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HomeMy WebLinkAbout2012 Annual Report and Town Meeting JournalTown of FRAmINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS 1 1 4 . �= - X1 1 goo ►� - �111�' ''�� e�� _ s' Annual Report January 1, 2012 - December 31, 2012 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. Framingham 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 36,957 Number of Voting Precincts 18 Total Area 26.44 sq. miles Land Area 25.12 sq. miles 2012 Tax Rate Residential - $16.94 Commercial - $38.05 FY12 Budget Information PRECINCT MAP School $100,281,282 Municipal $109,277,414 Non - Appropriated Items $ 9,020,300 Total General Fund Operating Budget $218,578,996 The 2012 edition of the Framingham Annual Town Report was edited by Alice Clapper, Administrative Assistant, Board of Selectmen Cover photography by: Ron J. Rego, Director of Media Services Cover photo: Composite Perspective of Memorial Building' TOWN OF FRAMINGHAM ORGANIZATIONAL CHART IV ELECTED & APPOINTED OFFICIALS V GENERAL GOVERNMENT BOARD OF SELECTMEN 1 TOWN MANAGER 3 TOWN CLERK 5 ELECTION RESULTS g TOWN COUNSEL 17 HUMAN RESOURCES, 31 TECHNOLOGY SERVICES 32 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - - - -35 CAPITAL BUILDING PROJECTS---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - - - -36 MEDIA SERVICES 37 LICENSING, 38 FINANCE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER 39 TOWN ACCOUNTANT 40 TREASURER/COLLECTOR ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - - - -57 BOARD OF ASSESSORS 72 PURCHASING DEPARTMENT ............................................................................................... 102, RETIREMENT SYSTEM 102 PUBLIC SAFETY & HEALTH POLICE DEPARTMENT 103 ANIMAL CONTROL 105 AUXILIARY POLICE 106 FIRE DEPARTMENT 108 BOARD OF HEALTH, 113 INSPECTIONAL SERVICES, 119 DEPARTMENT OF WEIGHTS & M EASURES, --------•-----•--------------------------------------- - - - - -- -- 121 PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING & TRANSPORTATION 122 HIGHWAY MANAGEMENT SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 126 WATER & WASTEWATER M ANAGEMENT ------------------------------------------------------ - - - - -- ---- CONSERVATION COMMISSION FLEET, FACILITIES, & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT ....................................... 130 ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE 132 PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING BOARD 133 COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 137 ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 143 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HOME PROGRAMS 143 METROWEST REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE ------------------------------------------------------------------ ---- -- - 145 METROWEST REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY ----------------------------------------------------------- ---- -- - 147 FRAMINGHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY ------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---- -- - 148 RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ----------------------------------------------------------------------- ---- -- - 151 RECREATION--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 152 PARKS MAINTENANCE 153 CEMETERY COMMISSION 154 LORING ARENA 155 COUNCIL ON AGING/CALLAHAN CENTER ------------------------------------------------------------------ - - - - -- - 156 EDUCATION AND LIBRARIES FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS 158 KEEFE TECHNICAL SCHOOL 172 FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 178 GENERAL COMMITTEES CABLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 182 CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 182 CULTURAL COUNCIL 183 CUSHING CHAPEL ADVISORY COMMITTEE .------•-----• ------------------•------------ --------------- ------------- DISABILITY COMMISSION 183 EDGELL GROVE CEMETERY COMMISSION 185 FINANCE COMMITTEE 185 GOVERNMENT STUDY COMMITTEE 186 HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION .-------•-----•------•-----• ------------------•------------ --------------- ------------- HISTORICAL COMMISSION 187 HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION 188 REAL PROPERTY COMMITTEE 188 TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE , -----•------•-----• ------------------•------------ --------------- ------------- TOWN MEETING TOWN MODERATOR 190 STANDING COMMITTEES STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMUNITY SERVICES 191 STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION .---------•-----•--------------------------------------- - - - - -- -- 191 STANDING COMMITTEE ON PLANNING AND ZONING 192 STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY 192 STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 193 STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES •-----•--- - -------•- --•------ --------- --------- --------------- --- STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 194 TOWN MEETING JOURNAL DEDICATION TO EDWARD J. NOONAN, MODERATOR____________ _______________________________ 197 TOWN MEETING ATTENDANCE 199 MARCH 14, 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ............................................................. 206 APRIL 24, 2012 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING -------------------------------------------------------------- 209 MAY 22, 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING - -- --- - - ---- -- - - - - - -- --- - - - - -- --- - - - - -- ----------- - - - - -- 245 SEPTEMBER 10, 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING------------------------------------------------------ 247 OCTOBER 16, 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING_________________________ _______________________________ 249 IV M l.717�'.:=1'Jli Town Clerk Valerie Mulvey Interim Moderator Teri S. Banerjee Board of Selectmen A. Ginger Esty Charles J. Sisitsky Dennis L. Giombetti Laurie Lee Jason Smith School Committee Adam S. Blumer Heather A. Connolly Michael J. Bower David F. Miles Carol C. Phalen Beverly K. Hugo Andrew Limeri Library Trustees Robert M. Dodd Elizabeth F. Fideler Chris Walsh Ruth S. Winett Linda Broderick Arthur M. Finstein Samuel L. Klaidman Jo -Anne Thompson Maria E.L. Barry Eric Doherty Janet L. Harrington Nancy Coville Wallace 2014 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 2015 2015 2013 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 2014 2015 2015 2015 2015 LTA Committee 2013 Larry Cooper 2013 Linda B. Fobes 2013 John M. Kahn 2013 A. J. Mulvey 2014 Michael M. Rossi 2014 James Cameau 2015 John H. Evans, III 2015 Nelson H. Goldin 2015 Planning Board Susan P. Bernstein 2013 Andrea Carr -Evans 2013 Christine A. Long 2014 Thomas F. Mahoney 2015 Stephanie A. Mercandetti 2015 Housing Authori Phyllis A. May 2013 Janice M. Rogers 2014 Robert L. Merusi 2016 Stephen P. Starr 2017 Edgell Grove Cemetery Trustees William F. Welch 2013 John J. Silva 2014 Kathleen Griffith 2015 Stanton T. Fitts 2016 Barbara W. Ford 2017 State Legislators Senator Karen Spilka (D) Representative Tom Sannicandro (D) Representative Chris Walsh (D) Representative Thomas P. Conroy (D) Town Mana --er Valerie Mulvey Interim Robert J. Halpin 2015 Assistant Town Manager Parks & Recreation Director David R. Williams 2013 Police Chief Public Health Director Steven B. Carl 2013 Fire Chief Veterans Benefits & Services Director Gary Daugherty 2015 Town Counsel Christopher J. Petrini 2013 Chief Financial Officer Director Mary Ellen Kelley 2014 Technology Services Director Public Works Director Carly Premo Melo 2012 Town Accountant Town -Owned Buildings Forman Richard G. Howarth, Jr. 2012 Treasurer /Tax Collector Human Services Policy & Program Stephen W. Price 2014 Chief Assessor Vacant Dan Dargon 2014 Human Resources Director Dr. Stacy Scott David R. Williams 2013 Steven Rollins 2013 Chief Procurement Officer Library Director David R. Williams 2013 Building Commissioner /Inspectional Mark Contois Services Director Liaison to the State Ethics Commission Michael F. Foley 2013 Community & Economic Development Director Alison Steinfeld 2014 Chief Engineer William Sedewitz 2014 Parks & Recreation Director Robert Merusi Indefinite Public Health Director Ethan Mascoop Indefinite Veterans Benefits & Services Director Peter Harvell 2014 Conservation Administrator Darren Guertin 2014 Elder Services /Callahan Senior Center Director Grace O'Donnell 2014 Public Works Director Peter Sellers 2014 Town -Owned Buildings Forman Eric Heideman Indefinite Human Services Policy & Program Coordinator Vacant Indefinite School Superintendent Dr. Stacy Scott Indefinite Planning Board Administrator Jay Grande 2014 Library Director Jeanne Kelley Indefinite Mark Contois Indefinite Liaison to the State Ethics Commission Christopher Petrini Indefinite VI Conservation Commission Disability Commission Kevin D. O'Neill, Chair 2014 Karen Foran Dempsey, Chair 2013 Nicola Cataldo 2014 Elise A. Marcil 2014 VII V 2c�>ORA7ED � rilliam rt McArthur 2014 Agricultural Advisory Commission G. Merriam 2015 Thomas Hanson, Chair 2015 Robert Bois 2015 Nicola Cataldo 2014 Pam Helinek 2013 Peter E. Whiting 2014 Steven W. Orr 2013 Dudley Stephan 2013 George A. Marold 2013 Constables Matthew Hanson (Alternate) 2015 Henry Ohrenberger 2013 Jacqueline Menninno (Alternate) 2015 Armand Tavarez 2011 Paul L.M. Kelley 2015 Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Sean McCarthy 2015 Committee Paul A. Nardizzi 2015 William Hanson, Chair Indefinite Allen A. Auerr 2012 Edward Kross Indefinite Joanne S. Shulman 2012 Joseph Repole Indefinite Marjorie Goldin 2012 Thomas Branham 2014 Nelson Goldin 2013 Bruce Ingle 2013 William Pickett, Jr. 2013 Ben Gustafson 2014 Elizabeth A. Fuller 2014 Stacey Lee 2013 R. Scott Gonfrade 2015 Gerald Hill 2015 Cable Advisory Committee Annabel Z. Dodd, Chair 2014 Cultural Council William Peter Barnes 2014 P. Nandi Varris, Chair 2014 Samuel L. Klaidman 2014 Cindy Camuso 2014 Norma Shulman 2013 Joel Winett 2014 Ron J. Rego 2015 Mary -Ann Stadtler- Chester 2014 Rita E. Collins 2015 Cemetery Commission Marie Cosma 2014 Barry Bograd, Chair 2013 Inga Synnestvedt 2015 Kevin Salvi 2013 Judith Levine 2015 Robert Brown 2014 98 VACANT Seats Community Development Committee Cushing Chapel Board of Trustees Anne Arvedon 2013 Stanton T. Fitts, Chair 2014 Beverly C. Good 2013 Nicholas Paganella 2012 Pablo Maia 2013 Elizabeth Sleczkowski 2013 Robert Schecter 2013 Edward T. Levay, Jr. 2013 Edgar Roth 2013 James W. Egan 2014 Stephen Bransfield 2013 Larry Herson 2014 Joy Gould 2013 Karolyne U. White 2014 4 Vacant Seats Conservation Commission Disability Commission Kevin D. O'Neill, Chair 2014 Karen Foran Dempsey, Chair 2013 Nicola Cataldo 2014 Elise A. Marcil 2014 VII James Egan 2014 Debra Freed 2015 Rose Quinn 2013 Kathleen T. McCarthy 2013 Jennifer L. Davis 2013 Dennis Moran 2015 Susane Santone 2014 Economic Development & Industrial Corporation Maureen E. Dunne, Chair 2014 Mark Galante 2013 Michael Gatlin, Vice Chair 2015 Andrew J. Rogers, Jr. 2012 Richard J. Donovan 2014 Meyer Levy 2014 Christopher DiBenedetto 2015 Vacancy (Real Estate Member 2095 Emergency Management Director Steven Trask Indefinite Emergency Management Asst. Director John C. Magri Indefinite Fair Housing Committee Robert Anspach (Ex- officio, HR Comm.) Edwin S. Fields (Ex- officio, CED Dept.) Vacant (Ex- officio, Housing Authority) Vacant (Ex- officio, Planning Board) Roger Small Edgar Roth Rev. Faith Tolson- Pierce Douglas Rich Cynthia M. Higgins Lisa Rohmer Ozzy Diagne 2Vacant Seats Fence Viewer Jeremy Marsette and Mike Tusino Board of Health Michael R. Hugo, Chair David W. Moore Nelson H. Goldin High School Building Committee George L. Drummey, Chair Indefinite Philip A. Dinsky Indefinite Laurie Jean Carroll Indefinite Diane Montgomery Indefinite Susan Bernstein Indefinite John Silva Indefinite Vacant Historic District Commission Gerald Couto, Chair Helen Lemoine Sandra Marder (District Resident) Henry Field Susan Bernstein (Realtor) Julie A. Ferrari Ronald M. Lamphere (Alternate) Ted Grenham (Alternate) Douglas Becker (Alternate) Michael St. Andre (Alternate) James Kubat (Alternate) Amy D. Finstein (Alternate FHC) Vacant (Alternate Attorney Vacant (Alternate District Resident 2015 2014 2014 2014 2015 2013 2013 2014 2012 2013 2013 2015 2013 2015 Historical Commission 2014 2013 Frederic Wallace, Chair Stephanie Martone Jane B. Whiting Perry L. Bent Gerald Couto Thomas Joseph Schuetz Paul F. Silva 2013 2014 2014 2014 2015 2015 2013 Human Relations Commission 2013 2013 2009 2013 2013 2014 2011 2095 2013 2013 2014 2015 Robert Anspach, Chair Richard S. Winer Timothy Lee John Schaefer Howard M. Lewis Arlene Bernstein Mahmood M. Akhtar Heidi Pihl- Buckley Barry J. Rubenstein 4 Vacant Seats 2014 2014 2014 2015 2015 2013 2013 2013 2015 VIII Insect Pest Control Officer Vacant Metro Area Planning Council Laurie Lee 2012 MetroWest Regional Transit Authority Jason Smith 2012 Park and Recreation Commission Barry Bograd, Chair Daniel F. Jones Kevin Salvi Joan Klan Rastani Robert L. Brown Zoning Board of Anneals Philip R. Ottaviani, Chair 2015 Susan S. Craighead 2014 Stephen Meltzer 2013 Edward V. Cosgrove (Associate) 2013 Robert Snider (Associate) 2013 Karl B. Thober (Associate) 2013 Kevin J. Gatlin (Associate) 2013 Zoning Board of Appeals Sign Appeals 2015 Board 2014 Edward V. Cosgrove 2013 2014 Robert Snider 2013 2015 Kevin J. Gatlin 2013 2013 Local Water Resource Management Town Historian Official Frederic Wallace Indefinite Peter A. Sellers Indefinite Tree Warden Daniel S. Nan 2014 10 Capital Buugc< <,uiiiiiiiucc William G. McCarthy, Chair Richard J. Weader, II Jeanne Bullock Matthew Calder Kevin P. Crotty Edward J. Kross Finance Committee Daniel Lampl, Chair Carol Sanchez Leonard Finkel Elizabeth Funk Ambar Sarkar John A. Zucchi Scott D. Estes Kurt Steinberg Nancy Wilson Government Study Committee Wolf Haberman Brian LeFort Donna Schaefer Laurence M. Schmeidler James Tierney Karl Thober, Chair Betty Muto Thomas Komola Ed Mann Karl Rookey Greg Palmer Vacancy Personnel Board Stephen Richards, Chair Stephen Becker Maggie Benagh Antonia O'Connor Roger Ahlfeld 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2014 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2015 2015 2014 2013 2013 2015 2015 2013 2014 2013 2014 2015 2094 2014 2013 2013 2014 2015 R Real Property Committee Martin Ned Price, Chair Edward T. Levay, Jr. Judy Leerer Robert Bolles Betty Muto Daniel Gittelsohn Mark McClennan Harold J. Geller Norman Snow Shelley Strowman Laurie Lee (Selectmen Representative) Andrea Carr -Evans (Planning Board Representative) David Miles (School Committee Representative) Daniel Lampl (Fin Com Representative) Robert Brown (Park Commission Representative) Steven Orr (Con Com Representative) Technologv Advisory Committee Adam C. Levensohn, Chair Steven Feldman Phil Reimann Vale Sundravel Edward Kane Walter Adamski Personnel Board Stephen Richards, Chair Maggie Benagh Stephen Becker Antonia O'Conner Roger Ahlfeld 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 2014 2015 2015 2015 2011 2011 2012 2011 2011 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2014 2013 2013 2014 2015 Council on Aging Clinton J. Knight, Chair Patricia Paganella Barry M. Bograd James V. Divver John Kahn Clyde Dottin Lynn F. Power Beth Donnelly Betty Muto Rachel Stewart Five appointed by the Board of Selectmen, six by the Council on Aging 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2014 2014 2014 Housing Authority Mark R. Galante 2012 Appointed by the MA Department of Housin g Community Development Registrar of Voters David Friday 2012 Robert Brown 2012 Joseph Tersom 2012 Richard Callahan 2012 John Hart 2012 Jack Jagher 2012 Joan Klan Rastani 2012 Appointed by Town Manager Appointed by default as Town Clerk Retirement Board Wayne MacDonald 2012 Peter Rovinelli 2013 Mary Ellen Kelley 2014 Paul Barbieri 2011 Richard Howarth, Jr. Indefinite Two members appointed by Selectmen, two elected by members, one appointed by Retirement Board Linda A. Fields 2012 Town Assessors Bruce C. Wester 2013 Kathy Peirce 2014 Eng Cho 2015 Arthur Holmes 2014 All of the above Appointed by Selectmen Daniel Dargon 2014 Valerie Mulvey 2014 Appointed by the Chief Financial O?fzcer with Appointed by default as Town Clerk approval of the Town Manager R Town of Framingham BOARD OF SELECTMEN I TOWN MANAGER TECHNOLOGY SERVICES I FACILITIE A MEDIA SER Ef ING 2012 Annual Town Report COUNSEL I HUMAN RESOURCES TAL BUILDING PROJECTS Board of Selectmen Memorial Building, Rm 1211508-532-5400 1 selectmen@framinghamma.gov Board of Selectmen took a number of significant actions during 2012 that had many positive impacts on the Town. Most significantly, the board hired Robert Halpin as the new Town Manager. Mr. Halpin, with a strong background in Town management and economic development, began work in June, taking over from Interim Town Manager Valerie Mulvey. This was the second time Ms. Mulvey filled in as interim manager for the Town, and once again served the Town in an exemplary manner. At the beginning of the year and as part of the budget setting process for Fiscal Year 2013, the Board of Selectmen took the unprecedented step of recommending a Town budget that would require only a 1 ' /z% levy increase instead of the allowed 2 1 /2 % annual increase. This recommendation was approved by Town Meeting and resulted in a much - welcomed reduced real estate tax impact for property owners. It was the first time since Proposition 2 1 /2 was approved in 1980 that the Town took such a step. General Government I From left to right: Dennis L. Giombetti, Laurie Lee, Jason A. Smith, Charles J. Sisitsky, A. Ginger Esty Town of Framingham Early in the year, the Board completed negotiations with TJX and brought to a Special Town Meeting a 20 -year tax increment financing package (TIF) that insures the continued presence of TJX in Framingham for years to come. The agreement requires TJX to maintain their headquarters in Framingham, create new jobs, and develop new facilities. On the heels of the TIF approval, the Board solicited proposals for the sale /reuse of the Jonathan Maynard School Building in Framingham Center. The Danforth Museum was the only party to submit a proposal and by the end of the year, following extensive negotiations, an agreement was reached that would have the Museum purchase the Maynard Building and complete relocation to the site by the end of 2015. Approval by Town Meeting will be sought at the Annual Town Meeting in 2013. After a lengthy public hearing process by the Board of Health, General Chemical decided that they would no longer seek to renew their site assignment license and announced that they would cease operations on Leland Street. An extensive site clean -up plan was prepared and cleanup of the property began during the year. The Selectmen approved permits to allow the Framingham History Center to host a weekend Civil War encampment on the Framingham Center Common as part of the Town's celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. The event was very well attended and included appearances by President Abe Lincoln and General George Gordon, a local Civil War hero. In October, representatives from the MWRA and MassDEP joined Town officials, members of the Town's 2012 Annual Town Report legislative delegation and neighbors at the Weston Aqueduct on Elm Street to cut a ribbon formally opening a section of the aqueduct for use as a passive walking trail. This was the first time a section of state - owned aqueducts was permitted for public use as a walking trail. During a single week in October, the Town received back -to- back -to -back great news from the State. Governor Deval Patrick visited Mass Bay Community College at the campus in the former Farley School and announced a $22M grant to enable the college to purchase property and expand their presence in Downtown Framingham. This announcement was followed by notification from the State that they have agreed to a $4.2M match for a new branch library. As if this wasn't enough, Lt. Governor Tim Murray visited Downtown Framingham at the end of the week with a team of State Transportation officials and announced that the State would match federal funds with State money for the Town's Downtown revitalization project as well as support of the Route 126/135 intersection improvements. During an otherwise quiet week in May, NSTAR tree crews invaded the Oaks neighborhood and began a non -stop onslaught of tree cutting along its transmission line right -of -way through Reardon Park and along Brownlea and Lake Roads. The Town Manager and Selectmen, together with Tree Warden Daniel Nau, quickly organized several meetings in the field with NSTAR and residents and within a week had convened a well- attended public meeting at Town Hall. A follow -up meeting with officials from several abutting communities was also held and NSTAR eventually agreed to changes in their procedures and mitigate some of the damage that was caused. General Government 2 Town of Framingham In June, the Town was saddened to learn of the sudden passing of well -liked Town Meeting Moderator Ed Noonan. At the request of Town Meeting, Selectmen agreed to appoint an interim moderator until the annual election in April, 2013. Among other actions taken during the year, the Selectmen reinstituted a unified code enforcement task force made up of representatives from police, fire, health, public works, and building departments. The goal of the group is to upgrade neighborhoods by identifying local building and safety by -law violations through comprehensive deployment and follow -up with property owners to ensure compliance. Also during the year, the Town successfully negotiated a five -year contract for disposal of trash, which will save the Town over $2M. AOL Town M Memorial I I am pleased to present my first Annual Report as Town Manager for the year 2012. I officially began my new role as Town Manager on June 4, 2012, but that start date was the culmination of six (6) months of preparation and work to become familiar with Framingham and its priorities on my part, and of more than a year of effort on the part of the Screening Committee and the Board of Selectmen in managing the recruitment and selection process. I would like to begin this report with a sincere thank you for the work they put into that process and for the confidence they have placed in me in selecting me as your Town Manager. 