan Sr Ctr Roof 10/04 STM A12 Arena Light and Energy Improvements 5/14 ATM A16AS Data Warehouse 5/14 ATM A16AT Archived Doc Scan#3 5/14 ATM A16AU Comp Server Room Up 5/14 ATM A16AV Danforth SpcStdy P2 10/14 STM A15 Snow Property 10/14 STM A17 Mary Denison 5/12 ATM A31H Arena Repairs 5/15 ATM A12AL Main Lib Alarm Rplcm 5/15 ATM A12AM Pol Dpt Boilers 5/15 ATM A12AN Site Slctn #2 Watson 59 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 143,000$ -$ -$ -$ 133,000$ -$ -$ 10,000$ 950,000 - - - 911,922 - - 38,078 39,250 - - - 36,672 - - 2,578 372,625 - - - 367,802 - - 4,823 1,400,000 - - - 1,398,099 - - 1,901 2,869,836 - 62,464 - 2,106,734 27,856 153,674 644,036 8,522,150 (135,000) - - 8,376,246 2,100 - 8,804 90,600 - - - 82,831 7,769 - - 3,000,000 - - - 2,183,444 26,481 - 790,075 600,000 - - - 28,882 192,893 28,875 349,350 2,830,400 - - - 2,531,336 - - 299,064 320,000 - - - 149,885 80,121 89,994 - 149,400 - - - 17,400 - - 132,000 110,000 - - - - - - 110,000 115,500 - - - 18,010 7,042 - 90,448 276,750 - - (175) 273,797 540 - 2,238 40,337,900 - - - 2,082,703 126,900 110,550 38,017,747 550,000 - - - 535,350 4,329 - 10,321 505,000 - - - 504,927 - - 73 900,000 - - - 883,882 15,480 - 638 1,540,000 - - - 1,361,947 153,587 21,284 3,182 A17 STM 10/28 1062 Edmands Road 173,000 - - - 138,049 34,951 - 5/10 ATM A25A N Concord St Water Main Replacement 9,619,000 - - - 4,315,843 412,085 2,097 4,888,975 5/10 ATM A25B Grant & Pond St Water Main Replacement 6,263,000 (300,000) - - 5,747,186 153,983 26,940 34,891 5/10 ATM A25D Goodnow Water Pump Station 1,385,000 - - - - 22,809 215,245 1,146,946 5/10 ATM A25E Irving, Loring, Herbert St Water Main Replacements 150,000 - - - 72,732 29,347 1,908 46,013 5/10 ATM A25F Water Hydrant & Gate Valve Replacement 150,000 - - - 149,831 169 - - 5/10 ATM A25G Water Main Replacement Various Locations 250,000 300,000 - - 249,995 9,569 6,829 283,607 5/11 ATM A32F Downtown Water Utili 2,680,000 - - - 940,917 216,103 571,576 951,404 5/11 ATM A32H Water Hydrant and Gat 200,000 - - - 198,049 1,280 - 671 5/11 ATM A32I Large Fire Flow Mete 70,000 - - - 16,849 1,098 956 51,097 5/11 ATM A32J Water Main Replaceme 200,000 - - - 199,820 179 - 1 5/12 ATM A32A Irving Loring Herbert 1,795,000 - - - 2,330 937,354 574,685 280,631 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 3,214,000 - - - 210,592 2,375,110 176,114 452,184 5/12 ATM A32E Hydrant Gate Valve 13 200,000 - - - 148,322 51,677 1 5/12 ATM A32F Wtr Mains Replace 13 200,000 - - - 175,019 24,977 4 5/13 ATM A19C Bethany Rd Winthrop/W 855,000 - - - - 645,640 202,321 7,039 5/13 ATM A19D Warren Rd & Prindi Mn 2,990,000 - - - 524 - - 2,989,476 5/13 ATM A19E Central St Brdge Main 110,000 - - - 5,830 - 38,320 65,850 5/13 ATM A19F Wtr Main FY14 Rplc 300,000 - - - 98,233 150,123 31,815 19,829 5/13 ATM A19G FY14 Hydtrant & Gate 200,000 - - - 108,325 91,663 - 12 55,000 - - - - 54,687 - 313 67,350 - - - - 67,350 - - 55,000 - - - - 54,687 - 313 78,000 - - - - 77,800 - 200 3,325,000 - - - - 242,056 2,437,828 645,116 12,145,000 - - - - 316,630 115,323 11,713,047 300,000 - - - - 77,698 22,902 199,400 640,000 - - - - 113,898 18,694 507,408 200,000 - - - - 81,395 3,913 114,692 690,000 - - - - - - 690,000 445,000 - - - - - - 445,000 16,150 - - - - 15,928 - 222 150,823 - - - - - - 150,823 5/15 ATM A13A 33K GVW Cab & Cha#643 5/14 ATM A17F Union Ave Wtr Mains 5/14 ATM A17H Wtr Impr Prjcts FY15 5/14 ATM A17I Speen & Cchtuate Wtr 5/14 ATM A17J Hydrant Valve FY15 5/14 ATM A17K Salem End Rd Wtr Mns 5/14 ATM A17L Dyer St Wtr Main 5/14 ATM A17M Fuel Islnd Wstrn Ave 4/08 ATM A46B Grove St Water Pump Station Construction 4/08 ATM A46D Water St Water Main Construction 4/08 ATM A46E Beebe Steel Water Tank Rehabilitation 4/08 ATM A46F Prospect St Area Water Main Replacement 4/08 ATM A46J North Concord St Water Main Design 4/08 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well Reactivation Project 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave &Main St Water Main Design 4/08 ATM A46P Barbieri Rd Water Main Design 4/08 ATM A46R Edmands Road Water Main Installation 4/06 ATM A30BB Fay Road Water Main Replacement 4/09 ATM A40J Coburn St Water Main 4/07 ATM A50A Pershing Ave Water Main Replacement 4/07 ATM A50H Water Street Replacement Design 4/07 ATM A50Q Birch Road Well Reactivation 5/14 ATM A17A 11K Service Body#614 5/14 ATM A17B 15K Dump #625 5/14 ATM A17C11K Service Body#601 5/14 ATM A17D Mini Excavator #650 5/14 ATM A17E Main St Area Wtr Imp 4/08 ATM A46S Goodnow Lane Water Pump Station Design 4/08 ATM A46T Pond St Water Replacement Design 4/09 ATM A40B Birch Rd Well Reactivation 4/09 ATM A40E State St Water Replacement 4/09 ATM A40F Pearl Harbor Water Main 4/09 ATM A40G Rte 9 Water Replacement Design 4/05 ATM A29 Doeskin Hill Repairs 60 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 80,550 - - - - - - 80,550 80,550 - - - - - - 80,550 502,000 - - - - - - 502,000 200,000 - - - - - - 200,000 300,000 - - - - - - 300,000 3,160,000 - - - - - - 3,160,000 3,980,000 - - - - - - 3,980,000 637,000 - - - - - - 637,000 430,000 - - - - - - 430,000 770,000 - - - - - - 770,000 Total 131,564,765$ (135,000)$ 62,464$ (213)$ 43,394,208$ 6,905,344$ 4,851,843$ 76,340,621$ Sewer Enterprise Capital Projects 6,785,000$ 338,511$ 116,593$ -$ 6,901,198$ 338,509$ -$ 397$ 405,000 - - - 402,204 - - 2,796 1,592,000 - - - 1,576,264 - - 15,736 *5,557,500 - - - 5,511,044 39,099 1,520 5,837 540,000 - - - 534,102 - - 5,898 1,282,950 - - - 1,282,696 - - 254 8,009,800 - - - 6,740,945 369,696 899,159 - 792,500 - - - 746,530 12,568 33,402 - 1,100,000 - - - 1,092,969 - - 7,031 2,783,000 (393,608) - - 2,295,983 - - 93,409 794,000 393,608 - - 801,296 21,035 342 364,935 575,000 - - - 574,872 128 432,000 - - - 328,678 83,783 19,539 - 40,407,100 - - - 40,043,995 310,543 35,426 17,136 450,000 - - - 400,925 - - 49,075 2,480,000 - - - 2,474,350 - - 5,650 900,000 - - - 892,581 - - 7,419 1,600,000 (437,700) - - 1,147,842 14,455 - 3 2,000,000 437,700 - - 1,483,187 406,559 544,660 3,294 8,000,000 - - - 7,954,467 11,305 6,037 28,191 1,500,000 - - - 1,135,573 41,629 7,778 315,020 6,552,000 - - - 4,075,781 82,792 5,724 2,387,703 500,000 - - - 437,744 62,256 1,765,000 - - - 701,518 242,070 119,186 702,226 800,000 - - - 583,734 102,356 20,585 93,325 6,310,000 - - - 4,983,830 602,800 55,433 667,937 390,000 - - - 215,974 15,616 - 158,410 250,000 - - - 246,620 - - 3,380 1,925,000 - - - 1,136,354 92,588 248,733 447,325 550,000 - - - 55,127 134,047 27,231 333,595 805,500 - - - 23,538 3,784 25,969 752,209 2,400,000 - - - 2,188,965 89,487 30,517 91,031 250,000 - - - 242,378 - - 7,622 2,475,000 (164,000) - - 9,950 1,750,465 271,858 278,727 1,178,000 164,000 - - 113,721 1,076,636 100,575 51,068 131,000 - - - 104,120 21,511 - 5,369 17,220,000 - - - 25,620 202,534 326 16,991,520 5/12 ATM A33E Hancock Lane Pump Eli 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St 5/12 ATM A33G Swr Main Replacmnt 13 5/12 ATM A33I Irving, Herbert, Lori 5/12 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor 5/12 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 4/09 ATM A41L Lakeview Pump Station 4/09 ATM A41M Coburn St Sewer Main 10/09 STM A12 Central St Siphon 1/10 STM A2 Tech Park Infiltration & Inflow Removal 05/10 ATM A26A Grant & Pond St Sewer Replacement 05/10 ATM A26C Sewer System Evaluation Phase 5 5/11 ATM A33D Downtown Sewer Utili 5/11 ATM A33E Technology Park Sewe 5/11 ATM A33F North Framingham Pum 5/11 ATM A33H Irving, Herbert, Lor 5/11 ATM A33I Sewer Main Replaceme 5/11 ATM A33J Worcester Road Pumpi 5/13 ATM A20B Trailer Generators 5/13 ATM A20C Wrcstr Rd Pump Stn Cn 4/08 ATM A47G Prospect St A Sewer Replacement 4/08 ATM A47K Union Ave Sewer Replacement 4/07 ATM A51I Automated Meter Reading Program (Sewer Portion) 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pumping Stations Replacement Project 4/09 ATM A41D East Framingham Sewer Project 4/09 ATM A41E Sewer System Evaluation Study 4/09 ATM A41F Concord St Sewer Main 4/09 ATM A41G State St Sewer Replacement 4/08 ATM A47A North Framingham Pump Station Replacement Design 5/15 ATM A13B 15K GVW Cab/Plow #609 5/15 ATM A13C 15K GVW Cab/Plow #606 5/15 ATM A13D Meter Replac FY16 5/15 ATM A13E Hydrant & Valve FY16 5/15 ATM A13F Water Improve FY16 5/15 ATM A13G Evergreen St Wtr Dsgn 4/07 ATM A51F Sewer System Evaluation Survey: Phase 2 4/07 ATM A51C Concord and School Street Sewer Improvement Project 4/06 ATM A30MM Water Street Sewer SRF 2957 Portion 5/15 ATM A13H Speen & Cochituate Wt 5/15 ATM A13I Worcester Rd Wtr Main 5/15 ATM A13J Arlington St Wtr Dsgn 5/15 ATM A13K Indian Head Wtr Tank 4/08 ATM A47I Central St Siphon Replacement 4/08 ATM A47J Sewer Sys Evaluation P3 4/07 ATM A51B Water Street Sewer Main Replacement and Gregory 4/07 ATM A51A Wastewater Pumping Station Elimination Project 4/08 ATM A47E Farm Pond Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation Project 61 Appropriation Transfer Reauthorized/ Additional Rescinded/ Paydown Expenditures Prior Years Expenditures Fiscal 2015 Encumbrances Fiscal 2015 Balance Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2015 6,563,000 - - - - 253,730 66,350 6,242,920 1,240,000 - - - 100,331 456,642 545,213 137,814 300,000 - - - 103,998 116,282 2,295 77,425 150,000 - - - 11,445 18,620 5,742 114,193 55,000 - - - - 54,240 - 760 323,194 - - - - 313,795 - 9,399 250,000 - - - - 63,218 161,251 25,531 400,000 - - - - 173,861 107,834 118,305 1,400,000 - - - - 469,887 458,715 471,398 866,000 - - - - 224,911 440,774 200,315 1,880,000 - - - - 88,245 93,008 1,698,747 300,000 - - - - 163,748 13,081 123,171 700,000 - - - - 12,631 9,987 677,382 810,000 - - - - 4,349 218,106 587,545 16,150 - - - - 15,928 - 222 1,585,000 - - - - 37,681 93,335 1,453,984 420,000 - - - - 39,404 33,537 347,059 460,385 - - - - - - 460,385 58,235 - - - - - - 58,235 80,550 - - - - - - 80,550 9,810,000 - - - - - - 9,810,000 502,000 - - - - - - 502,000 300,000 - - - - - - 300,000 400,000 - - - - - - 400,000 648,000 - - - - - - 648,000 1,100,000 - - - - - - 1,100,000 1,245,000 - - - - - - 1,245,000 206,500 - - - - - - 206,500 1,410,000 - - - - - - 1,410,000 375,221 - - - - - - 375,221 Sub-total 165,341,585$ 338,511$ 116,593$ -$ 99,682,449$ 8,573,039$ 4,703,228$ 52,837,973$ Sewer Capital Grants Life Sciences Grant 5,200,000$ -$ 9,100,000$ -$ 12,860,534$ -$ -$ 1,439,466 5/10 ATM A25C Technology Park Prop Acquisition Fees 150,000 - - - 149,668 - - 332 150,000 - 209,702 - 219,697 10,512 10,789 118,704 Total 5,500,000$ -$ 9,309,702$ -$ 13,229,899$ 10,512$ 10,789$ 1,558,502$ Net Other Financing Uses Adjustments 139,537 Total Arena, Water and Sewer Capital Expenditures 15,655,625$ 5/14 ATM A18I Sewer Imprvmnt FY15 5/14 ATM A18N Hop Brook Swr Ralgnm 5/14 ATM A18L Fuel Islnd Wstrn Av 5/14 ATM A18K Eastlgh Ltle Frm PS 5/14 ATM A18J Old Danforth St Swr 5/14 ATM A18M Elmfield Rd Swr Impr 5/14 ATM A18G Main St Area Swr Imp 5/10 ATM A26B Technology Park Prop Acquisition Fees 5/15 ATM A14A 70K GVW Vactor#738 5/15 ATM A14B 11K Cab Service #721 5/15 ATM A14C 11K Cab Service #725 5/15 ATM A14D 12 Railway Sewer Alig 5/15 ATM A14E Meter Replac FY16 5/15 ATM A14F Sewer Improv FY16 5/15 ATM A14G Pump Station Rplce FY 5/15 ATM A14H Evergreen St Dsgn & C 5/15 ATM A14I Shawmut Terrace Pump 5/15 ATM A14J Worcester Road Design 5/15 ATM A14K Lanewood Siphon Dsgn 5/15 ATM A14L Speen St Area Dsgn & 5/15 ATM A14M 18K Cab Closed Camera 5/14 ATM A18H Union Ave Swr Imprv 5/14 ATM A18D Swr Pump Statn FY15 5/14 ATM A18F Wavrly/Wnthrp Design 5/13 ATM A20D Baiting Brook Swr 5/13 ATM A20E Bethany Rd Sewer Impr 5/13 ATM A20F FY14 Sewer Main Replc 5/13 ATM A20G Speen St Force Main D 5/14 ATM A18A 11K Service Body#772 5/14 ATM A18B 60K Flusher #740 5/14 ATM A18C Wastewtr Master Plan 62 TREASURER/TAX COLLECTOR Memorial Building, Room 109| 508-532-5430 |treasurer@framinghamma.gov Carolyn Lyons, Treasurer/ Collector Cindi Page, Assistant Treasurer/Collector Daphney Bernier, Office Manager Joyce Li-Valte, Fiscal Supervisor-Cash Ross Netherton, Office Coordinator Rajni Sharma, Payroll Fiscal Supervisor Robin Nemeth, Administrative Assistant II Sara Beth Jerome, Customer Service Representative 2015 has been a very good yet busy year in the Treasurer/Collectors Office. This department has worked diligently to meet the requirements of the laws, and the needs of all the residents. We are an office of eight employees who strive to provide the best customer service and essential municipal service to all our residents and taxpayers. As always, I am indebted to my staff for the first-class job they do on my behalf as well as for the Town of Framingham residents. Annual collection amounts and percentages were as follows: Real Estate taxes collected totaled $161,068,485 (98%) and personal property taxes were $8,559,140 (99%). Excise tax collections totaled $7,539,841 (88%). Excise tax is collected on a calendar year basis , which is reflected in the lower collection percentage. Tax Title collections were $850,815. We have continued to work hard on the collection of delinq u en t taxes a n d to work with t h e s e r e s i d e n t s in resolving the issues they have faced which put them into Tax Title. We have implemented the use of credit/debit card swipe machines in our office and continue to promote our web-based online biller and payment services in the Tax Collectors Office to improve customer service. Earnings on general fund investments for the year totaled $690,417.94. Even though the bank rates remain low, we continue to monitor the bank rates to maximize our earnings. The Town's Bond Rating is currently at Aa2 with a stabilized outlook issued by Moody's Rating Service. This rating is the third highest rating in their system. Moody's also rated the BANs at MIG1 which is the highest rating for short term borrowing instruments. Moody's cited the Town’s financial position with stable cash balances, a sizeable and expanding tax base with above average wealth indicators and manageable debt and pension burden as positive credit factors. The Town issued a bond anticipation note (BAN) in 2015, awarded to Century Bank, in the amount of $4,417,913 with a net interest rate (NIC) of .4735% including a premium of $12,149. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 63 The Town issued a bond for $43,668,000 awarded to Citigroup Global Market, Inc. The interest rate (TIC) was 2.587% including a premium of $3,793,513.54. Additionally, the Town has financed $1,471,400 Water Bond and $479,407.50 Sewer Bond with an interest rate of 2% through the Mass Clean Water Trust. Per Town Bylaw, the Treasurer reports the information regarding authorized debt which is included in the schedules following this report. The first schedule shows what is authorized and un-issued as of June 30, 2015. The second schedule shows the debt issued and outstanding during Fiscal Year 2015. I would like to thank my staff for their hard work and professionalism. I would also like to thank the Accounting and Assessors Department, CFO and her Staff, the Payroll Department and Technology Services for all the help they have given my staff and myself over the year. Respectfully Yours, Carolyn Lyons Treasurer/Collector Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 64 City/Town/District of :Town of Framingham FY2015 Long Term Debt Inside the Debt Limit Outstanding July 1, 2014 + New Debt Issued - Retirements = Outstanding June 30, 2015 Interest Paid in FY2015 Buildings 12,532,838.08 0.00 1,513,880.29 11,018,957.79 482,515.15 Departmental Equipment 7,649,284.00 931,169.00 2,311,284.00 6,269,169.00 307,613.79 School Buildings 9,684,737.21 734,000.00 893,637.21 9,525,100.00 392,073.65 School - All Other 4,036,266.00 1,677,500.00 969,066.00 4,744,700.00 194,532.93 Sewer 52,922,169.34 2,492,812.00 3,102,050.91 52,312,930.43 1,155,942.48 Solid Waste 0.00 0.00 Other Inside 12,032,104.77 3,927,451.00 1,456,019.37 14,503,536.40 542,492.92 SUB - TOTAL Inside $98,857,399.40 $9,762,932.00 $10,245,937.78 $98,374,393.62 $3,075,170.92 Long Term Debt Outside the Debt Limit Outstanding July 1, 2014 + New Debt Issued - Retirements = Outstanding June 30, 2015 Interest Paid in FY2015 Airport 0.00 Gas/Electric Utility 0.00 Hospital 0.00 School Buildings 10,645,000.00 0.00 2,509,000.00 8,136,000.00 300,677.50 Sewer 14,887,628.00 16,261,211.50 932,628.00 30,216,211.50 754,480.24 Solid Waste 0.00 0.00 Water 42,690,893.00 3,085,554.00 3,429,581.00 42,346,866.00 1,385,314.18 Other Outside 193,627.00 38,627.00 155,000.00 7,217.53 SUB - TOTAL Outside $68,417,148.00 $19,346,765.50 $6,909,836.00 $80,854,077.50 $2,447,689.45 TOTAL Long Term Debt $167,274,547.40 $29,109,697.50 $17,155,773.78 $179,228,471.12 $5,522,860.37 I certify to the best of my knowledge that this information is complete and accurate as of this date. Treasurer:Date: I certify that long and short term debt as identified in this Statement of Indebtedness is in agreement with the general ledger controls in my department and are also reflected on the balance sheet. Accounting Officer:Date:________________ Delivery By U.S. Mail Phone/Fax FedEx, UPS, Other Delivery Public Finance Section (617) 626-2399 Public Finance Section Division of Local Services (617) 626-4110 Division of Local Services PO Box 9569 Fax (617) 626-3916 100 Cambridge St. Boston MA 02114-9569 Boston MA 02114 Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Division of Local Services -- Bureau of Accounts ~ Statement of Indebtedness Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) Short Term Debt Outstanding July 1, 2014 + Issued - Retired = Outstanding June 30, 2015 Interest Paid in FY2015 RANs - Revenue Anticipation 0.00 BANs - Bond Anticipation: Buildings 4,955,329.00 3,598,956.00 4,955,329.00 3,598,956.00 52,593.15 School Buildings 244,746.00 903,304.00 244,746.00 903,304.00 8,890.11 Sewer 31,949,208.00 16,929,095.00 29,640,500.00 19,237,803.00 263,048.54 Water 6,908,582.00 8,575,387.00 6,908,582.00 8,575,387.00 66,399.70 Other BANs 2,592,693.00 7,540,091.00 2,592,693.00 7,540,091.00 6,065.51 SANs - State Grant Anticipation 0.00 FANs - Federal Gr. Anticipation 0.00 Other Short Term Debt 2,175,443.00 701,341.00 2,175,443.00 701,341.00 0.00 TOTAL Short Term Debt $48,826,001.00 $38,248,174.00 $46,517,293.00 $40,556,882.00 $396,997.01 GRAND TOTAL All Debt $216,100,548.40 $67,357,871.50 $63,673,066.78 $219,785,353.12 $5,919,857.38 Authorized and Unissued Debt Purpose Date of Vote Article Number Amount Authorized - Issued - Retired - Rescined = Unissued 6/30/2015 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SRF 2958 04/25/06 30 KK 3,104,000.00 2,768,413.00 335,587.00 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump 04/24/07 51 J 8,009,800.00 7,346,266.00 663,534.00 4/08 ATM A46B Grove St Water Pump S 04/29/08 A46B 2,869,836.17 2,220,000.17 649,836.00 4/08 ATM A46F Prospect St Wtr Main 04/29/08 A46F 3,000,000.00 2,275,000.00 725,000.00 4/08 ATM A46J N Concord St Wtr Desi 04/29/08 A46J 600,000.00 200,000.00 400,000.00 4/08 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well React 04/29/08 A46K 2,830,400.00 2,532,400.00 298,000.00 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave/Main St Dsg 04/29/08 A46O 320,000.00 235,000.00 85,000.00 4/08 ATM A46R Edmands Road Wtr Main 04/29/08 A46R 110,000.00 0.00 110,000.00 10/08 STM A22 188 Concord St Purcha 11/06/08 A22 1,750,000.00 0.00 1,750,000.00 4/09 ATM A39DD Network I 04/29/09 A39DD 250,535.00 239,500.00 11,035.00 4/09 ATM A40B Birch Rd W 04/29/09 A40B 40,337,900.00 2,190,020.00 38,147,880.00 4/09 ATM A40J Coburn St 04/29/09 A40J 1,540,000.00 1,502,409.00 37,591.00 4/09 ATM A41L Lakeview P 04/29/09 A41L 1,600,000.00 1,500,000.00 100,000.00Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 05/10 ATM A24C REPLACE ENGINE 7 PUMPER 05/04/10 A24C 325,000.00 325,000.00 0.00 05/10 ATM A25A N CONCORD ST WTR MN REPLACE 05/04/10 A25A 9,242,735.00 5,332,152.00 3,910,583.00 $47,224,046.00 SUB - TOTAL from additional sheet(s)$116,972,843.91 TOTAL Authorized and Unissued Debt $164,196,889.91 Please Complete Additional Sections if Needed Authorized and Unissued Debt - Additional Sheet(s) Purpose Date of Vote Article Number Amount Authorized - Issued - Retired - Rescined = Unissued 6/30/2015 05/10 ATM A25B GRANT & POND ST WTR MAIN REPLACE 05/04/10 A25B 6,263,000.00 5,866,982.00 396,018.00 05/10 ATM A25D GOODNOW WTR PUMP STATION 05/04/10 A25D 1,385,000.00 0.00 1,385,000.00 05/10 ATM A26A GRANT & POND ST SEWER REPLACE 05/04/10 A26A 6,503,010.00 4,274,924.00 2,228,086.00 05/10 ATM A26C SEWER SYST EVALUATION PHS 5(MPAT SWAP 5/22/14)05/04/10 A26C 62,255.41 62,255.41 04/11 ATM A31C MULTI HAZARD GAS METERS 04/26/11 A31C 25,549.00 25,549.00 0.00 04/11 ATM A31K BUTTERWORTH PHASE 1 -TENNIS LIGHTING 04/26/11 A31K 126,500.00 23,531.00 102,969.00 04/11 ATM A31M INGROUND FULE TANK MONITORING SYS REPLACE 04/26/11 A31M 29,562.00 29,556.00 6.00 04/11 ATM AQQ TOWN BUILDINGS 04/26/11 A31QQ 385,000.00 361,459.00 23,541.00 04/11 ATM A31TT MOBILE FIELD INSPECTIONS 04/26/11 A31TT 46,381.00 46,381.00 0.00 04/11 ATM A31UU ASSET MANAGEMENT 04/26/11 A31UU 52,759.00 52,759.00 0.00 04/11 ATM A32F DOWNTOWN WATER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 04/26/11 A32F 2,680,000.00 1,687,458.00 992,542.00 04/11 ATM A33D DOWNTOWN SEWER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 04/26/011 A33D 1,765,000.00 1,100,000.00 665,000.00 04/11 ATM A33E TECHNOLOGY PARK SEWER INTERCEPTOR 04/26/11 A33E 800,000.00 700,000.00 100,000.00 04/11 ATM A33F N. FRAM PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT 04/26/11 A33F 6,310,000.00 5,567,896.00 742,104.00 04/11 ATM A33H IRVING, HERBERT, LORING SEWER ASSESS DESIGN 04/26/11 A33H 390,000.00 250,000.00 140,000.00 04/11 ATM A33J WORC RD PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT 04/26/11 A33J 1,925,000.00 1,300,000.00 625,000.00 5/12 ATM A31B Design Library Renova 4/24/212 A31B 40,000.00 0.00 40,000.00 5/12 ATM A31F Plygrnd Safety Mulch1 4/24/212 A31F 29,550.00 29,340.00 210.00 5/12 ATM A31H Arena Repairs 4/24/212 A31H 65,433.00 60,453.00 4,980.00 5/12 ATM A31I Emergency Generator 1 4/24/212 A31I 53,560.00 (500.00)54,060.00 5/12 ATM A31O 72K Refuse Packer 511 4/24/212 A31O 259,500.00 259,500.00 0.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/12 ATM A31BB Mem Bldg Fire Supr D 4/24/212 A31BB 50,000.00 50,000.00 0.00 5/12 ATM A31CC Village Hall Boiler 4/24/212 A31CC 83,030.00 83,030.00 0.00 5/12 ATM A31DD Maynard Bldg Drainag 4/24/212 A31DD 135,000.00 135,000.00 0.00 5/12 ATM A32A Irving Loring Herbert 4/24/212 A32A 1,791,590.00 740,000.00 1,051,590.00 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 4/24/212 A32C 3,214,000.00 2,458,000.00 756,000.00 5/12 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 4/24/212 A33A 550,000.00 145,000.00 405,000.00 5/12 ATM A33E Hancock Lane Pump Eli 4/24/212 A33E 804,666.00 45,000.00 759,666.00 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St 4/24/212 A33F 2,400,000.00 2,278,529.00 121,471.00 5/12 ATM A33I Irving, Herbert, Lori 4/24/212 A33I 2,475,000.00 1,639,000.00 836,000.00 5/12 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor 4/24/212 A33J 1,178,000.00 1,082,000.00 96,000.00 05/13 STM A1 McAuliffe Branch Library 05/08/13 A18A 7,988,329.00 4,276,560.00 3,711,769.00 05/13 ATM A18B DOWNTOWN PARKING METER IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT 05/07/13 A18B 89,877.00 0.00 89,877.00 05/13 ATM A18C PEARL ST GARAGE REPAIRS 05/07/13 A18C 218,000.00 218,000.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18E PHASE 1 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING REPLACEMENT 05/07/13 A18E 113,360.00 112,764.00 596.00 05/13 ATM A18G ZAMBONI 05/08/13 A18G 124,609.00 124,609.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18I TORO GROUNDMASTER 580-D 4X4 05/08/13 A18I 101,223.00 101,223.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18J F350 4X4 CREW CAB PICK UP 10,000 GVW 05/08/13 A18J 42,640.00 42,640.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18L CUSHING MEMORIAL PARK PHASE 5-CHILDRENS GROVE PLAY 05/08/13 A18L 665,000.00 205,000.00 460,000.00 05/13 ATM A18N SAXONVILLE LEVEE PUMP STATION IMPROV DESIGN 05/08/13 A18N 150,000.00 30,000.00 120,000.00 05/13 ATM A18O CAMPELLO RD DRAIN RELIEF SYS & CHERRY ST HDWL REPAIR 05/08/13 A18O 360,000.00 60,000.00 300,000.00 05/13 ATM A18P NPDES PERMIT PLANNING / PREPARATION 05/08/13 A18P 50,000.00 50,000.00 05/13 ATM A18R TRANSFER STATION DEMOLITION CONCEPT DESIGN 05/08/13 A18R 80,000.00 36,500.00 43,500.00 05/13 ATM A18T REPLACEMENT OF A SIDEWALK TRACTOR WITH SNOW PLOW 05/08/13 A18T 156,100.00 150,000.00 6,100.00 05/13 ATM A18U REPLACE FRONT END LOADER 3CY SNW PLW #453 05/08/13 A18U 86,900.00 86,900.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18V SANDER BDY WTH/ CMPSPREAD & CALCIUM CNTRLS # 421A 05/08/13 A18V 40,480.00 40,474.00 6.00 05/13 ATM A18Z REPLACE 68K GVW CAB & CHASSSIS W/ROLLOF FRAME #519 05/08/13 A18Z 201,300.00 201,300.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18AA REPLACE 2005 72K GVW CAB REFUSE PKR # 514 05/08/13 A18AA 321,500.00 321,500.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18 BB MSBA FEASIBILITY STUDY 05/08/13 A18BB 400,000.00 400,000.00 05/13 ATM A18NN TRAFFIC CALMING PROGRAM 05/08/13 A18NN 200,000.00 155,700.00 44,300.00 05/13 ATM A18OO PUBLIC SAFETY SERVER REPLACEMENT 05/08/13 A18OO 88,900.00 88,900.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A18QQ ARCHIVED DOCUMENT SCANNING -2ND PHASE 05/08/13 A18QQ 237,138.00 50,000.00 187,138.00 05/13 ATM A18SS RENOVATE ATHENAEUM HALL CONCORD ST 05/08/13 A18SS 180,000.00 140,000.00 40,000.00Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 05/13 ATM A18TT VILLAGE HALL BASE BLDG IMPROVEMENTS 05/09/13 A18TT 200,000.00 35,000.00 165,000.00 05/13 ATM A19C BETHANY RD & WINTHROP/WAVERLY INTERSEC IMPROVEMENTS 05/09/13 A19C 855,000.00 572,000.00 283,000.00 05/13 ATM A19D WARREN RD & PRINDIVILLE WATER MAIN 05/09/13 A19D 2,990,000.00 524.00 2,989,476.00 05/13 ATM A19F WATER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 2014 05/09/13 A19F 300,000.00 165,169.00 134,831.00 05/13 ATM A19G WATER HYDRANT & GATE VALVE REPLACE 2014 05/09/13 A19G 200,000.00 200,000.00 0.00 05/13 ATM A20B TRAILER MOUNTED GENERATORS 05/09/13 A20B 131,000.00 126,120.00 4,880.00 05/13 ATM A20C WORC RD PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT CONSTRUCTION 05/09/13 A20C 17,220,000.00 2,000,000.00 15,220,000.00 05/13 ATM A20D BAITING BROOK SEWER IMPROVEMENTS 05/09/13 A20D 6,563,000.00 295,000.00 6,268,000.00 05/13 ATM A20E BETHANY RD & WINTHROP/WAVERLY INTERS SWR IMPROVE 05/09/13 A20E 1,240,000.00 560,000.00 680,000.00 05/13 ATM A20F SEWER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 2014 05/09/13 A20F 300,000.00 221,788.00 78,212.00 5/14 ATM A16A Replace Engine 5 04/29/14 A16A 570,981.00 570,981.00 5/14 ATM A16B Protive Clothing P#2 04/29/14 A16B 113,360.00 113,360.00 5/14 ATM A16C Pick-up Signal Div 04/29/14 A16C 57,695.00 57,137.00 558.00 5/14 ATM A16D RFID Coll Security 04/29/14 A16D 194,560.00 12,000.00 182,560.00 5/14 ATM A16E Edwards Cemetery Road 04/29/14 A16E 126,975.00 106,000.00 20,975.00 5/14 ATM A16F Callahan Sr Ctr Ent 04/29/14 A16F 138,612.00 138,612.00 5/14 ATM A16G Ford F650 J-Hook 04/29/14 A16G 67,245.00 67,245.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16H F350 4x4 Crew Cab Pi 04/29/14 A16H 43,665.00 41,710.00 1,955.00 5/14 ATM A16I F350 4x4 Regular Cab 04/29/14 A16I 39,155.00 37,395.00 1,760.00 5/14 ATM A16J Mary Denson/Skate Ds 04/29/14 A16J 60,000.00 60,000.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16K Emer Generator P#2 04/29/14 A16K 349,000.00 127,000.00 222,000.00 5/14 ATM A16L 15 Drain Sys Wtr Qlt 04/29/14 A16L 175,000.00 16,000.00 159,000.00 5/14 ATM A16M Fuel Islnd Wstrn Ave 04/29/14 A16M 16,150.00 16,150.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16N FY15 Roadway Imprvmn 04/29/14 A16N 4,000,000.00 3,500,000.00 500,000.00 5/14 ATM A16O FY15 Traffic Calming 04/29/14 A16O 200,000.00 30,000.00 170,000.00 5/14 ATM A16P 4Wd Pickup #402 04/29/14 A16P 46,550.00 42,067.00 4,483.00 5/14 ATM A16Q 15k Rack Truck #409 04/29/14 A16Q 73,300.00 44,092.00 29,208.00 5/14 ATM A16R18K 4wd Dump #411 04/29/14 A16R 67,350.00 67,350.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16S Mntd Snow Blowr#451A 04/29/14 A16S 92,000.00 91,980.00 20.00 5/14 ATM A16T 3.5 CY Loader #452 04/29/14 A16T 242,650.00 14,000.00 228,650.00 5/14 ATM A16U FY15 Sidewalk/Access 04/29/14 A16U 200,000.00 200,000.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16V 6 Cy Spreader #422A 04/29/14 A16V 40,480.00 37,085.00 3,395.00 5/14 ATM A16W Sidewalk Tractor#464 04/29/14 A16W 167,400.00 136,021.00 31,379.00 5/14 ATM A16X 40K Dump #421 04/29/14 A16X 215,800.00 196,450.00 19,350.00Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/14 ATM A16Y 6 CY Spreader #421A 04/29/14 A16Y 40,800.00 35,965.00 4,835.00 5/14 ATM A16Z Catch Basin Clnr449 04/29/14 A16Z 269,360.00 269,360.00 5/14 ATM A16AA Refuse Clctn Carts 04/29/14 A16AA 1,000,000.00 899,900.00 100,100.00 5/14 ATM A16AB 4 Packers 511-514 04/29/14 A16AB 1,337,440.00 1,260,000.00 77,440.00 5/14 ATM A16AC Technology Upgrades 04/29/14 A16AC 950,000.00 923,000.00 27,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AD King Schl Elevator 04/29/14 A16AD 320,188.00 80,000.00 240,188.00 5/14 ATM A16AE DDC Energy Consrvtn 04/29/14 A16AE 235,000.00 164,500.00 70,500.00 5/14 ATM A16AF Furniture Rplce P#1 04/29/14 A16AF 300,000.00 168,000.00 132,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AG Asbestos Flr Tile#2 04/29/14 A16AG 370,000.00 370,000.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16AH Food Srvcs Equip P1 04/29/14 A16AH 140,000.00 55,000.00 85,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AI Stpltn Rpntng Dsgn 04/29/14 A16AI 48,000.00 48,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AJ Paving/Stormwter 15 04/29/14 A16AJ 600,000.00 590,000.00 10,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AK ADA Upgrades FY15 04/29/14 A16AK 300,000.00 200,000.00 100,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AL HVAC Replace FY15 04/29/14 A16AL 400,000.00 99,000.00 301,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AM Mechl Elct Plumb 15 04/29/14 A16AM 150,000.00 118,000.00 32,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AN Rack Truck/Lift Gat 04/29/14 A16AN 37,500.00 37,378.00 122.00 5/14 ATM A16AO Utility Body Truck 04/29/14 A16AO 43,000.00 43,000.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16AP Utility Body Truck 04/29/14 A16AP 45,000.00 44,963.00 37.00 5/14 ATM A16AQ Athl Equip Storage 04/29/14 A16AQ 57,500.00 57,500.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16AR Fire Mobile Data 04/29/14 A16AR 78,375.00 66,500.00 11,875.00 5/14 ATM A16AS Data Warehouse 04/29/14 A16AS 145,789.00 145,789.00 5/14 ATM A16AT Archived Doc Scan#3 04/29/14 A16AT 275,949.00 83,000.00 192,949.00 5/14 ATM A16AU Comp Server Room Up 04/29/14 A16AU 293,000.00 293,000.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16AV Danforth SpcStdy P2 04/29/14 A16AV 52,500.00 17,100.00 35,400.00 5/14 ATM A17A 11K Service Body#614 04/29/14 A17A 55,000.00 54,687.00 313.00 5/14 ATM A17B 15K Dump #625 04/29/14 A17B 67,350.00 67,350.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A17C11K Service Body#601 04/29/14 A17C1 55,000.00 54,687.00 313.00 5/14 ATM A17D Mini Excavator #650 04/29/14 A17D 78,000.00 77,800.00 200.00 5/14 ATM A17E Main St Area Wtr Imp 04/29/14 A17E 3,325,000.00 1,471,400.00 1,853,600.00 5/14 ATM A17F Union Ave Wtr Mains 04/29/14 A17F 12,145,000.00 205,000.00 11,940,000.00 5/14 ATM A17H Wtr Impr Prjcts FY15 04/29/14 A17H 300,000.00 67,316.00 232,684.00 5/14 ATM A17I Speen & Cchtuate Wtr 04/29/14 A17I 640,000.00 55,000.00 585,000.00 5/14 ATM A17J Hydrant Valve FY15 04/29/14 A17J 200,000.00 55,000.00 145,000.00 5/14 ATM A17K Salem End Rd Wtr Mns 04/29/14 A17K 690,000.00 690,000.00 5/14 ATM A17L Dyer St Wtr Main 04/29/14 A17L 445,000.00 445,000.00 5/14 ATM A17M Fuel Islnd Wstrn Ave 04/29/14 A17M 16,150.00 16,150.00 0.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/14 ATM A18A 11K Service Body#772 04/29/14 A18A 55,000.00 54,240.00 760.00 5/14 ATM A18B 60K Flusher #740 04/29/14 A18B 323,194.00 323,194.00 5/14 ATM A18C Wastewtr Master Plan 04/29/14 A18C 250,000.00 50,000.00 200,000.00 5/14 ATM A18D Swr Pump Statn FY15 04/29/14 A18D 400,000.00 110,000.00 290,000.00 5/14 ATM A18F Wavrly/Wnthrp Design 04/29/14 A18F 1,400,000.00 600,000.00 800,000.00 5/14 ATM A18G Main St Area Swr Imp 04/29/14 A18G 866,000.00 479,407.50 386,592.50 5/14 ATM A18H Union Ave Swr Imprv 04/29/14 A18H 1,880,000.00 91,000.00 1,789,000.00 5/14 ATM A18I Sewer Imprvmnt FY15 04/29/14 A18I 300,000.00 149,000.00 151,000.00 5/14 ATM A18J Old Danforth St Swr 04/29/14 A18J 700,000.00 10,000.00 690,000.00 5/14 ATM A18K Eastlgh Ltle Frm PS 04/29/14 A18K 810,000.00 4,400.00 805,600.00 5/14 ATM A18L Fuel Islnd Wstrn Av 04/29/14 A18L 16,150.00 16,150.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A18M Elmfield Rd Swr Impr 04/29/14 A18M 1,585,000.00 10,000.00 1,575,000.00 5/14 ATM A18N Hop Brook Swr Ralgnm 04/29/14 A18N 420,000.00 2,500.00 417,500.00 10/14 STM A17 Mary Dennision Park Testing & Rememdiaiton 10/21/14 A17 180,000.00 59,108.00 120,892.00 5/15 ATM A12A Thermal Imaging Camer 04/28/15 A12A 68,450.00 68,450.00 5/15 ATM A12B Prtive Clothing P#3 04/28/15 A12B 121,280.00 121,280.00 5/15 ATM A12C Rplc SCBA Air Comprsr 04/28/15 A12C 57,708.00 57,708.00 5/15 ATM A12D Oprt & Perfor Mgt Sft 04/28/15 A12D 150,000.00 150,000.00 5/15 ATM A12E Cypress St Woodland I 04/28/15 A12E 250,000.00 250,000.00 5/15 ATM A12F Loring Arena Renovati 04/28/15 A12F 5,660,000.00 5,660,000.00 5/15 ATM A12G F350 4x4 Crew 10K GVW 04/28/15 A12G 41,000.00 41,000.00 5/15 ATM A12H M Dennison Pk Remedia 04/28/15 A12H 600,000.00 600,000.00 5/15 ATM A12I Animal Control Vehicl 04/28/15 A12I 62,390.00 62,390.00 5/15 ATM A12J Pub Safety Tech & Mai 04/28/15 A12J 87,000.00 87,000.00 5/15 ATM A12K Pedestrian Safety 04/28/15 A12K 73,140.00 73,140.00 5/15 ATM A12L Salem End Rd Bridge D 04/28/15 A12L 125,000.00 125,000.00 5/15 ATM A12M Fountain St Design 04/28/15 A12M 190,000.00 190,000.00 5/15 ATM A12N Union Ave Roadway 04/28/15 A12N 510,000.00 510,000.00 5/15 ATM A12O Landham Pond Dam Desi 04/28/15 A12O 230,000.00 230,000.00 5/15 ATM A12P Traffic Calming 2016 04/28/15 A12P 200,000.00 200,000.00 5/15 ATM A12Q 6 CY Material Spreade 04/28/15 A12Q 40,480.00 40,480.00 5/15 ATM A12R 11k GVW 4WD Cab & Cha 04/28/15 A12R 58,235.00 58,235.00 5/15 ATM A12S 11k GVW 4wd Cab & Cha 04/28/15 A12S 58,235.00 58,235.00 5/15 ATM A12T Backhoe/Loader #450 04/28/15 A12T 141,170.00 141,170.00 5/15 ATM A12U Roadway Improv FY2016 04/28/15 A12U 4,500,000.00 4,500,000.00 5/15 ATM A12V Drainage & H2O Qulty 04/28/15 A12V 150,000.00 150,000.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/15 ATM A12W 2-68K Packers/plow 04/28/15 A12W 629,000.00 629,000.00 5/15 ATM A12X Technology Upgrades 2 04/28/15 A12X 1,155,000.00 1,155,000.00 5/15 ATM A12Y Stapleton Schl Asbest 04/28/15 A12Y 325,000.00 325,000.00 5/15 ATM A12Z Schl Security Enhance 04/28/15 A12Z 290,000.00 290,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AA Food Service Equip F 04/28/15 A12A 145,000.00 145,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AB Mech Elec Plum FY16 04/28/15 A12A 150,000.00 150,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AC Curbs Sidwlks Ramps 04/28/15 A12A 150,000.00 150,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AD Heat Vent Air FY16 04/28/15 A12A 250,000.00 250,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AE Farley Schl Pool Are 04/28/15 A12A 1,207,388.00 1,207,388.00 5/15 ATM A12AF Schl Furniture FY16 04/28/15 A12A 300,000.00 300,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AG Utlty Truck Bldg Grn 04/28/15 A12A 55,000.00 55,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AH Cube Truck Food Serv 04/28/15 A12A 45,000.00 45,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AI Unified Computing Sy 04/28/15 A12A 206,707.00 206,707.00 5/15 ATM A12AJ Arch Doc Scan P#4 04/28/15 A12A 155,030.00 155,030.00 5/15 ATM A12AK Callahan Sr Ctr Roof 04/28/15 A12A 575,894.00 575,894.00 5/15 ATM A12AL Main Lib Alarm Rplcm 04/28/15 A12A 225,250.00 225,250.00 5/15 ATM A12AM Pol Dpt Boilers 04/28/15 A12A 185,000.00 185,000.00 5/15 ATM A12AN Site Slctn #2 Watson 04/28/15 A12A 75,000.00 75,000.00 5/15 ATM A13A 33K GVW Cab & Cha#643 04/28/15 A13A 150,823.00 150,823.00 5/15 ATM A13B 15K GVW Cab/Plow #609 04/28/15 A13B 80,550.00 80,550.00 5/15 ATM A13B 15K GVW Cab/Plow #606 04/28/15 A13B 80,550.00 80,550.00 5/15 ATM A13D Meter Replac FY16 04/28/15 A13D 502,000.00 502,000.00 5/15 ATM A13E Hydrant & Valve FY16 04/28/15 A13E 200,000.00 200,000.00 5/15 ATM A13F Water Improve FY16 04/28/15 A13F 300,000.00 300,000.00 5/15 ATM A13G Evergreen St Wtr Dsgn 04/28/15 A13G 3,160,000.00 3,160,000.00 5/15 ATM A13H Speen & Cochituate Wt 04/28/15 A13H 3,980,000.00 3,980,000.00 5/15 ATM A13I Worcester Rd Wtr Main 04/28/15 A13I 637,000.00 637,000.00 5/15 ATM A13J Arlington St Wtr Dsgn 04/28/15 A13J 430,000.00 430,000.00 5/15 ATM A13K Indian Head Wtr Tank 04/28/15 A13K 770,000.00 770,000.00 5/15 ATM A14A 70K GVW Vactor#738 04/28/15 A14A 460,385.00 460,385.00 5/15 ATM A14B 11K Cab Service #721 04/28/15 A14B 58,235.00 58,235.00 5/15 ATM A14C 11K Cab Service #725 04/28/15 A14C 80,550.00 80,550.00 5/15 ATM A14D 12 Railway Sewer Alig 04/28/15 A14D 9,810,000.00 9,810,000.00 5/15 ATM A14E Meter Replac FY16 04/28/15 A14E 502,000.00 502,000.00 5/15 ATM A14F Sewer Improv FY16 04/28/15 A14F 300,000.00 300,000.00 5/15 ATM A14G Pump Station Rplce FY 04/28/15 A14G 400,000.00 400,000.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/15 ATM A14H Evergreen St Dsgn & C 04/28/15 A14H 648,000.00 648,000.00 5/15 ATM A14I Shawmut Terrace Pump 04/28/15 A14I 1,100,000.00 1,100,000.00 5/15 ATM A14J Worcester Road Design 04/28/15 A14J 1,245,000.00 1,245,000.00 5/15 ATM A14K Lanewood Siphon Dsgn 04/28/15 A14K 206,500.00 206,500.00 5/15 ATM A14L Speen St Area Dsgn &04/28/15 A14L 1,410,000.00 1,410,000.00 5/15 ATM A14M 18K Cab Closed Camera 04/28/15 A14M 375,221.00 375,221.00 0.00 0.00 SUB -TOTAL Additional Sheet(s)$116,972,843.91 BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS, STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS DETAIL Long Term Debt Inside the Debt Limit Report by Issuance Outstanding July 1, 2014 + New Debt Issued - Retirements = Outstanding June 30, 2015 Interest Paid in FY2015 Mass Water Pollution Abate 6/95 32,331.79 32,331.79 (0.00)1,087.81 ATM97 A7 Hollis Street Fire Station 49,000.00 10,000.00 39,000.00 1,396.50 ATM97 A54 K Cameron Middle School 196,000.00 60,000.00 136,000.00 5,586.00 ATM99 A31F Underground tanks 344,000.00 71,000.00 273,000.00 9,804.00 MPAT Loan MWPAT CW 01-15 250,000.00 25,000.00 225,000.00 10,198.13 ATM03 A15H Roof Brophy Sc 79,000.00 8,800.00 70,200.00 3,422.00 Police Station A1A STM 8/91 43,860.47 43,860.47 0.00 1,480.30 So High Roof A9C ATM93 23,837.21 23,837.21 (0.00)804.50 Garage A20 STM 10/93 Town 68%213,962.80 213,962.80 0.00 7,221.25 Garage A20 STM 10/93 Water/Sewer 18.4%,13.6%42,792.56 42,792.56 0.00 1,444.25 Garage A20 STM 10/93 Water/Sewer 18.4%,13.6%57,895.81 57,895.81 0.00 1,953.98 Library Roof A49-4 ATM96 3,813.96 3,813.96 0.00 128.72 Athenaeum Hall A50-1 ATM96 23,837.21 23,837.21 0.00 804.50 ATM03 A15Q Roof Replacement 129,900.00 17,500.00 112,400.00 5,500.00 ATM04 A27 Tercentennial Park 9,950.00 5,000.00 4,950.00 298.50 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Walsh School 216,900.00 23,000.00 193,900.00 9,497.00 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Fuller School 186,300.00 23,000.00 163,300.00 8,051.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) ATM02 A21S Vaillencourt Pump 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 175.00 ATM04 A27 Tercentennial Park 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 350.00 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Fuller School 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 350.00 ATM04 A27 Sewer-Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 304,900.00 30,000.00 274,900.00 12,873.00 STM 10/03 A9 Senior Center 634,600.00 70,000.00 564,600.00 28,171.00 4/04 ATM A21M Walsh Roof Replacement (juniper hill)730,500.00 85,000.00 645,500.00 32,381.00 STM 3/00 High School Renovations 1,518,400.00 150,000.00 1,368,400.00 64,090.00 ATM04 A27 Sewer-Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 450.00 STM 10/03 A9 Senior Center 245,000.00 25,000.00 220,000.00 10,262.50 4/05 ATM A26B Vertical Handicap Lft 50,000.00 15,000.00 35,000.00 2,350.00 4/05 ATM A26G Maynard Stair & Walk 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 900.00 4/05 ATM A26T Replace Platform 1 170,000.00 85,000.00 85,000.00 7,650.00 4/05 ATM A26U Callahan Phase 2 Flr 210,000.00 20,000.00 190,000.00 8,787.50 4/05 ATM A26GG Hemenway Pump Statio 605,000.00 50,000.00 555,000.00 25,392.50 4/04 ATM A21M Walsh Roof Replacemnt 2,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 90.00 4/04 A21II Hemenway Pmp Station Rpl 60,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 2,700.00 4/04 ATM A21LL Bowditch Fld Rsrfcng 36,000.00 18,000.00 18,000.00 1,620.00 STM 10/03 A10 Tercent Park Phaze 2 75,000.00 10,000.00 65,000.00 3,050.00 4/05 ATM A26A Pedestrian Ramps 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 625.00 4/05 ATM A26D Stapleton Schl Roof 65,000.00 5,000.00 60,000.00 2,637.50 4/05 ATM A26F Rplce Emergncy Genrtr 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 625.00 4/05 ATM A26Q Sanitary Line Fuller 70,000.00 5,000.00 65,000.00 2,843.76 4/06 ATM A30A Engine 2 Fire Pumper 200,000.00 25,000.00 175,000.00 8,125.00 4/06 ATM A30 B Replace Station 2 Roof 18,000.00 2,000.00 16,000.00 730.00 4/06 ATM A30 C Communications Cabling 60,000.00 20,000.00 40,000.00 2,500.00 4/06 ATM A30 F McAuliffe Branch Renovation 22,000.00 3,000.00 19,000.00 895.00 4/06 ATM A30 H Vehicle replacement F550 Trash Compacter 35,000.00 5,000.00 30,000.00 1,425.00 4/06 ATM A30 I Vehicle replacement Kubota Tractor 12,000.00 2,000.00 10,000.00 490.00 4/06 ATM A30 J Basketball Resurfacing Dennison 28,000.00 5,000.00 23,000.00 1,125.00 4/06 ATM A30 K PC Mobile Laptops 45,000.00 15,000.00 30,000.00 1,875.00 4/06 ATM A30 O Multi-Purpose Sidewalk Tractor #471 40,000.00 5,000.00 35,000.00 1,625.00 4/06 ATM A30 P 68,000 GVW Refuse Packer with Plow #518 85,000.00 15,000.00 70,000.00 3,375.00 4/06 ATM A30 R 15,000 GVW 4WD Dump Body Truck #413 3,000.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 125.00 4/06 ATM A30 S Stapleton Roof Supplemental 70,000.00 10,000.00 60,000.00 2,762.50 4/06 ATM A30 T Final Stage Boiler Replacements, 5 Schools 275,000.00 25,000.00 250,000.00 11,175.00 4/06 ATM A30 W Dasher Board and Glass Replacement 80,000.00 10,000.00 70,000.00 3,250.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/07 ATM A51G East Fram Sewer 730,000.00 55,000.00 675,000.00 29,687.50 4/07 ATM A49A Accu-Vote Machin 40,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 1,650.00 04/07 ATM A49I MEMORIAL BLDG WINDOW REPLACE 235,000.00 15,000.00 220,000.00 9,037.50 4/07 ATM A49Y V#2 F550 Crew Ca 16,000.00 4,000.00 12,000.00 660.00 4/07 ATM A49Z V#3 F350 Ext Cab 11,000.00 3,000.00 8,000.00 455.00 4/07 ATM A49AA V#4 F650 Dump 2 20,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 825.00 4/07 ATM A49BB Comm Center Upg 20,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 825.00 4/07 ATM A49DD Roadway Improve 180,000.00 45,000.00 135,000.00 7,425.00 4/07 ATM A49EE 40K GVW Dmp Bdy 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 1,950.00 4/07 ATM A49FF 70K GVW Dmp & P 45,000.00 5,000.00 40,000.00 1,825.00 4/07 ATM A49GG 40GVW Dump & Pl 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 1,950.00 4/07 ATM A49II 40K GVW Dump & 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 1,950.00 4/07 ATM A49JJ 8800 GVW Pickup 12,000.00 3,000.00 9,000.00 495.00 4/07 ATM A49KK 8800 Pickup & P 12,000.00 3,000.00 9,000.00 495.00 4/07 ATM A49MM 15k 4WD Cab Rac 31,000.00 4,000.00 27,000.00 1,280.00 04/07 ATM A49NN ROOF REPLACE TRANSFER STATIONS 1,2,3,4 90,000.00 10,000.00 80,000.00 3,431.26 4/07 ATM A49PP McCarthy School 310,000.00 25,000.00 285,000.00 12,600.00 4/07 ATM A49XX Frnt End Loader 70,000.00 10,000.00 60,000.00 2,850.00 4/07 ATM A49ZZ Sidewalk Access 20,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 825.00 4/07 ATM A50I 11 GVW Cab Chass 17,000.00 5,000.00 12,000.00 705.00 4/07 ATM A50J 11 GVW 4WD Utili 17,000.00 5,000.00 12,000.00 705.00 4/07 ATM A50K 11 GVW 4W Cab Ut 17,000.00 5,000.00 12,000.00 705.00 4/07 ATM A50L 11 GVW 4W Cab Ut 17,000.00 5,000.00 12,000.00 705.00 4/07 ATM A50P 11GVW 4wd Utilit 17,000.00 5,000.00 12,000.00 705.00 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S 700,000.00 50,000.00 650,000.00 28,437.50 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump 700,000.00 50,000.00 650,000.00 28,437.50 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SRF 2958 CW-06-26 1,822,538.84 113,940.63 1,708,598.21 35,311.37 4/06 ATM A30 L Stormwater Planning (Beaver Dam) SRF 2956 CW-06-21 220,894.77 13,809.37 207,085.40 4,279.80 4/06 ATM A30 II SSES SRF 2940 CW-06-22 288,669.69 18,046.96 270,622.73 5,592.93 4/06 ATM A30 MM Water St. Sewer Replacement SRF 2957 CW-06-25 4,690,510.49 293,238.83 4,397,271.66 90,877.82 4/05 ATM A26A Pedestrian Ramps 4,000.00 1,000.00 3,000.00 162.50 4/05 ATM A26P Bowditch Athletic Cmp 4,000.00 1,000.00 3,000.00 162.50 4/06 ATM A30 A Engine 2 Fire Pumper 19,000.00 4,000.00 15,000.00 800.00 4/06 ATM A30 C Communications Cabling 75,000.00 20,000.00 55,000.00 3,000.00 4/06 ATM A30 D Memorial Building Boiler Replacement 580,000.00 45,000.00 535,000.00 24,862.50 4/06 ATM A30 E Pearl Street Garage T truss Caulking 10,000.00 1,000.00 9,000.00 416.26 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/06 ATM A30 F McAuliffe Branch Renovation 15,000.00 2,000.00 13,000.00 628.76 4/06 ATM A30 K PC Mobile Laptops 2,000.00 2,000.00 0.00 60.00 4/06 ATM A30 V Tercentennial Park Phase 3 100,000.00 12,000.00 88,000.00 4,141.26 2/07 STM A5 Fuller Audtrium Ce 238,000.00 17,000.00 221,000.00 10,221.26 4/07 ATM A18 Vllge Hll,Edgl Li 220,000.00 16,000.00 204,000.00 9,435.00 4/07 ATM A49D Main Libr Rest &46,000.00 4,000.00 42,000.00 1,966.26 4/07 ATM A49E Replace SCBA Uni 205,000.00 30,000.00 175,000.00 8,575.00 4/07 ATM A49F Replace Engine 3 270,000.00 40,000.00 230,000.00 11,300.00 4/07 ATM A49K Nevins Hall Stag 205,000.00 15,000.00 190,000.00 8,787.50 4/07 ATM A49T Callahan Phase 3 (10/03 A9 Senior Ctr)306,000.00 36,000.00 270,000.00 12,933.76 4/07 ATM A49X Winch Grandstand 92,000.00 11,000.00 81,000.00 3,823.76 4/07 ATM A49BB Comm Center Upg 135,000.00 30,000.00 105,000.00 5,625.00 4/07 ATM A49EE 40K GVW Dmp Bdy 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 1,262.50 4/07 ATM A49GG 40GVW Dump & Pl 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 1,262.50 4/07 ATM A49HH 35K GVW Aerial 80,000.00 20,000.00 60,000.00 3,337.50 4/07 ATM A49II 40K GVW Dump & 25,000.00 5,000.00 20,000.00 1,062.50 4/07 ATM A49LL 68K Refuse Pack 120,000.00 15,000.00 105,000.00 4,987.50 4/07 ATM A49MM 15k 4WD Cab Rac 1,000.00 1,000.00 0.00 30.00 4/07 ATM A49OO Fuller Auditori 42,000.00 3,000.00 39,000.00 1,803.76 4/07 ATM A49XX Frnt End Loader 7,000.00 1,000.00 6,000.00 292.50 4/07 ATM A49YY Thayer Campus P 70,000.00 5,000.00 65,000.00 3,006.26 4/08 ATM A15 Edgl Lib Acdemy Vill R 433,000.00 32,000.00 401,000.00 18,546.26 04/08 ATM A44A COMBINED TWN BLDGS 1, 2,295,000.00 20,000.00 275,000.00 11,312.50 04/08 ATM A44B REPLCE RESCUE TRUCK 1 130,000.00 130,000.00 0.00 3,900.00 04/08 ATM A44E BOWDITCH MASTER PLANS 1,2,3 6,200,000.00 565,000.00 5,635,000.00 233,975.00 4/08 ATM A44G Police Locker Room 31,000.00 6,000.00 25,000.00 1,282.50 04/08 ATM A44H PRISONER PROCESSING 1, 2 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 300.00 4/08 ATM A44M Refuse Packer & Plow 130,000.00 15,000.00 115,000.00 5,400.00 4/08 ATM A46A 4Wheel Drive C&C/Plw 614 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 562.50 4/08 ATM A46H 4Wd C&C Utility Bdy/P 603 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 562.50 04/08 ATM A 47J SEWER SYST EVAL PHASE 3 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 700.00 4/07 ATM A51F Sewer Sys Evalua CW-07-25 345,155.32 19,929.31 325,226.01 MPAT Nov 6, 2003/05 CW-02-24 180,969.58 14,287.07 166,682.51 8,471.39 ATM01 A25Q Park St Drainage 246,000.00 18,000.00 228,000.00 8,180.00 ATM02 A21S Vaillencourt Pump 41,000.00 3,000.00 38,000.00 1,572.50 10/04 STM A13 High School Prog 1,464,000.00 113,000.00 1,351,000.00 56,026.26 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SRF 2958 95,000.00 6,000.00 89,000.00 3,657.50 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump CW 07 27MWPAT 223,544.56 12,908.26 210,636.30 4,341.98 04/09 ATM A39A MCAULIFFE LIBRARY RENOVATIONS 50,000.00 5,000.00 45,000.00 1,875.00 04/09 ATM 39B FIRE RADIO COMM UPGRADE 55,000.00 55,000.00 0.00 1,650.00 04/09 ATM A39D MEM BLDG UPGRADE MACHINES RM 1, 11 60,000.00 10,000.00 50,000.00 2,225.00 04/09 ATM 39E REPLACE HEATING PIPES 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 150.00 04/09 ATM A39F MAYNARD/MEM BLDG IMPROVES 1, 11 1,315,000.00 80,000.00 1,235,000.00 50,687.50 4/09 ATM A39G F350 Stak__7,000.00 7,000.00 0.00 210.00 04/09 ATM A39H CUSHING MEMORIAL PARK 155,000.00 15,000.00 140,000.00 5,856.26 04/09 ATM A39I LORING INFRARED SPECTATOR HEATING 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 600.00 04/09 ATM A39K COMMUN UPGRADE FRAM HIGH 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 150.00 4/09 ATM A39J Plygrd Equ__6,000.00 6,000.00 0.00 180.00 4/09 ATM A39L 15K Dump__18,000.00 18,000.00 0.00 540.00 04/09 ATM39M RRC ROOF REPLACEMENT SUPPL 85,000.00 5,000.00 80,000.00 3,281.26 04/09 ATM A39N MECHANICAL REPAIRS TO HIGHWAY LOADER 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 300.00 4/09 ATM A39O Roadway Im__450,000.00 75,000.00 375,000.00 18,937.50 04/09 ATM A39P SIDEWALK ACCESSABILTIY IMPROVEMENTS 60,000.00 10,000.00 50,000.00 2,200.00 4/09 ATM A39Q Refuse Pck__44,000.00 44,000.00 0.00 1,320.00 04/09 ATM A39X IP PHONE & SECURITY SYS SCHOOL DIST 210,000.00 210,000.00 0.00 6,300.00 04/09 ATM A 39Y DDC ENERGY CONSERV CNTRLS 155,000.00 10,000.00 145,000.00 5,950.00 4/09 ATM A39Z Undergrnd__ TANK REMOVAL 57,000.00 27,000.00 30,000.00 1,982.50 4/09 ATM A39AA Emrgy Gen__29,000.00 29,000.00 0.00 870.00 4/09 ATM A39BB ADA Upgrd__240,000.00 15,000.00 225,000.00 9,243.76 4/09 ATM A39CC Brck Wl F__ FULLER MIDDLE SCHOOL 26,000.00 7,000.00 19,000.00 967.50 4/09 ATM A40A 15k Servic__5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 150.00 04/09 ATM 40G RTE 9 WATER REPLACE 225,000.00 225,000.00 0.00 6,750.00 4/09 ATM A41A Backhoe__25,000.00 25,000.00 0.00 750.00 4/09 ATM A41B 15 Body__4,000.00 4,000.00 0.00 120.00 4/09 ATM A41C Utility__14,000.00 14,000.00 0.00 420.00 04/09 ATM A41H SCADA YEAR 3 85,000.00 85,000.00 0.00 2,550.00 04/09 ATM A41K RTE 9 SEWER REPLACEMENT DESIGN 110,000.00 110,000.00 0.00 3,300.00 4/07 ATM A49B Main Lib Door & 28,000.00 3,000.00 25,000.00 1,062.50 4/07 ATM A49J Memorial Bldg St 146,000.00 12,000.00 134,000.00 5,637.50 4/07 ATM A49L Maynard Chimney 372,000.00 24,000.00 348,000.00 14,336.26 4/07 ATM A49P Old Sr Ctr Roof 26,000.00 3,000.00 23,000.00 992.50 4/07 ATM A49Q Maynard Window G 146,000.00 12,000.00 134,000.00 5,566.26 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/07 ATM A49R Maynard F&R Door 8,000.00 2,000.00 6,000.00 312.50 04/07 ATM A49S ADA PHASE 1 COMPLIANCE MUNI BLDGS 180,000.00 15,000.00 165,000.00 6,856.26 4/07 ATM A49PP McCarthy School 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 262.50 04/07 ATM 51F SEWER SYST EVAL PHASE 2 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 700.00 4/07 ATM A51K Herbert St Sewer CW-07-27 1,672,161.77 94,874.28 1,577,287.49 32,494.50 4/07 ATM A51K Herbert St Sewer (Amended 10/27/09)38,000.00 3,000.00 35,000.00 1,427.50 4/08 ATM A15 Edgl Lib Acdemy Vill R 37,000.00 3,000.00 34,000.00 1,435.00 4/08 ATM A44C Main Library Renovati 101,000.00 8,000.00 93,000.00 3,882.50 4/08 ATM A44D McAuliffe Lib Renvtn 52,000.00 4,000.00 48,000.00 2,001.26 05/10 ATM A8 RECYCLING BINS 285,000.00 145,000.00 140,000.00 9,950.00 05/10 ATM A24A REPLACE SHIFT COMMAND CRUISER 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 350.00 05/10 ATM A24B REPLACE TURNOUT GEAR 110,000.00 55,000.00 55,000.00 3,850.00 05/10 ATM A24E BOBCAT S185 SKID ST LOADER 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 700.00 05/10 ATM A24G POLICE COMM UPGRADE 65,000.00 10,000.00 55,000.00 2,450.00 05/10 ATM A24H ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 350,000.00 50,000.00 300,000.00 13,500.00 05/10 ATM A24J SANDER UNDERBODY SCRAPER 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 700.00 05/10 ATM A24K MAPLE ST CULVERT ST REPAIRS 155,000.00 10,000.00 145,000.00 5,956.26 05/10 ATM A24X MUNI DATA STOR UPGRADE 60,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 2,100.00 05/10 ATM A24O DDC ENERGY CNTRL PHASE 4 280,000.00 20,000.00 260,000.00 10,793.76 05/10 ATM A24P BARBIERI COOPER ROOF 155,000.00 10,000.00 145,000.00 5,956.26 05/10 ATM A24R ADA UPGRADES 250,000.00 15,000.00 235,000.00 9,637.50 05/10 ATM A24S SCHOOL TECH UPGRADES 50,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 1,750.00 05/10 ATM A24T SCHOOL BURNERS/BOILERS REPLACE 140,000.00 10,000.00 130,000.00 5,356.26 05/06 atm art 30mm & 05/07 atm art 51b Water St. Sewer Replacement Cw-06-25-A 1,322,596.76 66,169.47 1,256,427.29 25,790.24 05/09 ATM A 41D MWPAT CWS-09-17 EAST FRAMINGHAM SEWER IMPROVE 28,405,532.00 1,273,843.00 27,131,689.00 555,372.21 05/09 ATM A39W &41E MWPAT CWS-09-11 4,760,374.85 237,435.32 4,522,939.53 93,561.14 05/07 ATM A51J MWPAT CW 07 27 A 164,123.50 8,238.16 155,885.34 3,200.08 05/07 ATM A51J MWPAT CWS 07 27 A 2,648,993.62 132,249.90 2,516,743.72 51,657.20 05/08 ATM 47 J SSE MWPAT CW 09 29 269,459.87 13,452.04 256,007.83 5,254.68 MWPAT CW 09 30 4/09 ATM A41E Swr Eval 271,761.32 13,633.70 258,127.62 5,298.89 MWPAT CW 06 26A -4/06 A30KK Pump Stn Rpl SRF 105,781.41 6,638.61 99,142.80 2,049.24 04/08 ATM A46I GRANT ST WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT 110,000.00 10,000.00 100,000.00 4,231.26 04/08 ATM A46T POND ST WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT 200,000.00 25,000.00 175,000.00 7,612.50 05/10 ATM A 26A MWPAT CWP-10-18 Grant St 1,298,459.00 55,928.00 1,242,531.00 25,409.90 05/08 ATM 47J CW-08-26 503,763.00 21,698.00 482,065.00 9,858.28 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 05/09 ATM A41M MWRA LOAN Coburn St Water 254,959.65 84,986.55 169,973.10 6,703.81 MWPAT 07 25B 6,124.00 350.00 5,774.00 118.98 31747 4/07 ATM A49TT Web Content Mgt Syst 20,000.00 15,000.00 5,000.00 375.00 05/09 ATM ART 39T Pearl Harbor Dr Stormwater 90,000.00 5,000.00 85,000.00 2,950.00 05/09 ATM ART 39U Carter Drive Outfall Repair 105,000.00 10,000.00 95,000.00 3,325.00 05/09 ATM ART 39DD Network Infrastructure improvements 140,000.00 25,000.00 115,000.00 4,875.00 05/10 ATM 24C Replace Engine #7 165,000.00 55,000.00 110,000.00 4,675.00 05/10 ATM A24F PLAYGROUND 55,000.00 5,000.00 50,000.00 2,025.00 05/10 ATM A24I SIDEWALK/ACCESSABILITY 90,000.00 10,000.00 80,000.00 3,206.26 05/10 ATM A24L Wickford Road Bridge - Evaluation & Rehabilitation Design 60,000.00 20,000.00 40,000.00 1,700.00 05/10 ATM A24O DDC Energy Conserv ( Barbeiri School)25,000.00 5,000.00 20,000.00 825.00 05/10 ATM A24V Main Library Building Improvements 26,380.56 10,000.00 16,380.56 1,650.00 05/10 ATM A 24 LIBRARY GENERATOR 23,619.44 23,619.44 05/10 ATM A24W LIBRARY GARAGE IMPROVEMENTS 65,000.00 5,000.00 60,000.00 2,237.50 05/10 ATM A24N IP Phone & Security 272,000.00 92,000.00 180,000.00 7,680.00 05/10 ATM A24Q Barbeiri Elementary School 485,000.00 30,000.00 455,000.00 15,725.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31B REPLACE DEFIBRILATORS 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31D LIBRARY GARAGE REPAIRS 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31E LIBRARY WINDOW REPLACEMENT & REPAIRS 90,000.00 5,000.00 85,000.00 2,950.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31G LIBRARY DESIGN FOR HANDICAP 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31H F250 4x4 REG CAB PICKUP 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31J BEACH DOCK REPLACEMENT PHASE 1 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 1,075.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31L PC MOBILE LABTOP REPLACEMENT 110,000.00 40,000.00 70,000.00 3,050.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31M INGROUND FUEL TANK MONITORING SYST 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31O BRUSH CHIPPER # 481 75,000.00 25,000.00 50,000.00 2,125.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31P 4WD HD CAB & CHASSIS W/PICK UP BODY & PLOW # 402 30,000.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 850.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31Q 4WD HD CAB & CHASSIS W/PICK UP BODY & PLOW # 502 30,000.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 850.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31R 4WD HD CAB & CHASSIS W/ UTILITY BODY 35,000.00 15,000.00 20,000.00 925.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31S 15K GVW 4WD CAB & CHASSIS W/DUMP 30,000.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 850.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31T HEAVY DUTY 4WD CAB & CHASSIS W PICKUP 403 35,000.00 15,000.00 20,000.00 925.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31W SIDEWALK TRACTOR W SNOW PLOW & SNOW BLOWER 107,000.00 37,000.00 70,000.00 3,005.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31X 15000 GVW 4WD CAB & CHASSIS W DUMP BODY 410 47,000.00 17,000.00 30,000.00 1,305.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31Y ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 1,485,000.00 115,000.00 1,370,000.00 51,250.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31BB 40,000 GVW 4WD UNDERBIDY SCRAPER # 423 162,000.00 57,000.00 105,000.00 4,505.00Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/19/2011 ATM A31CC 2 WING PLOWS FOR EXISTING VEHICLES 32,000.00 12,000.00 20,000.00 880.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31FF HEAVY DUTY 4WD CAB & CHASSIS 51 30,000.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 850.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31HH DCC ENERGY CONSERV PROGRAM 360,000.00 20,000.00 340,000.00 11,800.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31MM ADA COMPLIANT PLAYGROUND 120,000.00 10,000.00 110,000.00 4,262.50 5/19/2011 ATM A31U 4000 GVW CAB & CHASSIS # 465 162,000.00 57,000.00 105,000.00 4,505.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31GG TECH UPGRADE THROUGHOUT DISTRICT 300,000.00 100,000.00 200,000.00 8,500.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31II ROOFTOP AHU'S & VENTILATION EQUIPMENT 220,000.00 15,000.00 205,000.00 7,275.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31KK PAVING REPLACEMENT-ALL SCHOOLS 410,000.00 35,000.00 375,000.00 14,000.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31LL NEW EMERGENCY GENERATOR 75,000.00 25,000.00 50,000.00 2,125.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31NN ADA NEW BATHROOM 3,000.00 3,000.00 0.00 45.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31OO CONSTRUCTION PARKING LOT BARBEIRI SCHOOL 150,000.00 15,000.00 135,000.00 5,050.00 05/10 ATM A 24M Beaver Dam Brook/Farm Pond Phase I - High Risk Structure Replacement 140,000.00 10,000.00 130,000.00 4,737.50 5/19/2011 ATM A31C REPLACE MULTIHAZARD GAS METERS 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31V SIDEWALK TRACTOR W SNOW PLOW & SNOW BLOWER 95,000.00 35,000.00 60,000.00 2,625.00 5/19/2011 ATM A31Z SIDEWALK ACCESS IMPROVE PHASE 2 135,000.00 15,000.00 120,000.00 4,550.00 05/03/2012 ATM A 31J SIDEWALK ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS 140,000.00 10,000.00 130,000.00 4,700.00 5/11 ATM A31SS Munis Financial Sys 67,415.00 17,415.00 50,000.00 2,674.15 5/11 ATM A31TT Mobile Field Inspec 31,000.00 11,000.00 20,000.00 1,110.00 5/11 ATM A31UU Asset Management 28,857.00 13,857.00 15,000.00 888.57 05/10 ATM A24F PLAYGROUND EQUIP/HANDICAP ACESS IMPRV PHS 2 5,175.00 5,175.00 0.00 51.75 05/10 ATM A24N IP PHONE & SECURITY SYST SCHOOL DISTRICR 181,058.00 46,058.00 135,000.00 7,210.58 5/11 ATM A31DD 78,000 GVW Cab and 241,237.00 66,237.00 175,000.00 9,412.37 5/12 ATM A31G F350 4X4 Maint Body 48,411.00 18,411.00 30,000.00 1,684.11 5/12 ATM A31K 15K GVW Dump & Plow 66,672.00 21,672.00 45,000.00 2,466.72 5/12 ATM A31L 4WD Platform, #409 54,832.00 19,832.00 35,000.00 1,948.32 5/12 ATM A31N 40K 4WD Dump #442 225,697.00 60,697.00 165,000.00 8,856.97 5/12 ATM A31P Front End Loader #521 217,000.00 57,000.00 160,000.00 8,570.00 5/13 A18PP Network Data Strge 117,949.00 17,949.00 100,000.00 5,179.49 4/08 ATM A15 Edgl Lib Acdemy Vill R 2,250.00 2,250.00 0.00 22.50 5/12 ATM A31E Town Building Securit 27,500.00 7,500.00 20,000.00 1,075.00 5/12 ATM A31BB Mem Bldg Fire Supr D 35,000.00 10,000.00 25,000.00 1,350.00 5/12 ATM A31CC Village Hall Boiler 82,780.00 7,780.00 75,000.00 3,315.30 5/13 A18A Enrgy Mgt Softwre 28,975.00 8,975.00 20,000.00 1,089.75 5/11 ATM A31M Inground Fuel Tank 3,500.00 3,500.00 0.00 35.00 5/11 ATM A31QQ Town Buildings 295,445.00 15,445.00 280,000.00 12,029.45Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/11 ATM A31QQ Town Buildings 47,419.00 7,419.00 40,000.00 2,074.19 5/11 ATM A31QQ Town Buildings 13,595.00 3,595.00 10,000.00 535.95 05/10 ATM A24C REPLACE ENGINE 7 PUMPER 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 550.00 5/11 ATM A31A Replace Ladder 3 Fir 975,000.00 245,000.00 730,000.00 38,950.00 5/12 ATM A31C Replace Fire Engine 1 550,000.00 140,000.00 410,000.00 21,900.00 05/10 ATM A24H ROADWAY IMPROV 2011 372,280.00 37,280.00 335,000.00 15,922.80 05/10 ATM A24L WICKFORD RD BRIDGE EVALUATION/REHAB 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 300.00 5/11 ATM A31N Stormwater Managemnt 200,000.00 55,000.00 145,000.00 7,800.00 5/11 ATM A31Y Roadway Improvements 93,930.00 13,930.00 80,000.00 3,770.56 5/12 ATM A31M Roadway Improv 2013 2,500,000.00 185,000.00 2,315,000.00 104,693.76 5/13 A18X FY14 Sidewalk Acces 200,000.00 15,000.00 185,000.00 8,512.50 5/11 ATM A31AA Front End Loader Mo 85,000.00 35,000.00 50,000.00 2,850.00 5/13 A18U 3CY Loader 71,950.00 16,950.00 55,000.00 2,919.50 5/13 A18V Sander Copusprd 31,985.00 11,985.00 20,000.00 1,119.85 05/10 ATM A24V MAIN LIBRARY BLDG IMPROV 86,493.00 11,493.00 75,000.00 3,577.43 5/12 ATM A31A Lib Handicap Ramp Con 425,000.00 25,000.00 400,000.00 17,562.50 10/12 STM A9 Lexington St Garage 615,000.00 45,000.00 570,000.00 25,843.76 4/09 ATM A39H Cushng Mem__2,000.00 2,000.00 0.00 20.00 5/11 ATM A31K Butterworth Phase 1 23,531.00 8,531.00 15,000.00 835.31 5/13 A18I Toro Grndmster 97,252.00 22,252.00 75,000.00 3,972.52 5/13 A18J F350 4X4 Crw Cb 41,685.00 11,685.00 30,000.00 1,616.85 5/13 A18K 8,800 GVW 40,632.00 10,632.00 30,000.00 1,606.32 5/12 ATM A31H Arena Repairs 32,070.00 12,070.00 20,000.00 1,120.70 5/13 A18MM Ford Expendition 33,579.00 13,579.00 20,000.00 1,135.79 5/12 ATM A31X Cisco UCM Upgrade 40,051.00 5,051.00 35,000.00 1,800.51 5/12 ATM A31X Cisco UCM Upgrade 4,518.00 4,518.00 0.00 45.18 5/12 ATM A31Y Virtual Environ Replc 60,162.00 10,162.00 50,000.00 2,601.62 5/12 ATM A31Z Archived Doc Scan P1 27,635.00 12,635.00 15,000.00 876.35 5/13 A18F Pick-up Rplc 49,590.00 14,590.00 35,000.00 1,895.90 5/11 ATM A31JJ ADA Upgrade to Curb 300,000.00 25,000.00 275,000.00 12,850.00 5/13 5/13 A18CC Tech Upgrd P3 500,000.00 70,000.00 430,000.00 22,200.00 5/13 A18DD DDC Energy Control 225,000.00 15,000.00 210,000.00 9,200.00 5/13 A18GG FY14 HVAC & AHU-MS 340,000.00 20,000.00 320,000.00 14,025.00 5/13 FY14 Mech Elc Plming 100,000.00 5,000.00 95,000.00 4,075.00 5/13 A18II Lawn Mower 96,000.00 21,000.00 75,000.00 3,960.00 5/13 A18JJ Dump Truck/Plow 48,695.00 13,695.00 35,000.00 1,886.95 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/13 A18KK Floor Tile Rplcmnt 745,000.00 40,000.00 705,000.00 30,575.00 5/13 A18LL Generator McCarthy 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 2,100.00 5/12 ATM A31Q Rooftop AHU Multi P#2 300,000.00 75,000.00 225,000.00 12,000.00 5/12 ATM A31R Mech, Elect, Plumb #1 150,000.00 40,000.00 110,000.00 5,900.00 5/12 ATM A31S ADA Upgrade toCurb #2 300,000.00 25,000.00 275,000.00 12,525.00 5/12 ATM A31T Technology Upgrades 2 136,313.00 21,313.00 115,000.00 5,963.13 5/12 ATM A31U Paving Stormwtr Study 35,000.00 10,000.00 25,000.00 1,350.00 5/12 ATM A31V Fuller/Farley Study 190,000.00 50,000.00 140,000.00 7,500.00 5/12 ATM A31W DDC Energy Cons Prgm 300,000.00 20,000.00 280,000.00 12,650.00 05/10 ATM A26C SEWER SYST EVALUATION PHS 5 CWP-10-17 314,125.59 13,530.51 300,595.08 6,614.12 5/19/2011 ATM A32E 40 GVW PLOW # 631 190,000.00 25,000.00 165,000.00 6,775.00 4/09 ATM A39DD Network I__10,000.00 10,000.00 236.11 5/11 ATM A31N Stormwater Managemnt 100,000.00 100,000.00 2,361.11 5/12 ATM A31E Town Building Securit 32,451.00 32,451.00 766.20 5/12 ATM A31F Plygrnd Safety Mulch1 26,340.00 26,340.00 621.92 5/13 A18D Arerail Bckt Truck 198,500.00 198,500.00 4,686.81 5/13 A18E Prtctve Cloth Rplcm 112,764.00 112,764.00 2,662.48 5/13 A18G Zamboni 120,935.00 120,935.00 2,855.41 5/13 A18I Toro Grndmster 3,945.00 3,945.00 93.15 5/13 A18K 8,800 GVW 285.00 285.00 6.73 5/13 A18W Rpair Shop Air Unit 26,000.00 26,000.00 613.89 5/13 A18S Log Loader Atch 68,000.00 68,000.00 1,605.56 5/13 A18T Sidewalk Tractor #4 150,000.00 150,000.00 3,541.67 5/13 A18U 3CY Loader 14,950.00 14,950.00 352.99 5/13 A18V Sander Copusprd 8,450.00 8,450.00 199.51 5/13 A18W FY14 Roadway Imprv 3,000,000.00 3,000,000.00 62,156.25 5/13 A18Z 68K Cab Chs Rolloff 201,000.00 201,000.00 4,745.83 5/13 A18OO Public Safety Srvr 85,000.00 85,000.00 2,006.94 5/14 ATM A16N FY15 Roadway Imprvmn 500,000.00 500,000.00 10,282.64 5/14 ATM A16U FY15 Sidewalk/Access 200,000.00 200,000.00 4,214.58 5/11 ATM A33E Technology Park Sewe 585,000.00 585,000.00 10,967.36 5/11 ATM A33H Irving, Herbert, Lor 197,692.00 197,692.00 3,788.21 5/11 ATM A33J Worcester Road Pumpi 1,200,000.00 1,200,000.00 22,412.85 5/13 A20A Rpair Shop Air Unit 26,000.00 26,000.00 613.89 5/13 A20B Trailer Generators 104,120.00 104,120.00 2,458.39 5/13 A20E Bethany Rd & Winthr 380,000.00 380,000.00 7,095.14 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/13 A18EE FY14 ADA Upgrades 144,000.00 144,000.00 2,942.53 5/13 A18FF FY14 Paving/Storm 700,000.00 700,000.00 14,668.40 5/14 ATM A16AC Technology Upgrades 470,000.00 470,000.00 11,097.25 5/14 ATM A16AE DDC Energy Consrvtn 100,000.00 100,000.00 1,903.65 5/14 ATM A16AF Furniture Rplce P#1 100,000.00 100,000.00 2,361.11 5/14 ATM A16AG Asbestos Flr Tile#2 270,000.00 270,000.00 5,253.47 5/14 ATM A16AJ Paving/Stormwter 15 350,000.00 350,000.00 7,248.61 5/14 ATM A16AK ADA Upgrades FY15 130,000.00 130,000.00 2,756.60 5/14 ATM A16AM Mechl Elct Plumb 15 90,000.00 90,000.00 1,741.32 5/14 ATM A16AQ Athl Equip Storage 57,500.00 57,500.00 1,357.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 TOTAL 98,857,399.40 9,762,932.00 10,245,937.78 98,374,393.62 3,075,170.92 $98,857,399.40 $9,762,932.00 $10,245,937.78 Must equal page 1 subtotal $3,075,170.92 $0.00 $0.00 $98,374,393.62 Long Term Debt Outside the Debt Limit Report by Issuance Outstanding July 1, 2014 + New Debt Issued - Retirements = Outstanding June 30, 2015 Interest Paid in FY2015 STM 4/97 A1 Woodrow Wilson 4,331,500.00 876,000.00 3,455,500.00 123,447.74 ATM99 A31A Cameron School 5,233,500.00 933,000.00 4,300,500.00 149,154.76 McCarthy School A1 STM 5/93 675,000.00 675,000.00 0.00 14,850.00 ATM01 Special Assessment Carter, Woodstock, Doeskin Drive 35,500.00 4,500.00 31,000.00 1,506.00 ATM02 A21Y Main Rehab/Reline 118,800.00 13,200.00 105,600.00 5,148.00 ATM01 Special Assessment Carter, Woodstock, Doeskin Drive ( wtr mains 1 mar 15 2004)791,900.00 80,000.00 711,900.00 34,830.50 ATM02 A21Y Main Rehab/Reline 88,150.00 8,950.00 79,200.00 3,876.50 ATM03 A15K Water Main Replacement 440,500.00 44,500.00 396,000.00 19,379.00 ATM04 A32 Doeskin Betterment 132,150.00 13,450.00 118,700.00 5,810.50 ATM04 A27 Water-Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 155,700.00 18,100.00 137,600.00 6,700.00 ATM04 A27 Water-Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 508,650.00 50,000.00 458,650.00 21,413.00 4/04 ATM 21O C&L Grove St Water Mains 101,600.00 10,000.00 91,600.00 4,289.00 4/04 ATM A21R Carter Dr Water Main Replacement 101,600.00 10,000.00 91,600.00 4,289.00 4/04 ATM A21Y Replacement Hydrants 40,000.00 40,000.00 0.00 1,400.00 4/04 ATM A21N Wtr Franklin St Ph II 96,900.00 96,900.00 0.00 4/04 ATM 21O C&L Grove St Water Mns 48,000.00 48,000.00 0.00 4/05 ATM A26EE Water Mains 399,820.00 199,910.00 199,910.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/04 ATM 21O C&L Grove St Water Mns 405,000.00 35,000.00 370,000.00 16,970.00 4/04 ATM A21Q Wtr Sytm Mngmnt Ph II 180,000.00 15,000.00 165,000.00 7,545.00 4/04 ATM A21R Carter Dr Wtr Mn Rplc 535,000.00 45,000.00 490,000.00 22,422.50 4/04 ATM A21Z Birch Rd Well Reactvt 29,000.00 17,000.00 12,000.00 1,280.00 4/05 ATM A26X Birch Road Well React 183,000.00 14,000.00 169,000.00 7,705.00 4/05 ATM A26Y WJ Heights Station Up 40,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 1,800.00 4/05 ATM A26Z Hydrant Replacement 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 800.00 4/05 ATM A26X Birch Road Well React 210,000.00 15,000.00 195,000.00 8,531.26 04/08 ATM A46F WTR MN REPLACE PROSPECT ST 1,615,000.00 95,000.00 1,520,000.00 62,343.76 04/08 ATM A46G WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT VAR LOC 275,000.00 20,000.00 255,000.00 10,593.76 4/08 ATM A46M Goodnow Wtr Tank Cnst 668,000.00 51,000.00 617,000.00 25,728.76 4/08 ATM A46N Brigham Rd Wtr Cnstrc 171,000.00 17,000.00 154,000.00 6,566.26 04/08 ATM A47I CENTRAL ST SIPHON REPLACE 1, 2,655,000.00 45,000.00 610,000.00 25,268.76 4/05 ATM A26EE Water Mains 55,000.00 5,000.00 50,000.00 2,312.50 4/06 ATM A30 AA Cove Avenue Water Main Replacement 668,000.00 43,000.00 625,000.00 25,723.76 4/06 ATM A30 BB Fay Road Water Main Replacement 766,000.00 51,000.00 715,000.00 29,447.52 4/06 ATM A30 CC Waverly Street Water Main Replacement 437,000.00 27,000.00 410,000.00 16,852.50 4/07 ATM A50B Cove Ave Wtr Rpl 801,000.00 51,000.00 750,000.00 30,855.00 4/07 ATM A50C Fay Rd Area Wtr 801,000.00 51,000.00 750,000.00 30,855.00 4/07 ATM A50D Waverly St Wtr M 399,000.00 27,000.00 372,000.00 15,358.76 4/07 ATM A50E Grove St Pump St 220,000.00 15,000.00 205,000.00 8,461.26 4/07 ATM A50G Automated Meter 720,000.00 138,000.00 582,000.00 29,500.00 4/07 ATM A50O W Heights Bster 604,000.00 39,000.00 565,000.00 23,251.26 04/09 ATM A39S STREAM GUAGES 45,000.00 10,000.00 35,000.00 1,600.00 05/07 ATM A50Q BIRCH RD REACT 1,2,1,175,000.00 75,000.00 1,100,000.00 45,281.26 05/09 ATM A40C CONCORD ST WATER MAIN REPL 1,2,1,445,000.00 85,000.00 1,360,000.00 55,781.26 05/09 ATM A40D WATER HYDRANT REPLACE 60,000.00 10,000.00 50,000.00 2,200.00 05/09 ATM A40H WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT VAR LOC 170,000.00 10,000.00 160,000.00 6,562.50 05/09 ATM A41F CONCORD ST SEWER REPLACE 1, 2,1,615,000.00 95,000.00 1,520,000.00 62,343.76 05/09 ATM A41I SEWER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOC 170,000.00 10,000.00 160,000.00 6,562.50 05/09 ATM A41J GRANT & POND St sewer replace 225,000.00 15,000.00 210,000.00 8,637.50 04/08 ATM A47F COVE AREA SEWER MAIN REPLACE 1,2,3 1,480,000.00 90,000.00 1,390,000.00 57,131.26 04/07 ATM A51G EAST FRAMINGHAM SEWER PROJ 1,435,000.00 90,000.00 1,345,000.00 55,306.26 04/07 ATM A51H AUTOMATED METER READING 1, 2, 3 105,000.00 105,000.00 0.00 3,150.00 04/09 ATM 39C FIRE HQ DRAINAGE REPAIR 1, 2 90,000.00 10,000.00 80,000.00 3,431.26 04/08 ATM A46B GROVE ST WATER PUMP 1,680,000.00 90,000.00 1,590,000.00 54,937.50 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 31823 4/08 ATM A46D Water St Main Constrc 7,855,000.00 425,000.00 7,430,000.00 256,475.00 31830 4/08 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well React 2,285,000.00 125,000.00 2,160,000.00 74,856.26 31831 4/08 ATM A46L Choutea & LaSalle Wtr 100,000.00 10,000.00 90,000.00 3,175.00 31836 4/08 ATM A46Q Concord St Wtr Rplcmn 125,000.00 10,000.00 115,000.00 4,225.00 05/09 ATM ART 40B Birch Rd Well 1,685,000.00 90,000.00 1,595,000.00 55,050.00 05/09 ATM ART 40F Pearl Harbor Dr Water Mains 470,000.00 25,000.00 445,000.00 15,350.00 05/09 ATM ART 40I Chouteau & Lasalle Water Mains 745,000.00 40,000.00 705,000.00 24,350.00 05/09 ATM ART 41F Concord St Sewer Main replacement 550,000.00 30,000.00 520,000.00 18,000.00 01/26/2010 ATM A2 TECH PARK WATER 950,000.00 50,000.00 900,000.00 31,000.00 05/10 ATM 25A NORTH CONCORD ST WATER MAIN REPLACE 2,090,000.00 110,000.00 1,980,000.00 68,200.00 05/10 ATM A25F WATER HYDRANT & GATE VALVE REPLACE 130,000.00 20,000.00 110,000.00 4,650.00 05/10 ATM 25G WATER MAIN REPLACE-VARIOUS LOCATIONS 190,000.00 10,000.00 180,000.00 6,200.00 05/10 ATM A26D SEWER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 190,000.00 10,000.00 180,000.00 6,200.00 water/gregory st sewer main replacement 745,000.00 40,000.00 705,000.00 24,350.00 05/09 ATM ART 40C Concord St Water Main 285,000.00 15,000.00 270,000.00 9,300.00 05/10 ATM 25B & 04/26/2011 ATM 32F MWRA WATER BOND 5,133,996.00 570,444.00 4,563,552.00 1/11 STM A2 Stapleton Windows 405,000.00 25,000.00 380,000.00 13,225.00 05/10 ATM A24D COMPUTERIZE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 58,627.00 18,627.00 40,000.00 2,186.27 4/08 ATM A46F Prospect St Wtr Main 200,000.00 10,000.00 190,000.00 8,212.50 4/08 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well React 32,400.00 7,400.00 25,000.00 1,324.00 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave/Main St Dsg 100,000.00 5,000.00 95,000.00 4,075.00 4/09 ATM A40B Birch Rd W__296,930.00 16,930.00 280,000.00 12,131.80 4/09 ATM A40E State St W__537,537.00 27,537.00 510,000.00 22,037.87 4/09 ATM A40J Coburn St__1,378,608.00 68,608.00 1,310,000.00 56,748.58 05/10 ATM A25A N CONCORD ST WTR MN REPLACE 1,132,152.00 52,152.00 1,080,000.00 46,427.78 05/10 ATM A25G WATER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 2,100.00 5/11 ATM A32H Water Hydrant and Gat 200,000.00 35,000.00 165,000.00 8,600.00 5/11 ATM A32J Water Main Replaceme 200,000.00 15,000.00 185,000.00 8,456.26 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 78,000.00 13,000.00 65,000.00 3,280.00 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SRF 2958 171,487.00 11,487.00 160,000.00 7,171.13 4/06 ATM A30 MM Water St. Sewer Replacement SRF 2957 84,758.00 4,758.00 80,000.00 3,472.58 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S 300,000.00 15,000.00 285,000.00 12,512.50 4/08 ATM A47A North Fram Pump Stn D 750,000.00 40,000.00 710,000.00 30,356.26 4/08 ATM A47E Farm Pd Interceptor C 1,057,722.00 62,722.00 995,000.00 43,039.72 4/08 ATM A47G Prospect St A Swr Rpl 2,290,000.00 115,000.00 2,175,000.00 93,006.26 4/09 ATM A41G State St__863,661.00 43,661.00 820,000.00 35,405.37 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/09 ATM A41L Lakeview P__1,000,000.00 45,000.00 955,000.00 40,768.76 5/11 ATM A33I Sewer Main Replaceme 250,000.00 15,000.00 235,000.00 10,487.50 4/08 ATM A46B Grove St Water Pump S 337,000.00 337,000.00 6,451.74 05/10 ATM A25C TECHNOLOGY PK PROP ACQUIS FEES 149,055.00 149,055.00 3,061.89 5/11 ATM A32F Downtown Water Utili 266,945.00 266,945.00 5,255.13 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 586,000.00 586,000.00 10,973.26 5/13 A19A Rpair Shop Air Unit 26,000.00 26,000.00 613.89 5/13 A19B 15K GVW 2Whl Drive 48,630.00 48,630.00 1,148.21 5/13 A19D Warren Rd & Prinvll 524.00 524.00 12.37 5/13 A19F FY14 Wtr Main Rplc 100,000.00 100,000.00 1,903.65 5/13 A19G FY14 Hydrant & Gate 100,000.00 100,000.00 2,361.11 ATM02 A21S Vaillencourt Pump 13,235.00 13,235.00 312.49 4/06 ATM A30 MM Water St. Sewer Replacement SRF 2957 164,100.00 164,100.00 3,248.89 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S 531,387.00 531,387.00 10,043.86 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump 1,770,000.00 1,770,000.00 33,031.94 4/09 ATM A41M Coburn St__750,000.00 750,000.00 13,954.17 05/10 ATM A26A GRANT & POND ST SEWER REPLACE 1,954,082.00 1,954,082.00 36,487.01 5/11 ATM A33D Downtown Sewer Utili 701,110.00 701,110.00 13,375.34 5/11 ATM A33F North Framingham Pum 2,058,000.00 2,058,000.00 38,424.13 5/12 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 55,000.00 55,000.00 1,298.61 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St 1,600,000.00 1,600,000.00 30,133.68 5/11 ATM A33F North Framingham Pum CWP-11-23 2,668,892.00 2,668,892.00 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S CWSRF-3291 CW-09-17 3,515,998.00 3,515,998.00 5/14 ATM A17E Main St Area Wtr Imp 1,471,400.00 1,471,400.00 5/14 ATM A18G Main St Area Swr Imp 479,407.50 479,407.50 0.00 0.00 TOTAL 68,417,148.00 19,346,765.50 6,909,836.00 80,854,077.50 2,447,689.45 19346765.5 Must equal page 1 subtotal $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 17,155,773.78 179,228,471.12 5,522,860.37 $17,155,773.78 5488649.07 34,211.30 Short Term Debt Report by Issuance Outstanding July 1, 2014 + Issued - Retired = Outstanding June 30, 2015 Interest Paid in FY2015 05/192011 ATM A33F CWP 11 23 INTERIM MWPAT LOAN 3,142,896.00 3,142,896.00 0.00 3,875.98 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/09 ATM A41E Swr Eval Interim MWPAT Loan 133,265.00 133,265.00 164.35 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S CWSRF-3291 CW-09-17 977,464.00 977,464.00 0.00 1,205.46 10/09 STM A12 Central St Siphon 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 0.00 1,603.22 4/06 ATM A30MM Wtr St Swr SRF 2957 1,238,534.00 1,238,534.00 0.00 1,527.42 05/16/2007 ATM 51J WASTEWATERPUMP STNS REPLCE PRJCT 1,800,000.00 1,770,000.00 30,000.00 22,500.00 4/08 ATM A47A North Fram Pump Stn D 32,496.00 614.00 31,882.00 406.20 4/08 ATM A47G Prospect St A Swr Rpl 26,131.00 26,131.00 326.64 4/08 ATM A46B Grove St Water Pump S 450,000.00 337,000.00 113,000.00 5,625.00 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave/Main St Dsg 50,000.00 50,000.00 625.00 4/09 ATM A39F Maynard/Memorial Bldg 52,000.00 52,000.00 650.00 4/09 ATM A41D East Frm S__5,578,884.00 95,898.00 5,482,986.00 69,736.06 4/09 ATM A41M Coburn St__1,196,698.00 781,311.00 415,387.00 14,958.72 10/09 STM A12 Central St Siphon 210,000.00 2,079.00 207,921.00 2,625.00 01/26/2010 ATM A2 TECH PARK WATER 487,495.00 12,755.00 474,740.00 6,093.69 05/10 ATM A24U MEMORIAL/MAYNARD BLDG IMPROV 886,620.00 10,384.00 876,236.00 11,082.75 05/10 ATM A25A N CONCORD ST WTR MN REPLACE 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 25,000.00 05/10 ATM A25B GRANT & POND ST WTR MAIN REPLACE 849,233.00 783.00 848,450.00 10,615.41 05/10 ATM A25C TECHNOLOGY PK PROP ACQUIS FEES 150,000.00 150,000.00 0.00 1,875.00 05/10 ATM 25E IRVING,LORING, HERBERT ST INTERSECT WATER 147,698.00 2,349.00 145,349.00 1,846.22 05/10 ATM A26A GRANT & POND ST SEWER REPLACE 2,254,982.00 1,750,000.00 504,982.00 28,187.28 05/10 ATM A26B Tech Park Easement Acquisition 150,000.00 945.00 149,055.00 1,875.00 04/11 ATM A31N STRMWTR MNGMT PLAN PHASE 111 100,000.00 100,000.00 0.00 1,250.00 04/11 ATM A32F DOWNTOWN WATER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 1,000,000.00 268,000.00 732,000.00 12,500.00 04/11 ATM A33D DOWNTOWN SEWER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 1,100,000.00 703,000.00 397,000.00 13,750.00 04/11 ATM A33E TECHNOLOGY PARK SEWER INTERCEPTOR 500,000.00 500,000.00 0.00 6,250.00 04/11 ATM A33F N. FRAM PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT 200,000.00 200,000.00 0.00 2,500.00 05/10 ATM 25E IRVING,LORING, HERBERT ST INTERSECT WATER 250,000.00 200,000.00 50,000.00 3,125.00 04/11 ATM A33J WORC RD PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT 600,000.00 600,000.00 0.00 7,500.00 5/12 ATM A31F Plygrnd Safety Mulch1 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 250.00 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 100,000.00 86,000.00 14,000.00 1,250.00 5/12 ATM A33E Hancock Lane Pump Eli 20,000.00 20,000.00 250.00 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St 1,400,000.00 1,400,000.00 0.00 17,500.00 5/12 ATM A33I Irving, Herbert, Lori 5,000.00 5,000.00 62.50 5/12 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor 250,000.00 250,000.00 3,125.00 5/13 A18D Arerail Bckt Truck 198,553.00 198,500.00 53.00 2,481.91 5/13 Campello Rd Drain 60,000.00 60,000.00 750.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/12 ATM A31DD Maynard Bldg Drainag 110,000.00 110,000.00 0.00 1,375.00 5/13 A18EE FY14 ADA Upgrades 265,199.00 144,000.00 121,199.00 3,314.99 5/13 A18FF FY14 Paving/Storm 300,000.00 300,000.00 0.00 3,750.00 5/13 5/13 A18NN Traffic Calmn 100,000.00 100,000.00 1,250.00 5/13 A18S Log Loader Atch 68,000.00 68,000.00 0.00 850.00 5/13 A18W FY14 Roadway Imprv 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 0.00 25,000.00 5/13 A18Y Beaver Dam P2 250,000.00 250,000.00 3,125.00 5/13 A19E Central St Brdg Mai 110,000.00 110,000.00 1,375.00 5/13 A20C Wrcster Rd Pump Stn 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 25,000.00 5/13 A20G Speen St Frce Mn D 150,000.00 150,000.00 1,875.00 10/09 STM A12 Central St Siphon CW-09-11 1,704,614.00 1,704,614.00 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St CW-09-11 470,829.00 470,829.00 5/01 ATM A21S Vaillencourt Pump 13,235.00 13,235.00 0.00 48.25 4/06 ATM A30MM Wtr St Swr SRF 2957 164,100.00 164,100.00 0.00 598.28 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School Sts Sw 741,502.00 531,387.00 210,115.00 2,703.39 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump Stn R 400,000.00 400,000.00 1,458.33 4/08 ATM A46F Prospect St Wtr Main 175,000.00 175,000.00 638.02 4/08 ATM A46J N Concord St Wtr Desi 25,000.00 25,000.00 91.15 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave/Main St Dsg 35,000.00 35,000.00 127.60 4/09 ATM A39DD Network Infrsture Im 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 36.46 ATM A40J Coburn St Wtr Main 100,000.00 100,000.00 364.58 4/09 ATM A41L Lakeview Pump Stn 500,000.00 500,000.00 1,822.92 4/08 ATM A47I Central St Siphon Rpl 308,906.00 308,906.00 1,126.22 5/10 ATM A26A Grant St Pond St Area 250,000.00 250,000.00 0.00 911.46 5/11 ATM A31TT Mobile Field Inspec 2,000.00 2,000.00 7.29 5/11 ATM A33E Technology Park Sewe 200,000.00 85,000.00 115,000.00 729.17 5/11 ATM A33F North Framingham Pum 2,225,000.00 1,858,000.00 367,000.00 8,111.98 5/11 ATM A33J Worcester Road Pumpi 700,000.00 600,000.00 100,000.00 2,552.08 5/12 ATM A31E Town Building Securit 32,451.00 32,451.00 0.00 118.31 5/12 ATM A31F Plygrnd Safety Mulch1 6,340.00 6,340.00 0.00 23.11 5/12 ATM A31H Arena Repairs 28,383.00 28,383.00 103.48 5/12 ATM A32A Irving Loring Herbert 350,000.00 350,000.00 1,276.04 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 500,000.00 500,000.00 0.00 1,822.92 5/12 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 18.23 5/12 ATM A33E Hancock Lane Pump Eli 25,000.00 25,000.00 91.15 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St 400,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 1,458.33 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/12 ATM A33I Irving, Herbert, Lori 350,000.00 350,000.00 1,276.04 5/12 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor 500,000.00 500,000.00 1,822.92 5/13 ATM A18C Pearl St Grge Rprs 8,000.00 8,000.00 29.17 5/13 ATM A18E Prtctve Cloth Rplcmnt 40,000.00 40,000.00 0.00 145.83 5/13 ATM A18H Arena Renov Design 35,117.00 35,117.00 128.03 5/13 ATM A18K 8,800 GVW 285.00 285.00 0.00 1.04 5/13 ATM A18L Cushng Park Phase 5 70,000.00 70,000.00 255.21 5/13 ATM A18M Water St Rtng Wall Cn 474,620.00 474,620.00 1,730.38 5/13 ATM A18N Saxonville Levee Pump 30,000.00 30,000.00 109.37 5/13 ATM A18Q Rpair Shop Make-Up Un 26,000.00 26,000.00 0.00 94.79 5/13 ATM A18G Zamboni 120,935.00 120,935.00 0.00 440.91 5/13 ATM A18I Toro Grndmstr 580-D 4 3,945.00 3,945.00 0.00 14.38 5/13 ATM A18T Sidewalk Tractor #463 146,757.00 146,757.00 0.00 535.05 5/13 ATM A18U 3CY Loader Plow #453 9,455.00 9,455.00 0.00 34.47 5/13 A18V Sander Copusprd 5,500.00 5,500.00 0.00 20.05 5/13 ATM A18W FY14 Roadway Imprv 1,200,000.00 1,000,000.00 200,000.00 4,375.00 5/13 ATM A18Y Beaver Dam Brk P2 50,000.00 50,000.00 182.29 5/13 ATM A18Z 68K Cab Chs Rllof#519 201,000.00 201,000.00 0.00 732.81 5/13 ATM A18NN FY14 Traffic Calming 50,000.00 50,000.00 182.29 5/13 ATM A18OO Public Safety Server 85,000.00 85,000.00 0.00 309.90 5/13 ATM A18QQ Archived Document Sc 50,000.00 50,000.00 182.29 5/13 ATM A18RR Mmrial Bldg Study 45,000.00 45,000.00 164.06 5/13 ATM A18SS Athenaeum Hall Study 140,000.00 140,000.00 510.42 5/13 ATM A18TT Village Hall Study 35,000.00 35,000.00 127.60 5/13 ATM A18FF FY14 Paving/Strm Wtr 450,605.00 400,000.00 50,605.00 1,642.83 5/13 ATM A18HH FY14 Mech, Elec, Plm 50,000.00 50,000.00 182.29 5/13 ATM A19A Rpair Shop Make-Up Un 26,000.00 26,000.00 0.00 94.79 5/13 ATM A19B 15K GVW 2Whl Drive 48,630.00 48,630.00 0.00 177.30 5/13 ATM A19C Bethany Rd Winthrop/W 100,000.00 100,000.00 364.58 5/13 ATM A19D Warren Rd & Prindi Mn 524.00 524.00 0.00 1.91 5/13 ATM A19F Wtr Main FY14 Rplc 100,000.00 100,000.00 0.00 364.58 5/13 ATM A19G FY14 Hydtrant & Gate 100,000.00 100,000.00 0.00 364.58 5/13 ATM A20A Rpair Shop Make-Up Un 26,000.00 26,000.00 0.00 94.79 5/13 ATM A20B Trailer Generators 104,120.00 104,120.00 0.00 379.60 5/13 ATM A20F FY14 Sewer Main Replc 500,000.00 380,000.00 120,000.00 1,822.92 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump Stn R 175,000.00 175,000.