2012 Annual Town Report We were very pleased to learn that Money Magazine named Framingham the "36th Best Place to Live" in the Nation. The article cited the Town's diversity, affordable housing and a "sweet" job market as some of the reasons for the recognition. The members of the Board and I wish to thank all of the Town's employees and hundreds of volunteers for their hard work and continued dedication. We are very fortunate to have such an incredible group of people who work every day to make Framingham such a great place to live, work and raise a family. Respectfully submitted, Framingham Board of Selectmen Charles J. Sisitsky, Chairman Dennis Giombetti, Vice Chairman Laurie Lee, Clerk Jason Smith A. Ginger Esty In June we determined that the Lexington Street Parking Garage adjacent to the main branch of the Framingham Public Library had suffered severe structural deterioration stemming from age and from the use of deicing agents over the years. A recommendation was presented and approved by the fall Special Town Meeting to demolish the structure and to replace it with landscaped surface parking to serve the Library. The project will take place in the spring of 2013. A longstanding priority of the Board of Selectmen is to enter into a performance based energy services contract to reduce the energy costs of municipal and school buildings. The Town Manager and General Government 3 Town of Framingham Selectmen took an important first step in the fall of 2012 and will present a proposed contract to Annual Town Meeting. This type of contract is increasingly common among governments and institutional owners with large energy needs. The contractor identifies a list of energy efficiency investments and projected savings, which the owner finances. The contractor implements and manages the project over its life span, and, in the process, guarantees the minimum savings in the contract to assure the payback period in the contract is met. The energy services contract will play a central role in the Town's efforts to become certified as a Massachusetts `Green Community' in the year ahead. To become certified the Town must meet five (5) criteria, one of which is to reduce the energy consumption of the municipal and school operations by at least 20% over the next five (5) years. Other criteria include at least one location in Town providing as -of -right zoning and permitting for a renewable energy facility; adoption of the Automobile Fuel Efficiency policy; and adoption of the Stretch Energy Efficiency Building Code. The Town hopes to have these actions and plans in place by October 2013, the next period in which to seek certification. The absence of a Long Range Municipal Building Plan has long been considered a significant impediment to obtaining Town Meeting approval for significant repairs and investments in municipal buildings. I directed the Capital Projects Manager and the Facilities Management Director to begin preparing such a comprehensive plan during 2012. The plan will follow the format of the School Department's long range building plan for easy integration and understanding of the complete Town requirements for buildings over the next twenty (20) years. 2012 Annual Town Report The Mass Department of Transportation conducted an all- important 25% Design Plan public hearing on proposed traffic and streetscape improvements in Downtown Framingham. The project is now expected to proceed to final design and bid documents in 2013 with $8.0 million in improvements expected to begin in 2014. The project will improve the flow of traffic through Downtown, but also represent a major improvement in the sidewalks and streetscape. Town officials met several times with state transportation officials in preparation of construction at two (2) bridges on Winter St. in 2013. The bridge over the Sudbury River will begin in summer of 2013 and the bridge over the CSX tracks will begin construction shortly thereafter in the fall of 2013. These projects run the risk of creating severe traffic impacts unless MA DOT implements effective traffic management measures and contracts with performance incentives to complete the projects on time and without delay. The Mass Department of Environmental Protection officially approved closure plans for General Chemical's toxics transfer facility on Leland Street. The facility ceased operation during the summer of 2013. The Framingham Board of Health played an important role in bringing these operations to an end. The emphasis now shifts toward completing a more comprehensive evaluation of contamination at the site and overseeing the company's post closure remediation plan. The Town achieved a major financial goal during 2012. After a multiyear effort, the Town's Stabilization Fund was funded at a level that represents 5% of its general fund expenditures. This is a major accomplishment, particularly in light of it General Government 4 Town of Framingham having been carried out during a period of significant budget constraints. The work was recognized by Moody's Investment Services, which awarded the Town the second highest bond rating available, thereby lowering our overall borrowing costs. An independent consultant completed an Operational Review of the Town's Assessing practices in light of the major shifts in tax burden between various classes of taxable property that occurred in FY 2012. The review concluded that there was no single mistake or error which caused the shifts and otherwise found that the values in various classes of tax value did represent full and fair market value. The report did, however, makes a variety of recommendations for improving assessment practices and making the process more transparent and understood by taxpayers. The Assessors are reporting periodically to both the Selectmen and the Town Manager on progress in implementing the recommendations. Mass Bay Community College announced that it plans to consolidate two leased campuses in Framingham and Ashland into one MetroWest campus to be located in Downtown Framingham. The college has been awarded an initial allocation of funding to pursue the design and location of a new campus and Town officials are working closely with the Mass Framingham is the 14th most populated municipality in Massachusetts. A total of 68,318 residents were counted in the 2010 US Census. Of that amount, 36,957 Framingham residents are registered to vote. The presence of a birthing hospital, numerous nursing homes and assisted 2012 Annual Town Report Department of Capital Asset Management (DCAM) to evaluate the options available to the college in the Downtown area. The Board of Selectmen negotiated and Annual Town Meeting approved a Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Agreement with TJX Companies, which is headquartered in Framingham. The agreement provides for TJX to invest millions in their headquarters in Framingham, and, in exchange, the Town agreed to exempt a portion of the increased property taxes that will result from that investment for a fixed period of years. The agreement also allowed TJX to seek state approval for a significant state sponsored investment tax credit to be applied against state taxes. Needless to say, Framingham is proud to serve as the home of TJX and looks forward to it being part of the community for years to come. In closing, I want to acknowledge the work of Town Clerk Valerie Mulvey during her time as Interim Town Manager and her assistance to me during my entry into the position last summer. I am also thankful for the hard work and assistance of my office staff and the Town's overall management team in making this transition as smooth as possible. Respectfully submitted, Robert Halpin Town Manager living facilities contribute to our substantial work load. Assistant Town Clerk Lisa Ferguson manages our daily operations and trains and supervises staff. In the absence of the Town Clerk, the Assistant Town Clerk assumes the authority and responsibilities General Government 5 Town of Framingham of that position. Ms. Ferguson directed the Town Clerk and Elections Divisions in 2012 from January through May while I served as Interim Town Manager. Operations ran smoothly, efficiently and flawlessly. The Town Clerk Division is responsible for creating and preserving all the Town's vital records. Administrators Emily Black and Elena Finehouse registered 575 deaths, 526 marriages and issued 3612 dog licenses and 555 business certificates in 2012. Our revenue total was $233,044. Other responsibilities include: issuing 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. One administrator is also responsible for processing affidavits of correction of vital records, posting meetings and agendas and ensuring that the 48 -hour requirement is met, recording Conflict of Interest receipts and registering births. As a result of the Vitals Information Partnership System we now receive all births to Framingham residents electronically. This has doubled the time necessary for the process. In 2012, 914 births at MWMC were registered and 482 out -of -town births were processed for a total of 1396 births to Framingham residents. Lauren DiGiandomenico is the Election Coordinator. The Election Division is responsible for: conducting elections and the Annual Town Census; maintaining the Town's voter /census database and its related street listing; recording Town Meeting votes, filing Town Meeting 2012 Annual Town Report original documents, preparing the Attorney General Bylaw submissions and posting the bylaws when they are approved. The Annual Town Meeting met over thirteen nights in April and May. Four Special Town Meetings were held on March 14, May 22, September 10 and, October 16. In 2012, Ms. DiGiandomenico registered 5010 new voters, deleted 2577 voters and amended the records of 15369 voters. She processed 3682 absentee ballots -448 for the Presidential Primary, 359 for the Town Election, 436 for the State Primary and 2618 for the Presidential Election. Four elections were held in 2012 with 14% voting in the Presidential Primary, 10% in the Town Election, 11% in the State Primary, and 76% (almost 28,000 people) in the Presidential Election. We are grateful to the many people for assisting us in providing excellent service to our voters. These include but are not limited to: School Superintendents Hiersche and Lynch who scheduled professional development on November 6, which significantly decreased traffic, increased parking and eliminated concerns for student safety; 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; Eric Heideman and Town Facilities Management staff, Matt Torti and School Building and Grounds staff, Dom Jannetti and Keefe Facilities staff, and Chris McGinty and Parks and Recreation seasonal employees who set up, break down, and maintain the polling locations; Dan Nan and DPW staff who provide supplies for signage; Reverend Scaravelli who welcomes two precincts to vote at St. Tarcisius Parish Center at no cost; St. Stephen Church and Arcade Management for providing employee parking on General Government 6 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report election day and our election workers who work 15+ hour days to serve the voters. The Board of Selectmen, Town employees, Town Officials, the 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. This year the Senior Tax Relief Program provided us with the much needed assistance of Janet Martin. I am very grateful for the support of our dedicated, knowledgeable Division and Department Heads who facilitated my tenure as Interim Town Manager and provided a smooth transition for Town Manager Bob Halpin. 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 General Government 7 Presidential Preference Primary Official Results - March 6, 2012 Candidate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Democratic Presidential Preference Blanks 4 5 2 5 4 8 2 6 1 3 1 2 2 3 3 3 2 2 58 Barack Obama 117 132 78 102 97 148 123 82 49 38 122 70 73 50 110 15 25 31 1462 No Preference 3 13 5 3 9 6 7 10 2 3 12 6 8 2 17 2 4 2 114 Write -Ins 1 2 1 3 2 1 0 2 0 1 6 2 0 0 1 2 0 2 26 State Committee Man Blanks 29 36 25 39 34 55 45 27 13 15 42 25 23 13 38 7 8 11 485 Philip C. Jack 96 114 61 74 78 108 85 71 38 30 98 54 60 41 92 15 23 26 1164 Write -Ins 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 11 State Committee Woman Blanks 7 12 5 22 11 40 14 11 8 5 17 20 9 9 33 5 6 4 238 Karen Spilka 117 138 80 90 101 120 118 89 44 40 124 60 74 46 98 17 25 33 1414 Write -Ins 1 2 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 Town Committee (Group) Blanks 1651 2621 1564 1884 1952 2331 2563 1885 615 790 2378 1403 1814 1081 2544 449 600 563 28688 Elsa Rose Aviza 73 76 43 60 51 95 55 43 36 23 71 36 26 25 57 10 16 21 817 Carmen Ana Chico 72 69 36 52 49 88 54 40 33 22 70 35 26 22 56 8 13 20 765 Gerard E. Desilets 91 92 50 60 64 108 72 56 35 22 85 47 48 26 66 9 14 23 968 John Peter Duffy 73 68 39 52 53 92 48 42 32 21 66 34 31 23 59 10 13 19 775 Maureen E. Dunne 85 88 45 68 65 106 72 58 39 24 80 42 36 26 60 9 13 22 938 C. Patrick Dunne 80 84 46 61 61 103 62 51 37 24 75 41 39 26 60 8 14 19 891 Courtney Anne Elgart 74 68 36 53 50 92 50 39 35 22 69 36 29 26 53 9 13 18 772 Jeanne E. Eversley 73 66 36 51 49 88 49 41 31 20 66 40 27 21 64 9 14 20 765 Linda A. Fields 77 68 37 55 53 94 57 45 32 22 75 37 27 22 55 8 13 19 796 Adam Lawrence Freudberg 74 67 37 51 49 89 49 43 31 20 66 34 23 21 52 7 13 18 744 Dennis L. Giombetti 86 93 50 64 64 107 66 60 36 23 85 51 45 28 73 10 16 29 986 Beveriy K. Hugo 80 96 44 63 66 101 70 47 36 24 80 49 34 23 54 13 13 20 913 Michael R. Hugo 77 93 44 62 63 100 65 46 35 23 77 42 31 25 55 11 13 20 882 Stephen Joyce 82 75 41 52 52 93 53 45 32 22 65 35 27 22 62 7 14 19 798 Lloyd Kaye 72 66 37 54 52 90 54 39 31 24 67 38 24 22 52 7 14 19 762 Shahid Ahmed Khan 70 67 37 55 50 89 47 40 34 21 65 33 28 22 52 8 13 23 754 Thomas F. Mahoney 76 73 40 61 56 102 57 47 35 22 73 40 28 26 60 11 13 21 841 Kathleen T. McCarthy 76 69 42 54 51 95 57 47 32 30 68 38 37 24 60 10 13 21 824 Stephanie A. Mercandetti 77 71 41 59 52 95 62 43 35 23 73 43 32 24 62 9 14 19 834 Sarah Mcciche 74 72 37 57 53 94 47 39 33 21 68 34 24 21 54 8 13 19 768 Terene Mcciche 71 69 37 54 51 91 45 38 31 19 64 33 23 20 54 7 13 19 739 Farooq M. Karim -Mrza 70 69 37 52 49 90 47 38 34 19 65 33 25 21 51 7 13 20 740 Betty H. Muto 84 74 41 65 57 99 63 53 37 24 80 50 37 28 64 14 15 24 909 RamuelRaagas 71 65 36 50 49 90 45 39 31 20 64 32 26 22 51 7 14 20 732 Joan Rastani 73 75 40 59 52 94 60 45 35 21 72 41 31 23 56 8 14 19 818 Pamela V. Roberts 74 67 39 56 53 91 55 42 32 23 69 34 30 23 58 10 13 20 789 Norma B. Shulman 88 91 44 67 69 96 72 50 37 23 76 42 31 25 56 9 13 22 911 Presidential Preference Primary Official Results - March 6, 2012 Candidate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Jason A. Smith 73 84 45 65 62 103 62 49 34 20 75 45 31 24 56 8 14 21 871 John A.Stefanini 90 95 54 63 69 110 72 63 37 21 83 48 40 30 75 11 17 29 1007 Cheryl Tully Stoll 78 71 36 63 56 97 58 42 33 22 71 38 30 22 55 8 13 19 812 P. Nandi Varris 69 63 36 50 49 90 47 41 33 21 63 34 27 21 53 10 15 18 740 Parwez Wahid 72 67 37 60 50 89 53 40 34 21 63 35 26 24 55 7 13 20 766 Nancy Coville Wallace 1 75 811 37 591 51 891 52 401 33 221 67 351 29 211 58 71 13 191 788 Chris Walsh 95 102 57 76 72 119 90 60 40 26 99 48 41 29 65 12 15 24 1070 Melvin S. Warshaw 73 72 41 62 53 91 60 42 32 22 69 39 26 23 55 8 13 22 803 Town Committee (Non Group) Gerald C. Heng 7 11 3 9 7 9 7 5 3 3 6 7 1 6 3 2 1 1 91 Caraline R. Levy 19 22 8 17 16 5 23 17 9 5 27 18 15 7 10 5 4 6 233 Voter Turnout 125 152 86 113 112 163 132 100 52 45 141 80 83 55 131 22 31 37 1660 Total Registered Voters 2726 2616 2255 2583 2511 2491 2271 2275 1777 1557 2722 1329 1834 1315 1461 812 965 1286 34786 Percent Turnout 5% 6% 4% 4% 4% 7% 6% 4% 3% 3% 5% 6% 5% 4% 9% 3% 3% 3% 5% Presidential Preference Primary Official Results - March 6, 2012 Candidate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Republican Presidential Preference Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 Ron Paul 30 35 13 28 20 23 25 23 13 7 27 13 23 6 16 1 2 3 308 Mitt Romney 291 265 132 253 196 197 162 146 88 60 232 88 99 48 61 17 12 60 2407 Rick Perry 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 Rick Santorum 23 26 21 25 34 21 18 24 17 7 28 15 16 13 11 2 1 15 317 Jon Huntsman 5 6 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 21 Michele Bachmann 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 Newt Gingrich 12 13 7 17 17 15 12 16 6 3 10 8 1 5 2 0 1 1 146 No Preference 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Write -Ins 1 01 0 11 2 01 0 21 0 01 0 01 0 01 0 01 0 0 6 State Committee Man Blanks 124 134 53 129 102 88 84 62 35 29 103 46 37 21 29 5 6 21 1108 Edward Bergin McGrath 235 215 118 196 163 175 135 150 87 49 195 79 103 49 60 15 10 60 2094 Write -Ins 3 0 4 2 5 1 2 2 3 2 2 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 33 State Committee Woman Blanks 120 134 51 138 99 91 89 69 38 26 101 47 42 20 26 6 7 25 1129 JanetLeombruno 240 213 122 186 169 169 131 139 85 51 196 78 98 52 64 14 9 56 2072 Write -Ins 2 2 2 3 2 4 1 6 2 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 34 Town Committee Blanks 9905 9656 4947 9101 7353 7081 6144 5794 3294 2175 8277 3560 3686 1911 2497 519 456 2368 88724 Edward Bergin McGrath 175 167 89 162 134 139 99 113 62 39 149 54 80 46 41 12 7 36 1604 Nicolas Sanchez 180 163 77 168 134 135 107 101 69 34 146 48 80 42 41 12 7 30 1574 Jacques A. Prindiville 151 141 66 124 117 118 91 99 61 40 128 43 75 38 38 10 6 24 1370 Richard A. Cappucci 151 144 65 127 119 115 88 95 62 38 121 47 75 41 40 10 6 33 1377 Roxana M.Sanchez 164 153 64 149 121 126 102 96 61 32 122 45 77 38 36 12 6 26 1430 Douglas B. Freeman 158 152 65 136 124 123 88 93 67 34 141 42 75 41 39 10 6 26 1420 Carol Sanchez Novak 159 150 69 128 114 122 86 96 60 33 125 43 70 39 36 10 6 25 1371 Mary Z. Connaughton 197 177 92 170 153 153 118 125 70 39 168 68 89 45 40 12 8 29 1753 Constance Barnes 151 139 60 118 109 116 88 103 62 32 116 41 72 37 33 11 6 26 1320 Mark R. Galante 172 151 71 144 133 134 103 96 65 38 135 57 79 40 42 12 7 27 1506 Michael R.Prestianni 152 141 61 124 116 120 82 105 61 34 114 49 73 37 37 10 5 26 1347 Eng H. Cho 151 143 63 124 111 119 86 92 61 35 127 44 73 37 36 11 6 25 1344 JanetLeombruno 174 163 79 145 146 141 97 99 64 40 139 49 77 42 45 10 6 27 1543 Karl B. Thober 161 147 60 131 118 121 88 92 60 33 121 43 72 38 35 10 5 25 1360 Judith A. Wester 153 145 62 130 114 124 86 94 63 35 124 46 70 36 36 10 5 22 1355 Bruce C. Wester 153 140 59 133 114 121 89 93 61 35 120 46 70 38 35 10 5 24 1346 Gary G. Mahoney 152 142 67 124 120 119 88 94 61 34 121 49 74 42 43 9 7 32 1378 Write -Ins 11 1 9 7 0 13 5 10 11 20 6 1 3 2 0 0 0 4 103 Voter Turnout 362 349 175 327 270 264 221 214 125 80 300 125 142 74 90 20 16 81 3235 Total Registered Voters 2726 2616 2255 2583 2511 2491 2271 2275 1777 1557 2722 1329 1834 1315 1461 812 965 1286 34786 Percent Turnout 13% 13% 8% 13% 11% 11% 10% 9% 7% 5% 11% 9% 8% 6% 6% 2% 2% 6% 9% Presidential Preference Primary Official Results - March 6, 2012 Candidate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Green Rainbow Presidential Preference Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kent Mesplay 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Jill Stein 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 9 Harley Mikkelson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 No Preference 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 State Committee Man Blanks 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 2 12 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 State Committee Woman Blanks 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 9 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 Town Committee Blanks 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 10 0 9 20 0 10 0 0 40 0 20 129 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Voter Turnout 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 13 Total Registered Voters 2726 2616 2255 2583 2511 2491 2271 2275 1777 1557 2722 1329 1834 1315 1461 812 965 1286 34786 Percent Turnout 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Democrat Turnout 125 152 86 113 112 163 132 100 52 45 141 80 83 55 131 22 31 37 1660 Republican Turnout 362 349 175 327 270 264 221 214 125 80 300 125 142 74 90 20 16 81 3235 Green - Rainbow Turnout 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 2 13 Total Turnout 487 501 261 440 383 427 354 315 177 126 443 205 226 129 221 46 47 120 4908 Total Registered 2726 2616 2255 2583 2511 2491 2271 2275 1777 1557 2722 1329 1834 1315 1461 812 965 1286 34786 Percentage 18% 19% 12% 17% 15% 17% 16% 14% 10% 8% 16% 15% 12% 10% 15% 6% 5% 9% 14% Winners are indicated in bold italics A True Copy Attest: Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Moderator Blanks 92 83 67 145 76 72 77 35 27 22 74 30 30 30 21 9 5 11 906 Edward J. Noonan 269 224 155 260 205 198 190 163 79 44 284 86 117 61 100 36 21 49 2541 Write -Ins 3 7 4 11 6 3 2 3 4 2 6 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 60 Selectmen Blanks 111 101 83 151 119 93 94 48 31 29 96 41 47 30 40 16 5 20 1155 Jason A. Smith 241 205 132 253 158 174 165 150 75 34 258 76 99 59 78 28 21 38 2244 Write -Ins 12 8 11 12 10 6 10 3 4 5 10 2 4 3 5 1 0 2 108 School Committee 13 year) Blanks 266 199 171 362 216 218 220 107 62 70 251 89 111 61 79 37 18 39 2576 Beverly K. Hugo 227 229 146 240 189 169 163 148 78 34 244 77 98 61 84 26 18 44 2275 Andrew Limerl 222 188 125 220 163 155 145 140 73 30 224 70 83 57 78 26 16 36 2051 Write -Ins 13 12 10 10 6 4 10 7 7 2 9 2 8 5 5 1 0 1 112 School Committee 11 near) Blanks 41 29 16 39 27 45 24 19 6 13 41 18 18 9 17 7 4 7 380 Heather A. Connolly 170 141 106 216 128 118 139 104 61 35 202 47 72 35 72 21 9 31 1707 Donald C. Taggart, Ill 153 141 102 161 129 109 105 76 41 19 120 54 58 48 30 17 13 22 1398 Write -Ins 0 3 2 0 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 22 Planning Board Blanks 255 210 170 338 225 233 208 134 71 57 266 96 106 82 100 35 19 54 2659 Thomas F. Mahoney 189 192 128 203 134 148 147 140 67 36 220 69 88 51 74 24 17 32 1959 Write -Ins 0 0 12 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 20 0 1 2 1 0 51 Stephanie A. Mercandetti 167 159 91 201 154 126 128 87 62 28 164 42 55 33 51 17 12 25 1602 Martin Ned Price 117 67 51 74 61 39 55 41 20 15 78 30 31 18 20 12 3 9 741 Library Trustee Blanks 605 433 375 818 471 428 441 260 169 150 588 190 228 174 183 57 55 94 5719 Maria E. L. Barry 188 176 116 184 151 154 160 124 64 25 205 66 83 43 71 28 8 37 1883 Janet L. Harrington 215 191 125 188 167 154 147 127 64 29 199 64 87 45 70 26 11 33 1942 Nancy Coville Wallace 188 203 117 182 153 141 141 113 58 26 188 59 78 36 64 25 10 28 1810 George C. Brown 117 117 91 142 92 99 86 82 36 18 124 35 47 42 52 24 11 22 1237 Eric Doherty 141 133 80 148 110 112 100 98 45 24 146 62 77 27 50 20 9 26 1408 Write -Ins 2 3 0 2 4 4 1 0 4 0 6 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 29 Keefe School Committee Blanks 518 380 328 676 402 353 372 214 143 127 466 179 191 142 143 53 36 70 4793 James Cameau 173 172 111 181 140 151 144 129 52 22 210 60 83 51 78 26 13 40 1836 Nelson H. Goldin 193 195 113 192 156 151 146 124 59 25 210 59 81 39 72 26 11 37 1889 John H. Evans, /if 206 192 125 199 158 162 144 133 65 30 202 59 87 43 75 30 18 31 1959 Write Ins 2 3 1 0 5 2 1 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 25 Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Trustee Edgell Grove Cemetery Blanks 122 95 82 190 102 93 95 41 35 35 107 43 36 30 33 17 9 15 1180 Barbara W. Ford 240 217 142 226 184 178 172 159 75 33 255 76 113 62 89 28 17 45 2311 Write -Ins 2 2 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 16 Housing Authority Blank 139 105 84 198 115 92 104 42 37 32 108 45 41 35 30 14 9 13 1243 Stephen P. Starr 222 206 141 214 171 180 163 156 73 36 252 74 108 56 91 31 17 47 2238 Write -Ins 3 3 1 4 1 1 2 3 0 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 26 Total Voter Turnout 364 314 226 416 287 273 269 201 110 68 364 119 150 92 123 45 26 60 3507 Total Registered Voters 2743 2623 2254 2592 2523 2499 2274 2290 1785 1570 2728 1331 1837 1331 1470 822 975 1295 34942 Percentage 13% 12% 10% 16% 11% 11% 12% 9% 6% 4% 13% 9% 8% 7% 8% 5% 3% 5% 10% Town Meeting Members Precinct 1 Blanks 397 Kevin J. Gatlin 202 Janet L. Gill 179 Steven W. Orr 181 Kylon M. F. Colinet 113 Stalin D'Arcey Colinet 99 Adam Rocco Olean 118 Dudley W. Stephan 161 Write -Ins 2 Stephanie L. Mercandetti 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 15 Martin Ned Price 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 17 Ramuel Raagas 1 Matt Smith 1 NR Precinct 2 Blanks 604 Matthew V. Calder 205 Nicola Cataldo 208 Melanie L. Goddard 215 Write -Ins 8 Nelia F. C. Patrick 8 Matthew Lee Hugo 3 James P. Blanchard 2 Laura A. Grome 1 Jeremy D. Longden 1 Thomas Remela 1 NR Precinct 3 Blanks 558 Lucille A. Carrell 137 Paul A. Costa 144 Write -Ins 1 9 Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Daniel L Richer 22 David J. Collins 11 Steven J. Belli 3 James R. Landers 3 David C. Anderson 2 Kathleen T. Austin 2 Joshua K. Mulready, II 2 Martin Ned Price 2 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 17 Rick Taggart 2 NR George Deak 1 Andrew R. Ferguson 1 John G. Handrahan 1 Edward F. Moriarty 1 DNQ Voter in Prec. 2 Jim M. Rizoli 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 14 Joseph E. Rizoli 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 14 Caitlin N. Stempleski 1 Precinct 4 Blanks 365 Linda M. Lackey 120 Roxana M. Sanchez 111 Paula L. Schmeidler 103 Karl B. Thober 93 Bob Berman 248 Dan Rao 206 David R. Remis 204 Adam C. Steiner 209 Write -Ins 4 Herbert E. Chasan 1 Precinct 5 Blanks 441 Judith F. Cohn 167 Norma B. Shulman 190 Eric K. Silverman 174 Elizabeth K. Sleczkowski 169 Write -Ins 5 Ed Berkman 1 NR Raymond W. McCabe 1 Precinct 6 Blanks 506 James H. Stockless 183 Elsa Rose Aviza 178 William A. Osborn 198 Write -Ins 10 Angie E.Goldberg 3 Rochelle Sivan 3 J. Benjamin Burke I I I I 1 1 2 Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Kristine M. Burke 2 Sidney D. Caplan 2 Francis J. Donahue 2 Elizabeth Frank 1 NR David Morales 1 Willliam R. Sell 1 Precinct 6 (One Year) Blanks 255 Write -Ins 8 Kristine M. Burke 2 Thomas Miller 2 E. Donohue 1 NR William R. Sell 1 Rochelle Sivan 1 Kathleen M. Stefanini 1 James H. Stockless 1 Joseph W. Tosi 1 Precinct 7 Blanks 1778 Kevin P. Crotty 149 Jeffrey C. Dutile 115 James W. Egan 144 Lawrence J. Griffin 115 Henry W. Ohrenberger 124 Richard E. Paul 115 Melvin S. Warshaw 119 Joel Winett 145 Christopher R. Kopacko 103 Rachael M. Scanlon 128 Adam L. Sisitsky 166 Write -Ins 1 Dan Rao 4 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 4 Bob Berman 3 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 4 Arnold L. Mills, III 2 Kimberly A. Mills 2 David R. Remis 2 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 4 Annabel Z. Dodd 1 Robert M. Dodd 1 David L. Garcia 1 Cameron D. Garriepy 1 Mark W. Garrepy 1 William H. Jantzen, III 1 Alana Lipkin 1 Stephanie Mercandetti 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 15 Martin Ned Price 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 17 Roxana M. Sanchez 1 Adam C. Steiner I I I I I I 1 11 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Thomas Sturiale, Jr. 1 Karl B. Thober 1 Precinct 8 Blanks 1252 Uchael D. Brady 125 Dorothy Collier 129 Joseph B. Connolly 122 Paul David Fricker 120 Elizabeth L. Lehnertz 122 Arthur J. Mills 120 Gregory J. Palmer 123 Chades E. Schneider 117 Anthony M. Moretti, Jr. 133 Write -Ins 10 Deborah A. Lenares 10 John D. Mello 5 Yenitza Vargas 5 Kelly J. Mello 4 Elizabeth F. Cross 3 Domenic DiRenzo 3 Alessandra DiRenzo 2 April R. Middleton 2 Paul Brady 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 15 Daniel R. Flynn 1 Elizabeth Maldonado 1 Yaneth S. Patrocinio 1 Martin Ned Price 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 17 Precinct 9 Blanks 147 C. Patrick Dunne 81 Dennis J. Paulsen 77 Loren F. Puffer 71 Ghafoor A. Sheikh 64 Write -Ins 0 Precinct 10 Blanks 552 Walter L. Adamski 25 Wolf Haberman 38 Lois L. Herman 26 Bhavana S. Jain 21 Lloyd Kaye 22 Kathleen T. McCarthy 32 William G. McCarthy 31 Pamela V. Roberts 22 Dhruba P. Sen 41 Write -Ins 0 John Peter Duffy 3 , Christopher R. Brown 1 Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Mchelle A. Brosnahan 1 Daniel I. Richer 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 3 Precint 11 Blanks 2265 Arsene G. Bajakian 187 Debbie Chase 208 Linda A. Fields 179 Lawrence S. Hendry 178 Cynthia J. Laurora 170 Judy Leerer 175 Martin F. Mulvey 215 Philip R. OttaWani, Jr. 210 Peter Pleshaw 187 Robert Snider 181 Yael Steinsaltz 174 Write -Ins 1 Lawrence W. Yarmaloff 14 Edward V. Cosgrove 7 Helen F. Slavid 2 Peter C. Adams 1 Louise M. Clark 1 Mary Z. Connaughton 1 Duarte Desa 1 Bradford D. Freeman 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 12 Judith E. Gatlin 1 Jared J.B. Grigg 1 Jason E. Grigg 1 Joshua T. Grigg 1 Michael R. Hugo 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 2 Frederick A. Martin 1 Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr. 1 Dean S. Siflinger 1 John M. Slason 1 Theresa R. Thayer 1 Precinct 12 Blanks 192 Bradley C. Bauler 70 Edward J. Kross 74 Caraline R. Levy 67 Mark W. McClennan 68 Write -Ins 1 Philip R. Giffee 1 Stephanie L. Mercandetti 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 15 Nancy E. O'Hare 1 David F. Ward 1 Preinct 12 (One Year) Blanks 37 Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Lynn B. Olson 80 Write -Ins 0 Austin J. Nagle, Sr. 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 13 David F. Ward 1 Precinct 13 Blanks 913 Louis V. Cintolo 87 Larissa N. Combe 77 Robert B. DeShaw 75 Bradford Goodwin 73 Nancy Anne Handy 87 Andrew D. Hohenstein 69 Mary Beth C. Uskin 75 Philip L. Reitz 88 Elizabeth J. Stone 86 Thomas G. Tiger 74 Camille B. Youssef 78 Write -Ins 7 Samuel J. Miskin 3 Austin J. Nagle, Sr. 3 David G. Levenson 1 Thomas W. Levenson 1 Joseph C. Meehan 1 Susan C. Nicholl 1 Karen J. Nolte 1 Precinct 14 Blanks 584 Judith P. Callahan 56 Donald R. Chute 55 Robert D. Cushing 49 Renee M. Faubert 51 Daniel D. Gittelsohn 40 James E. Quinn 50 Jim M. Rizoli 28 Joseph E. Mzoli 27 Carol Von Kelsch 51 Jeffrey M. Cox 49 Write -Ins 1 David A. Barbadora 14 Barbara E. Benjamin 14 Louis E. Miller, Jr. 11 Patrick Ray 11 NR Martha M. Guevara 9 Carol Von Kelsch 2 Donald W. Crookes, Jr. 1 Don Devlen 1 NR Preinct 15 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Blanks 839 Thomas Barbieri 91 C. Willliam Cook 79 Thomas J. Driscoll, Jr. 81 Beverly C. Good 79 Brian M. Jones 77 Elias V. Monteiro, Jr. 77 Albert Q. Roos 72 Ida M. Williams 75 Write -Ins 0 Richard H. Prouty 3 Paul E. Brady 1 Stefanie E. Johnson 1 Maria E. Martinez 1 Stephanie Mercandetti 1 Martin Ned Price 1 DNQ - Voter in Prec. 17 Precinct 16 Blanks 353 Jeff M. Convery 32 Frank N. Demarco 28 Kathleen T. Demarco 28 William J. Labarge 26 Carol Anne Sinesi 32 Write -Ins 0 Christiana O. Abe 9 Timothy P. Jones 5 Classia M. Simmons 5 Nancy L. Horne 4 Joan M. Proctor 4 Thelma F. Paredes 3 NR Jessica L. Levy 2 David T. Marks 2 Gladys Mendez 2 NR Jeff M. Convery 1 Frank N. Demarco 1 Kathleen T. Demarco 1 William J. Labarge 1 Carol Anne Sinesi 1 Precinct 17 Blanks 70 Edgardo A. Torres 22 Write -Ins 0 Benney Cohen 4 NR Cesar E. Canales Salguero 3 Walter F. Mejia 3 Takia A. Rust 2 Precinct 18 Town Election Official Results - April 3, 2012 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Blanks 413 Josep O.Asa a 29 Alan C. Crane 34 Victor P. D'Costa 35 Jim Wade Hansen 32 Rosemary P. Jebari 34 George A. Lewis 29 Norman L. Snow, Jr. 29 Phyllis M. Giblin 34 Kim A. Poness 34 Write -Ins 0 Rosa I. Alas 2 Momfred Bernadeau 2 Shannon L. Brenock 2 Romelia Gomez 2 Martha L. Grisales 2 DNQ - 15 Ronoldy R. Funes 1 Rose N. Lockett 1 Eustaquio S. Mendoza 1 Martin Ned Price 1 DNQ - 17 Willie P. Sordillo 1 Carolyn B. Toohey 1 Anthony D. Villa 1 A True Copy Attest: Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk Winners are indicated in bold italics DNQ = Does not qualify NR = Not a registered voter 15 Official Results September 6, 2012 State Primary Candidate 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Total Democratic Senator in Congress Blanks 27 19 14 11 21 23 19 9 6 8 28 11 12 8 10 5 5 5 241 Elizabeth A. Warren 198 212 156 187 169 186 176 184 94 66 190 85 137 88 128 43 52 48 2399 Write -Ins 10 4 2 5 4 4 3 4 2 1 4 2 1 2 4 1 1 2 56 Rep. in Congress Blanks 28 17 20 26 21 33 17 9 9 8 27 12 12 7 13 9 4 6 278 Edward J. Markey 202 217 152 175 172 178 180 187 91 67 192 85 137 90 129 39 53 49 2395 Write -Ins 5 1 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 23 Councillor Blanks 25 27 24 29 28 40 19 26 15 6 22 12 20 6 24 8 10 6 347 Brian M. Clinton 34 27 18 17 24 24 21 29 17 6 25 13 28 30 20 12 24 7 376 Robert L. Jubinville 100 101 75 101 88 77 95 72 43 29 94 37 54 35 42 14 11 19 1087 Patrick J. McCabe 29 15 12 20 13 17 14 19 5 14 14 10 10 11 21 5 8 9 246 Bart Andrew Timilty 45 64 42 35 41 55 49 51 22 20 67 26 37 16 35 10 4 14 633 Write -Ins 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 7 State Senator Blanks 34 22 18 23 25 51 19 12 11 9 30 15 13 12 21 11 5 3 334 Karen E. Spilka 199 212 154 177 169 162 178 185 89 66 191 83 135 86 120 37 51 52 2346 Write -Ins 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 16 State Rep 6th Blanks 30 24 29 28 44 18 16 7 29 17 27 269 Chris Walsh 202 210 171 164 169 180 0 85 68 193 81 113 2 1636 Write -Ins 3 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 12 State Rep 7th Blanks Tom Sannicandro Write -Ins 16 181 0 16 134 0 11 87 0 8 39 2 7 49 2 5 50 0 63 540 4 State Rep 13th Blanks Thomas P. Conroy Steven Hakar Write -Ins 11 107 54 0 11 107 54 0 Official Results September 6, 2012 State Primary Candidate 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 14 15 1 16 1 17 1 18 Total Clerk of Courts Blanks 56 46 36 67 42 53 45 27 22 13 60 27 32 18 32 11 6 10 603 Michael A. Sullivan 175 188 136 136 152 159 151 170 80 62 161 71 118 80 109 38 50 45 2081 Write -Ins 4 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 12 Register of Deeds Blanks 29 36 25 46 27 46 32 32 16 9 37 17 25 11 26 7 8 4 433 Robert B. Antonelli 53 33 36 24 33 37 28 45 17 12 39 21 32 20 28 17 23 19 517 Frank J. Ciano 18 13 9 11 17 14 9 18 8 7 19 8 12 12 8 6 8 6 203 Thomas B. Concannon, Jr. 55 43 35 36 41 47 36 30 14 20 38 9 17 19 24 4 7 13 488 Maria C. Curtatone 52 58 41 54 51 34 56 46 31 17 53 25 36 20 33 15 6 10 638 Tiziano Doto 10 18 9 10 10 12 8 6 91 4 12 7 12 7 6 0 2 1 143 Maryann M. Heuston 16 33 17 19 15 22 29 20 6 6 24 11 15 9 17 0 4 2 265 Write -Ins 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 9 Sheriff Blanks 50 41 34 52 45 54 42 29 21 10 52 27 30 13 31 12 8 9 560 Peter J. Koutoujian 180 193 138 149 149 159 153 168 80 65 166 71 120 85 110 37 46 46 2115 Write -Ins 5 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 21 Official Results September 6, 2012 State Primary Candidate 1 1 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 7 1 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 14 15 1 16 1 17 1 18 Total Republican Senator in Congress Blanks 1 1 2 1 3 3 1 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 21 Scott P. Brown 106 96 63 88 100 68 60 74 39 24 83 55 49 31 27 10 9 27 1009 Write -Ins 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 Rep. in Congress Blanks 7 6 5 4 9 7 3 4 1 1 2 5 4 2 0 0 2 1 63 Frank J. Addivinola, Jr. 11 14 11 19 25 12 6 6 9 4 23 4 5 6 3 4 4 6 172 Jeffrey M. Semon 18 15 2 21 20 13 10 13 4 1 11 5 8 4 5 2 0 2 154 Tom Tierney 71 62 47 46 50 38 43 54 26 19 47 41 33 20 21 5 3 19 645 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Councillor Blanks 29 28 22 21 33 30 25 26 5 3 21 19 12 5 10 6 2 5 302 Earl H. Sholley 78 69 43 69 71 41 37 51 34 22 62 36 38 26 19 5 7 23 731 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 State Senator Blanks 91 82 53 74 87 58 53 61 31 17 75 45 42 25 22 11 8 18 853 Write -Ins 16 15 12 16 17 13 9 16 9 8 8 11 8 7 7 0 1 10 183 State Rep 6th Blanks 95 82 75 92 61 53 33 18 77 47 23 656 Write -Ins 12 15 15 12 10 9 7 7 6 9 6 108 State Rep 7th Blanks Jon Andrew Fetherston Write -Ins 18 59 0 10 39 1 5 27 0 4 7 0 2 7 0 3 25 0 42 164 1 State Rep 13th Blanks 54 54 Write -Ins 11 11 Clerk of Courts Blanks 97 83 57 80 94 64 55 65 34 19 75 47 41 31 24 11 8 21 906 Write -Ins 10 14 8 10 10 7 7 12 6 6 8 9 9 1 5 0 1 7 130 Official Results September 6, 2012 State Primary Candidate 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 6 7 1 8 9 1 10 11 1 12 13 1 14 15 1 16 1 17 1 18 Total Register of Deeds Blanks 97 82 58 79 94 64 57 67 34 19 76 49 42 31 24 11 8 21 913 Write -Ins 10 15 7 11 10 7 5 10 6 6 7 7 8 1 5 0 1 7 123 Sheriff Blanks 95 81 57 80 95 63 55 67 34 19 74 48 43 30 24 11 8 20 904 Write -Ins 12 16 8 10 9 8 7 10 6 6 9 8 7 2 5 0 1 8 132 Green Rainbow Senator in Congress Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Rep. in Congress Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Councillor Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 State Senator Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 State Rep 6th Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 State Rep 7th Blanks Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 State Rep 13th Blanks Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 Clerk of Courts Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Official Results September 6, 2012 State Primary Candidate 1 1 1 2 3 1 4 5 1 6 7 1 8 9 10 11 1 12 13 14 15 1 16 1 17 1 18 Total Register of Deeds Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Sheriff Blanks 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Write -Ins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Democrat Turnout 235 235 172 203 194 213 198 197 102 75 222 98 150 98 142 49 58 55 2696 Republican Turnout 107 97 65 90 104 71 62 77 40 25 83 56 50 32 29 11 9 28 1036 Green - Rainbow Turnout 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Total Turnout 342 332 237 293 298 285 260 274 142 101 306 155 200 130 171 60 67 83 3736 Total Registered 2790 2642 2276 2612 2557 2532 2312 2358 1829 1558 2749 1336 1870 1374 1487 851 1035 1344 35512 Percentage 12% 13% 10% 11% 12% 11% 11% 12% 8% 6% 11% 12% 11% 9% 11% 7% 6% 6% 11% A True Copy Attest, Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk September 6, 2012 State Election Official Results - November 6, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 TOTAL President /Vice President Blanks 12 10 4 3 6 8 7 3 2 4 11 6 0 4 6 2 2 2 92 Johnson /Gray 13 23 24 24 22 16 12 13 10 11 18 13 20 9 10 6 3 18 265 Obama/Biden 1413 1413 1196 1361 1326 1345 1171 1328 924 752 1389 685 1020 720 760 452 583 661 18499 Romney /Ryan 878 820 602 826 733 773 654 540 450 290 857 321 395 200 234 118 62 225 8978 Stein /Honkala 13 13 13 10 16 9 8 13 7 11 19 6 8 7 2 6 0 3 164 Write -Ins 7 2 3 6 2 4 3 3 3 3 6 5 4 4 4 2 1 3 65 Senator in Congress Blanks 20 10 7 12 12 14 7 15 7 13 6 7 14 10 6 4 8 8 180 Scott P. Brown 1082 1028 768 1037 899 959 837 679 540 375 1093 416 519 284 325 159 92 307 11399 Elizabeth A. Warren 1231 1243 1066 1179 1191 1180 1009 1204 848 681 1201 613 912 650 684 422 550 596 16460 Write -Ins 3 0 1 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 24 Rep. in Congress Blanks 120 105 77 124 109 124 92 93 73 62 112 41 58 58 55 28 37 55 1423 Edward J. Markey 1494 1493 1257 1458 1370 1408 1223 1335 957 771 1482 704 1064 696 748 433 521 647 19061 Tom Tierney 716 681 507 643 623 620 538 467 364 235 700 285 