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 4/08 ATM A46J N Concord St Wtr Desi 175,000.00 175,000.00 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave/Main St Dsg 50,000.00 50,000.00 4/09 ATM A39DD Network Infrsture Im 49,500.00 49,500.00 4/09 ATM A40B Birch Rd Well Reactiv 90,020.00 90,020.00 4/09 ATM A40J Coburn St Wtr Main 2,409.00 2,409.00 4/09 ATM A41C 4Wd Utility Body Elct 5,000.00 5,000.00 4/09 ATM A41F Concord St Sewer Main 13,381.00 13,381.00 4/09 ATM A41G State St Sewer Replac 23,902.00 23,902.00 5/12 ATM A31O 72K Refuse Packer 511 274,000.00 274,000.00 5/12 ATM A32A Irving Loring Herbert 390,000.00 390,000.00 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 1,780,000.00 1,780,000.00 5/12 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 90,000.00 90,000.00 5/12 ATM A33F East Fram/Central St 7,700.00 7,700.00 5/12 ATM A33I Irving, Herbert, Lori 1,120,000.00 1,120,000.00 5/12 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor 496,000.00 496,000.00 5/13 STM A1 McAuliffe Brnch Library 800,000.00 800,000.00 5/13 ATM A18R Trsfr Stn Demo & Dsgn 36,500.00 36,500.00 5/13 ATM A18L Cushng Park Phase 5 135,000.00 135,000.00 5/13 ATM A18AA 72K Packer/Plow #514 321,500.00 321,500.00 5/13 ATM A18NN FY14 Traffic Calming 5,700.00 5,700.00 5/13 ATM A18OO Public Safety Server 3,900.00 3,900.00 5/13 ATM A19C Bethany Rd Winthrop/W 472,000.00 472,000.00 5/13 ATM A19F Wtr Main FY14 Rplc 65,169.00 65,169.00 5/13 ATM A19G FY14 Hydtrant & Gate 100,000.00 100,000.00 5/13 ATM A20B Trailer Generators 22,000.00 22,000.00 5/13 ATM A20D Baiting Brook Swr 295,000.00 295,000.00 5/13 ATM A20E Bethany Rd Sewer Impr 60,000.00 60,000.00 5/13 ATM A20F FY14 Sewer Main Replc 175,000.00 175,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AB 4 Packers 511-514 1,260,000.00 1,260,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AC Technology Upgrades 0.00 0.00 5/14 ATM A16AC Technology Upgrades 453,000.00 453,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AD King Schl Elevator 80,000.00 80,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AF Furniture Rplce P#1 68,000.00 68,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AG Asbestos Flr Tile#2 175,000.00 175,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AH Food Srvcs Equip P1 55,000.00 55,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AJ Paving/Stormwter 15 240,000.00 240,000.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/14 ATM A16AK ADA Upgrades FY15 70,000.00 70,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AL HVAC Replace FY15 24,000.00 24,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AM Mechl Elct Plumb 15 28,000.00 28,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AN Rack Truck/Lift Gat 37,378.00 37,378.00 5/14 ATM A16AO Utility Body Truck 43,000.00 43,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AR Fire Mobile Data 66,500.00 66,500.00 5/14 ATM A16AT Archived Doc Scan#3 0.00 5/14 ATM A16AT Archived Doc Scan#3 83,000.00 83,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AU Comp Server Room Up 293,000.00 293,000.00 5/14 ATM A16AV Danforth SpcStdy P2 17,100.00 17,100.00 5/14 ATM A16C Pick-up Signal Div 57,137.00 57,137.00 5/14 ATM A16D RFID Coll Security 12,000.00 12,000.00 5/14 ATM A16F Callahan Sr Ctr Ent 106,000.00 106,000.00 5/14 ATM A16G Ford F650 J-Hook 67,245.00 67,245.00 5/14 ATM A16H F350 4x4 Crew Cab Pi 41,710.00 41,710.00 5/14 ATM A16I F350 4x4 Regular Cab 37,395.00 37,395.00 5/14 ATM A16J Mary Denson/Skate Ds 60,000.00 60,000.00 5/14 ATM A16K Emer Generator P#2 127,000.00 127,000.00 5/14 ATM A16L 15 Drain Sys Wtr Qlt 16,000.00 16,000.00 5/14 ATM A16M Fuel Islnd Wstrn Ave 16,150.00 16,150.00 5/14 ATM A16N FY15 Roadway Imprvmn 3,000,000.00 3,000,000.00 5/14 ATM A16O FY15 Traffic Calming 30,000.00 30,000.00 5/14 ATM A16P 4Wd Pickup #402 42,067.00 42,067.00 5/14 ATM A16Q 15k Rack Truck #409 44,092.00 44,092.00 5/14 ATM A16R18K 4wd Dump #411 67,350.00 67,350.00 5/14 ATM A16S Mntd Snow Blowr#451A 105,980.00 105,980.00 5/14 ATM A16V 6 Cy Spreader #422A 37,085.00 37,085.00 5/14 ATM A16W Sidewalk Tractor#464 0.00 5/14 ATM A16W Sidewalk Tractor#464 136,021.00 136,021.00 5/14 ATM A16X 40K Dump #421 196,450.00 196,450.00 5/14 ATM A16Y 6 CY Spreader #421A 35,965.00 35,965.00 5/14 ATM A17C11K Service Body#601 54,687.00 54,687.00 5/14 ATM A17B 15K Dump #625 67,350.00 67,350.00 5/14 ATM A17A 11K Service Body#614 54,687.00 54,687.00 5/14 ATM A17D Mini Excavator #650 77,800.00 77,800.00 5/14 ATM A17F Union Ave Wtr Mains 205,000.00 205,000.00 Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) 5/14 ATM A17H Wtr Impr Prjcts FY15 67,316.00 67,316.00 5/14 ATM A17I Speen & Cchtuate Wtr 55,000.00 55,000.00 5/14 ATM A17J Hydrant Valve FY15 55,000.00 55,000.00 5/14 ATM A17M Fuel Islnd Wstrn Ave 16,150.00 16,150.00 5/14 ATM A16AA Refuse Clctn Carts 899,900.00 899,900.00 5/14 ATM A16AE DDC Energy Consrvtn 64,500.00 64,500.00 5/14 ATM A16AP Utility Body Truck 44,963.00 44,963.00 5/14 ATM A18A 11K Service Body#772 54,240.00 54,240.00 5/14 ATM A18C Wastewtr Master Plan 50,000.00 50,000.00 5/14 ATM A18D Swr Pump Statn FY15 110,000.00 110,000.00 5/14 ATM A18F Wavrly/Wnthrp Design 600,000.00 600,000.00 5/14 ATM A18H Union Ave Swr Imprv 91,000.00 91,000.00 5/14 ATM A18I Sewer Imprvmnt FY15 149,000.00 149,000.00 5/14 ATM A18J Old Danforth St Swr 10,000.00 10,000.00 5/14 ATM A18K Eastlgh Ltle Frm PS 4,400.00 4,400.00 5/14 ATM A18L Fuel Islnd Wstrn Av 16,150.00 16,150.00 5/14 ATM A18M Elmfield Rd Swr Impr 10,000.00 10,000.00 5/14 ATM A18N Hop Brook Swr Ralgnm 2,500.00 2,500.00 10/14 STM A17 Mary Denison Park T&R 59,108.00 59,108.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 TOTAL 48,826,001.00 17,281,057.00 25,550,176.00 40,556,882.00 396,997.02 Must equal Public Finance Section (Revised July 2006) REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/552.0-0001-0045.0 119 A ST MANCINI, THOMAS & SHAYNA 293,900 0.01603 $4,711 OVERVALUATION 15,800 $253.27 101 2011 100/068.0-0135-0012.0 40 ABERDEEN RD FATHI, HOSSEIN 281,900 0.01829 $5,156 OVERVALUATION 41,700 $762.69 101 2014 100/595.0-0001-0117.0 32 AGNES DR DANDREA, VIRGINIA M & ROBERT J 302,600 0.01694 $5,126 OVERVALUATION 24,200 $409.95 101 2012 100/595.0-0001-0116.0 34 AGNES DR YAFFE GERALD M & LYNN 336,400 0.01694 $5,699 OVERVALUATION 24,300 $411.64 101 2012 100/595.0-0001-0112.0 39 AGNES DR LUNA, ANTONIO & DEBRA 364,700 0.01694 $6,178 OVERVALUATION 10,600 $179.56 101 2012 100/601.0-0001-0123.0 47 AGNES DR NELSON, BETTYANNE & ANDREOTTI,D ETAL TRS 308,800 0.01694 $5,231 OVERVALUATION 9,200 $155.85 101 2012 100/601.0-0001-0124.0 49 AGNES DR KELBER, MARILYN D 365,000 0.01694 $6,183 OVERVALUATION 6,400 $108.42 101 2012 100/600.0-0001-0130.0 59 AGNES DR PREBLE JR TR, ALLAN C 330,500 0.01694 $5,599 OVERVALUATION 42,100 $713.17 101 2012 100/600.0-0001-0133.0 65 AGNES DR HAZEN, LOUISE E 334,500 0.01694 $5,666 OVERVALUATION 22,200 $376.07 101 2012 100/011.0-0021-0003.B 15 ALEXANDER ST INDRESANO, VIRGILIO 447,200 0.01694 $7,576 OVERVALUATION 84,400 $1,429.74 111 2012 100/114.0-0228-0006.0 26 ALEXANDER ST GOFF, DONALD & BIZIER-GOFF, JACQUELINE 252,300 0.01694 $4,274 OVERVALUATION 10,700 $181.26 101 2012 100/496.0-0001-0417.0 13 ALFRED RD SHULMAN, NORMA B 289,500 0.01694 $4,904 OVERVALUATION 14,200 $240.55 101 2012 100/543.0-0001-0051.0 15 AMY RD MURPHY, STEPHEN J & JEAN M 277,200 0.01694 $4,696 OVERVALUATION 19,300 $326.94 101 2012 100/659.0-0001-0272.0 11 ANGELICA DR MARDER,BARBARA F 363,700 0.01694 $6,161 OVERVALUATION 15,300 $259.18 101 2012 100/660.0-0001-0278.0 23 ANGELICA DR ROSENBERG, GARY A & EILEEN WINSTON TRS 461,400 0.01694 $7,816 OVERVALUATION 20,000 $338.80 101 2012 100/660.0-0001-0249.0 32 ANGELICA DR PRICE, JAMES D & LEE ANN 367,000 0.01829 $6,712 OVERVALUATION 16,300 $298.13 101 2014 100/664.0-0001-0211.0 59 ANGELICA DR POLITIS, VICTOR I & DEBORAH D 366,000 0.01694 $6,200 OVERVALUATION 6,000 $101.64 101 2012 100/795.0-0001-0012.0 105 ANGELICA DR GODBOLE, MILIND & BHOYAR, MONA 616,600 0.01694 $10,445 OVERVALUATION 38,900 $658.97 101 2012 100/278.0-0001-0033.0 5 ANTRIM RD ONEILL JOHN P & MARGARET M 257,300 0.01694 $4,359 OVERVALUATION 10,900 $184.65 101 2012 100/449.0-0001-0018.0 20 ANTRIM RD PAGANELLA, NICHOLAS & PATRICIA LIFE EST 292,800 0.01694 $4,960 OVERVALUATION 20,900 $354.05 101 2012 100/689.0-0001-0024.0 62 APPLE D'OR RD WILLIAMS, ANNL & DUFF, LORRAINE T 312,000 0.01694 $5,285 OVERVALUATION 16,500 $279.51 101 2012 100/689.0-0001-0007.0 63 APPLE D'OR RD BERMAN, STANLEY N & CARONE B 363,000 0.01694 $6,149 OVERVALUATION 21,800 $369.29 101 2012 100/690.0-0001-0030.0 70 APPLE D'OR RD NESHE, JAMES TR 402,900 0.01694 $6,825 OVERVALUATION 28,500 $482.79 101 2012 100/632.0-0001-0023.0 1 ARBOR WAY HELFY, SUSAN & SCHWARTZ, KENNETH J 411,800 0.01829 $7,532 OVERVALUATION 28,500 $521.27 101 2014 100/025.0-0047-0003.0 23 ARCH ST BASS, DAVID A 391,300 0.01694 $6,629 OVERVALUATION 13,700 $232.08 101 2012 100/176.0-0431-0002.A 0 ARLINGTON ST CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 277,500 0.03899 $10,820 OVERVALUATION 137,300 $5,353.33 440 2015 100/011.0-0021-0023.0 42 ARLINGTON ST SOM, ANGEL M 253,600 0.01784 $4,524 OVERVALUATION 3,200 $57.09 104 2013 100/010.0-0020-0039.0 77 ARLINGTON ST MCGRATH, SEAN TR 4,086,900 0.01603 $65,513 OVERVALUATION 1,487,000 $23,836.61 112 2011 100/010.0-0020-0039.0 77 ARLINGTON ST MCGRATH, SEAN TR 3,214,600 0.01694 $54,455 OVERVALUATION 614,600 $10,411.32 112 2012 100/176.0-0431-0002.B 223 ARLINGTON ST RR CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 269,100 0.03899 $10,492 OVERVALUATION 143,800 $5,606.76 441 2015 100/379.0-0039-0030.0 15 ARNOLD RD AKHTAR MAHMOOD 467,600 0.01694 $7,921 OVERVALUATION 10,100 $171.09 101 2012 100/379.0-0039-0030.0 15 ARNOLD RD AKHTAR MAHMOOD 432,200 0.01829 $7,905 OVERVALUATION 13,200 $241.43 101 2014 100/379.0-0039-0029.0 17 ARNOLD RD FOLEY, KEVIN M & PAULA W 400,200 0.01694 $6,779 OVERVALUATION 21,300 $360.82 101 2012 100/175.0-0001-0036.0 55 ARSENAL RD O'CONNOR, PHYLLIS M 257,700 0.01829 $4,713 OVERVALUATION 175821.2138 $3,215.77 104 2014 100/059.0-0117-0011.0 25 ARTHUR ST O'DONNELL, KEVIN 254,400 0.01694 $4,310 OVERVALUATION 14,800 $250.71 101 2012 100/086.0-0169-0011.0 178 ARTHUR ST CRANE, ROBERT T & WANIEWSKI, LISA 230,600 0.01694 $3,906 OVERVALUATION 4,000 $67.76 101 2012 100/085.0-0168-0022.0 219 ARTHUR ST INGHAM, DAVID M TR 223,400 0.01829 $4,086 OVERVALUATION 5,200 $95.11 101 2014 100/520.0-0001-0061.0 17 ASHMONT DR WEINBERG EDWARD L & LINDA M 315,200 0.01694 $5,339 OVERVALUATION 16,000 $271.04 101 2012 100/391.0-0013-0026.0 7 ASPEN CIR AVERS, EILEEN R TR 460,500 0.01782 $8,206 OVERVALUATION 22,300 $397.39 101 2015 100/223.0-0046-0040.0 12 AUBURN ST EXTN PORTER, JENNIFER L TR 421,100 0.01782 $7,504 OVERVALUATION 56,100 $999.70 101 2015 100/487.0-0001-0032.0 14 AUDREA RD REILLY, MARY M 295,300 0.01694 $5,002 OVERVALUATION 5,100 $86.39 101 2012 100/341.0-0004-0004.A 4 AUGUST DR GARFINKEL MURTON & BETSY 319,100 0.01694 $5,406 OVERVALUATION 11,800 $199.89 101 2012 100/207.0-0017-0005.0 30 BARBER RD WILLIAMS, CRAIG A & KAREN M 449,100 0.01782 $8,003 OVERVALUATION 30,000 $534.60 101 2015 100/206.0-0013-0008.0 46 BARBER RD ROTHENBERG, STEPHEN & MARCIA W 401,600 0.01694 $6,803 OVERVALUATION 26,100 $442.13 101 2012 100/206.0-0013-0012.0 68 BARBER RD MARTIN LLOYD H & JANET M 314,900 0.01694 $5,334 OVERVALUATION 8,000 $135.52 101 2012 100/206.0-0012-0024.0 73 BARBER RD LEVY, CARALINE R 409,100 0.01694 $6,930 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $298.14 101 2012 100/714.0-0001-0056.0 10 BARRY DR WILDER CORNELIUS & MARIETTA 398,800 0.01603 $6,393 OVERVALUATION 7,300 $117.02 101 2011 100/165.0-0346-0002.0 40 BATES RD FITZGERALD, SARA D, DUNN, DOLORES B &195,700 0.01603 $3,137 OVERVALUATION 29,900 $479.30 101 2011 100/166.0-0348-0007.0 61 BATES RD EXTN FORDE, JAMES & MARGARET B 265,000 0.01782 $4,722 OVERVALUATION 19,900 $354.62 104 2015 100/254.0-0109-0006.0 33 BEACON ST GRONTZOS ARTHUR & FOTINI 1,552,400 0.03711 $57,610 OVERVALUATION 52,400 $1,944.56 325 2011 100/254.0-0109-0006.0 33 BEACON ST GRONTZOS REAL ESTATE II, LLC 1,383,500 0.03899 $53,943 OVERVALUATION 237,100 $9,244.53 325 2015 100/466.0-0001-0005.0 214 BEACON ST FREEDMAN, BARBARA H 314,600 0.01694 $5,329 OVERVALUATION 18,900 $320.17 101 2012 100/095.0-0199-0003.A 3 BEAVER PK RD COLEROSS JAMES, LLC 2,582,100 0.01829 $47,227 OVERVALUATION 331,041 $6,054.74 112 2014 100/095.0-0197-0002.0 142 BEAVER ST PATEL TR, VINOD R 231,000 0.01694 $3,913 OVERVALUATION 14,400 $243.94 101 2012 100/106.0-0217-0005.0 199 BEAVER ST TELIO, JACQUES 2,128,200 0.01603 $34,115 OVERVALUATION 282,900 $4,534.89 112 2011 100/106.0-0216-0007.0 211 BEAVER ST BAHERY, MICHELE 224,600 0.01603 $3,600 OVERVALUATION 6,400 $102.59 104 2011 100/435.0-0001-0027.G 299 BELKNAP RD MANN, MARTIN R & JUDITH B 555,800 0.01782 $9,904 OVERVALUATION 52,100 $928.42 101 2015 100/435.0-0001-0027.H 333 BELKNAP RD BARBER, MAUREEN F 573,000 0.01782 $10,211 OVERVALUATION 16,000 $285.12 101 2015 100/438.0-0003-0057.0 615 BELKNAP RD STOODT LARRY E & NANCY B 304,000 0.01603 $4,873 OVERVALUATION 8,800 $141.06 101 2011 100/309.0-0222-0060.0 61 BELLEFONTAINE AVE FRANK, MICHAEL A & LINDA M 294,900 0.01694 $4,996 OVERVALUATION 11,700 $198.20 101 2012 100/645.0-0001-0052.0 15 BELLWOOD WAY MORESHET, HANA & PELED, GIDEON TR 367,100 0.01694 $6,219 OVERVALUATION 23,400 $396.40 101 2012 04/13/2016 1 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/135.0-0281-0095.0 57 BERRY ST WALES FLORENCE 240,800 0.01694 $4,079 OVERVALUATION 6,500 $110.11 101 2012 100/160.0-0080-0002.B 62 BETHANY RD FACCHINI, EVO N & RITA M TR 308,300 0.01694 $5,223 OVERVALUATION 22,700 $384.54 101 2012 100/160.0-0080-0008.B 88 BETHANY RD MALZONE, ROBERT 257,700 0.01694 $4,365 OVERVALUATION 10,300 $174.48 101 2012 100/304.0-0213-0029.0 19 BIRCH RD SMITH, BEVERLY J 245,500 0.01782 $4,375 OVERVALUATION 23,300 $415.21 101 2015 100/554.0-0001-0041.0 4 BIRCHMEADOW CIR HYZEN ROBERT H & HELAINE S 358,200 0.01782 $6,383 OVERVALUATION 48,700 $867.83 101 2015 100/554.0-0001-0040.0 6 BIRCHMEADOW CIR EDWARDS, MACE & DAVIS, NIKKI E 346,300 0.01694 $5,866 OVERVALUATION 3,900 $66.07 101 2012 100/554.0-0001-0038.0 10 BIRCHMEADOW CIR ELTERMAN, JAMES & AMY 437,200 0.01694 $7,406 OVERVALUATION 22,400 $379.46 101 2012 100/768.0-0001-0016.0 16 BISHOP DR GITTELSOHN, DANIEL D 111,600 0.01694 $1,891 OVERVALUATION 22,600 $382.84 102 2012 100/768.0-0001-0099.0 99 BISHOP DR DA SILVA, EDMAR VILARINO 115,100 0.01784 $2,053 OVERVALUATION 12,600 $224.78 102 2013 100/768.0-0001-0099.0 99 BISHOP DR DESOUZA, JULIANE 115,100 0.01829 $2,105 OVERVALUATION 9,000 $164.61 102 2014 100/770.0-0001-0212.0 212 BISHOP DR TANG, JASON XUEJUN 132,200 0.01603 $2,119 OVERVALUATION 25,000 $400.75 102 2011 100/115.0-0164-0001.0 7 BISHOP ST DENNISON MFG CO 1,901,500 0.03711 $70,565 OVERVALUATION 1,000,000 $37,110.00 402 2011 100/115.0-0164-0001.0 7 BISHOP ST DENNISON MFG CO 1,819,000 0.03805 $69,213 OVERVALUATION 1,294,000 $49,236.70 402 2012 100/084.0-0165-0003.0 61 BISHOP ST DENNISON MFG CO 499,300 0.03805 $18,998 OVERVALUATION 299,300 $11,388.37 400 2012 100/084.0-0165-0004.0 71 BISHOP ST DENNISON MFG CO 1,089,700 0.03805 $41,463 OVERVALUATION 589,700 $22,438.09 400 2012 100/131.0-0173-0001.0 377 BISHOP ST CINTOLO, DEBRA A &231,200 0.01694 $3,917 OVERVALUATION 125,400 $2,124.28 101 2012 100/554.0-0001-0011.0 23 BLACKBERRY LN BERNSTEIN MARVIN R & BARBARA L 393,700 0.01694 $6,669 OVERVALUATION 7,900 $133.83 101 2012 100/555.0-0001-0018.0 36 BLACKBERRY LN CARROLL, PATRICIA A 378,300 0.01694 $6,408 OVERVALUATION 17,000 $287.98 101 2012 100/555.0-0001-0018.0 36 BLACKBERRY LN CARROLL, PATRICIA A 342,200 0.01829 $6,259 OVERVALUATION 25,900 $473.71 101 2014 100/324.0-0008-0021.0 39 BLACKBERRY LN SCHULLMAN, DANIEL & MONFREDO, DONNA L 431,200 0.01694 $7,305 OVERVALUATION 13,000 $220.22 101 2012 100/324.0-0008-0021.0 39 BLACKBERRY LN SCHULLMAN, DANIEL & MONFREDO, DONNA L 397,500 0.01829 $7,270 OVERVALUATION 25,000 $457.25 101 2014 100/195.0-0001-0016.0 49 BLACKBERRY LN ROBINSON, DIANNE 409,400 0.01694 $6,935 OVERVALUATION 16,800 $284.59 101 2012 100/200.0-0001-0048.0 6 BLACKTHORN RD BREITBORD, GARY & STEINBERG, K ETAL TRS 282,400 0.01694 $4,784 OVERVALUATION 26,800 $453.99 101 2012 100/111.0-0222-0009.0 15 BLANDIN AVE SOUTH MIDDLESEX NON-PROFIT HOUSING CORP 2,122,400 0.03711 $78,762 OVERVALUATION 2,112,400 $78,762.26 316 2011 100/552.0-0001-0046.0 3 BONITO DR GOMES, SONIA F 337,700 0.01603 $5,413 OVERVALUATION 46,200 $740.59 101 2011 100/751.0-0001-0005.A 8 BONVINI DR CUSHING, CHRISTOPHER & YANA GRIBUN 998,900 0.01829 $18,270 OVERVALUATION 60,800 $1,112.03 101 2014 100/585.0-0001-0001.0 2 BOSWORTH RD PATTAS CHRIS & STAMATI 315,900 0.01829 $5,778 OVERVALUATION 18,100 $331.05 101 2014 100/584.0-0001-0007.0 14 BOSWORTH RD HAMPTON, ROBERT L JR 401,700 0.01694 $6,805 OVERVALUATION 21,700 $367.60 101 2012 100/498.0-0001-0442.0 5 BRADFORD RD SIMONIAN PETER & VINNY V 289,700 0.01694 $4,908 OVERVALUATION 15,800 $267.65 101 2012 100/499.0-0001-0453.0 24 BRADFORD RD GOLDBERG, JEFFREY G & LINDA 320,800 0.01694 $5,434 OVERVALUATION 10,800 $182.95 101 2012 100/499.0-0001-0396.0 27 BRADFORD RD WILLIAMS, PAMELA A 285,000 0.01694 $4,828 OVERVALUATION 6,200 $105.03 101 2012 100/499.0-0001-0393.0 28 BRADFORD RD SIMS, ELIZABETH S 380,000 0.01694 $6,437 OVERVALUATION 26,900 $455.69 101 2012 100/675.0-0001-0100.0 27 BRIARWOOD RD STEIN, GLORIA & STEIN-STOUGHT, RHODA 337,400 0.01694 $5,716 OVERVALUATION 6,600 $111.80 101 2012 100/673.0-0001-0091.0 45 BRIARWOOD RD MCLAUGHLIN, COLLEEN A 353,200 0.01694 $5,983 OVERVALUATION 10,500 $177.87 101 2012 100/130.0-0271-0012.0 39 BRIDGES ST MATHEW, MANU K & SAYANA, SONI 278,400 0.01694 $4,716 OVERVALUATION 197,500 $3,345.65 111 2012 100/048.0-0094-0005.0 14 BRIGHAM RD ZUPAN, ANDREW J & MARY LYNN 397,000 0.01694 $6,725 OVERVALUATION 2,700 $45.74 101 2012 100/732.0-0001-0019.C 353 BRIMSTONE LN TOSTI CHRISTOPHER P 423,900 0.01782 $7,554 OVERVALUATION 56,200 $1,001.48 101 2015 100/732.0-0001-0019.A 365 BRIMSTONE LN AMERICAN TOWERS INC 525,600 0.03899 $20,493 OVERVALUATION 130,600 $5,092.09 431 2015 100/438.0-0002-0110.0 14 BROOK MEADOW CIR HIRSCH, ROBERT K & KORNMAN, GAYLE 719,900 0.01694 $12,195 OVERVALUATION 22,700 $384.54 101 2012 100/438.0-0002-0110.0 14 BROOK MEADOW CIR HIRSCH, ROBERT K & KORNMAN, GAYLE 719,900 0.01694 $12,195 OVERVALUATION 47,200 $799.57 101 2012 100/438.0-0002-0104.0 15 BROOK MEADOW CIR WALLENSTEIN, DAVID M & DIANE L 1,051,500 0.01694 $17,812 OVERVALUATION 247,400 $4,190.96 101 2012 100/648.0-0001-0022.0 211 BROOK ST COUGHLIN, GERARD W & LISA A 427,500 0.01694 $7,242 OVERVALUATION 21,200 $359.13 101 2012 100/398.0-0001-0001.C 342 BROOK ST LEPORATI MARK E & PAULA A 341,300 0.01694 $5,782 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $169.40 101 2012 100/484.0-0001-0183.F 400 BROOK ST SANNICANDRO, MICHAEL G & MARIE A TRS 279,200 0.01829 $5,107 OVERVALUATION 25,800 $471.88 101 2014 100/358.0-0088-0010.C 570 BROOK ST GILVARG, JONATHAN M & BARBARA R 379,500 0.01694 $6,429 OVERVALUATION 16,800 $284.59 101 2012 100/073.0-0149-0006.0 28 C ST KUPFERMAN VALERIE 218,200 0.01694 $3,696 OVERVALUATION 3,500 $59.29 101 2012 100/759.0-0001-0052.0 4 CAHILL PARK DR SLEIGHT, PETER D & DEBRA J 460,300 0.01694 $7,797 OVERVALUATION 7,500 $127.05 101 2012 100/758.0-0001-0089.0 22 CAHILL PARK DR CARR ROBERT E & JOAN 445,200 0.01694 $7,542 OVERVALUATION 4,100 $69.45 101 2012 100/116.0-0234-0016.0 34 CAMPBELL RD KADRA KENNETH R & AGNES 492,600 MIXED $12,050 OVERVALUATION 129,694 $2,079.76 013 2011 100/436.0-0001-0053.0 4 CARLING RD PHILLIPS, RAYMOND L III 264,300 0.01694 $4,477 OVERVALUATION 12,900 $218.53 101 2012 100/323.0-0006-0001.E 14 CART PATH JEWELL, GURI A 326,700 0.01694 $5,534 OVERVALUATION 11,200 $189.73 101 2012 100/737.0-0001-0010.0 42 CARTER DR ROSOFF ROBERT R & SHIFRA 437,900 0.01694 $7,418 OVERVALUATION 26,000 $440.44 101 2012 100/732.0-0001-0061.0 46 CARTER DR HARTING, GERALD & BARBARA 510,500 0.01694 $8,648 OVERVALUATION 51,100 $865.63 101 2012 100/732.0-0001-0065.0 54 CARTER DR NYER, PAUL 547,700 0.01694 $9,278 OVERVALUATION 18,600 $315.08 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0006.0 68 CARTER DR HARGROVE JAMES W 530,900 0.01603 $8,510 OVERVALUATION 17,800 $285.33 101 2011 100/780.0-0001-0012.0 80 CARTER DR VARGHESE, PAUL & CHINNAMMA 1,243,500 0.01694 $21,065 OVERVALUATION 72,800 $1,233.23 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0015.0 81 CARTER DR VOYIATZIS, GEORGE & ELENI 1,361,200 0.01694 $23,059 OVERVALUATION 77,100 $1,306.07 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0013.0 85 CARTER DR KOTSIOPOULOS, CHRIS 1,308,800 0.01694 $22,171 OVERVALUATION 285,400 $4,834.68 101 2012 100/015.0-0030-0004.0 62 CEDAR ST BAHERY, MICHAEL A 266,300 0.01603 $4,269 OVERVALUATION 11,400 $182.74 109 2011 100/279.0-0156-0008.0 2 CENTRAL ST FINLEY, JOHN H TR 3,559,000 0.03998 $142,289 OVERVALUATION 47,800 $1,911.04 401 2013 100/279.0-0156-0008.0 2 CENTRAL ST FINLEY, JOHN H TR 3,559,000 0.03998 $142,289 OVERVALUATION 159,000 $6,356.82 401 2013 04/13/2016 2 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/315.0-0999-0012.A 11 CENTRAL ST HERLIHY VENTURES LLC 234,000 0.01603 $3,751 OVERVALUATION 34,000 $545.02 102 2011 100/315.0-0999-0012.B 13 CENTRAL ST HERLIHY VENTURES LLC 232,600 0.01603 $3,729 OVERVALUATION 32,600 $522.58 102 2011 100/331.0-0001-0053.0 63 CENTRAL ST FRAPPIER, DARLENE 304,600 0.01694 $5,160 OVERVALUATION 8,500 $143.99 104 2012 100/340.0-0003-0015.B 138 CENTRAL ST KANDAR, CYNTHIA J & MOORE, EDWARD H 398,600 0.01694 $6,752 OVERVALUATION 36,400 $616.62 101 2012 100/335.0-0013-0025.0 363 CENTRAL ST TAYLOR TR, LAURENE 248,600 0.01784 $4,435 OVERVALUATION 23,600 $421.02 101 2013 100/315.0-0998-0002.0 9 CENTRAL ST #2 DONNELLY, LINDA J 128,000 0.01784 $2,284 OVERVALUATION 22,000 $392.48 102 2013 100/331.0-0999-0005.0 83 CENTRAL ST #5 ZETTEK, LUCINDA M & MATTHEW E 173,600 0.01603 $2,783 OVERVALUATION 36,440 $584.13 102 2011 100/331.0-0999-0005.0 83 CENTRAL ST #5 ZETTEK, LUCINDA M & MATTHEW E 173,600 0.01694 $2,941 OVERVALUATION 34,600 $586.12 102 2012 100/198.0-0001-0016.0 28 CHECKERBERRY LN SOMA, ANDREW L & CAROLYN J TRUSTEES 454,400 0.01694 $7,698 OVERVALUATION 21,400 $362.52 101 2012 100/626.0-0001-0283.0 42 CHECKERBERRY LN LEVINE, STEPHEN J & BARBARA A 724,800 0.01694 $12,278 OVERVALUATION 50,200 $850.39 101 2012 100/676.0-0001-0015.0 7 CHERRY OCA LN TERSONI, DOUGLAS L 405,900 0.01603 $6,507 OVERVALUATION 28,400 $455.25 101 2011 100/684.0-0001-0026.0 6 CHICKATAWBUT RD BACON, JEFFREY T & ELLEN M 435,400 0.01782 $7,759 OVERVALUATION 57,200 $1,019.30 101 2015 100/684.0-0001-0025.0 8 CHICKATAWBUT RD ASHE, MICHAEL F & BIZANOS- ASHE, A 436,200 0.01694 $7,389 OVERVALUATION 10,400 $176.18 101 2012 100/228.0-0088-0008.0 5 CHILDS CIR KISH, CARLTON D & MICHELLE M 430,600 0.01784 $7,682 OVERVALUATION 33,200 $592.29 101 2013 100/307.0-0001-0026.0 27 CHOUTEAU AVE NORTON, MICHAEL & MEREDITH 331,900 0.01694 $5,622 OVERVALUATION 14,200 $240.55 101 2012 100/744.0-0001-0020.0 18 CIDER MILL RD SILVER, JOANNE F 461,800 0.01694 $7,823 OVERVALUATION 35,200 $596.29 101 2012 100/117.0-0235-0001.A 20 CL JAMES M HALPIN DR CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 1,369,100 0.04092 $56,024 OVERVALUATION 130,900 $5,356.43 337 2014 100/499.0-0001-0456.0 25 CLARA RD HELLER, LINDA A & ROBERT J 456,400 0.01694 $7,731 OVERVALUATION 58,900 $997.77 101 2012 100/084.0-0165-0001.0 156 CLARK ST EXTN DENNISON MFG CO 148,700 0.03805 $5,658 OVERVALUATION 48,700 $1,853.04 400 2012 100/085.0-0168-0027.B 1 CLARKS HILL DIRECT INVEST-1 CLARKS HILL, LLC 9,560,200 0.04092 $391,203 OVERVALUATION 939,900 $38,460.71 340 2014 100/085.0-0168-0027.B 1 CLARKS HILL DIRECT INVEST-1 CLARKS HILL, LLC 9,560,200 0.04092 $391,203 OVERVALUATION 22,969 $939.91 340 2014 100/085.0-0168-0027.B 1 CLARKS HILL DIRECT INVEST-1 CLARKS HILL, LLC 9,560,200 0.04092 $391,203 OVERVALUATION 37,031 $1,515.29 340 2014 100/599.0-0001-0151.0 3 CLAUDETTE CIR OKAN, HALIL & CANAN 327,100 0.01784 $5,835 OVERVALUATION 12,900 $230.14 101 2013 100/599.0-0001-0151.0 3 CLAUDETTE CIR OKAN, HALIL & CANAN 310,300 0.01829 $5,675 OVERVALUATION 30,600 $559.67 101 2014 100/598.0-0001-0186.0 37 CLAUDETTE CIR MACIEL, MARIA A 294,700 0.01784 $5,257 OVERVALUATION 12,000 $214.08 101 2013 100/600.0-0001-0193.0 51 CLAUDETTE CIR TRIANO NICHOLAS P & IDA M 330,100 0.01694 $5,592 OVERVALUATION 6,800 $115.19 101 2012 100/534.0-0001-0020.0 2 CLEARVIEW DR POOLE, ALAN & ROBYN 366,100 0.01694 $6,202 OVERVALUATION 14,400 $243.94 101 2012 100/534.0-0001-0022.0 4 CLEARVIEW DR SANTO, AVELENO & ALCINA 354,900 0.01694 $6,012 OVERVALUATION 13,500 $228.69 101 2012 100/533.0-0001-0015.0 9 CLEARVIEW DR CARDARELLI, PAULINE T LIFE ESTATE 370,900 0.01694 $6,283 OVERVALUATION 13,500 $228.69 101 2012 100/535.0-0001-0010.0 19 CLEARVIEW DR FALKUM, ROBERT & PRISCILLA 389,800 0.01694 $6,603 OVERVALUATION 7,100 $120.27 101 2012 100/535.0-0001-0022.0 27 CLEARVIEW DR BANK TRS, LESLIE I & MARION R 371,300 0.01784 $6,624 OVERVALUATION 9,200 $164.13 101 2013 100/129.0-0267-0055.0 27 CLIFFORD ST MAGRINI, DOMINIC & GRACE S 252,400 0.01694 $4,276 OVERVALUATION 3,600 $60.99 101 2012 100/082.0-0160-0001.0 100 CLINTON ST DENNISON MFG CO 2,221,200 0.03805 $84,517 OVERVALUATION 1,711,200 $65,111.16 400 2012 100/130.0-0271-0001.0 39 COBURN ST CROCI, STEVEN P 228,000 0.01694 $3,862 OVERVALUATION 13,700 $232.08 101 2012 100/242.0-0079-0002.B 118 COCHITUATE RD GARDNER, THOMAS H & BRENDA A 281,400 (split)$6,444 OVERVALUATION 73,793 $1,315.00 013 2015 100/254.0-0110-0009.0 160 COCHITUATE RD FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK 1,666,200 0.03711 $61,833 OVERVALUATION 333,300 $12,368.76 340 2011 100/347.0-0111-0007.0 222 COCHITUATE RD CHALIFOUX REALTY, LLC 302,500 0.04092 $12,378 OVERVALUATION 302,500 $12,378.30 390 2014 100/347.0-0111-0015.0 260 COCHITUATE RD LEGACY PREMIER, LLC 4,509,100 0.03805 $171,571 OVERVALUATION 952,600 $36,246.43 342 2012 100/347.0-0111-0015.0 260 COCHITUATE RD LEGACY PREMIER, LLC 4,574,100 0.03998 $182,873 OVERVALUATION 1,017,600 $40,683.65 342 2013 100/344.0-0108-0018.B 345 COCHITUATE RD MCCARTHY, GEORGE E & AND LAUER, E TRS 2,836,300 0.03899 $110,587 OVERVALUATION 667,348 $26,019.90 326 2015 100/346.0-0110-0021.0 501 COCHITUATE RD FRAMINGHAM STORAGE, LLC 4,653,500 0.03805 $177,066 OVERVALUATION 1,453,500 $55,305.68 316 2012 100/346.0-0110-0021.0 501 COCHITUATE RD FRAMINGHAM STORAGE, LLC 4,560,900 0.04092 $186,632 OVERVALUATION 1,560,900 $63,872.03 316 2014 100/349.0-0114-0001.C 650 COCHITUATE RD ROUSSEAU REALTY LLC 10,008,000 0.03899 $390,212 OVERVALUATION 6,308,000 $245,948.92 301 2015 100/346.0-0110-0003.A 665 COCHITUATE RD SHUMAN, DAVID M TR 1,279,000 0.03899 $49,868 OVERVALUATION 225,760 $8,802.38 340 2015 100/311.0-0235-0003.0 740 COCHITUATE RD COCHITUATE REALTY INC 1,138,100 0.03899 $44,375 OVERVALUATION 43,917 $1,712.32 390 2015 100/311.0-0235-0004.0 750 COCHITUATE RD THE TJX COMPANIES, INC 31,109,200 0.03899 $1,212,948 OVERVALUATION 1,408,566 $54,919.99 340 2015 100/442.0-0001-0248.0 9 CODY RD BOOTH, CHRISTINA L 287,100 0.01694 $4,863 OVERVALUATION 22,400 $379.46 101 2012 100/442.0-0001-0248.0 9 CODY RD BOOTH, CHRISTINA L 243,900 0.01784 $4,351 OVERVALUATION 9,900 $176.62 101 2013 100/300.0-0203-0006.0 6 COLBY AVE DILLON, JOHN J III 413,300 0.01694 $7,001 OVERVALUATION 24,000 $406.56 101 2012 100/610.0-0001-0025.0 20 COLONIAL DR FRANCESCONI, LENA M TR 412,200 0.01694 $6,983 OVERVALUATION 10,100 $171.09 101 2012 100/126.0-0261-0034.0 48 CONANT RD FRAMINGHAM HOUSING DEVEL CORP, II 215,800 0.01829 $3,947 OVERVALUATION 34,280 $626.98 101 2014 100/003.0-0007-0007.0 188 CONCORD ST HADDAD, GEORGE E 1,272,400 0.03805 $48,415 OVERVALUATION 272,400 $10,364.82 340 2012 100/042.0-0081-0001.0 266 CONCORD ST FRAM WESLEY METHD CHURCH PROPS INC 539,200 0.03899 $21,023 OVERVALUATION 57,730 $2,250.89 326 2015 100/068.0-0135-0019.0 741 CONCORD ST CONCORDE LLC 212,800 0.03711 $7,897 OVERVALUATION 94,300 $3,499.47 337 2011 100/250.0-0102-0101.0 823 CONCORD ST BROWN, NATALIA N 318,000 0.01603 $5,098 OVERVALUATION 8,300 $133.05 101 2011 100/254.0-0109-0003.0 828 CONCORD ST FRAMINGHAM CO OP BANK 836,300 0.03711 $31,035 OVERVALUATION 92,700 $3,440.10 341 2011 100/347.0-0111-0003.0 873 CONCORD ST CONCORD STREET REALTY, LLC 447,500 0.03805 $17,027 OVERVALUATION 147,500 $5,612.38 340 2012 100/257.0-0121-0001.0 908 CONCORD ST MICHAEL SEADIA TR 199,700 0.03998 $7,984 OVERVALUATION 27,900 $1,115.44 340 2013 100/347.0-0111-0011.0 945 CONCORD ST 945 CONCORD LLC 2,452,800 0.03711 $91,023 OVERVALUATION 252,800 $9,381.41 340 2011 100/273.0-0145-0021.0 1379 CONCORD ST FARLEY EDWARD L 275,700 0.01694 $4,670 OVERVALUATION 19,500 $330.33 101 2012 100/274.0-0146-0011.0 1384 CONCORD ST BLANK, MARTIN T & MARCY A LIFE 297,100 0.01694 $5,033 OVERVALUATION 3,600 $60.98 101 2012 04/13/2016 3 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/274.0-0146-0001.0 1426 CONCORD ST LOVUOLO, MICHAEL & PARKER, SCOTT TRS 368,000 0.01782 $6,558 OVERVALUATION 46,300 $825.07 105 2015 100/275.0-0147-0003.C 1454 CONCORD ST AVACORD CONSULTING, LLC 720,200 0.01784 $12,848 OVERVALUATION 84,800 $1,512.83 101 2013 100/442.0-0001-0273.0 11 COPELAND RD HOWE, SETH P 242,000 0.01784 $4,317 OVERVALUATION 8,000 $142.72 101 2013 100/582.0-0001-0032.0 8 CORNELL RD MINER, STEPHEN M, CHERYL A & BRIAN D 301,300 0.01694 $5,104 OVERVALUATION 6,700 $113.50 101 2012 100/427.0-0001-0016.0 13 CORRINE DR LATORTUE TRS RUDOLF C & JOANN M 384,300 0.01694 $6,510 OVERVALUATION 32,600 $552.24 101 2012 100/323.0-0006-0002.I 10 COSTA CIR LEVERGOOD, ALYN V TRUSTEE 269,700 0.01694 $4,569 OVERVALUATION 8,300 $140.60 101 2012 100/323.0-0006-0002.J 12 COSTA CIR ARIAS ARIS & ARGENTINA 275,400 0.01694 $4,665 OVERVALUATION 8,600 $145.68 101 2012 100/296.0-0183-0003.A 81 COTTAGE ST TOGNACCI, MARK H & JODI L 453,300 0.01694 $7,679 OVERVALUATION 49,200 $833.45 101 2012 100/160.0-0080-0001.0 61 COVE AVE ANTONIOLI TRS, CHARLES P & DIANE E 291,200 0.01694 $4,933 OVERVALUATION 22,800 $386.23 101 2012 100/614.0-0001-0010.A 11 CREST RD MICHAELSON, BARRY L 581,300 0.01694 $9,847 OVERVALUATION 7,200 $121.97 101 2012 100/593.0-0001-0014.0 34 CRESTWOOD DR DEANER DENNIS & ELEANOR 409,200 0.01784 $7,300 OVERVALUATION 17,300 $308.63 101 2013 100/593.0-0001-0018.0 42 CRESTWOOD DR BOHMILLER RACHEL F & ROBERT E 368,300 0.01694 $6,239 OVERVALUATION 17,400 $294.76 101 2012 100/776.0-0001-0014.0 4 CROSBY CIR GANZ, GISELE M 348,300 0.01782 $6,207 OVERVALUATION 3,200 $57.02 101 2015 100/103.0-0212-0005.0 3 CURTIS RD DEMAURO,PASQUALE J & CELIA - LIFE ESTATE 292,400 0.01782 $5,211 OVERVALUATION 20,900 $372.44 104 2015 100/102.0-0210-0047.0 48 CURTIS RD COLLINS, LISA M & YUSIKONES, MARK 228,700 0.01694 $3,874 OVERVALUATION 8,000 $135.52 101 2012 100/609.0-0001-0410.0 50 CYNTHIA RD FITZGERALD RICHARD D & MARIE A 292,300 0.01784 $5,215 OVERVALUATION 9,500 $169.48 101 2013 100/609.0-0001-0409.0 58 CYNTHIA RD STANBRO, MIREILLE 321,000 0.01694 $5,438 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $169.40 101 2012 100/302.0-0211-0001.0 200 DANFORTH ST CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC 138,100 0.03805 $5,255 OVERVALUATION 76,617 $2,915.29 441 2012 100/302.0-0211-0006.A 260 DANFORTH ST GENERAZIO MICHAEL & VERONICA L 503,900 0.01694 $8,536 OVERVALUATION 45,100 $763.99 101 2012 100/588.0-0001-0001.0 264 DANFORTH ST CAMPBELL WILLIAM & MARIE 315,300 0.01694 $5,341 OVERVALUATION 7,200 $121.97 101 2012 100/302.0-0211-0007.0 220 DANFORTH ST RR CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC 2,382,900 0.03805 $90,669 OVERVALUATION 1,082,000 $64,488.21 410 2012 100/424.0-0001-0081.0 23 DAVIDSON RD LEVEY, DONALD S & CROWE-LEVEY, SANDRA M 302,500 0.01694 $5,124 OVERVALUATION 42,000 $711.48 101 2012 100/026.0-0049-0008.0 24 DAY HILL RD ROGERS, PETER T 298,800 0.01784 $5,331 OVERVALUATION 13,100 $233.70 101 2013 100/026.0-0049-0004.A 42 DAY HILL RD DUCEY, FRANK A TR 115,100 0.01784 $2,053 OVERVALUATION 114,800 $2,048.03 132 2013 100/265.0-0131-0027.0 21 DEBRA LN LASKIN, SIMON 298,300 0.01694 $5,053 OVERVALUATION 30,800 $521.75 101 2012 100/265.0-0131-0027.0 21 DEBRA LN LASKIN, SIMON 279,300 0.01829 $5,108 OVERVALUATION 8,300 $151.81 101 2014 100/308.0-0217-0026.0 18 DELMAR AVE BULLOCK, SUSAN J & JOHN E 443,200 0.01694 $7,508 OVERVALUATION 11,300 $191.42 101 2012 100/308.0-0217-0024.0 22 DELMAR AVE CHAN, WAIMAN & CAROL B 336,600 0.01694 $5,702 OVERVALUATION 13,100 $221.91 101 2012 100/309.0-0224-0035.0 65 DELMAR AVE WOLFE HAROLD J 291,100 0.01694 $4,931 OVERVALUATION 6,600 $111.80 101 2012 100/021.0-0042-0011.0 28 DELOSS ST WARREN, RAYMOND T & PATRICIA B TRS 355,900 0.01829 $6,509 OVERVALUATION 25000 $457.25 105 2014 100/301.0-0208-0012.E 24 DERBY ST EXTN STEENBRUGGEN, JOHN C & CARIANN M 572,200 0.01694 $9,693 OVERVALUATION 32,400 $548.86 101 2012 100/301.0-0208-0013.I 25 DERBY ST EXTN CARADONNA, MARK A & LISA 557,400 0.01603 $8,935 OVERVALUATION 31,600 $535.30 101 2011 100/301.0-0208-0013.D 33 DERBY ST EXTN STARR CONSTRUCTION, INC 610,700 0.01694 $10,345 OVERVALUATION 11,800 $199.89 101 2012 100/845.0-0001-0023.0 4 DITULLIO DR FASS, THOMAS M & MARJORIE A 617,500 0.01694 $10,460 OVERVALUATION 35,400 $599.68 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0027.0 1 DOESKIN DR MARINESCU, SORIN RADU & MARIA LUISA 901,900 0.01694 $15,278 OVERVALUATION 44,300 $750.44 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0027.0 1 DOESKIN DR MARINESCU, SORIN RADU & MARIA LUISA 853,900 0.01829 $15,618 OVERVALUATION 23,000 $420.67 101 2014 100/780.0-0001-0017.0 2 DOESKIN DR MACK DELBERT & CAROLYN 989,000 0.01782 $17,624 OVERVALUATION 76,300 $1,359.67 101 2015 100/780.0-0001-0026.0 3 DOESKIN DR ESCOBAR, ALBERTO & BETH M 863,300 0.01694 $14,624 OVERVALUATION 120,500 $2,041.27 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0024.0 7 DOESKIN DR EMANUEL, DAVID M & SHELLY L 1,071,400 0.01694 $18,150 OVERVALUATION 127,000 $2,151.38 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0022.0 11 DOESKIN DR VALLELY JOHN P & PATRICIA J 1,059,900 0.01694 $17,955 OVERVALUATION 202,600 $3,432.04 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0020.0 12 DOESKIN DR ROBINOW, DOUGLAS D 1,165,700 0.01603 $18,686 OVERVALUATION 276,400 $4,430.69 101 2011 100/780.0-0001-0020.0 12 DOESKIN DR ROBINOW, DOUGLAS D 922,700 0.01694 $15,631 OVERVALUATION 17,000 $287.98 101 2012 100/413.0-0001-0021.A 15 DOESKIN DR JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL 1,067,800 0.01782 $19,028 OVERVALUATION 68,900 $1,227.80 101 2015 100/270.0-0136-0161.0 17 DONLON ST BEATRICE, JUDITH L 219,800 0.01694 $3,723 OVERVALUATION 7,900 $133.83 101 2012 100/403.0-0008-0013.0 12 DONOVAN DR JOHO, MARCEL & IRIS 503,900 0.01694 $8,536 OVERVALUATION 38,900 $658.97 101 2012 100/501.0-0001-0623.0 9 DORIS RD CARDARELLI JUSTIN & MARY ANNE 292,700 0.01694 $4,958 OVERVALUATION 5,100 $86.39 101 2012 100/377.0-0106-0046.0 6 DOTTY ANN DR ZHANG, CHUNLIN 547,700 0.01694 $9,278 OVERVALUATION 72,700 $1,231.54 101 2012 100/377.0-0106-0042.0 14 DOTTY ANN DR TURETSKY ALAN I & SHARON G 559,300 0.01694 $9,475 OVERVALUATION 72,700 $1,231.54 101 2012 100/133.0-0275-0018.0 41 DOW ST BELLOLI CARLO & HAZEL 225,800 0.01782 $4,024 OVERVALUATION 35,000 $623.70 104 2015 100/657.0-0001-0014.0 9 DOYLE CIR BRADY JAMES J & CAROL C 354,600 0.01694 $6,007 OVERVALUATION 4,100 $69.45 101 2012 100/402.0-0001-0021.0 9 DRISCOLL DR KOYFMAN, LAZAR & YULIKOVA, YELENA 517,600 0.01694 $8,768 OVERVALUATION 18,000 $304.92 101 2012 100/402.0-0001-0017.0 19 DRISCOLL DR RAE, JAMES A & HELMAN, MELINDA K 409,300 0.01694 $6,934 OVERVALUATION 9,300 $157.54 101 2012 100/274.0-0146-0014.0 5 DUNHAM RD IVASHINA, SVETLANA & DAVIDOVICH, YURIY 289,400 0.01784 $5,163 OVERVALUATION 1,926 $34.36 101 2013 100/108.0-0219-0002.0 90 EAMES ST BLOCH, HARVEY E TRUSTEE 383,900 0.03998 $15,348 OVERVALUATION 73,900 $2,954.52 316 2013 100/521.0-0001-0001.0 16 EATON RD DJAFARI, NADER 324,300 0.01603 $5,199 OVERVALUATION 20,000 $320.60 101 2011 100/574.0-0001-0349.0 50 EATON RD SHIRLEY, CHERYL C 297,900 0.01694 $5,046 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $169.40 101 2012 100/360.0-0080-0015.0 54 EDGEBROOK RD MARCUS, ALAN R & JILL T 510,900 0.01603 $8,190 OVERVALUATION 26,300 $421.59 101 2011 100/403.A-0082-0040.0 102 EDGELL DR MCPHEE FRANCIS & GERALDINE 301,000 0.01694 $5,099 OVERVALUATION 10,300 $174.48 101 2012 100/351.0-0001-0018.0 121 EDGELL RD SMITH, CALVIN DONAHUE 453,300 0.01782 $8,078 OVERVALUATION 74,200 $1,322.24 101 2015 100/352.0-0002-0020.0 162 EDGELL RD ST JOHN OF SHANGHAI AND 470,500 0.01829 $8,605 OVERVALUATION 281,400 $8,605.45 101 2014 100/358.0-0088-0001.D 317 EDGELL RD HOLMAN, CARL F JR & GOODKIN, RENAY 495,800 0.01782 $8,835 OVERVALUATION 62,000 $1,104.84 101 2015 04/13/2016 4 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/358.0-0088-0001.C 319 EDGELL RD NDOU, THILIVHALI, & TSHINANNE 520,800 0.01829 $9,525 OVERVALUATION 11,500 $210.33 101 2014 100/358.0-0088-0001.C 319 EDGELL RD NDOU, THILIVHALI, & TSHINANNE 520,800 0.01829 $9,525 OVERVALUATION 19,300 $353.00 101 2014 100/370.0-0104-0031.0 534 EDGELL RD REILLY, KATHLEEN J 311,300 0.01694 $5,273 OVERVALUATION 6,100 $103.33 101 2012 100/367.0-0101-0009.A 545 EDGELL RD SPAGNUOLO, GERARD V 269,500 0.01603 $4,320 OVERVALUATION 10,800 $173.12 101 2011 100/370.0-0104-0034.0 574 EDGELL RD GARCIA, ADONAY & ESTRADA, FLAVIA 259,700 0.01782 $4,628 OVERVALUATION 17,200 $306.50 101 2015 100/373.0-0102-0002.C 691 EDGELL RD BARTER, JOSEPH G & DENISE 294,300 0.01694 $4,985 OVERVALUATION 19,700 $333.72 101 2012 100/373.0-0102-0002.B 695 EDGELL RD BRADY JOHN M & SHIRLEY 303,300 0.01603 $4,862 OVERVALUATION 20,700 $331.82 101 2011 100/373.0-0102-0002.B 695 EDGELL RD BRADY JOHN M & SHIRLEY 320,300 0.01694 $5,426 OVERVALUATION 23,000 $389.62 101 2012 100/373.0-0102-0004.D 751 EDGELL RD RONAN, EDWARD G & SUSAN M 411,400 0.01694 $6,969 OVERVALUATION 33,100 $560.71 101 2012 100/384.0-0001-0011.0 1172 EDGELL RD VETTER, TARL & JOY 355,900 0.01782 $6,342 OVERVALUATION 9,100 $162.16 101 2015 100/384.0-0001-0011.G 1190 EDGELL RD MARTIN, JOSHUA S 548,900 0.01694 $9,298 OVERVALUATION 51,800 $877.49 101 2012 100/384.0-0001-0012.D 1216 EDGELL RD MCCARTHY WAYNE A & MARIA 432,100 0.01694 $7,320 OVERVALUATION 60,200 $1,019.79 101 2012 100/697.0-0001-0015.0 1343 EDGELL RD FREUND, MITCHELL D & GOLDFARB, EMILY D 469,400 0.01694 $7,952 OVERVALUATION 14,500 $245.63 101 2012 100/697.0-0001-0017.0 1347 EDGELL RD BLOOMFIELD TRS, GERALD & ELAINE 401,000 0.01603 $6,428 OVERVALUATION 17,330 $277.80 101 2011 100/697.0-0001-0017.0 1347 EDGELL RD BLOOMFIELD TRS, GERALD & ELAINE 433,700 0.01694 $7,347 OVERVALUATION 50,600 $857.16 101 2012 100/481.0-0001-0018.0 146 EDGEWATER DR FONTAINE, RICHARD A & DONNA M 268,300 0.01694 $4,545 OVERVALUATION 3,600 $60.98 101 2012 100/504.0-0001-0672.A 8 EDITH RD FEDERMAN WILLIAM & MIRIAM 278,300 0.01694 $4,714 OVERVALUATION 5,500 $93.17 101 2012 100/505.0-0001-0655.0 26 EDITH RD TUOHY, PAUL S & MARY BETH 281,900 0.01694 $4,775 OVERVALUATION 6,100 $103.33 101 2012 100/410.0-0001-0005.0 49 EDMANDS RD JEWISH COMM HOUSING FOR ELDERLY III, INC 11,791,500 0.01603 $189,018 OVERVALUATION 3,337,400 $53,498.52 126 2011 100/410.0-0001-0014.D 177 EDMANDS RD LEIS TRS, MICHAEL D & ROBERTA G 590,700 0.01694 $10,006 OVERVALUATION 68,300 $1,157.00 101 2012 100/372.0-0120-0027.D 200 EDMANDS RD BOYES-BOGIE, KAREN 1,131,000 0.01603 $18,130 OVERVALUATION 126,400 $2,026.19 101 2011 100/372.0-0120-0027.D 200 EDMANDS RD BOYES-BOGIE, KAREN 1,072,200 0.01694 $18,163 OVERVALUATION 189,000 $3,201.66 101 2012 100/372.0-0120-0027.D 200 EDMANDS RD HU, DANIEL J 1,083,000 0.01782 $19,299 OVERVALUATION 91,300 $1,626.97 101 2015 100/410.0-0001-0035.0 219 EDMANDS RD MACDONALD ANTHONY P & EVELYN M 443,300 0.01694 $7,510 OVERVALUATION 29,600 $501.42 101 2012 100/411.0-0001-0006.0 251 EDMANDS RD MANCUSO, DONALD S & WOOD, LAURA A 333,200 0.01603 $5,341 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $282.13 101 2011 100/711.0-0001-0017.B 401 EDMANDS RD HOLLAND TRS, ANDREW B & MARGARET C 633,100 0.01694 $10,725 OVERVALUATION 5,900 $99.95 101 2012 100/711.0-0001-0018.D 403 EDMANDS RD MICHALOPOULOS, DINO TR 691,200 0.01694 $11,709 OVERVALUATION 24,600 $416.73 101 2012 100/711.0-0001-0018.D 403 EDMANDS RD MICHALOPOULOS, DINO TR 710,500 0.01782 $12,661 OVERVALUATION 16,100 $286.90 101 2015 100/737.0-0001-0029.A 463 EDMANDS RD BEAUBIEN, WILLIAM A & SUSAN M 560,600 0.01782 $9,990 OVERVALUATION 77,100 $1,373.92 101 2015 100/737.0-0001-0029.B 485 EDMANDS RD PARKER, SCOTT W & MARGRET N 896,500 0.01694 $15,187 OVERVALUATION 179,300 $3,037.34 101 2012 100/737.0-0001-0036.0 581 EDMANDS RD SCHERTZER, STANLEY A 469,300 0.01603 $7,523 OVERVALUATION 35,700 $572.27 101 2011 100/737.0-0001-0033.0 587 EDMANDS RD WEITZLER, ROBERT L & KARLA G 504,000 0.01694 $8,538 OVERVALUATION 16,500 $279.51 101 2012 100/431.0-0001-0007.0 736 EDMANDS RD SCHNEIDER, ROBERT F & PATRICIA B 349,500 0.01784 $6,235 OVERVALUATION 266,381 $4,752.24 017 2013 100/421.0-0001-0007.B 801 EDMANDS RD WHITTEMORE, DAVID O ETAL TRS 172,600 0.01784 $3,079 OVERVALUATION 165,000 $2,943.60 132 2013 100/421.0-0001-0008.A 835 EDMANDS RD MERRIAM, WILLIAM G & THERESA A 299,800 0.01603 $4,806 OVERVALUATION 29,330 $470.16 101 2011 100/421.0-0001-0008.A 835 EDMANDS RD MERRIAM, WILLIAM G & THERESA A 298,500 0.01694 $5,057 OVERVALUATION 18,180 $307.97 101 2012 100/431.0-0001-0009.0 842 EDMANDS RD HARRINGTON, GEORGE C & DIANTHA C TR 659,900 0.01784 $11,773 OVERVALUATION 44,200 $788.53 109 2013 100/431.0-0001-0009.0 842 EDMANDS RD HARRINGTON, GEORGE C & DIANTHA C TR 647,100 (split)$11,592 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $389.00 017 2015 100/423.0-0003-0012.A 939 EDMANDS RD LIOCE, DAVID M 647,100 0.01782 $11,531 OVERVALUATION 57,300 $1,021.09 101 2015 100/423.0-0003-0012.G 1031 EDMANDS RD LACKRITZ, NEAL M & MARJORIE L 403,200 0.03711 $14,963 OVERVALUATION 133,960 $4,971.26 801 2011 100/423.0-0003-0012.G 1031 EDMANDS RD LACKRITZ, NEAL M & MARJORIE L 433,700 0.03805 $16,502 OVERVALUATION 152,894 $5,817.62 801 2012 100/423.0-0003-0012.G 1031 EDMANDS RD LACKRITZ, NEAL M & MARJORIE L 439,300 0.03998 $17,563 OVERVALUATION 162,733 $6,506.07 801 2013 100/423.0-0003-0012.G 1031 EDMANDS RD LACKRITZ, NEAL M & MARJORIE L 446,400 0.04092 $18,267 OVERVALUATION 166,460 $6,811.55 801 2014 100/432.0-0001-0016.0 1062 EDMANDS RD STEPHAN TR, D W 276,100 0.04092 $11,298 OVERVALUATION 85,885 $3,514.41 718 2014 100/567.0-0001-0016.0 16 EISENHOWER RD LEVY PHILIP & JEANNE 365,000 0.01694 $6,183 OVERVALUATION 37,300 $631.86 101 2012 100/043.0-0084-0025.0 37 ELIZABETH CIR JACOBS, HERBERT 390,200 0.01603 $6,255 OVERVALUATION 20,900 $335.03 101 2011 100/043.0-0084-0025.0 37 ELIZABETH CIR JACOBS, HERBERT 358,100 0.01694 $6,066 OVERVALUATION 32,100 $543.77 101 2012 100/290.0-0179-0027.0 3 ELM ST LU, ZHE 423,900 (split)$10,515 OVERVALUATION 12,300 $1,698.00 013 2015 100/292.0-0183-0004.B 147 ELM ST LIBERATO, WEBER K 344,500 0.01694 $5,836 OVERVALUATION 11,700 $198.20 101 2012 100/292.0-0183-0004.B 147 ELM ST LIBERATO, WEBER K 307,300 0.01829 $5,621 OVERVALUATION 72,200 $1,320.54 101 2014 100/292.0-0183-0006.A 0 ELM ST OFF CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC 4,693,600 0.01694 $79,510 OVERVALUATION 407,000 $72,615.00 131 2012 100/107.0-0218-0009.0 1 FIRST ST CORREIA, JOSE & ROSA M LIFE ESTATE 248,800 0.01782 $4,434 OVERVALUATION 23,500 $418.77 101 2015 100/773.0-0001-0029.0 45 FLANAGAN DR LIPP, MICHAEL M & TANYA R 712,400 0.01694 $12,068 OVERVALUATION 37,600 $636.94 101 2012 100/774.0-0001-0081.0 78 FLANAGAN DR BOOK, RICHARD H & STACY D 514,000 0.01829 $9,401 OVERVALUATION 27,900 $510.29 101 2014 100/774.0-0001-0021.0 101 FLANAGAN DR DONELLY, MICHAEL & DARIA 590,100 0.01694 $9,996 OVERVALUATION 7,600 $128.74 101 2012 100/363.0-0001-0064.0 62 FLORITA DR DANIELLO MICHAEL F & URSULA C 291,500 0.01694 $4,938 OVERVALUATION 13,200 $223.61 101 2012 100/722.0-0001-0021.0 1 FORD LN SAKIN LOUIS HOWARD & LINDA K 396,500 0.01694 $6,717 OVERVALUATION 43,900 $743.67 101 2012 100/191.0-0001-0010.0 21 FOSTER DR BLACK HUBERT R & NANCY 295,400 0.01694 $5,004 OVERVALUATION 24,900 $421.81 101 2012 100/143.0-0296-0002.0 31 FOUNTAIN ST OLIVER, AUDREY M 177,400 0.01784 $3,165 OVERVALUATION 20,300 $362.15 101 2013 100/142.0-0299-0001.A 59 FOUNTAIN ST BANCROFT FOUNTAIN REALTY LLC 3,235,600 0.03899 $126,156 OVERVALUATION 759,447 $29,610.84 316 2015 100/145.0-0305-0001.0 184 FOUNTAIN ST CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 971,400 0.03711 $36,049 OVERVALUATION 302,000 $11,207.22 312 2011 04/13/2016 5 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/620.0-0001-0061.0 271 FOUNTAIN ST OLIVA GUIDO J & LENA & PEARL 553,700 0.01782 $9,867 OVERVALUATION 38,800 $691.42 101 2015 100/150.0-0999-0212.A 212 FOUNTAIN ST #A GOODMAN, MICHAEL & JANET 168,100 0.01782 $2,996 OVERVALUATION 23,100 $411.64 102 2015 100/301.0-0208-0016.F 1 FOX CREEK LN ELON DEVELOPMENT, LLC 153,700 0.01782 $2,739 OVERVALUATION 105,811 $1,839.00 130 2015 100/301.0-0208-0016.I 7 FOX CREEK LN ELON DEVELOPMENT, LLC 363,300 0.01782 $6,474 OVERVALUATION 5,747 $102.41 101 2015 100/506.0-0001-0366.0 28 FRANCINE RD THE NEW ENGLAND CENTER FOR CHILDREN 391,700 0.01829 $7,164 OVERVALUATION 391,700 $7,164.19 101 2014 100/016.0-0031-0503.0 3 FRANKLIN COMMONS MONTAGUE, SHAHNAZ Z 172,900 0.03899 $6,741 OVERVALUATION 23,800 $927.96 344 2015 100/016.0-0031-0503.0 3 FRANKLIN COMMONS MONTAGUE, SHAHNAZ Z 167,600 0.04092 $6,858 OVERVALUATION 24,993 $1,022.71 344 2014 100/018.0-0038-0004.0 138 FRANKLIN ST CAO, JINGSONG 367,400 0.01784 $6,554 OVERVALUATION 101,700 $1,814.33 111 2013 100/018.0-0038-0004.0 138 FRANKLIN ST CAO, JINGSONG 367,400 0.01829 $6,720 OVERVALUATION 50,800 $929.14 111 2014 100/023.0-0045-0003.0 298 FRANKLIN ST BISHOP, BRIAN J 315,000 0.01603 $5,049 OVERVALUATION 10,500 $168.32 101 2011 100/027.0-0051-0003.0 390 FRANKLIN ST BARJAN REALTY CO 1,174,700 0.03899 $45,802 OVERVALUATION 87,200 $3,399.93 316 2015 100/027.0-0051-0001.A 480 FRANKLIN ST FRAMINGHAM FRANKLIN LLC 2,964,900 0.04092 $121,324 OVERVALUATION 264,900 $10,839.71 323 2014 100/205.0-0008-0011.0 611 FRANKLIN ST SLATKAVITZ, ALICE 282,600 0.01784 $5,042 OVERVALUATION 20,700 $369.29 101 2013 100/205.0-0009-0016.C 661 FRANKLIN ST MCGRATH, SEAN P TR 475,800 0.03711 $17,657 OVERVALUATION 73,200 $2,716.45 342 2011 100/205.0-0009-0016.C 661 FRANKLIN ST MCGRATH, SEAN P TR 468,800 0.03805 $17,838 OVERVALUATION 64,400 $2,450.42 342 2012 100/205.0-0009-0016.D 665 FRANKLIN ST MCGRATH, SEAN P TR 501,800 0.03711 $18,622 OVERVALUATION 73,200 $2,716.45 342 2011 100/205.0-0009-0016.D 665 FRANKLIN ST MCGRATH, SEAN P TR 485,100 0.03805 $18,458 OVERVALUATION 56,500 $2,149.83 342 2012 100/053.0-0105-0018.A 2 FREDERICK ST TWO FREDERICK STREET, LLC 417,300 0.03711 $15,486 OVERVALUATION 104,400 $3,874.28 340 2011 100/004.0-0008-0008.0 43 FREDERICK ST FRAMINGHAM ACQUISITION LLC 287,200 0.01603 $4,604 OVERVALUATION 20,000 $320.60 105 2011 100/004.0-0008-0009.0 47 FREDERICK ST FRAMINGHAM ACQUISITION LLC 333,100 0.01603 $5,340 OVERVALUATION 20,000 $320.60 111 2011 100/373.0-0102-0004.B 2 FROST ST MANNING WM C & JUDITH A 338,200 0.01694 $5,729 OVERVALUATION 9,600 $162.62 101 2012 100/373.0-0102-0004.B 2 FROST ST MANNING WM C & JUDITH A 314,700 0.01784 $5,614 OVERVALUATION 26,100 $465.62 101 2013 100/740.0-0001-0022.A 8 FROST ST MCARDLE, THOMAS M & KATHLEEN A 406,900 0.01782 $7,251 OVERVALUATION 11,400 $203.15 101 2015 100/374.0-0103-0002.C 48 FROST ST ZUKOR TR, JOSEPH G 542,500 0.01784 $9,678 OVERVALUATION 25,700 $458.49 101 2013 100/791.0-0001-0033.0 23 GARVEY RD WEINER, JOEL 655,200 0.01782 $11,676 OVERVALUATION 8,500 $151.47 101 2015 100/792.0-0001-0049.0 41 GARVEY RD GILLIS JOHN T & LESLIE M 566,600 0.01694 $9,598 OVERVALUATION 18,700 $316.78 101 2012 100/792.0-0001-0002.0 48 GARVEY RD TOSCANO, CHRIS F 551,500 0.01694 $9,342 OVERVALUATION 11,200 $189.73 101 2012 100/765.0-0001-0001.0 3 GATES ST SULLIVAN GEORGE & GERALDINE 231,700 0.01694 $3,925 OVERVALUATION 13,200 $223.61 101 2012 100/595.0-0001-0108.B 4 GENARDY WAY STACHELEK, ALOYSIUS & HELEN 325,900 0.01603 $5,224 OVERVALUATION 7,500 $120.23 101 2011 100/595.0-0001-0110.0 5 GENARDY WAY MCGRAIL, MATTHEW W & KAREN M 413,500 0.01694 $7,005 OVERVALUATION 14,600 $247.32 101 2012 100/118.0-0239-0007.0 13 GEORGE ST ZANCHI JOAN M 289,100 0.01784 $5,158 OVERVALUATION 16,700 $297.93 105 2013 100/842.0-0001-0010.0 7 GIBBS VALLEY PATH ROSENBERG, STEVEN M & DIANE M.477,500 0.01694 $8,089 OVERVALUATION 18,100 $306.61 101 2012 100/842.0-0001-0015.0 12 GIBBS VALLEY PATH BRODEN CLARK E & MARCY 484,000 0.01694 $8,199 OVERVALUATION 11,800 $199.89 101 2012 100/136.0-0282-0004.0 11 GILBERT ST SJOBERG, JEFFREY 262,300 0.01603 $4,205 OVERVALUATION 37,500 $601.13 101 2011 100/137.0-0285-0036.0 78 GILBERT ST LEWIS, GEORGE 372,000 0.01829 $6,804 OVERVALUATION 9,600 $175.56 101 2014 100/247.0-0085-0022.0 18 GILLEONARD LN SCHWARTZ, MILTON & JOAN 546,300 0.01784 $9,746 OVERVALUATION 23,500 $419.24 101 2013 100/247.0-0085-0023.0 20 GILLEONARD LN ROBINSON, RICHARD C & JOAN E 654,400 0.01694 $11,086 OVERVALUATION 35,300 $597.98 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0024.0 22 GILLEONARD LN FULTON, ROBERT & LILLIAN 615,300 0.01694 $10,423 OVERVALUATION 48,000 $813.12 101 2012 100/194.0-0001-0013.0 41 GLEASON ST MAHON RICHARD S & KATHERINE 253,700 0.01603 $4,067 OVERVALUATION 18,600 $498.16 101 2011 100/194.0-0001-0004.0 59 GLEASON ST BRUNDAGE EUGENE & MARY ANN 342,900 0.01694 $5,809 OVERVALUATION 12,800 $216.84 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0007.0 18 GOODNOW LN GILMANSHIN, RUDOLF 688,800 0.01694 $11,668 OVERVALUATION 40,400 $684.37 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0042.0 19 GOODNOW LN BANKER, CYNTHIA F & ROBERT F 671,400 0.01694 $11,374 OVERVALUATION 47,100 $797.87 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0012.0 28 GOODNOW LN SUKHARSKY, ANATOLY 886,600 0.01784 $15,817 OVERVALUATION 95,900 $1,710.86 101 2013 100/733.0-0001-0037.0 29 GOODNOW LN SAFRAN, BARBARA G & STEPHEN E 735,600 0.01694 $12,461 OVERVALUATION 34,600 $586.12 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0035.0 33 GOODNOW LN SAMUELSON, KURT D & JEAN A 620,100 0.01694 $10,504 OVERVALUATION 40,100 $679.29 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0015.0 34 GOODNOW LN IABLONOVSKI, NATALIA & ORLOV, VADIUM 572,400 0.01603 $9,176 OVERVALUATION 23,400 $375.10 101 2011 100/733.0-0001-0015.0 34 GOODNOW LN IABLONOVSKI, NATALIA & ORLOV, VADIUM 672,400 0.01694 $11,390 OVERVALUATION 46,500 $787.71 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0030.0 43 GOODNOW LN MILLER, MICHAEL J & DEBORAH J 864,200 0.01694 $14,640 OVERVALUATION 29,100 $492.95 101 2012 100/733.0-0001-0027.0 49 GOODNOW LN SERRA, DOMINIC R & JULIE A 714,400 0.01694 $12,102 OVERVALUATION 9,600 $162.63 101 2012 100/055.0-0108-0015.0 76 GRANT ST BAER, JOHN F JR TR 650,300 0.01603 $10,424 OVERVALUATION 470,200 $7,537.31 106 2011 100/083.0-0999-0002.A 39 GRANT ST #1 39 GRANT PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC 437,300 0.03998 $17,483 OVERVALUATION 255,100 $10,198.90 344 2013 100/083.0-0999-0002.A 39 GRANT ST #1 39 GRANT PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC 437,300 0.04092 $17,894 OVERVALUATION 255,100 $10,438.69 344 2014 100/083.0-0999-0002.B 39 GRANT ST #2 39 GRANT PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC 1,425,400 0.03998 $56,987 OVERVALUATION 670,300 $26,798.59 344 2013 100/083.0-0999-0002.B 39 GRANT ST #2 39 GRANT PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC 1,425,400 0.04092 $58,327 OVERVALUATION 670,300 $27,428.68 344 2014 100/344.0-0108-0019.0 10 GREENVIEW ST KOSOW, MARVIN TRUSTEE 22,865,600 0.01694 $387,343 OVERVALUATION 4,665,600 $79,035.26 113 2012 100/344.0-0108-0019.0 10 GREENVIEW ST KOSOW, MARVIN TRUSTEE 22,865,600 0.01784 $407,922 OVERVALUATION 4,665,600 $83,234.30 113 2013 100/344.0-0108-0019.0 10 GREENVIEW ST KOSOW, MARVIN TRUSTEE 22,215,900 0.01829 $406,329 OVERVALUATION 3,670,459 $67,132.69 113 2014 100/418.0-0001-0031.0 30 GREGORY RD GUERRIERO TRS, M & THURROTT, C 282,100 0.01694 $4,779 OVERVALUATION 27,800 $470.93 101 2012 100/561.0-0001-0085.A 44 GREGORY RD KLINGSBERG, DEBRA 280,400 0.01694 $4,750 OVERVALUATION 13,500 $228.69 101 2012 100/517.0-0001-0820.0 29 GRIFFIN RD MCLEAN, SEAN C & KILLULIS, DIANNA M 328,400 0.01694 $5,563 OVERVALUATION 17,800 $301.53 101 2012 100/517.0-0001-0850.0 36 GRIFFIN RD NOERPEL, DIANE R 307,300 0.01694 $5,206 OVERVALUATION 10,600 $179.56 101 2012 04/13/2016 6 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/525.0-0001-0020.0 44 GRIFFIN RD ROTH, ALLA & ALEXANDER 317,500 0.01694 $5,378 OVERVALUATION 15,200 $257.49 101 2012 100/525.0-0001-0023.0 50 GRIFFIN RD MAHONEY, NEAL T 290,600 0.01694 $4,923 OVERVALUATION 16,800 $284.59 101 2012 100/525.0-0001-0024.0 52 GRIFFIN RD LEARMONTH ROBERT A 290,000 0.01694 $4,913 OVERVALUATION 16,600 $281.20 101 2012 100/525.0-0001-0093.0 53 GRIFFIN RD SMITH, PATRICIA L 322,800 0.01694 $5,468 OVERVALUATION 11,700 $198.20 101 2012 100/524.0-0001-0025.0 54 GRIFFIN RD GOLDMAN, SANDRA B 282,800 0.01784 $5,045 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $313.98 101 2013 100/523.0-0001-0034.0 74 GRIFFIN RD STAGIKAS WILLIAM T & HRISOULA 298,500 0.01694 $5,057 OVERVALUATION 14,900 $252.41 101 2012 100/379.0-0039-0020.0 152 GROVE ST SECREST-ROBERTSON, RUTH 542,700 (split)$10,665 OVERVALUATION 38,776 $691.00 018 2015 100/378.0-0039-0005.A 296 GROVE ST ZASADA, PETER R & JOANNA M 630,400 0.01694 $10,679 OVERVALUATION 78,100 $1,323.01 101 2012 100/378.0-0039-0005.D 304 GROVE ST RICCIARDI, VICTOR & CAROL 663,600 0.01694 $11,241 OVERVALUATION 77,500 $1,312.85 101 2012 100/195.0-0001-0022.0 612 GROVE ST GLICKMAN RANDALL & CYNTHIA W 412,200 0.01603 $6,608 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $160.30 101 2011 100/195.0-0001-0022.0 612 GROVE ST GLICKMAN RANDALL & CYNTHIA W 440,200 0.01694 $7,457 OVERVALUATION 24,100 $408.25 101 2012 100/751.0-0001-0003.0 641 GROVE ST SWISHER, SAMUEL P & SNYDER, PAULINE B 497,300 0.01694 $8,424 OVERVALUATION 7,900 $133.83 101 2012 100/435.0-0001-0006.B 718 GROVE ST RICH, DAVID C & BONNIE T 484,400 0.01782 $8,632 OVERVALUATION 77,600 $1,382.83 101 2015 100/840.0-0001-0010.0 731 GROVE ST ABDOW, ELLEN S 560,600 0.01829 $10,253 OVERVALUATION 153,800 $2,813.00 101 2014 100/840.0-0001-0014.B 765 GROVE ST SHWERT, GRACE E & WALTER A 514,800 0.01694 $8,721 OVERVALUATION 16,400 $277.82 101 2012 100/435.0-0001-0008.C 842 GROVE ST FORAN, KATHLEEN A & ANNE P TRS 610,500 0.01694 $10,342 OVERVALUATION 69,800 $1,182.41 101 2012 100/430.0-0001-0012.C 1041 GROVE ST ALDEN, RUTH 477,500 0.01694 $8,089 OVERVALUATION 9,800 $166.01 101 2012 100/431.0-0001-0002.0 1060 GROVE ST MCLAUGHLIN IV, F MOORE ESQ TR 3,430,000 0.01784 $61,191 OVERVALUATION 930,000 $16,591.20 109 2013 100/431.0-0001-0002.C 1062 GROVE ST MOYLAN, THOMAS J TR 1,372,300 0.01829 $25,099 OVERVALUATION 161,800 $2,959.32 101 2014 100/430.0-0001-0015.D 1173 GROVE ST KILADIS, PATRICIA A & NICHOLAS J TR 554,100 0.01694 $9,386 OVERVALUATION 45,700 $774.16 101 2012 100/430.0-0001-0010.E 1015 GROVE ST RR ANTHONY, THEODORE C JR TRUSTEE 45,400 0.01694 $769 OVERVALUATION 34,500 $584.43 132 2012 100/725.0-0001-0010.0 34 GRYZBOSKA CIR BAJAKIAN ARSENE & HARRIET S 350,200 0.01694 $5,932 OVERVALUATION 12,500 $211.75 101 2012 100/166.0-0348-0039.0 64 GUILD RD DAVILA, SIMONE L 247,400 0.01782 $4,409 OVERVALUATION 2,600 $46.33 104 2015 100/051.0-0102-0002.0 7 HAMPSHIRE RD SALVATO, JOANNE M 275,000 0.01782 $4,901 OVERVALUATION 23,700 $422.33 101 2015 100/845.0-0001-0031.0 1 HANCOCK LN RAVICHAUDRAN, SRINIVASAN & SHANTHI 608,000 0.01782 $10,835 OVERVALUATION 11,700 $208.49 101 2015 100/845.0-0001-0030.0 3 HANCOCK LN REISS, ARLENE M & JAMES 602,400 0.01694 $10,205 OVERVALUATION 44,100 $747.05 101 2012 100/845.0-0001-0025.0 4 HANCOCK LN SILVER, GEORGE E & ILENE S 526,500 0.01694 $8,919 OVERVALUATION 8,600 $145.68 101 2012 100/845.0-0001-0029.0 5 HANCOCK LN WING, STEPHEN M & TERRY 546,900 0.01694 $9,264 OVERVALUATION 59,200 $1,002.85 101 2012 100/845.0-0001-0026.0 6 HANCOCK LN GIORGETTI, MICHAEL S & MARIE M 588,400 0.01694 $9,967 OVERVALUATION 28,400 $481.10 101 2012 100/845.0-0001-0028.0 7 HANCOCK LN KAITZ, NATHAN & SALLY 506,800 0.01694 $8,585 OVERVALUATION 24,600 $416.72 101 2012 100/264.0-0133-0079.0 22 HARDY ST PINCHOOK TR, ALAN 304,600 0.01694 $5,160 OVERVALUATION 11,300 $191.42 101 2012 100/158.0-0999-0017.A 6 HARMONY LN UNIT 1 GOODMAN, MICHAEL & JANET 191,000 0.01782 $3,404 OVERVALUATION 17,000 $302.94 102 2015 100/606.0-0001-0376.0 39 HARRINGTON RD DAUGHERTY JOHN CHARLES & JEAN 312,800 0.01694 $5,299 OVERVALUATION 18,900 $320.17 101 2012 100/607.0-0001-0305.0 79 HARRINGTON RD MANNING FRANCIS P & JANICE R 408,400 0.01694 $6,918 OVERVALUATION 26,900 $455.69 101 2012 100/199.0-0001-0017.0 90 HASTINGS ST KAMEESE JOSEPH R 254,900 0.01694 $4,318 OVERVALUATION 14,000 $237.16 101 2012 100/009.0-0017-0016.0 23 HAYES ST SOM, ANGEL 207,700 0.01784 $3,705 OVERVALUATION 16,000 $285.44 101 2013 100/009.0-0019-0005.0 34 HAYES ST WALLEN, PHYLLIS D TRUSTEE 324,000 0.01603 $5,194 OVERVALUATION 51,158 $820.06 111 2011 100/529.0-0001-0035.0 12 HAYNES RD BRITTON, ROBERT J JR 290,700 0.01784 $5,186 OVERVALUATION 1,220 $217.65 101 2013 100/116.0-0233-0007.0 15 HEARTH ST PHALAN, ROBERT 399,100 0.01694 $6,761 OVERVALUATION 37,900 $642.03 101 2012 100/177.0-0001-0046.0 16 HEATHER DR ROUSE TR, HOWARD C 264,600 0.01694 $4,482 OVERVALUATION 15,900 $269.35 101 2012 100/570.0-0001-0128.0 74 HEMENWAY RD KAPLOW SHELDON H & NORMA S 328,200 0.01694 $5,560 OVERVALUATION 13,700 $232.08 101 2012 100/571.0-0001-0130.0 78 HEMENWAY RD KALIN, CECILY J & DAVID M & GOOKIN 290,600 0.01694 $4,923 OVERVALUATION 11,900 $201.58 101 2012 100/707.0-0001-0015.0 1 HEMLOCK LN SUMARGO, DAVID S & NANIK H 544,000 0.01694 $9,215 OVERVALUATION 24,800 $420.11 101 2012 100/707.0-0001-0001.0 2 HEMLOCK LN MANOWITZ, PAULA & KAREN T 547,000 0.01784 $9,758 OVERVALUATION 38,200 $681.49 101 2013 100/720.0-0001-0046.0 7 HICKEY DR VERON HARRY & ARLENE S 404,000 0.01694 $6,844 OVERVALUATION 17,900 $303.23 101 2012 100/720.0-0001-0005.0 12 HICKEY DR MCCARTHY, RAYMOND J III & DIANA L 415,700 0.01603 $6,664 OVERVALUATION 7,500 $120.23 101 2011 100/722.0-0001-0008.0 18 HICKEY DR CHYTEN TR, ALAN M 493,500 0.01694 $8,360 OVERVALUATION 51,100 $865.63 101 2012 100/755.0-0001-0005.0 9 HICKORY HILL LN RYAN, ROBERT D & JENNIFER H 425,500 0.01694 $7,208 OVERVALUATION 21,100 $357.43 101 2012 100/755.0-0001-0006.0 11 HICKORY HILL LN LEDDY THOMAS M 465,400 0.01694 $7,884 OVERVALUATION 28,100 $476.01 101 2012 100/756.0-0001-0016.0 20 HICKORY HILL LN BAKER, ELLEN MARIE & C SCOTT 445,100 0.01694 $7,540 OVERVALUATION 20,300 $343.88 101 2012 100/756.0-0001-0030.0 21 HICKORY HILL LN MARMER, ELAINE I 440,500 0.01694 $7,462 OVERVALUATION 7,000 $118.58 101 2012 100/244.0-0001-0039.0 23 HIGHGATE RD KAUFMAN TRS, ABRAHAM & ARLENE 319,300 0.01829 $5,840 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $182.90 101 2014 100/399.0-0001-0042.0 29 HIGHGATE RD KOKOSZKA, STANLEY L & SHEILA B TR 371,200 0.01694 $6,288 OVERVALUATION 20,700 $350.66 101 2012 100/295.0-0001-0044.0 33 HIGHGATE RD MONTILLO, SALVATORE & PHYLLIS M 476,600 0.01694 $8,074 OVERVALUATION 6,800 $115.19 101 2012 100/295.0-0001-0045.0 35 HIGHGATE RD MOTYKA, JOSEPH M 315,300 0.01829 $5,767 OVERVALUATION 29,400 $537.73 101 2014 100/015.0-0030-0022.0 51 HIGHLAND ST FRAMINGHAM HOUSING DEV CORP II 206,400 0.01694 $3,496 OVERVALUATION 25,974 $440.40 101 2012 100/192.0-0001-0031.0 9 HIRAM RD NICHOLAS, ANNE 308,000 0.01694 $5,218 OVERVALUATION 27,600 $467.54 101 2012 100/193.0-0001-0005.0 14 HIRAM RD DICICCO, LOUIS J JR & AQUILINO, S TR 311,300 0.01694 $5,273 OVERVALUATION 37,200 $630.17 101 2012 100/193.0-0001-0018.0 27 HIRAM RD BREEN TRS, JOHN W & CHARLOTTE F 307,400 0.01694 $5,207 OVERVALUATION 20,800 $352.36 101 2012 100/197.0-0001-0010.0 16 HODDER LN WALSH TRS, JAMES A & ROSE L B 522,400 0.01694 $8,849 OVERVALUATION 32,900 $557.33 101 2012 100/198.0-0001-0022.0 26 HODDER LN ABELLI, NEIL & CAROL 522,800 0.01694 $8,856 OVERVALUATION 48,300 $818.20 101 2012 04/13/2016 7 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/119.0-0242-0007.0 330 HOLLIS ST HAWES, JENNIFER 224,400 0.01694 $3,801 OVERVALUATION 13,200 $223.61 101 2012 100/118.0-0239-0005.0 400 HOLLIS ST SOM, ANGEL M 300,100 0.01784 $5,354 OVERVALUATION 9,300 $165.91 105 2013 100/118.0-0239-0001.0 426 HOLLIS ST LEMUS, MARILUCE 283,200 0.01694 $4,797 OVERVALUATION 87,300 $1,478.86 104 2012 100/137.0-0285-0004.0 435 HOLLIS ST QUINTANILLA, EDITH B 201,900 0.01784 $3,602 OVERVALUATION 3,600 $64.22 101 2013 100/167.0-0350-0009.0 480 HOLLIS ST CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 3,177,800 0.04092 $130,036 OVERVALUATION 311,700 $12,754.76 338 2014 100/161.0-0336-0005.C 547 HOLLIS ST MERUSI, RICHARD J 430,300 0.01694 $7,289 OVERVALUATION 29,400 $489.28 101 2012 100/163.0-0341-0001.0 625 HOLLIS ST YOUNG CARROLL M & MARIE 246,800 0.01694 $4,181 OVERVALUATION 4,900 $83.01 101 2012 100/164.0-0328-0200.0 636 HOLLIS ST FINO, LESLEY TR 202,700 0.01694 $3,434 OVERVALUATION 8,000 $135.52 101 2012 100/005.0-0009-0019.0 206 HOWARD ST FIORE JOHN C 424,500 0.04092 $17,371 OVERVALUATION 296,122 $5,250.81 342 2014 100/005.0-0009-0018.0 220 HOWARD ST ROSE, WILLIAM H TR 299,100 0.03899 $11,662 OVERVALUATION 30,000 $1,169.70 332 2015 100/083.0-0162-0011.0 272 HOWARD ST ROSE WILLIAM & KATES K P 358,100 0.03805 $13,626 OVERVALUATION 58,100 $2,210.71 332 2012 100/684.0-0001-0006.0 5 HURON DR FARLEY, CHRISTOPHER 329,200 0.01694 $5,577 OVERVALUATION 12,600 $213.44 101 2012 100/248.0-0073-0001.0 23 INDIAN HEAD RD MCLAUGHLIN, TOM M & ADRIANNA 501,400 0.01603 $8,037 OVERVALUATION 12,700 $203.58 101 2011 100/248.0-0073-0001.0 23 INDIAN HEAD RD MCLAUGHLIN, TOM M & ADRIANNA 476,600 0.01694 $8,074 OVERVALUATION 26,600 $450.60 101 2012 100/568.0-0001-0101.0 4 IRENE RD ASTAPOVEH RICHARD W & KATHLEEN 325,300 0.01694 $5,511 OVERVALUATION 15,500 $262.57 101 2012 100/011.0-0022-0001.0 172 IRVING ST CHARNITSKY, HOWARD & VERNA-ANN POWER 434,300 0.01829 $7,943 OVERVALUATION 42,800 $782.53 111 2014 100/011.0-0022-0001.A 180 IRVING ST SHARMA, RAMAN & RAJNI 348,400 0.01782 $6,208 OVERVALUATION 58,400 $1,040.69 105 2015 100/403.B-0001-0024.A 36 JAMES ST LOYCANO ROBERT J & ANTOINETTE 275,800 0.01694 $4,672 OVERVALUATION 7,000 $118.58 101 2012 100/403.B-0001-0018.0 57 JANEBAR CIR HOLT, KEVIN D 233,200 0.01694 $3,950 OVERVALUATION 7,700 $130.44 101 2012 100/559.0-0001-0080.0 7 JANICE CIR BROWN RUSSELL P & JANICE 348,500 0.01694 $5,904 OVERVALUATION 24,500 $415.03 101 2012 100/751.0-0001-0005.C 14 JANICE CIR BROSSI JOSEPH S 490,700 0.01829 $8,975 OVERVALUATION 15,000 $274.35 101 2014 100/302.0-0211-0031.0 17 JAY DR XU, GUOYOU & ZHOU, YUNHONG 484,700 0.01694 $8,211 OVERVALUATION 6,200 $105.03 101 2012 100/484.0-0001-0040.B 102 JEAN ST GOLDMAN, HOWARD F & SUSAN I 341,900 0.01694 $5,792 OVERVALUATION 14,400 $243.94 101 2012 100/400.0-0002-0009.B 3 JOAN AVE LOPATIN, LEONID & SUSANNA 506,600 0.01694 $8,582 OVERVALUATION 24,100 $408.25 101 2012 100/604.0-0001-0024.0 7 JOANNE DR BHATNAGAR, NAVEEN 411,600 0.01829 $7,528 OVERVALUATION 18,700 $342.02 101 2014 100/604.0-0001-0021.0 13 JOANNE DR WINER, FAYE P 371,800 0.01694 $6,298 OVERVALUATION 6,100 $103.33 101 2012 100/604.0-0001-0021.0 13 JOANNE DR WINER, FAYE P 369,500 0.01782 $6,584 OVERVALUATION 13,300 $237.01 101 2015 100/620.0-0001-0067.0 11 JODIE RD HAMEL ARTHUR R & ELEANOR 337,900 0.01694 $5,724 OVERVALUATION 22,700 $384.54 101 2012 100/620.0-0001-0068.0 13 JODIE RD HALLORAN, ANN L 314,900 0.01603 $5,048 OVERVALUATION 27,400 $439.22 101 2011 100/622.0-0001-0070.0 17 JODIE RD PARKER JANE A 370,900 0.01694 $6,283 OVERVALUATION 18,700 $316.78 101 2012 100/622.0-0001-0130.0 18 JODIE RD LARSON JOAN K 372,900 0.01694 $6,317 OVERVALUATION 27,900 $472.63 101 2012 100/623.0-0001-0081.0 27 JODIE RD SHAW NED & ROSE MARIE 369,500 0.01603 $5,923 OVERVALUATION 39,500 $669.13 101 2011 100/623.0-0001-0081.0 27 JODIE RD SHAW NED & ROSE MARIE 356,200 0.01784 $6,355 OVERVALUATION 26,200 $467.41 101 2013 100/623.0-0001-0081.0 27 JODIE RD SHAW NED & ROSE MARIE 356,200 0.01829 $6,515 OVERVALUATION 26,500 $484.69 101 2014 100/623.0-0001-0126.0 28 JODIE RD SWINDELL WARREN & DAWN 333,500 0.01603 $5,346 OVERVALUATION 5,700 $91.37 101 2011 100/628.0-0001-0115.0 45 JODIE RD BURG JAMES LAWRENCE & HALEE D 381,800 0.01603 $6,120 OVERVALUATION 5,300 $84.96 101 2011 100/693.0-0001-0014.A 16 JOHN MCQUINN CIR OHRENBERGER, HENRY W & SUSAN 394,400 0.01784 $7,036 OVERVALUATION 19,400 $346.10 101 2013 100/693.0-0001-0014.A 16 JOHN MCQUINN CIR OHRENBERGER, HENRY W & SUSAN 404,700 0.01829 $7,402 OVERVALUATION 10,900 $199.36 101 2014 100/509.0-0001-0018.0 79 JOSEPH RD GRANCHELLI, RALPH S LIFE ESTATE 315,200 0.01694 $5,339 OVERVALUATION 8,200 $138.91 101 2012 100/509.0-0001-0004.0 84 JOSEPH RD LAM, JIMMY C.F. & HUNG, EVA 526,700 0.01829 $9,633 OVERVALUATION 13,500 $246.92 101 2014 100/410.0-0001-0010.0 3 JUNIPER LN KHAKIAN, SHERVIN & CIGDEM 671,700 0.01829 $12,285 OVERVALUATION 24,500 $448.11 101 2014 100/410.0-0001-0033.0 4 JUNIPER LN WHEELER, VIRGINIA JOAN 490,900 0.01694 $8,316 OVERVALUATION 11,900 $201.59 101 2012 100/410.0-0001-0022.0 8 JUNIPER LN KASWELL NORMAN J & LINDA R 472,700 0.01694 $8,008 OVERVALUATION 13,600 $230.38 101 2012 100/410.0-0001-0020.0 14 JUNIPER LN TURCOTTE, PAULA A 486,200 0.01694 $8,236 OVERVALUATION 14,100 $238.85 101 2012 100/639.0-0001-0035.0 29 JUNIPER LN PINN RICHARD J & SHEILA ANN 342,000 0.01694 $5,793 OVERVALUATION 5,300 $87.78 101 2012 100/684.0-0001-0016.0 40 JUNIPER LN TELEGEN DAVID & LORRAINE 372,700 0.01694 $6,314 OVERVALUATION 6,900 $116.89 101 2012 100/684.0-0001-0013.0 46 JUNIPER LN STRAUSS BERNARD H & MARSHA L 362,400 0.01694 $6,139 OVERVALUATION 4,600 $77.92 101 2012 100/684.0-0001-0013.0 46 JUNIPER LN STRAUSS BERNARD H & MARSHA L 362,400 0.01694 $6,139 OVERVALUATION 17,500 $296.42 101 2012 100/099.0-0204-0015.A 24 KENDALL AVE BOLTON, THOMAS A 213,300 0.01694 $3,613 OVERVALUATION 6,300 $106.72 101 2012 100/851.0-0010-0004.0 10 KENDALL AVE #4 AQUINO, JULIO CESAR 59,200 0.01603 $949 OVERVALUATION 31,100 $498.53 102 2011 100/100.0-0206-0001.A 15 KENDALL LN VERDY, MICHAEL W 243,000 0.01694 $4,116 OVERVALUATION 19,900 $337.11 101 2012 100/005.0-0009-0010.0 103 KENDALL ST DEJESUS, DIVONCIR 340,800 0.01784 $6,080 OVERVALUATION 3,200 $57.09 105 2013 100/737.0-0001-0013.0 5 KEVIN CIR TRAINOR RICHARD & PATRICIA 478,800 0.01782 $8,532 OVERVALUATION 20,700 $368.87 101 2015 100/782.0-0001-0022.0 21 KINGS ROW LN FOA, TIFFANY M TR 506,800 0.01782 $9,031 OVERVALUATION 18,000 $320.76 101 2015 100/079.0-0157-0003.0 11 KINGSBURY ST SCHRAFFA, PAUL D & CHERYL A 175,100 0.01694 $2,966 OVERVALUATION 4,800 $81.31 101 2012 100/289.0-0001-0037.0 6 KNIGHT RD BURSTEIN, SUMNER H & DLEELA L TRS 368,400 0.01694 $6,241 OVERVALUATION 2,500 $42.35 101 2012 100/536.0-0001-0001.0 21 KNIGHT RD REED JOHN E & FRIEDERICKA M TRS 391,800 0.01694 $6,637 OVERVALUATION 23,000 $389.62 101 2012 100/645.0-0001-0043.0 32 KNIGHT RD GLEASON, CYNTHIA J 360,800 0.01784 $6,437 OVERVALUATION 17,800 $317.55 101 2013 100/761.0-0001-0002.0 46 KNIGHT RD EXT CRON TR, SARA LEE 562,300 0.01694 $9,525 OVERVALUATION 6,500 $110.11 101 2012 100/761.0-0001-0003.0 48 KNIGHT RD EXT SIEGEL ELLIOT L & SUSAN J 475,900 0.01694 $8,062 OVERVALUATION 29,900 $506.51 101 2012 100/762.0-0001-0009.A 51 KNIGHT RD EXT SPIGEL, MARC R & JANE K 526,200 0.01694 $8,914 OVERVALUATION 7,000 $118.58 101 2012 04/13/2016 8 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/124.0-0253-0034.0 19 KNOX AVE LILL ARTHUR & EVELYN 209,500 0.01694 $3,549 OVERVALUATION 6,900 $116.89 101 2012 100/134.0-0279-0147.0 2 LAKE AVE MUELLER, SCOTT & HENNESSY, LISA 480,600 0.01694 $8,141 OVERVALUATION 41,100 $696.23 101 2012 100/134.0-0279-0002.0 124 LAKE AVE BEARCE, WAYNE R & KAREN M 538,400 0.01694 $9,120 OVERVALUATION 15,300 $259.18 101 2012 100/688.0-0001-0009.0 16 LANTERN RD BRAUNER, LEAH A & AGNETA L & RAUL A 773,100 0.01694 $13,096 OVERVALUATION 19,000 $321.86 101 2012 100/688.0-0001-0011.0 20 LANTERN RD SLATER, CRAIG & LESLIE 792,900 0.01694 $13,432 OVERVALUATION 92,900 $1,573.73 101 2012 100/682.0-0001-0158.0 7 LARNIS RD WONG, CHUN FAI & SUZANNE SO-SHAN 377,700 0.01694 $6,398 OVERVALUATION 12,100 $204.97 101 2012 100/683.0-0001-0160.0 11 LARNIS RD LEAVITT, LAUREN S 434,100 0.01784 $7,744 OVERVALUATION 29,000 $517.36 101 2013 100/677.0-0001-0169.0 23 LARNIS RD SCHOENER, PAUL H & ORPHA R 409,300 0.01694 $6,934 OVERVALUATION 13,400 $227.00 101 2012 100/677.0-0001-0169.0 23 LARNIS RD SCHOENER, PAUL H & ORPHA R 361,200 0.01782 $6,437 OVERVALUATION 15,300 $272.65 101 2015 100/677.0-0001-0169.0 23 LARNIS RD SCHOENER, PAUL H & ORPHA R 384,700 0.01829 $7,036 OVERVALUATION 8,400 $153.63 101 2014 100/677.0-0001-0135.0 42 LARNIS RD KEILTY RICHARD P & JUNE M 390,500 0.01694 $6,615 OVERVALUATION 6,400 $108.42 101 2012 100/307.0-0001-0033.0 18 LASALLE AVE OSTHUES, JANICE M & PIETRAS, KAREN A 286,800 0.01694 $4,858 OVERVALUATION 32,200 $545.47 101 2012 100/730.0-0001-0001.0 1 LAVELLE LN CHENG, COREY I 663,500 0.01694 $11,240 OVERVALUATION 88,900 $1,505.97 101 2012 100/730.0-0001-0001.0 1 LAVELLE LN CHENG, COREY I 655,600 0.01782 $11,683 OVERVALUATION 73,500 $1,309.77 101 2015 100/385.0-0009-0013.0 30 LAVERDURE CIR CYNAMON TRS, JOSEPH J & PAULA D 359,000 0.01694 $6,081 OVERVALUATION 42,000 $711.48 101 2012 100/080.0-0158-0022.0 124 LAWRENCE ST FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOC 224,200 0.01829 $4,101 OVERVALUATION 150520.503 $2,753.02 104 2014 100/675.0-0001-0072.0 7 LEDGEWOOD RD BLUMER IRWIN & DEBORAH D TRS 398,700 0.01829 $7,292 OVERVALUATION 21,300 $389.58 101 2014 100/397.0-0096-0114.0 65 LEIGH ST FANNON, JANE D 296,300 0.01694 $5,019 OVERVALUATION 11,200 $189.73 101 2012 100/122.0-0251-0009.B 54 LELAND ST DEBELLO, SIDNEY M & DAVID 291,100 0.03899 $11,350 OVERVALUATION 145,600 $5,676.94 390 2015 100/243.0-0080-0015.0 25 LEONARD RD HARMOM, WAYNE H & DEBRA 434,800 0.01694 $7,366 OVERVALUATION 12,300 $208.36 101 2012 100/532.0-0001-0013.0 15 LILIAN RD ARNOLD, LILLIAN 273,500 0.01694 $4,633 OVERVALUATION 14,500 $245.63 101 2012 100/532.0-0001-0013.0 15 LILIAN RD ARNOLD, LILLIAN 267,900 0.01782 $4,774 OVERVALUATION 18,500 $329.67 101 2015 100/532.0-0001-0018.0 20 LILIAN RD INTOCCIA, MICHAEL R TR 283,500 0.01603 $4,545 OVERVALUATION 28,500 $456.86 101 2011 100/532.0-0001-0029.0 8 LILIAN RD EXTN MATTO GEORGE F & PHYLLIS 267,300 0.01694 $4,528 OVERVALUATION 12,300 $208.36 101 2012 100/532.0-0001-0023.A 16 LILIAN RD EXTN GRAY, FLORENCE A LIFE ESTATE 271,100 0.01694 $4,592 OVERVALUATION 21,200 $359.13 101 2012 100/042.0-0081-0014.0 1 LINCOLN ST FRAMINGHAM CO-OPERATIVE BANK 456,100 0.03711 $16,926 OVERVALUATION 68,500 $2,542.04 341 2011 100/040.0-0076-0007.0 140 LINCOLN ST CRICKET PROPERTIES, LLC 254,700 (split)$7,234 OVERVALUATION 16,000 $454.00 031 2015 100/292.0-0184-0003.0 12 LITTLE FARMS RD GROVER, PAULA M 384,700 0.01782 $6,855 OVERVALUATION 40,600 $723.49 101 2015 100/292.0-0184-0012.0 38 LITTLE FARMS RD DYAN, WILLIAM F 354,600 0.01784 $6,326 OVERVALUATION 12,900 $230.14 101 2013 100/292.0-0183-0033.0 41 LITTLE FARMS RD DIANA, GERALD SR 296,700 0.01603 $4,756 OVERVALUATION 17,100 $274.11 101 2011 100/287.0-0001-0015.0 7 LITTLE TREE LN BEVELANDER, CHARLES D 388,600 0.01694 $6,583 OVERVALUATION 18,900 $320.17 101 2012 100/287.0-0001-0018.0 13 LITTLE TREE LN BOCZENOWSKI JOHN A & PATRICIA L 341,200 0.01694 $5,780 OVERVALUATION 6,900 $116.89 101 2012 100/596.0-0001-0101.0 27 LIVOLI RD FREELEY JAMES & MARJORIE 378,600 0.01694 $6,413 OVERVALUATION 68,400 $1,158.70 101 2012 100/245.0-0083-0015.A 1 LOCKLAND AVE PIERCE, LOIS 117,600 0.03711 $4,364 OVERVALUATION 31,000 $1,150.41 327 2011 100/491.0-0001-0009.0 71 LOCKLAND AVE KEPPELER, THOMAS M 321,900 0.01694 $5,453 OVERVALUATION 26,900 $455.69 101 2012 100/473.0-0001-0007.0 149 LOCKLAND AVE KATZ SIDNEY & EILEEN 304,500 0.01694 $5,158 OVERVALUATION 30,900 $523.45 101 2012 100/531.0-0001-0007.0 182 LOCKLAND AVE BOYLE MICHAEL & DIANNE 333,800 0.01694 $5,655 OVERVALUATION 15,000 $254.10 101 2012 100/741.0-0001-0064.A 14 LOMAS CIR MALETTE GERALD J & MARY B 392,600 0.01603 $6,293 OVERVALUATION 21,300 $341.44 101 2011 100/741.0-0001-0064.A 14 LOMAS CIR MALETTE GERALD J & MARY B 379,600 0.01694 $6,430 OVERVALUATION 21,200 $359.12 101 2012 100/741.0-0001-0064.A 14 LOMAS CIR MALETTE GERALD J & MARY B 356,900 0.01784 $6,367 OVERVALUATION 17,700 $315.77 101 2013 100/740.0-0001-0077.0 8 LOMAS DR KALAJIAN, MICHAEL & MICHELLE 471,600 0.01603 $7,560 OVERVALUATION 37,700 $604.33 101 2011 100/490.0-0001-0056.0 28 LONDONDERRY RD BOURETTE, RONALD E & ELAINE F 298,800 0.01694 $5,062 OVERVALUATION 16,500 $279.51 101 2012 100/189.0-0999-0005.A 31 LORING DR #5A BMM FAMILY PARTNERSHIP 553,500 0.03899 $21,581 OVERVALUATION 372,400 $14,519.88 319 2015 100/189.0-0999-0005.B 31 LORING DR #5B 534 CENTRAL LLC 553,500 0.03899 $21,581 OVERVALUATION 382,830 $14,926.54 319 2015 100/189.0-0999-0005.C 31 LORING DR #5C BMM FAMILY PARTNERSHIP 553,500 0.03899 $21,581 OVERVALUATION 286,400 $11,166.74 319 2015 100/132.0-0001-0096.0 13 LOUIS RD PATTERSON, JUDY L 272,000 0.01694 $4,608 OVERVALUATION 24,700 $418.47 101 2012 100/757.0-0001-0063.0 21 LOUIS W FARLEY DR KATZ, DAVID A & MARJORIE TR 367,400 0.01603 $5,889 OVERVALUATION 35,700 $572.27 101 2011 100/285.0-0151-0013.0 1 LOVERING AVE GORGONE TRS, PHILIP D & ELIZABETH 457,800 0.01694 $7,755 OVERVALUATION 22,700 $384.54 101 2012 100/678.0-0001-0120.0 8 LOWRY RD ZISK JORDAN & DIANE N 404,100 0.01694 $6,845 OVERVALUATION 53,800 $911.37 101 2012 100/341.0-0004-0001.A 15 LOWTHER RD STEELE, JONATHAN P & COLLEEN J 321,100 0.01694 $5,439 OVERVALUATION 6,300 $106.72 101 2012 100/559.0-0001-0036.0 12 LYMAN RD COSTA, ELIANE 415,400 0.01782 $7,402 OVERVALUATION 81,600 $1,454.11 101 2015 100/556.0-0001-0053.0 33 LYMAN RD FRANCHITTO, ROLANDO M & LOLA F TR 318,800 0.01694 $5,400 OVERVALUATION 1,900 $32.18 101 2012 100/447.0-0002-0029.0 1 MACOMBER LN WOLRICH, GILBERT & MINDY S 980,600 0.01694 $16,611 OVERVALUATION 60,800 $1,029.95 101 2012 100/447.0-0002-0035.0 2 MACOMBER LN BLOCHER, WILLIAM K & GERALD 961,500 0.01784 $17,153 OVERVALUATION 137,300 $2,449.43 101 2013 100/844.0-0001-0011.0 26 MAJOR HALE DR TAYLOR, MARCIA W 619,800 0.01694 $10,499 OVERVALUATION 12,800 $216.83 101 2012 100/204.0-0007-0010.D 6 MAPLE ST HOPPER GERALD C & ANNE T 393,400 0.01782 $7,010 OVERVALUATION 28,500 $507.87 101 2015 100/204.0-0007-0010.F 10 MAPLE ST COPSON, DONALD & KATHLEEN 377,500 0.01694 $6,395 OVERVALUATION 31,600 $535.30 101 2012 100/204.0-0007-0010.G 12 MAPLE ST SCIONTI THOMAS & GENEVIEVE 381,500 0.01694 $6,463 OVERVALUATION 35,200 $596.29 101 2012 100/204.0-0007-0009.0 14 MAPLE ST SLATKAVITZ ALICE 356,500 0.01694 $6,039 OVERVALUATION 55,200 $935.09 101 2012 100/204.0-0007-0008.0 18 MAPLE ST MUTO JANE E 304,700 0.01694 $5,162 OVERVALUATION 40,700 $689.46 101 2012 100/204.0-0007-0007.A 58 MAPLE ST COLLOTTA ANTHONY 299,800 0.01694 $5,079 OVERVALUATION 20,600 $348.96 101 2012 04/13/2016 9 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/204.0-0007-0007.A 58 MAPLE ST COLLOTTA ANTHONY 320,000 0.01782 $5,702 OVERVALUATION 32,800 $584.50 101 2015 100/213.0-0027-0004.0 100 MAPLE ST GERSHENOVICH, EUGENE A & IRINA B 328,700 0.01694 $5,568 OVERVALUATION 32,200 $545.47 101 2012 100/207.0-0016-0015.0 155 MAPLE ST SLINEY ROBERT & THERESA 362,900 0.01694 $6,148 OVERVALUATION 30,200 $511.59 101 2012 100/215.0-0031-0001.A 175 MAPLE ST GHOZAYEL, SAFAA ATOUI & FADEL 346,100 0.01784 $6,174 OVERVALUATION 21,000 $374.64 101 2013 100/222.0-0043-0026.0 225 MAPLE ST FUENTES, MARTHA 440,800 0.01782 $7,855 OVERVALUATION 205,300 $3,658.45 101 2015 100/222.0-0044-0008.0 232 MAPLE ST WILLIAMS MARSHALL & BERNICE 363,000 0.01694 $6,149 OVERVALUATION 30,500 $516.67 101 2012 100/574.0-0001-0352.0 32 MARY AGNES RD ROBINSHAW JOSEPH P & NORMA J 288,200 0.01694 $4,882 OVERVALUATION 13,000 $220.22 101 2012 100/217.0-0032-0004.C 8 MAYFLOWER CIR REYNOLDS, CAROL H & OLMSTED, E R TRS 419,500 0.01784 $7,484 OVERVALUATION 27,800 $495.95 101 2013 100/538.0-0001-0062.0 16 MAYFLOWER RD MEENES RONALD M & JOYCE D 277,800 0.01694 $4,706 OVERVALUATION 15,200 $257.49 101 2012 100/636.0-0001-0016.0 3 MAYMONT DR KIVELL THOMAS F & NANCY M 329,800 0.01694 $5,587 OVERVALUATION 18,400 $311.70 101 2012 100/636.0-0001-0012.0 11 MAYMONT DR ROSEN JOAN S 335,200 0.01694 $5,678 OVERVALUATION 38,600 $653.88 101 2012 100/636.0-0001-0005.0 12 MAYMONT DR TKACH, GEORGE S 330,200 0.01694 $5,594 OVERVALUATION 17,100 $289.68 101 2012 100/636.0-0001-0009.0 20 MAYMONT DR CIOPPA CARL & SUSAN 323,900 0.01694 $5,487 OVERVALUATION 6,800 $115.19 101 2012 100/379.0-0039-0007.0 206 MAYNARD RD OFF RR FITTS, LINDA G & FRANCES TR 655,900 0.01694 $11,111 OVERVALUATION 182,800 $3,096.63 101 2012 100/490.0-0001-0061.0 6 MAYO ST FEGAN JR WILLIAM H & BARBARA 286,800 0.01694 $4,858 OVERVALUATION 15,600 $264.26 101 2012 100/293.0-0184-0001.0 0 MEADOW ST NS CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC 5,171,900 0.01694 $87,612 OVERVALUATION 4,724,200 $80,027.95 131 2012 100/290.0-0177-0013.0 13 MECHANIC ST FOGG, DANA 247,900 0.01782 $4,418 OVERVALUATION 11,500 $204.93 104 2015 100/139.0-0288-0063.0 98 MELLEN ST GOSSELS, WERNER F TR 120,300 0.03805 $4,577 OVERVALUATION 30,300 $513.28 337 2012 100/569.0-0001-0112.0 3 MERRILL DR LABRIE, DAMON V 270,000 0.01694 $4,574 OVERVALUATION 14,300 $242.24 101 2012 100/569.0-0001-0111.0 5 MERRILL DR DICICCO, BARBARA 374,400 0.01784 $6,679 OVERVALUATION 10,400 $185.54 101 2013 100/651.0-0001-0015.0 13 MICHAUD DR OWENS, ZELDA E & BRUCE E & ROBERT H 363,500 0.01782 $6,478 OVERVALUATION 41,700 $743.09 101 2015 100/287.0-0001-0001.H 14 MILL ST GARCIA, JOSEPH E & SUZANNE M 459,900 0.01694 $7,791 OVERVALUATION 7,900 $133.83 101 2012 100/379.0-0038-0022.0 25 MILL ST BOLIVAR OCTAVIO C & SUSAN R 440,000 0.01694 $7,454 OVERVALUATION 16,300 $276.12 101 2012 100/379.0-0038-0022.D 43 MILL ST CHASE, WILLIAM H 641,600 0.01603 $10,285 OVERVALUATION 174,600 $2,798.84 101 2011 100/378.0-0038-0002.F 175 MILL ST CASAGRANDE, MARGARET 1,012,400 0.01694 $17,150 OVERVALUATION 140,100 $2,373.29 101 2012 100/378.0-0038-0002.E 189 MILL ST WERTHEIM, JOSEPH S & NANCY C 752,300 0.01829 $13,760 OVERVALUATION 33,500 $612.72 101 2014 100/163.0-0339-0006.0 24 MILLER AVE PELLETIER, LINDA E & ROSS A 573,800 0.01694 $9,720 OVERVALUATION 11,300 $191.42 101 2012 100/438.0-0002-0017.0 10 MILLWOOD CIR MOODY, DOROTHY B 352,900 0.01694 $5,978 OVERVALUATION 19,800 $335.41 101 2012 100/435.0-0001-0014.E 105 MILLWOOD ST SILVA PAUL F & SUSAN F 699,900 0.01694 $11,856 OVERVALUATION 67,900 $1,150.23 101 2012 100/684.0-0001-0035.0 4 MOHAWK DR WILLIAMS, PETER G & ADELE C 441,800 0.01694 $7,484 OVERVALUATION 11,300 $191.42 101 2012 100/684.0-0001-0032.0 10 MOHAWK DR LEE VICTOR WING HON & MAISIE 521,400 0.01694 $8,833 OVERVALUATION 29,800 $504.81 101 2012 100/841.0-0001-0006.0 12 MONTEREY LN LACHANCE JOHN H & KAREN A 468,600 0.01694 $7,938 OVERVALUATION 9,600 $162.62 101 2012 100/742.0-0001-0091.0 13 MONTGOMERY DR POLOGE ROY & RHODA LEE 461,400 0.01694 $7,816 OVERVALUATION 24,100 $408.25 101 2012 100/742.0-0001-0090.0 15 MONTGOMERY DR BANKER, RHEA TR 477,100 0.01694 $8,082 OVERVALUATION 15,800 $267.65 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0038.0 2 MOUNTAINVIEW DR GALLITTO, RICHARD & STEPHANIE M L 1,028,700 0.01694 $17,426 OVERVALUATION 245,700 $4,162.16 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0042.0 5 MOUNTAINVIEW DR KOKAR, MIECZYSLAW & BARBARA 1,019,800 0.01694 $17,275 OVERVALUATION 248,400 $4,207.90 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0039.0 10 MOUNTAINVIEW DR YAMAMOTO, TOSHI & SHUJI 1,101,000 0.01694 $18,651 OVERVALUATION 19,100 $323.55 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0039.0 10 MOUNTAINVIEW DR YAMAMOTO, TOSHI & SHUJI 1,036,400 0.01829 $18,956 OVERVALUATION 69,300 $1,267.50 101 2014 100/780.0-0001-0040.0 14 MOUNTAINVIEW DR DECRISTOFARO, MICHAEL & AUCOIN, HELEN 1,050,300 0.01694 $17,792 OVERVALUATION 254,700 $4,314.62 101 2012 100/187.0-0008-0085.L 395 MT WAYTE AVE WOODWORTH II, JAY S &276,800 0.01782 $4,933 OVERVALUATION 47,000 $837.54 101 2015 100/187.0-0008-0087.L 403 MT WAYTE AVE DILEGAMI, EVELYN D 239,200 0.01782 $4,263 OVERVALUATION 40,100 $714.58 101 2015 100/580.0-0001-0082.0 3 MYRNA RD GLIMCHER, DANIELLE F 300,200 0.01694 $5,085 OVERVALUATION 12,700 $215.14 101 2012 100/601.0-0001-0202.0 10 NANCY LN STONE TRS, HARVEY S & DEANNE C 336,300 0.01694 $5,697 OVERVALUATION 22,500 $381.15 101 2012 100/463.0-0009-0026.B 1 NEW YORK AVE BOSE CORPORATION 14,119,600 0.03899 $550,523 OVERVALUATION 1,213,710 $47,322.55 401 2015 100/463.0-0009-0026.B 1 NEW YORK AVE BOSE CORPORATION 14,879,900 0.04092 $608,886 OVERVALUATION 1,760,300 $72,031.47 401 2014 100/463.0-0009-0003.0 2 NEW YORK AVE GENZYME CORPORATION 5,673,800 0.03711 $210,555 OVERVALUATION 593,000 $22,006.23 316 2011 100/632.0-0001-0003.F 120 NEWBURY ST SOARES, CHRISTOPHER A & LANLALIT 240,700 0.01829 $4,402 OVERVALUATION 5,500 $100.60 101 2014 100/350.0-0117-0008.0 125 NEWBURY ST CRP-3 NEWBURY ST PROP, LLC 4,702,200 0.03711 $174,499 OVERVALUATION 1,952,200 $72,446.14 402 2011 100/350.0-0117-0008.0 125 NEWBURY ST CRP-3 NEWBURY ST PROP, LLC 4,943,300 0.04092 $202,280 OVERVALUATION 343,300 $14,047.84 402 2014 100/350.0-0117-0002.0 139 NEWBURY ST FRAMINGHAM NEWBURY 135 CPI, LLC 3,964,400 0.04092 $162,223 OVERVALUATION 1,335,932 $54,666.35 402 2014 100/349.0-0115-0002.F 164 NEWBURY ST ROUSSELL, GENEVIEVE M 309,400 0.01694 $5,241 OVERVALUATION 11,400 $193.12 101 2012 100/349.0-0114-0007.0 205 NEWBURY ST ATLANTIC PHILADELPHIA RLTY LMTD PART 5,771,400 0.03899 $225,027 OVERVALUATION 821,400 $32,026.39 340 2015 100/186.0-0003-0011.0 12 NEWTON PARK RD FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORP 188,700 0.01603 $3,025 OVERVALUATION 9,700 $155.49 101 2011 100/025.0-0048-0001.A 17 NEWTON PL BREDA, DONALD J & ANN M TR 230,200 0.01603 $3,690 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $160.30 104 2011 100/321.0-0011-0782.0 1 NICHOLAS RD ARONOVITZ, RICHARD 1,931,300 0.03711 $71,671 OVERVALUATION 406,000 $15,066.66 323 2011 100/502.0-0001-0790.0 85 NICHOLAS RD LUOMA JR RONALD P & AUDREY A 351,100 0.01694 $5,948 OVERVALUATION 18,600 $315.08 101 2012 100/421.0-0001-0008.B 3 NIXON RD LANDER, STACEY M & STEPHEN N 789,700 0.01694 $13,378 OVERVALUATION 21,300 $360.82 101 2012 100/421.0-0001-0012.D 19 NIXON RD HANSON, MICHAEL C 375,000 0.01784 $6,690 OVERVALUATION 35,000 $624.40 101 2013 100/421.0-0001-0012.D 19 NIXON RD HANSON, MICHAEL C 439,300 0.01782 $7,828 OVERVALUATION 51,400 $915.95 101 2015 100/422.0-0001-0017.G 25 NIXON RD FEINDEL, THOMAS C & JENNIFER M 427,000 0.01782 $7,609 OVERVALUATION 5,900 $105.14 101 2015 100/422.0-0001-0016.0 31 NIXON RD FEINDEL, WILLIAM A & CYNTHIA R 304,100 0.01694 $5,151 OVERVALUATION 5,200 $88.09 101 2012 04/13/2016 10 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/422.0-0001-0017.0 39 NIXON RD FURMAN, MARK A ET AL TRS 495,300 0.01782 $8,826 OVERVALUATION 27,200 $484.70 101 2015 100/421.0-0001-0003.A 45 NIXON RD NEXUM DEVELOPMENT CORP 458,100 0.01782 $8,163 OVERVALUATION 43,100 $768.04 101 2015 100/422.0-0003-0003.A 54 NIXON RD WOOD, JOANNE M & O'MALLEY, NANCY J TR 549,300 0.01694 $9,305 OVERVALUATION 26,000 $440.44 101 2012 100/422.0-0003-0003.F 60 NIXON RD GROH, KENNETH J & PAULINE D 697,800 0.01694 $11,821 OVERVALUATION 37,500 $635.25 101 2012 100/422.0-0003-0003.G 60 NIXON RD HODGETTS, KEVIN 655,800 0.01782 $11,686 OVERVALUATION 24,100 $429.46 101 2015 100/422.0-0003-0002.F 64 NIXON RD SIMONELLI, JOSEPH & LYNNE M 670,600 (split)$12,024 OVERVALUATION 29,500 $525.00 