320 188 212 121 91 206 7517 Write -Ins 6 2 1 5 3 3 2 5 2 3 6 6 5 2 1 4 2 4 62 Councillor Blanks 391 352 294 372 326 378 313 288 193 163 381 156 191 124 135 66 60 105 4288 Robert L.Jubinv/lle 1276 1286 1090 1219 1207 1179 1038 1164 864 672 1256 626 929 629 683 416 533 619 16686 Earl H. Sholley 663 637 456 631 568 592 501 443 337 231 655 249 319 187 195 102 56 182 7004 Write -Ins 6 6 2 8 4 6 3 5 2 5 8 5 8 4 3 2 2 6 85 State Senator Blanks 586 538 403 583 499 549 451 392 288 225 548 245 284 185 197 98 81 146 6298 Karen E. Spilka 1717 1710 1413 1611 1577 1575 1384 1474 1087 830 1711 777 1133 740 809 481 566 750 21345 Write -Ins 33 33 26 36 29 31 20 34 21 16 41 14 30 19 10 7 4 16 420 State Rep (6th Middlesex) Blanks 563 529 573 505 508 419 297 231 544 248 204 4621 Chris Walsh 1746 1727 1625 1577 1622 1415 1082 827 1732 776 802 14931 Write -Ins 27 25 32 23 25 21 17 13 24 12 10 229 State Rep. (7th Middlesex) 157 1308 432 ' 90 1038 314 5 88 690 163 3 38 459 85 44 555 50 64 672 173 481 4722 1217 Blanks Tom Sannicandro Jon Andrew Fetherston Write Ins 3 4 2 3 20 State Election Official Results - November 6, 2012 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 TOTAL State Rep (13th Middlesex) Blanks Thomas P. Conroy Write -Ins 475 1356 11 475 1356 11 Clerk of Courts Blanks 695 655 497 715 597 608 556 464 355 258 654 283 349 210 216 109 103 173 7497 Uchael A. Sullivan 1617 1607 1333 1490 1487 1524 1287 1421 1028 802 1626 741 1084 719 792 468 540 728 20294 Write -Ins 24 19 12 25 21 23 12 15 13 11 20 12 14 15 8 9 8 11 272 Register of Deeds Blanks 724 684 512 739 625 633 576 483 367 270 681 304 357 223 223 121 111 183 7816 Maria C.Curtatone 1587 1579 1321 1468 1459 1496 1266 1402 1011 792 1601 720 1074 703 785 458 534 718 19974 Write -Ins 25 18 9 23 21 26 13 15 18 9 18 12 16 18 8 7 6 11 273 Sheriff Blanks 464 439 349 513 392 423 394 356 245 202 479 197 241 155 179 80 95 145 5348 Peter J. Koutoujian 1471 1456 1171 1327 1357 1407 1145 1246 903 705 1406 644 962 637 662 418 498 615 18030 Ernesto M. Petrone 397 380 318 380 349 311 312 290 245 158 408 185 237 147 168 84 53 148 4570 Write -Ins 4 6 4 10 7 14 4 8 3 6 7 10 7 5 7 4 5 4 115 Question 1 (Right to Repair) Blanks 326 245 237 254 222 288 215 255 190 124 255 113 173 118 155 94 146 112 3522 Yes 1739 1791 1423 1707 1655 1623 1418 1410 1042 820 1807 797 1087 707 699 404 362 665 21156 No 271 245 182 269 228 244 222 235 164 127 238 126 187 119 162 88 143 135 3385 Question 2 (Assisted Suicide) Blanks 73 92 61 80 74 93 95 109 68 41 97 49 66 50 66 57 97 50 1318 Yes 1299 1183 935 1210 1073 1005 922 907 655 542 1185 507 701 397 356 199 148 339 13563 No 964 1006 846 940 958 1057 838 884 673 488 1018 480 680 497 594 330 406 523 13182 Question 3 (Medicinal Marijuana) Blanks 82 107 80 97 94 115 100 112 71 50 103 51 73 63 73 64 107 50 1492 Yes 1476 1425 1134 1468 1335 1253 1155 1188 830 664 1427 643 918 555 555 314 286 536 17162 No 778 749 628 665 676 787 600 600 495 357 770 342 456 326 388 208 258 326 9409 State Election Official Results - November 6, 2012 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 TOTAL Question 4 (Non - Binding Question) 395 296 427 389 437 340 180 3844 Blanks 387 243 165 408 177 Yes 1389 1418 1195 1291 1291 1287 1129' 875 720 1374 666 644 13279 No 560 468 351 512 425 431 386' 278 186 518 190 195 4500 Total Turnout 2336 2281 1842 2230 2105 2155 1855 1900 1396 1071 2300 1036 1447 944 1016 586 651 912 28063 Total Registered 2861 2735 2331 2677 2642 2616 2373 2444 1922 1661 2818 1419 1959 1487 1573 901 1125 1413 36957 Percentage 82% 83% 79% 83% 80% 82% 78% 78% 73% 64% 82% 73% 74% 63% 65% 65% 58% 65% 76% A True Copy Attest Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk Winners are indicated in bold italics Town of Framingham I. Introduction & Overview Petrini & Associates, P.C. ( "P &A ") is pleased to provide the 2012 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 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 Town's Policy on Access to Town Counsel. In our capacity as Town Counsel, we also 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 A. OFFICE OF TOWN COUNSEL CASES 2012 Annual Town Report 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. 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 2012, 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 2012. II. 2012 Report on 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 2012. I have included the case name, type of case, and a brief description of the case with the 2012 activities 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, and Part B summarizes cases handled by special counsel or insurance counsel. MATTER TYPE 2012/2013 STATUS/DISPOSITION Boston Properties Contract This case concerns a suit by Boston Properties to recover Limited Partnership $175,000 in funds from a failed development near Mass Pike Exit v. Framingham 12. Under a 1999 development covenant executed by Boston Properties, it agreed to provide $350,000 to the Town provided that certain contingencies occurred, namely the issuance of certain General Government 17 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 18 permits for the development. The development failed and Boston Properties is now seeking this money back, claiming the contingencies never occurred. The dispute centers on whether the contingencies occurred or did not occur. The Town's position is that the contingencies occurred based on certain site preparation and demolition that occurred on the property (which required a building permit), as well as the moving of the historic Rugg -Gates House. Both parties have filed cross - motions for summary judgment, and are awaiting a decision by the Court. Corrado v. Town of Wetlands This case involves a certiorari appeal under G.L. c. 249, § 4 by the Framingham plaintiff, Thomas Corrado, of the Conservation Commission's issuance of a determination of applicability (the "Determination of Applicability ") in which it found that the Property contains wetlands subject to the Bylaw and the Wetlands Protection Act. The Determination further required that Mr. Corrado provide a full and accurate wetland delineation plan, bring the Property into compliance with pertinent wetlands laws and regulations, secure proper review, approval and permitting to conduct future activities at the Property, and comply with an enforcement order that the Commission issued on November 19, 2008 determining that the plaintiff undertook unpermitted filling, tree cutting and grading activity on the Property in an Area Subject to Protection in violation of the Bylaw. The Commission filed a counterclaim seeking an injunction requiring the plaintiff s compliance with the enforcement order. On November 10, 2010, the parties filed a stipulation of dismissal whereby the plaintiff withdrew his appeal with prejudice, thereby affirming the terms of the Determination of Applicability. Subsequently, on January 19, 2011, the Commission issued a further enforcement order that superseded the first to address new and presently existing violations at the Property. In August of 2011, the Commission filed an amended counterclaim to request an order requiring Mr. Corrado's compliance with the Second Enforcement Order. The Commission filed a motion for summary judgment as to its counterclaim in 2012. On December 31, 2012, the Superior Court issued judgment in favor of the Commission as to its counterclaim. The Board of Selectmen recently approved the filing of a contempt action to compel Mr. Corrado's compliance with the Judgment and January 19, 2011 enforcement order. Croft v. Planning Land Use This case involves an appeal challenging the Planning Board's Board 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 Planning Board filed an answer in August, 2012. The Planning Board intends to conduct discovery in 2013. General Government 18 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report CSE Framingham Wetlands This case involves a challenge by CSE, the current developer of LLC v. Town of the Danforth PUD (successor to Pulte Homes and before Pulte, Framingham National Development of New England), of the Conservation Commission's January 6, 2010 vote denying CSE's application to perform certain work in the wetlands area in connection with its proposed development project located at Riverpath Drive. In its denial order, the Commission found that CSE had failed to provide minimum fundamental information and materials necessary to enable the Commission to approve an order of conditions. CSE filed a motion for judgment on the pleadings, which the Town opposed. In December of 2011, the Superior Court issued an order and written decision denying CSE's motion and dismissed the case. After initially appealing the Court's ruling to the Appeals Court, CSE withdrew its appeal the Court issued a notice of final dismissal on May 30, 2012. This matter is now closed. Dangelo v. Town of Civil Service/ This case involves an appeal by Christopher Dangelo challenging Framingham the Framingham Fire Department's request to HRD seeking to Bypass Appeal bypass Mr. Dangelo for an open firefighter position and requesting the removal of his name from the community's current eligible list under the provisions of Personnel Administration Rule .09. After the Town submitted its pre- hearing conference memorandum, the parties reached a resolution and filed a stipulation of dismissal with prejudice, with each party to bear their own costs. Mr. Dangelo granted the Town a full release of claims as part of the settlement. This matter is now closed DPW Local 1116 v. Labor This case concerned the January 2011 termination of Robert Fish, Framingham (Robert who was the Recycling Center Supervisor and a member of DPW Fish Grievance Local 1116. The Union filed a grievance on Mr. Fish's behalf Arbitration) alleging that the Town terminated Mr. Fish without just cause. The Union petitioned for the matter to be resolved by arbitration through the Division of Labor Relations, a state agency that is authorized to arbitrate public employee labor disputes. In July of 2012, after the Union had attempted for several months to contact Mr. Fish without success, the Union proposed dismissing the arbitration. Thereafter the parties filed a j oint stipulation of dismissal. This matter is now closed. DPW Local 1116 v. Labor This case involved a Petition for Certification filed in April of Framingham 2012 requesting the accretion of certain non - bargaining unit (Certification positions to the Public Employee Local Union 1116. In August, Petition) 2012 the Town and the Union entered into a side letter of agreement in which they agreed to revise Article III (Recognition) of the Local 1116 Collective Bargaining Agreement to incorporate the accretion of certain positions in negotiations for the next successor agreement between the parties. Upon the parties' entry of such side letter of agreement the Union withdrew with prejudice its Petition for Certification. This matter is now closed. General Government 19 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Framingham Police Labor This case involves a petition filed in August, 2010 by the Officers Union v. Framingham Police Officers union to ask the JLMC to exercise Town of Framingham jurisdiction over the parties' negotiation for a new collective (JLMC) bargaining agreement. Three mediation sessions before JLMC Mediator Brian Harrington did not yield a settlement and the parties participated in a formal fact finding arbitration before the JLMC on February 16, 2012. On June 7, 2012, the JLMC issued the Arbitration Panel's Award awarding a 3 year agreement (sought by both the Town and the Union) that provided various concessions to the parties with respect to wages, sick leave, civilianization and Clothes and Cleaning Allowances. The Panel's decision was subject to approval by Town Meeting of a funding request to cover the cost items in the Award. Accordingly, at a Special Town Meeting commenced on October 16, 2012, Framingham Town Meeting voted to approve the award. Following such approval the Town and FPOU commenced currently pending bargaining for the next successor agreement, potentially covering FY12 to FY14 Framingham Police Labor The Framingham Police Officers Union (FPOU) filed this unfair Officers Union v. labor practice charge with the Massachusetts Labor Relations Town of Framingham Commission, now the Division of Labor Resources (DLR), (24 -day work period following the Town's issuance of correspondence to the FPOU in ULP) April of 2007 reaffirming the existence of the Town's 24 day work period pursuant to 29 USC 207(k) of the Fair Labor Standards Act. The FPOU's charge alleged that the Town's correspondence regarding the existence of the 24 day work period was a change in working conditions that required bargaining. Following the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit's order affirming summary judgment in the Town's favor in Calvao, et al. v. Town of Framingham the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts entered a Consent Judgment confirming the validity of the Town's 24 day work period for Framingham patrol officers under 29 U.S.C. § 207(k). Notwithstanding the Consent Judgment and the First Circuit decision that legally affirmed that the 24 day work period was effectively established in 1986, the Commonwealth Employment Relations Board (CERB) issued a Complaint of Prohibited Practice in 2008 alleging that the Town improperly failed to bargain under state law in connection with the Town's implementation of its 24 day work period 22 years earlier. The DLR held a pre- hearing conference in this matter on July 24, 2012. Following this conference the DLR requested that the parties file memoranda explaining what the remedy could be (if any) in this case in view of the Consent Judgment. The parties filed responsive memoranda and other related submissions in August of 2012. The DLR has scheduled a hearing in this matter for October, 2013. General Government 20 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Gagne v. Framingham Discrimination This case concerned a Charge of Discrimination filed against the Town by a former employee with the MCAD. Position statements were filed by the parties and a request for withdrawal was filed by Gagne's counsel shortly before the investigative conference. MCAD subsequently dismissed the matter with prejudice. This matter is now closed unless counsel for the complainant seeks to reopen it. Guzman v. Town of Labor This is an action by on behalf of Officer Edwin Guzman, a patrol Framingham officer in the Framingham Police Department, alleging that the Town failed to pay Officer Guzman so- called Quinn Bill benefits under G.L. c. 41 § 108L. The dispute concerns whether Officer Guzman was a "regular full -time member" of a police department prior to July 1, 2009, which is the statutory cutoff date for Quinn Bill benefits eligibility under Section 49, Chapter 120 of the Acts of 2009, an act by the Legislature that effectively ended Quinn Bill benefits for newly hired police officers going forward after July 1, 2009. Although there is no dispute that Framingham hired him subsequent to July 1, 2009, Officer Guzman alleges that he gained "regular full- time" status in connection with his hiring by the Worcester Police Department and his training at the Worcester Police Academy, notwithstanding that he was never sworn -in as an Officer of the Worcester Police Department. On July 16, 2012, the Town filed a motion to dismiss the complaint. In its motion the Town argued that Officer Guzman's declaratory judgment action against the Town is precluded as a matter of law because Officer Guzman failed to pursue arbitration of his claim regarding Quinn Bill benefits as required under the collective bargaining agreement between the Town and Guzman's union, the Framingham Police Officers' Union. The Town further argued that the complaint must be dismissed as improper under Mass. R. Civ. P. Rule 19 and G.L. c. 231A, § 8 on the grounds that Officer Guzman failed to join two indispensable parties to this action, namely the City of Worcester and the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education. The Court held a hearing on the Town's motion on October 10, 2012. The parties expect the Court to issue a decision on the motion in 2013. Hotyckey v. Chief Firearms This case involved the Framingham Police Department's denial of Steven Carl, Licensing Scott Hotyckey's application for a renewal of his License to Carry Framingham Police Firearms ( "LTC "). The FPD notified Hotyckey that his LTC Department renewal application was denied on May 30, 2012. Mr. Hotyckey sought judicial review in the Framingham District Court pursuant to G.L. c. 140 § 131(f). After the District Court dismissed his petition, Mr. Hotyckey appealed the ruling to the Superior Court. On October 31, 2012, the District Court issued an order dismissing the case without prejudice at the request of the plaintiff upon the General Government 21 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 22 Town's representations that Mr. Hotyckey may receive a firearms identification card from the Town and that the Chief of Police will consider, in good faith, any application for a license to carry a firearm filed by Mr. Hotyckey after April 31, 2014. This matter is now closed. Levasseur v. Town of Wetlands This case arises out of the Conservation Commission's attempt to Framingham enforce wetlands violations at property owned by plaintiffs Roger Conservation and Dawn Levasseur at 49 Gates Street (the "Property "). The Commission plaintiffs purchased the Property on or about December 12, 2008 from Leonidas and Elaine Exarchos. The Levasseurs have alleged that the violations were committed by the Exharchoses or other prior owner(s) of the property. The Commission voted to issue an enforcement order on December 17, 2008, and issued a subsequent enforcement order (the "Enforcement Order ") on January 7, 2009. In 2012, the parties negotiated a settlement that requires certain wetlands remediation and fully disposes of the case. On February 7, 2013, after the parties had fully executed the settlement agreement, they jointly filed a joint stipulation of dismissal. This matter is now closed. Ortiz v. Town of Civil Service/ This case involves an appeal by Tristen Ortiz challenging the Framingham Bypass Appeal Framingham Fire Department's request to HRD seeking to bypass Ortiz for an open firefighter position and requesting the removal of his name from the community's current eligible list under the provisions of Personnel Administration Rule .09. A hearing officer from the Division of Administrative Law Appeals held a hearing in this matter on January 9, 2013, and is expected to issue a recommended ruling for vote by the Civil Service Commission in the coming months. Paulini Loam, LLC v. Zoning This is the first of three Paulini lawsuits, and it is has been stayed Town of Framingham by the court pending the outcome of the third lawsuit, which will ZBA Land Court be described below. In December of 2005, the Zoning Board of Misc. Case No. Appeals denied Paulini Loam's application for a special permit to 318083 KCL construct a concrete batching plant at the Property. At the time of the initial application, the property was zoned General Manufacturing. Paulini claimed that the concrete batching plant was allowed under Section III.G.l.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 General Government 22 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 23 depositions, in this case, but it has been stayed by the Court for several years. Paulini Loam LLC v. Zoning This is the second of three Paulini lawsuits and has also been Zoning Board of stayed by the Land Court. In December of 2005, a Special Town Appeals of the Town Meeting approved two amendments to the Zoning By -law, one of of Framingham, et al, which changed the zoning designation of the area to Office Land Court Misc. Professional, such that the proposed use became prohibited and Case No. 325212 could not be authorized even through a special permit. The second KCL 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 Paulini Loam LLC v. Zoning This case represents the most recent appeal filed by Paulini Loam, Board of Appeals, LLC, appealing the Zoning Board's 2009 decision to uphold the Land Court Misc. Building Commissioner's denial of a building permit for the Case No. 09 MISC proposed concrete manufacturing plant. Paulini's complaint 401214 KCL 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. On July 19, 2012, the Court issued an order denying the Town's motion on the basis of the Court's determination that there are "genuine issues of material fact that preclude the granting of summary judgment," including with respect to "whether the plant — as located, designed, and mitigated — will be offensive because of injurious or obnoxious noise, vibration, dust, or truck traffic." The Court interpreted the Town Zoning Bylaw to provide that "manufacturing in this [zoning] District may proceed as of right so long as its processes do not cause offensive, injurious or obnoxious levels of noise, vibration, dust or `other objectionable features. "' Following the Court's issuance of this order the parties have General Government 23 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 24 exchanged discovery requested and attempted to mediate this matter with REBA Dispute Resolution, Inc. on December 3, 2012. The parties failed to reach a resolution during the mediation, however, and recently moved jointly to extend the Court's discovery schedule. Currently the Court's schedule requires the parties to complete all discovery, including expert depositions, by May 3, 2013. The Court has scheduled a telephone conference call status for April 8, 2013. Revoli Construction Construction This is a case filed by Revoli Construction Co., Inc. against the Co., Inc. v. Town of Town on February 25, 2011. Revoli seeks claims against the Framingham Town totaling approximately $300,000 for additional compensation that Revoli alleges is owed by the Town in connection with Revoli's work on a sewer line replacement project on and near Water Street. The Town denies liability and has filed a counterclaim against Revoli for sums expended by the Town in securing Revoli's correction of its defective installation of a large segment of sewer pipe. In 2012 the parties exchanged conducted discovery and conducted motion practice to determine which of the Town's documents were subject to protection as privileged. After Revoli's recent deposition of a Town employee the parties agreed to pursue mediation. On February 5, 2013, the Court issued an order extending the discovery deadline and all subsequent tracking deadlines by 90 days to allow the parties to pursue mediation. The parties currently have scheduled the mediation for March 12, 2013. SB General Construction These two related cases are between the Town and SB General Contracting v. Town Contracting, Inc. ( "SB "), the general contractor for the New York of Framingham I 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 SB General California Avenue, and generally involved replacing existing Contracting v. Town sewer force mains with new larger diameter force mains. In of Framingham 11 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 alleges $341,021 in damages plus interest, which the Town disputes. The parties have engaged in written discovery and the Town filed a motion for partial summary judgment seeking to dismiss a large number of SB's claims. The parties tried 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 a private property owner and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts alleging that asbestos - contaminated soils from the Project site were improperly disposed in a residential area in Milford, MA during the summer of 2010, with estimated clean -up costs in excess of $900,000. The General Government 24 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 25 property owner also claims unspecified property damages and other damages. The Commonwealth has threatened to seek civil fines against the Town for various statutory violations pertaining to the improper soil disposal. SB contends that there was an enforceable settlement of the contract claims from its March 2011 suit which also bar the Town's claims against SB pertaining to the alleged asbestos disposal, and filed a motion to try to enforce the settlement. On November 28, 2012, the Court issued orders denying SB's motion to enforce settlement and the Town's motion for partial summary judgment. The Town filed suit against SB in July 2012 in Middlesex Superior Court for various claims pertaining to the asbestos disposal issue. The Town recently filed a motion for partial summary judgment against SB seeking a declaration from the Court that SB must defend the Town against the claims by the property owner and the Commonwealth. SB has asserted counterclaims against the Town, which the Town has moved to dismiss. The Court has scheduled a hearing on these motions in April 2013. The Town and SB, along with other potentially responsible parties, are currently involved in pre -suit negotiations under G.L. c. 21E, § 4A related to the Milford site. A mediation to try to resolve how to allocate responsibility for the site clean -up is expected to occur later this year. Spagnuolo v. Wetlands This case involves a certiorari appeal under G.L. c. 249, § 4 by the Framingham plaintiff, Gerard Spagnuolo, of the Conservation Commission's Conservation issuance of an enforcement order on December 2, 2009, as Commission amended by the Commission in January of 2010. The (Land Court Misc. 10 Commission found that the plaintiff had conducted various MISC 424760) unpermitted activities on property located at 545 Edgell Road within a wetlands resource area and /or buffer zone in violation of the Wetlands Protection Bylaw and the Wetlands Protection Act. The unpermitted activities that the Commission found to have been undertaken include, among other things, significant cutting, filling, and grading above and within a steep embankment (resulting in a deposit of boulders and debris in the wetlands), stockpiling of fill and sediment surrounding several mature trees, and failure to install erosion controls. On January 5, 2012 the Land Court entered an order transferring this case to the Superior Court in accordance with Land Court precedent holding that the Land Court lacks jurisdiction over wetlands disputes of this nature. At a status conference held on January 14, 2013, the Superior Court ruled that it will address both General Government 25 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 26 this action and the below related action in a single motion for judgment on the pleadings proceeding. The Court directed Mr. Spagnuolo to file his motion for judgment on the pleadings no later than February 28, 2013. Spagnuolo v. Wetlands This case is related to the above action between Mr. Spagnuolo Framingham and the Conservation Commission. On July 7, 2011, Mr. Conservation Spagnuolo filed a certiorari appeal of a further enforcement order Commission issued by the Commission on or about June 22, 2011, which the (Land Court Misc. 11 Commission issued upon the discovery of new wetlands MISC 450184) violations. The Commission removed the case to Federal Court in view of numerous allegations in Mr. Spagnuolo's complaint alleging violations of Federal statutes. The Federal Court remanded the case back to the Land Court on October 6, 2011, on the basis of its determination that Mr. Spagnuolo's allegations constituted defenses rather than affirmative federal claims. On January 5, 2012 the Land Court entered an order transferring this case to the Superior Court on the Town's motion because the Land Court lacks jurisdiction over wetlands disputes of this nature. At a status conference held on January 14, 2013, the Superior Court ruled that it will address both this action and the above related action in a single motion for judgment on the pleadings proceeding. The Court directed Mr. Spagnuolo to file his motion for judgment on the pleadings no later than February 28, 2013. Talmo v. Zoning Zoning/Land This case involves a request by Robert Talmo, owner of the Board of Appeals Use 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. The Board has served discovery requests and responses upon the plaintiff. On February 10, 2012 the plaintiff filed a motion for summary judgment. The Town filed its opposition papers in March 12, 2012. The parties are awaiting the Court's scheduling of a hearing on the motion. Town of Framingham Probate/Equity This case involves a request by the Town Board of Library v. Attorney General Trustees to obtain the Court's permission to remove restrictions on (Moses Edgell the Library's use of donated money currently held in two funds, Complaint for namely the Moses Edgell Fund and the Library Extension Trust. Deviation) The Library wishes to access these funds but cannot do so without Court permission because the funds were donated for the specific purpose of maintaining a former Library building that no longer is in use by the Library. The Attorney General's Office is named as a necessary party and has endorsed the Complaint in full support of the Town's request. The Town has filed a motion for entry of judgment on its request and anticipates that the Court will schedule a hearing on the motion in the spring of 2013. General Government 26 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Town of Framingham Board of The Town filed this action in the Framingham District Court on v. Baer Family Realty Health/Sanitary January 24, 2013, seeking an emergency injunction to require the Trust Code property owner to repair a furnace and restore heat to a unit at 22 Nipmuc Terrace. The Town brought the injunction action after receiving a complaint and conducting an investigation that the temperature within the unit in question fell far below minimum thresholds required under the State Sanitary Code. The Court issued injunction orders on January 24 and 25, 2013, requiring the owner to make the needed repairs and restore adequate heat to the unit immediately. The Town has confirmed that the repairs were made and that heat was restored as required under the Court's orders. This matter is now closed. Verizon New Tort/ This case was filed by Verizon New England Inc. ( "Verizon ") in England Inc. v. May of 2011 against Defelice Corp. ( "Defelice ") and the Town Defelice Corp. and Construction seeking damages of $48,000 for damage caused by Defelice to a the Town of Verizon cable in 2009 while performing work on a Town project Framingham on Water Street. Defelice agreed to defend and indemnify the Town, and its counsel, Patrick McCormack, is representing the Town in this case. Currently the parties are engaged in discovery. VHS Acquisition No. Zoning This case involved the MetroWest Medical Center's appeal of the 9 v. Planning Board Planning Board's site plan approval of a site plan for a proposed 24,000- square -foot outpatient surgical center proposed by Newton- Wellesley Hospital at the former Comp USA facility at 500 Cochituate Road in Framingham. Newton- Wellesley withdrew its plans for the facility and the appeal of the Planning Board Decision is now dormant awaiting the filing of a stipulation of dismissal by the plaintiff. 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 Charton v. Town of Employment This case was filed by the Town's former Director of Framingham Human Resources in Middlesex Superior Court in August, 2009 against the Town and the former Town Manager, alleging constitutional, contract, defamation, emotional distress and state whistleblower claims in connection with the Town's termination of the plaintiff's employment in the spring of 2009. The Town's liability insurer, Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA), has retained insurance counsel to represent the Town and the former Town Manager, Julian Suso. Certain of Mr. Charton's claims were dismissed by summary judgment in March, 2011. In May, 2012 Ms. Charton filed a stipulation of dismissal as to all remaining claims against the Town, General Government 27 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report General Government 28 and thus the Town is no longer a defendant in this case. Ms. Charton filed related claims with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Since commencing this MCAD proceeding, however, Ms. Charton has dismissed the Town from this proceeding, and therefore Mr. Suso remains the only defendant in this matter. Because MIIA has agreed to provide insurance coverage for Ms. Charton's MCAD claims with no reservation of rights except as to intentional acts, punitive damages or a lost wages award in excess of $50,000, financial exposure to the Town exists only to the extent that MCAD issues punitive damages, finds that Mr. Suso's acts constitute intentional discrimination and /or awards Ms. Charton lost wages for more than $50,000. MCAD commenced a hearing in this matter on December 3, 2012, and is expected to issue a decision in the coming months. Carney v. Town of Civil Rights In this case Mr. Carney alleged a variety of federal claims and Framingham civil rights violations against the Town in connection with its enforcement of wetlands violations at property located at and near 32 Parker Road. The Town filed a motion to dismiss Mr. Carney's amended complaint on January 20, 2012. On April 30, 2012, the Court issued an order allowing the Town's motion to dismiss. After initially appealing the Court's order, Mr. Carney promptly withdrew his appeal. This matter is now closed. Otero v. Town of Discrimination This case concerns a Charge of Discrimination filed against the Framingham Town and its Department of Public Works. MIIA has retained the firm of Brody, Hardoon, Perkins and Kesten to represent the Town in this matter. Following the parties' completion of discovery in 2012, the Town filed a summary judgment that remains under advisement. Tang v. Town of Constitutional This matter involved numerous federal and state court actions Framingham Law against the Town by a state prison inmate alleging, among other things, unlawful arrest, conspiracy and assault and battery. The Federal District Court of Massachusetts dismissed the case with prejudice in September, 2008. The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit issued an Order on April 23, 2009 directing the Clerk of Court not to accept any further filings by Mr. Tang in this matter. Mr. Tang subsequently filed several other lawsuits against the Town in Superior Court, which filings ultimately resulted in the Superior Court's issuance of a similar order barring further state court filings absent preliminary state approval. Mr. Tang appealed all or virtually all such dismissals to the Massachusetts Appeals Court. In 2012 the Appeals Court issued orders affirming the dismissals of each of the pending civil actions filed by Mr. Tang against Framingham. Although Mr. Tang filed General Government 28 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report III. Bud2etary Overview As in past years, I would like to conclude this report with a brief discussion of budgeting and legal expenses. In 2012 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 2012 appropriation of $675,000. Below is a chart summarizing the revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses achieved in FY 2012 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 2012 Revenue, Mitigation and Avoided Expenses Matter: Description: Payments Received I Payments received in FY2012 for sewage transport under the General Government 29 a "Notice of Appeal to the next level of Appeals Court" in one of the cases, the Appeals Court struck this filing from the docket as improperly filed. Mr. Tang has not, to the knowledge of the Town's lawyers in this case, Pierce, Davis & Perritano, LLP, filed any further motion or appeal in any of these cases. Accordingly, these matters are now closed. Stamps v. Town of Civil Rights This case arises from the accidental shooting of Eurie Stamps on Framingham, et al. 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. MIIA has retained the firm of Brody, Hardoon, Perkins and Kesten to represent the Town in this matter. After the parties filed initial discovery disclosures under Local Rules of the Federal Court, the Court held a scheduling conference on January 24, 2013. Following this conference the Court issued orders limiting the number of depositions to be taken, establishing deadlines for the parties' amendment of pleadings and conduct of discovery (discovery must be completed by September 30, 2013), and scheduling further case status conferences. III. Bud2etary Overview As in past years, I would like to conclude this report with a brief discussion of budgeting and legal expenses. In 2012 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 2012 appropriation of $675,000. Below is a chart summarizing the revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses achieved in FY 2012 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 2012 Revenue, Mitigation and Avoided Expenses Matter: Description: Payments Received I Payments received in FY2012 for sewage transport under the General Government 29 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report from Ashland for February 13, 2004 Decision issued by the Department of sewage transport and Telecommunications and Energy, and pursuant to the January 1, 2007 litigation settlement IMA between Ashland and Framingham. This represents more than a in FY 2012 100 -fold increase over what Framingham received from 1964 -2003 $ 635,854.27 under the 1963 Intermunicipal Agreement with Ashland ($5500 per (Revenue) year). Through 2012 the Town has received nearly $7 million dollars in payments from Ashland ($6,883,994.75) under the successful 2004 Decision and the 2007 IMA that resulted. Pelham Apartments By virtue of a prior year's favorable summary judgment ruling and Framingham achieved in the Pelham litigation, the Town was able to cease trash Housing Authority collection at the 550 units at the Pelham Apartments, which results in Trash Collection avoided expenses estimated at more than $100,000 per year. By $300,000 virtue of the Pelham ruling, the Town also was able to cease trash (Avoided Expense) 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 As a result of the United States Court of Appeals for the First of Framingham Circuit's March 17, 2010 decision affirming the District Court's $150,000 decision allowing the Town's Motion for Summary Judgment with (Avoided Expense) 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. TOTAL FY 2012 1 $1,085,854.27 While we certainly cannot promise that the revenue, mitigation and avoided expenses achieved in FY 2012 by the Office of Town Counsel 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 of Framingham. 