018 2015 100/422.0-0003-0001.0 80 NIXON RD WEBSTER, DEAN L 540,000 0.01784 $9,634 OVERVALUATION 28,000 $499.52 018 2013 100/422.0-0003-0001.0 80 NIXON RD WEBSTER, DEAN L 547,800 (split)$10,019 OVERVALUATION 32,800 $599.91 018 2014 100/608.0-0001-0324.0 68 NOB HILL DR RYKBOST ROBERT B & MARCIA J 362,900 0.01694 $6,148 OVERVALUATION 13,500 $228.69 101 2012 100/408.0-0001-0050.0 36 OAK CREST DR MARSH KATHERINE R 261,800 0.01784 $4,671 OVERVALUATION 75,000 $1,338.00 101 2013 100/408.0-0001-0050.0 36 OAK CREST DR MARSH KATHERINE R 261,800 0.01829 $4,788 OVERVALUATION 48,900 $894.38 101 2014 100/231.0-0052-0010.A 187 OAKS RD ZEMACK, ABY TR 447,200 0.03998 $17,879 OVERVALUATION 147,200 $5,885.06 340 2013 100/426.0-0001-0010.0 38 OAKVALE RD D'ALELIO, KATHLEEN 439,600 0.01694 $7,447 OVERVALUATION 46,400 $786.02 101 2012 100/428.0-0001-0016.0 50 OAKVALE RD MALIESWSKI, MICHAEL P & RIMA 355,900 0.01694 $6,029 OVERVALUATION 14,300 $242.24 101 2012 100/158.0-0077-0001.0 2 OLD CENTRAL TNPK ANGERMANN HAROLD T & ANGIE L LIFE ESTATE 258,000 0.01694 $4,371 OVERVALUATION 3,100 $52.51 101 2012 100/257.0-0120-0004.A 92 OLD CONN PATH LAFRENIERE, MICHAEL P &268,400 0.01694 $4,547 OVERVALUATION 22,400 $379.46 101 2012 100/653.0-0001-0002.G 325 OLD CONN PATH FRANZINI RENZO & LORRAINE A LIFE ESTATE 269,500 0.01694 $4,565 OVERVALUATION 16,100 $272.73 101 2012 100/264.0-0131-0008.0 328 OLD CONN PATH CASALINOVA, PATRICIA & SOUZA, LEONARD 351,600 0.01782 $6,266 OVERVALUATION 33,000 $588.06 101 2015 100/653.0-0001-0008.0 373 OLD CONN PATH IZENBERG, JUDITH S & WEINBERG, SHEILA TR 285,200 0.01694 $4,831 OVERVALUATION 10,900 $184.65 101 2012 100/348.0-0112-0002.B 492 OLD CONN PATH CRP-3 FRAMINGHAM CORP CTR LLC 19,497,600 0.03711 $723,556 OVERVALUATION 247,600 $9,188.44 340 2011 100/298.0-0199-0001.K 888 OLD CONN PATH BURNS, JOSEPH V & DOROTHY E TR 299,900 0.01694 $5,080 OVERVALUATION 3,700 $62.68 101 2012 100/478.0-0001-0019.0 987 OLD CONN PATH HALLORAN DORIS 290,800 0.01694 $4,926 OVERVALUATION 14,500 $245.63 101 2012 100/302.0-0211-0005.0 1018 OLD CONN PATH GENERAZIO, FRANK W JR ET AL TRS 309,500 0.03998 $12,374 OVERVALUATION 296,400 $6,081.93 132/431 2013 100/479.0-0001-0016.0 1051 OLD CONN PATH CABEZON, BALTASAR, & MARIA A 307,100 0.01694 $5,202 OVERVALUATION 18,200 $308.31 101 2012 100/479.0-0001-0017.0 1053 OLD CONN PATH STEWART JAMES L & PATRICIA A 320,200 0.01694 $5,424 OVERVALUATION 6,200 $105.03 101 2012 100/302.0-0211-0004.0 1050 OLD CONN PATH RR CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC 32,900 0.03805 $1,252 OVERVALUATION 18,253 $694.52 431 2012 100/408.0-0001-0025.A 4 OLD WOOD RD WELCH, JOAN P 334,700 0.01694 $5,670 OVERVALUATION 7,100 $120.27 101 2012 100/407.0-0001-0002.0 1349 OLD WORCESTER RD HILL ANDREW W 324,800 0.01694 $5,502 OVERVALUATION 22,400 $379.46 101 2012 100/270.0-0136-0012.0 16 OLYMPIC ST SULLIVAN, BRIAN C & KATHLEEN L 343,200 0.01694 $5,814 OVERVALUATION 7,700 $130.44 101 2012 100/400.0-0002-0236.0 28 OVERLOOK DR EAST SPINDT, ERIC &683,900 0.01694 $11,585 OVERVALUATION 78,700 $1,333.18 101 2012 100/400.0-0002-0233.0 33 OVERLOOK DR EAST PARKER, DENNIS W 680,200 0.01694 $11,523 OVERVALUATION 65,300 $1,106.18 101 2012 100/400.0-0002-0109.0 52 OVERLOOK DR WEST ENGEL, STEVEN L & ANAT 555,400 0.01694 $9,408 OVERVALUATION 27,900 $472.63 101 2012 100/400.0-0002-0108.0 53 OVERLOOK DR WEST WANATICK, BURTON & ARLENE 480,500 0.01829 $8,788 OVERVALUATION 27,100 $495.66 101 2014 100/400.0-0002-0214.0 55 OVERLOOK DR WEST SHORE, BARRY A TR 328,700 0.01784 $5,864 OVERVALUATION 7,600 $135.58 101 2013 100/066.0-0131-0017.0 23 PALMER RD MURRAY, CHRISTINE M 275,400 0.01694 $4,665 OVERVALUATION 14,200 $240.55 101 2012 100/779.0-0001-0003.G 12 PARKER RD SCHLITZER, BARBARA N 355,800 0.01829 $6,508 OVERVALUATION 41,300 $755.38 101 2014 100/778.0-0001-0012.0 32 PARKER RD CARNEY WILLIAM F & FRANCES 427,000 0.01784 $7,618 OVERVALUATION 19,800 $353.23 101 2013 100/454.0-0004-0013.D 110 PARKER RD THE NEW ENGLAND CENTER FOR CHILDREN 442,300 0.01829 $8,090 OVERVALUATION 442,300 $8,089.67 101 2014 100/454.0-0004-0016.C 136 PARKER RD SASSA, PIRO D 280,200 0.01784 $4,999 OVERVALUATION 10,200 $181.97 101 2013 100/422.0-0003-0001.A 98 PARMENTER RD WEBSTER DEAN L 415,400 0.01694 $7,037 OVERVALUATION 11,600 $196.51 101 2012 100/474.0-0001-0036.0 19 PARTRIDGE RD NOVAK JR, EUGENE M & CAROL SANCHEZ 412,800 0.01829 $7,550 OVERVALUATION 5,500 $100.59 101 2014 100/436.0-0001-0254.0 20 PAXTON RD MILLER, ERIC D & DEBORAH L 277,900 0.01694 $4,708 OVERVALUATION 11,800 $199.89 101 2012 100/436.0-0001-0256.0 24 PAXTON RD HARRINGTON JANET L 267,000 0.01694 $4,523 OVERVALUATION 15,400 $260.88 101 2012 100/033.0-0034-0005.0 62 PEARL ST CONIGLIO PASQUALE & GEORGETTE 328,600 0.01784 $5,862 OVERVALUATION 29,100 $519.14 105 2013 100/460.0-0008-0000.A 100 PENNSYLVANIA AVE RMR WEST, LLC 6,707,100 0.03805 $255,205 OVERVALUATION 407,100 $15,490.16 340 2012 100/460.0-0008-0000.A 100 PENNSYLVANIA AVE RMR WEST, LLC 6,375,900 0.04092 $260,902 OVERVALUATION 5,698,228 $27,730.34 340 2014 100/460.0-0008-0020.0 135 PENNSYLVANIA AVE FRAMINGHAM CFII L P 2,048,800 0.04092 $83,837 OVERVALUATION 798,500 $32,674.62 340 2014 100/489.0-0001-0015.0 11 PERRY H HENDERSON DR STEANS JR, ARZELL & LORI A 419,000 0.01694 $7,098 OVERVALUATION 9,100 $154.15 101 2012 100/784.0-0001-0055.0 61 PERRY H HENDERSON DR SULFARO, PAUL & VIRGINIA A 415,900 0.01694 $7,045 OVERVALUATION 17,000 $287.98 101 2012 100/784.0-0001-0054.0 63 PERRY H HENDERSON DR CLARK, THOMAS S & SUSAN S 422,000 0.01694 $7,149 OVERVALUATION 24,000 $406.56 101 2012 100/784.0-0001-0049.0 66 PERRY H HENDERSON DR SMITH GREGORY P & ADELE M 440,200 0.01694 $7,457 OVERVALUATION 31,400 $531.92 101 2012 100/693.0-0001-0013.0 17 PINEHILL RD BARBIERI, DIANA B & LISA M 343,400 0.01829 $6,281 OVERVALUATION 9,100 $166.44 101 2014 100/502.0-0001-0788.0 22 PINEWOOD DR COHEN JEANNE I 273,800 0.01694 $4,638 OVERVALUATION 11,800 $199.89 101 2012 100/318.0-0001-0001.0 47 PINEWOOD DR MC KEOWN ELIZABETH 378,100 0.01694 $6,405 OVERVALUATION 8,600 $145.68 101 2012 100/239.0-0069-0036.0 5 PITT RD KOKKALIS, MAGDALINE & ANDREAS C 320,800 0.01694 $5,434 OVERVALUATION 33,000 $559.02 101 2012 100/467.0-0001-0088.0 60 PITT RD BENNETT, ROBERT E JR & GAIL M 293,900 0.01694 $4,979 OVERVALUATION 14,900 $252.41 101 2012 100/353.0-0086-0008.0 9 PLEASANT ST GORDON REAL ESTATE CORP 804,100 0.03998 $32,148 OVERVALUATION 160,820 $6,429.58 340 2013 100/379.0-0039-0016.0 169 PLEASANT ST MOGENSEN, LUCAS T & JENNIFER T 556,600 0.01782 $9,919 OVERVALUATION 29,500 $525.69 101 2015 100/783.0-0001-0002.A 586 PLEASANT ST TERRILL, R E & FAFFARD, M TRS 521,300 0.01784 $9,300 OVERVALUATION 66,700 $1,189.93 105 2013 100/437.0-0001-0006.A 719 PLEASANT ST YOUNG ALEXANDER & CATHERINE J 532,300 0.01694 $9,017 OVERVALUATION 168,200 $2,849.31 101 2012 100/585.0-0001-0050.D 835 PLEASANT ST SMOLSKI JOSEPH C & ANNE-MARIE 410,100 0.01829 $7,501 OVERVALUATION 11,103 $203.07 101 2014 04/13/2016 11 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/440.0-0001-0047.0 985 PLEASANT ST LINGHAM JR EDMAND P & PRISCILL 371,000 0.01694 $6,285 OVERVALUATION 8,600 $145.68 101 2012 100/633.0-0001-0021.0 991 PLEASANT ST KENNEY, JOHN J & MARY E 321,500 0.01694 $5,446 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $298.14 101 2012 100/693.0-0001-0002.0 1007 PLEASANT ST FISHER MARLAEN J 331,500 0.01694 $5,616 OVERVALUATION 13,000 $220.22 101 2012 100/584.0-0001-0015.0 2 PLEASANTVIEW TERR BROWN, STEVEN D 410,400 0.01784 $7,322 OVERVALUATION 222,600 $1,708.16 101 2013 100/057.0-0115-0005.0 21 POND ST MASKELL DANA & HELEN 264,500 0.01694 $4,481 OVERVALUATION 10,200 $172.79 101 2012 100/058.0-0116-0026.0 26 POND ST GONFRADE RICHARD C & ELEANOR M 284,000 0.01694 $4,811 OVERVALUATION 17,700 $299.84 104 2012 100/487.0-0001-0075.0 14 POPLAR ST KEARNEY GERALD & ELEANOR 283,800 0.01694 $4,808 OVERVALUATION 16,000 $271.04 101 2012 100/756.0-0001-0022.0 11 PORTMORE LN COSGROVE, EDWARD V & MARIA H 443,200 0.01694 $7,508 OVERVALUATION 37,000 $626.78 101 2012 100/402.0-0001-0005.B 23 POTTER RD DEMARCO ANTONIO & ANGELA 357,900 0.01694 $6,063 OVERVALUATION 20,500 $347.27 101 2012 100/402.0-0001-0005.B 23 POTTER RD DEMARCO, ANGELA 354,500 0.01829 $6,484 OVERVALUATION 10,100 $184.73 101 2014 100/515.0-0001-0006.A 187 POTTER RD TIWARI, SPANDAN 462,300 0.01694 $7,831 OVERVALUATION 15,700 $265.96 101 2012 100/515.0-0001-0007.0 219 POTTER RD CLARK, MICHAEL J & MELISSA J 534,800 0.01784 $9,541 OVERVALUATION 34,800 $620.83 101 2013 100/400.0-0002-0006.C 299 POTTER RD LEVENSOHN, ADAM C & LAURA 488,400 0.01694 $8,273 OVERVALUATION 28,700 $486.18 101 2012 100/400.0-0002-0006.C 299 POTTER RD LEVENSOHN, ADAM C & LAURA 449,900 0.01829 $8,229 OVERVALUATION 28,600 $523.09 101 2014 100/325.0-0004-0028.0 480 POTTER RD NICHOLS, ROBIN A & KEVIN R 657,000 0.01784 $11,721 OVERVALUATION 28,600 $510.22 101 2013 100/736.0-0001-0008.0 11 POWDER MILL RD STERN, GERALD TR 455,100 0.01829 $8,324 OVERVALUATION 5,500 $100.60 101 2014 100/012.0-0024-0003.0 39 PRATT ST FRANCK HERBERT H & MARY E 298,400 0.01782 $5,317 OVERVALUATION 23,200 $413.42 101 2015 100/051.0-0101-0001.0 50 PRINDIVILLE AVE OLIVER, SALLY I TR 319,500 0.01694 $5,412 OVERVALUATION 5,100 $86.39 101 2012 100/051.0-0103-0010.0 68 PRINDIVILLE AVE CHEN, YUEN SHUI 462,800 0.01603 $7,419 OVERVALUATION 37,500 $601.13 101 2011 100/433.0-0001-0091.A 28 PRIOR DR SOLOMON SHERWIN & PAULA 301,100 0.01694 $5,101 OVERVALUATION 26,900 $455.69 101 2012 100/434.0-0001-0061.0 54 PRIOR DR KINGSLEY, JOHN M 285,100 0.01784 $5,086 OVERVALUATION 20,100 $358.58 101 2013 100/246.0-0084-0014.G 167 PROSPECT ST CASEY, DAVID CLAY & HOPE L 568,100 0.01694 $9,624 OVERVALUATION 12,700 $215.14 101 2012 100/228.0-0087-0008.A 174 PROSPECT ST MURPHY, KATHLEEN TRUSTEE 358,100 0.01694 $6,066 OVERVALUATION 18,200 $308.31 101 2012 100/279.0-0156-0003.0 18 PURCHASE ST LACOURSE BUILDER, LLC 329,600 0.01603 $5,283 OVERVALUATION 91,600 $1,468.35 101 2011 100/542.0-0001-0039.0 22 RALEIGH RD CASWELL, LOUISA S 369,900 0.01694 $6,266 OVERVALUATION 15,400 $260.88 101 2012 100/265.0-0133-0075.0 26 RANDY RD SEDOVSKY, JEFFREY R & HEIDI S 319,700 0.01694 $5,416 OVERVALUATION 21,800 $369.29 101 2012 100/443.0-0001-0023.0 8 RANSOM RD CURTIS, STEVEN M 292,200 0.01694 $4,950 OVERVALUATION 16,700 $282.90 101 2012 100/443.0-0001-0021.A 32 RANSOM RD TOSTI, THEODORA 294,200 0.01694 $4,984 OVERVALUATION 4,700 $79.62 101 2012 100/455.0-0001-0014.0 13 RED COAT RD SANCHEZ NICOLAS & ROXANA M 345,800 0.01694 $5,858 OVERVALUATION 18,300 $310.00 101 2012 100/455.0-0001-0017.0 19 RED COAT RD FRAZIER, DEBORAH H & LAWSON E 387,500 0.01694 $6,564 OVERVALUATION 34,200 $579.35 101 2012 100/132.0-0001-0109.0 11 ROBERT RD FADER, ELAINE 269,100 0.01694 $4,559 OVERVALUATION 16,100 $272.73 101 2012 100/403.B-0001-0034.A 36 ROUNDTOP RD CHOUMAN, TALAL & JULIE M 352,700 0.01694 $5,975 OVERVALUATION 22,100 $374.37 101 2012 100/113.0-0227-0055.0 12 ROXANNA ST RATNER REALTY, LLC 2,916,500 (split)$58,146 OVERVALUATION 294,423 $5,869.00 013 2015 100/783.0-0001-0005.0 4 ROYAL MEADOW LN HUGHES, DAVID B & WENDY B 490,100 0.01829 $8,964 OVERVALUATION 22,700 $415.18 101 2014 100/783.0-0001-0006.0 6 ROYAL MEADOW LN CLARK ROBERT S & SUSAN T 514,000 0.01603 $8,239 OVERVALUATION 22,900 $367.09 101 2011 100/298.0-0999-0008.A 8 RUSSIN AVE BIANCHI, FERMO A JR & MILLER, NANCY 369,000 0.01782 $6,576 OVERVALUATION 239,955 $4,276.00 102 2015 100/544.0-0001-0016.0 33 RUTHELLEN RD PARESKY, FRANCINE T 256,900 0.01694 $4,352 OVERVALUATION 16,200 $274.43 101 2012 100/840.0-0001-0017.0 1 SAGE LN BERKOWITZ, BARBARA C 1,033,600 0.01694 $17,509 OVERVALUATION 119,700 $2,027.72 101 2012 100/840.0-0001-0018.A 5 SAGE LN HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOC 598,300 0.01603 $9,591 OVERVALUATION 60,200 $965.01 101 2011 100/840.0-0001-0018.A 5 SAGE LN LAMAKIN, KIRYL A 621,100 0.01694 $10,521 OVERVALUATION 54,700 $926.62 101 2012 100/840.0-0001-0018.K 6 SAGE LN POLLOCK, BRIAN R & JOANNE P 638,600 0.01694 $10,818 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $169.40 101 2012 100/840.0-0001-0018.K 6 SAGE LN POLLOCK, BRIAN R & JOANNE P 638,600 0.01694 $10,818 OVERVALUATION 20,100 $340.49 101 2012 100/494.0-0040-0001.0 220 SALEM END RD CHEUNG, NORMAN YINHO & JANE HUACHEN 568,700 0.01829 $10,402 OVERVALUATION 7,400 $135.35 101 2014 100/494.0-0040-0012.0 264 SALEM END RD BOUCINI, ROBERT J & LUCILLE A TRS 555,900 0.01694 $9,417 OVERVALUATION 20,600 $348.96 101 2012 100/450.0-0003-0026.0 724 SALEM END RD SARTORI, LOUIS E & JUDITH C 745,200 0.01829 $13,630 OVERVALUATION 86,300 $1,578.43 101 2014 100/450.0-0003-0022.0 740 SALEM END RD HERBERT, MICHAEL D & BETH L 561,600 0.01829 $10,272 OVERVALUATION 63,000 $1,152.27 101 2014 100/454.0-0004-0008.0 883 SALEM END RD CHAPMAN, MARY L 553,300 0.01694 $9,373 OVERVALUATION 72,200 $1,223.07 101 2012 100/454.0-0004-0009.B 925 SALEM END RD DAVIS, EDWARD C 790,800 0.01784 $14,108 OVERVALUATION 95,100 $1,696.58 101 2013 100/385.0-0009-0030.0 10 SALVI DR SHKLOVSKY, MARK & IRINA A 399,600 0.01694 $6,769 OVERVALUATION 19,000 $321.86 101 2012 100/385.0-0009-0011.0 23 SALVI DR POOLE, DONALD & CYNTHIA 363,200 0.01694 $6,153 OVERVALUATION 12,300 $208.36 101 2012 100/302.0-0211-0035.0 2 SARATOGA LN KWAN, HUBERT S & CLARISSA WONG 529,400 0.01694 $8,968 OVERVALUATION 34,400 $582.74 101 2012 100/577.0-0001-0208.0 27 SAVOY RD KIVIAT STEVEN & JUDY L 365,900 0.01784 $6,528 OVERVALUATION 13,900 $247.98 101 2013 100/300.0-0203-0011.0 13 SAXONY RD SOLOMON, HARVE 303,900 0.01694 $5,148 OVERVALUATION 14,800 $250.71 101 2012 100/300.0-0203-0017.0 51 SAXONY RD MCCANN M RAYMOND & MARCIA J 294,600 0.01694 $4,991 OVERVALUATION 15,600 $264.26 101 2012 100/285.0-0151-0013.G 91 SCHOOL ST GAGLIARDI, MICHAEL J & ELIZABETH H 448,300 0.01694 $7,594 OVERVALUATION 38,500 $652.19 101 2012 100/285.0-0152-0016.0 109 SCHOOL ST MATTIES, MICHELE D 303,000 0.01829 $5,542 OVERVALUATION 4,400 $80.48 101 2014 100/300.0-0203-0020.0 214 SCHOOL ST ALEXANDER, JUAN C & ANGELA C 510,800 0.01603 $8,188 OVERVALUATION 42,300 $678.07 101 2011 100/300.0-0203-0020.0 214 SCHOOL ST BLOCH, MICHAEL P & JESSIE 506,300 0.01694 $8,577 OVERVALUATION 64,600 $1,094.32 101 2012 100/068.0-0136-0008.A 28 SEWELL ST GERARD, MICHAEL K & DALE 477,600 0.01603 $7,656 OVERVALUATION 22,500 $360.68 101 2011 100/068.0-0136-0008.0 30 SEWELL ST GERARD, MICHAEL K & DALE 477,600 0.01603 $7,656 OVERVALUATION 22,500 $360.68 101 2011 100/356.0-0086-0010.0 5 SHADY LN FARRELL, ROBERT P 415,400 0.01694 $7,037 OVERVALUATION 28,000 $474.32 101 2012 04/13/2016 12 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/522.0-0001-0048.0 17 SHEFFIELD RD HERSON, LEATRICE LIFE ESTATE 266,800 0.01694 $4,520 OVERVALUATION 6,100 $103.33 101 2012 100/187.0-0009-0432.0 13 SHERWIN TERR SPURGEON, RONALD W & MARIA T 357,000 0.01694 $6,048 OVERVALUATION 15,000 $254.10 101 2012 100/187.0-0009-0434.0 15 SHERWIN TERR EGAN, ERIN M 297,800 0.01603 $4,774 OVERVALUATION 17,800 $285.33 101 2011 100/187.0-0009-0434.0 15 SHERWIN TERR EGAN, ERIN M 291,100 0.01694 $4,931 OVERVALUATION 15,430 $261.38 101 2012 100/328.0-0001-0249.0 28 SIMPSON DR JEWELL, RICHARD A II & VALERIE D 373,300 0.01694 $6,324 OVERVALUATION 9,200 $155.85 101 2012 100/328.0-0001-0248.0 30 SIMPSON DR MERETSKY, PAUL L & ERNESTINE L 247,100 0.01694 $4,186 OVERVALUATION 42,800 $725.03 101 2012 100/338.0-0007-0542.0 91 SIMPSON DR STILLSON ROBERT & ETHEL 243,600 0.01694 $4,127 OVERVALUATION 10,800 $182.95 101 2012 100/445.0-0001-0006.A 80 SINGLETARY LN BYRNE, RICHARD J & DEBRA A 678,200 0.01694 $11,489 OVERVALUATION 40,800 $691.15 101 2012 100/562.0-0001-0081.0 9 SLOANE DR FOX EILEEN S 297,300 0.01694 $5,036 OVERVALUATION 10,800 $182.95 101 2012 100/011.0-0022-0009.0 77 SOUTH ST CHIMENO ALBERT J & SHEILA C 174,800 0.01603 $2,802 OVERVALUATION 11,500 $184.35 101 2011 100/112.0-0225-0004.B 92 SOUTH ST DEMARCO FRANCESCO N & KATHLEEN 304,300 0.01694 $5,155 OVERVALUATION 3,800 $64.37 101 2012 100/349.0-0114-0002.0 111 SPEEN ST 111 MPA, LLC 15,052,400 0.03899 $586,893 OVERVALUATION 1,852,400 $72,225.08 340 2015 100/547.0-0001-0038.0 2 SPRING LN HELBERG, KARL & KAY 379,600 0.01694 $6,430 OVERVALUATION 26,300 $445.52 101 2012 100/548.0-0001-0035.0 12 SPRING LN GOLDMAN, KAREN A & SALEMI, RAYMOND D 405,000 0.01694 $6,861 OVERVALUATION 34,300 $581.04 101 2012 100/548.0-0001-0024.0 17 SPRING LN COVARRUBIAS, LINO & ANBINDER, KATHRYN M 341,500 0.01694 $5,785 OVERVALUATION 6,000 $101.64 101 2012 100/213.0-0027-0011.0 11 SPRING ST BURGESS, KATHERINE A LIFE ESTATE 245,600 0.01694 $4,160 OVERVALUATION 16,400 $277.81 101 2012 100/484.0-0001-0048.A 26 SPRUCE ST MATIAS, LAUREN A & ANTONIO D 319,900 0.01694 $5,419 OVERVALUATION 12,400 $210.06 101 2012 100/485.0-0001-0001.0 75 SPRUCE ST IVESON, JEFFREY A 295,900 0.01694 $5,013 OVERVALUATION 14,600 $247.32 101 2012 100/457.0-0005-0015.0 100 STAPLES DR CSHV STAPLES, LLC 19,439,900 0.04092 $795,481 OVERVALUATION 276,200 $11,302.10 340 2014 100/457.0-0005-0015.B 200 STAPLES DR NDNE 9/90 200 STAPLES DRIVE LLC 7,726,900 0.03998 $308,921 OVERVALUATION 817,000 $32,663.66 340 2013 100/457.0-0005-0015.A 400 STAPLES DR FORTY FOUR FRAMINGHAM ASSOCIATES LLC 13,515,000 0.03805 $514,246 OVERVALUATION 750,000 $28,537.50 301 2012 100/217.0-0033-0002.0 131 STATE ST PESSOA, EDILENE 269,000 0.01603 $4,312 OVERVALUATION 1,800 $28.85 101 2011 100/028.0-0058-0008.0 25 STEVENS RD CHICHAK, ELIZABETH 284,200 0.01603 $4,556 OVERVALUATION 19,300 $309.38 101 2011 100/301.0-0208-0920.0 23 SUDBURY LANDING CULLIVAN, CARINA B 422,500 0.01694 $7,157 OVERVALUATION 18,400 $311.70 101 2012 100/305.0-0214-0143.0 5 SUMMIT PATH OCNOS, DOROTHEA 316,300 0.01694 $5,358 OVERVALUATION 20,200 $342.19 101 2012 100/114.0-0229-0007.A 36 SUMMIT ST HOWLEY SUZANNE M & ELLIOT R 240,900 0.01694 $4,081 OVERVALUATION 10,600 $179.56 101 2012 100/114.0-0229-0001.0 52 SUMMIT ST D'COSTA, CHRISTINE & CONRAD 217,700 0.01694 $3,688 OVERVALUATION 10,600 $179.56 101 2012 100/589.0-0001-0001.0 3 SUN VALLEY DR DEFINO, BARBARA A 343,200 0.01694 $5,814 OVERVALUATION 38,730 $673.03 101 2012 100/435.0-0001-0018.E 13 SURRO DR XU, TANG XIAN & YIN, YEHO 762,900 0.01694 $12,924 OVERVALUATION 66,800 $1,131.59 101 2012 100/753.0-0001-0017.0 26 SWANSON RD MARQUIS ARTHUR T & MERLE E 413,100 0.01694 $6,998 OVERVALUATION 12,200 $206.66 101 2012 100/207.0-0015-0048.0 39 SWIFT RD ROSEN SAUL R NATALIE 277,600 0.01694 $4,703 OVERVALUATION 12,400 $210.06 101 2012 100/206.0-0012-0029.0 76 SWIFT RD RAMANI, AARTI 467,800 0.01784 $8,346 OVERVALUATION 27,800 $495.95 101 2013 100/453.0-0001-0032.0 6 TALLY HO LN LITCHMAN STANLEY E & ELISABETH 626,300 0.01694 $10,610 OVERVALUATION 101,300 $1,716.02 101 2012 100/380.0-0001-0026.B 5 TEMPLE ST PICARD, DAVID J & CHRISTINE M 307,300 0.01784 $5,482 OVERVALUATION 13,500 $240.84 101 2013 100/389.0-0011-0006.0 175 TEMPLE ST MOORE HELEN B 237,800 0.01694 $4,028 OVERVALUATION 14,500 $245.63 101 2012 100/460.0-0008-0031.0 100 THE MOUNTAIN RD BOSE CORPORATION 47,746,200 0.03899 $1,861,624 OVERVALUATION 2,962,027 $115,489.43 404 2015 100/691.0-0001-0039.0 6 TRAVIS DR ROSENBERG, LAWRENCE A & LESLIE 425,300 0.01694 $7,205 OVERVALUATION 15,600 $264.26 101 2012 100/691.0-0001-0009.0 7 TRAVIS DR STEIN, MICHAEL N & RONA S 419,400 0.01694 $7,105 OVERVALUATION 18,100 $306.61 101 2012 100/691.0-0001-0012.0 13 TRAVIS DR AMES JR RICHARD F & ROSEMARY K 503,500 0.01694 $8,529 OVERVALUATION 38,100 $645.41 101 2012 100/691.0-0001-0013.0 15 TRAVIS DR DIPASQUALE, DANIEL & HEATHER ANN 468,700 0.01694 $7,940 OVERVALUATION 15,900 $269.35 101 2012 100/714.0-0001-0033.0 18 TRAVIS DR POLLARD, PATRICIA A 444,900 0.01694 $7,537 OVERVALUATION 12,800 $216.83 101 2012 100/691.0-0001-0015.0 19 TRAVIS DR CARLSON, W ERIC & WOODRUFF-CARLSON, R 465,400 0.01694 $7,884 OVERVALUATION 48,200 $816.51 101 2012 100/714.0-0001-0016.0 21 TRAVIS DR FELSON, SETH D & VICTORIA 449,000 0.01694 $7,606 OVERVALUATION 48,900 $828.37 101 2012 100/714.0-0001-0031.0 22 TRAVIS DR MCCARTHY, DANIEL J & SARGENT,MCCARTHY, P 480,500 0.01784 $8,572 OVERVALUATION 17,500 $312.20 101 2013 100/715.0-0001-0028.0 28 TRAVIS DR BONAN ISRAEL Z & SORANA 412,400 0.01603 $6,611 OVERVALUATION 6,000 $96.18 101 2011 100/715.0-0001-0027.0 30 TRAVIS DR KUZA, BARRIE J & WILLIAM 466,700 0.01694 $7,906 OVERVALUATION 15,600 $264.26 101 2012 100/121.0-0247-0006.A 4 TRIPP ST SIMON, ERIK TR 746,700 0.03899 $29,114 OVERVALUATION 266,720 $10,399.41 402 2015 100/523.0-0001-0042.0 21 TURNER RD MATTON, ROSEMARY S TR 293,700 0.01694 $4,975 OVERVALUATION 14,900 $252.41 101 2012 100/041.0-0078-0001.0 157 UNION AVE SULLIVAN TR, ROBERT D 668,800 0.03711 $24,819 OVERVALUATION 51,300 $1,903.74 332 2011 100/040.0-0077-0003.0 179 UNION AVE BOYLE, HENRY C III & KATHLEEN D 285,600 0.03998 $11,418 OVERVALUATION 103,000 $4,117.94 337 2013 100/030.0-0061-0009.E 413 UNION AVE PAPAVASILIOU ET AL CHARLES 331,700 0.01603 $5,317 OVERVALUATION 4,000 $64.12 104 2011 100/030.0-0061-0009.0 417 UNION AVE PAPAVASILIOU ETAL CHARLES 340,500 0.01603 $5,458 OVERVALUATION 4,000 $64.12 104 2011 100/212.0-0024-0003.0 623 UNION AVE DE OLIVEIRA, FRANCISCO 320,600 0.01603 $5,139 OVERVALUATION 22,400 $359.07 101 2011 100/203.0-0005-0023.0 24 UNION AVE TERR WHEELER SR TRS, PAUL D & CATHERINE F &252,100 0.01694 $4,271 OVERVALUATION 9,400 $159.24 101 2012 100/723.0-0001-0035.0 7 VAILLENCOURT DR LIVERMAN MAURICE & REEVA C 448,300 0.01694 $7,594 OVERVALUATION 9,300 $157.54 101 2012 100/723.0-0001-0034.0 9 VAILLENCOURT DR GREENBERG, GILA 449,100 0.01694 $7,608 OVERVALUATION 7,800 $132.13 101 2012 100/723.0-0001-0034.0 9 VAILLENCOURT DR GREENBERG, GILA 436,300 0.01784 $7,784 OVERVALUATION 76,300 $1,361.19 101 2013 100/723.0-0001-0034.0 9 VAILLENCOURT DR GREENBERG, GILA 426,100 0.01829 $7,793 OVERVALUATION 20,100 $367.63 101 2014 04/13/2016 13 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/067.0-0132-0026.0 27 VALENTINE RD ERICKSON RICHARD J & GLORIA AN 236,700 0.01694 $4,010 OVERVALUATION 7,200 $121.97 101 2012 100/353.0-0086-0003.0 4 VERNON ST C.J. GORDON FAMILY REALTY, LLC 95,400 0.03998 $3,814 OVERVALUATION 19,100 $763.62 337 2013 100/101.0-0999-0012.A 17 VICTOR RD EXTN #A NEVES, ANDERSON S & CATIA S 296,800 0.01784 $5,295 OVERVALUATION 138,400 $2,469.06 102 2013 100/101.0-0999-0012.B 17 VICTOR RD EXTN #B VIEIRA, AGUIMAR & MARIA R 296,800 0.01784 $5,295 OVERVALUATION 138,400 $2,469.06 102 2013 100/774.0-0001-0114.0 4 VIGUE CIR BEBCHICK TR, SHEILA 542,100 0.01694 $9,183 OVERVALUATION 27,100 $459.07 101 2012 100/030.0-0061-0016.0 52 WALNUT ST PAPAVASILIOU ET AL CHARLES 328,800 0.01603 $5,271 OVERVALUATION 4,800 $76.94 104 2011 100/032.0-0088-0008.C 175 WALNUT ST ARMSTRONG SHEILA ET AL 273,100 0.01603 $4,378 OVERVALUATION 20,000 $320.60 101 2011 100/032.0-0088-0008.C 175 WALNUT ST ARMSTRONG SHEILA ET AL 257,900 0.01694 $4,369 OVERVALUATION 17,500 $296.45 101 2012 100/374.0-0103-0002.J 5 WARD FARM CIR HICKEY, KENNETH J & MERYL I 532,200 0.01694 $9,015 OVERVALUATION 14,000 $237.16 101 2012 100/351.0-0001-0013.0 5 WARREN PL WHITE KENNETH W & SUZANNE 302,800 0.01829 $5,538 OVERVALUATION 17,700 $323.73 101 2014 100/034.0-0065-0011.0 18 WARREN RD SHAFTEL, LISA M 350,500 0.01829 $6,411 OVERVALUATION 78,700 $1,439.42 101 2014 100/047.0-0091-0005.0 96 WARREN RD GIFFEE, PHILIP R & O'HARE, NANCY E 369,300 0.01694 $6,256 OVERVALUATION 50,300 $852.08 101 2012 100/048.0-0094-0001.A 133 WARREN RD MANN, CHARLOTTE P 156,400 0.01782 $2,787 OVERVALUATION 66,400 $1,183.25 131 2015 100/048.0-0093-0006.0 176 WARREN RD CONVERY, DEBORAH M & KEVIN P 289,900 0.01784 $5,172 OVERVALUATION 6,900 $123.10 101 2013 100/332.0-0012-0006.G 62 WATER ST GAO, XIN QUAN & YAO TRS 648,700 0.03899 $25,293 OVERVALUATION 204,850 $7,987.10 326 2015 100/329.0-0002-0265.0 140 WATER ST LIBERATORE, DANIEL J & LILLIAN A 298,500 0.01694 $5,057 OVERVALUATION 13,600 $230.38 101 2012 100/329.0-0002-0266.0 144 WATER ST CASSANO, DEBORAH A TR 282,200 0.01694 $4,780 OVERVALUATION 4,600 $77.92 101 2012 100/377.0-0106-0012.G 378 WATER ST CAMUSO, JOHN A & BERNICE T TR 438,900 0.01829 $8,027 OVERVALUATION 17,300 $316.42 101 2014 100/320.0-0009-0049.D 437 WATER ST GERARD, MICHAEL K & DALE 678,200 0.01784 $12,099 OVERVALUATION 60,800 $1,084.67 101 2013 100/643.0-0001-0047.A 541 WATER ST LINCOLN, ROBERT B & CECELIA R 479,200 0.01694 $8,118 OVERVALUATION 42,200 $714.87 101 2012 100/746.0-0001-0001.A 724 WATER ST CHAN, LI ANN Y 320,300 0.01603 $5,134 OVERVALUATION 22,500 $360.68 101 2011 100/551.0-0001-0004.0 747 WATER ST MARY ANN MORSE HEALTHCARE CORP 7,252,900 0.01784 $129,392 OVERVALUATION 888,107 $15,843.83 039 2013 100/551.0-0001-0004.0 747 WATER ST MARY ANN MORSE HEALTHCARE CORP 7,252,900 0.01784 $129,392 OVERVALUATION 3,684,610 $65,733.44 039 2013 100/551.0-0001-0004.B 801 WATER ST RENZELLA, BENNY C & GLADYS C TRS 611,100 0.03711 $22,678 OVERVALUATION 178,900 $6,638.98 340 2011 100/315.0-0997-0001.0 7 WATER ST #1 MILLER, DIANE 206,200 0.01694 $3,493 OVERVALUATION 41,200 $697.93 102 2012 100/315.0-0997-0002.0 7 WATER ST #2 SCIANNA JOSEPH N 128,400 0.01694 $2,175 OVERVALUATION 25,700 $435.36 102 2012 100/315.0-0997-0003.0 7 WATER ST #3 USKOV, FELIX & LOSKUTOVA, TANYA 319,300 0.01694 $5,409 OVERVALUATION 63,900 $1,082.47 102 2012 100/315.0-0997-0004.0 7 WATER ST #4 REARDON, KEVIN M 196,200 0.01694 $3,324 OVERVALUATION 39,200 $664.05 102 2012 100/281.0-0159-0005.A 12 WATSON PL DIMIDIS, CRAIG & PAULA M 399,200 MIXED $10,607 OVERVALUATION 13,581 $504.84 031 2011 100/164.0-0329-0136.0 31 WAUSHAKUM BLVD HIGGINS, CAROL TR 242,800 0.01694 $4,113 OVERVALUATION 8,700 $147.38 101 2012 100/013.0-0999-0040.0 40 WAUSHAKUM ST RYAN TRS, JOHN A & ROBERTA D 183,400 0.01784 $3,272 OVERVALUATION 18,400 $328.26 102 2013 100/659.0-0001-0035.A 35 WAVENEY RD COOK WILBUR & HELEN 829,300 0.01603 $13,294 OVERVALUATION 738,173 $11,832.92 101 2011 100/152.0-0999-0017.0 17 WAVERLEY LN KAWESA, ETHEL 242,700 0.01694 $4,111 OVERVALUATION 37,700 $638.64 102 2012 100/089.0-0185-0009.0 2 WAVERLEY ST ROSE, WILLIAM & KATES, KENNETH TRS 132,400 0.03805 $5,038 OVERVALUATION 2,400 $91.32 326 2012 100/918.0-0001-0002.E 45 WAVERLEY ST TOSTI, JOSEPH ET AL TRS 532,000 0.03899 $20,743 OVERVALUATION 120,300 $4,690.50 334 2015 100/092.0-0194-0018.0 86 WAVERLEY ST SPYGLASS II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 817,000 0.03711 $30,319 OVERVALUATION 279,400 $10,368.53 340 2011 100/092.0-0194-0018.0 86 WAVERLEY ST SPYGLASS II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 508,200 0.03805 $19,337 OVERVALUATION 58,200 $2,214.51 340 2012 100/918.0-0999-0002.B 119 WAVERLEY ST SEADIA, MICHAEL TR 276,400 0.03805 $10,517 OVERVALUATION 48,080 $1,829.44 327 2012 100/110.0-0224-0002.0 264 WAVERLEY ST KONSTANTOPOULOS, EFTHEMIOS & MERCY 765,400 0.03899 $29,843 OVERVALUATION 302,960 $11,812.41 326 2015 100/110.0-0224-0003.0 266 WAVERLEY ST PILAVIN REALTY LLC 1,636,503 0.04092 $66,966 OVERVALUATION 494,597 $20,238.91 323 2014 100/006.0-0012-0001.0 410 WAVERLEY ST PLOUSIA, LLC 1,692,600 0.04092 $69,261 OVERVALUATION 348,323 $14,253.38 340 2014 100/001.0-0001-0020.0 417 WAVERLEY ST STEVENS GREENBERG FAMILY LLC 760,400 0.03805 $28,933 OVERVALUATION 225,400 $8,576.47 326 2012 100/007.0-0014-0038.A 472 WAVERLEY ST PERIVOLARAKIS NICHOLAS & TINA 183,100 0.03805 $6,967 OVERVALUATION 23,100 $878.96 326 2012 100/141.0-0292-0008.0 660 WAVERLEY ST TAVARES, CARLOS A & MARIA L TRS 310,200 (split)$6,184 OVERVALUATION 16,000 $630.00 013 2015 100/147.0-0301-0001.A 853 WAVERLEY ST STRATHMORE 17 INVESTMENTS LLC 841,700 0.03711 $31,235 OVERVALUATION 120,500 $4,471.76 400 2011 100/147.0-0301-0001.A 853 WAVERLEY ST STRATHMORE 17 INVESTMENTS LLC 812,700 0.03805 $30,923 OVERVALUATION 62,700 $2,385.74 400 2012 100/089.0-0185-0012.0 14 WAVERLEY ST RR ROSE, WILLIAM & KATES, KENNETH TRS 338,400 0.03805 $12,876 OVERVALUATION 53,400 $2,031.87 325 2012 100/089.0-0185-0012.0 14 WAVERLEY ST RR ROSE, WILLIAM TR 328,100 0.04092 $13,426 OVERVALUATION 28,100 $1,149.85 325 2014 100/413.0-0001-0038.0 2 WAYSIDE CIR WAYSIDE CIRCLE, LLC 400,900 0.01603 $6,426 OVERVALUATION 181,900 $2,915.86 130 2011 100/413.0-0001-0037.0 4 WAYSIDE CIR TATEVOSIAN, LYNNE 1,173,100 0.01603 $18,805 OVERVALUATION 290,600 $4,658.32 101 2011 100/421.0-0001-0001.K 32 WAYSIDE INN RD GILL, RICHARD D & JANET L 1,124,700 0.01694 $19,052 OVERVALUATION 292,000 $4,946.48 101 2012 100/421.0-0001-0001.G 38 WAYSIDE INN RD HARRINGTON, ROBERT J & FAYE E 588,000 0.01694 $9,961 OVERVALUATION 38,500 $652.19 101 2012 100/421.0-0001-0001.G 38 WAYSIDE INN RD HARRINGTON, ROBERT J & FAYE E 893,500 0.01784 $15,940 OVERVALUATION 355,500 $6,342.12 101 2013 100/421.0-0001-0001.G 38 WAYSIDE INN RD HARRINGTON, ROBERT J & FAYE E 893,500 0.01829 $16,342 OVERVALUATION 39,500 $722.46 101 2014 100/176.0-0431-0001.0 63 WESTERN AVE ASSET HOLDINGS III L P 27,964,800 0.03899 $1,090,348 OVERVALUATION 6,956,200 $271,222.24 401 2015 100/176.0-0431-0001.A 53 WESTERN AVE NR CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 430,300 0.03899 $16,777 OVERVALUATION 98,750 $3,850.26 402 2015 100/176.0-0431-0001.A 53 WESTERN AVE NR CONSOLIDATED RAIL CORP 213,800 0.04092 $8,749 OVERVALUATION 34,100 $1,395.37 402 2014 100/557.0-0001-0059.0 8 WESTVIEW RD KONIGSBERG, MOSES 359,300 0.01784 $6,410 OVERVALUATION 112,211 $2,001.84 101 2013 04/13/2016 14 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/209.0-0021-0016.0 4 WHEELER AVE RUSS, JOHN R 304,500 0.01782 $5,426 OVERVALUATION 8,200 $146.12 104 2015 100/163.0-0340-0024.0 30 WHITNEY AVE BORGHESI, AUGUSTUS J LIFE ESTATE 236,900 0.01694 $4,013 OVERVALUATION 12,000 $203.28 101 2012 100/719.0-0001-0291.0 48 WILLIAM J HGTS WONG, MICHAEL Y.L.647,100 0.01829 $11,835 OVERVALUATION 61,700 $1,128.49 101 2014 100/089.0-0185-0014.0 74 WILLIS ST SEIFER JOEL D & BLANCHE 749,100 0.04092 $30,653 OVERVALUATION 195,929 $8,017.41 316 2014 100/728.0-0001-0027.A 9 WILLOWBROOK DR PICKETT, WILLIAM JR & ROSEMARY 350,000 0.01694 $5,929 OVERVALUATION 16,818 $284.90 101 2012 100/727.0-0001-0003.A 14 WILLOWBROOK DR CUCINOTTA, MICHAEL J & ARDRIA E 400,000 0.01784 $7,136 OVERVALUATION 55,900 $997.26 101 2013 100/727.0-0001-0030.A 17 WILLOWBROOK DR SUDAN LALIT K & SUZANNE R 406,900 0.01603 $6,523 OVERVALUATION 20,000 $320.60 101 2011 100/727.0-0001-0030.A 17 WILLOWBROOK DR SUDAN LALIT K & SUZANNE R 405,800 0.01784 $7,239 OVERVALUATION 15,700 $280.09 101 2013 100/451.0-0001-0070.0 15 WILMONT RD NATOLI, MARY L LIFE ESTATE 323,600 0.01829 $5,919 OVERVALUATION 61,700 $1,128.49 101 2014 100/431.0-0001-0005.A 56 WINCH ST CONTE, BIAGIO A & PAUL A TR 239,800 0.01603 $3,844 OVERVALUATION 32,900 $527.39 101 2011 100/431.0-0001-0004.0 78 WINCH ST CONTE BIAGIO & GLORIA 950,600 0.01603 $15,238 OVERVALUATION 48,700 $780.66 101 2011 100/431.0-0001-0004.C 140 WINCH ST LEVINSON, DAVID L 1,000,700 0.01694 $16,952 OVERVALUATION 121,900 $2,064.99 101 2012 100/430.0-0001-0004.C 260 WINCH ST CHARTOFF, ALAN S & GAIL C 577,200 0.01694 $9,778 OVERVALUATION 30,100 $509.89 101 2012 100/430.0-0001-0004.C 260 WINCH ST CHARTOFF, ALAN S & GAIL C TRS 595,700 0.01782 $10,615 OVERVALUATION 40,100 $714.58 101 2015 100/840.0-0001-0021.F 301 WINCH ST NEIMAN, JACK K & AURORA M 490,900 0.01603 $7,869 OVERVALUATION 6,800 $109.00 101 2011 100/840.0-0001-0024.0 369 WINCH ST ANGUS, SEAN & DONNA 602,500 0.01603 $9,658 OVERVALUATION 14,900 $238.85 101 2011 100/840.0-0001-0024.0 369 WINCH ST ANGUS, SEAN & DONNA 637,500 0.01694 $10,799 OVERVALUATION 34,900 $591.21 101 2012 100/372.0-0120-0027.A 471 WINCH ST BRENDLER IRWIN & PAULA 436,800 0.01694 $7,399 OVERVALUATION 16,400 $277.82 101 2012 100/372.0-0120-0027.B 473 WINCH ST SALES, JOHN S & SUSAN W 442,000 0.01694 $7,487 OVERVALUATION 6,100 $103.33 101 2012 100/775.0-0001-0104.A 104 WINDSOR DR WINDSOR GREEN CD UNIT OWNER AS 204,200 0.01782 $3,639 OVERVALUATION 10,200 $181.76 102 2015 100/775.0-0001-0401.0 401 WINDSOR DR FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE COPR 171,800 0.01784 $3,065 OVERVALUATION 16,200 $289.00 102 2013 100/775.0-0001-0702.0 702 WINDSOR DR ARASZKIEWICZ, PANAYIOTA 241,300 0.01784 $4,305 OVERVALUATION 30,500 $544.12 102 2013 100/581.0-0001-0105.0 14 WINIFRED RD GALLIGAN PAUL 281,300 0.01694 $4,765 OVERVALUATION 7,800 $132.13 101 2012 100/220.0-0040-0014.0 16 WINTER LN LARSON CORBIT H & BARBARA F 1,883,200 0.01782 $33,559 OVERVALUATION 1,510,900 $26,924.24 101 2015 100/528.0-0001-0066.0 45 WINTER PARK RD SIMONS, MARGARET BERNADETTE 248,900 0.01829 $4,552 OVERVALUATION 12,400 $226.80 101 2014 100/528.0-0001-0093.0 82 WINTER PARK RD DOS SANTOS, EDSON &455,600 0.01829 $8,333 OVERVALUATION 8,700 $159.12 101 2014 100/220.0-0040-0013.A 105 WINTER ST LIZOTTE, DAVID A 424,600 0.01694 $7,193 OVERVALUATION 7,200 $121.97 101 2012 100/168.0-0041-0004.0 215 WINTER ST BROWN, KAREN A 243,900 0.01694 $4,132 OVERVALUATION 7,300 $123.66 101 2012 100/135.0-0281-0009.0 24 WOOD AVE ROSS, CHRISTOPHER C & HOFRENNING, ILENE 243,600 0.01694 $4,127 OVERVALUATION 4,700 $79.62 101 2012 100/135.0-0281-0079.0 42 WOOD AVE OHLSON DEBORAH L 184,100 0.01694 $3,119 OVERVALUATION 4,100 $69.45 101 2012 100/204.0-0007-0026.0 33 WOOD TERR SARAVANOS, GEORGE & GREGORGIA 259,200 0.01694 $4,391 OVERVALUATION 7,100 $120.27 101 2012 100/363.0-0001-0074.0 91 WOODLAND DR WILSON, GERARD D & MARY ANN 222,300 0.01784 $3,966 OVERVALUATION 30,000 $535.20 101 2013 100/658.0-0001-0005.0 43 WOODMERE RD POWERS WILLIAM L 362,200 0.01603 $5,806 OVERVALUATION 17,300 $277.32 101 2011 100/247.0-0085-0016.0 4 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY BARNES, WILLIAM P & CONSTANCE 581,700 0.01694 $9,854 OVERVALUATION 39,400 $667.44 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0017.0 6 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY KURLAND, STEPHEN R & GOLDBERG, ERIKA 673,200 0.01694 $11,404 OVERVALUATION 44,300 $750.44 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0042.0 7 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY DEVEAU, DANIEL S & BENOVITZ, LISA 590,200 0.01694 $9,998 OVERVALUATION 37,600 $636.94 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0018.0 8 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY SUVALLE, MICHAEL & ELLEN 566,400 0.01694 $9,595 OVERVALUATION 4,000 $67.76 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0018.0 8 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY SUVALLE, MICHAEL & ELLEN 566,400 0.01694 $9,595 OVERVALUATION 33,900 $574.27 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0041.0 9 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY HILL, GARRY & PATRICIA L 613,400 0.01694 $10,391 OVERVALUATION 38,200 $647.11 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0040.0 11 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY ERICKSON, LAWRENCE E SR & DIANNE M 592,400 0.01694 $10,035 OVERVALUATION 37,500 $635.25 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0020.0 12 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY ALPERT, BARRY J & NANCY R 543,300 0.01694 $9,204 OVERVALUATION 35,800 $606.45 101 2012 100/574.0-0001-0003.0 4 WOODSIDE RD ANGLIN WILLIAM T & DEBORAH D 493,600 0.01694 $8,362 OVERVALUATION 54,900 $930.01 101 2012 100/780.0-0001-0028.0 8 WOODSTOCK DR KAY JACK & ELLEN L 1,115,700 0.01784 $19,904 OVERVALUATION 330,800 $5,901.47 101 2013 100/088.0-0142-0001.0 30 WORCESTER RD THIRTY WORCESTER ROAD LLC 2,716,300 0.04092 $111,151 OVERVALUATION 716,300 $29,311.00 326 2014 100/088.0-0142-0001.A 70 WORCESTER RD GREENWOOD DEVELOPMENT CORP 905,600 0.03998 $36,206 OVERVALUATION 600 $23.99 326 2013 100/088.0-0142-0004.0 100 WORCESTER RD THE FERRI CORP 1,824,900 0.03899 $71,153 OVERVALUATION 506,910 $19,764.42 325 2015 100/087.0-0141-0001.0 220 WORCESTER RD RRB LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 8,038,800 0.03805 $305,876 OVERVALUATION 1,321,900 $50,298.30 323 2012 100/253.0-0153-0002.0 357 WORCESTER RD 357 REALTY, LLC 552,900 0.03899 $21,558 OVERVALUATION 143,400 $5,591.17 340 2015 100/240.0-0075-0010.A 463 WORCESTER RD THE 463 LLC 3,095,600 0.03998 $123,762 OVERVALUATION 245,600 $9,819.09 340 2013 100/240.0-0075-0010.A 463 WORCESTER RD THE 463 LLC 3,095,600 0.04092 $126,672 OVERVALUATION 112,883 $4,619.17 340 2014 100/245.0-0083-0002.B 501 WORCESTER RD 501 WORCESTER ROAD, LLC 640,500 0.03998 $25,607 OVERVALUATION 106,800 $4,269.86 325 2013 100/245.0-0083-0002.B 501 WORCESTER RD 501 WORCESTER ROAD, LLC 640,500 0.04092 $26,209 OVERVALUATION 143,601 $5,876.15 325 2014 100/245.0-0082-0002.0 517 WORCESTER RD M.A.N.Y., LLC 715,800 0.03899 $27,909 OVERVALUATION 165,200 $6,441.15 326 2015 100/228.0-0087-0001.C 669 WORCESTER RD MAGUIRES INC 643,800 0.03899 $25,102 OVERVALUATION 275,700 $10,749.54 334 2015 100/210.0-0023-0030.0 752 WORCESTER RD RIVOLLIER, ELIE JR ET AL TRS 459,800 0.03805 $17,495 OVERVALUATION 84,800 $3,226.64 332 2012 100/210.0-0022-0014.0 808 WORCESTER RD EIGHT-08 WORCESTER ROAD, LLC 266,500 0.04092 $10,905 OVERVALUATION 147,382 $6,030.89 340 2014 100/353.0-0086-0009.0 957 WORCESTER RD C.J. GORDON FAMILY REALTY, LLC 155,000 0.03998 $6,197 OVERVALUATION 31,000 $1,239.38 316 2013 100/353.0-0086-0004.0 957 WORCESTER RD GORDON, JAY R & SHERMAN, JOEL B TRS 1,079,400 0.03998 $43,154 OVERVALUATION 215,900 $8,631.68 325 2013 04/13/2016 15 REAL PROPERTY TAX ABATEMENTS FISCAL YEARS: 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 PARCEL ID LOC1 LOC2 OWNER NAME FINAL VALUE TAX RATE ORIGINAL TAX AMOUNT REASON VALUE ALLOWED TAX ALLOWED STATE USE CODE FISCAL YEAR 100/353.0-0086-0007.0 971 WORCESTER RD C.J. GORDON FAMILY REALTY, LLC 115,400 0.03998 $4,614 OVERVALUATION 23,100 $923.54 390 2013 100/237.0-0089-0002.0 1001 WORCESTER RD LINGLEY, GARY D 1,266,700 0.03711 $47,007 OVERVALUATION 100,000 $3,711.00 340 2011 100/219.0-0038-0007.0 1080 WORCESTER RD ROSENFIELD, R J & A L & P I TRS 306,200 0.03711 $11,363 OVERVALUATION 44,950 $1,668.09 332 2011 100/219.0-0038-0001.0 1094 WORCESTER RD MOORE TRS, DAVID W & HERMAN, NEIL 1,570,600 0.04092 $64,269 OVERVALUATION 289,338 $11,839.71 342 2014 100/238.0-0091-0001.0 1127 WORCESTER RD CAHILL, HOWARD 305,600 0.03805 $11,628 OVERVALUATION 153,900 $5,855.90 317 2012 100/380.0-0001-0013.A 1170 WORCESTER RD WATERTOWN SQUARE PLAZA, LLC 802,600 0.03899 $31,293 OVERVALUATION 242,840 $9,468.33 326 2015 100/386.0-0002-0030.0 1253 WORCESTER RD TEMPLE PLACE REALTY CORP 2,490,100 0.03899 $97,089 OVERVALUATION 256,319 $9,993.88 340 2015 100/380.0-0002-0003.0 1296 WORCESTER RD WATERS EDGE EAST, LLC 30,955,700 0.01782 $551,631 OVERVALUATION 2,966,460 $52,862.32 113 2015 100/444.0-0005-0003.C 1400 WORCESTER RD WATERS EDGE WEST, LLC 45,389,000 0.01782 $808,832 OVERVALUATION 10,377,639 $184,929.53 113 2015 100/460.0-0008-0001.A 1583 WORCESTER RD CANFORD REAL ESTATE CORP 1,413,300 0.03711 $52,448 OVERVALUATION 13,300 $493.56 326 2011 100/461.0-0001-0002.0 1668 WORCESTER RD MOTEL 6 OPERATING L P 4,697,100 0.03899 $183,140 OVERVALUATION 3,397,100 $132,452.93 301 2015 100/463.0-0009-0005.0 1671 WORCESTER RD THIRTY BEAR LIMITED PART 2,762,400 0.04092 $113,037 OVERVALUATION 234,300 $9,587.56 340 2014 100/457.0-0005-0028.A 1800 WORCESTER RD GASTON ANDREY OF FRAM INC 1,945,200 0.03998 $77,769 OVERVALUATION 445,200 $17,799.10 330 2013 100/463.0-0009-0027.0 1891 WORCESTER RD ONE 881 (1881) WORCESTER LLC 6,512,300 0.03711 $241,671 OVERVALUATION 12,300 $468.02 340 2011 100/444.0-0005-0218.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #218 RICHMAN, MELVIN 201,500 0.01784 $3,595 OVERVALUATION 26,500 $472.76 102 2013 100/444.0-0005-0315.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #315 BASS, BONNIE B 201,500 0.01784 $3,595 OVERVALUATION 26,500 $472.76 102 2013 100/772.0-0001-0320.0 1550 WORCESTER RD #320 DROGIN, PHILLIP S & KAREN L 249,400 0.01603 $3,998 OVERVALUATION 10,000 $160.30 102 2011 100/444.0-0005-0408.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #408 TSOUROS, CHARLES & PANDORA 225,700 0.01603 $3,618 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $282.13 102 2011 100/444.0-0005-0408.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #408 TSOUROS, CHARLES & PANDORA 230,700 0.01694 $3,908 OVERVALUATION 5,700 $96.56 102 2012 100/772.0-0001-0414.0 1550 WORCESTER RD #414 SHMIDT, IGOR 168,700 0.01603 $2,704 OVERVALUATION 21,300 $341.44 102 2011 100/444.0-0005-0514.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #514 GOVORKOV, LEONID & FIRA 209,200 0.01603 $3,353 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $282.13 102 2011 100/444.0-0005-0514.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #514 GOVORKOV, LEONID & FIRA 201,500 0.01694 $3,413 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $298.14 102 2012 100/444.0-0005-0514.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #514 GOVORKOV, LEONID & FIRA 201,500 0.01784 $3,595 OVERVALUATION 26,500 $472.76 102 2013 100/444.0-0005-0517.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #517 ALFRED, MARIE 201,500 0.01784 $3,595 OVERVALUATION 26,500 $472.76 102 2013 100/444.0-0005-0518.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #518 KWOK, AMY 209,200 0.01603 $3,353 OVERVALUATION 17,600 $282.13 102 2011 100/444.0-0005-0519.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #519 BLANKSTEIN, LARRY & MIRIAM 201,500 0.01784 $3,595 OVERVALUATION 26,500 $472.76 102 2013 100/444.0-0005-0721.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #721 GOLDSTEIN, BLAKE 277,500 0.01829 $5,075 OVERVALUATION 17,500 $320.08 102 2014 100/247.0-0085-0034.0 4 WYNDSTONE WAY BLAINE, JOHN F & JULIE M 607,500 0.01694 $10,291 OVERVALUATION 37,500 $635.25 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0033.0 5 WYNDSTONE WAY DOPPELT, CAROL 591,900 0.01694 $10,027 OVERVALUATION 35,900 $608.15 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0035.0 6 WYNDSTONE WAY KATZ, PHILIP C & BETTY A 611,100 0.01694 $10,352 OVERVALUATION 45,000 $762.30 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0032.0 7 WYNDSTONE WAY KARYS, ALEC P & MARJORIE 592,500 0.01694 $10,037 OVERVALUATION 69,700 $1,180.72 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0036.0 8 WYNDSTONE WAY LANDY, STEPHEN 547,300 0.01694 $9,271 OVERVALUATION 32,600 $552.24 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0031.0 9 WYNDSTONE WAY PASCHE, VICTORIA S & FREDERICK J 595,100 0.01694 $10,081 OVERVALUATION 45,900 $777.55 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0038.0 12 WYNDSTONE WAY NICKERSON, GLENDON B JR & DONNA A 572,700 0.01694 $9,702 OVERVALUATION 38,700 $655.58 101 2012 100/247.0-0085-0039.0 14 WYNDSTONE WAY ROSEN, A. ERIC & EPSTEIN, BARBARA M 570,000 0.01694 $9,656 OVERVALUATION 34,300 $581.04 101 2012 04/13/2016 16 PURCHASING Memorial Building, Room 123| 508-532-5405 |purchasing@framinghamma.gov The Purchasing Department seeks to identify the best overall value when expending public funds for goods and services. The Department ensures that purchases are made in accordance with local bylaws and in compliance with procurement statutes of the Commonwealth. Purchasing has worked closely with Town and School departments to produce invitation for bids for a multitude of projects ranging from improvements made to Parks Department recreation areas to the purchase of vehicles for the Public Works Department to School Department building upgrades and maintenance contracts. Routine contracts were awarded for the School Department lunch commodities (e.g., bread, milk, other food supplies), for Parks & Recreation landscaping materials, and for various internal services, such as, elevator maintenance and cleaning contracts. The Purchasing Department posts all invitations for bid on the Town's website and advertises larger procurement opportunities locally and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Central Register. The Department is currently staffed within the Finance Division by Amy Putney, Procurement Administrator and a part-time Procurement Administrative Assistant. Jennifer Pratt, Assistant Chief Financial Officer also serves as the Chief Procurement Officer. In the coming year, the Purchasing Department will continue to seek out the best available pricing, including leveraging our options and selectively participating in purchasing consortia. The Purchasing Department will continue to conduct due diligence on every major purchase in order to get the best value for taxpayer dollars. Jennifer A. Pratt Assistant Chief Financial Officer Chief Procurement Officer Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 109 RETIREMENT SYSTEM Memorial Building, Room B31| 508-532-5465 |508-532-5757 (fax) | reg@framinghamma.gov The Framingham Retirement System is a member of the Massachusetts Contributory Retirement System, governed by Chapter 32 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and is managed by a five-member Retirement Board consisting of: Richard G. Howarth, Jr. Town Accountant-Ex-officio Member Mary Ellen Kelley, CFO Selectmen Appointee Peter J. Rovinelli - Elected Member Joseph A. Fonseca- Elected Member John W. White, Jr. - Board Member Appointee Sovereign Bank and MMDT $ 9,480,447 Pension Reserve Investment Trust $ 249,937,732 Total Assets on 12/31/2014 $ 259,418,879 Membership in the Retirement System: Active members 1151 Inactive members 308 Retired members and beneficiaries 796 Total Membership 2255 Respectfully Submitted, Laurie A. Lizak, Director Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Finance 110 POLICE | FIRE | BOARD OF HEALTH | INSPECTIONAL SERVICES Police Department 1 William H. Welch Way | 508-532-5906 | sbc@framinghamma.gov A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF FERGUSON 2015 has been a year of reflection and learning for the Framingham Police Department. We have been studying and implementing what the President’s Taskforce has recommended on 21st Century policing. One of our main goals is to identify and implement evidence based practices to enhance our professionalism within the community we serve.Without delay we began to examine, strengthen, and promote collaborative relationships between our department and community. With strong relationships with key community stakeholders a subcommittee was formed and established a forum titled,” Framingham Coming Together”. This forum has continued to offer community members a setting to exchange ideas and share stories and concerns around violence, loss of life, and inequality in public safety, schools, health care, and the media. In the Department we continue to concentrate on maintaining and expanding a work environment that fosters healthy relationships between officers. We have enhanced lines of communication throughout the organization. We support an atmosphere of mutual respect at all levels. Officers who feel respected by their organizations will bring this respect into their interactions with the citizens in the community they serve. As a public safety organization we have focused on enhancing our legitimacy with the people we have sworn to serve. We will continue with community trust- building activities throughout the agency. People will obey the law when they believe that those enforcing it have legitimate authority to police them. We recognize that all people have prejudices as a result of their life’s encounters. These preconceptions effect how one may react when dealing with unfamiliar people or incidents. As a law enforcement organization we have initiated training at all levels of the organization to alleviate implicit biases, the biases people are not aware they have. We will continue to increase awareness and ensure respectful encounters within our organization and communities. We will implement evidence based policies that represent our organizational and community values. All policies require continual oversight, but the policy on which the Framingham Police Department maintains the highest level of evaluation and review is use of force. Our policy on the use of force will be clearly stated, continually reviewed and, Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 111 transparent. You can now review this policy on our website with our other organizational policies. We continue to improve organizational accountability as one means of protecting the rights of all during police encounters. Research is essential to identifying what does and doesn’t work in our organization and our community, which policing methods are effective, and which ones are ineffective or may have unintended consequences. We continue to assess results and outcomes to improve. As your law enforcement agency, we continue to advance our technological capacity and improve our social media outlets. Technology can enhance policing practices and improve community trust and legitimacy. Improving current technologies and employing new technologies offers us another opportunity to engage and educate our communities on public safety issues. The Framingham Police Department continues to strengthen its community policing philosophy. Community policing promotes strategies that support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques to proactively address crime, disorder, and unhealthy quality of life issues. We regularly engage in problem-solving activities internally and with our community partners in response to locations, people, and incidents of concern. Much of our effectiveness has been the result of town and community initiatives working in unison with the common goal of ensuring that Framingham is a safe and healthy place to live, raise a family, work, and visit. Officer safety and wellness continue to be a priority for our organization. The wellness and safety of law enforcement officers is not only critical to themselves, their peers, and our agency, but also to public safety. The sustained health and wellness of our people is directly related to our success and effectiveness. Law enforcement officers deal with risk and tragedy on a regular basis. We recognize that physical and psychological injuries can reduce a law enforcement organization’s operational effectiveness. We enlisted the assistance of experts in the areas of exercise, nutrition, and organizational health. One of the subject matter experts who continue to assist us is Dr. Gerald Sweet, a highly experienced police psychologist. Through Dr. Sweet’s expertise, guidance, and support we have identified organizational issues, conducted focus groups to discuss and address issues, and have developed and implemented programs and initiatives to enhance the organizational health of our Department, we will progress in this area. Sincerely, Chief Ken Ferguson 2015 Police Personnel Resources Chief 1 Deputy Chief 3 Lieutenants 12 Sergeants 14 Administrative Aide 1 Assistant to Chief 1 Patrol Officers 91 Dispatchers 7 Civilian Staff 6.5 Mechanic 1 Parking Control 1 Animal Control 2.5 Crossing Guards 16 On October 28, 2013 Chief Ferguson promoted Kevin Slattery and Ronald Brandolini to the position of Deputy Chief. Deputy Police Chief Steven Trask was appointed as executive officer. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 112 Slattery has been a police officer in Framingham for 29 years. A graduate of Framingham North High School, he attended Northeastern University and Westfield State University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. Brandolini has been a Framingham police officer for 21 years. A 1985 graduate of Framingham North High School, he received a Bachelor’s Degree in 1989 and his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Westfield State College in 1994. In 2013 Michael Loughman was promoted to Lieutenant and Tim O’Toole, Lenny Pini and Gregory Reardon were promoted to Sergeant. The department put on three new officers in 2013, Jay Godino, Eric Hayes, Sean Wilson joined the department after graduating the Worcester Police Academy. The Framingham police also hired three additional officers who are in recruit training at the Worcester Police Academy. Revenue The Framingham Police Department generates monies through the issuance of licenses and permits, administration fees and fines from parking and traffic citations. This revenue is not entered into the police budget but that of the town’s general fund. Revenues are as follows: Billable Activity FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 111F/Recovery $100 $46,065 $37,194 $189 Alarms $69,320 $79,975 $59,643 $13,700 Court Fines $103,446 $94,837 $99,265 $138,518 Detail Admin Fee $141,658 $175,876 $120,031 $133,468 Finger Prints $1,710 $1,590 $1,150 $1,218 Hackney Licenses $4,080 $2,165 $2,940 $2,900 M/V Fines $122,255 $87,525 $130,050 $118,553 Marijuana Fines $3,400 $3,400 $2,200 $1,290 Misc. Revenues $7,909 $0 $8,400 $6,000 Parking Fines $220,637 $208,520 $213,255 $220,565 Permits to Carry $8,912 $12,812 $11,400 $8,175 Photos $25 $0 $27 $625 Report Fees $8,962 $6,583 $8,105 $10,324 Subpoenas $38 $85 $51 $58 Tow Fees $23,560 $25,877 $25,584 $24,520 Cruiser Detail Fee $0 $50,180 $88,904 $104,862 Liquor Server $0 $7,580 $0 $0 Auction $0 $169 $3.80 $0 Non-Recur Rev $0 $374 $7,565 $6,129 Total $716,012 $803,616 $815,768 $791,094 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 113 Emergency Management Framingham Emergency Management Agency (FrEMA) directs all emergency management operations in the Town of Framingham. Emergency management is the preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery of both naturally occurring events like blizzards, ice storms, hurricanes, flooding or earthquakes as well as any man made disasters such as chemical spills, fires, transportation events and acts of terrorism. Framingham Emergency Management has worked extensively under its current structure to create planning groups, exercise response activities, secure funding from grants and state and federal sources and expand participation in this municipal function. Frema in concert with Framingham department of public works and the Northeast Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council also operate an emergency equipment cache located at Framingham DPW. This cache is one of only three in the State and will be used to disperse equipment and supplies during emergencies. FrEMA in conjunction with state and federal authorities, prepares, administers and implements Framingham’s CEMP (Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan) as well as the federal mandated NIMSCAST. In 2007 the entire CEMP was rewritten and printed; this is the first time since 1997. In 2010 Framingham also joined five other communities (Ashland, Natick, Holliston, Hopkinton and Sherborn) to form the Metrowest Regional Emergency Planning Committee. In 2012 FrEMA took delivery of a brand new mobile command post, this vehicle is outfitted with the latest technology for crimes scenes, natural disasters and planned events. The vehicle has a conference room, 3 dispatch areas, hard wired telephones, weather station, 40 foot boom with camera and specialized scene lighting. The vehicle is operated by a nine member emergency management strike team. Framingham will continue to be a leader in the ever increasing role of emergency management in a post 911 era, roles and responsibilities are increasing and the Town will need to recognize the value of emergency preparedness. The mobile command post was deployed several times in 2015 most notably during the Boston Marathon. In 2013 FrEMA also began another innovative program Smart911, working with a local company Rave. This program gives citizens the ability to share information that will be displayed on the dispatchers screen when the citizen dials 911. This service is free to the citizen and can be accessed at www.smart911.com. On September 16, 2015 FrEMA participated in a functional exercise with Natick public safety officials, State Public Safety Officials and the Natick Collection. The exercise tested our capabilities to respond to a terrorist attack at the Natick Collection. The Director of Frema is Deputy Police Chief Steve Trask with 3 Asst. Emergency Mgt. Directors; Asst. Fire Chief John Magri, Police Lt. Blaise Tersoni and Police Lt. Mike Siaba. Auxiliary Police The 20 dedicated men and women of the Framingham Auxiliary Police completed another outstanding year of service for the community. For the past 73 years, the Auxiliary Police have been an active and vital component of the Police Department. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 114 The Auxiliary Police, under the guidance of Auxiliary Captain Marc Spigel, have a well defined training program in which officers attend an academy for reserve police officers; and are trained in first responder first aid and CPR/AED. Annually the Auxiliary Officers keep their skills and certification current with field and in-service training. The result is a professional Auxiliary Police Organization that stands ready to assist this department. During the year, the Auxiliary Officers volunteer countless hours of their time to help make Framingham a better place to live and work. You can see some of their volunteer efforts in action at community events such as Concerts on the Green, charitable road races, and child safety programs. As part of the Framingham Emergency Management Agency, Auxiliary Police Officers provide assistance at the Emergency Operations Center and emergency shelters as needed, and are trained in the National Incident Management System. Jail Diversion Program During 2015 the Jail Diversion Program evaluated over 600 hundred individuals with mental illness that the police department had come into contact with. Of those several hundred evaluations many had committed arrestable offenses but were diverted away from arrest and into mental health treatment programs. Many of the evaluations would normally have been evaluated at the Emergency Room at Metrowest Medical Center but instead were diverted away and handled by the program’s clinician. Some of the individuals were in fact arrested for their offences but due to their mental health condition received court ordered treatment instead of punitive sanctions. Animal Control Department 50 Western Avenue 508-532-5870 Fax 508-620-4872 Animal.control@framinghamma.gov Staff: Katherine J. MacKenzie, Director of Animal Control, Mass. Municipal Animal Inspector, 23 years of service William C. Sage, Animal Control Officer, Mass. Municipal Animal Inspector, 22 years of service Joseph R. Shepard, PT Animal Control Officer, Mass. Municipal Animal Inspector, 19 years of service The Framingham Animal Control Department is staffed by 2 full-time and 1 part-time Certified Animal Control Officers. The Animal Control Officers provide service to the citizens of Framingham. The Animal Control Officers provide care for the animals held by the department 365 days a year. Animal Control Officers work both in the field and in the office, managing calls for service, complaints and inquiries. Animal Control Officers prepare reports and appear in court as needed. The Animal Control Department does not employ office or kennel staff. The Animal Control Officers are responsible for all aspects of the department. In addition to regular shifts, Animal Control Officers are available for after hour emergencies. Framingham Animal Control Officers work cooperatively with outside agencies such as the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Wildlife, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Police, Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Health, the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Animal Rescue League of Boston. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 115 This year Animal Control Officer, Katherine J. MacKenzie was awarded the Golden Bone of Excellence by the Animal Control Officers Association of Massachusetts. This award was presented to Katherine J. MacKenzie, in recognition of her dedication and efforts to promote professional Animal Control. During 2015, Animal Control Officers fielded and responded to more than 4,300 calls. More than 736 calls regarding wildlife were addressed by the Animal Control Officers. Most often, wildlife calls are concerning possible rabid, injured or nuisance animals. More than 1,083 canine and 298 feline calls were fielded by the department. Other calls addressed by the Animal Control Officers, totaling approximately 2,150 such as kennel inspections, animal quarantines, animal bites, hearing requests, administrative calls, police assists, board of health assists, fire department assists, 45 livestock inspections were addressed by the Animal Control Officers daily. These numbers do not include the calls for service that were made via email. All emergency calls are dispatched directly by the Framingham Police Dispatchers. The Animal Control Officers respond to calls regarding domestic animals, livestock and wildlife. Any domestic mammal which bites a human or another domestic mammal must be quarantined for a period of ten days to determine the risk of rabies transmission. Domestic mammals which come in contact with, or are otherwise exposed to the rabies virus must first be assessed to determine severity of risk. Depending on the vaccination status of the domestic mammal involved, it will be either quarantined or destroyed. The Animal Inspector must ensure that all animals, wild or domestic, which must be tested for rabies, are captured and euthanized. The head must be removed, packaged properly and submitted to the State Rabies Lab for testing. The Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Health appoints the municipal animal inspectors. The primary duty of the Animal Inspector has recently become rabies control in the domestic animal population. Municipal Animal Inspectors are also responsible for livestock inspections and may be called to assist with domestic animal disease quarantines in the event of an outbreak. Livestock inspections are a census of the domestic animal population of the town, be sure that all of the animals appear to be in good health and free from disease and observe animal housing and ensure ample food and water are supplied. The annual livestock census, required by the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Health, is taken by the sworn Animal Inspectors of this department. There are more than 45 different locations that keep livestock and fowl within the Town of Framingham. These inspections covered 458 chickens, 22 goats, 9 turkeys, 41geese and ducks, 12 sheep, 53 horses, 3 ponies, 1 donkey17 alpaca and llama, 1 pig, 1 beef steer, 12 game birds including Guinea hens and peafowl. Respectfully submitted, Katherine J. MacKenzie Director of Animal Control Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 116 FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive| 508-532-5930 Mission Statement: The Framingham Fire Department is an organization of dedicated professionals who are committed to protecting the citizens of Framingham from loss of life and property caused by the ravages of fire, and to respond in a quick and efficient manner to medical emergencies. Through fire prevention education, our mission is to prevent disastrous incidents from occurring and to minimize damage to life, property, and the environment. In addition to fire suppression duties, this Department responds to medical emergencies, hazardous material incidents, water problems, and other calls for assistance. The Fire Prevention Division provides safety education, code enforcement, plan review, and inspections. We are committed to delivering these services through proper staffing strategically placed through the community and to do so in a cost effective manner. PERSONNEL/158 : Firefighter of the Year Awards Chief 1 Assistant Chief 1 Deputies 4 Fire Marshal 1 Assistant Fire Marshal 1 Training Officer 1 Captains 8 Lieutenants 24 Firefighters 108 Civilians 9 Chief Officers Gary T. Daugherty, Chief John C. Magri, Assistant Chief Fire Prevention Joseph C. Hicks, Fire Marshal Joseph Mazzola, Assistant Fire Marshal Jerome Farias, Inspector Richard Zontini, Inspector Training Captain: Mark Leporati, Captain Office Staff: Kelly J. O’Rourke, Office Manager Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 117 The Framingham Fire Department experienced numerous changes in 2015 caused by the retirement/resignation of ten (10) members, four (4) promotions, thirteen (13) new hires and one (1) military deployment. The annual report of the Framingham Fire Department for the year ending December 31, 2015 is as follows: Retirements: Deputy Paul Barbieri Assistant Marshal Randy Smith Firefighter Peter Devito Firefighter David Walker Firefighter James Coppinger Stephanie Hurley (Resigned) Tim Carey (Resigned) Richard Serejczyk (Resigned) Paul Medeiros (Resigned) Sean Kenyon (Resigned) Military Deployments: Firefighter Chris Carvalho New Hires: Firefighter Keith Cashman Firefighter Theo Lima Firefighter Paul Medeiros Firefighter Sean Kenyon Firefighter Peter Mathieu Firefighter Richard Serejczyk Firefighter Cory Pereira Firefighter Jerry Bosworth Firefighter Tim Carey Firefighter Joseph Sylvester Firefighter Keith Rovinelli Firefighter Andrew Rokes Firefighter Rafael Franco Promotions: Deputy Stephen Stone Captain Robert Jones Lieutenant Felix Torres Assistant Marshal Joe Mazzola Total Alarms: The Framingham Fire Department responded to a total of 11,342 emergency calls in 2015. HIGHLIGHTS IN REVIEW: The Framingham Fire Department provides Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to those who live, work and travel through the community. Calendar year 2015 was our busiest year ever. We responded to over 11,342 emergency 9-1-1 calls. 2015 was a remarkable year for the Department, most noteworthy on November 23, 2015, 29 Framingham Firefighters were honored statewide at the Firefighter of the Year Awards receiving various Citations from Governor Charlie Baker for bravery and heroism above and beyond the call of duty. The Governor’s Citations were awarded for actions at 6 Cornell Road where crews rescued a homeowner from his burning house on March 4th; and on June 7th, members saved a victim from an upside down submerged vehicle from a pond on Gates Road. We were successful in obtaining some outside funding through grant awards from the Federal Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program, Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Massachusetts Department of Fire Safety and will continue to seek additional outside revenue sources and Total Emergency Calls 2015 Responses: 2014 Responses: 11,342 9,555 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 118 grants. Some of these grants are listed below:  SAFE-Student Awareness of Fire Educations: $6,300.00 public safety education  MDU-Mobile Decontamination Unit: $3,000.00: training and maintenance of state De-Con Unit The department is fortunate to have firefighters who serve in the Armed Services and the Town and Department provide assistance and support to the families of these military members when they are deployed for active combat duty; many thanks to those who have served on our behalf. The operation of the Fire Department is large and complex. We do more than simply respond to fires, rescues and medical emergencies. Because some of the incidents we encounter are larger or more technical than the resources readily available to the fire department, we work collaboratively with various departments and agencies both in and outside the town. Some of these collaborations include:  Unified Fire and Police Fire Investigation Unit (FIU).  Fire District #14 Regional Technical Rescue Operations.  Fire District #14 Collaborative Dive and Underwater Recovery Unit.  State Wide Hazardous Materials Response.  Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.  Regional Emergency Planning Committee (REPC). With an uncertain economy, we will continue to strive to be even more creative in the way services are delivered, doing more with less while at the same time maintaining the core mission of the department. Fire Prevention Division The Division of Fire Prevention is comprised of a Fire Marshal, Assistant Fire Marshal, two fire inspectors and a licensed fire protection engineer (FPE). To ensure a consistent approach, the fire prevention officers are active members and participants with the Fire Prevention Association of Massachusetts (FPAM), the International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI) and the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services (DFS). To ensure professional standards the staff is certified through the State as fire prevention officers, fire investigators and life safety educators. The Fire Marshal is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the fire prevention office and is on call and available to respond seven days per week “around the clock”. The major areas of responsibility include fire code violation investigations, public safety education, construction submittal plan review, permitting, and fire cause determination. The Fire Marshal serves on the Traffic Roadway Safety Committee, the Technical Review Team, the Code enforcement Task Force and the Interdepartmental Community Support Team. The Assistant Fire Marshal assists with the division’s responsibilities and fills in with the marshal’s absence. The Assistant Fire Marshal works closely with the Fire Protection Engineer in approving plans and permits. He schedules acceptance testing with fire protection contractors, as well as conducting meetings with general Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 119 contractors, engineers and property owners for proposed projects in addition to any problems that arise during construction and final inspection. The Inspectors are responsible for reviewing fire permits and conducting the subsequently required inspections. Acceptance tests are a major area of responsibility in which the fire inspector witnesses the proper operation of fire and life safety systems prior to a new tenant or owner occupying a residential or commercial space. The inspectors are the “boots on the street” promoting and enforcing safety. The Fire Protection Engineer is a key position that works closely with the Town’s Planning and Building Divisions to ensure code compliance in addition to acting a resource to developers, contractors and business owners with complex design, code interpretations and fire protection issues. The FPE is also a valuable resource to responders in mitigating complex fire and hazardous material incidents and in preparation for such. Framingham house fire A major goal of the Framingham Fire Department is to continue with emphasis on prevention, risk reduction and life safety education programs in the community. In addition to hundreds of occupancy inspections, a summary of permit activity in 2015 includes:  1,103 residential smoke detector permits  1,028 fire alarm system permits  552 sprinkle system permits  124 oil burner permits  150 flammable liquid storage permits  86 propane storage permits  75 welding permits  Working at a Night Fire Emergency Medical Services Training: We continue forward with the major changes in EMS. The MASS Emergency Medical Technician (MAEMT) has merged with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). MAEMT no longer records any of the continuing education hours that our members are taking. It is being recorded by the NREMT web site. Massachusetts is only the second State to merge with the requirements from the NREMT. There has been some confusion on how Con Ed hours are being categorized and we are working it through with the NREMT. It is a work in process. Framingham Fire Dept. instructed its members on the use of Naloxone Auto Injector for usage with Heroin Overdose. Through a Grant from the State we have placed 2 sets of these auto injectors on all of our apparatus. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 120 Tourniquets and clotting agents used in major trauma incidents have been donated by the Boston Marathon association and placed on all the apparatus. FireTraining Massachusetts Fire Academy presented to classes using computer simulators for Emergency Vehicle Operation and Fire / “Mayday” scenarios. Extensive training on our “Rapid Intervention Team” (RIT). These skills and procedures are needed when a Firefighter becomes trapped and needs to be rescued. We also use these skills when rescuing Civilians trapped in a building on fire. With the use of Thermal Imaging Cameras (TIC) the process becomes quicker and more efficient, in the case of multiple trapped Civilians and Firefighters. Fire Alarm Division: The Fire Alarm Division is responsible for the general maintenance of traffic signals, controls, the municipal fire alarm system, master boxes, street boxes and underground and aerial cable. Sixteen (16) new master boxes were added in 2015. We now have a total of 943 boxes in service in strategic locations throughout Framingham. Of the 943 boxes, 588 are master boxes that protect individual properties, and 355 are street boxes. In addition to the regular duties of maintaining and installing the fire alarm and communication system, the Fire Alarm Division was also responsible for maintaining and repairing forty-four (44) traffic signals, three (3) 4-way flashing signals, twenty-six (26) school zone signals and two (2) 30mph ‘S’ curve signals. The traffic signals controlling Grant and Clark Streets were removed. The following is a breakdown of traffic signal repairs: 65 calls for traffic signals not working; 13 calls for signal heads turned; 24 calls for re-lamping traffic signals; 150 calls for changing of time, checking preemption, Opticom, repair broken pedestrian buttons, repair knock downs, meetings with contractors digging up roads to mark underground pipes, meetings with contractors doing traffic signal improvements, preventive maintenance and investigations. 21 traffic signals knocked-down in motor vehicle accidents: 10 were reported to the Police Department, 11 were hit and run. The Fire Department is responsible for the cost of replacing these knockdowns. 96 calls for school zone signals not working properly that required time adjustments, new lamps and new clock installations. This also included time adjustments made at the beginning and the end of the school year. The Division installed approximately 4,880 feet of new fire alarm cable for new master boxes and replacement of deteriorated cable. 51 pole transfers for Verizon were completed. The Fire Alarm Division worked jointly with Fire Prevention in reviewing all fire alarm plans submitted to the Department. In addition, the Division attended meetings with contractors for new interior fire alarm installations and master box locations. Both Fire Alarm and Fire Prevention worked together to perform interior fire alarm system inspections in new and existing buildings. Total of 68 meetings Total of 67 plan reviews Total of 50 fire alarm inspections Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 121 The following new master boxes were added in 2015: Box # Location 5232 39 Fredrick Street 5233 43 Frederick Street 5235 76 Grant Street 2631 40 Riverpath Drive 2632 50 Riverpath Drive 2633 60 Riverpath Drive 2634 70 Riverpath Drive 2635 80 Riverpath Drive 2636 90 Riverpath Drive 2637 100 Riverpath Drive 2638 110 Riverpath Drive 2639 120 Riverpath Drive 2641 130 Riverpath Drive 2642 140 Riverpath Drive 537 330 Cochituate Road 486 95 Eames Street Emergency Medical Services American Medical Response (AMR) continues to provide Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to the Town of Framingham. Currently AMR is contracted to provide three Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedic level ambulances. Framingham has experienced a steady rise in medical calls as we responded to 7,447 calls for medical assistance; this is an approximate 10% increase from 2014. AMR provides Basic and Advanced Life Support training to Framingham Fire personnel at no additional cost to the Town of Framingham. I would like to thank the Board of Selectmen, Town Manager, Town Meeting Members and Committees and the residents for the continued support that has been given to the Fire Department. Respectfully Submitted, Gary T. Daugherty, Sr., Chief Framingham Fire Department Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Save Lives Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 122 FRAMINGHAM HEALTH DEPARTMENT 31 Flagg Drive, Room D15| 508-532-5470 |health@framinghamma.gov The mission of the Health Department is to protect, promote, and preserve the health and wellness of all Framingham residents. Under the policy direction of an appointed Board of Health, the department staff assesses the public health needs of the Framingham community. The staff addresses those needs by enforcing state and local public health and environmental health regulations and by providing public health nursing services, health promotion activities, emergency preparedness and response planning, community health outreach and education, and by reducing environmental health hazards. The Board of Health consists of three members that are appointed for three year consecutive terms by the Board of Selectmen. This year we were delighted to welcome Laura T. Housman to the Board of Health. We are thankful for the dedicated service of Nelson H. Goldin as he stepped down from the Board after 17 years of service. The Health Department staff is comprised of a Director of Public Health, Chief of Community Health, Chief Environmental Health Officer, four full-time Sanitarians, a part-time Sanitarian, Public Health Nurse, Community Intervention Specialist, Community Health Worker, Environmental Site Assessment Officer, Office Manager, and an Administrative Assistant. The Health Department conducts numerous mandated inspections throughout the year according to local and state mandates. These inspections include but are not limited to, food establishments, housing, body art establishments, tanning establishments swimming pools whirlpools, beach testing, Bottled water regulations, Biotechnology regulations, Recreational Camps, Title 5 (onsite waste water) plan review and field inspections, tobacco control, 21 E hazardous waste inspections, animal permitting, South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) group home and hotel and motel inspections. On occasion, the Health Department must hold show cause administrative hearings and prepare cases for resolution in District Court. There were a total of 928 initial inspections performed in 2015. Re-inspections are required for many of the inspections and orders to correct, letters of no violation, and/or letters of abatement are issued for all complaints. An additional facet of the Health Department’s work involves complaint investigation, including, but not limited to, solid waste, dust, odors, noises, rodents/vector control and general neighborhood conditions. The department has a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) serving as its Environmental Site Assessment Officer, to study onsite hazardous waste site conditions at the Framingham General Chemical Corporation, Mary Dennison Park, and other hazardous waste sites in town. Through the work of this Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 123 employee, the town was able to advocate for additional onsite environmental assessment activities to be conducted in order to ensure that sufficient data is garnered to assure that optimal assessment of onsite conditions are made. This will help assess the level of treatment, additional monitoring and remediation that is needed to address onsite contamination. The Environmental Site Assessment Officer also assists the Health Department, Town Manager and the Community and Economic Development Department with ongoing 21E sites assessments in town in order to determine current site conditions, assess needed remediation work and best available technology required to address various environmental health concerns. In 2015 the Health Department drafted and implemented new Bodywork Regulations. The scope of these regulations is broad and includes many aspects, which if not particularly regulated could endanger the community with the risk of prostitution, human trafficking and disease transmission. Additional regulatory and educational programs in the planning phase include a Pre- Construction Rodent Abatement regulation, Hazardous Material Registration, Food Establishment Person in Charge (PIC) training, Swimming Pool Certificated Pool Operator refresher training, Choke Safe training, Tanning Establishment Operator training, and Body Art Establishment Operator training. The Heath Department staff is also very active in addressing community and public health crisis issues such as hoarding and opioid abuse. The Health Department worked in conjunction with the East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project (EMMCP) in planning larviciding, adulticiding, aerial applications, and surveillance activity throughout the town. The Health Department reviews numerous Planning Department Site plans in conjunction with other municipal department including but not limited to Fire, Conservation. Police, Building and Economic and Community Development Department. The Health Department reviews these plans and provides comments regarding hazardous waste containment, noise, odor mitigation, the need for Food Establishment permitting, Title V - onsite waste water (review) and complete streets. The Town of Framingham, Northborough, Marlborough and Hudson Planning Departments, Public Works and Health Departments partner in the regional Mass in Motion and Complete Streets grant initiative. These initiatives are aimed at increasing physical activity, healthy dinning and access to walking and bike paths with scheduled improvements to streets and sidewalks in order to improve transportation and pedestrian mobility. These initiatives have been deemed to be crucial to the development of needed programs and interventions that have been identified in the MetroWest Regional Community Health Assessment which include but are not limited to, transportation and prevention of obesity. The Health Department was also the recipient of the Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund (PWTF) Grant. The PWTF grant earns the Health Department over $140k per year for three years. The PWTF is a collaborative of four municipal health departments (Hudson, Northborough, Marlborough, and Framingham) and many community stakeholders known as the Metrowest Partnership (MWP). As one of only eight (8) grantees, the MWP Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 124 will continue to be at the forefront of National Prevention efforts in Asthma, Hypertension, Elder Falls, and Tobacco Use Cessation. The Health Department in conjunction with the Fire, Police, Building and various municipal officials, conduct monthly general nuisance surveys of areas neighborhoods in order to address the concern of area residents regarding traffic, quality of housing stock and general nuisance conditions. These “neighborhood walks” establish communication channels establishment with area residents via scheduled neighborhood community health meetings. If necessary enforcement actions include but not limited to, non- criminal ticketing and court complaints are initiated to ensure compliance with local nuisance regulations and state health building codes. Public Health Nursing Services 2015: Nursing Hours are 8:30 – 5 Monday through Friday with clinic hours daily 8:30-9:30am, 4-5 pm (last patient seen at 4:45). Nursing Services include the following •Immunizations: Outbreak control, childhood, adult, public and school required. •Food-borne Illness Investigation •Vaccine Specific Clinics (Pertussis, Pneumonia, Hepatitis, Tetanus) •Communicable Disease Investigation (Prevention/Control/Containment/Resto ration) •TB Screening (high risk, recent exposure, new arrivals) •TB Case Management for Active Tuberculosis cases and general oversight of Latent TB infected individuals. •Public Influenza Clinics •Immigrant & Refugee Health record reviews •Camp Inspections (Health records and health lodges/stations) •Lead Level Screenings: children only •Employee Wellness Promotion, First Aid and vaccinations. •Pandemic Response Team / Medical Reserve Corps Communicable Disease: The Public Health Nurse provides disease investigation, surveillance and case management/containment with early and vital interventions for all communicable diseases, cluster or outbreak illnesses including disease tracking and trends in accordance with 105 CMR 300.000. In 2015, there were 660 reports of reportable diseases representing a 19.3 percent increase from 2014. All infectious TB cases are monitored at home by the Public Health Nurse to ensure their compliance and tolerance to the TB medication until they are no longer infectious. The Public Health Nurse monitors, trains and prepares a response for local, regional, state, national and global emerging disease threats such as Ebola and Zika Virus. Immunizations: Approximately 4500 doses of vaccine were given at clinics, office visits, high-risk/outbreak control settings and employee health representing a 12.5% increase from 2014. Influenza: Approximately 3000 influenza, pneumonia, tetanus, and whooping cough vaccinations were provided in 2015-2016 season. This is a 25% increase from 2015 and attributed to a Framingham Health Department #Flu Fighters social media campaign. Medical Reserve Corps (MRC): The Framingham MRC operates under the administration of the Board of Health who are trained and ready to respond to emergencies in the community. MRC members participated in multiple Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 125 trainings, provided health information at local fairs and farmers markets. As part of the emergency preparedness funding requirements, MRC volunteers and Board of Health Staff took part in drills related to emergency preparedness, shelter management and helped staff all the Town’s flu clinics. The Framingham MRC was put on Stand-By 3 times in 2015. Districts/Region: The Framingham MRC is part of health and Homeland Security Region 4A. MRC volunteers work under the direction of local health and safety officials, and in collaboration with other local emergency response programs. National: Framingham is a sentinel community for the CDC (Center for Disease Control) for Emergency Preparedness and response. The nurse would like to recognize the contributions of the following: Dr. Harveen Singh, Dr. Shahla Asvadi, our civilian volunteers in the Medical Reserve Corps, Framingham Public and Private School Nurses, the leadership in Region 4A and the Department of Public Health: Infectious Disease and Emergency Preparedness Bureaus. In closing, the Health Department and Board of Health were very happy to see the reunification of the Health Department staff and were excited to welcome a new Director of Public Health in December. We are all thankful to the Town Manager and Town Meeting for their support. Respectfully submitted, Michael Blanchard Director of Public Health INSPECTIONAL SERVICES Memorial Building, Room 203| 508-532-5500 |building.dept@framinghamma.gov For 2015 the Inspectors, Administrators and Code Enforcement Inspectors within the Inspectional Services Department have had another very active year providing quality customer service and effective solutions toward resolving citizen concerns. The focus of the Department continues to be a high quality of public service by responding to concerns as they arise, to follow up on previous concerns, maintain a record of property activities reviewed by inspectors and investigators and be responsive to consumer protection. STAFF: Michael A. Tusino, Director James Murphy, Local Inspector Fred Bray, Deputy Commissioner Mark Shahood, Plumbing-Gas Inspector Ed Hicks, Electrical Inspector Christopher Canney, Plans Examiner Suellen Seta, Sign Officer Dave Keniry, Nuisance Officer Paul L.M. Kelley, Code Enforcement Michael McCarthy, Code Enforcement Nathan Maltinsky, Local Inspector Joan Stephenson, Code Enforcement Joanne Panarelli, Code Enforcement Danielly Morais-Fonseca, Office Manager Shirley Tibbert, Administrative Assistant James Demeo, Administrative Assistant Mark Dempsey, Access Compliance Insp. FY 2016 Operating Budget: $1,000,386.00 Calendar 2015 Fees Collected: $2,690,418 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 126 The mission of the Building Department is to provide knowledge and service regarding local, state, and federal codes and standards in a manner which supports our commitment to the safety of our public and to the integrity of the department. We willingly participate in programs of continuing education to keep our staff informed of the latest technology and requirements within the building trades industry as well as customer service and computer literacy. The year of 2015 was another record year with regard to permit activity. I refer to the attached 5 year report which reflects a repeat of last year. Please note this increased work was accomplished without the addition of any new staff. The office staff processed 3541 Building Permits, 2185 Plumbing & Gas Permits, and 2125 Electrical Permits as well as the general administrative day to day duties. Our Plans Examiner processed over 2950 plans and documents. The Plumbing-Gas Inspector and Electrical Inspector averaged 13 to 15 inspections per day and also responded to an average of 1-2 after hour calls per week from the Fire and or Police Department. The two Building Inspectors averaged 12- 15 inspections per day each and also conducted over 100 Liquor License inspections from November 1st thru December 31st. Both inspectors responded to an average of 1-2 after hour calls per week from the Fire and or Police Departments. Code Enforcement inspectors worked on 761 cases of which more than 80% involved housing. The report illustrates that the inspectors addressed 16 illegal rooming houses, 36 illegal apartments and monitored 77 foreclosed properties. Our Code Enforcement Task Force has recently teamed up with the Attorney General’s Abandoned Housing Initiative to help out with abandoned properties. We also received a CDBG funded grant for $61,500 for code enforcement activities. Sign permitting and enforcement were at record levels for 2015. 