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 General Government 30 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Human Resources Memorial Building; Rm B7 1 508- 532 -5490 1 human .resources @framinghamma.gov The Human Resources Division consists of the Department of Human Resources and the Department of Veterans' Services. Stephen S Rollins is the Director of the Division of Human Resources. Human Resources The department of Human Resources has several responsibilities. We oversee the recruitment process for all Town positions and conduct orientations for new Town and School employees. In addition, we maintain the Town's classification and pay plan; draft, revise and interpret the Town's personnel policies and procedures; play a key role in the negotiating and interpreting all collective bargaining agreements; foster harmonious and productive labor and employee relations; perform cost and staff analyses; assist in staff development and training; and oversee employee recognition programs. Additionally our Department administers the Town's, benefits and workers' compensation and unemployment insurance programs. Judith Caron is our Human Resource Generalist /Analyst. She manages the employment and recruitment process, including advertising, reviewing employment applications, and interviewing candidates. She also is responsible for processing payment of department bills and assists with providing coverage with customer service. Robin Tusino the newest addition to our department is our Benefits Administrator. She administers health, dental and life insurance programs for the Town, the Schools, and our retirees. Claudia Araujo manages our extensive Worker's Compensation program for employees of the Town and School department. Brant Johnson is our Administrative Assistant. He provides administrative support to the Director and the department. He manages monthly departmental vendor meetings and HR sponsored events such as our Employee Recognition and Health and Wellness Fair. Personnel Board The Personnel Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Town Manager and Human Resources Director, who has jurisdiction over personnel functions. This 5 member Board is appointed by the Town Moderator. Board members must be Framingham residents, serve for 3 year terms and may not hold other Town offices. Recruitment 2012 continued to be an active year for recruitment. We have improved our outreach and focused on matching the right jobs with the right candidates at the appropriate market wages. Our department worked hard to fill several key positions such as Town Manager, Director of Human Resources, Director of Council on Aging, and all departmental hires. This extensive recruitment highlights the need to make retaining good employees a priority. Respectfully submitted, David R. Williams HR Director, Assistant Town Manager & CPO General Government 31 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Technology Services Memorial Building, Rm B25 ,'I 508 -532 -5829 I technology .services @framinghamma.gov Staff: Carly Premo Melo Alan D. Holt Nancy H. Lomas Susan Joyce Roy James V. Schiavone Charles J. Duross FY12 Operating Budget: Director Manger, Database Services Technical Services Coordinator, Administration & Finance Manager, User Services Manager, Network Services Public Safety Systems Administrator $1,322,519 2012 was another challenging but productive year. Normally a staff of 8, staffing ranged between 6 and 7 full time employees over the course of the year. Carly Melo was appointed Director of Technology Services in June 2012 by the new Town Manager, Robert Halpin. Despite our reduced resources, we strived to continue to deliver the highest level of service by utilizing and implementing the most current technology available while being fiscally responsible. The Technology Services division is organized into 7 service areas. Application Services Application Services is responsible for the ongoing support of the Town's financial management systems for both School and Town supporting over 300 users. For the majority of the year this position was vacant and support was provided by the Director. The Munis- mandated migration of the financial system from the Linux /Unix environment to a Windows /SQL platform was completed in September 2012. The new version of Munis also offers new user features including a web - based, customizable user interface. The new system installation was intense and time consuming as all user and financial data had to be converted and tested to ensure a smooth transition. Database Services Alan D. Holt, Manager Database Services is responsible for the programming and development of town - wide databases and applications of a corporate nature. Permits and Licenses • Devices and software applications were configured for field access to inspection and permit data for Public Works, Building, Code Enforcement, Conservation, and Planning inspectors, exceeding the scope of the original Field Inspection capital project. • Special Plan Review and Special Permit were implemented in the Accela permitting system for the Planning Board, including central storage of electronic documents and plans associated with the applications. • Collaboration and sharing agreement was established with the communities of Barnstable County to exchange development and implementation efforts with each town's Accela permitting system; Framingham has contributed permit designs and an interface to the Laserfiche Electronic Document Management System. Barnstable has contributed an interface to the Munis financial system. General Government 32 Town of Framingham • An interface to the State licensing authorities was created to allow direct validation of professional licenses during the permit application process. • An interface was created to link the public hearings schedule for permits and reviews to Microsoft Outlook calendars and email. • Over 10,000 new permits were issued in 2012 along with over 6,000 renewals of annual permits and certificates. Other Projects and Activities • Migrated applications and services from our financial Content Management System, financial web interface system, Town intranet system, and Town website server to virtual server equivalents. Virtualization continues to drive down operating and maintenance cost while improving our disaster recovery capabilities. • Backup and disaster recovery methods implemented for 8 new servers to ensure data protection and rapid system recovery. • Participated in the applicant reviews and interviews for hiring the new Public Safety Analyst, Technology Services Directory, and Munis Applications Manager. • Performed the duties of the interim Public Safety Analyst during the 4 month vacancy in the position. Public Safety Charles J. Duross Public Safety Systems Administrator Public Safety is responsible for supporting key information technology applications and related technologies utilized by the Police and Fire Departments; ensuring that critical public safety systems function efficiently and effectively on a 24/7 basis. Charles J. Duross was hired as the new 2012 Annual Town Report Public Safety Systems Administrator in 2012. Charles comes with a background in EMS and public safety systems support. Officer Ed Burman's support while this position was vacant was exceptional. Additionally, Ed's knowledge and experience have been instrumental in the training of and transition to the new Systems Administrator. 2012 Accomplishments • Fire Department apparatus laptops were upgraded to Windows 7 using the Dell Kace 2000 appliance. Additionally, the map deployed to the laptops was enhanced with the locations of the town's fire hydrants. • Police Mobile, an application developed with the town's computer aided dispatch and records management vendor, was deployed to the cruisers. The application provides for improved functionality including: report writing in the field, messaging, and access to state and federal law enforcement data. Cost savings were also realized with the replacement of the previous mobile data terminal solution. • Evidence tracking at the Police Department was enhanced by modifying the existing system to flag items not removed from temporary storage in a timely manner. • Keystone, the computer aided dispatch and records management software was upgraded on the Police and Fire Departments' redundant servers. Network Services James V. Schiavone, Manager Network Services plans, configures and maintains all Town of Framingham network hardware along with the institutional network that connects all General Government 33 Town of Framingham town buildings. Key accomplishments this year included: • A Street Sewer Station: worked with Public Works and their contractor to add the station to the Town's fiber network; also created a redundant server room at the Station to enhance Disaster Recovery (DR); the transition from the current DR site to this new one will be completed in 2013. • Mobile EOC (Emergency Operations Center): Worked with the Police Department to determine the technology needs of the mobile EOC including hardware requirements and wireless access. • Building Access: Coordinated with Building Services and Public Works to consolidate five locations on a shared, networked system to provide centralized building access control. • Energy Management: Worked with the energy management vendor to get many buildings' HVAC controls on the network to allow for remote monitoring and control. • Cisco USC (Unified Computing System): Installed two new Cisco UCS servers to replace outdated HP servers to enable a more secure Virtual environment; also upgraded VMware virtual environment software to the latest stable version. • Upgrade Active Directory: Utilized a rebuilt existing server to move the Microsoft domain to server 2008R2; installed Active Directory and DNS to enable better use of Group Policy and enforcement of security policies. • Symantec Backup appliance: Installed a new backup appliance that allows for backing up both physical and virtual servers to a duplicated storage volume to aid in disaster recovery. Email Statistics: Inbound Total 1,646,189 2012 Annual Town Report Blocked 750,856 Allowed 895,333 Outbound Total 312,111 Blocked 1,156 Sent 310,955 Network Statistics: • IP Cameras - 72; 26 new in 2012 • Town Owned Buildings connected with RCN supplied Fiber — 41 • 2 new in 2012: A Street Sewer and Jonathan Maynard • Servers and appliances - 81 • Virtual: 25; 5 new in 2012, 6 more in pre - production • Up Time: • Critical servers requiring 24X7 up time 99.999 %; only unavailable times due to planned loading of patches or software. • Non - Critical servers 99.999 %; only unavailable times due to loading of patches or software, with the exception of 2 servers that suffered catastrophic failures requiring extended downtimes while hardware support was dispatched. • RCN Fiber - Overall availability 99.885 %; other than one prolonged outage on Walnut Street caused by a tree fire that affected 5 locations for 10 hours, the fiber was available 100% or the time. Other outages not due to fiber issues included two locations that lasted 3 to 4 hours caused by power problems and issues with backup generators that have since been repaired. User Services Susan Joyce Roy, Manager 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, General Government 34 Town of Framingham 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 and committees. In 2012, User Services supported 362 PCs and 163 laptops with 549 users, including 54 new users. The Technology Services Help Desk answered 1123 Help Desk calls, of which over half were resolved on the same day. In addition, 178 PCs were configured and installed; of those PCs, 84 were new PCs and 26 were new laptops /ToughBooks. In 2012 a new HelpDesk ticketing system and a deployment tool were implemented. These Dell KACE appliances have streamlined support requests, new PC rollouts and patch management. Also in 2012, additional significant progress was made and we are now nearing completion of the hardware/ equipment upgrades, the OS upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 and the upgrade from Office 2003/2007 to Office 2010. Voice and Web Services Nancy Lomas, Acting Manager This position is responsible for preparation of the department's program - based budget, overall operations management, policies and procedures, town -wide technology acquisitions; maintains the streaming video archive, and provides backup coverage to our helpdesk. The Town implemented a new The Facilities Management Department, formerly known as Building Services, is primarily responsible for overseeing and performing maintenance operations at 2012 Annual Town Report Help Desk and asset management system in 2012. An audit was performed on over 1400 technology asset records as they were migrated to the new system. In addition to coordinating Administration and Finance, the Technical Services Coordinator assumed responsibility for Voice and Web support in 2012. The Town's website is a critical tool for information dissemination, widely used by residents, businesses, and visitors. The web server was virtualized in 2012 for additional redundancy and disaster recovery and to allow the Content Management software to be upgraded to the current version. Information available on the website includes Town Meeting warrants and background material, news announcements, permits and property records, job opportunities, bids, staff directories, meeting agendas and minutes and much more. I also extend a special thank you to the Town departments that contribute to the continued success and expansion of the Town's website. In closing, the accomplishments documented in this annual report could not have been achieved without the commitment of every member of our small but talented, motivated and innovative Technology Services staff. Once again, I thank each of them for another year of hard work and proud accomplishments. Respectfully submitted, Carly P. Melo, Director multiple public facilities owned by the Town of Framingham. The department's main office is located in the Memorial Building and is comprised of more than General Government 35 Town of Framingham eight full -time employees, with an operating budget of 1.6 million. Over the past fiscal year, our department has reevaluated its mission and goals to identify target objectives aimed to better serve the Town. Nevins Hall has been the focus of much attention. Working in collaboration with the Capital Projects Manager and Parks and Recreation, we have revitalized this historic venue for all patrons to enjoy. The main wood floors inside the Hall have been sanded and refinished to present a beautiful appearance, with plans in the works to complete the balcony as soon as possible. Most of the Hall has a fresh coat of paint and a brand new sound system is scheduled to be installed in February 2013. We hope to invest more resources into this beautiful piece of history to make it a desirable venue location for many years to come. We have also incorporated today's modern technology into our maintenance operations by installing a computer -based work order system, thanks to the Technology Services Department. Using this software, we are more equipped to track maintenance issues and dispatch the appropriate personnel to complete tasking, as well as monitor recurring December 1, 2012, marked my fourth year of service as the Capital Building Projects Manager for the Town of Framingham. During the past year, I have been able to better understand the requirements of many of the Town Owned properties, and determine the financial, technical, and political challenges that exist, working in such a large and diverse community as Framingham. 2012 Annual Town Report maintenance trends to identify long -term solutions. Security measures have also been improved at the Memorial Building by installing a new card access system. The funds for this upgrade were approved at the Annual Town Meeting in 2012. This system requires town employees to utilize photo identification badges to enter the facility outside normal business hours. The funds appropriated for this project will also be utilized to install the same system at the Callahan Senior Center and the Lexington Street Library. The card access system is a computer based program, which allows the Facilities Department to monitor who and when personnel are accessing the Town's buildings. In conclusion, we have made great efforts to improve the facilities that we are responsible for by closely managing our resources to ensure public's funds are expended responsibly and in accordance with the policies and procedures set forth by the Town of Framingham Board of Selectmen. Respectfully Submitted, Eric Heideman, Foreman As the Capital Building Projects Manager, my activities last year, include working alongside the Town Managers to help envision, and expedite strategic building projects. The projects this year Include: Memorial Building Widows, vault, and Accounting Office Space and Lower Level Floor Renovation, Maynard Building drainage work, Fire Department General Government 36 Town of Framingham Headquarters work, Police Department Headquarters, Fire Stations and the Main Library work. On these projects, I have acted as Project Manager, OPM, Architect and Clerk of the Works. This has saved the Town considerable time and money, since only one salary has to be paid, instead of four. The Challenge is to do more with less: to manage time required to Research, Design, Bid, Execute and Monitor projects, simultaneously. The position of Capital Building Projects Manager, has also allowed me to be an Energy advocate on behalf of the Selectmen of Framingham. The desire is to decrease the energy Consumption of town owned buildings. This will serve three purposes: 1. Saving Framingham residents money. 2. Reducing the "carbon footprint" of Framingham. 3. Repairing or replacing the existing, outdated equipment, as required, before failure occurs. These goals align with my interests. I will continue to seek rebate funding from utilities wherever possible, to reduce taxpayer burden. As the Capital Building Projects Manager, I have worked with the Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Disability Commission. I have met regularly with The Disabled Community and the Historic Preservationists to learn listen and understand their views and positions. Foremost, the desire of the Disabled Community to access all public Buildings, including historic ones, with a sense of dignity. I have overseen design and construction of a ramp at the Memorial Building, at the Union Avenue Entrance, and a Sloped walkway at the Village Hall Exterior. We are currently working to make the Main Library entrances ADA compliant. Currently, they are not in compliance. Town meeting help / approval, we can accomplish one (1) Entrance renovation project- The Lexington Street side, this year. Next year, the Pearl Street Entrance will be our focus. I have also assisted the Library Building Committee in the Designer Selection, for the proposed McAuliffe Branch Library. I am hopeful that that project will bring renewed enthusiasm to the Nobscot section of Town. Respectfully Submitted, Douglas J. Goddard, AIA, Manager G Media Services Memorial Building, Rm B15'1 5 08- 532 -5517 1 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. General Government 37 Town of Framingham Some of the outreach, engagement activities, and production support that the government channel has participated in 2012 include the Memorial and Veterans day observance ceremony, Human Relations Commission lectures, DPW neighborhood meetings, MBTA Rate Increase public hearings, Violence Prevention forums, Open Meeting Law training, Park and Recreation updates, Callahan Senior Center lecture series, General Chemical site assignment hearings, September 11th observance ceremony, Nyanza public hearings, MassDOT hearing, Holiday season concert, and Live election night analysis. The Government Channel also carries regular live coverage of the Board of Selectmen's Meetings, Planning Board and Town Meeting. Monthly coverage of the Framingham Disability Commission and special coverage of Board of Health are an important component of the channel lineup that gives residences instant access to Framingham government both on their cable system and via the internet. Memorial Building, Rm 1211 50E The Licensing Office issued with the Board of Selectmen and /or Town Manager's approval the following categories of licenses and permits: • Liquor License for Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs and Retail Stores — 83 • One -day Liquor License for events held at the various function halls throughout town — 50 • Common Victualer Restaurant License - 160 • Innholder's License - 7 • Lodging House License - 13 • Class I, II, III Auto Dealers License. New /Used /Junk Car Dealers o Class I — 7 2012 Annual Town Report The Government Channel can be viewed on Comcast channel 99, RCN channel 13, 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. The Government Channel through its programming is compiling complete and accurate public records for the Town of Framingham. Throughout the year a major effort to transfer historic archive videotapes to DVD has been undertaken. In addition to being a desirable format, DVD disks provide a more reliable and durable public record. 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; selectmen, planning, and town meetings are also available via streaming video on demand for Internet viewing. Respectfully submitted, Ron J. Rego, Director • Class II — 34 • Class III - 2 • Junk /Old Metals /Second Hand License — 23 • Entertainment License (Yearly) — 28 • Entertainment License (One day) —4 • Sunday Entertainment License - 16 • Coin - Operated Machine License -19 • Auctioneer's License — 3 • Hawker's and Peddler's License — 14 • Taxi Cab Permit — 2 • Taxi Cab License - 43 • Livery License — 3 Respectfully Submitted, Maryellen Rupp, Licensing Administrator General Government 38 CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER I TOWS BOARD OF ASSESSORS 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 of the annual operating and capital budgets, monitors revenue and spending throughout the year. The CFO is also required to file a long term forecast for strategic planning of the Towns financial position. Calendar year 2012 was a year of financial accomplishment. At the fall Town Meeting of 2012, Town Meeting Members appropriated monies to complete the full funding of the Stabilization Fund. Level Service budgets were approved for most core services. The School Department not only received a level service budget, :ASURER/TAX COLLECTOR REMENT SYSTEM but $1.4 million was added for rebuilding. The FY13 budget, passed in 2012, raised the tax levy 1.5 %, the first time that was ever approved in the Town. While expenditure growth still exceeds revenue growth, the trend is slowing due both to increasing state aid and cost containment efforts. The Town must still live within its means. Health insurance and unfunded liabilities still over burden the budget, but recent health insurance agreements have reduced both costs. The health insurance appropriation for FY13 was actually less than FY12. The OPEB valuation for 2012 is now almost $16 million less than 2010. The CFO's Office is committed to responsible financial management which is critical to the forward progress of the Town. This Division has absorbed more management responsibility without additional resources, yet still provides the clarity and transparency of information to Town residents and excelling in their fiduciary duties. The Finance Division has produced more data to more residents and officials than ever before and posted more information to the Town website than has ever been posted before. The CFO would like to thank the Assistant CFO, Jennifer Pratt, Richard G. Howarth, Jr. and his staff in the Accounting Department, Dan Dargon and his staff in the Assessing Office and Stephen Price and his staff in the Office of the Treasurer/ Collector. The dedication to their jobs, the quality of their work and their consideration of their Finance 39 Town of Framingham colleagues is greatly appreciated and highly valued. 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 and expenditures — 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. Significant activities of the Accounting Office include the submission of required financial reports, reconciliation of revenue and expenditure accounts, cash, and accounts receivable as well as auditing all accounts payable invoices for accuracy prior to payment. Starting in July of 2010, the School's Payroll department was also placed under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer. 2012 Annual Town Report Respectfully submitted, Mary Ellen Kelley Chief Financial Officer The June 30, 2012 (FY12) balance sheet was submitted to the DOR on October 23, 2012, for certification of available funds. On November 6, 2012 the DOR certified the following amounts as available for appropriation: General Fund Free Cash: $3,265,650, Sewer Enterprise Fund Retained Earnings: $1,872,927, Water Enterprise Fund Retained Earnings $3,189,605. 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 2012, the Department processed over 13,250 purchase orders, reviewed over 45,750 invoices and issued over 20,000 accounts payable checks. The top ten vendors paid during Fiscal 2012 are as follows: US Bank $67,982,068 B1ueCross /B1ueShield $42,526,687 Framingham Retirement $10,341,640 P Gioioso & Sons Inc. $8,794,152 Keefe Technical School $8,360,483 SEA Consultants, Inc. $7,193,029 D & C Construction Co. Inc. $4,272,859 Durham School Services LP $4,175,405 Barbato Construction $2,851,822 Finance 40 Town of Framingham Accept Ed Collaborative $2,655,711 I would like to thank all the departments who have assisted us during the past year. I would like to especially thank CFO, Mary Ellen Kelley, Assistant CFO Jennifer Pratt, Treasurer Steven Price, Chief Assessor Daniel Dargon, Technology Services Director Carly Premo Melo and their staffs for their guidance and assistance during the past year. 2012 Annual Town Report I would like to recognize the invaluable efforts the members of the staff, Assistant Town Accountant Judy Moore, Payroll Administrator, Anne Wynne, Shirley Tibbert, and Lynn Porter as well as the Louisa Caswell, Janine Ablondi and Anna Whitney. Your obedient servant Richard G. Howarth, Jr. Town Accountant Finance 41 I t n N Liabilities, Reserves, and Fund Balances Town of Framingham Liabilities Combined Balance Sheet Accounts Payable Security Deposits $ Fund Basis Statement for Free Cash Certification $ 1,977,835 $ 1,460,608 $ 3,339,702 $ 795,726 $ 44,963 $ 5,307,405 $ 25,220,087 As of June 30, 2012 - - - - - 6,247,166 - 6,247,166 Unaudited - - 9,889,447 40,831,651 - - - Special Capital Enterprise Enterprise Health Ins Trusts and Total Assets General Revenue Projects Capital Proiect Funds Trust Fund Agency (Memo) Cash & Investments - (110,414,952) Bonds Payable 51,361,284 84,864,535 Cash $ 26,765,849 $ 10,304,195 $ 1,036,264 $ (275,237) $ 9,224,240 $ 7,274,457 $ 12,545,582 $ 66,875,350 Investments - - - - - 1,458,792 1,458,792 Security Bonds For Uncollectable Receivables 4,950,283 446,067 172,332 2,805,000 2,805,000 Total Cash &Investments 26,765,849 10,304,195 1,036,264 (275,237) 9,224,240 7,274,457 16,809,374 71,139,142 Receivables 3 Total Reserves 7,976,906 446,067 172,332 1,104,351 6,361,995 Taxes 16,100,094 Fund Balances Real Estate 1,148,836 - - 1,918,008 - - - 1,148,836 Personal Property 1,048,987 - - 550 - - - 1,048,987 Motor Vehicle Excise 2,219,894 - - 63,531 - - - 2,219,894 Deffered Property Taxes and Tax Foreclosures 462,469 - - 2,974,664 - - - 462,469 Utility Liens Added to Taxes - - - - 69,680 - - 69,680 Tax Liens and Charges Added to Taxes 2,842,009 - - - 346,961 3,188,970 Total Taxes 7,722,195 - - 9 416,641 - (31 8,138,836 Other Receivables 11,799,955 (1,362,020) Total Fund Balances 14,895,239 9,567,752 (8,380,990) (31 8 Sewer Usage Receivable - - - 3,376,786 - - 3,376,786 Water Usage Receivables - - - 35,165,993 2,475,769 - - 2,475,769 Apportioned Assessments added to taxes $ 17,194,901 - - 1,447 - - - 1,447 Apportioned Assessments not yet due - - 1,102,903 - - - 1,102,903 Departmental Receivables 40,731 446,067 - 92,798 38,443 385,529 1,003,568 Intergovernmental Receivables 1,241,393 2 13,229,111 16 Total Other Receivables 40,731 1,687,460 2,105,133 14,333,461 5,945,353 38,443 385,529 24,536,110 Total Receivables 7,762,926 1,687,460 2,105,133 14,333,461 6,361,994 38,443 385,529 32,674,946 Other Assets Tax Foreclosures 573,690 - - - - - - 573,690 Other Assets - Inventories 63,531 63,531 Total Other Assets 637,221 637,221 Amts to be provided for bonds 51,361,284 84 136,225,819 Total Assets $ 35,165,996 $ 11,991,655 $ 54,502,681 $ 98.922,759 $ 15,586,234 $ 7,312.900 $ 17.194,903 3 240,677,128 Liabilities, Reserves, and Fund Balances Liabilities Accounts Payable Security Deposits $ 12,293,848 $ 1,977,835 $ 1,460,608 $ 3,339,702 $ 795,726 $ 44,963 $ 5,307,405 $ 25,220,087 Incurred But Not Reported Liability - - - - - 6,247,166 - 6,247,166 BAN Payable - - 9,889,447 40,831,651 - - - 50,721,098 Loans Authorized - - 14,176278 96,238,674 - - - 110,414,952 Loans Authorized and Unissued - - (14,176,278) (96,238,674) - - - (110,414,952) Bonds Payable 51,361,284 84,864,535 136,225,819 Total Liabilities 12,293,848 1,977,835 62 129 795,726 6,292 5,307,405 218,414 Reserves For Uncollectable Receivables 4,950,283 446,067 172,332 1,104,351 6,361,995 38,443 - 13,073,471 For Abatements and Exemptions 3,026,623 3 Total Reserves 7,976,906 446,067 172,332 1,104,351 6,361,995 38,443 16,100,094 Fund Balances Reserved for Encumberances 1,918,008 - - 300,000 334,025 - 80,041 2,632,074 Reserved for Petty Cash 550 550 Reserved for Inventory 63,531 63,531 Reserved for Expenditure 2,974,664 55,000 - - 1,175,230 7,500 4,212,394 Reserve for Premium on Issuance of Debt Excluded SANs 65,908 65,908 Reserved for Other Assets - 550,424 550,424 Undesignated 9 9,512,752 (8,380,990) (31 6 982 11,799,955 (1,362,020) Total Fund Balances 14,895,239 9,567,752 (8,380,990) (31 8 982 11,887,496 6,162,861 Total Liabilies, Reserves and Fund Balances $ 35,165,993 $ 11,991,654 $ 54,502,681 $ 98,922,760 $ 15,586,236 $ 7,312,900 $ 17,194,901 240,677,125 Town of Framingham Combined Statement of Revenues, Expenditures, and Changes in Fund Balance All Governmental Fund Types and Expendable Trust Funds Fund Basis Statement for Free Cash Certification r a y For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012 Unaudited tv Special Capital EnterpriseCapital Enterprise Health Ins Total C General Revenue Projects Projects Funds Trust Fund Trusts (Memo) Revenues Property taxes $ 160,962,589 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 160,962,589.00 Excise 9,311,381 - - - - - - 9,311,381 Penalties, interest and other taxes 1,481,047 - - 3,742 - - - 1,484,789 Intergovernmental 36,490,917 14,633,613 2,579,704 5,027,408 94,856 - 58,826,498 Fees 513,055 - - 197,258 - - - 710,313 Licenses & Permits 2,169,815 66,170 - - - - - 2,235,985 Charges for services 1,818,149 2,267,391 - - 34,154,857 - 3,712,795 41,953,192 Investment Earnings 119,442 3,285 - - 7,172 88,224 248,055 466,178 Fines and forfeitures 460,500 4,128 - - - - - 464,628 Miscellaneous 286,350 2,260 - - 100,088 - 292,000 680,698 Contributions 40,000 4,978,780 - 1,469 4,188 45,318,988 433,741 50,777,166 Total Revenue 213,653,245 21,955,627 2,579,704 5,229,877 34,361,161 45,407,212 4,686,591 327,873,417 Expenditures General Government 6,837,715 1,812,606 896,924 - - - 56,695 9,603,940 Public Safety 23,702,956 1,283,829 532,669 - - - 3,570,825 29,090,279 Education 100,371,562 17,160,003 3,352,539 - - - - 120,884,104 Public Works 9,685,444 333,839 5,828,447 36,655,954 25,504,216 - 302,863 78,310,763 Human Services 1,458,095 100,877 6,074 - - - - 1,565,046 Culture and Recreation 5,439,706 570,021 408,331 - - - 11,053 6,429,111 Miscellaneous 47,659,480 - - - - 44,570,695 - 92,230,175 Debt Service 10,834,171 - 294,365 7,995,480 - - 19,124,016 Intergovernmental 4,319,065 - - - - - 329,067 4,648,132 Total Expenditures 210,308,194 21,261,175 11,024,984 36,950,319 33,499,696 44,570,695 4,270,503 361,885,566 Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenditures 3,345,051 694,452 (8,445,280) (31,720,442) 861,465 836,517 416,088 (34,012,149) Other Financing Sources (Uses) Proceeds of Bonds - - 22,452,215 - - 22,452,215 Proceeds of Principal Paydowns 162,745 109,704 272,449 Proceeds of Notes - - - - - - Operating transfers in 2,729,010 - 100,000 567,111 189,688 - 1,420,000 5,005,809 Change in Agency Accounts - - - (175,248) (175,248) Operating transfers out (1,520,000) (85,632) - (189,778) (3,210,399) - - (5,005,809) Total other financing sources (uses) 1,209,010 (85,632) 262,745 22,939,252 (3,020,711) - 1,244,752 22,549,416 Excess of Revenues and other sources over (under) expenditures and other uses 4,554,061 608,820 (8,182,535) (8,781,190) (2,159,246) 836,517 1,660,840 (11,462,733) Fund Balance, June 30, 2011 10,341,177 8,958,933 (198,453) (22,436,288) 10,587,759 145,811 10,226,656 17,625,595 Fund Balance, June 30, 2012 $ 14,895,238 $ 9,567,753 $ (8,380,988) $ (31,217,478) $ 8,428,513 $ 982,328 $ 11,887,496 $ 6,162,862 w It n rD Town of Framingham Enterprise Fund Balance Sheets For Retained Earnings Certification As of June 30, 2012 Unaudited Assets Cash and Investments Water /Sewer Charges Other Receivables Utility Liens Added to Taxes Tax Title and Charges Added to Taxes Total Assets Liabilities, Reserves and Fund Balances Liabilities Payable Reserves For Uncollected Receivables Total Liabilities and Reserves Fund Balance Reserved for Encumbrances (Carryovers) Reserved for Expenditures(Capital Projects FY13) Reserved for Other Assets Unreserved (Retained Earnings) Total Fund Balances Total Liabilities, Reserves and Fund Balances Sewer Enterprise Water Enterprise Total Fund Fund Memo Only $ 4,294,931 $ 4,929,309 $ 9,224,240 3,376,786 2,475,770 5,852,556 92,798 - 92,798 36,833 32,847 69,680 177,476 169,484 346,960 $ 7,978,824 $ 7,607,410 $ 15,586,234 $ 372,807 $ 422,917 $ 795,724 3,683,894 2,678,101 6,361,995 4,056,701 3,101,018 7,157,719 183,883 148,046 331,929 639,451 535,779 1,175,230 550,424 - 550,424 2,548,366 3,822,567 6,370,933 3,922,124 4,506,392 8,428,516 $ 7,978,825 $ 7,607,410 $ 15,586,235 It (D Town of Framingham Combined Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance - Enterprise Funds For Retained Earnings Certification For the Period Ended June 30, 2012 Unaudited Sewer Fund Revenues Property taxes Excise Penalties, Interest and Other Taxes Intergovernmental (Grants) Charges for services Interest earnings Licenses and permits Fines and forfeitures Miscellaneous Contributions Total Revenues Expenditures: Current: Personal Services Operating Expenses Intergovernmental Capital Outlay Debt Service Total Expenditures Excess (deficiency) of revenues over expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses) Transfer from Other Funds Transfer to Other Funds Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Excess (deficiency) of revenues and other sources over expenditures and other uses Fund Balance June 30, 2011 Fund Balance June 30, 2012 Water Total Fund Memo 94,856 - 94,856 18,831,886 15,322,971 34,154, 857 - 7,172 7,172 89,233 10,855 100,088 - 4,188 4,188 19,015,975 15,345,186 34,361,161 2,205,490 2,735,252 4,940,742 1,394,307 1,494,620 2,888,927 10,365,277 6,878,514 17,243,791 147,153 283,602 430,755 4,413,853 3,581,627 7,995,480 18,526,080 14,973,615 33,499,695 489,895 371,571 861,466 1,120 188,568 189,688 (1,415,711) (1,794,688) (3,210,399) (1,414,591) (1,606,120) (3,020,711) (924,696) (1,234,549) (2,159,245) 4,846,825 5,740,935 10,587,760 $ 3,922,129 $ 4,506,386 $ 8,428,515 It C7 CD General Government Selectmen Legal Town Buildings Purchasing Department Committees Capital Budget Committee Education Committee Gov't Study Committee Public Safety Committee Historical Commission Historic District Comm. Moderator Planning/Zoning Public Works Rules Bicycle 8, Peciestrain Ways And Means Human Relations Commission Fair Housing Commission Disabilities Commission Technology Advisory Committee START Committee Pay in Lieu of Tax Committee Total Committees Total Appropriation Finance Finance Committee Chief Financial Officer Accounting Treasurer /Collector Assessors Total Appropriation Technology Services Technology Services Total Appropriation Human Resources Personnel Veterans' Services Total Appropriation Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures Fiscal Year 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Speclal Town Finance Committee Original Meeting Reserve Fund and Inter Divisional Encumbered Budget Adjustments Municipal Relief Transfers Transfers Expended Encumbered Closed to Fund Balance 7,902 620,440 (26,624) - - 579,249 14,046 8,423 10,923 623,080 - 65,000 8,500 696,549 10,923 31 111,642 1,427,716 164,657 - (8,500) 1,398,517 48,583 248,415 4,683 82,015 - - - 82,523 1,967 2,208 - 950 - - - 100 - 850 - IS - - - - - 15 - 100 - - - - - 100 - 75 - - 75 - 450 - - - - - 450 - 450 - - - 40 - 410 - 200 11,500 - 8,740 2,271 689 - 100 - - - - 100 - 250 - - - - 250 - 50 - - - 138 (88) - 125 - - - 120 - 5 - 100 - - - - - 100 - 250 - - - 8 - 242 - 200 - - - - - 200 - 1,085 - - - 313 - 772 - 100 - - - - - 100 200 200 - 100 - - - - - 100 4,800 11,500 9,459 2,271 4,570 135,149 2,758,051 149,533 65,000 2 77,791 263,646 - 880 - 200 255,535 31,682 82 440,228 8,114 2,787 445,302 8,302 10 551,345 5,477 3,079 1,693,290 53,575 880 - - 251,539 4,700 31,178 - - 442,180 - 6,245 - 106,043 531,305 182 30,947 (106,043) 438,028 9 12,751 1 4,891 81,121 482 1221,892 (40,761) 1,107,861 2,478 71,274 482 1,221,892 (40,761) 1,107,861 2,478 71,274 1,124 221,236 24,503 - - 217,021 3,949 25,893 10,302 368,660 1,247 357,343 183 22,684 11,426 589,896 25,750 574 4,132 48,577 • I t n Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures Fiscal Year 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Special Town Finance Committee Closed to Original Meeting Reserve Fund and Inter Divisional Fund Encumbered Budget Adjustments Municipal Reilef Transfers Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance Planning and Economic Development Planning Department 15,359 287,621 5,418 - - 259,731 12,469 36,197 Zoning Board 98 82,813 2,105 84,278 738 Total Appropriation 15,456 370,434 7,523 344,009 12 36,935 Police Division Police Department 82,472 11,158,913 12,211 - - 10,494,986 75,308 683,303 Framingham Emergency Management Agenc 1,084 90,556 - - - 76,603 967 14,071 Animal Control 15,378 157,547 1,583 - - 148,027 19,406 7,076 Street Lighting 41,912 462,430 112,453 320,748 46,522 137,071 Total Appropriation 140,846 11,869,446 13 11,040,364 142,202 841,520 Fire Division Fire Department 3,420 12,136,383 166,992 12,191,791 2,551 112,453 Total Appropriation 3,420 12,136,383 166,992 12,191,791 2 112,453 Public Works Public Works Administration 868 465,559 8,268 - - 452,240 5,217 17,238 Public Works Highway 41,917 2,810,555 168,476 - - 2,924,009 27,644 69,295 Fleet Services 3,040 994,438 5,559 - (1,530) 964,731 18,135 18,641 Sanitation 120,320 3,679,717 22,681 - 1,530 3,535,232 129,592 159,423 Engineering 6,667 753,815 13,795 - - 726,990 31,076 16,211 Conservation 8,622 114,422 1,446 97,896 4,388 22207 Total Appropriation 181,433 8,818,506 220,225 6,701A98 216,052 303,014 Snow & Ice Removal Total Appropriation - 1,500,000 (200,000) 741 558,166 Parks and Recreation Park and Recreation - 2,340,965 28,023 - - 2,348,455 - 20,533 Cemetery - 20,500 - - - 19,680 - 820 Council on Aging 789 340,407 4,530 - - 328,233 - 17,493 Arena 13,070 457,969 2,906 465,583 8,362 Total Appropriation 13,859 3,159,841 35,459 3 47 Inspectional Services Building Inspection 127 707,031 14,066 - 500 689,221 18,625 13,878 Sealer of Weights and Measure 112,910 1,857 (500) 102,328 11,939 Total Appropriation 127 819,941 15,923 791 18,625 25,817 Health Department Health Department 3,419 558,847 39,279 180,000 772,519 4,553 4,474 Total Appropriation 3,419 558,847 39,279 180,000 772 4,553 4,474 J It Framingham Schools School Department Total Appropriation Keefe Voke Assessment Keefe Voke Total Appropriation Libraries Libraries Total Appropriation Planning Board Planning Board Total Appropriation Town Clerk, Elections Town Clerk Elections Total Appropriation Total Town Clerk Stipend Miscellaneous Unclassified Property & Liability Insurance Workers' Compensation Unemployment Sick Leave Buyback Group Insurance Medical Indemnification Self - Insurance Medicaid Part 1 Contract Salary Reserve Total Appropriation Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures Fiscal Year 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Speclal Town Finance Committee Closed to Original Meeting Reserve Fund and Inter Divisional Fund Encumbered Budget Adlurtments Municipal Relief Transfers Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance 10,884 91,320,343 607,000 91,936,301 1,925 1 10,884 91,320,343 607,000 91,936 1,925 1 8,353,939 8,353,939 8,353,939 8,353,939 60,588 2,594,673 38,013 2,625,668 45,751 21,855 60,588 2,594,673 38,013 2,625,668 45,751 21,855 67,825 21,818 2,603 560,000 - - 144 192,468 3,897 - - 190,832 - 5,677 144 192,468 3,897 190,832 5,677 24 238,415 2,849 - 2,760 219,090 153 24,804 149,935 951 (2,760) 136,517 3,916 7,693 24 298,707 3,800 287,782 4,069 10,679 89,643 67,825 21,818 9,880 1,332,685 (350,000) - - 991,994 6,949 (6,378) 72,199 685,060 - - - 622,028 135,230 - 2,603 560,000 - - - 334,723 227,879 - - 70,000 - - - 34,000 - 36,000 - 35,076,470 (1,240,487) - - 33,835,983 - - 714 10,000 - - - 7,759 3,371 (416) 28,089 30,000 - - - 13,850 25,589 18,650 - 50,000 - - - 81,321 - (31,321) 307,643 (307,643) 113,484 38,121,858 (1,898,130) 35,921,658 399 16,535 It zy Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures Fiscal Year 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Non appropriated Items Special Town Finance Committee Unclassified Tax7lde Closed to - 48,278 Original Meeting Reserve Fund and Inter Divisional - - - Fund Principal paydowns Encumbered Budget Adjustments Municipal Relief Transfers Transfers Expended Encumbered Balance Reserve Fund 400,000 (50,000) (245,000) - - 4,319,065 105,000 Stabilization Fund 1,420,000 - - 407,936 - (0) 1,420,000 - 1,806,030 - Retirement - 1,806,030 Contributory Pension - 10,270,195 - - - 10,270,195 - - Pensions non contributory - 81,480 - - (10,450) 67,900 - 3,130 Medicare 1,470,627 10,450 1,481,048 29 Total Appropriation 11,822,302 11,819,143 3,159 Debt service Debt service 112 8,540,843 1,715,519 10,208,056 112 48,306 Total Appropriation 112 8,540,843 1,715,519 10,206,056 112 48 Total General Fund Appropriated 693,933 208,651,303 907,391 206,688,752 936,619 2,627,256 Other Financing Uses Transfer to Capital Projects 100,000 100,000 Total Other Financing Uses 100 100,000 Non appropriated Items Unclassified Tax7lde - 50,000 - - 48,278 590 1,132 Unclassified Overlay Deficit 397,976 - - - - 397,976 Principal paydowns - - - 218,180 - (218,180) Snow &Ice Deficit - 2,019,745 - - - 2,019,745 - - Cherry Sheet Charges 4,338,613 - - - 4,319,065 - 19,548 Debt Exclusion High School Debt - 407,936 - - - 407,936 - (0) Overlay - 1,806,030 - - - - - 1,806,030 Total Non appropriated Items - 9,020,300 7,013,204 590 2,006,506 Total General Fund Operating 693,933 217,771,603 907,391 213,801,956 937,209 4,633,762 • It n Ul 0 Town of Framingham Summary of Expenditures Fiscal Year 2012 As of June 30, 2012 Total Articles 938,817 - 44,373 44,267 934,314 4,609 Total General Fund $ 1,632,750 $ 217,771,603 $ 951,764 $ $ $ 213,846,223 $ 1,871,523 $ 4,638,371 Original Encumbered Budget Special Town Finance