101 illegal signs were brought into compliance by the Sign Officer and 259 new signs were permitted in strict accordance with the Sign By-law. I would like to thank all the Town of Framingham officials, and departments that we have worked with during the course of the year. We at the Building Department appreciate the knowledge and professionalism exhibited town wide. I am pleased to extend my sincere congratulations and gratitude to Mark Hughes our Plans Examiner, on his retirement. Mark has had a distinguished 28 year career in Building Code Enforcement, the last 12 here in Framingham. In closing, I extend a special THANK YOU to the entire Building Department staff whom I have truly appreciated working with during this past year. Our group worked extremely hard to handle the increase in work this year without the help of additional staff. Respectfully submitted, Michael A. Tusino Michael A. Tusino, CBO Director/Building Commissioner The following is a list permit activities for the calendar year of 2015 with a Five Year Activity Summary: Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 127 Five Year Record of Building Activity in Framingham Number of Permits Issued 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Single Family Dwellings 14 14 23 39 59 Two Family Dwellings 0 3 2 12 24 New Buildings 6 2 2 6 34 Alterations & Additions 985 1,190 1,345 1,690 2,860 Miscellaneous 1,303 1,108 1,112 1,310 564 Total Building Permits 2,308 2,317 2,484 3,057 3,541 Valuation on Permits 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 New Residential 2,491,545 3,055,025 5,280,045 10,505,624 19,326,072 New Commercial 12,374,30 0 1,185,000 570,000 19,542,914 46,534,855 All Others 58,933,37 7 47,260,77 9 65,985,02 7 131,467,404 91,650,533 Total Valuations 73,799,22 2 51,500,80 4 71,835,07 2 161,515,942 157,511,46 0 Fees Received and Turned Over to General Fund 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Building Permits 1,012,226 714,043 975,228 2,057,445 2,163,467 Sign Permits 16,154 14,674 16,202 17,325 15,719 Wire Permits 137,297 151,616 183,512 298,789 249,523 Plumb.& Gas Permits 124,561 137,628 162,521 208,712 220,874 Occupancy Permits 5,780 6,100 7,960 12,845 12,100 Certificates (110) 33,650 28,285 54,310 24,520 28,735 Miscellaneous 0 Sign License Fees 138 Total Fees 1,329,806 1,052,346 1,399,733 2,619,636 2,690,418 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 128 WEIGHTS AND MEASURES Memorial Building, Room 203| 508-532-5470 | 508-532-5790 (fax) |ers@framinghamma.gov In compliance with Section 34, Chapter 98, General Laws of the Commonwealth, I am submitting my annual report of the Department of Weights & Measures for the year ending December 31, 2015. The Weights & Measures Department is required by state statute to inspect all weighing and measuring devices in the Town of Framingham each calendar year. In 2015, the Department inspected 1868 weighing and measures devices, including scanning audits. The Department collected $49,782 in inspection and sealing fees during 2015. This surpasses the revenue for the 2013 year. The Department issued 16 civil citations and 42 late fee violations in calendar year 2015, for the following: pricing errors (scanning), unsealed scales & gasoline meters. The total violations and late fees amounted to $16,605 for the calendar year of 2015. The non-criminal average fine was $897. The Department had NO cases in Framingham District Court (criminal) for overcharging consumers. The Department saved consumers and businesses in Framingham into the thousands of dollars by conducting both mandated and spot inspections during 2015 in addition to the fees, fines and late fees collected for the Town. Errors found and corrected resulted in sufficient savings to consumers. The Department checked 9432 items in local retail stores to ensure that they scanned correctly. The Department found that 94.5% were priced correctly, 1.5% was underpriced and 4% was overpriced. This was not an improvement over the previous years but shows that our education and inspection program is working. The Department investigated 24 consumer complaints during the year. In 2015 it was the One Hundredth year of the National Conferences on Weights & Measures in which the Town of Framingham is a member. Massachusetts has NOT missed one conference in this time frame. I want to thank Mr. Michael A. Tusino, the Director/Building Commissioner, the Town's part-time Weights & Measures Inspector, Mr. Edward R. Gentili, and the Office Manager of Inspectional Services, Ms. Danielly Morais-Fonseca and her staff for all their help and assistance. Respectfully Submitted, Edward R. Seidler Sealer of Weights & Measures Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Safety & Health 129 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Admin. Offices - Memorial Building, Room 213 508-532-5600 |508-872-5616 (fax) |Public.Works@framinghamma.gov ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORTATION DIVISION The Engineering and Transportation Division is responsible for the planning, design and construction of capital roadway and utility infrastructure projects; maintaining compliance with various State and Federal programs such as National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II Stormwater; managing the Town’s Street and Trench Opening Permit programs; reviewing development and redevelopment plans to ensure roadway and utility changes conform to the Town’s construction standards; and inspecting modifications and expansions to the roadway, water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure. The Division also provides technical expertise to the operational divisions of Public Works; other Town Departments; various Boards, Committees and Commissions; maintains an extensive Geographical Information System (GIS); and is the custodian of a large collection of historical paper plans and documents. During the year, more than 22,000 linear feet of water, wastewater and stormwater mains were installed or replaced in locations including the Coburnville neighborhood, Concord Street, Granite Street, Herbert Street, Hollis Street, Irving Street, Loring Drive, Main Street, Maple Street, Moulton Park Road and Riverpath Drive. A 1,000,000 gallon concrete water storage tank off Edmands Road was taken out of service and rehabilitated. This was one of two tanks servicing the Beebe pressure zone in the northwest corner of Town. The other tank was replaced in 2014. The Division also supported Eversource Energy’s electrical upgrade project in the Downtown Area. This project included the installation of 20 concrete vaults and approximately 3,800 linear feet of conduit. Significant coordination was required between this project and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s (MassDOT) ongoing roadway improvements in the same heavily travelled corridor. Paul G. Barden, Deputy Director of Public Works 508-532-6053 William R. Sedewitz, Chief Engineer 508-532-6012 Diane Conner, Deputy Director of Administrative Services 508-532-5611 Blake Lukis, Director of Water and Wastewater 508-532-6052 Daniel S. Nau, Director of Highway & Solid Waste 508-532-6032 Fred J. Davies, Director of Fleet, Facilities & Communications 508-532-6073 Jerry Carchedi, Director of Administration & Finance 508-532-5620 Robert D. McArthur, Conservation Administrator 508-532-5462 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 130 Roadway and transportation improvement projects overseen were the Belknap Road and Flanagan Drive crosswalk, Coburnville Roadway and sidewalk reconstruction project, Concord Street at School Street improvements project, Dudley Road crosswalk, Edgell Road near Whiting Road Aqueduct crossing, Elm Street at the Weston Aqueduct crossing, Water Street roadway and safety improvements, Waverly Street crosswalk at the commuter rail station and the Winch Street and Millwood Street traffic calming projects. The Concord Street at School Street improvements project and the Water Street roadway and safety improvements collectively improved the safety, visual impact and walkability of the Saxonville area. The Division also worked with the developer of the Danforth Green project to secure a $1,000,000.00 MassWorks Infrastructure Grant to make utility and transportation improvements to Riverpath Drive. That project was successfully completed this year. The Division continued to coordinate with MassDOT to advance several construction projects: the largest project began in 2014 in the Downtown area and is expected to continue through 2016, the Central Street Bridge in Saxonville, Route 9 Bridge over the Foss Reservoir Outlet and the Winter Street Bridge over the railroad near Keefe Technical School. Multiple utility and transportation design projects were also advanced or completed. Utility project designs included sewer capacity improvements downstream of the Technology Park; elimination of the Worcester Road sewer pump station; water and sewer improvements along the Union Avenue corridor; rehabilitation of the Goodnow Lane Water Pump Station; replacement of several neighborhood sewer pump stations including Eastleigh, Flanagan, Hancock, John McQuinn, Little Farms and Shawmut; water and sewer improvements along Elmfield Road and Hop Brook; and water improvements on Cochituate Road and Speen Street. Transportation project work included the continued design of the Union Avenue roadway improvements; Dennison Crossing traffic improvements; interdepartmental collaboration regarding bike lane assessment; and mitigation improvements for private development including the traffic signal and intersection improvements on Concord Street at Hartford Street as well as on Old Connecticut Path at Speen Street. The Division advanced programmatic issues centric to the Town’s stormwater management system and has joined the Central Massachusetts Regional Stormwater Coalition (CMRSWC), a group of communities working together to more effectively manage municipal stormwater and to meet the requirements of the EPA’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The Division reviewed and submitted comments to the EPA on the draft 2014 Massachusetts MS4 permit; continued water quality monitoring and sampling at approximately 15% of the Town’s outfalls; investigated ten potential illicit discharges; and undertook several public education events. The Division also led efforts that resulted in a grant award of $157,000.00 to the Town to improve a natural resources habitat along Beaver Dam Brook in southeast Framingham and participates in the Town’s Multiple Hazard Mitigation Planning efforts. The Division continued to provide Town GIS support including the Town Assessor Department’s most significant update of Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 131 the assessor’s maps in decades that remapped and renumbered the entire parcel dataset for simplicity and ease of use. The GIS staff also provided data and coordinated the acquisition of expanded mapping information for the Town website and initiated a process to streamline the GIS-based work order system. Lastly, the Division conducted 1,630 total inspections primarily of private work within the right-of-way or involving public infrastructure. These inspections ranged from single family residence water/sewer connections to large scale projects such as private utility gas main installations or private development at the Planned Unit Development (PUD). The permitting work included 576 Street Opening Permits, 252 Trench Opening Permits, 37 Public Way Access Permits and review of 254 plan submissions. The survey staff conducted 38 large survey projects, 94 sideline surveys and 24 assessor splits. HIGHWAY DIVISION The Highway Division is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Town’s roadways, sidewalks, stormwater utilities and public shade trees. Pavement Management Program Roadway projects consist of the replacement or upgrade of roadways and appurtenances for adherence to current regulatory guidelines and directives as well as new pavement markings, street signs, sidewalks, granite and bituminous curbing, wheelchair ramps and curb-cut control measures. During the year, road rehabilitation on 24 centerline miles of roadway; maintenance and replacement of defective guardrails; emergency repairs; preventive maintenance; and the filling of approximately 11,500 potholes took place. The Division continued to integrate and manage the use of specialized contracted equipment with in-house resources. The development of the Annual Roadway Program has led to greater cost control, quality control and accountability while performing repair work on defective roadways. Snow and Ice Management Program Snow and ice operations are one of the most important public safety responsibilities. No activity performed by a Town has more uncontrollable factors or greater impact on the community than the proper handling of snow and ice events. Factors including weather, amount of snowfall, rate of snowfall, duration of storm and type of precipitation have to be considered; and impact on resources and costs, including manpower, equipment and materials must be appropriately managed. The Division is responsible for providing safe roadways and sidewalks both during and after snow, ice and other weather related events. This effort involves the plowing and treating of 550 lane miles of public roadway, 45 municipal parking facilities, 84 miles of sidewalks and public pathways, 218 crosswalks, 190 cul-de-sacs, 11 school paths, 31 school crossing-guard stations and all student drop-off areas. The Division also distributes and fills 50 sand barrels located on hills throughout Town for residents use. The Division has integrated the Town’s GIS with an Incident Command Structure to manage each event. In addition, the Division installed global positioning system (GPS) units into plowing equipment. The purpose of this strategic effort is to provide a high level of accountability while applying the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 132 appropriate amount of resources to each weather event. In order to be fiscally responsible, the Division has developed a strategy to focus on main roads with greater speeds and higher traffic volumes, while utilizing a measured response on secondary roads making them safe and passable. All Town spreader trucks are equipped with a computerized distribution system that operates according to ground speed to insure the uniform distribution of de-icing materials. Stormwater Management Program The stormwater system consists of more than 200 miles of surface and subsurface drainage systems, 12,000 catch basin and manhole structures and more than 900 drainage outfalls. Construction projects completed by the Division and contracted personnel include the installation of 928 linear feet of new drain line and 7 new stormwater structures on Auburn Street, Beaver Street and Newbury Street; and the repair or adjustment of 458 drainage structures. The Division continues the practice of monthly inspections in a proactive drainage structure maintenance program. During 2015, 48,136 linear feet of drainpipe was televised and cleaned. The removal of sand and debris from the Town’s catch basins and manholes remains an operational priority each year. In an effort to minimize the amount of sand entering and further diminishing the capacity of the system, the Division has continued strict control practices for the use of de-icing materials during the winter months. In addition, an aggressive, town- wide street and sidewalk cleaning program is performed annually in the spring to remove as much sand as possible. An overnight sweeping of the streets and sidewalks in the Downtown Business District minimizes the entry of materials into the system and provides a cleaner environment. The deficiencies in the stormwater systems throughout the Town are a major cause of unscheduled overtime and emergency repair cost incurred by the Town. In order to maintain compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems Phase II Stormwater Permit, a vigorous year-long effort is made to clean all of the catch basins utilizing both Division personnel and contracted services, to remove silt, sand, and debris annually. Storm drain cleaning continually results in a significant list of necessary repairs as the inspection process progresses. Once the catch basins have been cleaned, approximately 1,000 tons of catch basin debris will be hauled to an accepted facility utilizing Town equipment and personnel. The Division is awaiting the execution of a new contract to facilitate the cleaning of approximately 8,500 catch basins. Beaver Dam Brook and Hop Brook continue to be significant operational challenges as even a modest rain event can cause the brooks to surcharge at the many culvert headwalls in both South Framingham and the Gregory Road and McAdams areas of North Framingham. For this reason, the Division has installed automated monitoring sensors that alert staff to high water levels. The maintenance, inspection and operation of the Town’s Saxonville flood levee system consisting of 2,550 feet of earth dikes, 1,340 feet of concrete flood walls, 1,000 feet of channel realignment, a pumping station, interior drainage and vehicular flood gate also fall under the responsibility of the Division. Traffic Systems Management Program The Division manages the maintenance, Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 133 fabrication and placement of the Town’s regulatory, advisory and street signage; steel-beam safety guardrails; installation of new and annual maintenance of existing pavement markings; as well as the work zone safety program for Division operations. Other responsibilities include the advance planning of roadway traffic management during infrastructure improvements; posting street-by-street “no parking” signage to efficiently advance the street sweeping and snow removal operations; installing and or replacing hundreds of regulatory and advisory signs either by direction of the Board of Selectmen, the Traffic Roadway Safety Committee or as required through routine maintenance practices; responding to Police, Fire and other safety roadway related issues requiring emergency traffic management; and assistance for scheduled events like the Boston Marathon. The annual contract and painting of 85 miles of yellow centerline, 104 miles of white edge line, over 726 crosswalks, 792 stop bars and 374 arrows throughout the Town was also managed by the Division. Tree Warden & Forestry Management The Town was named a Tree City USA again in 2015 for the 24th consecutive year. The Division is responsible to promote, preserve and enhance the shade tree environment of the community through the application of best management practices and public education campaigns; provide maintenance management for the Town’s estimated 12,000 public shade trees; and for the development of a Public Shade Tree program for the community. The Division plans an annual Arbor Day celebration and several private contractors donate their time and resources to this successful event. This year the event was held in conjunction with the Park and Recreation Department at Farm Pond. Statutory requirements to maintain minimum clearance over the 550 lane mile roadway network is a primary and recurring function of the Division. During the year, 33.5 miles of pruning was completed to provide clearance and safe travel lanes. The Town’s shade trees require routine maintenance so that they do not become a public liability. The tree crew performs monthly surveys to determine hazardous and diseased trees and takes action to minimize damage; responds during severe weather events; as well as provide cleanup and removal of storm debris. The Tree Warden conducts frequent hazardous tree assessments, prescribes treatment, oversees removals and participates in public hearings on issues related to trees within the right of way. The Division routinely responds to residents’ inquiries and requests for tree related services. During 2015, personnel removed 47 dead, diseased and/or hazardous street trees and responded to 107 emergency removals as a result of storm-related tree damage impacting roads or other public properties. Vegetation Management Program The Division oversees the Town’s vegetation management program that is permitted annually by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources Pesticide Bureau. This program allows the Division to apply best management practices for the control of curbside vegetation that otherwise would grow uncontrollably and require the commitment of substantial and sustained labor to control unwanted growth. A landscape crew maintains approximately 80 locations in Town requiring mowing, mulching, weeding and watering on a consistent basis. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 134 SANITATION DIVISION The Division is responsible for managing the Town’s solid waste; overseeing the curbside solid waste and recycling programs; containerized collections at condominiums and municipal facilities; as well as the Recycling Drop-Off Center (RDC) on Mount Wayte Avenue and the Yard Waste Drop-Off on Dudley Road. The Division fielded requests from residents to exchange their recycling carts to a larger size, totaling 417 exchanges, drop-offs, or other issues resolved. Approximately 6,725 permits were sold providing resident’s access to the Drop- Off Centers. In addition to the hazardous and difficult to manage wastes collected at the RDC, the center collected 600 tons of recyclables. Through fees collected for services and marketing of the recyclables, $191,811.52 was generated in 2015 for the General Fund. In January 2016, the Division increased resident sticker costs for the first time since 1992. The Division managed the collection of refuse and recycling from 15,037 stops including the tipping of over 35,000 recycling and refuse carts per week. Curbside recyclables collected totaled 5,035 tons. Planning for the July transition to automated trash collection to provide better cost control and eliminate bagged refuse included the thorough evaluation of property listings, reorganization of daily routes and extensive employee training. In June, the Division distributed trash carts Town-wide to residents in preparation of the program. During and after the transition, the Division distributed educational materials, worked closely with residents to inform them of the program guidelines and managed enforcement of the Town’s solid waste policy. Through educational outreach efforts, 610 trash cart exchanges have been facilitated. Eliminating the need for employees to manually collect refuse on the back of a truck has decreased the potential for workplace injuries. Additionally, carts are equipped with a radio frequency identification system (RFID) allowing the Town to track what address that each cart is assigned to and how often and what time of day they are serviced. This continues to be a valuable tool for the Town to maintain contractor accountability to ensure the proper delivery of service has been performed. The Division works aggressively to research and develop new techniques in managing waste that cut costs, improve efficiency and further develop the Town’s recycling programs. Some of these approaches include:  Planning and preparations to assume responsibility for the automated curbside collection of recyclable materials. Once the Division’s five year contract for recycling collection expires in June 2016, it will begin to perform the collection with in-house resources. This will allow for more control, accountability and better customer service.  Continuing to facilitate competitive bidding on solid waste contracts to save money and improve services.  Attainment of additional waste reduction grants from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) such as the recently awarded MassDEP Sustainable Materials Recovery Program Grant. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 135  Monitoring school recycling programs that use reusable trays and silverware in their cafeterias that eliminate the need for disposable polystyrene trays. Participating schools are Brophy Elementary, McCarthy Elementary and Woodrow Wilson Elementary.  Continuing the sale of natural mulch and compost to homeowners and landscapers at reduced rates. This helps to reduce disposal costs, raise additional revenues for the Town and create a full circle recycling loop. These materials are provided at no cost to other Town Departments allowing them significant financial savings. The Division has provided these materials for various Town projects such as at the Recycling Drop-Off Center itself, as a soil amendment in athletics fields, landscaping at Town-owned buildings and other various roadway projects throughout Town.  Monthly public education events and programs are offered to residents at no additional cost and include Household Hazardous Waste Day, which drew close to 200 vehicles; Earth Day Celebration; Town-wide Green-Up Day; and two of our most popular events; the Shred Fest (secure confidential document shredding) and the Electronics Take Back Day. While allowing the Town to properly recycle and dispose of thousands of pounds of discarded electronics, Electronics Take Back Day has allowed the Town to donate non-perishable food items to United Way Tri-County Food Pantry located in Framingham as participating residents are encouraged to make a non-perishable donation. WATER AND WASTEWATER DIVISION The Division is responsible for the distribution of a public potable water supply and the provision of fire suppression service to Framingham’s 18,000 residential and commercial users as well as a wastewater collection service for the 70,000 residents of the Town. An average daily water demand of nearly 7 million gallons per day is purchased from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) and then distributed through a complex system of pumps, pipes, valves, and reservoirs. The Division also provides for the maintenance and repair to the water distribution infrastructure that includes: 275 miles of pipe, 18,000 service connections, 2,000 hydrants, 4,800 gate valves, 22,000 meters, 4 pumping stations, 3 booster stations and 6 above ground water tanks having a storage capacity of nearly 9 million gallons. Wastewater responsibilities include the collection and transport of 5-10 million gallons of wastewater each day, a significant portion of which during peak periods is wastewater flow infiltration and inflow from sources such as leaking pipes and sump pump discharges during wet weather. The Town’s wastewater collection system consists of 226 miles of gravity mains, 18 miles of force mains, 44 pump stations, 6,600 manholes and over 40 miles of cross-country sewer-line easements. Wastewater is conveyed from the Town to the MWRA, which is charged with the transport and treatment of wastewater from its forty-three member communities. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 136 Capital improvement programs have been substantially under-funded in recent decades, and, as a consequence, critical infrastructure has experienced ever increasing incidents of failure. The infrastructure continued to grow and expand over time, but the funding did not keep pace with capital needs. As a consequence, the Division was historically engaged solely in performing unscheduled maintenance and was unable to devote resources to perform critical preventative maintenance to the system. This is underscored by the issuance of an Administrative Consent Order (ACO) and Notice of Noncompliance by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MADEP) during 2007. The ACO requires the Town to undertake major sewer construction and rehabilitation projects over several years with the primary focus of alleviating reoccurring sanitary sewer overflows, a violation of State and Federal law. The last specifically identified project from the ACO was completed on schedule before the end of 2013. The ACO included several other requirements including increased staffing levels, major equipment purchases, implementation of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to remotely monitor and control pumping stations and strict reporting requirements. The Division is awaiting DEP’s review of the Sump Pump Elimination Plan that will likely result in additional enforcement action. In recent years, a professional and knowledgeable workforce has been developed. This has provided an opportunity to identify and fully carry out capital projects of limited scope from design through construction using in- house staff. This practice not only provides the Town with a significant cost savings over contracting for these services, but is used as a tool for continually training our employees. This year, approximately 2,130 feet of water and/or wastewater infrastructure was replaced using this approach on Central Street, Church Street, Dyer Street and Kendall Lane. The Division also faces the continuing challenges of managing a second Administrative Order originally issued by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority in 2003. The MWRA Settlement Agreement limits the level of sulfide that the Town is authorized to discharge to the MWRA system through operational efforts. Sulfide generation can cause odor and corrosion problems in sewers, which sometimes can be catastrophic. Activities performed to mitigate the generation of sulfide include: chemical dosing at selected wastewater pumping stations; targeted collection system cleaning and inspection; and enforcement of grease interceptor requirements at food establishments. A major cause of sulfide is the wastewater detention time associated with the large number of pumping stations and miles of associated sewer force main piping. During the past five years, the number of pumping stations has been reduced from 50 to 44 as part of the capital program. In addition to construction activities, excavations required for repair of over 313 water system failures and 134 sewer system failures and; 2,300 first response calls for customers in need of immediate assistance were performed. The Division also completed closed-circuit TV (CCTV) video inspection of over 94,000 linear feet of sewer pipe where the conditions were documented using a remotely controlled camera unit that traveled through the pipe. The inspection process revealed areas of the system that have actual or Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 137 potential problems that may require repair or replacement. Annually, the Division collects drinking water samples from 15 homes, which are subsequently analyzed for their lead and copper content. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set the action level for lead in drinking water at 15 parts per billion and copper at 1.3 parts per million, the level that triggers corrective actions to be undertaken by the water supplier. The results of the sampling program have once again successfully met these goals. Lastly, the Division performs approximately 900 bacteriological tests annually to ensure the quality and protection of the Town’s drinking water. The Town maintained continuous compliance throughout the year with the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards related to bacteria testing (Total Coliform Rule). Conservation and Open Space Division The Conservation and Open Space Division is responsible for administering conservation land acquisition; overseeing wetland protection; providing administrative and technical advisement to the Conservation Commission and other Town departments; managing over 400 acres of conservation land; environmental reviews and guidance for environmental projects in support of the Conservation Commission; overseeing the Framingham Stewardship Program; reviewing proposed and on-going municipal, private, commercial and industrial projects; directing the aquatic management program; and providing education and outreach to residents. The Division also conducts site inspections, attends pertinent meetings and represents the Conservation Commission in legal matters. 1. Wetlands Protection Achievements:  Reviewed, for jurisdictional relevance, all applications for 190 inter-departmental reviews (Building Permits, Planning Board Permits, and Zoning Board of Appeals Permits)  Held 25 public meetings to discuss project applications, land management efforts, and public education efforts  Reviewed 33 and permitted 32 Notices of Intent applications with 1 denial due to split vote  Reviewed 2 Abbreviated Notices of Resource Area Delineation and permitted 1  Reviewed 23 and permitted 23 Requests for Determination of Applicability applications  Issued 9 Emergency Certifications  Performed numerous site visits and inspections to gain first-hand information of on-site conditions and verify wetland delineation. The Division continued to oversee active projects from prior years. It issued:  5 Amended Orders of Conditions for project changes  1 Permit Extension  19 Certificates of Compliance  7 Enforcement Orders and numerous Notices of Violation 2. Stewardship Achievements: The Divisions volunteer Stewards continued to maintain Conservation Lands by cutting back vegetation that had Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 138 overgrown onto scenic trails and cleaned up debris and litter. The Stewards also informed staff of any issues with Conservation Land. Bose Corporation provided numerous volunteers for projects town-wide, including a crew that removed two truck- loads of miscellaneous debris from Cedar Swamp. 3. Land Management: The Division started its first ever seasonal land management crew with three seasonal employees paid for by the Town and three from a youth program. The seasonal Conservation crew performed projects including trail clearing and widening at Arthur- Morency Woods, the Carol Getchell Trail and at Cedar Swamp. Some redundant trails were removed at Arthur-Morency. They conducted hazard tree removal and invasive plant management at Macomber Reservation and Arthur-Morency as well as worked on a drainage project at Wittenborg Woods. 4. Open Space Planning: The Division worked with other departments to create a team to identify and prioritize open space parcels. The Open Space Plan was reviewed and finalized by the team. Grants were applied for and secured for land acquisition and ecological restoration. 5. Educational Achievements: The Conservation Division participated in an Earth Day event and conducted an interpretive hike for Riverfest and Macomber Reservation. Staff also participated in professional development workshops and trainings provided by state and nonprofit organizations. 6. Administrative Achievements: The Conservation Commission works closely with Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Planning Board, Building Department and Community and Economic Development to ensure compliance with state and local wetland laws. Conservation Division staff work closely with several local and statewide organizations such as Sudbury Valley Trustees, New England Wildflower Society, Bay Circuit Trail Alliance, SuAsCo, River Stewardship Council, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Massachusetts Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissioners, the Massachusetts Society of Municipal Conservation Professionals, and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to protect the Town's wetland resource areas and open space. FLEET, FACILITIES AND COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION The Fleet, Facilities and Communications Division continues to provide critical support services for vehicle and equipment maintenance support to the Department and other Town agencies. This Division is accountable for: the development and implementation of professional fleet management standards and practices; the design and procurement of all public works vehicles and equipment; and for providing Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 139 standardized maintenance management practices for all public works facilities including water, wastewater and pumping stations. The Division is also charged with the technical management of the telecommunications network that provides a critical service component to the Department’s Emergency Management Response Plan. The Division provides logistical support to the Department through the provision of fully operational equipment, facilities and telecommunications that together, ensure the effective and efficient delivery of essential services to the residents of the community and continues to be one of three major equipment and materials cache sites for the Northeast Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council (NERAC). Fleet Management During the year, the Division researched, designed and prepared specifications for the procurement of the following specialized equipment: one slide-in sander assembly with controls; one backhoe/loader with plow; one 33,000 gross vehicle weight (GVW) construction body truck; one 70,000 GVW Vactor unit; one 18,000 GVW camera truck; two 15,000 GVW cab and chassis trucks with service bodies; five 11,000 GVW cab and chassis with service bodies and plows; and two automated refuse packers with plows. Technician training sessions continued both in-house and off-site, which included Ford training, Comp U Spread sander control training and automated refuse packer training to help keep technicians current with the ever changing industry. The Parts Manager, along with other Fleet Services personnel, has completed the Hoisting Engineer Refresher Course that is mandated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. This past winter was the ninth winter season that a temporary site setup has been utilized by the technicians who are assigned to be on the north side of Town during snow and ice events. This continues to work well in providing the technicians a closer proximity to make repairs while reducing a vehicle’s time out of service that would occur if returning to the Western Avenue facility on the south side of Town. The Division wrote 1,810 repair orders, performed 418 scheduled preventative maintenance services, completed 221 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Enhanced Emissions State Inspections and managed the acquisition and distribution of more than 295,500 gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel. Facility Maintenance This year the Western Avenue fuel site was upgraded to meet the Department of Environmental Protection’s new mandates including a new concrete pad over the fuel storage tanks, upgrading of existing fueling pipe lines and tank fill assemblies and the annual calibration of the fuel pumps were completed. The oil/water separators at Western Avenue and the Mount Wayte Recycling Facility continue to be inspected quarterly and pumped out in compliance with DEP regulations, at a minimum, annually, or sooner, if needed. The Division continued to perform full load tests on the emergency/standby generators at both the Henry Street and Western Avenue facilities. This was done quarterly to insure proper operation along with a semi-annual maintenance program. The annual fire sprinkler inspection was performed at the Mount Wayte Recycling and the Western Avenue Facilities. The first phase of the emergency Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 140 (SCADA) communications network at the Western Avenue Facility was completed in the fall. The second phase of the project began in November and is scheduled to be completed in early 2016. The second phase will be a Point to Point (PTP) Microwave Radio Backhaul Network. This project includes microwave dish sites at Framingham Public Works, Framingham Police Department and Massachusetts State Police headquarters. This will increase network capacity, system reliability, reduce system downtime, and reduce reoccurring telephone line monthly costs. The Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCCP) continue to be reviewed annually to ensure accuracy. This plan is necessary so that guidelines are in place to respond to any type of uncontrolled release of hazardous materials. This plan also includes all of the Town’s pumping stations and the Recycling Facility. Monthly inspections continue at the Watson Place flood station and necessary repairs are performed. ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DIVISION The Administration & Finance Division provides for the consolidation of all Administrative, Financial, and Human Resources functions within Framingham Public Works (FPW) and strives to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of those functions through the use of professional practices. The Division’s core mission is to provide service and technical support to the major Divisions within FPW: Conservation, Engineering, Fleet, Highway, Solid Waste, Water and Wastewater, as well as providing other Town departments with information in a timely and accurate manner. Responsibilities also include managing water and sewer utility billings for the Town; and servicing customers via telephone, mail, email and in-person. The Division issued 71,548 bills in 2015. The majority of Framingham residential customers are billed quarterly for water and sewer usage, while commercial, industrial and high volume customers are billed monthly. Currently, 1,529 of 17,916 customers are enrolled in the Town’s on- line bill payment program. Discount and Utility Abatement Policies are also administered on behalf of the Board of Selectmen, including the new Agricultural Properties provision approved in 2015. The Division coordinates new staff hiring; manages payroll and personnel activities for 170 FPW employees; processes thousands of vendor invoices; manages operating, enterprise, grant, and revolving fund budgets; processes walk-in scheduling requests for sanitation pickups; records fuel inventory activity and generates internal invoices for Town departments who draw fuel from FPW’s Western Avenue fuel pumps; oversees the Drain Layer License renewal process; processes over $100,000 in revenue deposits; and coordinates state and federal reimbursements, including the FEMA- declared snow emergency in January 2015. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Public Works 141 PLANNING BOARD | COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL METROWEST REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY | FRAMINGHAM HOUSING AUTHOR PLANNING BOARD Memorial Building, Room B37| 508-532-5450 |planning.board@framinghamma.gov PLANNING BOARD During the Planning Board (FPB) review process, the FPB works with both applicants and the public to shape developments that minimize negative impacts to the community while accommodating new growth. Such growth provides employment opportunities and a growing tax base to the Town. In 2015, the FPB made substantial progress towards completing the recodification of the Framingham Zoning By-Law, Master Land Use Plan action items, improved project review process, policy development, and implementation of other tasks related to land use. THE BOARD The FPB is comprised of five elected members who reside in the Town of Framingham. From April 10, 2014 to April 9, 2015 the FPB included: Stephanie A. Mercandetti, Chair, Christine A. Long, Vice-Chair, Lewis Colten, Clerk, Thomas F. Mahoney, and Victor A. Ortiz. On April 7, 2015 during Annual Town Election, Stephanie Mercandetti and Thomas F. Mahoney were re-elected for additional three year terms. On April 9, 2015 the FPB reorganized as follows: Christine A. Long, Chair, Stephanie A. Mercandetti, Vice-Chair, Lewis Colten, Clerk, Thomas F. Mahoney, and Victor A. Ortiz. During 2015, the FPB Office was comprised of: Amanda L. Loomis, Planning Board Administrator, Alexander C. Mello, Associate Program Planner, and Sean P. Dugan, Community Outreach Coordinator, and Stephanie Marrazzo, Clerical Assistant. MAJOR PLANNING PROJECT FACTS In the 2015 calendar year, the FPB held 36 meetings and granted 23 project decisions. The FPB considered applications for the following types of projects:  15 Site Plan Reviews;  29 Special Permits;  3 Modification to a previously approved Decision;  1 Extension to a previously approved Decision;  6 Public Way Access Permits;  2 Scenic Roadway Modifications;  19 Approval Not Required (ANR); and  1 Subdivisions/Modification to a Subdivision. QUICK PLANNING FACTS  The average permitting time from the date an application was stamped in with the Town Clerk to the Planning Board’s Decision: 66.57 days (median: 44 days);  The average permitting time from the date of the first public hearing to the Planning Board’s decision: 43.3 days (median: 22 days); Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 142  Average/median number of public hearings held for approved projects: 3.13 public hearings (median: 2 public hearings); and  Average/median number of public hearings held for approved projects, not including public hearings continued without testimony: 2.57 public hearings (median: 2 public hearings).  Total number of jobs created by approved projects:  Construction jobs: 632-682  Full-time jobs: 119  Part-time jobs: 83  Increase in tax revenue generated: $296,362.56  Project development cost: $18,687,501.00 ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS The following zoning amendments and policy requests were approved at the Annual and Special Fall Town Meeting and then approved by the Attorney General. The 2015 Town Meeting Articles include the following: Annual Town Meeting – April 28, 2015  Article 29: Complete Streets Community Designation Acceptance per M.G.L. 90-1  Article 30: Phase II: Recodification of the Framingham Zoning By-Law  Article 31: Transfer of Development Rights By-Law  Article 32: Rezoning of the Framingham Town Centre – Zoning Map Amendment Fall Special Town Meeting – October 20, 2015  Article 10: Central Business District By-Law  Article 11: Rezoning of the Central Business District – Zoning Map Amendment  Article 12: Phase III: Recodification of the Framingham Zoning By-Law MASTER PLAN IMPLEMENTATION The Planning Board will present the status of the Framingham Master Land Use Plan at the 2016 Annual Town Meeting. The Annual Town Meeting status report shall provide an update on the work items completed or to be added to the Planning Board’s work agenda as prescribed by the Master Land Use Plan. Work initiatives from the Master Land Use Plan completed in 2015 include:  5.1.1 Comprehensive Revision to Town Land Use Regulations o Revised and update Section VI. A. and B. Parking Regulations o Revised and update Section VI.F. Site Plan Review o Transfer of Development Rights  5.1.1.5 New Parking Standards  5.1.2.3.3 Downtown Framingham  5.1.2.3.10 Framingham Centre Rezoning  5.1.3 Conservation of Open Space/ Agricultural Lands/Natural and Historic Resources  5.1.4 Transportation o 5.1.4.2 Complete Streets  Adopt Complete Streets Policy  Complete Street Designation, Chapter 90I  5.1.6 Healthy Communities Initiative  5.2.9.1 Downtown Work initiatives from the Master Land Use Plan to be completed in 2016 include:  5.1.1 Comprehensive Revision to Town Land Use Regulations Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 143  5.1.2.3 Target Areas on Corridors Identified for Rezoning: South Framingham, Saxonville and Nobscot Centers, and the Corporate Center and Technology Park  5.1.4.2 Complete Streets: Apply for Complete Street Grant Funding  5.2.4 Housing Strategies – Affordable Housing By-law COLLABORATED WORK EFFORTS o MetroWest Moves: Through the Mass in Motion/Community Transformation Grant, the Town of Framingham worked in collaboration with the communities of Hudson, Marlborough, and Northborough to create and incorporate ‘healthy community’ initiatives into their communities. o Transit Oriented Development – Central Business District: Worked in collaboration with Community & Economic Development and MAPC to develop new zoning for the Central Business District. o Development Handbook and Plan- Build-Grow: Worked in partnership with Town departments to develop an efficient and informative review of projects. o Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan: A collective effort between Community & Economic Development, the Department of Public Works, and Planning Board to develop a plan for future bicycle and pedestrian-way planning. ADMINISTRATION The FPB continued to improve its efforts in public outreach and the sharing of information through the Town’s website and Planning Board Facebook page. The Planning Board has been working to ensure all projects currently under review and archived projects are available on the Planning Board’s webpage for easy accessibility. To learn more about the activity of the FPB and see the full report, visit the Planning Board’s webpage on the Town’s website at www.framinghamma.gov Respectfully submitted, Christine Long, Chair COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIVISION Memorial Building, Room B2| 508-532-5455 |www.ChooseFramingham.com Community and Economic Development 2015 The Community and Economic Development Division (CED) undertakes a wide variety of projects focused on protecting and enhancing the quality of life for Framingham’s residents. The projects are multi-dimensional, ranging from promoting homeownership and strengthening the Town’s tax base to providing policy analyses and pursuing mission-related grants. The Division also promotes the Town as a desirable place in which to live, shop, work, and invest. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 144 The Division consists of three departments: Planning, Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), and Community Development (CD). While each department concentrates on different functions, each coordinates closely with other departments, as well as with other municipal division, boards, and committees. PLANNING DEPARTMENT Memorial Building, Room B-2 (508)532-5455 Planning@framinghamma.gov The Planning Department concentrates on sound planning to promote economic development and support our residential neighborhoods. Planners manage a variety of projects and provide policy analyses for the Town Manager and Board of Selectmen. The Department pursues, and manages mission-related grants while also providing staff support to town committees. The Planning Department coordinates closely with Planning Board staff on all planning issues. Economic Development The Department is committed to encouraging appropriate economic development, to support and expand the tax base and contribute to the fiscal health of the town. The Planning Department also supports the implementation of several plans including the Master Plan, updated by the Planning Board in 2014, the 2013 Open Space Plan, the Housing Plan (2014) and the Strategic Economic Development Plan (EDIC 2015). Appropriate Economic Development The Department targets and promotes the development of major parcels for (re)development throughout town. Staff also engage with businesses with expiring leases, monitor property that is available for sale and lease, respond to questions from individuals and businesses interested in locating in Framingham, and link projects to available property. Staff sit on interdepartmental teams that review proposed development proposals in order to facilitate the project through the various review processes. Staff also serve as a “front door” to Town resources, connecting property owners, existing businesses, and prospective businesses with other municipal departments. Major 2015 Planning Department initiatives include:  Downtown – Central Business District (CB) zoning enhancements enabling Transit Oriented Development (TOD). In October 2015, Town Meeting voted, by overwhelming margins, to approve revisions expanding the CB district and allowing for higher-density, mixed use development. These votes reflected substantial staff preparation, including supervising the completion of an extensive Metropolitan Area Planning Council marketing study, coordinating Roundtable discussions with business, community, and development leaders, and extensive outreach, to educate and learn from Framingham residents and businesses.  MassPike Exit 12 – completed a market research project testing the feasibility of creating a mixed-use transit center supporting the Tech Park and 9/90 Corporate Center. The work informed the drafting of proposed Corporate Mixed Use (CMU) zoning, which was presented to business and community groups in July 2015. MassDevelopment provided partial funding for the project. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 145  MassPike Exit 13 – Continued discussion with Natick and MassDOT on undertaking a study to plan for encouraging growth in this shared commercial center, while also planning for improved MassPike access. Major study work is projected to begin in Fall, 2016.  Southeast Framingham – Began work with MAPC to on a Southeast Framingham Neighborhood Action Plan, to coordinate Town improvements to the Waverly Street/Beaver Street area. The Department and MAPC will complete this study by Spring 2016.  Housing – continued to implement the Town’s Housing Plan. The planning and economic development functions performed by Department staff are closely interrelated with the work of the Economic Development Industrial Corporation (EDIC). Staff and the EDIC collaborate extensively in order to further our shared commitment to promote economic development. Economic Development Industrial Corporation (EDIC). The EDIC is charged with creating a pro-active capacity to execute activities supporting the Economic Development Strategic Plan. Based in part on the Economic Development Self-Assessment Tool (EDSAT) it sponsored in 2012, the EDIC received funding this year for a number of activities. The bulk of the funding was designated to hire a consultant to continue implementing the 2014 marketing plan, to help the Town position itself as a desirable location to live and open a business. In November 2015 the Town engaged O’Neill and Associates to continue the work they began the year before including publishing a monthly newsletter, hosting business events, and increasing the Town’s social media presence among the region’s businesses, developers, and influencers. The Strategic Economic Development Plan (www.framinghamma.gov/Villages 2015) for the Nobscot and Saxonville commercial districts was completed in June 2015. This project provides a community-supported vision and action plan for redevelopment in these areas. EDIC and C&ED staff are now working on implementation of the recommendations in that plan. Additional funds have been used to acquire business data subscriptions and memberships and to provide training opportunities for EDIC and CED staff. The EDIC commissioned a comprehensive employment report from the MetroWest Economic Research Center with a major event in June focused on discussion of the trends and had a panel including Senator Spilka and leaders from major employers. The EDIC also hosted a successful event for downtown businesses, to network and learn about the Town’s plans for Downtown streetscape improvements. EDIC and CED have created an internship program in conjunction with Framingham State University in order to take advantage university resources while advancing Town economic development objectives - with minimal impact on the municipal budget. In 2015, EDIC interns undertook a number of projects including www.ChooseFramingham.com website updates, creation of a home improvement guide, and researched the creative economy & temporary office markets. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 146 CED and the EDIC work closely with the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce and the MetroWest 495 Partnership, which are both strong and effective allies in our efforts to strengthen the Town’s tax base. We also maintain strong partnerships with state and regional agencies as well as Framingham Downtown Renaissance. Promotion Consistent with the Economic Development Strategic Plan, a concerted effort is underway to market Framingham in order to encourage individuals, families and firms to locate, invest, and shop here. Planners continue to develop the www.chooseframingham.com website, as well as a twitter account @ChooseFram (900+ followers) and a Facebook page through which events and positive stories are broadcast. Downtown Revitalization Building on planning efforts dating to 2009, the Planning Department coordinates and supports several efforts to promote revitalization and TOD. In addition to coordinating Roundtable discussions and MAPC research on promoting Transit Oriented Development, in 2015 the CED worked closely with other departments on permitting and other business issues in the Downtown. CED also provides funding to Framingham Downtown Renaissance, which promotes the Downtown and works directly with area businesses. CED also coordinates with other Town departments on infrastructure planning. The Town also began implementing a state-funded plan creating vehicular and pedestrian improvements to address traffic flow and improve safety along the Concord Street. These plans also include major streetscape improvements to beautify the downtown and help entice visitors to the district. Initial construction began in Fall 2014 and continued throughout 2015. The long-term plan, to introduce a grade separation into the downtown, is a priority Town project on the Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP). Framingham Downtown Renaissance CED staff works closely with Framingham Downtown Renaissance (FDR), a non-profit organization focused on the revitalization of our commercial areas. Staff participate in public board of directors meetings, to provide support and ensure collaboration between FDR and Town efforts and policies. In addition to staff support, in FY15, CED contributed $51,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds to further the goals of FDR. Under the leadership of Executive Director Holli Andrews, FDR 2015 activities focused on design, downtown promotion, and organization. In design, FDR launched the Front Door Framingham project by commissioning local resident painter Sorin Bica for the creation of an inviting gateway mural spanning the brick wall of a building facing Routes 126 and 135. In promotion, FDR organized the inaugural celebration of Park(ing) Day that converted on-street parking into public spaces. FDR continued to sponsor its annual Winter Wonderland, to promote downtown shopping over the holidays. It also organized the “Six Mile Moment,” an event connecting marathon spectators to local businesses. Under its organization banner, FDR collaborated with established partners to create interest in the downtown, as well as Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 147 to sustain small businesses by engaging with them on issues of safety, crime, and downtown construction. FDR maintained and expanded its online presence, through its Facebook pages, Twitter feed and its website fdrms.org. Technical Review Team The Department supports in a multi- departmental approach to ensuring timely and efficient project permitting. The team, including representatives of all permitting parties (Planning Board, Inspectional Services, etc.) meets with project proponents to identify permitting requirements, identify issues, and track the timely resolution. The approach promotes appropriate economic development by boosting the predictability & timeliness of the Town’s permitting processes. Neighborhood Commercial Areas The Planning Department continued its efforts to encourage and facilitate the revitalization of several neighborhood commercial areas. . CED and the EDIC also completed work on a Villages 2015 plan for the commercial centers in Nobscot and Saxonville. This effort included substantial community outreach. In each neighborhood, the department completed three community meetings, as well as a post-completion review in November 2015. Brownfields Framingham has a considerable number of brownfields, which are properties that contain or potentially contain hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants that complicate the property’s refinancing for expansion or redevelopment. Brownfields are not only a blighting influence on their surroundings, but are typically underutilized, thereby representing enormous potential to generate significant new property taxes once they are abated or it is established that that they are not contaminated. Since 2008, the Department secured and administered two $200,000 EPA grants to identify, abate, and eventually redevelop brownfields. The Planning Department was awarded an additional $400,000 grant in May 2012, allowing us to continue the Brownfields Revitalization Program. The Program involves identifying and targeting sites, interfacing with property owners, and working with a licensed site professional (LSP) hired by the division to conduct environmental site assessments (ESAs) of selected properties. This year, Brownfields funds also helped the Town investigate a number of Town- owned properties in preparation for offering them for sale to the State for a New MassBay Community College Campus. In addition the funds are being used for an ongoing study of the brownfields redevelopment potential in South East Framingham, as a complementary investigation to the work MAPC is doing in the same area. This report will finish in Spring 2016 and the grant will wrap up in September 2016. Residential Neighborhoods While economic development initiatives support residential neighborhoods by generating additional taxes, the Planning Department enhances these efforts by undertaking projects that protect and improve Framingham’s neighborhoods. The Department continued to respond to a Board of Selectmen policy placing a priority on encouraging homeownership and targeting efforts to vulnerable neighborhoods. Both the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Programs are focused on improving neighborhoods. The CD Coordinator serves on the Town’s Code Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 148 Enforcement Task Force, linking federally funded rehabilitation programs to Town neighborhood improvement efforts. Policy Analyses, Studies, Project Management, and Special Projects CED undertakes projects, prepares policy analyses, and coordinates inter- departmental projects. Some of these 2015 projects include the following: Open Space and Recreation Plan Implementation Working Group (OSRPIWG) The Planning Department staffs the OSRPIWG, which is charged with implementing the 2013 Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP). In 2015, final edits were made to the 2013 OSRP and the plan was officially approved by EOEA. Staff closed out a $400,000 LAND grant which was used to successfully purchase the Snow Property at 95 Wayside Inn Road, which became Town conservation land. Additionally, staff continued due diligence work associated with the Nyanza grant to buy conservation easements along the Sudbury River, coupled with land donations. Roughly $300,000 is expected to be granted to the Town in the end for this open space project. Staff from CED, Planning Board, and the Conservation Commission continued to collaborate on the Town’s Open Space Strategy meeting regularly to discuss opportunities to advance the open space priority list. In 2015, Town meeting voted to establish a new Open Space & Conservation Special Purpose Account, to support these efforts, with an allocation of $75,000. Transportation CED works closely with DPW to insure that Framingham’s transportation improvement priorities are identified on the state’s Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP), a prerequisite for federal and state funding. The Senior Planner serves as the Town’s TIP Coordinator. This year, Town staff worked to continue moving TIP-eligible projects forward based on priorities identified in 2014 by the TIP Committee and ratified by the Selectmen in January 2015. The Union Avenue Corridor is the Town’s current priority project and was submitted for TIP evaluation at the end of 2015. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning CED recognizes a need for a comprehensive look at better accommodating bicycle and pedestrian access throughout Town. CED staff is leading an interdepartmental team, including DPW and Planning Board staff, to prepare a document that can guide Town investment in alternative transportation infrastructure. The team met numerous times in 2015 to continue creation of this plan, prioritize roadways for bike/ped improvements, and advance Complete Streets support. The Selectmen endorsed the Town’s first Complete Streets Policy in January 2015. Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (BFRT) The Department manages the planning process to develop the Framingham component of the proposed 35-mile rail trail that will extend from Lowell to Framingham. The Department, along with the Town Manager, has been working with the Town of Sudbury, CSX, and the Trust for Public Land on advancing this project. Activities included conducting a site visit of the corridor, attending meetings with the parties involved, and considering appraisal and funding mechanisms. Aqueducts Department planners continue to be actively engaged in improving public Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 149 access to the Weston and Sudbury Aqueducts. CED staff attended P&R-run public meetings on the next segment of the Weston Aqueduct to be opened (Edgell Road to Lyman Road). Zoning Recodification Department planners participated in the Zoning Bylaw Recodification process, alongside Town Counsel, the Building Commissioner, Planning Board, and Town Manager. Town meeting accepted the many changes (table of uses, definitions, site plan review, etc.) during the Annual and fall Special Town Meetings. Sustainability Planning This year, the Department worked on a number of Sustainability Initiatives. CED successfully transitioned the Green Communities initiative to Capital Projects & Facilities Management Division in 2015. Staff attended the Framingham Earth Day Festival in April 2015, to share information & address questions related to energy and explain the Department/Town’s goals. The Department also developed a new ‘Sustainability’– http://www.framinghamma.gov/greenfra mingham. Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI) The Planning Department monitors the Town’s status on the Commonwealth’s Subsidized Housing Inventory, to ensure that Framingham’s subsidized housing units are accurately and fully counted. The Town’s SHI remains in excess of 10%, which limits the applicability of Chapter 40B Comprehensive Permits (subsidized housing development that is not subject to municipal Zoning Codes). In 2015, Department planners worked with Planning Board staff on proposed revisions intended to enhance affordable housing. State and Federal Grants The Planning Department constantly identifies and analyzes the applicability of grants as well as researches the availability of funding for specific projects. In 2015, CED secured:  $53,600 from the State to purchase conservation land (Nyanza)  50,000 from District Local Technical Assistance (DLTA) for a Southeast Framingham planning study The Department was unsuccessful in the Brownfields Assessment Grant submitted in 2014, but staff applied for another $400,000 Brownfields Assessment Grant in December 2015. CED also collaborated closely with the South Middlesex Opportunity Council, FDR, and the Metrowest Chamber of Commerce, to develop a proposal to the state’s Urban Agenda grant program. The December 2015 submission proposed a training workshop series, microfinancing, and related activities supporting small and new businesses in the downtown area. The state’s Executive Office of Housing and Urban Development announced a $125,000 grant award in January, 2016. CED and the Planning Board continue active participation in MetroWest Moves, a partnership between Framingham, Hudson, and Marlborough & Northborough, to advance healthy communities. Development of a Complete Streets Prioritization Tool and recommendations to advance Complete Streets was completed in 2015 with assistance through the Community Innovation Challenge grant and DLTA funds (grants awarded in 2014). Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 150 Provide Support to Town Committees The Planning Department provides staff support to several Town committees in addition to the EDIC, the Framingham Historical Commission and the Framingham Historic District Commission. Staff serves on the Multiple Hazard Mitigation Plan Working Group, which consists of representatives of various Town divisions as well as citizens and is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Town’s 2012 Multiple Hazard Mitigation Plan, required by the Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. Efforts began to update the plan, required every 5 years by FEMA. Linkages to Municipal, Regional, and State Organizations The Director and staff participate on and/or represent the Town on a host of associations, working groups and committees including but not limited to MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, MAPC, MetroWest Economic Research Council Advisory Board, MetroWest Moves, MetroWest Regional Collaborative, Athenaeum Task Force, 495/MetroWest Partnership, Framingham Community Partnership, Greater Callahan Initiative, Code Enforcement Task Force, Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), FDR, and Brownfields Coalition of the Northeast. The division also maintains strong contacts with the Massachusetts Office of Business Development (MOBD) and MassDevelopment. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Memorial Building, Room B2 (508)532-5456 zba@framinghamma.gov The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) is the Permit Granting Authority and the Special Permit Granting Authority for projects that do not meet the requirements of the Town’s Zoning Bylaw. The ZBA’s function is to approve or deny requests for appeals, variances, and special permits, and issue findings through the public hearing process by determining if the required criteria, as stated in the Zoning Bylaw, have been met. The ZBA also administers the Comprehensive Permit process for affordable housing as set forth under M.G.L. Chapter 40B. The ZBA is a three-member Board appointed by the Selectmen. In 2015, Full Members of the Board were Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr., Chair; Susan S. Craighead, Vice-Chair; and Stephen E. Meltzer, Clerk. Edward (Ted) Cosgrove, Kevin Gatlin, Joseph Norton, and Robert Snider served as Associate Members. Mr. Norton joined the Board in July 2015. Marianne Iarossi continued the duties of ZBA Administrator. Ms. Iarossi prepared the Board’s decisions and advised the Board on procedural and other issues. Sam Scoppettone was hired in October to take over ZBA Administrator duties, as Ms. Iarossi was promoted to Senior Planner. Heidi Bryce continued her duties as Administrative Assistant. Town Counsel advised the Board as required. Total filing fees in 2015 amounted to $21,150. These funds go directly into the General Fund. Sixty-two petitions were filed with the ZBA office in 2015. These 62 cases represent two fewer than the 64 cases processed in 2014. Of the 62 cases heard in 2015, 26 were requests for variances, 34 for special permits, 1 for findings, and 5 appeals of the decision of the Building Commissioner. Some petitions contain multiple requests. Variance and special permit requests included those for relief from dimensional requirements for: construction of, and additions to, single family homes; placement of sheds on residential properties; construction of Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 151 two-family residences and automotive and restaurant uses; and changes of use for local businesses. Some of these filings were the outcome of changes in zoning districts in past years resulting in non- conforming lots. Three Associate Members presided over sign appeal applications, with a fourth Alternate Member. 20 sign applications were filed in 2015. The Board generally meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 P.M. in the Blumer Room. Members of the public are welcome to attend. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Memorial Building, Room B-3 (508)532-5457 nsaj@framinghamma.gov The Community Development Department manages and administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the Home Investment Partnership Act (HOME) funds the Town receives from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. These monies fund projects, programs and services, which benefit low and moderate income persons, and develop and maintain affordable housing for our most needy populations. CD is staffed by two full-time and one part-time position. During FY2015, the Town received $482,021 in CDBG funds and $263,105 of HOME funds. The following summarizes major accomplishments during 2015: Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program (HRAP) The HRAP program provided technical assistance and rehabilitation loans for emergency repairs and substantial rehabilitation to homes of income-eligible homeowners. In 2015, the HRAP program assisted three eligible households. CD also entered into contract with a new Housing Rehabilitation Consultant to provide construction oversight of the homes the department repairs. He will inspect rehabilitation projects as they are completed. CD also established a partnership with the town’s Building Department so that it markets the HRAP program to property owners fined under the Code Enforcement/Neighborhood Improvement Program. Code Enforcement & Neighborhood Improvement Based on the need to arrest deterioration and improve targeted low-income neighborhoods, CDBG funds pay for housing code inspections in designated neighborhoods. In 2015, 403 inspections were conducted, and 346 cases were resolved. This program works in tandem with the Code Enforcement Task Force, a multi-departmental team that conducts monthly site visits of the neighborhoods to develop solutions and improvements from a holistic, inter-disciplinary approach. Public Facilities Improvements: In 2015, CDBG funded public facilities improvements:  Carey Baseball Phase II – Removal of non-conforming bleachers and installation of ADA compliant ones with path and parking on the facility’s west side  John J. Gallagher Drive – Road and sidewalk installations and add accessible curb cuts Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 152 Economic Development & Façade/ Sign Improvement Program In 2015, CDBG funds supported the FDR Main Street Executive Director position. In the past year, FDR provided assistance to 45 local businesses that serve area residents. In addition, FDR highlighted downtown businesses and increased the customer base to the area, most notably through the Boston Marathon “Six Mile Moment.” CD continues to recruit downtown businesses to participate in the Façade/Sign Improvement Program and is doing so in partnership with FDR. Program funds help merchants develop signs that maximize their business identification and branding while improving the appearance of the downtown commercial district. Public Services CDBG funds subsidized five public services activities serving 365-low and moderate-income residents. The following programs were funded: Community Connections Summer Work Program, a summer employment and counseling program for teens; Resiliency for Life, an enrichment program for at- risk high school students; H.O.P.E., an academic and job search assistance program for 14-21 year old residents of the Pelham II Apartments; Literacy Unlimited, a training program for non- native English speakers, and Framingham Adult ESL Plus, an English-as-a-Second Language program. Subsidized Housing Support In 2015, HOME funds paid for exterior masonry and roof repairs to six studio units in Bethany Hill Place. The units are occupied by households with incomes at 50% or less of area median income. The Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston, the facility’s operator, in fulfillment of HOME regulation requirements has agreed to impose a five- year affordability restriction on the property, preserving assisted units for low income town residents. Respectfully Submitted, Arthur P. Robert, Director Community & Economic Development Division METROWEST REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (MWRTA) 160 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA 01702| 508-935-2222 |ed@mwrta.com The MetroWest RTA was created by a vote of the Framingham and the Ashland Boards of Selectman in December of 2006. By the summer of 2007, seven additional communities had joined, a budget and fares were put in place, and an Administrator was hired to oversee the daily operation of the LIFT which had been under the Framingham Planning Department. MWRTA “fixed route” service was then initiated on December 1st, 2007 with a new contracted provider and 10 new buses obtained from Federal and State grants. At the same time, the MWRTA was paying the MBTA to continue its RIDE service in the Framingham and Natick area. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 153 In 2008, the original Framingham LIFT and the Natick Neighborhood bus routes were integrated into a unified transit system. That year, Marlborough and Southborough joined MWRTA, expanding demand response service delivery by 2,000 rides a month. In 2009, the Authority, through a Federal grant, expanded again to create a link to the Woodland MBTA Station in Newton (Route #1) setting the stage for using the Charlie Card system wide. Additionally, the Authority took over the MBTA’s RIDE provision in Framingham and Natick expanding again the demand response provision by another 5,000 rides a month. In 2010, the Authority, using state and federal funds, purchased and rehabilitated a facility at 37 Waverly St. which had served as the “Hub” and maintenance depot for the system. In 2011, Wellesley joined the Authority as its 12th member. Additionally the MWRTA began collaboration with Framingham State University, supporting a student operated system with capital and training that is fully funded by the University. In 2013, the MWRTA purchased the 15 Blandin Ave facility from SMOC and has identified $10 million in federal and state funds to rehab it and plan for intermodal applications to the commuter rail. The Town of Dover has also joined the Authority. In July, 2015 the Authority moved into the 15 Blandin Ave facility. A CDL program, created through an earmark sponsored by Sen. Spilka, continues to flourish. Towns of Hudson and Milford joined, bringing the total member of communities up to 15. The MWRTA will continue to build upon the over 650,000 rides provided in FY15 by using technology, an emphasis on customer service and the more effective and efficient delivery of transportation service. For further details and for real time transit options and customer service, please visit our website: www.mwrta.com. Respectfully Submitted, Ed Carr, MWRTA Administrator FRAMINGHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY One John J. Brady Drive, Framingham, MA 01702| 508-879-7562 |skeane@framha.org Formed in 1946, the Framingham Housing Authority is led by a dedicated five-member Board of Commissioners. In September of 2015 Stephen Keane was appointed Executive Director of the FHA. Mr. Keane had previously been the Executive Director at the Lexington Housing Authority. The FHA maintains over 1000 units of Public Housing and over 900 units of rental assistance units in the private market in cooperation with federal, state and local authorities. Modernization/Preventative Maintenance As one of the largest property owners within the Town of Framingham, the Authority takes pride in maintaining safe, sanitary and affordable Housing within the Community. The Authority has always placed great importance on the need for Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 154 preventive maintenance, as well as securing funds for many modernization projects. The Memorial House renovations were completed in 2015 with monies from the Department of Housing & Community Development. In the state 705 family program (Pelham) the FHA’s fifty eight units are undergoing total renovations over the next two (2) years. Ten (10) units in our St Lo state family portfolio were rehabbed with new kitchens and baths. In our State elderly units the Authority is replacing the original baths and kitchen from 1962 as they become vacant. We have completed drainage and stucco projects in our Federal family developments. The Federal elderly development heating systems were replaced in 50 units and the remaining sixty (60) units will be completed in 2016. On Brady Drive two roofs were replaced as part of our continual preventive Maintenance and sustainability Program. State Funded Housing The Framingham Housing Authority administers 249 units of two- and three- bedroom state-aided family public Housing. The 110 units at the Musterfield Development is a tax Credit property. Oran Rd is a development of 12 one- bedroom units designed to house “empty nesters” who are currently over-housed. The FHA has 536 one-bedroom units for elderly/disabled Housing. The Authority also owns 24 units of state-subsidized handicap housing and administers Rental Assistance through the Mass. Rental Voucher Program which includes 62 units of single-room occupancy. Federally Funded Housing The Authority administers 125 units of Family Federal Housing and 110 elderly/disabled units on John J. Brady Drive. The Authority also administers 983 Federal Section 8 Rental Assistance Vouchers for privately owned properties. Resident Activities The Activity Center at the Musterfield Place is thriving with new children participating daily in the programs. The Center offers homework assistance and computer literacy programs to children aged 9-14. The Hoops to Homework program is located at our Federal Family Development. This program allows children homework assistance and computer literacy. Respectfully Submitted, Stephen Keane Executive Director Commissioners: Stephen P. Starr, Chairman Robert L. Merusi, Vice Chairman Phyllis A. May, Treasurer Janice M Rogers Janet Leombruno Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Planning and Economic Development 155 RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION | PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT CEMETERY COMMISSION |COUNCIL ON AGING PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL AFFAIRS 475 Union Avenue | 508-532-59600 | parks.recreation@framinghamma.gov Parks and Recreation Commission Joan Rastani served as Chairwoman with other members Dave Gudejko, Kathy Hauck, Joe Kaufman, and Phil Reitz. Barry Bograd, longtime member of the Commission, left the board in June. Barry was very instrumental in supporting the Division during his 20 years on the board. Director Jim Duane was promoted to Assistant Town Manager and James Snyder is now serving as Interim Director. The Annual Town Meeting voted an FY15 operating budget of $2,799,293 for Parks Administration, Maintenance and Recreation. With support from the Capital Budget Committee and Town Meeting Members, the following items were approved:  Purchase of a F350 4x 4 Regular Cab Pickup  Mary Dennison Park Improvements  Loring Arena Renovations Construction of the innovative Children’s Grove at Cushing Memorial Park was completed with a Grand Opening ceremony in July. The Division was successful in securing a Community Development Block Grant to construct accessible baseball bleachers at Butterworth Park. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2016. Soil testing was completed by Fuss and O’Neil, the Town’s professional consultants, at Mary Dennison Park. The two imminent hazard areas were treated and disposal off site. A geotextile fabric was placed with 12 inches of clean sand and 8-12 inches of mulch. The playground was then reopened. Future plans include developing a Master Plan for the park design. MA DEP has included former property owner, Avery Dennison Manufacturing Company, in the assessment effort and their participation has been pro-active. The Annual Town Meeting voted on Article 26 stating that a citizen skateboard Advisory Committee would be established. Each Commissioner and the Town Manager voted to appoint one person from each of the following three categories:  Sponsor of the article brought to Town Meeting Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 156  A young person who skates and understands the needs of the users  A parent or adult who understands the needs of the children. Current Advisory Members include: Tom Bubier & James McCarthy, Residents; Jason Smith & Cheryl Tully Stoll, Selectpersons; Joan Rastani and Kathy Hauck, Parks Commissioners; Betty Funk, Finance Committee; Michael Cannon, Capital Budget Committee; James Duane, former Parks Director & Current Assistant Town Manager; and Robert McArthur, Conservation Administrator. The Committee began meeting in July, and met 15 times throughout the remainder of the year. Major accomplishments include: draft of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Designer Services; interviewing and hiring Pillar Design; identifying potential suitable Park locations, ultimately selecting Farm Pond South as the ideal location for a skatepark; researching the intricacies of skatepark construction; hold a Public Design Workshop to gain feedback from the public The Committee plans to present a concept design and budget to Annual Town Meeting in 2016, hoping to secure funding for Framingham’s first skatepark. Due to the success of the pilot opening of the Weston Aqueduct trail, the Department has continued to expand its passive recreation offerings to the community. We have extended the Weston Aqueduct by heading north from Elm Street to the Sudbury River border with Wayland. We have also continued community outreach with neighbors from Edgell Road to Grove Street in anticipation of opening that section of the Aqueduct soon. The Sudbury Aqueduct trail (Winter St. to Dudley Rd.) continues to get good use and positive feedback from the neighbors. The Town will continue to create cross town connections with our trail system. We would like to thank Town Meeting, the many Town boards, committees, departments and volunteers for supporting our services. We would also like to thank the hundreds of user organizations and volunteers for their continued support. Joan Rastani, Chair Park and Recreation Commission James Snyder, Interim Director Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Recreation The Recreation Department provides programs geared toward a varied population including adults, youth, seniors, preschool and those with special needs. Services are provided through a combination of user fees and public tax dollars. During the past year, we offered 302 various sessions in over 141 different program categories. New programs included adaptive swim lessons, thunder cat sports, adult archery, drama kids and micro wheels. A new online registration software package by My Rec was implemented and has improved the registration and notification process tremendously. The Town and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Conservation entered into a 5 year Memorandum of Agreement for the use of the Saxonville beach area. Learneds, Saxonville and Waushakum beaches saw over 12,000 visitors during the eight week season. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 157 The 2015 Rec Centers were very popular; they were located at Potter Road School and, for the first time, at the Bowditch Athletic Complex. An extended day program was offered for working parents and a fourth session consisting of one week was also offered at Bowditch. Our numbers increased significantly over recent summers. The major field trips were Kimball Farm, Boston Duck Tour, and Canobie Lake Park. Grants that enhanced our 2015 programs included the Department of Conservation and Recreation for the Massachusetts Park Pass; and the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service provided free breakfast and lunch for the Recreation Special Needs Program. In addition, we thank the Sudbury River Tennis Club for their generous donation to help defray the cost of the summer tennis lessons. Additionally, Friends of Framingham Recreation was able to grant numerous scholarships for Recreation Programs to families in need. For the sixth year, we managed the ever popular “Friday Night Concerts on the Green.” The eight week schedule of local talent included the sounds of Playing Dead, JC Enfusion, Tom Nutile Big Band, Metro, The Bruce Katz Band, RPS, the Loomers and SLO Grass. The weather prevented the Beatles Tribute Band; Studio Two from performing, but they will return next year. We are grateful to the many sponsors who made this event possible including grants from the Framingham Cultural Council and Impact Framingham. The department sponsored many special events this year with assistance of Friends of Framingham Recreation. The highlights included the ‘January Thaw’ free skating and hot chocolate at Loring Arena, Egg- citing Egg Hunt, Pumpkins in the Park, the 911 Remembrance Ceremony, Santa’s lil’ Sports, Family Fun and Movie Night featuring ‘Big Hero 6 ‘ at Bowditch, and the Grand Opening of the Cushing Children’s Grove at Cushing Memorial Park. We would like to thank the Town Selectmen, Town Meeting Members, Town Staff and numerous community volunteers for their support and dedication. Without their continued support, we would not be successful in offering quality programs to the residents of Framingham. We welcome input from Town residents and we value both your feedback and involvement in our programs. Respectfully Submitted, Trisha Powell Superintendent of Recreation Parks Maintenance Our Parks Maintenance Division continues to provide safe and well maintained facilities for over 15,000 formally scheduled events each year. The user groups vary in age and ability and consist of college and high school athletic programs, many types and levels of youth sport programs, as well as corporate leagues and groups. All of our park playgrounds and open space passive recreational areas are maintained under this program. We are committed to provide well maintained facilities through planned maintenance programs. Our field use scheduling program is supported by policies and follows our overall Mission Statement. We continue to use a proactive approach enabling us to manage our facilities, to prevent over use, and still offer greater public access to all our facilities. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 158 We strive to maintain a very high level of quality on all our high use natural turf areas. Our program uses a balanced system of aeration, fertilization, seeding and mowing along with irrigation in the most cost effective manner. We continue to monitor our soil conditions and provide the necessary nutrient applications as needed. Our field use policy works to manage many of our athletic areas and continues to be an effective way to control overuse which helps to decrease field damage in high use facilities. We continue to receive surplus requests to provide additional practice and game field facilities. The demand is constant and there are few alternatives. With the closing of Mary Dennison last year we were required to find alternative spaces for our ongoing programs. This required us to forgo our maintenance policy at a few areas and put a burden on some fields. Over use of facilities and the decline in turf quality is a major concern for us. The continued strategy of field rotation and limiting use works well, however we are being challenged for not having enough space for all groups. There is a definite need to look at some long range plans for future field space, and we are currently discussing adding synthetic fields to an area of our inventory. When this happens, we will still be asked to provide more use on all our areas. This will still require us to impact our user groups and shut down fields for costly renovations. Our Maintenance Department continues to provide support to the athletic programs of three high schools; Framingham High, Marian High and Keefe Regional Technical High School. Other schools that rely on our department for a portion of their athletic program needs include Framingham State University and Mass Bay Community College. In addition to school athletics, the department provides scheduling of facilities for hundreds of other user groups from the Framingham community. We are continuing our collaborations with Keefe Regional Technical School for the mutual benefit of our department and the different school labs. This mutually beneficial relationship provides the Town of Framingham with access to cost effective, professionally supervised electrical, carpentry, plumbing and metal fabrication, while affording students the benefit of practical “real world” learning experiences in a commercial setting. We are on our third year of offering Keefe Tech students co-op positions in the landscape program. This has been very beneficial program from both entities. The second phase of the CDBG funded a project to install handicapped accessible bleachers at Carey Field and was completed in the spring of 2015. Both sides now have accessible handicap seating. Through our Capital Budget program, we were able to purchase one new vehicle. We were also able to repave the interior roads of the Edwards Cemetery. The Capital project of demolishing of the Butterworth Grandstands came from reallocations of funding’s from the previous Butterworth Capitol project of 2012. This removed a large blight to this neighborhood park and will ready the site for new handicap accessible bleachers. Through the cemetery operating budget we were able to re-construct the mound tombs at the Main St. Cemetery which had fallen into disrepair over the many years. The stabilization of the front foundations and front walls were Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 159 necessary after years of settling and stone movement. These tombs were constructed back in the late 1700- early 1800’s and required extensive repairs to properly bring them back to the historical look of that period. Our tree maintenance program continues on an increasing scale, concentrating on hazardous trees and trees with obvious structural defects. We have many properties bordering on neighborhoods where large trees are impacting our property lines and creating possible hazards to houses. We are requesting increased funding in FY17 to continue making progress on work required in these areas. Our town wide beautification program continues to be a successful collaboration with our department and outside groups. I would like to thank all our volunteers and volunteer groups that supplied time and materials on projects this past year. Their support was invaluable. We continue to work cooperatively with other Town departments and thank them for their continued support. It would be very difficult for us to achieve the success we have without their help. Chris McGinty Superintendent, Parks Maintenance Cemeteries The Cemetery Commission consists of a three member board appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The three cemeteries under their jurisdiction are Edwards Cemetery, Main St. Cemetery, and Old South Burial Grounds. Leone’s Landscaping is in the second year of their grounds maintenance contract. We are happy with the service they have been providing the town at our three cemeteries. Due to the limited supply of sites, the moratorium on the general sale of new lots is still in effect. The fee schedule for cemetery associated activities remained the same in FY2105. The Parks Maintenance staff continues to perform grave openings and internment of cremations, at the cemeteries. We continue to receive requests for historical records associated with the cemeteries and are able to use an electronic database to promptly respond to most inquiries. With operational funding, we were able to successfully complete the restoration of the Main Street Cemetery Mound Tombs. The contractor restored the foundations and the front walls to the four tombs. The tombs were successfully restored to their original historic look. We are currently seeking funds to restore the Mound Tombs at the Old South Burial Grounds. The second phase of the project addresses issues identified in the engineering report. Phase two will include an $87,294 request in our FY17 budget. We have identified the need to continue tree pruning and removals at the cemeteries and are requesting these funds for FY17. The roadway reconstruction Capitol Project at the Edwards Cemetery was very successful. The new roadways have made a significant improvement to the cemetery. Report submitted on behalf of the Cemetery Commission by: Christopher A. McGinty Superintendent, Parks & Recreation Cemetery Commission Barry Bograd Chairman Kathy Hauck Vacancy Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 160 Loring Arena Loring Arena is in its 52nd year of operation. In addition to our normal services, we are continuing to create a more user friendly atmosphere by applying incremental changes to the facility. In January of 2015, we replaced all of the overhead lighting in the arena with 1,000 watt metal halide lights, and the work was completed entirely by rink staff. Also in January, Royal Steam cleaned the 3 infrared heating units on the visitor’s side of the arena. They also replaced the ignitors and filters to the heaters. Maintaining these heating units helps keep them running at maximum efficiency. In May 2015 the annual Town Meeting appropriated capital funds to renovate Loring Arena. In June a design selection committee was formed, which included the following members, Director of Capital Projects & Facilities Management, Director of Loring Arena, Director of Parks & Recreation Cultural Affairs and Deputy Director of Parks & Recreation. The design selection committee works with the Town Counsel and Procurement to finalize and advertise a request for qualification. There were two finalists as of July 22, 2015. The committee unanimously agreed on the firm of Bargman, Hendrix & Archetype Inc. In June 2015, we sent the old Zamboni out to be repaired and to undergo a complete paint job; the paint work and the repairs were completed by Exceptional Auto Body in Framingham. Exceptional completely sanded the entire machine and repaired the panels, bumper and seat mount that were badly rusting away due to age and wear. The machine looks brand new. In July, 17 pieces of tempered glass around the rink were replaced with Power plate. By replacing the Tempered glass with Power plate tempered glass we reduce the risk of injury to patrons. If the glass does break; the Power plate glass will remain intact like a windshield of a car and will not shatter and fall. Athletica Sports Systems helped with the installation of the glass as well as Parks & Recreation staff due to the weight of each pane of glass. Also in July, we had Northeast Distributors install a new glycol pump to the refrigeration system. This system pumps Glycol out to the floor of the Arena to freeze the ice. We had the old pump rebuilt and now have a spare should we ever need to replace it again. The Arena staff evacuated the glycol to shorten the time spent on the job by Northeast Distributors. Total gross revenue as of June 30, 2015: $525,350.74 Total Operational expenditures as of June 30, 2015: $483,131.85 *Does not include health insurance and debt service *Revenue is after a loss of $15,404 due to the impact of severe winter weather, Easter Sunday, and the Patriots attending the Super bowl. Richard Weston, Loring Arena Director Council on Aging - Callahan Center The Raymond J. Callahan Center is a multi-purpose center offering programs, activities and services to promote healthy, successful aging for people 55 and older and the people who care for them. The Council on Aging Board assesses the needs of older adults in the community Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 161 and advises on programs and services to meet those needs. Accomplishments: An estimated 3,700 individual seniors had an estimated 36,000 attendances in activities and programs at the Callahan Center in 2015, with nearly 12,000 of those involved in exercise sessions. There were 2,191 attendances at a variety of health education sessions, health screenings and alternative therapies. The Social Services staff provided nearly 3,595 units of service to nearly 1,147 seniors ranging from referrals for housing and transportation, to securing various benefit programs, along with supportive counseling. In addition, they connect with many non–seniors to provide guidance related to their loved ones who are seniors. 438 pieces of durable medical equipment were loaned out free of charge. The new design of the front entrance, making it more accessible and improving the traffic flow to and from the parking lot was completed in June 2015. Donations from Mutual One Bank and the Friends of Callahan provided new lobby furniture to complete the transformation. Outreach efforts were made to 8,512 residents, who had never been to the Callahan Center to make them aware of the services and programs available to them. The Framingham Cultural Council provided generous funding for 11 programs of a cultural nature to be presented at the Callahan Center. The Friends of Callahan generously provided matching funding for these programs. A Title III grant from BayPath Elder Services made it possible to continue a volunteer transportation program through September 2015. State Formula Grant funds allow the program to extend beyond that time. Volunteerism: 500 volunteers donated more than 11,400 hours to the Center in a variety of ways: serving on the COA Board, driving seniors to appointments, answering phones, working in the Heritage Gallery shop and helping with numerous activities at the center. 95 of these volunteers came from area high schools, Framingham State University, Framingham Rotary Club, area businesses, religious groups, and the community at large to provide more than 336 hours specifically to seniors in the community. The SHINE program volunteered more than 575 hours to provide more than 719 seniors with information regarding health insurance. Multiculturalism For the first time, seniors from Brazil joined the Hispanic/Latino Day celebration to showcase their country along with other Hispanic cultures. Latino elders continue to enjoy a weekly social program and connect with the Bilingual Outreach Worker for services. Mandarin speaking seniors receive ESOL classes twice a week and are participating in citizenship classes. New events and happenings in 2015! The Social Services staff responded to the needs expressed by caregivers of those with memory challenges in creating a new program, Connections at Callahan. Metrowest Health Foundation provided generous funding for us to train individuals to partner with seniors with memory challenges, making it possible for them to participate in programs at the Center without their caregiver present. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 162 Three evidence–based programs were made available: Matter of Balance, Diabetes Self-Management and Falls Prevention. Several new computer classes were offered: Amazon, Ebay, electronic greeting cards, Instagram, Picassa, Pinterest and tips on using iPad and iPhones. Two types of yoga were introduced: Kripalu and Yoga Dance. The Callahan Center made its space available to the library for several months for special events and programs that otherwise might have been canceled, due to a fire at the main library in October. We were happy that these events acquainted some newcomers to the Center. Clint Knight, Chair, Council on Aging Grace T. O’Donnell, Director of Elder Services Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Recreation and Cultural Affairs 163 EDUCATION & LIBRARIES FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS | JOSEPH P. KEEFE REGIONAL TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS 73 Mt. Wayte Avenue, Suite #5 | 508-626-9117 | SCHOOL COMMITTEE Fiscal Year 2016 Budget The School Committee began the budget process by taking into account projected revenues, expected levels of state and federal funding, and increased expenses due to Special Education and rising enrollment. We were also committed to ensuring that all schools would have the necessary resources to support consistently high academic performance and achievement for all students. With these considerations, our initial budget for the school department was $110,685,437. On April 16, the Committee voted to submit a revised budget of $109,368,801. This sum would include monies to support increased student achievement and to continue the rebuilding efforts necessary after budget cuts in prior years. In late May, Town Meeting approved a FY’16 budget appropriation of $109,368,801, which included allocations for rebuilding (additional technologies), the opening of a ninth elementary school due to increased enrollment, professional development for teachers and staff, and the addition of assistant principals. The latter were necessary to ensure compliance with the new supervision and evaluation procedures mandated by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. We formed a town-wide “Financial Leadership Summit Group” to continue to enhance our communication with our town’s financial leaders and advisors. Legislative Advocacy This year, the Committee again worked closely with our Framingham legislative delegation in advocating for more resources for Chapter 70 and Circuit Breaker funding, as well as for bills that could improve the work of our district. We thank Senator Karen Spilka and State Representatives Tom Sannicandro, Chris Walsh, and Carmen Gentile for their productive efforts in increasing state funding received by the town. Through their efforts, we were able to secure an extra million dollars in funding. Our collaboration with our legislators remains strong and productive. Chair Beverly Hugo was elected as Vice President of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees (MASC). Jim Stockless was elected Chair of the Boston Metropolitan Division of MASC in November, where he will lead forty towns in school board governance. In both of these important roles, Hugo Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 164 and Stockless were able to advocate at the State House and Capitol Hill for legislation that would benefit our students. The School Committee is proud of its ongoing leadership role in state and national efforts to increase resources, efficiencies, and funding for public education. Delegate Assembly Our Resolutions Subcommittee, convened by Beverly Hugo and with members Michelle Brosnahan and Jim Stockless, authored three resolutions that were passed by the Delegate Assembly of MASC at their state convention in November. They included ideas for eradicating effects of poverty, tying test scores to Chapter 70 Funding and providing supports to our homeless students. MASC is now engaged in a statewide effort to turn our resolutions into bills that could become future legislation. FPS Policy Manual The Committee completed a comprehensive review of our district’s policies. All policies have been updated to reflect best current practices, statutory requirements, and contractual language. We thank Convener Michelle Brosnahan, Beverly Hugo, and Jim Stockless, as well as numerous teachers and Central Administration staff for their erudite guidance in its development. Framingham has been acknowledged as the first district in the state to approve a Gender Identity Support Policy, a statement that we affirm that all students should have a safe and supportive environment to learn and grow socially and emotionally. District Governance Support Project The entire School Committee, along with our superintendent, Dr. Stacy Scott, participated in an intensive six-month professional development program with Nancy Walser of the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Dorothy Presser of the MASC. During this project, we learned about the characteristics of high performing school committees and developed strategies to ensure effective and efficient school board governance. This program received a prestigious national award, the Shannon Prize, for its innovation and highly touted turnaround results. One outcome of our participation in the District Governance Support Project was the creation of a School Committee Member Handbook. An additional outcome was the formation of a yearlong agenda, a more efficient planning tool. School Committee Member Handbook For the first time in its history, the Framingham School Committee developed a handbook that explains all the duties, guiding principles, roles, and responsibilities of being a school board member. This guide will help new members become quickly acclimated to the position and will serve veteran members as a handy reference tool. Our Handbook is now being shown throughout the state by MASC as an exemplary description of the expectations and duties of School Committee members. Communications The School Committee remains committed to continuously and aggressively broadening the public’s access to information through the use of ever- evolving technologies and communication mechanisms. In this effort, we instituted the Communications and Public Relations Task Force, comprising a wide array of communal stakeholders. The Task Force was charged with assisting the School Committee with implementing new procedures for providing comprehensive and transparent information to and from Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 165 all stakeholders. Many of their valuable suggestions have been incorporated into our communications plan. One immediate result was the increased presence on social media by starting a district Facebook site. We thank Co-Conveners Jim Stockless and Greg Palmer and members Dr. Eric Silverman and Don Taggart, along with many community members for their intensive and productive work. Capital Budget Fuller/Farley, King and Tutor/Perini Building - Under the efforts of Convener Heather Connolly and members Michelle Brosnahan and Jim Kelly, the Capital Budget Subcommittee met with Director of Buildings and Grounds Matt Torti, Chief Operating Officer Ed Gotgart, and various Town Officials on numerous occasions to discuss and develop plans for solving the many pressing problems arising from spatial constraints due to increased enrollment. In September, the School Department opened a first grade classroom at the King STEAM Elementary School (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math). Central Administration moved their operations from the King to the Tutor/Perini Building at 73 Mt. Wayte Avenue. At the end of December, we were pleased to hear from the Massachusetts School Building Authority that we would be recommended to be included in the Eligibility Study Phase to determine whether the state would pay the majority costs of a building a new Fuller Middle School. Interest Based Bargaining After years of traditional bargaining, the Framingham Teachers Association, the School Committee, and senior district leadership agreed to undergo professional training in Interest-Based Bargaining through the Rennie Center for Public Policy. This innovative method was instrumental in allowing us to reach an amicable and fair contractual agreement by the end of the summer. As a result of the process, we have agreed to meet regularly during the school year so that issues can be discussed and resolved in a timely fashion. The negotiating team included Beverly Hugo, Jim Stockless, Don Taggart and alternate Heather Connolly. Significant Academic Progress and Achievement This past year, all our schools showed significant student growth percentile progress on the recent MCAS and PARCC examinations that were administered in the spring. It is our hope that the current strategic vision and targeted plan (Vision 2020) will result in the entire district achieving the coveted “Level 1” accountability status in the near future. Our Woodrow Wilson Elementary School achieved the prestigious status of “International Baccalaureate Primary School”. The Committee Members In April of 2015, Beverly Hugo and Jim Kelly were elected to three-year terms to the School Committee. Andrew Limeri, a dedicated and exemplary member of the Board for nine years, retired when his term expired. At the post-election reorganization meeting in April, the School Committee elected Beverly Hugo as Chair, Heather Connolly as Vice Chair, and Donald Taggart III as Clerk. Conclusion In closing, the School Committee would like to thank our teachers, staff, and administration who, despite limited resources and heightened workload due to increased state and federal mandates, continue successfully to serve our Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 166 students with professionalism and dedication. We are deeply proud to be a part of this community-wide effort to ensure educational excellence for all of Framingham’s children. We would like to thank the citizens of Framingham and their elected Town Meeting members and officials for their ongoing and unwavering support of the Framingham Public Schools. It is an honor and a privilege to represent the Framingham community by our school board governance in advocating for our outstanding public schools! Respectfully submitted, Beverly K. Hugo, Chair Heather Connolly, Vice Chair Donald Taggart III, Clerk Michelle Brosnahan Jim Kelly Dr. Eric Silverman Jim Stockless Casey Phalen, Student Representative Jake Binnall, Student Representative SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Framingham is growing. We continue to attract new families to Framingham. We are challenged to meet the need for seats in our elementary schools as well as to meet the program needs of our new students needing language and special education supports. We are working hard to improve and enhance our curriculum as we set higher academic standards for our schools and expectations for our students. We continue to focus our attention on improving student growth and moving our district ahead on the state accountability system and we are thoughtful and intentional about our future planning for the district, especially as we address the current and emerging needs of our students. Our elementary enrollment has increased such that the King School that was reopened in 2014 to relieve enrollment pressures in other elementary schools is projected to be at capacity without providing much relief to the other 8 elementary schools. As a result, we have had to create new classrooms in many schools and expand class sizes in existing classrooms to accommodate our new students. Many of our new students have significant gaps in their prior education while others have special needs that can best be met by out-of-district placements. While we have been successful in the past in developing in-district programs for these students, we no longer have space to house additional programs in our elementary schools. Our middle schools are beginning to see the impact of several years of increased elementary school enrollments with Cameron Middle School at capacity and Walsh Middle Schools nearing capacity. While Fuller Middle School may have space, its design does not support the team approach used in middle schools, nor does it have the “curb appeal” as a building having reached the end of its useful life as a school. Our High School is also experiencing significant new enrollment which presents a major challenge to the teachers and administrators who strive to meet the unique needs of every student at the school. The state of the district is strong. There is great anticipation and excitement as we learned we have been invited into the Massachusetts School Building Authority process for building a school to replace Fuller. The US News and World Reports announced their rankings from data on high schools within the United States and schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on their Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 167 performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. Framingham High School is ranked 36th within Massachusetts. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Framingham High School is 47%. There are 432 public high schools in the state of Massachusetts. There are over 21,000 public high schools in the United States and Framingham High School earned the US News and World Reports ranking of 760th and received a silver medal. Framingham Public Schools is one of 425 public school districts in the U.S. and Canada being honored by the College Board with placement on the 6th Annual Advanced Placement (AP)® District Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. There are approximately 13,588 public school districts in the United States alone. Reaching these goals indicates that a district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for the opportunity of AP. To be included on the 6th Annual Honor Roll, Framingham High School had to, since 2013, increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the number of students earning AP Exam scores of 3 or higher. Framingham High School is committed to expanding the availability of AP courses among prepared and motivated students of all backgrounds. Another success at Framingham High School is that it is one of 90 public high schools (out of approximately 21,000) schools in the country to have been selected by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) to participate in the 2015-2016 Global Navigator Scholarship Awards for summer study abroad. The Global Navigator Scholarships earmarked $20,000 in scholarship dollars for students from Framingham High School to make summer study abroad affordable, regardless of financial need. Science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) programming pioneers new methods of teaching that combine disciplines that have been isolated from one another under traditional educational models. STEAM has developed into a robust curriculum at King Elementary and Fuller Middle Schools. It is fascinating to watch students in collaboration with their peers, become divergent thinkers, problem solvers and learn perseverance which are life skills taught through STEAM learning. As employers seek employees who have developed these attributes, it will be that much more vital that our students are creative and critical thinkers and possess the skills they are looking for.  The Education Operations Office (EOO) has been working on revising the curriculum roll-outs using teacher feedback to allow teachers additional time to adapt and will hold a “Curriculum Coffee” at every elementary school this month in order to provide information and obtain wider feedback from teachers before finalizing the plan.  The elementary mathematics curriculum will be fully standards- based in 2016-17. Revisions in social studies curriculum at the middle school are taking place with the largest revision in grade 8 to include U.S. History and Civics.  We have established model classrooms for bilingual education through a grant with Framingham State University (FSU). Students at FSU will come and observe Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 168 teachers who are experts at providing instruction in bilingual education. While these are only a few of the many exciting things in motion at the Framingham Public Schools, I hope this gives you a sense that great things are happening, students are being challenged to excel as we continue to shape the lives of global citizens with 21st century skills. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT An Administrative Task Force has been developed this year to not only address the recommendations of the Framingham School Committee’s Communication and Public Relations Task Force, but to also sincerely improve the level of two-way communication with our students, staff, families and community. In Vision 2020: Excellence and Equity: A Strategic Plan for Achieving Educational Excellence in the Framingham Public Schools, our school community recognized the importance to “promote community support for a high-performing system with appropriate resources, strong partnerships and broad-based communication.” This is one of the three overarching goals of Framingham Public Schools. Focus has balanced between internal and external communications. In a school community as large and diverse as Framingham’s, designing/implementing systems of communication is a time consuming and multi-layered endeavor. The following include a few of the improvements already made: Sharpened existing website; Framingham Public Schools Facebook page has been created; Framingham Public Schools and School committee Twitter feeds have been created; Press Release processes have been revised; District and building emergency communication protocols have been developed; Post event communication with Framingham Police and Fire Departments has been refined; Connect-Ed call procedures have been refined and all anticipated calls have been pre-recorded in three languages; Continuous collaboration with Access Framingham staff has been established to develop educational programming for the Framingham community. The catalyst for improved communication is the implementation of the Framingham Public School website. The website will provide continuous and relevant information on which the school community and the community at large will come to rely. The website is scheduled for unveiling later this spring. Dr. Frank Tiano, Assistant Superintendent BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The School Business Office provides financial and administrative support to the overall educational program of the School Department. The primary function of the office is to provide accounting and oversight of the Town appropriated School Department Operating Budget, as well as Revolving and Special Funds. For the Fiscal Year 2014-15, the Operating Budget approved by Town Meeting was $109,368,801. The Business Office also manages seventy (70) Revolving and Special Funds of the School Department that total $8,900,000, ensuring that the collection, accounting and distribution of these funds conform to Town guidelines as well as sound business practices. Business Office staff serves thirty-seven (37) Responsibility Centers by processing 5,100 purchase orders with a value of Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 169 $39,800,000. The Business Office is also responsible for completing and submitting the annual End of Year Report to DESE which is the basis for the Town’s receipt of Chapter 70 Aid to Education that totaled $33,596,455 for FY15. Edward Gotgart, Chief Operating Officer Chuck Gallo, Director of Finance EDUCATIONAL OPERATIONS Major accomplishments for this department include continuous coaching of principals and school leadership teams around the development of School Improvement Plans and the revision and updating of the District Improvement Plan. The Ed Ops Department also organizes and manages the robust agenda for the Aspiring Leaders Academy. The cohort has enjoyed presentations by national and international speakers, including a lecture/roundtable discussion with Jonathan Kozol and a visit by Carlos Chardon, the former Secretary of Education of the Puerto Rico Department of Education as part of a joint effort with Framingham State University. The Office of Curriculum and Instruction is charged with the continual renewal of curriculum, promotion of high quality instructional practices, and overseeing state and local assessment systems for the district. These functions align with the District’s Vision 2020: Equity and Excellence for all students. Alignment to the Massachusetts State Frameworks is critical to the success of our students. The primary purpose of the revised Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks in English Language Arts/Mathematics is for all students in the Commonwealth to be college or career ready upon high school graduation. An expectation in all content areas is the facilitation of students’ ability to think and reason in order to synthesize complex information/texts from multiple sources, back up claims with evidence, demonstrate reasoning, analyze and interpret data, and engage in the standards of mathematical, and science and engineering practice. These practices foster the development of 21st century skills of communication and collaboration, raise expectations for all students and are consistent with sheltering instruction (SI) for English language learners. The Framingham English Language Arts curriculum is fully aligned with the 2011 MA Framework. Reading and writing are taught using balanced literacy practices, K-8, and through a sequence of four required high school courses. Literacy practices are also defined for the content areas of social studies and science. Social studies curriculum is currently being revised and rolled-out, K-8. History courses have been revised; three courses are required for graduation. The purpose of the Curriculum Management Team (CMT) is to support the mission and vision of the Framingham Public Schools and to make recommendations to the superintendent on matters pertaining to teaching and learning. The CMT oversees and guides all matters pertaining to teaching and learning, including curriculum, professional development, assessment, and integrating technology. It ensures quality, uniformity, and consistency in the content and delivery of instruction. With curriculum, assessment and professional development plans developed from previous years, Departmental Curriculum Committees (DCCs) were created this Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 170 year to begin the more content related work of the CMT. DCCs engage in tasks related to the review cycle in relationship to curriculum, professional development, technology, and assessment. The CMT meets throughout the year with a meeting schedule that dovetails with timelines dictated by the multi-year curriculum review cycle. SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM The Department of Special Education provides a broad array of services for students identified with disabilities from the ages of three through twenty-two. The referral, evaluation and placement procedures are governed by state and federal special education laws and regulations, namely, The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). Framingham Public Schools is committed to the goal of providing an appropriate education for students with special needs in the least restrictive setting. The following programs and services are offered by the Framingham Public Schools from Pre-School to High School: Resource Rooms/In-Class Support, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Physical Therapy, Teacher of the Visually Impaired, Orientation and Mobility, Adaptive Physical Education, Audiology Consultation, Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Applied Behavior Analysts. There are thirty-nine substantially separate classrooms in grades K-12. These students require comprehensive programming which is provided outside of the general education classroom for more than 60% of the school day. These classrooms are located at six of our Elementary Schools, all three Middle Schools along with the High School. This number also includes the New England Center for Children (NECC) Partnership classroom which provides programming for Framingham students who would otherwise by in an out of district placement. At the BLOCKS Pre-School, there are nine substantially separate classroom sessions. These students are also included in general education classes and ancillary activities at each building. Inclusion programs have been established at all levels using a variety of approaches throughout the District, including a grade level inclusion model. The grade level inclusion model maximizes the amount of supports that are provided in the classroom setting. In addition, some teachers who are dually licensed in Special Education and Elementary Education have full time responsibility for Inclusion classes at the elementary level. Framingham is a model for Pre-School programs for both children with special needs and typical children ages three to five. The placement of children with special needs in the Pre-School programs emphasizes language, communication and social skills development along with integration with non-special education peers. Framingham continues to see an increase in the number of children with Autism and Multiple Disabilities at the Pre-School level. There is a significant increase in the number of students identified with emotional disabilities at all levels. The severity of these disabilities presents challenges to the school district to develop new and innovative programs in order to support these students in the public schools. BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS The Department of Bilingual Education provides support and services to students Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 171 in grades preK-12 whose primary language is not English. This student group is often referred to as English Learners (EL). The primary goal of all bilingual programming is to provide specialized instruction in English language development to enable ELs to access the curriculum and achieve in an English dominant environment. Bilingual education is an umbrella term which encompasses a variety of different types of program models. In Framingham, models range from Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) to Two-Way Bilingual Education, to Transitional Bilingual Education (TBE), and include variations on each of these programs. ELD/ESL services must be provided to all ELs in district. In 2016, approximately 21% of the district’s population is actively monitored or receives direct services in English language development from the Bilingual Education Department. 38.8% of the total student population comes from a home where a language other than English is spoken. Due to the dedication of the staff and success of programming, FPS continues to be recognized as an educational leader in bilingual education. Our staff, from faculty to administration, is solicited for input across the state and plays an active role in Department of Elementary and Secondary Education sponsored initiatives for ELs. We have participated in various workshops and focus groups to lend a voice to policy matters through the Urban EL Director’s Network and have had staff both present and attend conferences at the national conferences on World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA), Massachusetts Association of Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages (MATSOL), Massachusetts Association of Bilingual Educators (MABE) and various other groups. We are also the host district for the DESE SEI Endorsement courses and the district’s EL coaches and director have provided training to over 330 teachers and administrators since 2013. The Bilingual Department also continues to lend its particular expertise to several committees in the district reviewing curriculum, assessment, intervention, literacy, and data relating to the education of all students in Framingham. Outreach to parents of ELLs is a major goal of our department. Framingham Public Schools is committed to supporting parents of English Language Learners in matters pertaining to their children’s education and in providing access to school-related events and activities. The Bilingual PAC Advisory Council (B-PAC) supports and carries out the work of the Bilingual PAC, Bilingual Education Department and school outreach to parents of ELs. During the 2015-2016 school year we joined forces and held successful parent events at Woodrow Wilson, Fuller and Framingham High School. The Bilingual Department in collaboration with the Title I office and the district’s CRD (Community Resource Development) sponsors summer programs for our students during the summer. All these events are funded by the Title III grant. The success of the town-wide B-PAC and the tireless efforts of the school district-wide B-PAC Advisory group reflect the extraordinary commitment of the Framingham community’s parents to the education of their children and strengthen the ongoing communication between school and home. OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY The Office of Technology (OT) is responsible for providing a technical foundation and vision to support the advanced learning environment of the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 172 21st century student and educator. The intent is to lead and collaborate across the spectrum of students, staff and district administration to meet both instructional and administrative goals of teaching and learning district-wide. The Office of Technology (OT) continued to enhance infrastructure and distribute technology to the hands of students and staff. Leveraging wireless technology and mobile devices, OT efforts is contributing to its enhancing the classroom learning environment across all schools. Over the past year, OT distributed Chromebooks across the district. At Fuller Middle School Grades 6-8 these Chromebooks were used to take online PARCC assessments. Other schools throughout the district, used them for research, MAP testing and various class activities. District-wide, OT continued to make enhancements to our network infrastructure. These enhancements include increased bandwidth from the schools to the internet and increased wireless coverage in the buildings. Also during this time, OT introduced KACE, Framingham Public School’s new Helpdesk system. Features include a self- service user portal in which users can create and monitor your OWN helpdesk ticket through email. With a continued focus on moving towards a digital environment, the Office of Technology continues to evaluate workflows and processes across the district in an effort to create a seamless flow of data and communications and reduce duplication of tasks. FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS Our arts education is flourishing and our kids continue to win local, regional and state awards in every art discipline. Grade five band classes are back in full force this year. Seventy–eight percent of our students are enrolled in band. These students were featured at the tree lighting in December and played along with their high school counterparts. Quaver Music rolled out as the K-5 Music curriculum and is being consistently taught across the district. Recorder is taught in Grade 3 across the district. Our grade four music students were treated to a performance by the Lexington Symphony and presented at Nevins Hall. Our high school Marching Band, Concert Band and Jazz Bands all won Silver and Gold Medals in a variety of regional festivals and several of our instrumental and vocal students were selected for District and All State recognition. Our FHS Show Choir entertains at local civic organizations throughout the year. New ensembles this year include a student organized Percussion Ensemble. Drama classes have been added to Fuller and Cameron to complete the circle started at Walsh. All three schools were nominated for several awards as a part of the Massachusetts Educational Theater Awards and Walsh was recognized as the best middle school musical in the state for its production of Shrek. All three Middle Schools were received multiple awards for excellence in acting and design and gold and silver medals as a part of the METG Middle School Theater Festival. Framingham High school continues to place in the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild festival and this year also won first place in the monologue competition, make-up design competition and honorable mentions in set design and logo design. Framingham High School Drama Company continues its outreach to the community by inviting our seniors from Farm Pond and the Callahan Center to attend shows for free and providing Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 173 Theater for Young audience performances for our elementary school students at no charge. TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT The Transportation Department provides a vital service for the Framingham Public Schools. Over five thousand nine hundred public school students utilize bus transportation on a daily basis. The transportation office continues to work diligently to ensure our students safe and efficient transport. Massachusetts General Law requires the School Departments to provide transportation to all children outside two miles of each respective district school in grades K - 6. To that end, Framingham provides school transportation to over one hundred and twenty-five students in non- public schools in Framingham. Due to budget constraints, the School Department moved to a fee-based transportation program twelve years ago for those students in grades 7 – 12. The district does have limited seats available for purchase for students who live within 2 miles for grades K – 12. The District’s Transportation Department successfully will enter into our first year of a new five year contract with Durham School Services beginning on July 1, 2016. The Transportation Department works closely with the Framingham Police Department's Safety Division, the Framingham Fire Department and the Department of Public Works. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS The Buildings and Grounds Department currently maintains 16 school-owned buildings comprised of 1,655,076 square feet of building space and 265 acres of grounds, including athletic playing fields, paved driveways, walkways, parking lots and wooded areas. The department employs 63 custodians, 9 maintenance personnel, 3 office support staff, a maintenance foreman and a director. Department objectives are as follows: Adhere to safety and health standards, provide cleaning and maintenance inside and outside of building structures, ensure security of buildings, plan for and monitor efficient use of buildings, provide year-round maintenance of grounds. In addition to routine maintenance and cleaning of all buildings, the Buildings and Grounds Department oversees and coordinates the following: All applicable federal, state, local and district inspections including: Town of Framingham building inspections, fire alarm inspections and elevator inspections are performed annually. Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are on file in the Senior Custodians office as well as the Buildings and Grounds Office. Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) reports (6 month and 3 year), Annual filings of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plans in compliance with the Children’s and Families Protection Act are also on file in the Senior Custodians Office as well as the Buildings and Grounds Office. Lead in drinking water testing is conducted in coordination with the Town of Framingham DPW. Grease trap inspections, playground inspections gymnasium equipment inspections, stage curtain rigging inspections, Custodial and maintenance Staff Right to Know Laws and Monthly Pest Inspections are performed. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 174 THE DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Family and Community Engagement (FACE) is the department responsible for supporting meaningful engagement opportunities among schools, parents and members of the Framingham Community. These engagement opportunities are tailored to support and increase academic achievement for Framingham Public School students. There are five main areas under the umbrella of Family and Community Engagement: Parent Information Center (PIC), Early Childhood Alliance of Framingham (ECAF), McKinney Vento Homeless Education Assistance, Framingham Adult ESL+ and the Compliance of the Compulsory Attendance Law. The Parent Information Center (PIC) is the area devoted to registration and school assignment for all students who attend Framingham Public Schools. In order to fulfill PIC’s mission of providing students and families with a one stop shop that offers enrollment and placement services for all qualified students into Framingham Public Schools, staff members of PIC work closely with other departments in the district including: Transportation, Health Services, Food Services, Technology, Special Education, Office of Bilingual Education and district leadership. In addition, PIC also works closely with Framingham pre-schools, head start, daycare centers as well as community-based agencies. Along with the support of other departments, PIC provides the following services: the FACE of the Framingham Public Schools to new and existing families enrolled in the school district and providing critical resources and information to all families; registration and placement for all students entering grades K-12; processing student transportation applications and transportation fees; processing student transfer requests; processes placements for English Language Learner and Special Education students; reviews all medical and immunization requirements. The Early Childhood Alliance of Framingham (ECAF) is a collaboration of community advocates who believe in and actively promote early education. ECAF’s Vision: Framingham is a welcoming community for families and professionals that provides access to comprehensive resources and support for the healthy growth and development of our children. The Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Program is a program that supports families, educators and community agencies in identifying and locating resources for parents and young children birth through age eight. The Parent Child Home Program a nationally recognized early literacy program that provides home visits to teach early literacy activities to families with young children ages 18 months to three years old. Provider and Educator Support Services ensures access to opportunities for early childhood directors and educators to receive, share and exchange information through a variety of means such as: directors’ collaborative, email and peer-to- peer support networks, curriculum exchanges, guest speakers and ongoing communication providing linkages to community, regional and statewide resources. The McKinney Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act (1987) is a federal law that ensures immediate enrollment and educational stability for homeless children and youth. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 175 Framingham Public Schools has a McKinney Vento Homeless Education Liaison. The local liaison serves as one of the primary contacts between homeless families and school staff, district personnel, shelter workers, and other service providers. The liaison coordinates services to ensure that homeless children and youth enroll in school and have the opportunity to succeed academically. The homeless liaison assures expedited support and placement to families covered under this act by providing immediate school placement based on the best interest of the student; immediate transportation assistance; immediate assistance with locating required registration documents before and after placement; support with community resources to help meet the student’s and family needs. Parents/ guardians and unaccompanied youth are fully informed of all transportation services, including transportation to and from the school of origin, and are assisted in accessing transportation services; enrollment disputes are mediated in accordance with the requirements of the McKinney-Vento Act; Collaborating and coordinating with State Coordinators for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth and community and school personnel responsible for providing education and related support services to homeless children and youth. FACE also oversees the Supervisor of Attendance, who is responsible for ensuring that students attend school regularly. The supervisor of attendance is also responsible for providing support and recommending resources to students with attendance concerns. FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESLPlus Framingham Adult ESL Plus provides critical educational support for parents of children in The Framingham Pubic Schools and for other adults new to the Framingham community. Improving the English language skills of adults, helps to improve educational outcomes for their children, strengthens the local economy, and improves the communicative health of the district as a whole. In 2015 Framingham Adult ESL Plus enrolled 1400 students over the course of two semesters. Students from more than 40 countries attended morning and evening English as a Second Language classes, citizenship classes, and High School Equivalency classes. An additional 200 students participated in volunteer-led preparation classes. The program also provides computer assisted instruction as well as advising support. In 2015 Framingham Adult ESL Plus met or exceeded all of the Performance Standards set by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Average attendance was over 86%, far exceeding even the advanced DESE standard of 77%. Framingham Adult ESL Plus also maintains high student retention levels which are a clear indicator of student satisfaction. Over the past decade, students have stayed with the program for an average of more than three and a half semesters, almost enough time for a bachelor’s degree. 2015 saw a continued shift in the diversity of our student population. Portuguese speakers now represent 55% of students. The number of Spanish speakers has risen to 26%. Chinese, Arabic, Russian and French Creole speakers are also well- represented in the program. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 176 Framingham Adult ESL Plus is fortunate to 2015 was also the 31st year of operation for Framingham Adult ESL Plus. What began as a grass roots town meeting effort has become a strong and vital part of the Framingham School Department and the community as a whole. GIFTED AND TALENTED DEPARTMENT/SAGE SERVICES Sage services work in collaboration with other school departments to differentiate curriculum and instruction for students so they may maximize their potential. Two methods are used to deliver services: Classroom Integration Grades K-8 and/or Pull-out Services Grades 2-8. Sage services exist in all elementary and middle schools. The integration component not only provides for the modifications necessary for the individual needs of identified students, it also provides opportunities for thinking skill development for all students. The Sage staff serves as a resource for classroom teachers providing materials, lessons, and learning centers based on the integration of thinking skills and differentiated practices into the grade level content. The pull-out component is developed in a prescriptive sense to address and support the needs of identified students. In this setting, Sage provides a differentiated program of work which is based on abstract thinking skills, independent investigation, thinking skill behaviors, and skills for self-help. Sage classes are interdisciplinary in nature, involve thematic study that is based on Common Core standards and is part of the core academic program essential for proper growth and development. To promote quality educational practices across the curriculum and throughout the district to maximize student potential, the Sage Department: focuses on the academic, social, and emotional characteristics of gifted and talented learners to address their unique learning needs; utilizes data to target and engage all learners; infuses critical and creative thinking skills to increase the level of cognitive complexity; provides training to and partner with classroom teachers, specialists and support staff to differentiate instruction; fosters strategies to facilitate student motivation, perseverance, tolerance for rigor, and productivity, and; identifies and promotes best practices to cultivate high standards, high engagement and high performance within a growth mindset for best results. JOSEPH P. KEEFE REGIONAL TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL 750 Winter Street, Framingham, MA | 508-416-2100 | info@jpkeefehs.org This annual report is prepared by Superintendent /Director, Jonathan Evans, and composed on behalf of the members of the School Committee of the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District and submitted after review and approval by the full Committee in compliance with the provisions of the Agreement among the towns of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton and Natick. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 177 This report reviews from the perspective of the Committee the principal items with which the Committee was concerned during the year. It is a representative account of matters solely within the policy making authority of the Committee and also of matters which the Superintendent/Director brought before the Committee for information and consultation. For greater detail and discussion the reader should read the extended minutes of Committee meetings and the attachments thereto which are available at the school office. In addition to a public high school, the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District provides continuing education opportunities for adults through the Keefe at Night program as well as Summer Discover, a summer program for area youth. The Committee acknowledges with great appreciation the service of its Recording Secretary, Elaine O’Toole, whose careful recording of the minutes of the committee meetings makes possible the preparation of this annual report. The Committee reorganized on July 20, 2015 with officers elected unanimously to the following positions: Chair: Michael Rossi (Framingham) Vice-Chair: Edward Burman (Ashland) Secretary: Sarah Commerford (Holliston) Assistant Treasurer: John H. Evans (Framingham) Staff members working on behalf of the District and School Committee are Elaine O’Toole, Recording Secretary and Jack Keating, Treasurer. The balance of this report presents a summary of the discussions and actions of the Committee on a number of the important matters brought before the Committee for advice or action. Community Engagement Staff and students of Keefe Regional Technical School participated in many community projects throughout the school district member towns. Examples of these activities include: Carpentry- Framingham MWRTA – Built bus shelter Hopkinton Historical Society – Built and installed a quilt box Town of Natick – Built 65 4’x10’ Planter boxes Town of Framingham – Roof re-shingling Town of Natick – Built a door for noise reduction Cosmetology- Framingham Salvation Army – Cosmetology services for eight people in need (twice) Hopkinton Senior Center – Manicures Ashland Senior Center – Manicures (twice) Valley Farm Assisted Living, Ashland – Manicures on two occasions Electrical- Framingham Parks & Rec. Maintenance Building – Wired a 40 amp 240 volt compressor; Repaired circuits Bowditch Field – Replaced ground flood light; Time clocks and relays for fields; Light fixture repair Framingham Maintenance Building – Replaced photo-eyes Hopkinton House Project – Wired heating system Keefe Tech – Repaired parking lot light fixtures Health- Bethany Health Care Ctr., Framingham – Clinical hours and manicures; Caroling in December Metrowest Blood Donor Room, Framingham – Blood Drives October and April Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 178 Callahan Center, Framingham - Jewels Birthday Party for all 90+ year olds Pearl Street Cupboard and Café – Volunteered the day before Thanksgiving; Volunteer to serve monthly Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Natick – Pennies for Patients – raised money for the cause National Brain Tumor Society – Boston Brain Tumor Walk National Alzheimer’s Association – Walk to End Alzheimer’s Worcester County Karen Spilka Health Fair – Volunteers Aeropostle “Teens for Jeans” – Collect jeans for local youth experiencing homelessness Landscape and Design- Cushing Park, Framingham – Grounds cleaning Ashland State Park – Maintenance work Plumbing- Hopkinton House Project – Installed plumbing and heating system Metal Fabrication- Ashland Police Department – Fabricated a battering Ram Graphic Communication - Printing for 13 Schools within the District Town of Ashland – Business Cards Town of Framingham – Banners and posters for voter registration Natick Family Promise Metrowest – Banners; Training guides Hopkinton Metrowest Symphony Orchestra – Concert programs C.A. Dunning School, Framingham – School Directory Framingham High School – Hall Passes; Guidance Passes; Transcript Request Forms; Attendance Forms Framingham Police – Mission Statement Signs; 9x12 envelopes Framingham Rotary – Banners, signs, flyers, pamphlets, stickers, post cards In addition, in June Keefe Regional Technical School hosted a breakfast for the Community Based Justice Program (CBJ) that included District Attorney Marian Ryan, Judges, Probation, School Officials and area Police Departments. It should also be noted that all five district town high school’s swimming teams practice and compete at the Keefe swimming pool. The pool is also used by the Framingham and Natick Park and Recreation Departments. Administration In 2015, Jonathan Evans completed his second year in the role of Superintendent Director, with 20 years of service to the district. The School Committee adopted goals for the Superintendent’s performance evaluation period from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. The goals adopted related to the following: Policy Review, Budget Analysis, Recruitment, and Advanced Placement (AP) Programming. The Committee completed its periodic evaluation of the Superintendent’s accomplishments against established goals and desired qualities established in the DESE Rubric and found him to be Proficient in all areas. The complete record of this evaluation is a public document that will be available at the South Middlesex Regional School District Superintendent’s Office. School Improvement Plans The School Improvement Plan for the 2015-2016 school year embodies specific performance objectives as follows: 1) Create Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) to involve teachers in a yearlong discussion on analysis of different instructional strategies, 2) In Algebra I, review and update textbooks, materials, and curriculum to reflect the incremental steps necessary to prepare for Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 179 a stronger mathematical foundation, 3) During the 2015-2016 school year, members of the Admissions Team will continue to revise strategies for the enrollment and retention of students, 4) During the 2015-2016 school year, students in grades 9-12 will demonstrate increased behaviors that are commonly associated with being successful including: self-management skills, social skills, and readiness to learn, 5) During the 2015- 2016 school year, we will continue to analyze attendance data and include tardiness to school to determine patterns and trends and increase proactive strategies regarding consistent school attendance for students in all grade levels, 6) During the course of the 2015-2016 school year, the CTE instructors will improve their recruiting efforts through the development of initiatives that will promote, enhance and create real impact to increase enrollment at the school, 7) During the 2015-2016 school year, the Special Education Department will continue implementation of a tiered and systematic approach to intervention, prevention, early detection, and support for students who experience learning or behavioral challenges by expanding this process with training and implementation of both Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS). The Professional Development Program for 2015 involved numerous offerings designed to enhance the educational experiences of students. The following list of topics were addressed: Writing across the curriculum in CTE classes, Differentiation, Formative Assessment, Instructional Strategies for Student Engagement, Instructional Technology, Classroom Strategies for ELL Students, Culturally Responsive Instruction, Mass Tiered System of Support and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). The Committee reviewed the progress toward the goals of the 2014 -2015 School Improvement Plan. The report of Principal Snow noted tangible specific improvements in: 1) Offered professional development for teachers based on training and support as determined by the evaluation process, 2) Strengthened the instructional strategies of all teachers to accommodate different student learning styles and needs, 3) Transitioned to Naviance, a web-based college and career planning program, 4) Analyzed attendance data for trends and patterns in order to offer more timely interventions, 5) Implemented common district determined measures with pre and post assessments for all CTE areas and 6) The Special Education Department implemented a tiered system of intervention, prevention, early detection and support for students who experience learning of behavioral challenges and adheres with the Massachusetts Tiered System of Support. Handbook The Committee approved revisions to the Student Handbook that had previously been approved by the School Council. Added to the handbook was the requirement for students to earn a minimum average to be eligible for summer school courses, and the area of school discipline was updated pursuant to MGL c. 71 §37, 37H ½ , 37H ¾, which outlines provisions of communication, due process and the continuation of educational services in student discipline. The Budget Process The Budget Sub-Committee members Ed Burman (Chair), Myra Bushell, Larry Cooper, Mia Crandall, Tassos Filledes, and Barry Sims are beginning the FY17 budget development process. In 2015, the Superintendent continued the practice of communicating early in the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 180 budget process with the financial officers of the member towns to develop mutual awareness of both municipal budget constraints and the efforts of the Committee to manage the school efficiently and effectively while recognizing those limitations. The Committee continued to consider reductions in the preliminary budget and the budget of $17,640,054 as submitted to the member towns for FY16 was approved by all. Auditor’s Report The annual audit by the independent accounting firm of McCarthy & Hargrave is in the process of preparing the financial statements for committee review. During the preliminary process no material findings were reported. It is expected that the audit report that calculates our energy project will meet the stipulated guarantee benchmarks for the 2014-2015 year. Business Office The Business Office staff of the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District continues to provide efficiencies within the daily operations. The MSBA roof project closeout was completed and included within the annual audit. New state-wide reporting software and Middlesex Retirement System was converted. The Human Resource Department conducted extensive maintenance and partnered with the financial software company to be in compliance with ACA reporting. A regional transportation and OPEB Trust Fund were established. Enrollment, Recruiting and Student Retention Keefe Regional Technical School is a school of application. Maintaining a healthy enrollment of students for our day school operation is essential for our financial support and overall operational success. The Superintendent has indicated that he believes that the quality and rigor of our school programs and the safety and culture of our school environment will lead to our success in attracting students and their families to Keefe Regional Technical School. The Superintendent has emphasized that the administration, faculty and support staff must work together to ensure that Keefe Regional Technical School continues to be recognized by our community as a career and technical school of high quality. In the fall of 2015, we enhanced our recruitment efforts to include a two hour showcase visit for all 1800 8th grade students from the public schools in our district. The enrollment on October 1, 2015 was 709 students reflecting stable enrollment as compared to the prior year. Buildings and Grounds Keefe Regional Technical School has been occupied continuously since September 1973. The facility is used not only during the school day and year but also evenings, weekends and during the summer months. An extensive upgrade of the energy systems (HVAC and lighting), completed in 2007, has resulted in the replacement of major mechanical components controlled by a comprehensive energy management system. The project has resulted in a significant reduction in total utility expenditures. Facility upgrades that were completed in 2015 include replacement of all student cafeteria tables and chairs, extensive HVAC and electrical upgrades, replacement of furniture and equipment in several classrooms and CTE Programs (grant funds), creation of a lactation space compliant with US Department of Labor Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 181 regulations, replacement of all exterior lighting fixtures with high output, energy efficient LED components, completion of several large-scale repair and painting projects, renovation of unused classroom space for a new art class elective, the addition of six cameras and a sixteen channel DVR to the existing surveillance system, an independent review and downsizing of the Library/Resource Center collection to allow for planned renovation and the addition of twenty four paved parking lot spaces. The Vehicles purchased in 2015 include a Ford F-250 pickup with plow attachment, a Kubota tractor and utility trailer for the Horticulture Program/Grounds Maintenance Department and a 14 passenger Ford minibus. Facility projects identified for future consideration include replacing suspended ceiling systems, renovating the Resource Center, repairing and sealing the parking lot, repairing/updating the auditorium lighting system, replacing the emergency generator, expanding the surveillance system, sealing metal walls and window frames, pressure washing and sealing the exterior building concrete and renovating areas of the building to create a pottery studio and a music room. Student Achievement The District received from the DESE its annual report detailing Keefe’s 2015 Accountability Data. Compared to last year, the number of students in the Advanced and Proficient categories increased in both English Language Arts and Math. As a result of the increase in student performance and other indicators, Keefe Technical School was informed that according to the 5-level scaling systems created by the DESE under the accountability and assistance levels, Keefe has been categorized as a Level 1 school. This rating recognizes the steady progress Keefe is making concerning the educational achievement of the students. On Wednesday February 25th, 2015, 704 students competed in the SkillsUSA District Competition held at Keefe Regional Technical School. Of the competitors, 96 were from Keefe Regional Technical School. Keefe earned 8 Gold, 12 Silver and 6 Bronze medals. On May 1st, at the SkillsUSA State Competition held at Blackstone Valley Technical School in Upton, MA, our 20 competitors earned 5 Gold Medals. The National SkillsUSA Conference was held in Louisville, KY on June 25th. Of the 5 competitors, 1 received the Bronze Medal in the Nursing Assistant competition. General Advisory Board The General Advisory Board consists of the Chair of each Vocational Advisory Board. The General Board summarizes and brings to the attention of the Administration and the School Committee observations and recommendations of the advisory boards. The points noted for the current year include: the need to continually align the curriculum with changes in technology; outreach to bring Keefe’s program to potential students; increasing opportunities for students and employers in the co-op program and the success we have had for employment; successful pursuit of grant funding for state of the art career and technical equipment; and maintaining the license status of student professional programs that advance Keefe students’ career and technical entry opportunities. New School Committee Member In May of 2015, after 15 years of dedicated service representing the Town of Framingham, Mr. Nelson Goldin Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 182 retired from the School Committee. Myra Bushell has been elected as Framingham’s new representative. Respectfully submitted, Jonathan Evans Superintendent-Director SOUTH MIDDLESEX REGIONAL VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE ASHLAND Edward Burman William N. Gaine, Jr. FRAMINGHAM Michael Rossi - Chairman John Kahn Linda Fobes James Cameau A.J. Mulvey John Evans Larry Cooper Myra Bushell HOPKINTON Mia Crandall Ruth Knowles HOLLISTON Sarah Commerford Barry Sims NATICK Tassos Filledes Dr. Stephen Kane FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 49 Lexington St. (Main) | 508-532-5570 | library.public@framinghamma.gov Advancements in technology, increases in programming, changes in organizational structure, disaster preparedness and response, and significant progress constructing the new Christa McAuliffe Branch Library highlighted a very successful 2015 at the Framingham Public Library. Building the New Christa McAuliffe Library The Library Building Committee, working closely with our project architects, Owner’s Project Manager, Town officials, and our General Contractor worked steadily to throughout the year to keep the nearly eight million dollar project on schedule. General Contractor Lupachino & Salvatore Inc. of Bloomfield CT. would live up to their reputation for excellence and attention to detail. Weekly progress meetings assured that issues and concerns were addressed thoroughly and that they would not adversely impact our stated goal to have the new branch open to our patrons in early 2016. Owner’s Project Manager, Design Technique, Inc. of Newburyport, MA would continually prove to be an invaluable member of the Library’s building team. The OPM’s role is to bring exceptional knowledge of the construction industry to the project and to assist the Owner (Town of Framingham) with all facets of the construction process. Design Technique, Inc. would do this throughout 2015 contributing greatly to a project that is “on budget” and “on time.” Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 183 We are most appreciative of the continuing support and cooperation the project received from Town Departments, Boards and Commissions as we worked through the early construction process. We are especially appreciative of the professional attention and support from the Town of Framingham Planning Board, Town Counsel, Town Building Inspector, Conservation Commission, Fire Department, and the Finance and Procurement Division. At several points throughout the year each of these “partners” made invaluable contributions to the success of the project. Mr. Jim Paolini, Director of Town Facilities and Capital Projects, also brought his considerable experience with the construction industry to the project throughout the year. With numerous Town-wide responsibilities vying for his attention, Mr. Paolini would faithfully attend weekly progress meetings and commit to memory the copious details of the project. Several committees worked diligently throughout the year to fulfill their respective responsibilities. Library Building Chair Sam Klaidman would appoint Library Trustee Ruth Winett to lead the committee working with Interior Designer Betsy Ricciarelli to select the furnishings for the new library. Library Technology Administrator Alan Mandel would provide the vision and leadership required to secure the technology resources that patrons and staff would anticipate having in a new library. Assistant Library Director Lena Kilburn, working with Ms. Winett and others, would be charged with developing vibrant and informative signage that assists patrons in navigating the new library. This committee was also charged with designing plagues that would properly recognize the many individuals, institutions and companies that made generous financial contributions to the project. Finally, Library Trustee Jan Harrington and Branch Manager Nancy Gentile were charged to assemble a committee that would design and install a “commemorative display” that would inform, or further educate, all who entered the Library as to the building’s namesake, and why thirty, forty, or fifty- years after the Challenger disaster, Christa McAuliffe still inspires all of us. Meanwhile, the Framingham Public Library Foundation continued to work energetically to reach their goal of raising $600,000 in support of this project. We are appreciative to all that gave generously to the project and to everyone that attended the numerous fundraising events sponsored by the Foundation. On January 31st the Foundation celebrated a construction milestone by inviting Framingham citizens to affix their signatures to the final steel beam to be hoisted and installed in the new library. Over 700 people, of all ages, would attend the “Sign the Beam!” event, leaving behind a lasting imprint on their future library. Please visit the Foundation’s link on the Library’s web page to learn how your generosity can help us reach our goal. Organizational Changes Assistant Library Director Jane Peck left us to become Library Director at Regis College her Alma mater. Jane served the Library well in this position and for many years was the Branch Manager at the Christa McAuliffe Library. We thank Jane for her years of service and wish her the very best in her new position. In October, assistant Branch Manager Lena Kilburn was promoted to Assistant Library Director. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 184 Rising to the Challenge On October 17th an electrical explosion occurred at the Main Library while work was being performed to install new boilers. The damage to the Library’s electrical system was extensive. Direct damage to the facility was confined to the Electrical Room, although black soot from the incident migrated throughout the library via the ventilation system. It was determined that the building would not be occupied for several months. As 2015 came to a close the Main Library remained close awaiting final determinations of the extent of the damage and settlement of insurance claim issues. Library staff have been relocated to the Technology Lab at Town Hall. We are grateful for this space that was provided us by the Town Technology Services Department within hours of the explosion. On November 9th a temporary “Pop Up” library was established in the former St. Stephens School Building located at 25 Clinton Street just two blocks from the Main Library. Library staff rallied to make this space a library for our patrons. While the space is small, there are collections, computers and most importantly talented and dedicated staff working diligently to provide essential library services. We are most grateful for the outpouring of support and encouragement we have received from our colleagues in town government and from so many citizens of the Town. Unique Programs and Services The Library continued its long tradition of addressing the unique needs of a diverse community with specialized services. The Library’s Homework Center continued to offer free tutoring and homework to all Framingham students, elementary through high school. This afterschool program has assisted hundreds of students with school assignments while reinforcing the Library’s role as an essential resource in their educational pursuits. The Literacy Unlimited program provides a solid, comprehensive program for training and supporting volunteers to teach basic reading, writing and/or math skills to adult learners, including those for whom, English is a foreign language. Dedicated to increasing public awareness of the need to eliminate illiteracy in our community and expanding the availability of educational programs that accomplish this. The program is based on the belief that literacy strengthens society and promotes equality among its members. Reaching out to the Community The Library collaborated with many organizations responding to community needs and providing a wide variety of educational and enriching programs. This year, 9,102 people attended 267 Library sponsored adult programs at the Main Library. Highlights of the year included the expanding community participation in our two Lifelong Learning Programs that are in collaboration with Framingham State University. Our Lifelong Learning Lecture Series presented 20 lectures by scholars from the University as well as other colleges and universities in the area. Lectures on a variety of topics were given on Thursday evenings at the Library and attendance once again increased dramatically over the previous year. The daytime classes for seniors, held on Tuesdays in March and October were so popular that we had to limit registration. More than 200 seniors participated in each of the October and March programs. Support for this project was generously provided in part through the generosity of its membership. The Danforth Museum, the Boys and Girls Club, and the Callahan Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 185 Senior Center collaborated in the success this program. The Library’s adult programming was once again diverse and attracted large and enthusiastic audiences. Our goal is to provide a variety of cultural and informational programs that educate, entertain and enrich our audiences. Our Friday Night Film Series regularly attracts large and enthusiastic crowds. Our Sunday Concert Series and Summer Concert Series provide a variety of classical and popular music with emerging artists that often attracts capacity crowds. The new “Brown Bag Learning Series” is an informal lunch time program featuring speakers from local businesses and organizations. We appreciate the efforts of our local media, newspapers, email lists and online media in helping us publicize our programs to the community. Thanks to the many volunteers who have assisted Library staff in making these programs possible and especially to the Friends of the Framingham Library who financially support our efforts. We also appreciate the financial support from local businesses, the Framingham Cultural Council and several local foundations that have helped defray the costs of programming. Contributions from local markets, especially Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, have enabled us to serve refreshments at adult programs. Friends of the Library The Friends of the Framingham Library Association, Inc. continued their long tradition of dedicated work on behalf of the Library. The Friends, through their monthly book sales, raised thousands of dollars to support collections, programs and special projects. There are numerous and rewarding volunteer opportunities that will fit just about anyone’s schedule. Please consider joining this essential organization! Library Trustee News In April 2015, incumbents Maria Barry, Eric Doherty, Jan Harrington and Nancy Coville-Wallace were re-elected to serve as Trustees for three-year terms. In May 2015, the Trustees elected the following officers: Eric Doherty, Chair; Elizabeth Roy, Vice-Chair; Maria Barry, Secretary; and Arthur Finstein, Treasurer. The other trustees are, Robert Dodd, Elizabeth Fideler, Sam Klaidman, Jo- Anne Thompson, Christopher Walsh and Ruth Winett. We appreciate Town Meeting’s recognition of the importance of our libraries to citizens of all ages. We also appreciate the ongoing support of the Board of Selectmen, Town Manager, Assistant Town Manager, Chief Financial Officer, Town Counsel, the collegiality and support of other Town Departments. We also appreciate the support of the Finance Committee, The Planning Board and the Standing Committee on Education, Capital Budgets, Disability, Ways and Means and other committees. Respectfully submitted, For the Board of Library Trustees Mark J. Contois, Director of Libraries Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Education and Libraries 186 GENERAL COMMITTEES CABLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE | CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE | CULTURAL COUNCIL CUSHING CHAPEL ADVISORY COMMITTEE | DISABILITY COMMISSION | EDGELL GROVE CEMETERY TRUSTEES FINANCE COMMITTEE | GOVERNMENT STUDY COMMITTEE | HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION | HISTORICAL COMMISSION | HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION | REAL PROPERTY COMMITTEE | TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Cable Advisory Committee The Cable Advisory Committee took the following actions:  We are negotiating and expect a signed a signed renewal of Town’s franchise agreement with Comcast, which expire June 2016.  Concluded the ascertainment process to determine Framingham’s needs for a new franchise agreement with Comcast.  We assisted Framingham residents with repair and billing issues on their cable TV service.  Successfully negotiated a free cable drop and an Internet access link at the new McAuliffe branch library. The members of the Cable Advisory Committee are: W. Peter Barnes, Annabel Dodd (Chair), Ron Rego, Norma Shulman and Mort Shuman. Capital Budget Committee The Capital Budget Committee (CBC) consists of six Town Meeting Members appointed by the Town Moderator, and one representative from the Finance Committee. The role of the CBC is to recommend to Town Meeting for approval all capital projects with a cost of at least $25,000 and an expected useful life of five years. The CBC receives the recommended capital budget items from the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ninety days prior to the start of the Annual Town Meeting. The CBC then meets with the CFO to discuss the recommended items as well as an extensive review of the capital needs of the town and schools. After this review, the CBC meets with representatives of each department to discuss their recommended capital requests in depth. The CBC then votes on whether to recommend each individual request to Town Meeting for their approval. The CBC also presents the results of their deliberations to the Finance Committee and the Standing Committee on Ways and Means before the start of the Annual Town Meeting. Jeanne Bullock (Chair), Kevin Crotty (Vice Chair), Richard Weader (Clerk), Dan Rao, Ed Kross, Michael Cannon and Betty Funk (FinCom Representative) Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 187 Framingham Cultural Council The FCC is responsible for making final decisions on how to best serve the cultural needs of Framingham in selecting grant recipients and the amount of each grant. For 2016 the Massachusetts Cultural Council gave the FCC $20,300. We also received $4,500 from corporate donations and used funds from the Framingham Bracelet Account to grant a total of $27,702 to 31 applicants including 5 subsidies for school children to attend cultural events. The 2015 FCC Bill Collins Memorial Arts Scholarship was awarded to Kyra Kabler, a student graduating from the Framingham High School who will attend Hampshire College in Amherst MA. Visit the Framingham Cultural website at: mass-culture.org/Framingham to learn more about scholarships and grant programs. Respectfully submitted, Diane M. Hartung, Chair; Esther Powell, Vice-Chair; Mary Jane Dotson, Clerk; Joel Winett, Treasurer; and members Norma Kent, Judy Levine., Katie O’Callaghan, and Kathryn Sucich. Cushing Chapel Advisory Committee The Cushing Chapel Committee has been working at keeping the chapel busy with weddings and other functions. The chapel is available for rental by contacting the Facilities Management Department. Make an appointment to see inside this historic building. Framingham Disability Commission Members: Karen Foran Dempsey (Chair), Susie Santone (Vice Chair), Elise Marcil (Clerk), Rose Quinn (Treasurer), Craig Coleman, Kathie McCarthy, Dennis Moran. In April, the Disability Commission hosted a training with the MA Architectural Access Board (AAB) at Town Hall. This training was attended by many town employees as well as employees from neighboring towns and several private companies. Also in April, the Commission submitted an article for Town Meeting to amend its Bylaw reducing the number of Commissioners from nine (9) to seven (7). In July, some Commissioners attended the grand opening ceremony of the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA/ MW Ride) at their new, wonderful facility on Blandin Ave. July 26, 2015 marked the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a Civil Rights Law. Many disability organizations and advocates came together in Boston for this historic day. Many guest presenters attended our meetings to update us on their access plans. Some of our guests included :  Jim Duane, Director Parks & Rec., Jim Snyder, Deputy Director & Tom Begin, Operations Manager – regarding Loring Arena Design & Butterworth Park  Bob Halpin, Town Manager - Update on Village Hall & Athenaeum Hall  Ron Rego, Dir. of Media Services  Brad Bauler & Ray Marchand, Standing Comm. on Public Safety re the Housing Court Resolution  Michelle LeMonde-McIntyre, Framingham Public Library regarding Accessible Workstation at the McAuliffe Library Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 188 In August, the Commission began working with the Access Compliance Inspector, a newly created position within the Building Department. We work with the Inspector on important access issues including AAB complaints and variances. As a result, we were able to review and respond to all variance requests with a greater understanding of how the variance process works. Again this past fall, the Commission was happy to allocate funds from the HP Fine account in the amount of $4,500 to the Piers Park Adaptive Sailing Youth Program. This eight week long program taught kids with Disabilities how to sail. We want to send a special thank you and goodbye to Jennifer Thompson, the former Asst. Town Manager & ADA Coordinator who was a great help in supporting us. In September, we began working with James Duane who became the Asst. Town Manager & ADA Coord. We will continue to work closely with the BoS, Town Meeting, Town Manager, Schools & town depts.., to ensure that the Town is in compliance with State (AAB) and Federal (ADA) access laws and that they will continue to implement changes outlined ten years ago, in the 2005 ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan. Sincerely, Karen Foran Dempsey Chair Disability Commission Edgell Grove Cemetery and Mausoleum Edgell Grove Cemetery and Mausoleum had a very successful year as the community becomes familiar with the beautiful grounds and peaceful setting. We had 58 full burials, 44 cremation burials, 74 plot sales, 4 mausoleum sales, 3 mausoleum interments and 6 chapel rentals. Progress has been made on the mapping system and is still on-going. With Kathy Griffith leaving, Dennis Cardiff has come on board. He brings his financial and business background. The board was reorganized with Barbara Ford as Chair, Susan Silva as Vice Chair, Dennis Cardiff as Treasurer, John Silva as Secretary and Peter Whiting. Finance Committee The Finance Committee is comprised of nine members appointed by the Town Moderator for a term of three years. It recommends action to the Town Meeting regarding the budget and other areas of finance. Other key responsibilities include authorizing disbursements from the Reserve Fund for emergency expenses, authorizing deficit spending for emergency winter-related expenses, approving the expenditure ceiling for revolving funds and monitoring the Town’s annual audit. The workload for the Finance Committee requires a commitment of significant time from the volunteers who serve on it. In FY 2015, the Finance Committee met 23 times, and participated in the Annual Town Meeting and one Special Town Meeting. Members often have significant responsibilities beyond regular Finance Committee meetings. The Committee provides representatives to the Real Property and Capital Budget committees under Town bylaws. The Committee Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 189 routinely appoints liaisons to Keefe Tech and the School Department to monitor their independent budget development processes. Further, the Committee’s two- member Audit Subcommittee meets with the Town’s outside audit firm and the Chief Financial Officer’s staff to resolve audit findings. As the second of a three-year budget plan, the FY16 budget allowed for continued strategic investments for both the town and the schools: - Approximately $253 Million or 3.1% increase over previous year’s budget as recommended by the CFO. - This was the second year when the tax levy raise was held to 1.25%. - For Framingham Schools, approx. $115M was recommended, which included a 4% increase in Level Services funding and an additional $1.1M in improvements. While the Committee appreciates the outstanding progress achieved by the School Department in making FHS a Level 1 school and in moving two schools from Level 3 to Level 2, it must consider not only this year’s fiscal position, but also the long-term financial issues facing the Town. For example, the Town has projected the cost of replacing or substantially renovating two schools at a cost of between fifty million and one hundred fifty million dollars, depending on the construction cost inflation, the interest rates and the State grants. But, the bonding for this project alone would put a substantial burden on the taxpayers and could require override or debt exclusion. The Committee is also proud that the School Department provides exceptional in district SPED programs. While it recognizes that these programs provide crucial support for students in need of these services, it also recognizes that the current rate of annual increases in SPED related cost is not sustainable. At the 2013 Annual Town meeting, the Committee reported that at the current rates of increase in the School Department’s annual budget and the annual rate of increases in SPED costs, in about 15 years the entire annual increase in School Department budget would go to SPED. No annual increase will remain available for the non-SPED students, including any increase for Level Services. The Committee also noted the following significant Capital Improvement trends  Public Works Infrastructure: Professional design and engineering, sanitation upgrades, roadway improvements, continuing progress towards modernizing water and sewer lines and pump stations.  Public Facilities: Remediation and general improvements to Mary Dennison Park and the Loring Arena, significant improvements to south Framingham Cypress Street Woodland, investment in school building replacement parts (roofs, security systems, heating and ventilation systems, etc.) within a near vision of building a new middle school.  Technology Upgrades: Town and School technology infrastructure have substantial upgrades. The Finance Committee continues to stress the balance needed between the capital and the operating budgets. The pressures on the capital budget and the operating budget continue to build. The Town will need to reconcile these needs along with the challenges of continuing funding for the School Department over the next several years. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 190 Members of the Finance Committee as of December 30, 2015: Dr. Ambar Sarkar, Chair (2017) Mahmood Akhtar, Vice Chair (2016), David Miles, Clerk (2018); Elizabeth Funk (2016); Leonard Finkel (2016); Nancy Wilson (2015); George King (2017); Dan Lampl (2018); and one vacancy. The Finance Committee thanks Scott Estes (2015) for his service. We also express our appreciation to CFO Mary Ellen Kelley and Assistant CFO Jennifer Pratt for their ongoing expertise and support. Respectfully Submitted, Dr. Ambar Sarkar, Chair, 2016 Government Study Committee In 2015 the Government Study Committee reviewed all proposed Warrant Articles that would amend the General Bylaws and made recommendations to Town Meeting. It was instrumental in increasing the number of Board of Health members from 3 to 5 though the Town has not received confirmation of the increase from the State Legislature. The committee also had the Bylaws amended to make it easier for the BoS to issue wine and beer tasting licenses for special events. It also looked into various ways of streamlining our present form of government and attempted to make governmental committees more transparent. And, as it has done in the past, it examined various forms of city and town governments to see if they had advantages over what we have in Framingham. The GSC’s efforts to make Town Meeting more efficient and representative were frustrated when Town Meeting rejected its proposal to decrease the number of Town Meeting members by 25% and to require that the minutes of all committees indicate the individual votes and abstentions of each member on all votes not strictly procedural in nature. Although the GSC’s full membership was reduced from 12 to 9, several vacancies remain and need to be filled. Karl Rookey, the chair throughout 2015, resigned for personal reasons. Respectfully Submitted, Mel Warshaw, Chair Historic District Commission The Historic District Commission held 10 meetings during 2015. In June, the Board of Selectmen reappointed members Gerald Couto, Sue Bernstein, Amy Finstein, and Calvin Smith to full three year terms, expiring in 2018. Also in June, Jeffrey Delvy was appointed to fill the vacant History Center - Alternate position which expires in 2016. In December, eighteen year member Jim Kubat, A.I.A., Alternate – Architect, was elevated to the At-Large position. Centre Common Historic District resident Andrew Mackin was then appointed to fill the vacant Alternate position. Both of these appointments expire in 2016. In July the Commission reorganized and re- elected Gerald Couto, A.I.A., Chair, and elected Steven Greeley, Vice-Chair. Eight properties were added to the Centre Common Historic District at the 2015 Annual Town Meeting. The Commission hired a professional consultant, Communities Opportunity Group, to prepare a report and assist with a Public Hearing, to fulfill the requirements of State Statute, in preparation toward the creation of the Pike Row and H. H. Richardson Depot Historic Districts. The plan is to bring the two districts before Fall Town Meeting in 2016. Jonathan Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 191 Maynard Historic District signs were installed in July at each end of the District by the Town D. P.W. The Commission thanks them for their assistance. During the year, the Commission held two public hearings and issued one Certificates of Appropriateness and one Certificate of Hardship. In conjunction with the Historical Commission, the Commission hired Historic Preservation Consultant Jennifer B. Doherty to undertake several projects, as well as to handle administrative duties of the Commission. In addition to preparing for meetings and taking minutes, she has updated and had printed a new informational brochure for the local historic districts, recorded the existing local historic districts at the Registry of Deeds, and begun contacting property owners in the Pike Row and H. H. Richardson Depot districts. Submitted for the Commission by Gerald Couto, A.I.A., Chairman; Steven Greeley, Vice-Chairman; Sue Bernstein; Jeffrey Delvy; Ted Grenham; Henry Field; Julie Ferrari, A.S.L.A.; Amy Finstein, Ph.D; Jim Kubat, A.I.A.; Helen Lemoine; Andrew Mackin; Calvin Smith Framingham Historical Commission Members: Chair: Fred Wallace Vice Chair: Paul Silva Clerk: Susan Kennedy Gerald Couto Jane Whiting Thomas Schuetz Lewis Colten An on-call historic preservation consultant was hired in the fall to assist the Commission in its work. The town’s inventory of cultural resources (C.R.I.) was updated this year. This was the first official update in nearly fifteen years. An additional eighty (80) properties, areas and/or objects were added to the inventory. An historic achievement awards program was established to give recognition to persons and organizations making significant contributions to our community in this field. A public meeting and ceremony is planned for the spring of 2016 to recognize the winners. The Commission hosted a workshop on demolition delay bylaws given by staff of the Massachusetts Historical Commission on February 19th. It was attended by representatives from most of our neighboring cities and towns. This year was unique in one respect. The Commission did not review a single demolition permit application! One town- owned structure with historic significance was condemned and subsequently demolished. That was the concrete grandstand at Butterworth Park. This was the last of several such structures built here by the W.P.A. during the great depression years. Fred Wallace, Chair Human Relations Commission Thanks to the efforts of the Selectmen’s Office the Commission was able to increase its number of active Commissioners this year. In keeping with our mandate to educate the public on timely issues we held a meeting with Police Chief Ken Ferguson to discuss Framingham’s response to events occurring in other parts of our country. He spoke of initiatives designed to prevent such incidents from happening Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 192 within Framingham. He also spoke of training programs dealing with firearms, cultural training and awareness. At another session we spoke with Deputy Chief Steven Trask and Lt. Robert Downing on the police presence within the schools and their role as “Resource Officers.” This discussion led us to invite Beverly Hugo, Chair of the Framingham School Committee, who reviewed Strive for Excellence, Resiliency for Life, Newcomer Circle and other programs designed to help students. As a result, the Commission plans to hold a forum in the fall to educate the general public on the varied programs within our schools. We have also participated in the Framingham Coming Together Programs. The Commission invites all interested members of the community to join us in planning future sessions. We meet the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Memorial Building. More information regarding the Commission may be found on the Town website. The agenda is posted each month. Respectfully submitted, Robert Anspach, Chair Real Property Committee The Real Property Committee is charged with reviewing any proposals concerning property which is bought, sold, transferred, or leased by the Town. Its recommendations are made to Town Meeting before it votes on any such proposals. The committee met twice in 2015. In April it considered three articles in the Annual Town Meeting Warrant. They concerned the acceptance of the Snow property on Wayside Inn Road, the reconfiguration of Town property adjacent to Cedar Swamp off Waverly Street, and the redefinition of the quorum for the committee. All the articles were supported. In October’s Fall Special Town Meeting Warrant we supported an article which would allow the Town to acquire property at 222 Walnut Street for the construction of a pumping station. We added an amendment which recommended that most of the parcel remain undeveloped. Ned Price Acting Chair Technology Advisory Committee The Technology Advisory Committee had no activity in 2015. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report General Committees 193 TOWN MODERATOR | STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMUNITY SERVICES STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION | STANDING COMMITTEE ON PLANNING & ZONING STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY | STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES | STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS & MEANS | TOWN MEETING JOURNAL Town Moderator The role of Town Meeting, the legislative body of the Town, is to appropriate funds (such as budgets and capital projects), to make general bylaws and zoning bylaws and vote on other items that are on the Warrant, such as street acceptances, classification plans and collective bargaining. Town Meeting acts on issues that are prepared by the Town departments under the auspices of the Town Manager (sometimes by citizens), by way of a Warrant (meeting agenda) that is set by the Board of Selectmen. The Moderator’s function is to preside over Town meeting, to set procedures for the meeting, to keep TM running smoothly & to keep discussion on topic, in accordance with the Warrant. The Moderator also appoints 6 committees: Finance, Capital Budget, Real Property, Government Study, Technical Advisory and the Personnel Board. Currently there is one vacancy on the Finance Committee and several on the Government Study Committee. The Moderator is always looking for qualified people to serve on these committees. For more information, please visit the Town Moderator page at: http://www.framinghamma.gov/1517/Moderator Our representative Town Meeting is comprised of 216 potential TMMs, 12 elected from each of 18 precincts serving staggered 3-year terms. Attendance this year ranged from 152 to 101, which compares to previous years but needs improvement. 20 TMMs had perfect attendance. 14 TMMs lost seats because they attended fewer than 25% of the meetings (12 attended 2 or fewer). Vacancies ranged from 29 to 33 over the year. In 10 sessions, Town Meeting completed a 45-article Annual Town Meeting Warrant and two 2-Article Special Town meetings, passing an operating budget of almost $245 million including $124+ million for the schools, approving and authorizing capital budget items, public works projects, legal settlements, and street acceptances as well as taking up several citizen petition articles, approving sections of Massachusetts General Laws to expedite our town government and businesses, and various general bylaw and zoning bylaw articles and two STMs. The 32-article Fall Special Town Meeting advised the Selectman on the tax levy for the next fiscal year as proscribed in the bylaw, approved Transit Oriented Development, and the continued Zoning Bylaw recodification, considered several bylaw changes with mixed results. For more information on all articles, see Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 194 individual reports as well as the Town Meeting Journal included in this Annual Town Report. Electronic votes are posted on the Town website. Thanks to the Chair of the Standing Committee on Rules, status of all articles is also posted. In addition to making Town Meetings more efficient, education and communication are key goals. The Moderator continues outreach to the public by offering to meet with anyone who might interested in becoming involved but doesn’t know where to begin as well as offering Town Meeting Orientation programs and Warrant Review Sessions with Town Manager Bob Halpin and CFO Mary Ellen Kelley before each Town Meeting. At Town Meeting 102 before the Fall Special Town Meeting, Mary Ellen Kelley and Arthur Robert made presentations on the budget process and the planning process. The public is invited to these sessions and can also view the recordings on the Town website and on local cable access TV at certain scheduled times. At the urging of and with strong support from TM member Dhruba Sen, we implemented a Town Meeting Awareness group to inform citizens about Town Meeting. William LaBarge, Bob Cushing, “manned” booths at the Framingham Green Concerts. Dan Rao, Bernice Strom and Judith Grove joined us at MetroFest. We also reached out to PTO’s. Prepared Town Meeting Members are the best expediters of Town Meeting. When everyone does the homework, we can limit discussion and debate to the relevant issues. Standing Committee members who work so diligently and put in so many hours for Framingham are much appreciated. Special thanks to Bernice Strom, information table manager, to the attendance checkers and distributors of electronic devices and William LaBarge. It is a pleasure working with the moderator-appointed committees who contribute so much time, as well as our Town Manager, Town Clerk and Town Counsel & their staffs and associates. Special commendations are extended to Cherry Baram who continues her stellar job of compiling the warrant with motions and background material, and getting the material out to Town Meeting. Thanks also to the Board of Selectmen, CFO, Building Services, Tech Services, and Media Services and Jeff Horan (electronic voting administrator from OTI), all of whom are indispensable in the production and process of Town Meeting. I am gratified by all who support me, elected me, and express continued confidence and encouragement to me in this role of Moderator. I look forward to serving, learning and working with all who serve the town in the upcoming year. Town Meeting decides issues that affect all citizens of Framingham, including YOU. Town Meeting Members are citizens of Framingham, working to make our Town a better place. I encourage you to get involved as a Town Meeting Member or in some other capacity. You will get a great education while serving your town!! Feel free to contact me!! Respectfully submitted, Teri S. Banerjee, Town Moderator townmoderator@gmail.com LIKE Framingham TownModerator on Facebook Follow FramModerator on Twitter Sign up for Town Meeting Notifications Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 195 Standing Committee on Community Services The Standing Committee on Community Services is responsible for: Parks and Recreational Dept., Edgell Grove Cemetery, Community Development Block Grant Committee, Council on Aging, Human Relations Commission, Veterans affairs and Fair Housing. We met with CDBG and discussed the allocation of $500,000 given to the town by Federal Government. We voted to support the Skate Park and also a citizens’ petition on Community Choice Energy. The committee met with the Park and Rec. Dept. and voted to support their programs including funds to remodel Loring Arena. We supported the TIF for Jack’s Abby Brewing. The committee met with the Town Manager, the Veterans Services Officer, and Deborah Butler. We voted against her Article #1regarding CORI checks and against her Article #2 regarding the Veterans Services Officer. Special thanks to our town meeting members: Andrea Colten, Jean Baldwin, Paul Costa, Susan Massad, Elsa Aviza, Cynthia Villanueva, Pat Dunne, Marie Drayton, Donald Shea, Vice Chair, Anna Cross, Bob Cushing, Marelyn Collazo, Clerk, Stephan James Atwood, Ronda Andrews. Respectfully Submitted, Herb Chasan, Chair Standing Committee on Education The Standing Committee on Education monitors the activities, budgets and related warrant articles pertaining to Framingham Public Schools, Joseph P. Keefe Technical School and the Framingham Public Library system and meets regularly with representatives of each entity. The Committee met 8 times in 2015. The Committee offered reports to Town Meeting on the FY2016 operating and capital budgets of the Public Schools, Keefe Tech, and the Public Library, and recommended favorable action on Article 17 of the 2015 Fall Town Meeting concerning the authorization of a new school bus contract. Respectfully submitted, Richard J. Weader II, Chair Standing Committee on Planning and Zoning In accordance with the Town’s By-Laws, the Standing Committee on Planning and Zoning [SCPZ] is responsible for reporting to the Town Meeting on the activities of the Planning and Economic Development Division [now called the Community and Economic Development Division], the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Historical Commission, the MetroWest Growth Management Commission [now called the MetroWest Regional Collaborative], the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation, and the Historical District Commission. In addition, the SCPZ is responsible for reporting to Town Meeting on any warrant articles sponsored by or relating to the activities of these entities. Except for July and August and during Town Meeting, the SCPZ meets regularly on the first Wednesday of the month. Additional meetings are held as needed. The SCPZ held nine regular meetings and two special meetings during 2015 with an average attendance of 10.3 members. In order to facilitate the SCPZ’s ability to monitor the activities of the various boards and committees that it is assigned Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 196 to monitor, the SCPZ asks one or two of its members to serve as the SCPZ’s liaison to each of these boards and committees. The SCPZ’s major focus during 2015 was monitoring and reporting to the Town Meeting on the project, which Town Meeting authorized in 2013, to review and recodify the Framingham’s Zoning By-law by a work group of Town staff. Additionally, the SCPZ formed a sub- committee to work with the Town’s recodification workgroup on the project’s next phase Recodification proposals that were approved at the 2015 Annual Town Meeting. There still is much work that needs to be done over the next several years to complete Framingham’s Zoning By-Law Recodification Project. The SCPZ plans to continue its monitoring of this Project and to offer recommendations as needed. Another SCPZ sub-committee worked with the Town’s workgroup on the Central Business District Transit Oriented Development by-law that Town Meeting approved in October 2015. A partial listing of the other topics discussed at SCPZ meetings during 2015 include: Transfer of Development Rights by-law, street acceptances, including additional properties in the Framingham Center Historical District and rezoning in Framingham Center, Complete Streets initiative, site plan review by-law changes, Corporate Mixed Use zone proposal for the 9/90 area, affordable [inclusionary] housing by-law updates, and the Nobscot and Saxonville village center proposals. Additionally, the SCPZ reported to the 2015 Annual Town Meeting and the 2015 Fall Town Meeting concerning planning and zoning articles. Standing Committee on Public Safety The Public Safety Standing Committee (PSSC) consists of members elected from and representing each precinct of Town Meeting. PSSC reports to Town Meeting its recommendations after careful review, analysis and deliberations related to PS divisions, considering community needs and warrant articles. The role of the PSSC is to communicate and work with PS divisions to better understand and communicate the services that they provide; their present and long term goals/needs; and their focus on ways to improve service to our community and plans to implement. Specific divisions included in our focal point are: Police, Fire and Inspectional Services. During the coming fiscal year we look forward to being active and dedicated, meeting regularly and communicating more fully with Public Safety divisions on their work in our community. This past year, the SCPS proposed a Resolution at the Fall Town Meeting supporting the establishment of a Housing Court to service Framingham, which passed overwhelmingly. We continue to monitor progress through our state legislators. Standing Committee on Rules The goal of the Rules Committee is to recommend Town Meeting (TM) procedures that will help TM Members make informed decisions on motions. The Rules Committee supports Town Meeting in the following ways: (1) the voting coordinator, Joel Winett, prepares the roster of Town Meeting Members for the Voting Administrator, (2) Rules Committee Members volunteer to distribute and collect voting keypads, (3) Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 197 the Handout Table Monitor, Bernice Strom, manages the handout materials at TM for the Moderator. The electronic voting system was used at the 11 ATM sessions (for 22 motions and 4 procedural votes) and at the 3 STM’s where there were 8 sessions (for 14 motions and 16 procedural votes). Thus there were a total of 30 motions and 26 procedural electronic votes. All 56 counted votes are posted on the Town website. The Committee sponsored the reporting articles for the ATM and FTM which requests reports from selected boards, committees and division heads, and a bylaw change in the ATM regarding public and executive sessions minutes (passed). Significant recommendations made to improve Town Meeting were (1) the Moderator makes motions on behalf of a Town Meeting Member or on behalf of the CFO, (2) Town Meeting Member who wish to speak line up at microphones., and (3) The Voting Coordinator provides the Moderator with a Status Sheet of Votes on articles (and budget line items) for the Moderator to post file on the web. Respectfully Submitted: Joel Winett, Chair Standing Committee on Ways and Means As defined in the Town by-laws, the Standing Committee on Ways and Means (SCW&M) is responsible for making recommendations to Town Meeting (TM) on warrant articles sponsored by or related to the Finance Committee, the Finance Division, the Human Resources Division, the Information Services Division, the Selectmen, the Town Clerk, Town Elections, the Legal Department, the Retirement Board and the Capital Budget and Government Study Committees. In 2015 the SCW&M evaluated and made recommendations to TM on 51 warrant articles at the April Annual Town/Special Town Meetings and 16 warrant articles in the Fall Special TM after fully vetting them with the sponsors and related boards, committees, and departments. The SCW&M continued to support the Town Manager and CFO’s approach to establish and work with the CFO’s best estimate of state aid during the April Annual TM. This facilitates a more stable Annual TM budget process, with any necessary budget adjustments made at the Fall Town Meeting. The SCW&M is supportive of the Town’s 3 year approach in developing baseline budgets below the 2.5% property tax levy cap. A cap of 1.25% has been maintained for both FY 15 and FY 16, while still allowing funding for Town reserve accounts including a Capital Stabilization Fund in anticipation of expected future capital expenditures for schools and building maintenance. A Tax Burden Reserve Fund has also been funded to potentially alleviate large tax burden shifts in the future. The ability to do this is largely due to health insurance savings resulting from switching eligible retires to Medicare, and retirees and active employees to the state health insurance system (GIC). The town and this committee are very supportive of our public schools with per pupil expenditures among the highest in the state. However state Chapter 70 support, according to their own data, underfunds the town by millions of dollars per year. So we must continue to work with our state legislators to address this issue as well as inadequate Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 198 reimbursements for homeless transportation costs which place an unfair burden on the town. The SCW&M recommended that TM approve the schools FY 16 capital budget request for upgrading school technology, but expressed concern over the plan for its implementation in the schools. A SCW&M resolution was approved by TM requesting a report on the plan for incorporating technology into the schools. The SCW&M was an early supporter of a skate park and is pleased that TM has taken initial steps to make it a reality Special thanks to the 2015 SCW&M members: M. Lamkin (Pct.1), A. Hall (Vice-Chair), (Pct. 3), H. Chasen/E. Copeland (Pct.4), K. Comatas (Pct. 5), J. Pillsbury (Pct.6) J. Winett (Clerk) (Pct.7), R. Case (Pct. 8), G. Sheikh (Pct.9), K. McCarthy (Pct.10), Y. Steinsaltz/P. Pleshaw (Pct.11), M. McClennan (Pct.12), J. Martin (Pct.13), J. Rizoli (Pct.14), J. Grove (Pct.15), K. DeMarco/L. Kaye (Pct. 16), L. Keith (Pct. 17), J. Asaya (Pct.18). Harold Geller, SCW&M Chairman, Pct 2 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 199 2015 TOWN MEETING JOURNAL VALERIE MULVEY, TOWN CLERK LISA FERGUSON, ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 200 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 John R. Dwyer 51 Eaton Road West 1 2017 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Andrea E. Colten 99 Baldwin Avenue 1 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Louise J. Bendel 15 Parmenter Road 1 2017 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Gerald L. Bloomfield 1347 Edgell Road 1 2017 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Mark S. Lamkin 495 Edmands Road 1 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R. Kathy Vassar 22 Carter Drive 1 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kylon Marie F. Colinet 3 Mohawk Drive 1 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Theodore C. Anthony, Jr. 1015 Grove Street 1 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kevin J. Gatlin 802 Edgell Road 1 2018 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Dudley W. Stephan 1984 Grove Street 1 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Heather Celeste Bachman 1131 Edgell Road 1 2018 N/A N/A 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Moira Scanlon LaPointe 44 Janebar Circle 1 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nancy Cooper 9 Griffin Road 2 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Harold J. Geller 3 Lowry Road 2 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Linda A. Hom 66 Hadley Road 2 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 Jean A. Baldwin 6 Arbetter Dr 2 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stephen Shull 16 Sloane Drive 2 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 David J. Longden, Jr. 1070 Old Conn Path 2 2016 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Joseph C. Norton 663 Water Street 2 2016 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Gloria H. Geller 3 Lowry Road 2 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Jeremy D. Longden 1070 Old Conn Path 2 2018 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Glenda M. Cohen 99 Joyce Road 2 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Karyn A. Bernstein 2Eisenhower Road 2 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Paula A. Longden 1070 Old Conn Path 2 2018 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tara Alves 271 Danforth Street 3 2017 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Audrey M. Hall 18 Salmi Road 3 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jennifer A. Adams 135 School Street 3 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Carol Sanchez Novak 19 Partridge Road 3 2017 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Lisa Avanzato-Ushkurnis 5 Chouteau Avenue 3 2017 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Carol B. Chan 22 Delmar Avenue 3 2016 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Karen Foran Dempsey 10 Bellefontaine Ave. 3 2016 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Shelley Strowman 118 School Street 3 2016 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marilyn Zimmerman 875 Old Conn Path 3 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Paul A. Costa 7 Lovering Avenue 3 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 Heather J. Klish 21 Laclede Avenue 3 2018 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 George S. Tkach 12 Maymont Drive 3 2018 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Andrea Carr-Evans 152 Danforth Street 3 2018 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Herbert E. Chasan 56 Agnes Drive 4 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Richard J. Weader, II 24 Amy Road 4 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kenneth Weiss 14 Amy Road 4 2017 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Matthew E. Bernstein 60 Flanagan Drive 4 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Stuart J. Peskin 39 McAdams Road 4 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Loren F. Puffer 86 Flanagan Drive 4 2016 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Amy M. Weader 24 Amy Road 4 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Diane Z. Pabst 18 McAdams Road 4 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 Nancy M. Fitch 16 Bonvini Drive 4 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Adam C. Steiner 43 McAdams Road 4 2018 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 Dan Rao 4 Claudette Circle Ext. 4 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Elizabeth A. Copeland 75 lanewood Avenue 4 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Ann Jeffris 8 Bradford Road 5 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 J. Douglas Dixon 6 Montgomery Drive 5 2017 N/A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Jeanne I. Bullock 22 Pinewood Drive 5 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Eric Thomas Berkman 8 Montgomery Drive 5 2017 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Janet Leombruno 2 Cider Mill Road 5 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Robert B. Bois 131 Brook Street 5 2016 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Susan J. Massad 819 Edgell Road 5 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 Michael J. Welch 3 Ward Farm Circle 5 2016 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Elizabeth K. Sleczkowski 27 Townsend Terrace 5 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kim M. Comatas 331 Central Street 5 2018 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Patrick A. Callahan 8 Bradford Road 5 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Norma B. Shulman 13 Alfred Road 5 2018 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lisa R. Moorehead 20 Highgate Road 6 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Peter J. DeVito 9 Gilmore Road 6 2017 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Edward T. Levay, Jr. 13 Summer Street, #2 6 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nicholas Paganella 20 Antrim Road 6 2017 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Denise M. Moorehead 20 Highgate Road 6 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Franklin D. Rothwell 10 Bryant Road 6 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 James M. Pillsbury 10 Yorks Road 6 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Angie E. Goldberg 114 Spruce Street 6 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Robert H. Bolles 35 North Lane 6 2018 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Elsa Rose Aviza 14 Conrad Road 6 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 William A. Osborn 48 Jean Street 6 2018 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Rochelle Sivan 7 Michaud Drive 6 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 Rachael M. Scanlon 392 Edgell Road 7 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 Henry W. Ohrenberger 16 John McQuinn Circle 7 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Melvin S. Warshaw 149 Maynard Road 7 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Richard E. Paul 10 Aspen Circle 7 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Jill E. Ferro 31 Adams Circle 7 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lawrence J. Griffin 38 Pine Lane 7 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Deborah Butler 6 Doyle Circle 7 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Cynthia D. Villanueva 42 Westgate Road 7 2016 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 Kevin P. Crotty 79 Pleasant Street 7 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Joel Winett 10 Berkeley Road 7 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 David L. Garcia 12 Mill Street 7 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Adam L. Sisitsky 138 Pleasant Street 7 2018 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 Joseph B. Connolly 3 Sylvester Drive 8 2017 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 8 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Christopher J. Gagen 64 Prospect Streeet 8 2017 N/A N/A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Anne C. Sullivan 5 heather Dr 8 2017 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 Keith M. Nelson 52 Lockland Avenue 8 2017 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Charles Earl Schneider 25 Lohnes Rd 8 2016 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Deborah A. Lenares 32 Hastings Street 8 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ibolya A. Toth 25 Kittredge Road 8 2016 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Imre Serfozo 25 Kittredge Road 8 2016 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ilma N. Paixao 40 Lohnes Road 8 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 Eric W. Cigan 19 Cherry Road 8 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 1 1 0 0 Karen P.C. Vaz 3 Lilian Road 8 2018 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Robert D. Case 78 Hastings Street 8 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Maureen E. Dunne 174 Old Connecticut Pat 9 2017 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 Belinda Irene MacDonald 6 Greenview Street, 109 9 2017 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Michael Cannon P.O. Box 1025 9 2017 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Elliot J. Schmiedl 17 Foster Drive 9 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Steven H. Friedman 2 Woodward Road 9 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 Christopher J. Kelley 36 McPhee Road 9 2016 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Bernice W. Strom 12 Longview Road 9 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Pablo Maia 50 Dinsmore Ave 311 9 2016 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 Ralph R. Zazula 55 Dinsmore Ave 309 9 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Ghafoor A. Sheikh 26 Sewell Street 9 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kitty Crone 165 Old Conn Path 9 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 C. Patrick Dunne 174 Old Connecticut Pat 9 2018 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Michael John Coombes 1640 Worcester Rd 402 10 2017 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Debbie Chase 1332 Old Worcester Rd 10 2017 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 10 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Lois L. Herman 135 Oakcrest Drive 10 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 Douglas W. Lawrence 4 Reservoir Ridge Road 10 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 0 1 1 0 1 Vacant Vacant 10 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Marie Drayton P. O. Box 1553 10 2016 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 10 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Dhruba P. Sen 1500 Worceter Rd,530 10 2018 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 William G. McCarthy 25 Westgate Road 10 2018 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Kathleen T. McCarthy 25 Westgate Road 10 2018 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Wolf Haberman 1500 Worcester Rd 521 10 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 Peter Pleshaw 10 Gryzboska Circle 11 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Robert Snider 11 Cahill Park Road 11 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Jennifer E. Ryan 9 Hickory Hill Lane 11 2017 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 Lawrence S. Hendry 76 Ardmore Road 11 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Yael Steinsaltz 1 Hickory Hill Lane 11 2016 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Judy B. Leerer 395 Winter Street 11 2016 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 Cynthia J. Laurora 11 Winter Lane 11 2016 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Vacant Vacant 11 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Arsene G. Bajakian 34 Gryzboska Circle 11 2018 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Martin F. Mulvey 7 William J. Heights 11 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Christopher A. McGinty 49 Salem end Road 11 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr. 630 Salem End Road 11 2018 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 Betty H. Muto 35 Neville Road 12 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Michelle Quinn Smith 30 Swift Road 12 2017 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 David I. Hutchinson 36 Day Hill Road 12 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 Thomas Scionti 12 Maple Street 12 2017 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kenneth Glover High, III 36 Swift Road 12 2016 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 Todd A. Genovese 9 Curve Street 12 2016 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Andrea A. Lewis 127 Maple Street 12 2016 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lynn B. Olson 24 Swift Road 12 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bradley C. Bauler 73 Main Street 12 2018 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Edward J. Kross 559 Union Avenue 2 12 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 Donald F. Shay 55 Georgetown Dr., 10 12 2018 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mark W. McClennan 14 Trafton Road 12 2018 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Damon M. Kelly 10 Hampshire Road 13 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Kara G. Fink 183 Warren Road 13 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jennifer K. Martin 179 Warren Road 13 2017 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mark J. Dugan 224 Warren Road 13 2017 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Thomas G. Tiger 48 Nelson Street 13 2016 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Austin J. Nagle, Sr 46 Mansfield Street 13 2016 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 Andrew D. Hohenstein 29 Oliver Street 13 2016 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thomas K. Fitzpatrick 15 Hampden Road 13 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Christopher A. Wozny 54 C Street 13 2018 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Vacant Vacant 13 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Barbara W. LeDuc 42 Dennison Avenue 13 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Anna C. Cross 81 Dennison Avenue 13 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 Robert D. Cushing PO Box 225 14 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Joseph E. Rizoli 94 Pond Street 14 2017 N/A 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 James E. Quinn 24 Everit Avenue 14 2017 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 Daniel D. Gittelsohn 16 Bishop Drive 14 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 14 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 14 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 14 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Barbara E. Benjamin 17 Pond Street 14 2016 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 14 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2015 Town Meeting Attendance R. Karl Rookey 37 Pond Street 14 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 Vacant Vacant 14 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Raymond E. Marchand, Jr. 46 Wilson Drive 14 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jim M. Rizoli 94 Pond Street 14 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Vacant Vacant 14 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Donald R. Chute 36 Everit Avenue 14 2018 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Clara M. Calderon 10 Avon Street 15 2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Natasha Ezinma McDowall 980 Waverly Street 15 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 1 1 1 0 Annmarie De Marini 91 Cedar Street 15 2017 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Alfredo O. Garcia, Sr. 91 Cedar Street 15 2017 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Thomas N. Grove 119 Cedar Street 15 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Albert Q. Roos 14 Harmony Lane B 15 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Judith A. Grove 119 Cedar Street 15 2016 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Marelyn I. Collazo 59 Winthrop Street 15 2016 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Vera Linardi 73 Cedar Street 15 2016 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thomas J. Driscoll, Jr. 89 Bethany Road 402 15 2018 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Beverly C. Good 24 Hayes Street 2 15 2018 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 Thomas Barbieri 15 Daisley Place 15 2018 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 C. William Cook 35 Cove Avenue 15 2018 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 16 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2015 Town Meeting Attendance William A. Monroe, III 3 Merchant Road 16 2017 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 16 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A William J. LaBarge 11 East Street 16 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Vacant Vacant 16 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 16 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 16 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A David T. Marks 82 Leland Street 16 2016 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Frank N. Demarco 92 South Street 16 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lloyd Kaye 11 East Street 16 2018 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 Ronda H. Andrews 7 Kendall Avenue 16 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Kathleen T. DeMarco 92 South Street 16 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Joe C. Fonseca 248 Beaver Street 17 2017 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Martin Ned Price 250 Beaver Street 17 2017 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Laura E. Keith 93 A Taralli Terrace 17 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Vacant Vacant 17 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 17 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 17 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Richard G. Baritz 1 Marian Road 17 2016 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 Vacant Vacant 17 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 17 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 17 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 17 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2015 Town Meeting Attendance Vacant Vacant 17 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 18 2017 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Name Address Prec. Term 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/5 5/6 5/7 5/12 5/13 5/14 5/19 5/20 10/20 10/21 10/22 10/27 10/28 10/29 Stephen James Atwood 20 Nipmuc Road 18 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 Joseph O. Asaya 38 Guild Road 18 2017 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 George A. Lewis 78 Gilbert Street 18 2017 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 Norman L. Snow, Jr. 35 Lindsay Street 18 2016 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 Nancy Gerber 60 Winthrop Street 18 2016 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 18 2016 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Ciro R. Sansossio 39 Gilbert Street, #1 18 2016 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Vacant Vacant 18 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Rosemary P. Jebari 4 Cedar Place 18 2018 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Vacant Vacant 18 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Vacant Vacant 18 2018 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A APRIL 28, 2015 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if the Town will hear a report from the Board of Selectmen for the calendar year preceding this Annual Town Meeting and receive the Annual Report made available to the inhabitants of the Town pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 40, Section 49. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 28, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear the Annual Report of the Board of Selectmen for the preceding calendar year and receive the Annual Report made available to the inhabitants of the town pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 49. Further, after this report is given, that this article be disposed. ARTICLE 2 To see if the Town will vote to hear reports from various Departments, Boards, Committees and Commissions listed in this warrant article unless said reports have been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members and posted on the Town website. The requested reports are listed below (STM = Special Town Meeting): 1. Report by the Planning Board on the status of: a)Zoning Bylaw changes approved by Town Meeting and sent to the Attorney General in 2014. (Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.5.b) i)Re-codification of the Zoning Bylaws (STM 2014 Art. 8) ii) Modified Subdivision Control Zoning Bylaw (STM 2014 Art. 9) b) The Master Plan, and on plans for development in the Town. (MGL Chapter 41, Section 71 and Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.4) c)The Board of Selectmen and the Planning Board shall present the approved work plan for completing the process of re-codifying Framingham’s Zoning Bylaw to the 2015 Annual Town Meeting (STM 2014 Art. 8 Resolution A 2. Report from Town Manager on the following: a)Streets that are in use by the public but not yet accepted by the Town as public ways and proposing a plan for these streets to be accepted as public ways. This report shall describe the methodology to insure that new streets are accepted in a timely manner (2013 FTM Resolution by Stephen Shull) b) Status of Building Projects at the Village Hall in Framingham Center and the Athenaeum Hall in Saxonville 3. Report from the Chief Financial Officer on the following: a)Land acquisition costs for purchase of easement approved at a Town Meeting in 2014 not otherwise reported (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.6b) Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 201 b) Use of mitigation funds received during the previous fiscal year and the status of unexpended mitigation funds not otherwise reported (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.6c) c) Status of authorized but not completed Capital Budget projects not otherwise reported (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.6d) i) Bins for trash collection ii) Children’s Grove at Cushing Park d) Status of special appropriations approved by Town Meeting and not fully expended or not previously reported on. (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.2) i) Appropriate funds to purchase SNOW property (STM 2014 Art. 15) ii) Appropriate funds for the Mary Dennison Park Emergency Environmental Testing & Remediation Project (STM 2014 Art 17) 4. Report by the Director of Public Works on the status of special appropriations approved by Town Meeting and not fully expended or not previously reported on including but not restricted to the following: Birch Road well project (Bylaws Art. III Section 1.13.2) 5. Report by the Town Clerk on the status of bylaw changes approved by Town Meeting and sent to the Attorney General in 2014. (Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.5. a) a) Revised Nuisance Bylaw (STM 2014 Article 11 b) Deleted Motor Scooters Prohibited Bylaw (STM 2014 Article 12 c) Revised Moderator Section and Background Material Section of the Bylaws (STM 2014 Article 14 6. Report by the Board of Selectmen on a) Petitions to the legislature approved by Town Meeting in 2014, if any. (Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.5. c) b) Selectmen appointments that will expire on July 1. (Bylaws Article 1, Section 5.14) 7. Report from the Town Moderator on Moderator appointments that will expire on July 1. (Bylaws Article 1, Section 5.14) And after the reports from a town official are given the Moderator shall allow a period of time for Town Meeting Members to ask questions on the reports and hear replies; then this article shall be disposed. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Standing Committee on Rules April 29, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear reports from various departments, boards, committees and commissions listed in this warrant article unless said reports have been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members. Further, after reports from a town official are given, the Moderator shall allow a period of time for Town Meeting Members to ask questions relating to the reports and hear replies. Further, after all reports are given, that this article be disposed. ARTICLE 3 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 202 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept and expend funds in accordance with the provisions of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, and regulations promulgated thereunder by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 28, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to accept and expend funds in accordance with the provisions of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, and regulations promulgated thereunder by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and in accordance with the “Proposed Statement of Community Development Objectives and Projected Use of Funds” approved by the Board of Selectmen on March 24, 2015. Said projected use of funds is shown on the attached pages. ARTICLE 3 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS April 28, 2015 Failed: I make a motion to move CDBG money in Article 3 – 4.2 ESL plus 20,466 and give it to Hoops for Homework. Jim Rizoli, Precinct 14 ARTICLE 3 - ATTACHMENT RECOMMENDED USES OF FISCAL 2016 CDBG FUNDS 1.0 ADMINISTRATION/PLANNING $102,267* 2.0 HOUSING REHABILITATION $220,368 2.1 Housing Rehabilitation $158,868 Sponsor: Community and Economic Development 2.2 Code Enforcement $61,500 Sponsor: Building & Inspectional Services 3.0 PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS $11,000 3.1 Butterworth Park Bleacher Removal/ADA Replacement $11,000 Sponsor: Framingham Parks and Recreation 4.0 PUBLIC SERVICES $76,700** 4.1 Literacy Unlimited $12,000 Sponsor: Framingham Public Library 4.2 Framingham Adult ESL Plus $20,466 Sponsor: Framingham Adult ESL Program 4.3 Community Connections Summer Work Program $24,484 Sponsor: Framingham Coalition Community Connections 4.4 Resiliency for Life Program Summer Program $5,750 Sponsor: Resiliency for Life Advisory Board 4.5 Healthy Options for Progress through Education (H.O.P.E.) $9,000 Sponsor: Pelham Apartments Residential Services Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 203 4.6 Hoops &Homework $5,000 Sponsor: Hoops & Homework 5.0 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENTS $101,000 5.1 South Framingham Main Streets Program $51,000 Sponsor: Framingham Downtown Renaissance 5.2 Downtown Wayfinding Sign Program $25,000 Sponsor: Community Development Department 5.3 Downtown Commercial Sign & Façade Program $25,000 Sponsor: Framingham Downtown Renaissance TOTALS $511,335 * Administration: The maximum amount of funds that may be budgeted to Administration is $102,267*, 20% of the sum of the Entitlement Grant plus estimated Program Income realized in the program year. ** Public Services: The maximum amount of funds that may be budgeted to Public Services is15% of the sum of the Entitlement Grant plus Program Income realized in the program year. FISCAL 2016 CDBG PROJECT BACKGROUND 1.0 ADMINISTRATION & PLANNING  Goal: To administer the CDBG program effectively and equitably and to ensure that all members of the community can participate in or benefit from program activities. 1.1 CDBG PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION $102,267 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $102,267 Funds for the administration and planning costs of the CDBG program. No more than 20% of the grant allocation and program income earned can be allocated for administration. 2.0 HOUSING REHABILITATION  Goal: To arrest deterioration in the existing housing stock and to stabilize neighborhoods through ongoing financial and technical housing rehabilitation assistance to property owners. 2.1 HOUSING REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HRAP) $158,868 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 204 Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $133,868 Program Income: $25,000 In Fiscal 2016 HRAP will provide deferred, no-interest loans to repair code violations, improve energy efficiency and enhance ADA-accessibility in 2-4 owner-occupied homes with lower-income owners, and, if possible, 1 to 2 rental units occupied by lower-income tenants. Both CDBG and HOME funds will be used for loan capital. CDBG & HOME funds will be loaned to eligible owners, in any area of Town, to address emergency repair needs, such as heating system and roofing repairs. Rehabilitation funds will be loaned to eligible homeowners and multi-family residences in low- income target neighborhoods to fix housing code violations and to improve exterior appearances. CDBG monies will also pay for the program delivery costs for the CDBG & HOME funded HRAP Program. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 3-6 Dwelling Units; very low, low & moderate-income clientele. 2.2 NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION/CODE ENFORCEMENT $61,500 SPONSOR: Framingham Inspectional Services Division Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $61,500 The Town will use CDBG funds to pay for housing inspections in targeted low/moderate- income (LM) neighborhoods. Housing code violations will be required to be corrected by the property owners, in partnership, where possible with the Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program (HRAP). This program works in coordination with the Code Enforcement Task Force, an inter-department team who conducts monthly site visits of the neighborhoods to develop solutions and improvements from a holistic, inter- disciplinary approach. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 400 – 500 inspections in LM areas. 3.0 PUBLIC MPROVEMENTS  Goals: To improve infrastructure that will prolong the useful life of public facilities; and to remove architectural barriers to improve access to public and private facilities. 3.1 BUTTERWORTH PARK – ADA ACCESSIBLE BLEACHERS SPONSOR: Framingham Parks & Recreation Division Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $11,000 The Butterworth Park’s current grandstand built in 1930’s is deteriorated and a source of vandalism. The Parks and Recreation Division proposes to remove the non- compliant grandstand and replace it with a concrete pad to support an appropriate sized, aluminum handicapped bleacher which will be funded with CDBG funds. The entire improvement project consisting of demolition of the grandstand, the installation of an ADA compliant walkway, restoration of remaining area to green space and other aesthetic improvements will be funded through monies from the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 205 Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs Division. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 1 ADA public facility serving LM area. 4.0 PUBLIC SERVICES  Goal: To improve the quality of life for low and very low income residents of the Town through the provision of public services. 4.1 LITERACY UNLIMITED PROGRAM $12,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Public Library Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $12,000 Partial funding to continue the work of an adult literacy training program which features trained volunteer tutors to teach basic reading, writing, and computational skills, to illiterate and learning disabled adults on a one-to-one basis and in groups. The range of activities include classroom training of tutors, one-to-one tutoring, tutoring in conversational English to limited English speakers, counseling, job development, General Equivalency Diploma (GED) preparation and materials, and maintenance of student and tutor support networks. CDBG funds support the administrative staff to recruit and train volunteer tutors. The program will evaluate students initially and on an on-going basis, develop a learning plan for each low level literacy student, and provide guidance to tutors as they work with these students. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 200 very low, low & moderate-income clients. 4.2 FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESL PLUS PROJECT $20,466 SPONSOR: Framingham Adult ESL Program Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $20,466 Partial funding is sought to provide free English-as-a-Second Language classes, training, and development to adult (ages 18 - 85) limited-English speakers to facilitate their integration into the community, prepare for their GED, Citizenship Preparation classes, the job market, customs, culture and the law. Funds will meet the cost of instructors, and counseling support for three full capacity classes of instruction for two semesters operated during the evening hours. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 60 very low, low & moderate-income clients. 4.3 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS SUMMER WORK PROGRAM $24,484 SPONSOR: Community Connections/Framingham Coalition Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $24,484 Funding is being requested to provide a youth summer work program to employ a total of 30 teens (ages 14 to 17) that live in low socioeconomic Framingham neighborhoods. The program will operate during the summer months in which teens Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 206 will learn responsibility and investment in their community by implementing appropriate landscaping, general clean up, painting, maintenance skills, and work together as a team by completing projects assigned to them. Because this will be a first job for most, teens will also learn the interview process and how to complete a job application. These sessions are supervised (on-site) by adults who have numerous years of experience working with youth in both a school and community settings. The program will involve orientation and participation in enrichment sessions on safety and health issues. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 40 very low, low & moderate-income clients. 4.4 RESILIENCY FOR LIFE PROGRAM $5,750 SPONSOR: Resiliency for Life Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $5,750 Funding is to provide an intervention program serving under-achieving at-risk incoming freshmen at Framingham High School. The mission is to assist students most at risk of academic failure and help them develop the skills and confidence for academic and personal success. This proposal seeks funds towards the Resiliency for Life Math/English Institute, a summer school program offering math and literacy skills and the semester-long MCAS and SAT prep classes. Students will attend the Summer Institute for four weeks, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. English & Math programs will focus on important elements to facilitate a smooth transition to 9th grade math. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 15-20 very low, low & moderate-income clients. 4.5 H.O.P.E. (HEALTHY OPTIONS FOR PROGRESS THROUGH EDUCATION) $9,000 SPONSOR: Pelham II Corporation Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $9,000 H.O.P.E. is requesting funding for their on-site community-based program, which is geared toward 14-21 year old youth residing at the Pelham Apartments. H.O.P.E. provides access to computer technology that supports academic success and obtaining better jobs. H.O.P.E. provides one-on-one mentoring, community engagement, healthcare information, and other social services. Monthly field trips to educational, cultural, and science institutions will be organized. The proposed program will be conducted during the evening hours of 5:30—8:30 p.m. A family night will be offered once per month where student progress will be reported to the parent or legal guardian. The funds will directly pay the part-time bilingual program coordinator, program supplies, and costs associated with weekly programs and instructions and related materials. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 40 very low, low & moderate-income clients. 4.6 HOOPS & HOMEWORK $5,000 SPONSOR: HOOPS & HOMEWORK Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $5,000 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 207 Hoops & Homework is requesting funding for an educational and recreational after- school program for school age children located at the Carlson and Pusan Roads Community Rooms. Homework assistance, snack, on-site tutoring and recreational activities. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 50 very low, low & moderate-income clients. 5.0 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENTS  Goal: To improve the quality of life for low and moderate-income people by improving economic conditions for small businesses in Downtown Commercial Target area that serve local residents. 5.1 SOUTH FRAMINGHAM MAIN STREETS PROGRAM $51,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Downtown Renaissance (F.D.R.) Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $51,000 F.D.R. seeks partial funding a South Framingham “Main Streets” program for the Town’s Downtown Commercial Target business district and surrounding residential neighborhoods, where 66% of residents have low or moderate-incomes. Funds will pay for staff who will promote the economic development of the area by providing marketing or other technical assistance to firms that serve neighborhood residents as well as small businesses owned by low or moderate-income people, hold community events, assist new businesses, and serve as liaison and support during the Downtown redesign and reconstruction project. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 200 small, local businesses that serve clientele from LM areas and eight marketing events. 5.2 DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL WAYFINDING SIGN PROGRAM $25,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $25,000 Funding is requested for the first phase of a comprehensive downtown gateway, vehicular and pedestrian wayfinding signage program for the Downtown commercial target area. This initial phase will include the design, location identification, construction documentation, and bid packet preparation for the production and installation phases. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Downtown commercial improvements serving LM target area 5.3 DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL SIGN AND FAÇADE PROGRAM $25,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 208 Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $25,000 Funding is requested to provide capital for partial rebates to help small businesses located in the Framingham Downtown Commercial District to install new signage and improve building facades. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 3-5 grants to improve storefronts in the Downtown Commercial Target District. CDBG GRAND TOTAL, Fiscal 2016: $511,335 ARTICLE 4 To see if the Town will vote to: (a) approve the form of the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Agreement by and between the Town of Framingham, Jack’s Abby Brewing, LLC and Clinton 100 CPI LLC, pursuant to G.L. c. 40, § 59, on file with the Board of Selectmen; (b) authorize the Board of Selectmen to submit a Certified Project Application to the Massachusetts Economic Assistance Coordinating Council for approval; and (c) authorize the Board of Selectmen to execute the TIF Agreement and any other related documents and to take such other actions as may be necessary or appropriate to implement the TIF Agreement and take such other and further action as may be necessary or appropriate to obtain approval of the Certified Project Application or to carry out the purposes of this article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 5 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for the purpose of paying unpaid bills of prior years of the Town. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 6 To see if the Town will vote to authorize or re-authorize several revolving funds as defined by General Laws Chapter 44, Section 53 E ½ for Fiscal Year 2016 beginning July 1, 2015. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 209 April 29, 2015 Voted: That Town Meeting authorize or re-authorize several revolving funds as defined by MGL, Ch. 44, Section 53E ½ for FY16 beginning July 1, 2015, including, but not limited to the following: Fund Manager Purpose FY16 Spending Ceiling Disposition of FY15 Fund Balance Town Owned Building/Civic Use Fund - Danforth and Memorial Buildings Facilities Management Department of the General Government Division To receive funds from rental fees and other similar charges for the use of the Danforth and Memorial Buildings and to authorize the Facilities Management Department to spend these funds for direct expenses associated with the general maintenance of these buildings such as custodial costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. $90,000 Balance available for expenditure Town Owned Building/Civic Use Fund - Cushing Chapel Facilities Management Department of the General Government Division To receive funds from rental fees and other similar charges for the use of Cushing Chapel and to authorize the Facilities Management Department to spend these funds for direct expenses associated with the general maintenance of these buildings such as custodial costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. $20,000 Balance available for expenditure Concerts on the Common Fund Park and Recreation Department of the Parks and Recreation Division To receive funds from the sale of food and other similar charges during Concerts on the Common and to authorize the Park and Recreation Department to spend these funds for direct expenses associated with the sale of food and other concert-related charges such as staff costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. $4,000 Balance available for expenditure School Bus Fees Framingham School Committee - School Department To receive and spend funds for direct expenses associated with the transportation of students to and from school. $380,000 Balance available for expenditure Town Wetland Protection Fund Conservation Commission of the Public Works Division To receive fees and spend funds to pay for services associated with processing Permits and Requests for Determination. $28,000 Balance available for expenditure Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 210 Excavation Management Fund Public Works Division To account for revenue from fees collected for Street Opening Permits and the Excavation Management program for the administrative and operational costs associated with the management of this program. $85,000 Balance available for expenditure Housing Pre- Inspection Program Fund Building Inspection Department of the Inspectional Services Division To use funds secured from rental inspections, housing application fees and re- inspection fees for the implementation of the housing pre-inspection program. The funds will be used for rental costs, salaries for administrative and field staff, printing costs, and the purchase of supplies and equipment. $50,000 Balance available for expenditure Vaccine Administration Fund Public Health Department of the Inspectional Services Division To use funds secured from reimbursements for vaccine administration to citizens. The funds will be used to buy additional vaccines and supplies to expand the program including but not limited to the purchase of flu vaccine for town employees. $27,000 Balance available for expenditure Fluorescent Lamp/Mercury Recycling Fund Public Works Division To use revenue secured from fees collected for the disposal of Fluorescent lamps, compact fluorescents and other mercury containing items like thermometers, thermostats and button-cell batteries to offset the costs of disposal. $5,000 Balance available for expenditure Town Records Preservation Fund Town Clerk of the Elected Boards Division To use funds secured from vital records charges to preserve deteriorating records of the Town of Framingham. A specific charge of $2 per record is collected and will be deposited in this fund to be used for any costs related to record preservation. $80,000 Balance available for expenditure Callahan Senior Center Fund Council on Aging of the Parks and Recreation Division To use fees and revenues received from building rental, programming, and general services. The funds will be expended to cover associated costs and expenses of those services and for the advancement of Council on Aging’s established mission statement. $40,000 Balance available for expenditure Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 211 Emergency Management Equipment Fund Framingham Emergency Management Agency of the Police Division To collect and expend fees assessed to NERAC (Northeast Regional Advisory Council for Homeland Security) communities for the use of centrally housed equipment for emergent situations and provide upkeep and maintenance on the equipment in the cache. $15,000 Balance available for expenditure Animal Control Fund Animal Control Department of the Police Division To use fees collected from boarding and kennel rentals for the purpose of offsetting kennel operating costs. $4,500 Balance available for expenditure Blighted Property Fund Building Inspection Department of the Inspectional Services Division To account for revenue from fees generated by the foreclosed property registration bylaw and municipal lien bylaw. Expenditures may be made for the administrative and operational costs associated with making distressed properties safe by demolishing, boarding-up, cleaning up, or securing from unauthorized intruders. $10,000 Balance available for expenditure ARTICLE 7 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate a sum or sums of money for off-site mitigation improvements or as otherwise agreed upon by the Town of Framingham Planning Board and Project Applicant(s) pursuant to recorded Planning Board decision(s) to be managed by the Town Manager or designee in consultation with the Planning Board and consistent with said decision(s). Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 8 To see if the Town will vote to determine what sum or sums of money the Town will appropriate and raise, or transfer from available funds, for the operations of the Sewer Department, including debt and interest for Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015) and to see what budgets for Fiscal Year 2015 will be reduced to offset said appropriations. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 212 Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 9 To see if the Town will vote to determine what sum or sums of money the Town will appropriate and raise, or transfer from available funds, for the operations of the Water Department, including debt and interest for Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015) and to see what budgets for Fiscal Year 2015 will be reduced to offset said appropriations. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 10 To see if the Town will vote to rescind various authorized, but unissued borrowing votes of the Town. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 29, 2015 Voted: That the following various authorized, but unissued borrowing votes of the Town be rescinded: Town Meeting Article Amount to be Rescinded 5/10 ATM A42C Replace Engine 7 Pumper Truck $82,560 5/11 ATM A41C Replace Multi Hazard Gas Meters $9 5/11 ATM A31M Inground Fuel Tank Monitoring System Replacement $1,056 5/12 ATM A31CC Village Hall Boiler Replacement $250 5/12 ATM A31DD Maynard Drainage $25,000 5/13 ATM A18C Pearl Street Garage Repairs $210,000 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 213 5/13 ATM A18G Zamboni $3,674 5/13 ATM A18I Toro Groundmaster 580-D 4x4 $26 5/13 ATM A18J F350 4x4 Crew Cab Pickup 10,000 GVW $670 5/13 ATM A18V Sander Body with Compuspread and Calcium Controls #421a $39 5/13 ATM A18Z Replacement 68,000 GVW Cab & Chassis w/ Rolloff Frame #519 $300 ARTICLE 11 To see if the Town will vote to determine what sum or sums of money the Town will appropriate and raise, or transfer from available funds, for the operations of the Town of Framingham, including debt and interest for Fiscal Year 2015 (July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015) and to see what budgets for Fiscal Year 2015 will be reduced to offset said appropriations. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 29, 2015 Voted: That the following FY2015 budget adjustments be made: ARTICLE 12 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, borrow or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for various capital projects including purchase of equipment, purchase of land, repair, rehabilitation, design or construction of buildings and infrastructure, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and/or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 7, 2015 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or borrow the sum of $19,522,710 for the projects listed below, to be spent under the direction of the Town Manager or his designee, with the exception of items proposed by the School Department, which will be spent under the direction of the School Superintendent or his designee, and further, that the Town Manager or School Superintendent shall be allowed to exceed the appropriation for individual capital projects to be spend under his direction as long as the total amount to be spent does not exceed the total amount appropriated and that such adjustments are in compliance with M.G.L., Chapter 44 for the purpose of the design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services; Item # Description Department Amount Date Voted Amount Voted Vote Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 214 A12 A Thermal Imaging Cameras (TICs) Fire $68,450 04/29/15 $68,450 149-0-0 A12 B Phase 3 – Protective Clothing Replacement Fire $121,280 04/29/15 $121,280 149-0-0 A12 C Replace SCBA Air Compressor Fire $57,708 04/29/15 $57,708 149-0-0 A12 D Operating & Performance Management Software CFO $150,000 04/29/15 $150,000 149-0-0 A12 E Cypress Street Woodland Improvement DPW - Conservation $250,000 04/29/15 $250,000 124-6-2 A12 F Loring Arena Renovations Loring Arena $5,660,000 04/29/15 $5,660,000 106-36-7 A12 G F350 4x4 Crew Cab Pickup Truck 10,000 GVW Parks and Recreation $41,000 04/29/15 $41,000 149-0-0 A12 H Mary Dennison Park Remediation & General Improvements Parks and Recreation $600,000 05/05/15 $600,000 135-1-1 A12 I Animal Control Vehicle Animal Control $62,390 04/29/15 $62,390 149-0-0 A12 J Public Safety Technology & Maintenance Project Police $87,000 04/29/15 $87,000 149-0-0 A12 K Pedestrian Safety Police $73,140 04/29/15 $73,140 149-0-0 A12 L Salem End Road Bridge Replacement – Design DPW- Engineering $125,000 04/29/15 $125,000 149-0-0 A12 M Fountain Street Roadway Improvements – Design DPW- Engineering $190,000 04/29/15 $190,000 149-0-0 A12 N Union Avenue Roadway Improvements DPW- Engineering $510,000 04/29/15 $510,000 149-0-0 A12 O Landham Pond Dam Removal – Design DPW- Engineering $230,000 04/29/15 $230,000 122-0-1 A12 P Annual Traffic Calming – 2016 DPW- Engineering $200,000 04/29/15 $200,000 86-24-3 A12 Q Replacement of 6 CY Material Spreader #426A DPW – Highway $40,480 04/29/15 $40,480 149-0-0 A12 R Replacement of 11,000 GVW 4 WD Cab & Chassis w/ Utility Body & Plow #419 DPW – Highway $58,235 04/29/15 $58,235 149-0-0 A12 S Replacement of 11,000 GVW 4 WD Cab & Chassis w/ Utilty Body & Plow #418 DPW – Highway $58,235 04/29/15 $58,235 149-0-0 A12T Replacement of Backhoe/Loader and Plow #450 DPW – Highway $141,170 04/29/15 $141,170 149-0-0 A12 U Annual Roadway Improvements – 2016 DPW – Highway $4,500,000 04/29/15 $4,500,000 149-0-0 A12 V Annual Drainage System & Water Quality Projects – 2016 DPW - Highway $150,000 04/29/15 $150,000 149-0-0 A12 W Acquisition of two (2) 68,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Automatic Refuse Packer & Plow DPW - Sanitation $629,000 05/06/15 $629,000 138-0-0 A12 X Technology Upgrades Throughout the District School Department $1,155,000 05/06/15 $1,155,000 91-38-9 A12 Y Asbestos Abatement – Stapleton School School Department $325,000 04/29/15 $325,000 149-0-0 A12 Z School Department Security Enhancement Throughout the District School Department $290,000 04/29/15 $290,000 149-0-0 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 215 Further, to amend Article 31 of the May 2011 ATM Item A31K Butterworth Phase 1-Tennis Lighting to insert after the words Tennis Lighting: Grandstand Replacement and Park Improvements. Further, to amend Article 16 of the April 2014 ATM Item A16AB to replace the project title Replacement of (4) 68,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Automatic Refuse Packer & Plow #511 #512 #513 #514 with the title Replacement of (4) 68,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Automatic Refuse Packer & Plow #512 #513 #516 #517. Further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase or eminent domain, permanent easements and temporary construction easements or other interests in land for said projects, and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this article. And, to meet said appropriation, transfer $24,353 to project A12AJ Archived Document Scanning – Phase IV from the following projects: A12 AA Food Service Equipment Upgrades – Phased Project School Department $145,000 04/29/15 $145,000 149-0-0 A12 AB Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Upgrades – All Schools – Multiple Systems – Phased Project FY16 School Department $150,000 04/29/15 $150,000 149-0-0 A12 AC ADA Upgrades to Curbs, Sidewalks, Handicap Ramps, Railings, Bathroom Partitions, Door Hardware, Signage – Multiple Schools – Phased Project FY16 School Department $150,000 04/29/15 $150,000 149-0-0 A12 AD Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning (HVAC) – Replace Rooftop Air Handling Units (AHU’s) and Ventilation Equipment – Multiple Schools School Department $250,000 04/29/15 $250,000 149-0-0 A12 AE Farley Building Roof & Exterior Envelope Repairs – Athletic Wing School Department $1,207,388 05/06/15 $1,207,388 103-6-8 A12 AF Furnish New and Replace Outdated Furniture – Phase 2 School Department $300,000 04/29/15 $300,000 149-0-0 A12 AG Utility Body Truck – Vehicle Replacement – Buildings and Grounds Department School Department $55,000 04/29/15 $55,000 149-0-0 A12 AH Cube Truck – Vehicle Replacement – Food Services Department School Department $45,000 04/29/15 $45,000 149-0-0 A12 AI UCS Upgrade Technology Services $206,707 04/29/15 $206,707 149-0-0 A12 AJ Archived Document Scanning – Phase IV Technology Services $179,383 04/29/15 $179,383 149-0-0 A12 AK Replacement of the Callahan Senior Center Roof Town Owned Buildings $575,894 05/06/15 $575,894 116-0-0 A12 AL Main Library Fire Alarm Replacement Town Owned Buildings $225,250 04/29/15 $225,250 149-0-0 A12 AM Replacement of the Police Department Boilers Town Owned Buildings $185,000 04/29/15 $185,000 Passed unanimously A12 AN Site Selection Study for Fire Station #2 – Watson Place Town Owned Buildings $75,000 05/06/15 $75,000 104-2-1 General Fund Total Recommended $19,522,710 05/07/15 $19,522,710 100-3-6 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 216 Transfer Town Meeting Article $23,912 5/02 ATM A15J Financial Management Software $249 5/10 ATM A24X Municipal Data Storage $192 5/13 ATM A18PP Network Data Storage Further, that the Treasurer be authorized, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to issue from time to time bonds or notes in the amount of $19,498,357 pursuant to the provisions of M.G.L., Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 100 voting in favor, 3 opposed, 6 abstentions ARTICLE 12 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS April 29, 2015 Failed: I move to amend Article 12, Item A12E, by reducing the expense line to $50,000 and that the intended project be only for cleanup of Cedar Swamp by Conservation. Furthermore, this track of land should remain in its natural state – no fences, no barriers between homeowners and the swamp. Note: Request a report at Fall TM on results of cleanup. Peter Pleshaw, Precinct 11 _______________________________________________________________________________ April 30, 2015 Failed: (A12F: Loring Arena Capital Budget) On the behalf of the Ways and Means Committee (9-3-0), I move to refer this article back to Sponsor. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 _______________________________________________________________________________ May 5, 2015 Failed: I move the Mary Dennison Park Remediation & General Improvements of $600,000 be increased to $800,000. Deborah Butler, Precinct 7 _____________________________________________________________________________ May 6, 2015 Failed: Move to reduce the School Technology item to $700,000 from $1,155,000. Jeanne Bullock, Precinct 5 _______________________________________________________________________________ May 6, 2015 Failed: I move that Town Meeting vote to fund from free cash of $575,894 one time payment to Callahan Senior Center roof. Gerald Bloomfield, Precinct 1 _______________________________________________________________________________ May 7, 2015 Failed: I move to add Keefe Tech. School Repair Replacement @ approximately $800,000 into the FY16 Capital Budget. Gerald Bloomfield, Precinct 1 ______________________________________________________________________________ Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 217 ARTICLE 12 RESOLUTION A April 30, 2015 Passed: It is resolved that it is the will of Town Meeting that Parks and Recreations Department or other Town Departments find a way to have much of the debt service incurred by the $5.7 million price tag for the renovation of Loring Arena to be paid for by entities other than the Framingham local taxpayers. William LaBarge, Precinct 16 ARTICLE 12 RESOLUTION B May 6, 2015 Passed: Be it resolved that the School Department report at the 2015 Fall Town Meeting on the overall plan and status for incorporating technology into the schools, including the use of computers and its integration/implementation with the curriculum. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 ARTICLE 13 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, borrow or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for various water department capital projects including purchase of equipment, purchase of land, repair, rehabilitation, design or construction of buildings and infrastructure, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and/or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 7, 2015 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow the sum of $10,290,923 for the projects listed below, to be spent under the direction of the Town Manager or his designee, and further, that the Town Manager shall be allowed to exceed the appropriation for individual capital projects to be spent under his direction as long as the total amount to be spent does not exceed the total amount appropriated and that such adjustments are in compliance with M.G.L., Chapter 44, for the purpose of design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services of the following Water Department projects: A13A Replacement of 33,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Construction Body #643 Water $150,823 A13B Replacement of 15,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Service Body and Plow #609 Water $80,550 A13C Replacement of 15,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Service Body and Plow #606 Water $80,550 A13D Water Meter Replacement Program – Water Water $502,000 A13E Annual Various Hydrant and Valve Improvements Project – 2016 Water $200,000 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 218 A13F Annual Various Water Improvements Project – 2016 Water $300,000 A13G Evergreen Street Area Water Main Improvements – Design and Construction Water $3,160,000 A13H Speen Street and Cochituate Road Water Main Replacement – Construction Water $3,980,000 A13I Worcester Road Water Main Replacement (Concord Street to Natick Line) – Design Water $637,000 A13J Arlington Street Water Line Rehabilitation – Design Water $430,000 A13K Indian Head Water Tank Rehabilitation – Design Water $770,000 Further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase or eminent domain, permanent easements and temporary construction easements or other interests in land for said projects, and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this article; and further, that the Treasurer be authorized, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to issue from time to time, bonds or notes in the amount of $10,290,923 pursuant to the provisions of M.G.L., Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 118 voting in favor, 1 opposed, 0 abstentions ARTICLE 14 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, borrow or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for various sewer department capital projects including purchase of equipment, purchase of land, repair, rehabilitation, design or construction of buildings and infrastructure, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and/or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 7, 2015 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow the sum of $16,595,891 for the projects listed below, to be spent under the direction of the Town Manager or his designee, and further, that the Town Manager shall be allowed to exceed the appropriation for individual capital projects to be spent under his direction as long as the total amount to be spent does not exceed the total amount appropriated and that such adjustments are in compliance with M.G.L., Chapter 44, for the purpose of the design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services of the following Sewer Department projects: A14A Replacement of 70,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Vactor #738 Sewer $460,385 A14B Replacement of 11,000 GVW 4WD Cab and Chassis with Service Body and Plow #721 Sewer $58,235 A14C Replacement of 15,000 GVW 4WD Cab and Chassis with Service Body and Plow #725 Sewer $80,550 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 219 A14D Interchange 12 Railway Sewer Alignment – Design and Construction Sewer $9,810,000 A14E Water Meter Replacement Program – Sewer Sewer $502,000 A14F Annual Various Sewer Improvements – 2016 Sewer $300,000 A14G Wastewater Pump Station Capital Equipment Replacement Sewer $400,000 A14H Evergreen Street Area Sewer Improvements – Design and Construction Sewer $648,000 A14I Shawmut Terrace and John McQuinn Pump Stations and Woodland Force Main Improvements – Design Sewer $1,100,000 A14J Worcester Road Area Sewer Improvements – Design Sewer $1,245,000 A14K Lanewood Siphon Reconstruction – Design Sewer $206,500 A14L Speen Street Area Sewer Force Main Abandonment – Design and Construction Sewer $1,410,000 A14M Replacement of 18,000 GVW Cab and Chassis with Closed Camera Body #742 Sewer $375,221 Further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase or eminent domain, permanent easements and temporary construction easements or other interests in land for said projects, and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this article; and further, that the Treasurer be authorized, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to issue from time to time bonds or notes in the amount of $16,595,891 pursuant to the provisions of M.G.L., Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 116 voting in favor, 3 opposed, 0 abstentions ARTICLE 14 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS May 7, 2015 Failed: I move to send back to Sponsor item number 738. Jim Pillsbury, Precinct 6 ARTICLE 15 To see if the Town will vote to act on reports and recommendations of the Selectmen and other officers and committees of the Town and Boards of Trustees and to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for the support of the operations of the Town, for a Reserve Fund, for any other purposes included in said reports, for the payments of notes and bonds of the Town, if any, which mature before the next annual meeting, for the payment of pensions and for all other necessary expenses of the Town for the Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016). Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 220 May 14, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear and act on reports and recommendations of the Selectmen and other officers and committees of the Town and Boards of Trustees and to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for the support of the operations of the Town, for a Reserve Fund, for any other purposes included in said reports, for the payment of notes and bonds of the Town, if any, which mature before the next annual meeting, for the payment of pensions and for all other necessary expenses of the Town for the Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016). Unclassified Appropriation $32,821,856 Retirement Appropriation $14,899,645 Debt Service Appropriation $11,922,904 Fire Division $13,579,739 Police Division $14,913,780 Public Works Division $10,155,797 Framingham Public Library $3,039,418 Planning Board $223,124 Town Clerk Stipend $94,932 Town Clerk/Elections Division $371,789 General Government Division $3,579,983 Parks & Recreation/Cultural Affairs Division $3,806,038 Finance Division $2,409,886 Inspectional Services Division $2,218,284 Community & Economic Development Division $508,866 Technology Services Division $1,564,774 Human Resources Division $1,055,950 Framingham Public Schools $115,731,953 Keefe Technical Assessment $8,941,210 Stabilization Fund $199,973 2/3 voting in favor Capital Stabilization Fund $999,866 2/3 voting in favor Reserve Fund $400,000 Snow & Ice Appropriation $1,636,288 Total Town Meeting Appropriation $245,076,055 And to meet said appropriations, the Town approves the following to support the budget: Transfer from Free Cash $4,949,739 Transfer from Parking Meter Receipts $50,000 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 221 Transfer from Sewer Enterprise Fund $1,434,330 Transfer from Water Enterprise Fund $1,548,092 Transfer from Consumer and Merchant Protection Act Funds $15,000 And the balance to be raised from taxation. ARTICLE 15 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS May 13, 2015 Failed: I move that Town Meeting reduce the Police budget by 54,000 thousand dollars for a budget total of 14,913,780.00 dollars. Jim Pillsbury, Precinct 6 _______________________________________________________________________________ May 14, 2015 Failed: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Education, I move that the budget line item for Framingham Public Schools be amended to $116,517,639. Richard J. Weader, II, Precinct 4 _______________________________________________________________________________ ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION A May 13, 2015 Passed: I move that Town Meeting insists that the Town Manager direct the Media Services Department make available all recorded government meetings on the government website in “on demand”. And, that all recorded government meetings maintain cable competitive production quality in sound and lighting and that only government meetings are recorded and aired. Jim Pillsbury, Precinct 6 ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION B May 13, 2015 Failed: I move that we sell the mobile command center van and give the money to the skatepark. Jim Rizoli, Precinct 14 ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION C May 13, 2015 Passed: I move that Loring Arena account for indirect expenses on an annual basis. Deborah Butler, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION D May 13, 2015 Failed: I move for elimination of stipends equaling $12k paid to members of the Board of Assessors. Deborah Butler, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION E Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 222 May 13, 2015 Passed: Be it resolved that the Framingham legislators submit a bill to the State Legislature to allow funding for vocational education to follow a student to an out-of-district school when an in-district vocational school does not have the capacity to enroll the student as is done with Charter school funding. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION F May 14, 2015 Failed: I move that Town Meeting vote by resolution to request that the Framingham Public Schools undertake measures to allow the currently abandoned tennis courts at Barbieri Elementary School to be used for a skateboard park. Deborah Butler, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 15 RESOLUTION G May 14, 2015 Failed: I move that Town Meeting vote, as a gesture of good faith to Framingham taxpayers to remove $154,000, from the Capital Stabilization Fund representing a 1% cost of living allowance (COLA)for all non-bargaining municipal department employees. Deborah Butler, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 16 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for the operation of the Water Department, including capital outlay and debt service, and for all other necessary expenses for the Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016). Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 14, 2015 Voted: That the Town expend $18,941,466 in FY2016 in the Water Department for the cost of personnel, operating expenses, MWRA Assessment and debt service, under the direction of the Town Manager or his designee: and that $18,941,466 be raised from water receipts. ARTICLE 17 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money for the operation of the Sewer Department, including capital outlay and debt service, and for all other necessary expenses for the Fiscal Year 2016 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016). Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 223 May 14, 2015 Voted: That the Town expend $24,267,042 in FY2016 in the Sewer Department for the cost of personnel, operating expenses, MWRA Assessment and debt service, under the direction of the Town Manager or his designee: and that $24,267,042 be raised from sewer receipts. ARTICLE 18 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide $120,000 to fund the economic development activities of the Framingham Economic Development Industrial Corporation (EDIC). Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 14, 2015 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide $120,000 to fund the economic development activities of the Framingham Economic Development Industrial Corporation (EDIC). ARTICLE 19 To see if the Town will vote to transfer to the Board of Selectmen for general municipal purposes those parcels of land located at 618 Waverly Street (Rear) identified on the assessors map as parcel 100/138.0-0286-0008B.0 and 9999 Waverly Street identified on the assessors map as parcel 100/138.0-0286-0010.0, which were acquired by eminent domain for school purposes under Article 56 of the 1971 Annual Town Meeting, by Orders of Taking recorded with Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds at Book 12118, Page 221 and Book 12135, Page 60 respectively, and which were declared as no longer needed for school purposes pursuant to the School Committee vote. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 14, 2015 Voted: That the Town authorize the transfer to the Board of Selectmen for general municipal purposes those parcels of land located at 618 Waverly Street (Rear) identified on the assessors map as parcel 100/138.0-0286-0008B.0 and 9999 Waverly Street identified on the assessors map as parcel 100/138.0-0286-0010.0, which were acquired by eminent domain for school purposes under Article 56 of the 1971 Annual Town Meeting, by Orders of Taking recorded with Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds at Book 12118, Page 221, and Book 12135, Page 60 respectively, and which were declared as no longer needed for school purposes by vote of the School Committee; that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to prepare such plans and approvals as may be necessary to create Parcels A, B, C, Ca and D as shown on the background materials included herewith; and that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to dispose of any or all of Parcels A, B and Ca. 96 voting in favor, 5 opposed, 2 abstentions ARTICLE 19 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 224 May 14, 2015 Passed: I move that the parcel (referred to as parcel “A”) located at 9999 Waverly Street identified on assessors map parcel #100/138.0-0286-0008.A be removed from the motion. George Lewis, Precinct 18 ARTICLE 20 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide $709,245 for the one-time payment to Keefe Vocational Technical School for the Framingham share of the roof replacement project. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 19, 2015 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to transfer $709,245.04 from Free Cash for the one-time payment to Keefe Vocational Technical School for the Framingham share of the roof replacement project. 105 voting in favor, 9 opposed, 2 abstentions. ARTICLE 21 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide the sum of $75,000 for the purposes of studying, maintaining, improving or remediating open space and conservation lands in the Town of Framingham. These funds will be managed by the Town Manager or his designee. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 19, 2015 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide the sum of $75,000 for the purposes of studying, maintaining, improving or remediating open space and conservation lands in the Town of Framingham. These funds will be managed by the Town Manager or his designee. ARTICLE 22 To see if the Town will vote to amend the T Salary Schedule to comply with minimum wage laws and to amend the Classification Plan to include those positions formerly covered by the Public Safety Managers (PSM) bargaining unit. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Human Resources / Chief Financial Officer May 19, 2015 Voted: That the Town amend the T Salary Schedule, as presented in the background material, to comply with minimum wage laws; and further, to amend the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 225 Classification Plan to include those positions formerly covered by the Public Safety Managers (PSM) bargaining unit. ARTICLE 23 To see if the Town will vote to fund any collective bargaining agreements that have been settled, and adopt any necessary changes to the Compensation Schedules. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Human Resources April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 24 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate, enter into, execute and approve an agreement for a payment in lieu of taxes agreement (PILOT Agreement) as authorized by MGL Chapter 59, section 38H with MA Solar Highway LLC, with respect to annual payments in lieu of real and personal property taxes for a term up to twenty years relative to solar electric generating facilities to be installed and located on land owned by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and located at Massachusetts Turnpike Exit 13 (north and south cloverleaf) and Framingham Service Plaza. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 19, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to negotiate, enter into, execute and approve a payment in lieu of taxes agreement (PILOT Agreement) as authorized by MGL, Chapter 59, Section 38H with MA Highway Solar LLC, with respect to annual payments in lieu of real and personal property taxes for a term up to twenty years relative to solar electric generating facilities to be installed and located on land owned by Massachusetts Department of Trasportation (MassDOT) and located at Massachusetts Turnpike Exit 13 (north and south cloverleaf) and Framingham Service Plaza. ARTICLE 24 RESOLUTION A May 19, 2015 Passed: Be it resolved that the Town Manager give a report at the Fall 2015 Town Meeting on the status of the green energy/Green Community projects previously approved by Town Meeting. Also, report on the number of Green Community grants which the Town has applied for and the value of the grants received. Robert Bois, Precinct 5 ARTICLE 25 RESOLUTION A To see if Town Meeting will vote by resolution to request that the Superior Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts decide the legality of valuing commercial and industrial property in one manner and residential property in another. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 226 Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition (D. Butler) May 19, 2015 Failed: I move that Town Meeting request that the Superior Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts decide the legality of valuing commercial and industrial property in one manner and residential property in another. ARTICLE 26 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or borrow for the Framingham Skatepark Building Project. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition (J.Grove) May 19, 2015 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide $50,000.00 to pay for design and engineering services to conduct a site study, compile appropriate plans and specifications, and identify cost estimates for a Framingham Skate Park that would be operated under the auspices of the Framingham Parks and Recreation Department; said plans to include the costs of construction, furnishings, fixtures, construction management, and any incidental and related expenses for the Skate Park; and further, that the Town Manager and Parks and Recreation Commission be authorized to create an eleven (11) member advisory committee composed of three members who live in Framingham, one member of the Board of Selectmen, two members of the Parks and Recreation Commission, the Conservation Administrator, one member each of the Finance and Capital Budget Committees, the Director of Parks and Recreation or his designee and the Town Manager or his designee; and further, that said Skate Park Advisory Committee report to the Town Meeting no later than the 2016 Annual Town Meeting. ARTICLE 26 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS May 19, 2015 Failed: I move to add two members from the Framingham School Administration to be appointed by the School Committee to the 11 member Skate Park Advisory Committee. Robert Bois, Precinct 5 ARTICLE 26 RESOLUTION A May 19, 2015 Passed: Be it resolved that in recognition of the work and expertise of the Sponsor of Article 26, that the Sponsor be appointed as one of the three Framingham members of the Skate Park Advisory Committee. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 ARTICLE 27 Youth in low-income areas are particularly prone to health issues related to lack of exercise due to the expense of equipment and travel, or lack of leisure time. For these communities a local Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 227 skatepark is an effective tool that teaches healthy, athletic living. Skateboarding is physically active and requires, at times, great concentration. It encourages children to spend time outdoors, test their endurance, sharpen their senses and develop their creativity. Skateparks provide a place for local youth to meet, socialize and develop friendships based on a common, healthy interest. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition (J.Grove) April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 28 WHEREAS, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has engaged in a process to establish a competitive market place through the restructuring of the electricity market; and WHEREAS, citizens of Framingham have a substantial economic and social interest in terms of greater customer choice and opportunities for savings and purchasing Renewable energy in this restructured market; and WHEREAS, The town of Framingham acknowledges the significance of Climate Change and its impact on the Town’s budget as a result of more frequent snow storms, drought, floods and heat waves; and WHEREAS, additional reliance on natural gas and natural gas infrastructure is detrimental for the environment, worsens Climate Change and is a risk to Framingham residents’ safety; and WHEREAS, The town of Framingham recognizes the significance of encouraging development of local renewable energy for future generations and for creating a strong independent Commonwealth energy economy; and WHEREAS, the Town of Framingham hereby finds that it may be in the interest of its citizens who are electric ratepayers, both residential and commercial/industrial, to develop and secure such approvals and enter into appropriate agreements with consultants, experts and attorneys in connection with the establishment and operation of an electricity aggregation plan. THEREFORE, The Town of Framingham authorize that the Board of Selectmen enters residents of the Town into a Community Choice Aggregation Program and contract for electric supply of 100% Renewable Energy for Framingham residents and businesses as defined in MGL 164, Section 134, or otherwise act thereon. With the understanding that if a power supply contract is executed, individual consumers would retain the option not to participate in the aggregation plan and, instead, to choose any electricity alternatives they desire. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition (K. Weiss) May 19, 2015 Failed: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to enter into a Community Choice Aggregation Program and contract for electric supply of 100% Renewable Energy for Framingham residents and businesses as defined in MGL 164, Section 134. ARTICLE 29 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 228 To see if the Town of Framingham will vote to accept the provisions of Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 90-I, Section 1, as amended, the Complete Streets Program, to allow the Town to participate in, apply for, and receive funding pursuant to said section and Section 6121-1318, Chapter 79 of the Acts of 2014. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board May 19, 2015 Voted: That the Town accept the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 90-I, the Complete Streets Program. ARTICLE 29 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS May 19, 2015 Failed: I move to send back to Sponsor. Jim Rizoli, Precinct 14 ARTICLE 30 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning By-law by: (a) amending Section I.E, Definitions; (b) amending Sections II.A, Classes of Districts; II.B, Table of Uses; II.C, Prohibited Uses; II.F, Technology Park District; II.G, Accessory Uses, and II.H, Trailers; (c) amending Section III.E, Commercial Ground-Mounted Solar Photovoltaic Renewable Energy Installations Overlay District; (d) amending Section IV Dimensional Regulations; (e) deleting Section V.F, Open Space Residential Development in its entirety; (f) amending Section VI.F, Site Plan Review; (g) re-positioning, re-captioning and re-numbering Section V.L, Land Disturbance, to Section V.F, and Section V.N Open Space Cluster Development to Section V.L, and making amendments to those sections and the Table of Contents accordingly; (h) amending the following sections for clarification and consistency with the above changes: (1) Section II.E.3.b, Planned Re-use; (2) Section III.B.10.b.(5) Planned Unit Development District (3) Section III.E.5.g.(3) Highway Overlay District Regulations (4) Section V.B.5.c Historic Re-use (5) Section V.C.7 Automatic Carwash and/or Self-Service Carwash (6) Section V.G.3.f Mixed Use Regulations (7) Section V.I.12.b Active Adult Housing (8) Section V.M.2.b(i) Agricultural Preservation Development (9) Section VI.D.2 Zoning Board of Appeals (10) Section VII.A Incorporation of the Zoning Map and (i) making other amendments for clarification and consistency, including references to Sections of the Zoning By-law that are effected by the amendments; Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 229 as set forth in the background materials, which shows those portions of the Zoning By-law to be changed or amended in “red-line” format, (new text is underlined and deleted text is stricken through), on file in the offices of the Planning Board and Town Clerk and also posted on the Town of Framingham website; excluding the “comments” which are not part of the proposed Zoning By-law amendments and are solely for informational purposes. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board May 12, 2015 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Bylaws be amended by: (a) amending Section I.E, Definitions; (b) amending Sections II.A, Classes of Districts; II.B, Table of Uses; II.C, Prohibited Uses; II.F, Technology Park District; II.G, Accessory Uses, and II.H, Trailers; (c) amending Section III.E, Commercial Ground-Mounted Solar Photovoltaic Renewable Energy Installations Overlay District; (d) amending Section IV Dimensional Regulations; (e) deleting Section V.F, Open Space Residential Development in its entirety; (f) amending Section VI.F, Site Plan Review; (g) re-positioning, re-captioning and re-numbering Section V.L, Land Disturbance, to Section V.F, and Section V.N Open Space Cluster Development to Section V.L, and making amendments to those sections and the Table of Contents accordingly; (h) amending the following sections: (1) Section II.E.3.b, Planned Re-use; (2) Section III.B.10.b.(5) Planned Unit Development District (3) Section III.E.5.g.(3) Highway Overlay District Regulations (4) Section V.B.5.c Historic Re-use (5) Section V.C.7 Automatic Carwash and/or Self-Service Carwash (6) Section V.G.3.f Mixed Use Regulations (7) Section V.I.12.b Active Adult Housing (8) Section V.M.2.b(i) Agricultural Preservation Development (9) Section VI.D.2 Zoning Board of Appeals as attached and as set forth in the handout for this town meeting dated April 28, 2015, which shows those portions of the Zoning By-law to be changed or amended in “red-line” format, (new text is underlined and deleted text is stricken through), on file in the offices of the Planning Board and Town Clerk; excluding the “comments” and highlighting which are not part of the proposed Zoning By-law amendments and are solely for informational purposes. 131 voting in favor, 1 opposed, 0 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 30 – ATTACHMENT (ON FILE AT THE TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE) ARTICLE 31 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 230 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning By-law by adding new definitions to Section I.E. Definitions related to the TDR By-law and further amending the Framingham Zoning By-law by adding a new Section V.O. Transfer of Development Rights By-law as presented in the background information of the Annual Town Meeting Warrant submitted to Annual Town Meeting. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board May 12, 2015 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Bylaw be amended by adding new definitions to Section I.E. Definitions related to the TDR Bylaw and further, that the Framingham Zoning Bylaw be amended by adding a new Section V.O. Transfer of Development Rights Bylaw as attached and presented on the back table of Annual Town Meeting. 114 voting in favor, 14 opposed, 6 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 31 - ATTACHMENT Framingham Annual Town Meeting Sponsor: Framingham Planning Board Start Date: April 28, 2015 Article 31: Transfer of Development Rights Transfer of Development Rights -- Definitions Developable Farm: Land currently used for Agriculture and/or Farm as defined in Section I.E shall be considered a Developable Farm if said property has not utilized its Development Rights, nor has it been protected from development, nor has an Agricultural Preservation Restriction (APR) been placed on it. The Developable Farm shall consist of one or more contiguous parcels in one ownership throughout, or any combination of parcels of land consolidated under a joint development agreement. Developable Open Space Parcel: Land that has not utilized its Development Rights, nor has it been protected from development, nor has a Conservation Restriction (CR) been placed on it. The land shall consist of one or more contiguous parcels in one ownership throughout, or any combination of parcels of land consolidated under a joint development agreement. Giving Parcel: A Giving Parcel is a Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space Parcel that is located within a Residential Zoning District and contains five or more buildable acres. Receiving Parcel: A Receiving Parcel shall consist of one or more contiguous parcels in one ownership throughout, or any combination of parcels of land consolidated under a joint development agreement where all such owners jointly apply for a TDR special permit, which has been designated as a Chapter 43D: Priority Development site: 1672 Worcester Road, 1800 Worcester Road, 1898RR Worcester Road, 1900R Worcester Road, 1900RR Worcester Road, 100 Crossing Blvd, 149 Crossing Blvd, 150 Crossing Blvd, 175 Crossing Blvd, 200 Crossing Blvd, 225 Crossing Blvd, 150 Gates Street, 100 Staples Drive, 200 Staples Drive, 400 Staples Drive, 500 Staples Drive, 740 Cochituate Road, 750 Cochituate Road, and 156 Speen Street, 0 Pleasant Street Connector , 9 Pleasant Street Connector, 15 Pleasant Street Connector, 10 California Ave, 11 California Ave, 40 California Ave, 1 The Mountain Road, 5 The Mountain Road, 100 The Mountain Road, 0 Pennsylvania Ave, 100 Pennsylvania Ave, 105 Pennsylvania Ave, 115 Pennsylvania Ave, 125 Pennsylvania Ave, 135 Pennsylvania Ave, 137 Pennsylvania Ave, 145 Pennsylvania Ave, 0 New York Ave RR, 1 New York Ave, 2 New York Ave, 31 New York Ave, 33 New York Ave, 45 New York Ave, 47 New York Ave, 49 New York Ave, 51 New York Ave, 55 New York Ave, 74 New York Ave, 84 New York Ave, 86 New York Ave, 86R New York Ave, 88 New York Ave, and 92 New York Ave. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 231 Development Rights: The total square footage of a residential building on a Giving Parcel to be considered to be transfer to a Receiving Parcel shall be in accordance with the Transfer of Development Rights Residential Parcel Chart. Accessory structures shall not be utilized for this calculation. The permitted residential building size allowed within the Transfer of Development Rights Residential Building Size Chart for the given zoning district that the Giving Parcel is located in shall be multiplied by the total number of lots allowed by-right as determined in the Transfer of Development Rights Yield Plan. One square foot of residential building area on a Giving Parcel shall equal one square foot of development potential on a Receiving Parcel. Transfer of Development Rights (TDR): The Transfer of Development Rights from a Giving Parcel to a Receiving Parcel to allow for the preservation of a Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space Parcel and to increase development potential upon the Receiving Parcels. The Transfer of Development Rights is allowed by a special permit from the Planning Board. Peer Review Consultant: A person who is not a Town employee who shall assist the Planning Board and/or Zoning Board of Appeals, in plan review, impact analysis, inspection or other technical or legal assistance necessary to ensure compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. Such consultants shall be selected and retained by the Planning Board and/or Zoning Board of Appeals, with the actual and reasonable cost for their services to be paid by the applicant. Transfer of Development Rights Yield Plan (TDR Yield Plan): A conceptual site plan developed by a certified professional engineer and/or land surveyor licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that demonstrates the extent of development that could occur by-right on the Giving Parcel. The TDR Yield Plan shall identify all non-buildable areas, which include wetlands, wetland buffers, and Moderate Slopes, and deem this area as non-buildable; non-buildable areas shall not be considered as part of the developable area. SECTION V.O. Transfer of Development Rights 1. Purpose The purpose of the Transfer of Development Right (TDR) By-law is to provide an alternative for the preservation of Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space Parcels; while encouraging economic development through an increase in the development potential within designated parcels. Through a TDR special permit a Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space Parcel can sell its potential Development Rights to a Receiving Parcel; thereby allowing the Receiving Parcel to meet its companies’ growth demands. The objective of the TDR is twofold: to serve as an economic development tool while promoting the preservation of Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space parcel in exchange. The intent of the TDR special permit is consistent with the goals and objectives of the Town’s Master Land Use Plan and Open Space & Recreation Plan. 2. Applicability a. The Giving Parcel 1. The Planning Board shall determine the allowable Development Rights that may be transferred to a Receiving Parcel. To determine the total Development Rights allowed to be transferred, the owner of the Giving Parcel shall prepare a Transfer of Development Rights Yield Plan (TDR Yield Plan). 2. The owner of the Giving Parcel shall submit the TDR Yield Plan and an application to the Planning Board for review. The Planning Board may retain a Peer Review Consultant at the expense of the owner of the Giving Parcel to ensure the TDR Yield Plan represents a true and accurate representation of the Giving Parcel. 3. The TDR Yield Plan will be reviewed during a posted public hearing; notice of the public hearing shall be made in accordance with G.L. c. 40A, §11. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 232 4. The total allowable Development Rights that the Giving Parcel is eligible to transfer shall be the total square footage of the residential building allowed as denoted in the Transfer of Development Rights Residential Building Size Chart within the specific zoning district that the Giving Parcel is located in. The size of the residential building as denoted in the Transfer of Development Rights Residential Building Size Chart shall be multiplied by the total number of building lots allowed by-right to determine the total area to be transferred to a Receiving Parcel and placed under an APR and/or CR. Transfer of Development Rights Residential Building Size Chart Giving Parcel Zoning District Residential Building Size Single Family Residential (R-4) 6,500 square feet Single Family Residential (R-3) 6,000 square feet Single Family Residential (R-2) 5,500 square feet Single Family Residential (R-1) 5,000 square feet General Residential (G) 4,500 square feet 5. The APR and/or CR placed on the Giving Parcel shall be as follows:  For Giving Parcels transferring all Development Rights: At the expense of the owner of the Giving Parcel, the entire Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space Parcel shall be placed under an APR and/or CR in perpetuity. The entire Giving Parcel shall include all areas identified as non-buildable areas which include wetlands, wetland buffers, and Moderate Slopes, in addition to the buildable lots as identified in the TDR Yield Plan.  For Giving Parcels transferring a portion of Development Rights: At the expense of the owner of the Giving Parcel the portion of the Developable Farm and/or Developable Open Space Parcel associated with the square footage to be transferred shall be placed under an APR and/or CR. This shall include all building lot areas associated with the residential building unit square footage, infrastructure and roadways associated with the building lots, and all non-buildable areas including wetlands, wetland buffers, and Moderate Slopes as identified in the TDR Yield Plan. For fractions of residential building unit square footage, all fractions shall be rounded up to the nearest whole number. The portion of the land to be placed under an APR and/or CR shall be selected with the intent of creating contiguous tracks of land and where possible contiguous with abutting farm land and open space land. 6. All lands deemed non-buildable on the Giving Parcel, such as wetlands, wetland buffers, and Moderate Slopes as identified in the TDR Yield Plan, shall be placed under an APR and/or CR at the same time as the first Development Rights are placed under an APR and/or CR. Development Rights on a Giving Parcel that have not been transferred to a Receiving Parcel shall remain eligible for future transfer or development. b. The Receiving Parcel 1. The owner of the Receiving Parcel shall file an application for a TDR special permit with the Planning Board. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 233 2. The owner of the Receiving Parcel shall enter into an agreement with the owner of the Giving Parcel for the transfer of the Development Rights prior to applying for a TDR special permit. 3. The Planning Board Administrator shall ensure that the APR and/or CR has been placed on the Giving Parcel by the Receiving Parcel prior to the issuance of any occupancy and use permit. 4. The owner of the Receiving Parcel may assemble Development Rights from multiple Giving Parcels. The resulting development on a Receiving Parcel shall not exceed the allowable dimensional requirement increases stated herein. Parcels of land that are pre-existing non-conforming lots that exceed allowed densities or that have received variances for building height, number of additional floors, lot coverage, and/or FAR are not eligible to receive transferred Development Rights. 5. The transferred Development Rights from the Giving Parcel may be used in a 1:1 ratio on a Receiving Parcel. Development Rights from the Giving Parcel that are used on a Receiving Parcel may be applied on the Receiving Parcel to increase the following dimensional regulations from those stated in Section IV.E.2. Table of Dimensional Regulations allowed by-right. Allowed increases as permitted in Section IV.E.2. should not create the need for an increase in parking that exceeds the capacity of the Receiving Parcel. If the increase as permitted in Section IV.E.2. requires more additional parking than the site can support, then the Receiving Parcel shall construct structured parking or establish alternative transportation options to the site such as carpool incentives, transportation from local public transportation hubs, etc. Maximum Increase in Building Height/Additional Floors Maximum Increase in Lot Coverage Maximum Increase in FAR Chapter 43D Priority Development Sites 35%* 15%* 50%* * total height shall not exceed the allowed maximum for all structures, including roof top mechanical equipment or penthouses. 6. In the event of unused Development Rights the owner of the Receiving Parcel may be permitted to sell any unused Development Rights to another Receiving Parcel. The secondary Receiving Parcel shall be required to seek a Special Permit for the Transfer of Development Rights from the Planning Board prior to the use of the purchased Development Rights. c. Agriculture Preservation Restriction or Conservation Restriction Process The Giving Parcel must meet the following requirements: 1. Such parcel shall be placed under an APR and/or CR in perpetuity pursuant to state statute Chapter 184 Section 32 to ensure that said parcel will remain as agricultural land or open space. Once an APR and/or CR has been placed on the Giving Parcel no additional buildings can be built on nor can any land be used to yield additional Development Rights in the future, except as per c.2., below; 2. No buildings are allowed within the APR and/or CR area, except for existing buildings that have been constructed prior to the TDR Yield Plan. Farms shall be allowed to construct structures associated with the operations of the farm on up to 5 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 234 percent of the APR area. Structures associated with the farm may include: barns, farm store, housing for farm help, etc.; 3. The APR and/or CR may be held by the Town of Framingham, a land trust, or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The APR and/or CR is prohibited from being held by the owner of the Giving Parcel or the owner of the Receiving Parcel. The terms of the APR and/or CR shall be reviewed by Town Counsel at the expense of the owner of the Giving Parcel and approved by the Planning Board; 4. The Giving Parcel may develop a trail system within the APR and/or CR lands, which may be accessible for public use; 5. Farming rights on any land subject to the APR and/or CR may be sold or leased to another farmer for the purpose of continuing or creating Agricultural and/or Farm use of the land; 6. Developable Open Space may be utilized at a future date for Agriculture and/or Farm uses; and 7. All of the above restrictions shall be made part of and included as additional provisions contained within the APR and CR documentation. 3. Application Review The review procedure for the TDR special permit application shall be in conformance with M.G.L. ch. 40A, Sections 9 and 11 and Section VI.E., and other permitting and approval processes as may be applicable. The Planning Board may require the Applicant to fund a Peer Review Consultant to assist in the technical review as outlined herein, in accordance with Article 16 of the Planning Board’s Administrative Rules and Regulations and M.G.L. ch. 44, Section 53D. 4. Variance Limitation The Planning Board may issue a TDR special permit in accordance with the additional requirements and standards specified within Section V.O., only if the receiving parcel is not a pre-existing non-conforming property and a variance has not ever been issued from the requirements of this Section V.O for the Receiving Parcel. A pre-existing non- conformity or a variance from the provisions of Section V.O. shall render a property ineligible for the filing of a TDR special permit application and TDR special permit. ARTICLE 32 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning Map by rezoning the following parcels: 3, 5/7 and 9 Vernon Street, 8 and 12 Library Street and abutting said lots to the center line of Library Street, Oak Street, and Vernon Street from Office and Professional (P) Zoning District and Business (B) Zoning District to Neighborhood Business (B-1) Zoning District, furthermore rezone parcel 18 Edgell Road from Single Family Residential (R-1) Zoning District to Single Family Residential (R-3) Zoning District as presented in the background information of the Annual Town Meeting Warrant submitted to Annual Town Meeting. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board May 12, 2015 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Map be amended by rezoning the following parcels: 3, 5/7 and 9 Vernon Street, 8 and 12 Library Street and abutting said lots to the center line of Library Street, Oak Street, and Vernon Street from Office and Professional (P) Zoning Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 235 District and Business (B) Zoning District to Neighborhood Business (B-1) Zoning District, furthermore to rezone parcel 18 Edgell Road from Single Family Residential (R-1) Zoning District to Single Family Residential (R-3) Zoning District as presented in the background information of the Annual Town Meeting Warrant submitted to Annual Town Meeting. Passed Unanimously Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 33 To see if the Town will vote to amend the by-laws of the Town, Article VII, Section 5, Historic Districts 5.7.1, by adding under “Properties Included in the Framingham Centre Common Historic District”;  Harriet Carter House, 3 Vernon Street, built 1853  Julia Wight House, 5 Vernon Street, built circa 1860  Caroline B. Clark House, 9 Vernon, built 1852-1853  Lothrop Wight House, 8 Library, built circa 1860  John and Sarah Clark House, 12 Library, built circa 1860  Wight-Esty Block, 931-937 Worcester Road, built between 1832-1850  Van Duzer Hardware Company Block , 939 Worcester Road, built circa 1935  Tilton-Wheeler Store, 945 Worcester Road/1 Vernon Street, built by 1830 And by striking the entire list of such properties included in the Framingham Centre Common Historic District, and restating said list with the addition of these eight properties (Items 34-41). The new list would read: 1. Framingham Center Common c.1735 2. Village Hall, 2 Oak Street, built 1834 3. Edgell Memorial Library, (Framingham History Center) 3 Oak Street, built 1872 3a. Civil War Monument at 3 Oak Street, erected 1872 4. The Capt. Eliphalet Wheeler House, 18 Vernon Street, built 1818 5. The Jonathan Maynard Building (Danforth Art), 12 Vernon Street, built 1916 6. Framingham Academy (Framingham History Center Museum), 14 Vernon Street, built 1837 7. First Parish Church, 24 Vernon Street, built 1926 8. First Parish House, 24 Vernon Street, built 1959 9. Plymouth Church, 87 Edgell Road, built 1968 10. The Otis Boynton House, 85 Edgell Road, built 1825 11. The Jason Hall House, 65 Edgell Road, built 1850 12. The O’Brien House, 63 Edgell Road, built 1961 13. The Grossman House, 61 Edgell Road, built 1960 14. The Framingham Bank, 39 Edgell Road, built 1833 15. Office/Bank Building, 35 Edgell Road, built 1969 16. The Charles Train House (Plymouth Parsonage), 125 Edgell Road, c. 1836 17. The E. Cloyes House, 121 Edgell Road, c. 1836 18. The Daniel Hemenway House, 151 Edgell Road, c. 1800 19. The Brandolini House, 2 Auburn Street, built 1955 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 236 20. The Stone Gardner’s Cottage, 4 Auburn Street, c. 1850 21. Office Building, 5 Auburn Street, built 1970 22. The Whitney-Wiggins House, 10 Vernon Street, built 1826 23. The Edgar Wheeler House, 6 Vernon Street, c. 1850 24. The Clark Builders Trust House, 8 Vernon Street, built 1969 25. The Train-Vernon House, 20 Grove Street, c. 1848 26. The Rinaldo House, 31 Grove Street, built 1970 27. The Mrs. Gordon House, 33 Grove Street, c. 1810 28. The Tarbox House, 4 Warren Place, built 1836 29. The J.J. Marshall House, 3 Warren Place, c. 1800 30. The Stalker House, 8 Warren Place, c. 1768 31. The John Mann House, 11 Warren Place, c. 1867 32. The George A. Weeks House, 122 Edgell Road, built 1865 33. The General George Henry Gordon House, 936 Central Street, built 182 34. Harriet Carter House, 3 Vernon Street, built 1853 35. Julia Wight House, 5 Vernon Street, built ca. 1860 36. Caroline B. Clark House, 9 Vernon, built 1852-1853 37. Lothrop Wight House, 8 Library, built ca. 1860 38. John and Sarah Clark House, 12 Library, built ca. 1860) 39. Wight-Esty Block, 931-937 Worcester Road, built between 1832-1850 40. Van Duzer Hardware Company Block , 939 Worcester Road, built ca. 1935 41. Tilton-Wheeler Store, 945 Worcester Road/1 Vernon Street, built by 1830 Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Historic District Commission May 12, 2015 Voted: That the Bylaws of the Town, Article VII, Section 5, Historic Districts 5.7.1 be amended by adding eight properties under “Properties Included in the Framingham Centre Common Historic District”: 34. Harriet Carter House, 3 Vernon Street, built 1853 35. Julia Wight House, 5/7 Vernon Street, built ca. 1860 36. Caroline B. Clark House, 9 Vernon, built 1852-1853 37. Lothrop Wight House, 8 Library, built ca. 1860 38. John and Sarah Clark House, 12 Library, built ca. 1860) 39. Wight-Esty Block, 931-937 Worcester Road, built between 1832-1850 40. Van Duzer Hardware Company Block , 939 Worcester Road, built ca. 1935 41. Tilton-Wheeler Store, 945 Worcester Road/1 Vernon Street, built by 1830 131 voting in favor, 1 opposed, 0 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 34 To see if the Town will vote to hear a report of the Board of Selectmen relative to the laying out, the widening of, or the alteration to, and acceptance of the following streets, pursuant to Chapter 82 of the General Laws and Chapter 410 of the Acts of 2014; and to see if the Town will vote to accept said streets or the widening or alteration of said streets as a public way, as laid out by the Board of Selectmen and as shown on a plan or plans on file in the Office of the Town Clerk: Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 237 A. That portion of Angelica Drive extending from the layout of Angelica Drive as a public way dated May 8, 1978 in accordance with the vote of the April 20, 1978 Annual Town Meeting to its terminus; B. Lanewood Avenue from the northerly end of the 1978 street acceptance to its terminus C. Walker’s Way from the easterly location line of Lanewood Avenue to its terminus D. Hialeah Lane from the northerly location line of Danforth Street to the southerly location line of Riverpath Drive a public way laid out in accordance with the vote under Article 1 of the March 19, 2003 Special Town Meeting E. Jay Drive from the easterly location line of Hialeah Lane to that portion of Jay Road (now known as Jay Drive) that was laid out as a public way on April 15, 1963, in accordance with the vote under Article 9(i) of the 1963 Annual Town Meeting F. Saratoga Lane from the northerly location line of Jay Drive to its terminus And, further, to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, eminent domain, or otherwise, and to accept a deed or deeds to the Town of a fee simple interest or easements in any land necessary for said laying out, and any associated drainage, utility or other easements for said streets, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen and Town officers to take all related actions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Department of Public Works May 20, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear a report of the Board of Selectmen relative to the laying out, the widening of, or the alteration to, and acceptance of the following streets, pursuant to Chapter 82 of the General Laws and Chapter 410 of the Acts of 2014; and that the Town accept said streets or the widening or alteration of said streets as a public way, as laid out by the Board of Selectmen and as shown on a plan or plans on file in the Office of the Town Clerk: A. That portion of Angelica Drive extending from the layout of Angelica Drive as a public way dated May 8, 1978 in accordance with the vote of the April 20, 1978 Annual Town Meeting to its terminus; B. Lanewood Avenue from the northerly end of the 1978 street acceptance to its terminus C. Walker’s Way from the easterly location line of Lanewood Avenue to its terminus D. Hialeah Lane from the northerly location line of Danforth Street to the southerly location line of Riverpath Drive a public way laid out in accordance with the vote under Article 1 of the March 19, 2003 Special Town Meeting E. Jay Drive from the easterly location line of Hialeah Lane to that portion of Jay Road (now known as Jay Drive) that was laid out as a public way on April 15, 1963, in accordance with the vote under Aritlce 9(i) of the 1963 Annual Town Meeting F. Saratoga Lane from the northerly location line of Jay Drive to its terminus Further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase, eminent domain, or otherwise, and to accept a deed or deeds to the Town of a fee simple interest or easements in any land necessary for said laying out, and any associated drainage, utility or other easements for Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 238 said streets, and that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take all realted actions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article. Passed unanimously. ARTICLE 35 To see if the Town will vote to hear a report of the Board of Selectmen relative to the laying out, the widening of, or the alteration to a portion of Winch Street and Millwood Street to include within the layout of said Winch Street and Millwood Street that area identified as “Parcel 1-T WINCH CORPORATION, INC. AREA ABOUT 1,208 S.F.” pursuant to Chapter 82 of the General Laws; and to see if the Town will vote to accept said streets or the widening or alteration of said streets as a public way, as laid out by the Board of Selectmen and as shown on a plan or plans on file in the Office of the Town Clerk. And, further, to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, eminent domain, or otherwise, and to accept a deed or deeds to the Town of a fee simple interest or easements in any land necessary for said laying out, and any associated drainage, utility or other easements for said streets, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen and town officers to take all related actions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Department of Public Works May 20, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear a report of the Board of Selectmen relative to the laying out, the widening of, or the alteration to a portion of Winch Street and Millwood Street to include within the layout of said Winch Street and Millwood Street that area identified as “Parcel 1-T WINCH CORPORATION, INC. AREA ABOUT 1,208 S.F.” pursuant to Chapter 82 of the General Laws; and that the Town accept said streets or the widening or alteration of said streets as a public way, as laid out by the Board of Selectmen and as shown on a plan or plans on file in the Office of the Town Clerk. Further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase, eminent domain, or otherwise, and to accept a deed or deeds to the Town of a fee simple interest or easements in any land necessary for said laying out, and any associated drainage, utility or other easements for said streets, and that the Board of Selectmen and town officers be authorized to take all related actions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article. Passed unanimously. ARTICLE 36 To see if the Town will vote to hear a report of the Board of Selectmen relative to the laying out, the widening of, or the alteration to a Portion of Riverpath Drive to include within the layout of said Riverpath Drive that area identified as “ROADWAY EASEMENT AREA = 703 S.F.” and that area identified as ROADWAY EASEMENT AREA = 799 S.F.” pursuant to Chapter 82 of the General Laws; and to see if the Town will vote to accept said street or the widening or alteration of said street as a public way, as laid out by the Board of Selectmen and as shown on a plan or plans on file in the Office of the Town Clerk; Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 239 And, further, to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, eminent domain, or otherwise, and to accept a deed or deeds to the Town of a fee simple interest or easements in any land necessary for said laying out, and any associated drainage, utility or other easements for said streets, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen and town officers to take all related actions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article; Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Department of Public Works May 20, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear a report of the Board of Selectmen relative to the laying out, the widening of, or the alteration to a portion of Riverpath Drive to include within the layout of said Riverpath Drive that area identified as “ROADWAY EASEMENT AREA = 703 S.F.” and that area identified as ROADWAY EASEMENT AREA = 799 S.F.” pursuant to Chapter 82 of the General Laws; and that the Town accept said streets or the widening or alteration of said streets as a public way, as laid out by the Board of Selectmen and as shown on a plan or plans on file in the Office of the Town Clerk. Further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase, eminent domain, or otherwise, and to accept a deed or deeds to the Town of a fee simple interest or easements in any land necessary for said laying out, and any associated drainage, utility or other easements for said streets, and that the Board of Selectmen and town officers be authorized to take all related actions necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article. Passed unanimously. ARTICLE 37 To see if the town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift a permanent easement for the purposes of installing, maintaining, repairing and replacing traffic signal equipment, conduits and appurtenant structures under, upon and over said land at 480 Concord Street, Framingham, as shown on a plan entitled titled “Easement Exhibit Plan 498 Concord Street –Framingham, MA” prepared by Odone Survey & Mapping and dated January 12, 2015 as Job No. 21030678, on such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen shall determine to be appropriate, and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen and town officers to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this Article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Department of Public Works May 20, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift a permanent easement for the purposes of installing, maintaining, repairing, and replacing traffic signal equipment, conduits and appurtenant structures under, upon and over said land at 480 Concord Street, Framingham as shown on a plan entitled “Easement Exhibit Plan 498 Concord Street – Framingham, MA” prepared by Odone Survey & Mapping and dated January 12, 2015 as Job No. 21030678, on such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen shall determine to be appropriate, and further, that the Board of Selectmen and town officers be authorized to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this article. Passed unanimously. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 240 ARTICLE 38 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift from CR 21, LLC, and from Scott R. Hughes, Trustee of Welton Realty Trust, u/d/t/d September 14, 1990 which Trust is recorded with Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds at Book 20772, Page 24; and from CRP-3 FRAMINGHAM CORPORATE CENTER, LLC and from GMG 10 SPEEN STREET LLC, permanent easements to install, maintain, repair and replace traffic signal equipment, conduits and appurtenant structures, which easement areas are shown as “PARCEL NO. E-1-T”; “PARCEL NO. E-2-T” “PARCEL NO. E-3-T”; and “PARCEL NO. E-4-T” shown on the plan titled “EASEMENT PLAN OLD CONNECTICUT PATH” prepared by VHB, Inc. and dated Feb. 2015 as Job No. 12540, included in the background materials, and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen and town officers to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this Article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Department of Public Works May 20, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift from CR 21, LLC, and from Scott R. Hughes, Trustee of Welton Realty Trust, u/d/t/d September 14, 1990 which Trust is recorded with Middlesex South District Registry of Deeds at Book 20772, Page 24; and from CRP-3 FRAMINGHAM CORPORATE CENTER, LLC and from GMG 10 SPEEN STREET LLC, permanent easements to install, maintain, repair and replace traffic signal equipment, conduits and appurtenant structures, which easement areas are shown as “PARCEL NO. E-1-T”; “PARCEL NO. E-2-T”; “PARCEL NO. E-3-T”; and “PARCEL NO. E-4-T” shown on the plan titled “EASEMENT PLAN OLD CONNECTICUT PATH” prepared by VHB, Inc. and dated Feb. 2015 as Job No. 12540, included in the background materials, and further, that the Board of Selectmen and town officers be authorized to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this article. Passed unanimously. ARTICLE 39 To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II, Section 23.2 of the General Bylaws as follows, with deleted text shown as strikeout and added text in bold, underlined print: 23.2 Said Commission shall consist of nine (9) seven members appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Disability Commission May 20, 2015 Voted: That the General Bylaws, Article II, Section 23.2 be amended as follows, with deleted text shown as strikeout and added text in bold, underlined print: 23.2 Said Commission shall consist of nine (9) seven members appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 241 Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 40 To see if the Town will amend Article I, Section 1.3 and Article III Section 3.4 of the General Bylaws, regarding the appointment and management of the Government Study Committee, to define the committee size, quorum, and official officers as noted in the Background Materials for this article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee May 20, 2015 Voted: That the General Bylaws, Article I, Section 1.3 and Article III, Section 3.4 be amended as shown in the background material for this article and attached. Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 40 – ATTACHMENT For some years the Government study committee has been operating at a maximum appointed level of 9 or fewer members, and the quorum has been defined in the committee rules as “a simple majority of appointed meeting members, and no less than five.” The purpose of this article is to enact what has been the de facto state of the committee: 9 appointed members with a quorum of 5. While changing the bylaw, it makes sense to add the officers that have become traditional for the committee. To enact these changes, the following modifications to the Town’s General Bylaws are required (indicated by bold text that is formatted with either an underline or strikethrough): Article 1 Section 1.3 Board Number of Members Term of Office Appointing Authority Number Appointed / Yr. Government Study Committee Twelve Nine Members Three Years Moderator FourThree Article III Section 3.4 3.4 Quorum and OfficersOrganization Quorum shall be 5 of the appointed members. At the first meeting of each fiscal year a chairperson, vice chair, and clerk shall be elected by the members of the committee. ARTICLE 41 To see if the Town will amend Article II, Section 16.3 of the General Bylaws, to modify the quorum requirements of the Real Property Committee, as noted in the Background Materials for this article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 242 May 20, 2015 Voted: That the General Bylaws, Article II, Section 16.3 be amended as shown in the background material for this article and attached. Disapproved by the Attorney General on October 14, 2015 ARTICLE 41 – ATTACHMENT Under the current quorum requirements of the Real Property Committee, 60% of the appointed Town Meeting Members need to be present, and it is possible to have 11 of the 16 members in attendance without having a quorum. Considering the essential nature of the Real Property Committee’s work, and the potential challenge posed by restricting the quorum to just Town Meeting Members, this proposal aims to loosen the restriction without changing the intent of the requirement. The Government Study Committee recommends the adoption of a new quorum of 7 appointed members, with at least 4 being Town Meeting members. This will mean that 40% of the TMMs need to be present, and in a worst case scenario there can be 9 of the 16 members in attendance without having a quorum. To enact this change, the following modifications to the Town’s General Bylaws are required (indicated by bold text that is formatted with either an underline or strikethrough): Article II Section 16.3 The Real Property Committee shall choose its own officers from the ten (10) Town Meeting Members. A quorum of said committee shall be six seven (67), of the ten including at least four (104) Town Meeting Members. ARTICLE 42 To see if the Town will vote to amend Article I, Section 2.3 of the General Bylaws by adding the words, "Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Committee" after Finance Committee. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Elderly & Disabled Tax Relief Committee May 20, 2015 Voted: That the General Bylaws, Article I, Section 2.3 be amended by adding the words, “Elderly and Disabled Tax Relief Committee” after Finance Committee. Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 43 To see if the Town will vote to amend Article I, Section 2.3 of the General Bylaws by adding the words, "Foreclosure Committee" after Finance Committee. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Foreclosure Committee April 28, 2015 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with concurrence of the Sponsor. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 243 ARTICLE 44 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Town bylaws Article I Section 5.10 and 5.11 by combining these sections into Section 5.10 and defining a new section 5.11 regarding executive sessions. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Rules Committee May 20, 2015 Voted: That the Town bylaws, Article I, Section 5.10 and 5.11 be amended by combining these sections into Section 5.10 and defining a new section 5.11 as shown in the motion book for the 2015 Annual Town Meeting with the words “shall be kept by the clerk of the board, committee, or commission; or” inserted in section 5.11.5 before the words “shall be stored at the office of the board, or commission” as shown in the attached. Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 ARTICLE 44 - ATTACHMENT Bylaw as changed by motion under Article 44 of the 2015 Annual Town Meeting: 5.10 Each board, committee, or commission shall provide for keeping of minutes of its meetings. Committees that are required to provide minutes shall include Town Meeting Standing Committees. Each board, committee, or commission shall provide minutes to the Town Clerk in a timely manner according to the Open Meeting Law (MGL, c. 30A, sec. 18-25) practices of posting meeting minutes. All members present and all members absent shall be listed in minutes. 5.10.1 All votes taken shall be reported in the minutes. For boards elected by town wide election, the minutes shall include the name and vote of each member voting. 5.10.2 The minutes of each public meeting shall be prepared by the clerk or his or her designee of the respective board, commission or committee, and sent to the Town Clerk within 45 days of the meeting. The minutes shall indicate whether they have of have not been approved by the board, committee or commission when submitted to the Town Clerk. If a meeting is cancelled, or if no quorum is present at a scheduled meeting, the Town Clerk shall be notified. 5.10.3 The Town Clerk shall log the receipt of the minutes and send them to the Framingham Public Library in hard copy form, where they shall be kept for a period of (7)seven (7) years. If minutes are provided to the Town Clerk in electronic form and they have been prepared according to the standards defined by the Town webmaster, they shall be posted on the town web site in addition to being sent to the library. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 244 5.10.4 The Town Clerk shall note the receipt of minutes. If after 45 days from the date of a posted public meeting of a board, committee, or commission, the Town Clerk has not received a copy of the minutes, then the Town Clerk shall notify the chairperson of the board, committee, or commission that the minutes have not been received. 5.11 A board, committee, or commission may hold an executive session according to the Open Meeting Law (MGL, c. 30A, sec. 18-25) practices and shall provide for keeping of minutes of executive sessions. 5.11.1 A board, committee, or commission shall notify the Town Clerk of all executive sessions that were held or will be held. If a board, committee, or commission adjourns a public meeting to go into executive session the Town Clerk shall be so notified so that the executive session can be entered into the Town Clerk’s log of meetings. 5.11.2 When a board, committee, or commission adjourns a public meeting to go into executive session the minutes of that public meeting shall indicate the reason of the executive session and the vote by each member to go into executive session. 5.11.3 Minutes of an executive session shall indicate the attendance at such meeting and how each member voted when a vote is taken. Minutes of an executive session may be withheld from the public record until they are released by a vote of the board, committee, or commission. 5.11.4 Annually the chair shall request that the board, committee, or commission vote to release previous minutes of executive sessions, or portions thereof, as a public record or to retain minutes of previous executive sessions as non-public records. 5.11.5 Executive session minutes of a board, committee, or commission, appropriately marked, shall be kept by the clerk of the board, committee, or commission; or shall be stored at the office of the board, committee, or commission, if available; or shall be sent to the Town Clerk who shall store these minutes separate from minutes of public sessions. For executive session minutes that have not yet been released, the Town Clerk may only release a copy to the chair of the board, commission or committee and shall do so when requested. 5.11.6 Executive session minutes that involve the Town Counsel shall be reviewed by the Town Counsel before being released. Release of executive session minutes that involve meetings with Town Counsel must be approved by the Board of Selectmen to waive the attorney-client privilege for specific communications per Selectmen policy. ARTICLE 45 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 245 To see if the Town will vote to amend the first sentence of General By-laws Article V, Section 1.4.1 by adding the following new wording shown below in bold print: No person shall drink any alcoholic beverages as defined in Chapter 138, Section 1 of the Massachusetts General laws while on, in or upon any public way or upon any way to which the public has a right of access, or any place to which members of the public have access as invitees or licensees, park or playground, except that the sampling and sale of wine during a farmers market held on the town common and the sampling and sale of beer and wine during Metrofest held at Bowditch Athletic Complex are both permitted if duly licensed by the Board of Selectmen and in accordance with the applicable provisions of state law, including General Laws chapter 138 section 15F, or private land or place without consent of the owner or person in control thereof. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Town Manager May 20, 2015 Voted: That the General Bylaws, Article V, Section 1.4.1 be amended by adding the following new wording shown below in bold print: No person shall drink any alcoholic beverages as defined in Chapter 138, Section 1 of the Massachusetts General laws while on, in or upon any public way or upon any way to which the public has a right of access, or any place to which members of the public have access as invitees or licensees, park or playground, except that the sampling and sale of wine during a farmers market held on the town common and the sampling and sale of beer and wine during Metrofest held at Bowditch Athletic Complex are both permitted if duly licensed by the Board of Selectmen and in accordance with the applicable provisions of state law, including General Laws chapter 138 section 15F, or private land or place without consent of the owner or person in control thereof Approved by the Attorney General on September 15, 2015 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 246 APRIL 28, 2015 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if the Town of Framingham Town Meeting will vote to appropriate, and authorize the Treasurer with the approval of the Selectmen to appropriate from the Town of Framingham Open Space Stabilization Fund the sum of $675,000 for the purpose of purchasing for conservation and passive recreation purposes, by eminent domain or negotiated purchase or otherwise, a certain property together with buildings thereon, known as the SNOW PROPERTY consisting of 12.5 acres, more or less, as shown on a plan entitled "95 Wayside Inn Road - Boundary Map Town of Framingham" dated June 2014; that said land be conveyed to the Town of Framingham under the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 8c, and as it may hereafter be amended and other Massachusetts statutes relating to Conservation, to be managed and controlled by the Conservation Commission of the Town, and the Conservation Commission be authorized to file on behalf of the Town any and all applications deemed necessary for grants and /or reimbursements from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts deemed necessary under Chapter 132A, Section 11 and/or any others in any way connected with the scope of this Article, and the Town and the Conservation Commission be authorized to enter into all agreements and execute any and all instruments as may be necessary on behalf of the Town to affect said purchase. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 28, 2015 Voted: That Article 15 of the October 21, 2014 Special Town Meeting be amended to appropriate and authorize the Treasurer with the approval of the Selectmen to raise and appropriate the sum of $675,000 for the purpose of purchasing for conservation and passive recreation purposes, by eminent domain or negotiated purchase or otherwise, a certain property together with buildings thereon, known as the SNOW PROPERTY consisting of 12.5 acres, more or less, as shown on a plan entitled “95 Wayside Inn Road – Boundary Map Town of Framingham” dated June 2014; that said land be conveyed to the Town of Framingham under the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 8c, and as it may hereafter be amended and other Massachusetts statutes relating to conservation, to be managed and controlled by the Conservation Commission of the Town, and that the Conservation Commission be authorized to file on behalf of the Town any and all applications deemed necessary for grants and/or reimbursements from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts deemed necessary under Chapter 132A, Section 11 and/or any others in any way connected with the scope of this article, and that the Town and the Conservation Commission be authorized to enter into all agreements and execute any and all instruments as may be necessary on behalf of the Town to affect said purchase, and to meet said appropriation, that $275,000 to be transferred from the Open Space Stabilization Fund, provided further, that the authorizations included in this article be conditional upon the receipt of a Massachusetts LAND grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the amount of $400,000. 104 voting in favor, 31 opposed, 5 abstentions. ARTICLE 2 To see if the Town will vote to: (a) approve the form of the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Agreement by and between the Town of Framingham, Jack’s Abby Brewing, LLC and Clinton Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 247 100 CPI LLC, pursuant to G.L. c. 40, § 59, on file with the Board of Selectmen; (b) authorize the Board of Selectmen to submit a Certified Project Application to the Massachusetts Economic Assistance Coordinating Council for approval; and (c) authorize the Board of Selectmen to execute the TIF Agreement and any other related documents and to take such other actions as may be necessary or appropriate to implement the TIF Agreement and take such other and further action as may be necessary or appropriate to obtain approval of the Certified Project Application or to carry out the purposes of this article. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 28, 2015 Voted: That the Town (a) approve the form of the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Agreement by and between the Town of Framingham, Jack’s Abby Brewing, LLC and Clinton 100 CPI LLC, pursuant to G.L. c. 40, §59, on file with the Board of Selectmen; (b) authorize the Board of Selectmen to submit a Certified Project Application to the Massachusetts Economic Assistance Coordinating Council for approval; and (c) authorize the Board of Selectmen to execute the TIF Agreement and any other related documents and to take such other actions as may be necessary or appropriate to implement the TIF Agreement and take such other and further action as may be necessary or appropriate to obtain approval of the Certified Project Application or to carry out the purposes of this vote. 139 voting in favor, 2 opposed, 2 abstentions Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 248 MAY 5, 2015 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if Town Meeting will vote to amend the By-Laws of the Town Article III: Town Meeting section 2 Standing Committees, by adding the following sentence to Article III: (h) Assessing Standing Committee will be responsible for oversight of the Assessing Department and Board of Assessors. Pass any vote, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens’ Petition (D. Butler) May 5, 2015 Failed: That the Bylaws of the Town, Article III: Town Meeting, Section 2.1.2 regarding Standing Committees be amended by adding the following sentence after item (g): (h) Standing Committee on Assessing – responsible for the Assessing Department and Board of Assessors. ARTICLE 1 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS May 5, 2015 Failed: I move that Town Meeting vote to refer Article 1 back to Sponsor. R. Karl Rookey, Precinct 14 ARTICLE 2 To see if Town Meeting will vote to authorize and approve the filing of a petition with the General Court of the Commonwealth, under Section 8 of Article 2 of the Amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth, as amended by Article LXXXIX of those Amendments, known as the “Home Rule Amendment”, to enact a special law to change the Assessor positions from appointments by the Chief Financial Officer with approval of the Town Manager to elected positions. Pass any vote, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens’ Petition (D. Butler) May 5, 2015 Failed: That Town Meeting authorize and approve the filing of a petition with the General Court of the Commonwealth, under Section 8 of Article 2 of the Amendments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth, as amended by Article LXXXIX of those Amendments, known as Home Rule Amendment”, to enact a special law to change the Assessor positions from appointments by the Chief Financial Officer with approval of the Town Manager to elected positions and amend Article I: General Provisions Applicable to All Permanent Officers, Boards and Committee of the Town Bylaws Section 1.1 line fourteen (14) by striking the words “Appointed (One Each Year)” and Inserting the word “Elected”; striking the words “Chief Financial Officer with approval of the Town Manager” and inserting the symbol “-“ and inserting “Two in 2 Years/One in 1 year” and “Term of Office: Three Years”. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 249 OCTOBER 20, 2015 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if the Town will vote to hear reports from various Departments, Boards, Committees and Commissions listed in this warrant article unless said reports have been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members. The requested reports are: 1. Report from the Town Clerk on the status of Town bylaws passed under Articles at the 2015 ATM 2. Report from the Board of Selectmen on a bill to allow funding for vocational education to follow a student to an out-of-district school when an in-district vocational school does not have the capacity to enroll the student (2015 ATM Article 15 Resolution E) 3. Report from the School Superintendant on the overall plan and status for incorporating technology into the schools, including the integration of computers into the curriculum (2015 ATM Article 12, Resolution B) 4 Report from the Director of Public Works on the following special projects: a. Birch Road wells project b. Update on current construction projects 5. Report from the Skate Park Advisory Committee on the plans for a Skate Park. (2015 ATM Article 26) 6. Report form the Chief Financial Officer on the following standard reports for the Fall Town Meeting: a. A report on the long-term financial forecast of revenue and major expense increases b. Transfers made by the Finance Committee from the Reserve Fund during the previous fiscal year c. Transfers made during the previous fiscal year from the budget of one department to the budget for another department by the Division Director responsible for both departments d. The final budget and actual expenses for each budget category for the 2015 fiscal year e. The count of Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) staff employed in each department as of the end of the 2015 fiscal year f. All revenue received during the 2015 fiscal year by each department, including the School Department, from all grants or other funding sources not included in the operating budget g. The fund balance at the end of FY2015 on all revolving funds and other funds not part of a department budget h. For each special account (not a department account) the amount accumulated in the special account over many years but not yet expended (not including grant revenue). The report should also include the number of town employees funded and whether these employees received town benefits. The non-departments should include but are not limited to the following Cultural Council, Elderly Disabled Committee, Conservation, Media Services, Parking Meter, and Edgell Cemetery. i. Update on the OPEB account including the incremental impact of new collective bargaining agreements and current liabilities Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 250 7. Report from the Chief Financial Officer on the indirect expenses associated with operating the Loring Arena. Currently only the direct salary and operating expenses are budgeted for the Loring Arena and the actuals expenses reported but the costs for employee benefits and payment of bonding debt are not included with the cost of operating Loring Arena. (2015 ATM Article 15 Resolution C) 8. Report from the Chief Financial Officer providing an assessment of the budgetary needs of the Town for the next fiscal year and the anticipated change in the current year’s tax levy recommended to be used in preparing the FY2017 fiscal year’s budget (2014 ATM Article 36) 9. Report from the Selectmen on the estimated total of real estate assessments for the current year and estimated tax rate for the following year (2014 ATM Article 36) 10. Report from the Town Manager on the status of the green energy projects previously approved by Town Meeting. The report should include the number of Green Community grants which the Town has applied for and the value of the grants received (2015 ATM Article 24 Resolution A) 11. Any other reports recommended by the Board of Selectmen or requested by a committee And after all reports are given the Moderator shall allow a period of time for Town Meeting Members to ask questions on the reports and hear replies; then this article shall be disposed. Sponsor: Standing Committee on Rules October 21, 2015 Voted: That Town Meeting hear reports from various departments, boards, committees and commissions listed in this warrant article plus a report on the McAuliffe Library project and a report on Loring Arena project unless said reports have been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Member Members. Further, that after reports from a town official are given, the Moderator shall allow a period of time for Town Meeting Members to ask questions relating to the reports and hear replies. After all reports are given, this article is disposed. ARTICLE 2 To see if the Town will vote to hear a report from the Town Manager regarding the condition and space needs of the Memorial Building and the School Department. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Town Manager October 20, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear a report from the Town Manager regarding the condition and space needs of the Memorial Building and the School Department. ARTICLE 3 To see if the Town will vote to authorize payments of unpaid bills of prior years of the Town to be paid from the Fiscal Year 2016 departmental budgets in which they were incurred. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 251 October 20, 2015 Voted: That Town Meeting authorize payment of the following unpaid bills of prior years of the Town to be paid from the FY2016 departmental budget in which they were incurred. School Department – North Shore Shuttle $97.50 School Department – North Shore Shuttle $1,852.50 Treasurer/Collector – Invoice Cloud $176.40 ARTICLE 4 To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of $4,065 from the handicapped parking fines receipt for appropriation fund, for expenditure by the Disability Commission on projects for the benefit of persons with disabilities. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer/Disability Commission October 20, 2015 Voted: That the sum of $4,065 be transferred from the handicap parking fines receipt reserved for appropriation fund to be expended by the Disability Commission on projects for the benefit of people with disabilities. ARTICLE 5 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the proceeds of any insurance policy reimbursements of costs incurred as a result of any covered loss, including without limitation any liability insurance, property insurance, casualty insurance, workers’ compensation insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, automobile insurance, police and fire injury and medical costs, and any other insurance of any name and nature whatsoever. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: That the sum of $28,545.50 be transferred from the receipt reserve for appropriation account insurance proceeds greater than $20,000 for the purchase of a replacement police cruiser. ARTICLE 6 To see if the Town will vote to appropriate sum or sums of money for off-site mitigation improvements or as otherwise agreed upon by the Town of Framingham Planning Board and Project Applicant(s) pursuant to recorded Planning Board decision(s) for 740 & 770 Cochituate Road, dated January 9, 2014 and 24 Blandin Avenue, dated February 27, 2014; to be managed by the Town Manger or designee in consultation with the Planning Board and consistent with said decision(s). Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: That $25,000 of off-site mitigation funds for traffic improvements and studies relative to or as otherwise agreed upon by the Town of Framingham Planning Board and Project Applicant(s) pursuant to recorded Planning Board decision(s) for the immediate area Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 252 of 740 & 770 Cochituate Road, dated January 9, 2014 be appropriated; and further, that $45,000 of off-site mitigation funds for zoning and traffic studies, roadway and traffic improvements and nearby park and/or trail improvements or as otherwise agreed upon by the Town of Framingham Planning Board and Project Applicant(s) pursuant to recorded Planning Board decision(s) for the immediate area of 24 Blandin Avenue, dated February 27, 2014 be appropriated; to be managed by the Town Manager or designee in consultation with the Planning Board and consistent with said decision(s). ARTICLE 7 To see if the Town will vote to establish a new revolving fund as defined by Mass General Laws Chapter 44, Section 53E ½ for Fiscal Year 2016 beginning July 1, 2015; for the purpose of collecting license revenues from abutters of the Cochituate Rail Trail to be used for operating costs of maintenance and upkeep of the Cochituate Rail Trail. Anticipated revenue collections for FY16 are $6,000. Funds are to be managed by the Department of Public Works. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: That a new revolving fund be established as defined by MGL, Ch. 44, Section 53E½ for FY16 beginning July 1, 2015 as follows: Fund Manager Purpose FY16 Spending Ceiling Disposition of FY15 Fund Balance Cochituate Rail Trail Fund Public Works Division To receive funds from abutters of the Cochituate Rail Trail to be used for operating costs of maintenance and upkeep of the Cochituate Rail Trail. $6,000 ARTICLE 8 To see if the Town will vote to approve collective bargaining agreements for unions if an agreement is reached in advance of Town Meeting. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer/Human Resources October 27, 2015 Voted: That the appropriation and the corresponding Salary Schedules as attached to fund the JLMC arbitration award dated October 5, 2015 that sets forth the terms of a collective bargaining agreement between the Town of Framingham and Framingham Firefighters, Local 1652, effective FY2015-FY2017, be approved, and further, that $78,740 be transferred from the Miscellaneous/Unclassified Division Salary Reserve to the Fire Division. ARTICLE 8 ATTACHMENT Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 253 ARTICLE 8 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 20, 2015 Passed: I move that Article 8 be referred back to Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor. Mary Ellen Kelley, Chief Financial Officer ________________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 22, 2015 Passed: I move that Article 8 be reconsidered so that Town Meeting can consider whether to fund an arbitration award issued by the Joint Labor Management Committee on October 5, 2015 regarding a collective bargaining agreement for Local 1652, the Firefighters Union. Janet Leombruno, Precinct 5 80 voting in favor, 18 opposed, 0 abstentions. ARTICLE 9 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 254 To see if the Town will vote to approve the FY2016 COLA for Non-Union Municipal Employees, adopt any necessary changes to the corresponding Salary Schedules, and further, transfer funds from the salary reserve to cover the cost of the COLA. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer/Human Resources October 20, 2015 Voted: That the Personnel Bylaw of the Town be amended by adopting the new FY16 Salary Schedules, so called M scale and DH scale, as provided in the background material and attached. Further, that $75,260 be transferred from the Miscellaneous/Unclassified Division Salary Reserve as follows: Fire Division $3,864 Police Division $6,116 Public Works Division $10,853 Framingham Public Library $2,450 Planning Board $1,973 Town Clerk/Elections $2,193 General Government Division $8,627 Parks Division $5,894 Finance Division $12,976 Inspectional Services $13,289 Economic Development Division $2,141 Technology Services Division $1,141 Human Resources Division $3,743 ARTICLE 9 ATTACHMENT Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 255 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 256 ARTICLE 10 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning Bylaw by adding new definitions to Section I.E. Definitions, amend the Central Business (CB) District Purpose in Section II.A.2.d Central Business (CB) District, amend the Section II.B, Table of Uses in “red-line” format, (new text is underlined and deleted text is stricken through), add a new Section II.I Central Business (CB) District, amend the Section IV.E Dimensional Regulations related to the Central Business (CB) District, amend Section VI.F Site Plan Review, amend Section VI.G Variances, delete Section IV.E.9 in its entirety, amend Sections IV.B.7., IV.E.5.d., IV.E.6.d., and IV.E.7.d.2. by deleting references to the Central Business (CB) District, and amend the Table of Contents, as presented in the background information for the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board / Board of Selectmen October 21, 2015 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Bylaw be amended by adding new definitions to Section I.E. Definitions, amend the Central Business (CB) District Purpose in Section II.A.2.d Central Business (CB) District, amend the Table of Uses related to the Central Business (CB) District in Section II.B and further, to amend the Table of Uses by adding new Use Categories, add a new Section II.J Central Business (CB) District, amend the Dimensional Regulations related to the Central Business (CB) District in Section IV.E., amend Section VI.F Site Plan Review to include new specific Central Business (CB) District review process for project review, amend Section VI.G Variances to include the Central Business (CB) District, delete Section IV.E.9 in its entirety, and further, to amend Sections IV.B.7.a., IV.E.5.d., IV.E.6.d., and IV.E.7.d.2. by deleting references to the Central Business (CB) Zoning District, as presented in the background information of the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant submitted to Fall Special Town Meeting, which shows those portions of the Zoning Bylaw to be changed or amended in “red-line” format, (new text is underlined and deleted text is stricken through), on file in the offices of the Planning Board and Town Clerk, with the amendments set forth in the handout for this Town Meeting dated October 20, 2015, excluding the highlighting which are not part of the proposed Zoning Bylaw amendments and are solely for informational purposes, and amending the Table of Contents to be consistent with the above changes. 116 voting in favor, 10 opposed, 3 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on February 3, 2016 ARTICLE 10 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 21, 2015 Failed: I move that the parking requirements change minimum spaces per unit from .5 to 1 for studio from 1.5 to 2 for 2 bedrooms from 2 to 2.5 for 3 bedrooms Delete ii and iii from the 4a section Jeanne Bullock, Precinct 5 51 voting in favor, 69 opposed, 7 abstentions. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 258 ARTICLE 11 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning Map by expanding the Central Business (CB) Zoning District, as presented in the background information for the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board / Board of Selectmen October 21, 2015 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Map be amended by expanding the Central Business (CB) Zoning District, as presented in the background information for the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant and attached. 121 voting in favor, 9 opposed, 0 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on February 3, 2016 ARTICLE 11 ATTACHMENT Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 259 ARTICLE 11 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 21, 2015 Failed: I move to expand the CB District from 200’ of the center line of Waverly Street from the Ashland town line to the Natick town line. Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr., Precinct 11 60 voting in favor, 66 opposed, 3 abstentions. ARTICLE 12 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning Bylaw by amending Sections I.A, Authority; I.B Purpose; I.C Basic Requirements; I.E, Definitions; II.A, Classes of Districts; II.B, Table of Uses; II.C, Prohibited Uses; II.D, Home Occupations; IV Dimensional Regulations; V.A, Special Uses; and V.J, Drive-thru Facility Regulations, and amending the By-law for clarification and consistency with the above changes, as presented in the background information of the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant which shows those portions of the Zoning By-law to be changed or amended in “red-line” format, (new text is underlined and deleted text is stricken through), on file in the offices of the Planning Board and Town Clerk; excluding the “comments” and highlighting which are not part of the proposed Zoning By-law amendments and are solely for informational purposes, and amending the Table of Contents to be consistent with the above changes. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board October 21, 2015 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Bylaw be amended by amending Sections I.A, Authority; I.B Purpose; I.C Basic Requirements; I.E, Definitions; II.A, Classes of Districts; II.B, Table of Uses; II.C, Prohibited Uses; II.D, Home Occupations; IV Dimensional Regulations; V.A, Special Uses; and II.J, Drive-thru Facility Regulations, and amending the Bylaw for clarification and consistency with the above changes, as presented in the background information of the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant which shows those portions of the Zoning Bylaw to be changed or amended in “red-line” format, (new text is underlined and deleted text is stricken through), on file in the offices of the Planning Board and Town Clerk with the amendments set forth in the handout for this Town Meeting dated October 20, 2015, excluding the “comments” and highlighting which are not part of the proposed Zoning Bylaw amendments and are solely for informational purposes, and amending the Table of Contents to be consistent with the above changes. 95 voting in favor, 6 opposed, 2 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on February 3, 2016 ARTICLE 12 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 21, 2015 Failed: I move to refer Article 12 back to sponsor. Karyn A. Bernstein, Precinct 2 ARTICLE 13 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 260 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the General Court to enact legislation in substantially the following form, providing that the General Court may reasonably vary the from and substance of the requested legislation within the scope of the general public objectives of the petition: AN ACT authorizing the Town of Framingham to assess fines for failure to relocate or remove utility poles and wires Be it enacted in the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same as follows: SECTION 1. For purposes of this act, a "utility company" shall mean a company, department or other entity that distributes and/ or supplies electricity, telephone, telegraph, gas, communication, cable television services, and/ or other utilities, and shall include the owner of utility wires, cables, attachments, and poles used for such purposes. SECTION 2. Notwithstanding the provisions of M.G.L. c. 164, § 22, M G.L. c. 164, § 34B, M G.L. c. 166, § 22A, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the Town of Framingham shall have the authority to assess fines to any utility company which fails to relocate utility wires, cables and attachments which it is responsible or otherwise required or authorized to relocate to an adjacent or nearby pole within twenty-one (21) days of the date on which said relocation is practical as defined in this act, in an amount not to exceed the sum of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) per location per day after the twenty-first (21st) day, and one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per location per day after the sixtieth (6Qth) day. SECTION 3. For purposes of this act, the relocation of a utility wire, cable or attachment is practical in circumstances in which the wire, cable or attachment is the highest mounted wire, cable or attachment on a pole, a replacement pole or conduit has been installed at a nearby location, no lighting or other fixture impedes the relocation, and any permits, grants of location or other approvals necessary for such relocation have been provided. SECTION 4. Notwithstanding the provisions of M.G.L. c. 164, § 34B, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the Town of Framingham shall have the authority to assess fines to any utility company which fails to remove a utility pole which it is responsible or otherwise required or authorized to remove as part of a relocation within ninety (90) days of the date on which said relocation is practical as defined in this act, in an amount not to exceed the sum of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) per location per day after the twenty-first (21st day, and one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per location per day after the sixtieth (60th) day. SECTION 5. For purposes of this act, removal of a utility pole is practical in circumstances in which all wires, cables and attachments have been removed from the pole and/ or relocated to one (1) or more adjacent utility poles or locations, and any permits, grants of location or other approvals necessary for such relocation have been provided. SECTION 6. Notwithstanding the provisions of M.G.L. c. 164, § 34B, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the Town of Framingham shall have the authority to assess fines to any utility company which fails to initiate the installation of a new Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 261 utility pole which it is responsible or otherwise required or authorized to install within ninety (90) days of the date on which said installation is requested or ordered by the town as defined in this act, in an amount not to exceed the sum of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) per location per day after the ninetieth (90th) day, and one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per location per day after the one hundred and twentieth (20th) day. SECTION 7. For purposes of this act, installation of a new utility pole is practical in circumstances where the company responsible for installing pole has been formally requested or ordered to do so by the Town of Framingham or its authorized representative for reasons of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Massachusetts Architectural Access Board, other applicable state or federal law or regulation, the requirements of a roadway project, or compliance with Town of Framingham policy, and for which any permits, grants of location or other approvals necessary for such installation have been provided. SECTION 8. Notwithstanding the provisions of M.G.L. c. 164, § 22. MG.L. c. 164, § 34B, or any other general or special law to the contrary, the Town of Framingham shall have the authority to assess fines to any utility company which fails to remove or fully secure a utility wire, cable or attachment under its ownership or authority that has been disconnected from a customer location and which remains attached to a utility pole or an adjoining fixture within twenty one (21) days of the date on service has been discontinued, in an amount not to exceed the sum of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) per location per day after the twenty-first day, and one thousand dollars ($1,000) per location per day after the sixtieth day. SECTION 9. For purposes of this act, removal or securing of a utility wire, cable or attachment is practical in circumstances in which the service has been discontinued from a customer location, and the wire, cable or attachment has been disconnected from the customer location, and remains attached to, but is not fully secured to a utility pole or fixtures attached thereto. SECTION 10. A utility company may request an exemption from provisions of this act, which may be granted only following a duly posted public meeting of the Framingham Board of Selectmen, who shall have sole authority to grant such exemption. SECTION 11. Fines that are collected in accordance with this act shall be issued by the Framingham Board of Selectmen or their designee, and shall be deposited in the Town of Framingham general fund, or in a fund lawfully established for the improvement of public ways. The issuance of a fine shall not preclude the Town of Framingham from seeking or obtaining any or all other legal and equitable remedies to prevent or remove a violation of this act. The fines set forth herein may be annually revised by the Framingham Board of Selectmen. SECTION 12. This act shall take effect upon its passage. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen October 20, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to petition the General Court to enact legislation in substantially the form as it appears in the article, providing that the Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 262 General Court may reasonably vary the form and substance of the requested legislation within the scope of the general public objectives of the petition. ARTICLE 13 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 20, 2015 Failed: I move that this motion be changed to begin “I move that it is the will of Town Meeting that” Joel Winett, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 14 To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Massachusetts General Law Chapter 44, Section 53F 3/4 in order to establish a separate revenue account to be known as the "PEG Access and Cable Related Fund", into which will be deposited funds received in connection with a franchise agreement between the Town's cable Operators and the Town and from which monies shall be appropriated only for cable-related purposes consistent with the franchise agreement, including, but not limited to: (i) support of public, education or government access cable television services; (ii) monitoring compliance of cable operators with the franchise agreements; or (iii) preparing for renewal of franchise licenses. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: That the Town accept the provisions of Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 44, Section 53F ¾ in order to establish a separate revenue account to be known as the “PEG Access and Cable Related Fund”, into which will be deposited funds received in connection with a franchise agreement between the Town’s cable operator(s) and the Town and from which monies shall only be appropriated for cable-related purposes consistent with the franchise agreement, including, but not limited to: (i) support of public, educational or governmental access cable television services; (ii) monitoring compliance of the cable operator with the franchise agreement; or (iii) preparing for renewal of the franchise license. ARTICLE 15 To see if the Town will hear a report from the Town Manager presenting an assessment of the Town’s budgetary needs for Fiscal Year 2017; and whether the Town Meeting will vote to offer its advice to the Town Manager on the amount of the maximum increase in the property tax levy which should be used in preparing the Fiscal Year 2017 budget for the Town to be presented at the 2016 Annual Town Meeting; or act in relation thereto. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Town Manager October 22, 2015 Voted: That the Town hear a report from the Town Manager presenting an assessment of the Town’s budgetary needs for Fiscal Year 2017; and that the Town Manager be advised on a 1.75% maximum increase in the property tax levy which should be used in preparing the Fiscal Year 2017 budget to be presented at the 2016 Annual Town Meeting. 82 voting in favor, 20 opposed, 0 abstentions. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 263 ARTICLE 15 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 22, 2015 Passed: The Finance Committee moves to amend Article 15 by deleting the number 1.75 and replacing with 1.25. Daniel Lampl, Finance Committee ARTICLE 16 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate, enter into, execute and approve an agreement for a payment in lieu of taxes agreement (PILOT) as authorized by MGL Chapter 59, section 38H with SOLARBLUE Framingham I, LLC, with respect to annual payments in lieu of real and personal property taxes for a term up to twenty years relative to solar electric generating facilities to be installed and located on land owned by the Asset Holdings III LP c/o Adesa Auction Boston and located at 63 Western Avenue. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to negotiate, enter into, execute and approve a payment in lieu of taxes agreement (PILOT) as authorized by MGL, Chapter 59, Section 38H with SOLARBLUE Framingham I, LLC, with respect to annual payments in lieu of real and personal property taxes for a term up to twenty years relative to solar electric generating facilities to be installed and located on land owned by Asset Holdings III LP c/o Adesa Auction Boston and located at 63 Western Avenue. ARTICLE 16 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 20, 2015 Passed: I move to remove the words “real and” from motion. Maureen Dunne, Precinct 9 ARTICLE 17 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the School Department and/or Chief Procurement Officer to enter into a contract or contracts for School Bus Transportation Services for a period not to exceed five (5) years in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: School Department/Chief Procurement Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: That the School Department and/or Chief Procurement Officer be authorized to enter into a contract or contracts for School Bus Transportation Services for a period not to exceed five (5) years in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws. ARTICLE 18 To see if Town Meeting will approve a resolution to merge the individual Water and Sewer Enterprise funds into one single enterprise fund beginning in the FY17 budget year. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 264 Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 20, 2015 Voted: Be it resolved that Town Meeting approve a resolution to merge the individual Water and Sewer Enterprise Funds into one single Enterprise Fund beginning in the FY2017 budget year. ARTICLE 19 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, grant, or eminent domain a fee interest in the property at 222 Walnut Street, consisting of approximately 2.6 acres of land more or less, identified on the Framingham Assessors Map as Parcel 1002210004200020, which land is also shown as Lot D-1a on plan titled “Plan of Land in Framingham, Mass.; Prepared for Ekard Equipment Company, Inc.; July 2, 1999; prepared by Drake Associates, Inc.” recorded with Middlesex South Registry of Deeds as Plan No. 1315 of 1999, for municipal purposes including but not limited to public works activities, on such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen shall determine to be appropriate, and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen and town officers to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this article, and further to pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Department of Public Works October 22, 2015 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, grant or eminent domain a fee interest for general municipal purposes the land at 222 Walnut Street, consisting of approximately 2.6 acres of land more or less, identified on the Framingham Assessors Map as Parcel 1002210004200020, which land is also shown as Lot D-1a on plan titled “Plan of Land in Framingham, Mass.; Prepared for Ekard Equipment Company, Inc.; July 2, 1999; prepared by Drake Associates, Inc.” recorded with Middlesex South Registry of Dee ds as Plan No. 1315 of 1999, for municipal purposes including but not limited to public works activities, on such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen shall determine to be appropriate, and further, that the Board of Selectmen and town officers be authorized to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this article. ARTICLE 19 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 22, 2015 Failed: I move to refer this Article back to Sponsor. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means ARTICLE 20 To see if the Town will vote to support the expansion of Housing Courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as proposed in Senate bill S. 901 and House bill H. 1656 entitled “An Act relative to the geographical jurisdiction of the Housing Court Department” and direct the Board of Selectmen to communicate the Town of Framingham’s support for this legislation to the President of the Massachusetts Senate, the Speaker of the Massachusetts House, and to the chair of the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Standing Committee on Public Safety and Board of Selectmen Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 265 October 20, 2015 Voted: Be it resolved that the Town of Framingham supports the expansion of Housing Courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as proposed in Senate bill S. 901 and House bill H. 1656 entitled “An Act relative to the geographical jurisdiction of the House Court Department” and that the Board of Selectmen be directed to communicate the Town of Framingham’s support for this legislation to the President of the Massachusetts Senate, the Speaker of the Massachusetts House and to the chair of the Massachusetts legislature’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary. ARTICLE 20 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 20, 2015 Passed: I move to replace the words “I move” at the beginning of Article 20 with the words “Be it resolved”. Kevin Gatlin, Precinct 1 ARTICLE 21 To see if the Town will vote to amend the organizational structure established for the Town government by vote of Town Meeting under Article 5 of the Town Meeting held December 14, 1999 for the purpose of separating the Health Department from the Division of Inspectional Services. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Town Manager October 27, 2015 Voted: That the Town amend the organizational structure related to the Town Manager, established for the Town government by vote of Town Meeting under Article 5 of the Town Meeting held December 14, 1999 for the purpose of separating the Health Department from the Division of Inspectional Services, as set forth in the background material and attached. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 266 ARTICLE 21 ATTACHMENT ARTICLE 22 To see if Town Meeting will vote to authorize and approve the filing of a petition with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law that would amend the provisions of the Special Act of 1996, known as the “Town Manager Act,” allowing said Board of Health to operate as an independent and autonomous Board that appoints its own director, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 27, 2015 Failed: That Town Meeting authorize and approve the filing of a petition with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law that would amend the provisions of the Special Act of 1996, known as the “Town Manager Act”, allowing said Board of Health to operate as an independent and autonomous Board having authority to choose its own Director of Public Health who, in turn, shall have the authority to choose Health Department employees. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 267 ARTICLE 22 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 27, 2015 Failed: I move that Article 22 be referred back to Sponsor. Kevin P. Crotty, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 23 To see if Town Meeting will vote to authorize and approve our elected representatives to file a bill, known as a “Home Rule Petition”, with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law that would amend the provisions of the Special Act of 1996, known as the “Town Manager Act,” changing the method of choosing the members of the Board of Health from a Board appointed by the Board of Selectmen to a Board elected by the voters of the Town, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 27, 2015 Voted: The Article 23 be referred back to Sponsor. ARTICLE 23 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 27, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move that Town Meeting authorize and approve our elected representatives to file a bill, known as a “Home Rule Petition”, with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law that would amend the provisions of the Special Act of 1996, known as the “Town Manager Act”, changing the method of choosing the member of the Board of Health from a Board appointed by the Board of Selectmen to a Board elected by the voters of the Town. The change to a fully elected board shall be implemented over a three-year period with each current Board Member allowed to serve until the annual town election next preceding the end of his or her existing term. Melvin Warshaw, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 24 To see if Town Meeting will vote to authorize and approve our elected representatives to file a bill, known as a “Home Rule Petition”, with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law that would amend the provisions of the Special Act of 1996, known as the “Town Manager Act,” by increasing the membership of the Board of Health from three members to five members, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 27, 2015 Voted: That our elected representatives be authorized and approved to file a bill, known as a “Home Rule Petition”, with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law that would amend the provisions of the Special Act of 1996, known as the “Town Manager Act”, by increasing the membership of the Board of Health from three members to five members. The change in the size of the Board shall be implemented over a two-year period with one member added the first year, and one member added the second year. ARTICLE 24 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 268 October 27, 2015 Passed: I move to amend the motion on Article 24 by removing the last sentence of the motion. Gloria Geller, Precinct 2 ARTICLE 25 To see if Town Meeting will vote to amend Article I, Section 1.1 of the General Bylaws by changing the Moderator’s term of office from one year to three years, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 28, 2015 Voted: That Article 25 be referred back to Sponsor. ARTICLE 25 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move that Town Meeting amend Article 1, Section 1.1 of the General Bylaws by changing the Moderator’s term of office from one year to three years. R. Karl Rookey, Precinct 14 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move to amend Article 25 by adding to the motion that a change from a one year to a three year term will only be allowed one full year after the next town wide election cycle. Specifically, not this upcoming election cycle spring of 2016 but would be in effect the election of spring 2017. Gerald Bloomfield, Precinct 1 ARTICLE 26 To see if Town Meeting will vote to amend Article 5, Section 1.4.1 of the General Bylaws by deleting the words, “the sampling and sale of wine during a farmer’s market held on the town common and the sampling and sale of beer and wine during Metrofest held at Bowditch Athletic Complex are both permitted if duly licensed” and, in place thereof, inserting the words, “the sampling and sale of wine and beer during an event held on Town property is permitted if the vendor is duly licensed for such event”, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 28, 2015 Voted: That Article 5, Section 1.4.1 of the General Bylaws be amended by deleting the words, “the sampling and sale of wine during a farmer’s market held on the town common and the sampling and sale of beer and wine during Metrofest held at Bowditch Athletic Complex are both permitted if duly licensed” and, in place thereof, inserting the words, “the sampling and sale of wine and beer during an event held on Town property is permitted if the vendor is duly licensed for such event.” Approved by the Attorney General on February 3, 2016 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 269 ARTICLE 27 To see if the Town will vote to amend Article II Section 7 relative to the Chief Procurement Officer, for consistency and accuracy with Article II, Section 19.4 and 19.5.2 by removing Sections 7.1, 7.2 and 7.4 as presented in the background information of the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 28, 2015 Voted: That Article II, Section 7 relative to the Chief Procurement Officer, for consistency and accuracy with Article II, Section 19.4 and 19.5.2 be amended by removing Sections 7.1, 7.2 and 7.4 as presented in the background information in the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant and attached. Approved by the Attorney General on February 3, 2016 ARTICLE 27 ATTACHMENT Section 7. Purchasing Department 7.1 The Assistant Town Manager will be the Town’s Chief Procurement Officer and Purchasing Agent and assume the responsibilities of both those offices as stated in state laws and local bylaws. The Assistant Town Manager will be qualified in public administration and purchasing by education, training and experience. 7.2 An Assistant Chief Procurement Officer may be designated by the Town Manager to perform the duties of the Chief Procurement Officer and Purchasing Agent in the absence or incapacity of the Assistant Town Manager. When performing such duties, the Assistant Chief Procurement Officer will have the powers and be subject to the requirements and penalties applicable to that office. 7.3 7.1 The Purchasing Agent shall give a surety company bond for the faithful performance of his duties in such forms as the Town Counsel shall approve in a sum not less than $100,000. The bond shall be executed, approved and delivered before he enters upon the duties of his office and within ten (10) days after his appointment, the Town to pay the premium for said Bond. Should the Purchasing Agent fail to give the required bond, his appointment shall be void and a new appointment shall be made forthwith. 7.4 The Assistant Town Manager shall devote his entire time to the performance of his duties and shall receive no compensation of whatever nature other than the stipulated salary for any service rendered in his official or unofficial capacity. 7.5 7.2 The Purchasing Agent shall have the following powers and duties: 7.5.1 7.2.1 The Purchasing Agent shall be responsible for the procurement of all supplies, materials, equipment, contractual services needed by all of the departments, institutions, boards, commissions and other agencies which derive their support wholly or in part from Town funds which are hereinafter referred to as the "Using" Agencies. "Contractual Services" means and includes all public utility services, fuel, towel and cleaning Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 270 service, leases for all grounds, buildings, office or other space required by "Using" Agencies; the procurement, repair, maintenance or operation by other than Town employees of equipment, machinery and other personal property. The rental with or without attendant personnel of equipment, machinery and other personal property. The term shall include contractual services in the construction or repair of public buildings, highways and other public works but shall not include professional, expert consultant or other contractual services which are in their nature unique or not subject to competition. Contractual services shall not be construed to mean the hiring of departmental personnel, medical, legal, technical or other professional services. Contractual services shall be construed to mean surety bonds, all forms of insurance, printing (except materials and printing to be used in elections). The Board of Selectmen may in case of emergency exempt purchases for any Using Agency from the provisions of this Section. 7.5.2 7.2.2 The Purchasing Agent shall be responsible for the inspection of all supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services delivered to the Town in order to determine conformance with the specifications set forth in the orders or contract and for such purpose may authorize any department or office to act for him. 7.5.3 7.2.3 The Purchasing Agent shall have authority to order or make inventories of the supplies, materials, equipment and furnishings of any and all departments and any department possessing excess or surplus personal property of any kind shall not sell, exchange, transfer or dispose thereof without first certifying such personal property as surplus to the Purchasing Agent; and thereupon the Purchasing Agent shall circularize all departments and agencies as to their needs for such surplus property and if such need is determined, the Purchasing Agent may order transfer of such property from one department or agency to another. 7.5.4 7.2.4 The Purchasing Agent shall have the power to sell by public auction or competitive bid, if possible, exchange or trade any supplies which have become obsolete, overage, unsuitable for use or surplus. 7.5.5 7.2.5 In all cases where the supplies to be purchased are peculiar to the field of education, the school committee's determination as to the specifications of supplies to be purchased shall be conclusive upon the Purchasing Department. 7.5.6 7.2.6 The Purchasing Agent shall prepare and secure with the cooperation of the various department heads standard and written specifications for supplies used by the Using Agencies. It shall be the duty of the Purchasing Agent to classify supplies used in the various departments, to adopt as standards the minimum number of qualities, sizes and varieties of supplies consistent with the successful operation of the Town government and to prepare and adopt written specifications of all such standard supplies. Except in the case of non-competitive types and kinds of supplies, all specifications shall be definite and certain and shall permit competition. After its adoption, each standard specification shall, Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 271 unless revised or rescinded, apply alike in terms and effects to any future purchase order or contract for the supply described in such specifications. The agent shall consult with the heads of Using Agencies to determine their precise requirements and shall endeavor to prescribe those standards which best meet the needs of the majority of those agencies. The agent shall have the authority to make use of laboratory, engineering facilities of the Town and the technical staffs of all Town departments. Once established the agent shall enforce the written specifications adopted pursuant to this section. 7.5.7 7.2.7 The Purchasing Agent shall require that each Using Agency shall make an inventory, during the month of November in each year, of the personal property under its charge and a copy of such inventory shall be forwarded to the Purchasing Agent prior to December 1 of each year. Between the first day of November and the first day of December of each year there shall be forwarded to the Purchasing Agent an estimate of the equipment, materials, supplies and contractual services that will be needed by each Using Agency for the ensuing year. The requirements for preparing estimates shall not prevent any Using Agency from filing with the Purchasing Agent at any time a justifiable requisition for any supplies, materials, equipment or contractual services, the need for which was not foreseen when the detailed estimate was filed. 7.5.8 7.2.8 The Purchasing Agent shall control and supervise any and all existing storerooms and warehouses and any which may be hereafter established. 7.5.9 7.2.9 Requisitions for the purchase of supplies or contractual services for any Using Agency shall be received by the Purchasing Department prior to the issuance of a purchase order or contract for such supplies or contractual services and shall be signed by the department head or his authorized agent. The Purchasing Agent shall examine each requisition and shall have the authority, only after consultations with the head of the Using Agency, to revise it as to quantity, quality, or estimated cost but revisions as to quality shall be in accordance with the standards and specifications provided pursuant to subsection 7.5.6. 7.5.10 7.2.10 Except in cases of emergency, in which he shall within seventy-two hours, or sooner, if possible, notify the Town Accountant of said purchase, the Purchasing Agent shall not issue any order for delivery on any contract, or any open market order unless and until the Town Accountant certified that there is to the credit of each Using Agency concerned a sufficient appropriation balance in excess of all unpaid obligations, to defray the cost of such supplies, materials, equipment or contractual services. 7.5.11 7.2.11 The head of each department shall file with the Purchasing Department the name or names of members of his department who shall be authorized to approve requisitions. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 272 7.5.12 7.2.12 All purchases, acquisitions and dispositions of goods, services, and real property by the town of Framingham shall be made in accordance with the provisions of the Uniform Procurement Act as set out in M.G.L. 30B as it may be amended from time to time. 7.5.13 7.2.13 Any purchase order or contract made on behalf of the Town under this section or otherwise in which the Purchasing Agent or any employees of his department, the heads of Using Agencies, or any other officer or employee of the Town having a part in the placing of such order or contract is financially interested, directly, or indirectly shall be void. 7.63 The Purchasing Agent shall submit annually within thirty days of the close of the year a report on the activities of his department, and may suggest from time to time changes in the provisions of this article which he deems necessary. 7.74 All records of the Purchasing Department shall be public, records open freely to public inspection and shall be kept on file in the office of the Purchasing Agent for a period of at least six years. 7.85 This Bylaw supersedes and nullifies the provisions of any Bylaw re: Purchases by departments, boards, commissions and shall apply to all purchases and contracts only insofar as it does not conflict with any prevailing State or Federal Statutes applicable to the Town of Framingham. _______________________________ Section 19. Chief Financial Officer 19.4 The Department of Finance shall assume and be responsible for the functions and statutory duties of the offices of Town Accountant, Town Treasurer / Collector, Chief Procurement Officer, and Town Assessors and their respective departments, each of which shall become a division within the Department of Finance. 19.5 The responsibilities and duties of said CFO shall include the following: 19.5.2 The CFO, with the approval of the Town Manager, shall appoint the Town Account, Town Treasurer/Collector, Chief Procurement Officer, and the Town Assessors. The persons to be appointed to these positions shall meet the qualifications established by general or special law, town bylaw or regulations established thereunder. Persons holding these positions may be removed from office by the CFO, with the approval of the Town Manager, after written notice to such persons of the reasons for the proposed removal and a public hearing at which the reasons for removal shall be set forth and at which such persons shall be entitled to be heard. ARTICLE 28 To see if the Town will vote to revise the Town Bylaws Article III, Section 2 on Standing Committees as presented in the motion and background information of the Fall Special Town Meeting warrant. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 273 Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Standing Committee on Rules October 28, 2015 Voted: That Article 28 be referred back to Sponsor. ARTICLE 28 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move that the General Bylaws Article III, Section 2.1 be replaced with the text shown on the handout for the 2015 Fall Town Meeting as attached. Joel Winett, Precinct 7 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move to replace the motion under Article 28 by amending bylaw 2.1 by replacing the phrase “Ways and Means” wherever it appears with the phrase “government operations”. Amy Weader, Precinct 4 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move to amend the motion as follows: Replace Section 2.1.2, paragraph (e) with (e) Ways and Means Standing Committee will be concerned with the Finance Division, the Human Resources Division (with the exception of the Veterans Service Department), the Information Services Division, the Town Clerk’s Department and Legal Services. The Ways and Means Standing Committee may also provide recommendations to Town Meeting on the operating and capital budget line items. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means ________________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Planning and Zoning, I move that the current language of Section 2.1.2(b) of Article 28 be deleted and that the following language be inserted in its place: “Planning and Zoning Standing Committee will be concerned with the Community and Economic Development Division, the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, the Historical Commission, the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation, the Historical District Commission, and the Agricultural Advisory Committee. Stephen Shull, Precinct 2 ________________________________________________________________________________ ___ Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 274 October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Planning and Zoning, I move that the words “the warrant articles sponsored by” be deleted from Section 2.1.2.(b) of Article 28. Stephen Shull, Precinct 2 ________________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Planning and Zoning, I move that the words “and the procedures followed by town meeting committees” be deleted from Section 2.1.2.(g) of Article 28. Stephen Shull, Precinct 2 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 275 ARTICLE 28 ATTACHMENT Article 28: Standing Committee Bylaw 10-22-2015 Rules Committee The changes to the motion printed in the warrant book are shown below with words deleted shown by strikeout and new words added shown in bold and underlined. I move that the General Bylaws Article III, Section 2.1 be replaced with the following: 2.1 There shall be the following seven Standing Committees of the Town Meeting: Public Works, Planning and Zoning, Community Services, Public Safety, Ways and Means, Education and Rules. 2.1.1 Each Standing Committee shall inform itself of the activities of the governmental bodies and for related functions included under their purview as listed below. 2.1.2 Each Standing Committee shall make a recommendations to Town Meeting on the merits of warrant articles relating to their specific governmental bodies under their purview. The purview of Standing Committees are the divisions in the town manager’s organization chart, the functions under the divisions, and other governmental bodies as listed below. (a) Public Works Standing Committee will be concerned with the Public Works Division (except the Conservation Commission) and with the Capital Projects and Facilities Division. and for the Town Owned Buildings Department. (b) Planning and Zoning Standing Committee will be concerned with the Community and Economic Development Division, the Conservation Commission, and the warrant articles sponsored by the Planning Board. (c) Community Services Standing Committee will be concerned with the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Division, the Veteran Services Department, and the Community Development Block Grant appropriations. (d) Public Safety Standing Committee will be concerned with the Police Division, the Fire Division, the Inspectional Services Division, and the Public Health Division. (e) Ways and Means Standing Committee will be concerned with the Finance Division, the Human Resources Division (with the exception of the Veterans Service Department), the Information Services Division, and the Town Clerk’s Department. the Legal Department. The Ways and Means Standing Committee may also provide recommendations to Town Meeting on the operating and capital budget line items. (f) Education Standing Committee will be concerned with the Library, the Framingham School Department and the Keefe Vocational School. (g) Rules Standing Committee will be concerned with the procedures for conducting Town Meeting, and the procedures followed by town meeting committees. may advise boards, committees and commissions on procedures stated in Town Bylaws, and Massachusetts General Laws. Sponsored by the Standing Committee on Rules Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 276 ARTICLE 29 To see if the Town Meeting will vote to amend Article I, Section 5.10 of the General Bylaws by clarifying that only substantive motions need be recorded in the minutes and that the minutes of all boards, committees and commissions, whether elected or appointed, shall include the name and vote of each member voting, or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 28, 2015 Voted: That Article 29 be referred back to Sponsor. ARTICLE 29 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move that Town Meeting amend Article 1, Section 5.10.1 of the General Bylaws by deleting said Section and inserting in place thereof the following: 5.10.1 All votes taken shall be recorded in the minutes pursuant to the Open Meeting Law. In addition to the procedure required by the state Open Meeting Law (MGL c. 30A, sec. 22), the minutes of all boards, commissions and committees (including standing committees), whether elected or appointed, shall include the name and individual vote, including any abstentions, of each member on all votes taken that are not strictly procedural in nature, such as a vote to Move the Question. R. Karl Rookey, Precinct 14 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: Replace Move the Question with Adjourn. Joel Winett, Precinct 7 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: That the standing committees of town meeting be exempt from doing this. Gloria Geller, Precinct 2 ARTICLE 30 To see if the Town Meeting will vote to authorize and approve the filing of a petition with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law for the Town of Framingham that, notwithstanding M.G.L. Ch. 43A, §4, would establish the number of representative Town Meeting members from each precinct as the largest number divisible by three which will admit of a representation thereof in the approximate proportion which the number of inhabitants therein bears to the total number of inhabitants in the Town, and which will cause the total elected membership to be as nearly one hundred and eighty as may be. Such change would be initially implemented over a three-year period by electing each year three Town Meeting members from each precinct for a term of three years instead of four Town Meeting members from each precinct, or take any action relative thereto. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 277 Sponsor: Government Study Committee October 28, 2015 Voted: That Article 30 be referred back to Sponsor. ARTICLE 30 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: I move that Town Meeting authorize and approve the filing of a petition with the General Court of the Commonwealth under the so-called “Home Rule Amendment” to enact a special law for the Town of Framingham that, notwithstanding M.G.L. Ch. 43A, Sec. 4, Chapter 143 of the Acts of 1949, or any other general or special law to the contrary, would establish the number of representative town meeting members from each precinct as the largest number divisible by three which will admit of a representation thereof in the approximate proportion which the number of inhabitants in the Town, and which will cause the total elected membership to be as nearly one hundred and eighty as may be. Such change would be initially implemented over a three-year period by electing each year three Town Meeting Members from each precinct for a term of three years instead of four Town Meeting Members from each precinct. R. Karl Rookey, Precinct 14 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 28, 2015 Not voted on due to refer back: Strike last sentence and insert in its place such change would be initially implemented in one general election. The top 3 vote getters would receive 3 year seats. The next 3 would receive 2 year seats and the following 3 1 year seats for a total of 9 per precinct. Kathy Vassar, Precinct 1 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ ARTICLE 31 To see if Town Meeting will vote to recognize the sacrifices made by military veterans by charging military veterans renting Cushing Chapel for funerals and memorial services no more than the current $200 rental rate. Sponsor: Citizen Petition (Deborah Butler) October 29, 2015 Voted: I move that Town Meeting freeze the Cushing Chapel rental rate charged military veterans for funerals and memorial services at $200. ARTICLE 31 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 29, 2015 Passed: I move that the dollar amount of $200.00 be reduced to zero in Article 31. Kevin P. Crotty, Precinct 7 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 29, 2015 Passed: Change “I move that” to “It is the will of Town Meeting that”. Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 278 Joel Winett, Precinct 7 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ October 29, 2015 Not voted on due to prior passed amendment: Amend the motion to set the fee for Veterans functions and Veterans funerals to a total of $160 per rental to pay for the custodial fees at the Cushing Memorial Chapel. Nicholas Paganella, Precinct 6 ______________________________________________________________________________ ___ ARTICLE 32 To see if Town Meeting will vote to waive charges to assemble and copy records that veterans need to appeal chapter 115 terminations before the Massachusetts Department of Veteran Services. Sponsor: Citizen Petition (Deborah Butler) October 29, 2015 Voted: I move that Town Meeting vote to waive charges to assemble and copy records that veterans need to appeal Chapter 115 termination before the Massachusetts Department of Veterans Services. ARTICLE 32 – ADDITIONAL MOTIONS/AMENDMENTS October 29, 2015 Passed: Change the words “I move that Town Meeting vote to waive” to “It is the will of Town Meeting that the Board of Selectmen waive”. Joel Winett, Precinct 7 Town of Framingham 2015 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 279