Committee Meeting Reserve Fund and Inter Divisional Adjustments Municipal Relief Transfers Transfers Expended Closed to Fund Encumbered Balance Articles - $ 14,933,828 $ 142,507 $ 237,434 Insurance Proceeds Less than $20,000 41,984 4,188 _ _ A27 ATM Self- Evaluation& Transition Plan 2,410 - - _ _ _ 2,410 - 4 /06 ATM A33 Rail Trail 733 - - - - 144,462 - 733 - 5/09 A2 Lowes and Natick Lift Services 45,000 - - - - - 45,000 - A4(A) STM 2/07 Paulinl Loam C 28,922 - - - - 28,922 - A4(B) STM 2/07 NE%UM 12,127 - - - - - 12,127 - 4 /07 A36 Cochltuate Bali Trail 19,768 - - - 19,768 - 4 /07 A37 Disability Commission 1,316 - - - - 1,316 - 5/07 A2 PB Mlt -350 Cochltuate 1,661 - - - _ - 1,661 - 5/07 A2 P8 Mlt- Natick Mall 38,200 - - - - - 38,200 - 5/07 A2 PB Mk- Cochltuate Rd 39,364 - - - - - 39,364 - 5/07 A2 PB Mlr-500 Old Conn Path 73,726 - - - - 21,006 52,720 - 5 /07 A2 PB-Mlt -One Clark Hill 10,000 - - - - - 10,000 - 5 /07 A2 PB -m1t 1124 Worcester 8d 65,000 - - - - - 65,000 - 10 /07 AS FYOS Supple Legal Budget 4,609 - - - _ _ _ 4,609 10/07 Sidewalk & Video Security 105,000 - - - - - 105,000 - 10 /07 A7 Waverly Retail MIt 702 - _ _ _ _ 702 _ 10/07 A8 Traffic Control Improvements 51 - - - - - 51 - STM 6/08 AS Natick Mall, LLC MItiga 315,000 - - - - - 315,000 - 10 /08 A4 Disability Commission 12,584 - - - - - 12,584 - 10/28A24300- 350[wing St Mlt 18,233 - - _ _ 1,386 16,847 - A915A STM A150ffsltePedestrian lmproven 5,000 - - _ _ _ 5,000 - A915B STM ASS N MW YMCA 280 O Conn Pa 5,000 - - - - - 5,000 - A915C STM A15 Staples 225 Crossing Blvrd 12,115 - _ _ _ - 12,115 - A9A38 A39 ATM 4/09 Kendall Hotel / 79 -85 C 18,750 - - - - - 18,750 - A9513 A13 STM 10/09 Disability Commission 12,545 - - - - 4,875 7,670 - A9$14 STM A14 Town Master Plan 17,000 - - - - 17,000 - - ATM10A39OfIm Natick Mall ExpGe 30,000 - - - - - 30,000 - ATM30 A39Fram CenterTwn Comn Genry 10,000 - - - - - 10,000 - ATM70A19Ot5itMltGenryme12 /1/05 31,000 - - _ - 31,000 - ATM10A19 Open Space Gen NYAve 3,000 - - _ _ _ 3,000 - A1 STM 1 /11 Disability Commission - - 10,587 - - - 10,587 - A3 STM 10 /11 Disability Commission - - 3,786 - - - 3,786 A4 STM 10/11 Plan Brd Master Plan - 10,000 - - - 10,000 - A26 ATM 5 /11 Tech Park lnfrast Plan - - 20,000 - - - 20,000 - Total Articles 938,817 - 44,373 44,267 934,314 4,609 Total General Fund $ 1,632,750 $ 217,771,603 $ 951,764 $ $ $ 213,846,223 $ 1,871,523 $ 4,638,371 Water Enterprise fund Enterprise Funds Total Appropriatlon $ Sewer Enterprise Fund - $ 14,933,828 $ 142,507 $ 237,434 Insurance Proceeds Less than $20,000 41,984 4,188 _ _ Total Appropriation $ 112,490 $ 18,763,781 $ 220,000 $ - $ - $ 18,526,080 $ 172,122 $ 398,069 Transfers to Capital - 139,344 - - - 144,462 - (5,118) Indirect Costs - 1,271,249 $ 16,768,303 $ 148,892 $ 1,271,249 Total Sewer Enterprise Fund $ 112,490 $ 20,174,374 $ 220,000 $ $ $ 19,941,791 $ 172,122 $ 392,951 Water Enterprise fund Total Appropriatlon $ 115,774 $ 14,284,506 $ 913,489 $ - $ - $ 14,933,828 $ 142,507 $ 237,434 Insurance Proceeds Less than $20,000 41,984 4,188 _ _ _ 39,787 6,385 - Transfers to Capital - 308,432 - - - 422,559 - (114,127) Indirect Costs 1,372,129 1,372,129 Total Water Enterprise Fund $ 157,758 $ 15,969,255 $ 913,489 $ $ $ 16,768,303 $ 148,892 $ 123,307 I t C7 CD School Capital Projects 4/05 ATM A26C Elevator Shaft & Piston Repairs Schools 4106 ATM A30T Boiler Replace 5 Schools 2/07 STM A5 Fuller Auditorium Ceiling 4/07 ATM A49O0 Fuller Auditorium Ceiling 4/07 ATM A49PP McCarthy School Roof Replacement 4/07 A49QQ DDC Energy Conservation Controls Phase 1 of 3 4/07 ATM A49SS 3 Utility Pick -Ups, 2 Cars 4107 ATM A49YY Thayer Campus Paint Windows 4108 ATM A44N DDC Energy Conservation Controls -Phase II 4108 ATM A44P Emergency Generators Schools 4109 ATM A39X IP Phone & Security 4109 ATM A39BB ADA Upgrades 4/09 ATM A39CC Brick Wall Fuller MS 05/10 ATM A24N IP Phone & Security System School District * 05110 ATM A24O DDC Energy Conservation Controls Phase 4 OF 6 05/10 ATM A24R ADA Upgrades 05/10 ATM A24S Technology Upgrades 1/11 STM A2 Stapleton Windows & Drs 5/11 ATM A31 GG Technology Upgrades 5/11 ATM A31 HH DDC Energy Conserva 5/11 ATM A3111 Rooftop AHU's and V 5/11 ATM A31JJ ADA Upgrade to Curb 5111 ATM A31 KK Paving Replacement 5/11 ATM A31 LL New Emergency Gener 5111 ATM A31 MM ADA Compliant Playg 5/11 ATM A31 NN ADA New Bathroom De 5/11 ATM A31 00 Construct Parking L 5/12 ATM A31 Q Rooftop AHU Multi P#2 5/12 ATM A31 R Mech, Elect, Plumb #1 5112 ATM A31 S ADA Upgrade toCurb #2 5112 ATM A31T Technology Upgrades 2 5/12 ATM A31 U Paving Stormwtr Study 5/12 ATM A31 V Fuller /Farley Study 5/12 ATM A31 W DDC Energy Cons Prgm Total School Capital Projects Nstar Engery Grant Municipal Capital Projects 5/98 ATM A31 F Underground Tank Removal 5/00 ATM A25Q Park Street Drainage 5/02 ATM Al 5J Financial Management Software 10/03 STM A9 Senior Center at 535 Union Avenue 4105 ATM A26A Pedestrian Ramps 4/05 ATM A21 P Bowditch Athletic Complex Renovation Design 4/06 ATM A30B Roof Station 2 Replace 4/06 ATM A30D Memorial Building Boiler 4/06 ATM A30E Pearl Street Garage Caulking 4/06 ATM A30K PC Mobile Laptops 4/07 ATM A49A Accu -Vote Machine Replacement (20) 4/07 ATM A498 Main Library Doors 4/07 ATM A49H Voice Over Internet Town Phone Integration 4107 ATM A491 Memorial Building Window Replacement 4107 ATMA49J Memorial Building Stair Replacement 4/07 ATM A49L Maynard Chimney Repointing and Repair Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2012 Reauthorized /Ad Expenditures Expenditures Fiscal Encumbrances Appropriation Transfer ditional Rescinded Prior Years 2012 Fiscal 2012 Balance $ 130,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 50,188 $ - $ - 480,000 - - (48,000) 430,677 1,323 - 360,000 8,970 - - 367,099 1,871 - 360,000 - - (297,155) 62,845 - - 560,000 - - (70,000) 488,368 1,632 - 255,000 - - - 243,648 11,352 - 85,045 - - - 84,777 268 - 120,000 - - - 115,858 - - 175,300 - - - 175,300 - - 329,323 - - - 328,537 786 - 750,000 100,000 - - 839,007 2,960 7,982 300,000 90,721 - - 382,930 - - 60,000 - - (300) 59,700 - - 550,000 - - - 123,383 350,256 46,311 340,000 68,008 48,945 - 455,581 1,372 - 300,000 2,486 - (32) 289,250 - 8,521 140,000 - - - 139,903 97 - 1,020,000 - - - 84,541 716,929 126,252 500,000 - - - - 500,000 - 400,000 (12,411) - - - 385,896 - 200,000 38,603 - - - 238,603 - 300,000 - - - - 292,975 7,025 380,000 38,541 - - - 402,836 - 170,000 (35,603) - - - 134,397 - 122,000 12,411 - - - 134,411 - 41,115 (32,176) - - - 8,939 - 175,000 (9,365) - - - 165,635 - 300,000 - - - - - - 150,000 - - - - - - 300,000 - - - - - - 500,000 - - - - - - 35,000 - - - - - - 190,000 - - - - - - 300,000 - - - - - - $ 79,812 4,142 51 7,791 30,050 4,683 92,278 1,693 15,705 300,000 150,000 300,000 500,000 35,000 190,000 300,000 $ 10,377,783 $ 270,185 $ 48,945 $ (415,487) $ 4,721,592 $ 3,352,538. $ 196,091 $ 2,011,205 $ 1,427,112 $ - $ (986) $ - $ 1,426,126 $ - $ - - 300,000 - - - 126,436 10,921 45,358 117,285 715,000 - - - 662,357 11,063 28,520 13,060 1,800,000 - - - 1,799,966 34 - - 60,706 - 14,294 - 74,940 60 - - 412,188 6,595 37,812 - 453,741 83 2,771 - 38,025 1,500 38,025 1,500 - - 809,339 - - - 765,652 - 4,985 38,702 45,000 (45,000) - - - - - - 157,850 - - - 156,428 1,422 - - 117,000 - - - 110,000 2,068 32 4,900 44,893 - - - 42,335 - - 2,558 64,248 - - - 63,943 305 - - 280,500 - - - 63,087 213,305 2,506 1,602 199,500 - - - 197,330 - 2,170 - 470,000 - - - 469,690 310 - - I t C7 CD N 4/07 ATM A49O Demolition of Badger Road Dog Pound 4/07 ATM A49S ADA Phase 1 Compliance Multiple Buildings & Schools 4/07 ATM A49T Callahan Phase 3 4/07 ATM A49NN Roof Replacement Transfer Station 4/07 ATM A49TT Web Content Management System 4/07 ATM A49ZZ Sidewalk Accessibility 4108 ATM A15 Edge[[ Memorial Library, Academy, & Village Hall Roofs 4108 ATM A44A Joint Town /School Capital Management Project 4108 ATM A44B Replace Rescue 1 Truck 4/08 ATM A44D McAuliffe Library HVAC /Boiler Renovation 4/08 ATM A44E Bowditch Master Plan & Construction 4/08 ATM A44G Police Locker Room Renovations 4/08 ATM A44H Prisoner Processing Systems 4/08 ATM A441 Saxonville Levy Accreditation 4/08 ATM A44K Roadway Improvements 2009 4/08 ATM A44M Refuse Packer and Plow 4108 ATM A44Q Town wide Permits, Licensing & Inspection System 4108 ATM A44R Wireless Access Points for Public Safety 10/08 STM A22 188 Concord St Purchase 4109 ATM A39A McAuliffe Branch Lib 4/09 ATM A39B Radio Communications Equipment 4/09 ATM A39C Fire Headquarters Drainage 4109 ATM A39D Memorial Bldg Elevator 4/09 ATM A39E Memorial Building Heating Pipes 4109 ATM A39F Maynard /Memorial Bldg 4/09 ATM A39H Cushing Memorial 4/09 ATM A391 Arena Infrared Heating 4/09 ATM A39J Playground Equipment 4/09 ATM A39K Communications Upgrade 4109 ATM A39M RDC Roof Replacement 4/09 ATM A39O Roadway Improvements 4109 ATM A39Q Refuse Packer 4/09 ATM A39R McAdams Drainage Improvements 4109 ATM A39S Stream Gauges Automation 4/09 ATM A39T Pearl Harbor Storm water 4/09 ATM A39U Carter Dr Outfall Repair 4/09 ATM A39V 15K GVW Dump truck 4/09 ATM A39W Storm water Improvement 4109 ATM A39DD Network Infrastructure Improvements 5/10 STM A8 Recycling Bins 5/10 ATM A24A Replace Fire Shift Command Vehicle 5/10 ATM A24B Replace Tumoutgear 5110 ATM A24C Replace Engine 7 Pumper 5/10 ATM A24D Computerize Irrigation Systems 5110 ATM A24E Bobcat S185 Skid Street Loader 5/10 ATM A24F Playground Equip & Handicap Access 5110 ATM A24G Police Command Upgrade Phase 3 5/10 ATM A24H Roadway Improvement 2011 5/10 ATM A241 Sidewalk Access Improvements 2011 5/10 ATM 24K Maple St Culvert Repairs 5110 ATM A24L Wickford Road Bridge Evaluation Rehab 5110 ATM A24M Beaver Dam Brook & Farm Pond 5/10 ATM A24U Memorial & Maynard Building Improvements 5110 ATM A24V Main Library Building Improvements 5/10 ATM A24W Library Garage Improvements 5/10 ATM A24X Muni Data Storage Upgrades 1111 STM A4 McAulife Bmch Lbry Lnd 5111 ATM A31A Replace Ladder 3 Fir 5111 ATM A31 B Replace Defibrillator 5/11 ATM A31C Multi Hazard Gas Mira Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2012 Reauthorized /Ad Expenditures Expenditures Fiscal Encumbrances Appropriation Transfer ditional Rescinded Prior Years 2012 Fiscal 2012 Balance 50,000 (11,875) - (38,125) - _ 228,000 - - - 220,826 3,520 - 3,654 468,268 - - - 461,640 6,040 - 588 126,000 25,063 - - 150,978 85 - - 107,873 - - - 91,924 1,500 - 14,449 100,000 - - - 99,244 756 - - 650,000 - - - 649,491 474 - 35 358,700 (21,914) - - 335,277 - - 1,509 530,000 - - - 529,806 194 - - 70,000 21,799 - - 91,779 20 - - 7,900,000 6,911 - - 7,237,329 22,877 587,265 59,440 90,858 - - (858) 83,935 - - 6,065 147,115 - - - 127,459 1,125 9,405 9,126 400,000 - - (30,000) 369,554 446 - - 367,392 - 132,608 - 499,280 720 - - 219,780 - - (13,360) 206,381 39 - - 317,648 - - (2,381) 299,229 4,975 - 11,063 301,134 - - (18,284) 216,129 37,173 11,459 18,089 1,750,000 - - - - - - 1,750,000 - 67,515 - - - 66,088 714 422 291 239,600 - - 239,024 266 - 310 70,000 87,630 - 157,614 - 16 - 90,000 (12,630) - - 77,329 - 41 - 70,000 (57,000) - - - 13,000 - - 1,555,000 52,000 - - 1,499,181 96,805 8,535 2,479 450,000 - - - 442,987 4,550 2,275 188 80,412 - - - 56,044 - - 24,368 30,000 - - - 24,556 4,789 - 655 30,000 - - - 27,854 - - 2,146 100,000 - - - 84,283 15,717 - - 750,000 - - - 748,576 1,424 - - 224,356 - - - 224,317 - - 39 125,000 - - (12,438) 3,781 - - 108,781 75,000 - - - 58,065 16,934 - 1 100,000 - - - 80,929 19,071 - - 120,000 - - - 55,822 6,027 58,151 - 58,927 - - (16,270) 42,657 - _ _ 325,000 - - - 301,286 23,714 - - 250,535 - - - 133,320 46,541 - 70,674 823,500 - - - 823,121 - 379 - 41,511 - - - 40,445 - - 1,066 291,300 - - - 268,628 12,136 432 10,104 525,000 - 24,500 - 446,776 4,825 340 97,559 58,627 - _ _ _ 58,627 - 61,036 - - - 60,168 868 - - 69,600 - - - 3,050 49,631 10,657 6,262 98,100 - - - 96,111 - - 1,989 900,000 - - - 660,175 183,553 34,459 21,813 100,000 - - - 80,667 19,333 - - 200,000 - - - 184,439 15,561 - - 90,000 - - - 6,393 65,765 16,842 1,000 150,000 - - - - 128,540 13,772 7,688 896,800 - - - 286,935 362,500 122,870 124,495 150,000 - - - 61,739 1,768 - 86,493 70,000 - - - 11,486 58,199 - 315 163,791 - - (20) 162,706 815 - 250 710,000 - _ _ _ - 710,000 975,000 - - - - - 892,160 82,840 28,545 - - - - 28,545 - _ 25,549 - - - - 17,957 7,110 482 I t !y C7 CD 5/11 ATM A31 D Library Garage Repair 5/11 ATM A31 E Library Window Replac 5/11 ATM A31 G Lib Dsgn Handi Ramps 5111 ATM A31 H F250 4x4 Reg. Cab. 5111 ATM A31J Beach Dock Replacem 5/11 ATM A31 K Butterworth Phase 1 5/11 ATM A31 L PC Mobile Laptop Re 5/11 ATM A31 M Inground Fuel Tank 5/11 ATM A31 N Stornwater Managemnt 5/11 ATM A31O Brush Chipper #481 5/11 ATM A31 4WD HD Cab & Chassi 5111 ATM A310 4WD HD Cab & Chassi 5/11 ATM A31 R 4WD Cab and Chassis 5/11 ATM A31 15,000 GVW 4WD Cab 5/11 ATM A31T Heavy Duty 4WD Cab 5111 ATM A31 40,000 GVW Cab & Ch 5/11 ATM A31V Sidewalk Tractor w/ 5/11 ATM A31 W Sidewalk Tractor w/ 5/11 ATM A31 15,000 GVW 4WD Cab a 5/11 ATM A31Y Roadway Improvements 5/11 ATM A31 Sidewalk/Accessibili 5/11 ATM A31AA Front End Loader Mo 5/11 ATM A31 BB 40,000 GVW Cab & Ch 5111 ATM A31 CC Two (2) Wing Plows 5111 ATM A31 DID 78,000 GVW Cab and 5/11 ATM A31 FF Heavy Duty 4WD Cab 5111 ATM A31QQ Town Buildings 5/11 ATM A31 SS Munis Financial Sys 5/11 ATM A31TT Mobile Field Inspec 5111 ATM A31 UU Asset Management 5/12 ATM A31 Lib Handicap Ramp Con 5/12 ATM A31 B Design Library Renova 5/12 ATM A31 C Replace Fire Engine 1 5/12 ATM A31 E Town Building Securit 5/12 ATM A31 F Plygmd Safety Mulchl 5112 ATM A31 G F350 4X4 Maint Body 5/12 ATM A311 Emergency Generator 1 5/12 ATM A31J Sidewalk/Accessibilit 5/12 ATM A31 15K GVW Dump & Plow 5/12 ATM A31 L 4WD Platform, #409 5112 ATM A31 M Roadway Improv 2013 5/12 ATM A31 N 40K 4WD Dump #442 5/12 ATM A31O 72K Refuse Packer 511 5112 ATM A31 P Front End Loader #521 5112 ATM A31X Cisco UCM Upgrade 5/12 ATM A31 Virtual Environ Replc 5/12 ATM A31 Archived Doc Scan P1 5112 ATM A31 BB Mem Bldg Fire Supr D 5/12 ATM A31 CC Village Hall Boiler 5112 ATM A31 DD Maynard Bldg Drainag Total Municipal Capital Projects RTE 126 Redesign & Upgrade MEFTON DOT Grant Mass Highway Chapter 90 Expenditures Total Expenditures Municipal Capital Projects Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2012 42,295,606 53,079 208,228 (131,736) 25,636,869 5,404,982 2,316,581 9,066,745 67,122 943,211 1,257 130 $ 7,672,445 W Reauthorized /Ad Expenditures Expenditures Fiscal Encumbrances Appropriation Transfer ditional Rescinded Prior Years 2012 Fiscal 2012 Balance 75,000 - - - - 33,817 - 41,183 95,000 - - - - 93,904 1,000 96 50,000 - - - - 50,000 - - 27,140 - - - - 26,763 - 377 37,873 - - - - 36,816 - 1,057 126,500 - - - - 23,531 - 102,969 152,414 - - - - 140,852 - 11,562 29,562 - - - - 24,453 - 5,109 300,000 - - - - 15,926 268,940 15,134 102,000 - - - - 102,000 - - 42,449 - - - - 42,449 - - 42,449 - - - - 42,449 - - 53,969 - - - - 53,969 - - 64,242 - - - - 64,242 - - 53,969 - - - - 50,065 3,299 605 219,697 - - - - 219,697 - - 139,500 (6,960) - - - 132,540 - - 140,900 6,960 - - - 147,860 - - 64,242 - - - - 64,242 - - 1,700,000 - - - - 1,602,435 96,983 582 150,000 - - - - 150,000 - - 85,000 - - - - 58,952 - 26,048 219,697 - - - - 219,697 - - 47,360 - - - - 47,360 - - 241,237 - - - - _ _ 241,237 42,449 - - _ _ 42,449 - - 385,000 - - - - 299,086 12,130 73,784 67,415 - - - - 46,817 12,670 7,928 46,381 - - - - 23,191 - 23,190 52,759 - - - - 28,857 - 23,902 425,000 - - - - - - 425,000 40,000 - - - - - - 40,000 550,000 - _ _ _ _ _ 550,000 59,951 - - - - - - 59,951 29,550 - - - - - - 29,550 45,411 - - - - - - 45,411 53,560 - - - _ _ _ 53,560 150,000 - - - _ _ _ 150,000 66,672 - - - - - - 66,672 66,305 (11,473) - - - - - 54,832 2,500,000 - - - _ _ - 2,500,000 225,697 - - - _ _ - 225,697 259,500 - - - _ _ - 259,500 205,527 11,473 - - - - - 217,000 34,836 - - - - - - 34,836 69,895 - - - _ _ - 69,895 27,635 - - - - - - 27,635 50,000 - - - _ _ - 50,000 83,030 - - - _ _ _ 83,030 135,000 - - - - - - 135,000 42,295,606 53,079 208,228 (131,736) 25,636,869 5,404,982 2,316,581 9,066,745 67,122 943,211 1,257 130 $ 7,672,445 W I t C7 CD Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2012 Reauthorized /Ad Expenditures Expenditures Fiscal Encumbrances Appropriation Transfer ditional Rescinded Prior Years 2012 Fiscal 2012 Balance Arena Capital Projects 10/04 STM Al2 Arena Light and Energy Improvements $ - $ _ $ 23,110 $ - $ 4,797 $ - $ - $ 18,313 5/12 ATM A31 H Arena Repairs 65,433 65,433 Total $ 65,433 $ $ 23,110 $ $ 4,797 $ $ $ 83,746 Water Enterprise Capital Projects 4103 ATM A32 Special Assessment Doeskin, Carter, Woodstock, $ 340,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 339,276 $ 724 $ - $ - 4/04 ATM A21 W 70,000 GV W 14 Cubic Yard Dump Truck 145,531 - - - 145,481 50 - - 4/05 ATM A26Y William J Heights Water Station Upgrade 200,000 - - - 191,433 8,567 - - 4105 ATM A26Z Fire Hydrant Replacement Program 225,000 - - - 220,197 4,803 - - 4/05 ATM A29 Doeskin Hill Repairs 143,000 - - - 133,000 - - 10,000 4/06 ATM A30X Birch Road Well Reactivation 400,000 - - - 399,968 32 - - 4/06 ATM A30Z Backhoe, Loader and Plow 121,975 - - - 118,295 3,680 - - 4106 ATM A30AA Cove Ave Water Main Replacement 620,000 - - - 811,916 8,084 - - 4/06 ATM A30BB Fay Road Water Main Replacement 950,000 - - - 889,944 21,303 38,292 461 4/07 ATM A50A Pershing Ave Water Main Replacement 39,250 - - - 36,489 183 - 2,578 4/07 ATM A50C Fay Road Area Water Main Replacement 1,006,375 - - - 1,002,523 3,829 23 - 4/07 ATM A500 Waverly Street Water Main Replacement 552,250 - - - 552,248 - 2 4/07 ATM A50E Grove Street Pumping Station Rehabilitation 235,000 - - - 234,989 11 - - 4/07 ATM A50F Goodnow Water Storage Tank Rehabilitation 107,500 - - - 78,478 28,723 - 299 4/07 ATM A50G Automated Meter Reading Program - (Water Portion) 1,282,950 - - - 1,222,454 60,492 - 4 4/07 ATM A50H Water Street Replacement Design 372,625 - - - 357,128 10,674 - 4,823 4/07 ATM A50M Electronic Message Board 37,500 - - - 34,090 3,410 - - 4/07 ATM A50N Prospect Street Water Main Replacement Design 173,185 - - - 172,721 464 - - 4 /07 ATMA50O William J Heights Booster Station Rehabilitation 765,000 - - - 764,938 62 - - 4/07 ATM A50Q Birch Road Well Reactivation 1,400,000 - - - 1,195,922 86,853 95,523 21,702 4/07 ATM A50R Brigham Road Water Design 25,700 - - - 23,856 1,844 - - 4/08 ATM A46B Grove St Water Pump Station Construction 2,869,836 - 62,464 - 265,071 1,379,749 7,993 1,279,487 4/08 ATM A46C Pershing Ave Water Main Replacement 438,750 - - (438,750) - - - - 4/08 ATM A46D Water St Water Main Construction 8,522,150 (135,000) - - 8,075,643 259,715 30,839 20,953 4/08 ATM A46E Beebe Steel Water Tank Rehabilitation 90,600 - - - - 7,962 36,038 46,600 4108 ATM A46F Prospect St Area Water Main Replacement 3,000,000 - - - 1,433,286 18,925 94,768 1,453,021 4/08 ATM A46G Various Water Main Design and Replacement 200,000 135,000 - - 322,514 12,486 - - 4108 ATM A461 Grant St Water Main Replacement Design 153,750 - - - 148,750 5,000 - - 4/08 ATM A46J North Concord St Water Main Design 600,000 - _ _ _ _ - 600,000 4108 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well Reactivation Project 2,830,400 - - - 2,462,926 39,848 701 326,925 4108 ATM A46L Choutea & LaSalle Avenues Water Main Replacement 110,000 - - - 68,774 '38,467 - 2,759 4/08 ATM A46M Goodnow Water Storage Tank Rehabilitation 891,600 - - - 891,477 123 - - 4/08 ATM A46N Brigham Rd Water Main Construction 263,000 - - - 262,129 871 - - 4/08 ATM A46O Union Ave &Main St Water Main Design 320,000 - - - _ _ - 320,000 4108 ATM A46P Barbieri Rd Water Main Design 149,400 - _ _ - _ _ 149,400 4108 ATM A460 Concord St Water Main Replacement 141,750 - - - 123,476 15,990 - 2,284 4108 ATM A46R Edmands Road Water Main Installation 110,000 - - - - - - 110,000 4108 ATM A46S Goodnow Lane Water Pump Station Design 115,500 - - - - - - 115,500 4108 ATM A46T Pond St Water Replacement Design 276,750 - - (175) 259,148 4,825 - 12,602 4109 ATM A40A 15K Service Body #301 28,300 - - - 28,003 297 - - 4/09 ATM A40B Birch Rd Well Reactivation 40,337,900 - - - 1,657,374 185,074 146,500 38,348,952 4/09 ATM A40C Concord St Water Main 2,000,000 - - - 1,842,997 155,886 867 250 4/09 ATM A40D Water Hydrant Replacement 100,000 - - - 99,960 40 - - 4/09 ATM A40E State St Water Replacement 550,000 - - - 300,079 150,489 99,432 - 4/09 ATM A40F Pearl Harbor Water Main 505,000 - - - 292,073 210,736 - 2,191 4/09 ATM A40G Rte 9 Water Replacement Design 900,000 - - - 795,533 11,893 64,888 27,686 4/09 ATM A40H Water Main Replacement Program 200,000 - - - 165,865 34,047 - 88 4/09 ATM A401 Chouteau & LaSalle Wt 800,000 - _ _ _ 112,985 687,015 - 4/09 ATM A40J Coburn St Water Main 1,540,000 - - - 155,469 948,167 250,237 186,127 A17 STM 10/28 1062 Edmands Road 173,000 - - - 136,839 1,210 - 34,951 5/10 ATM A25A N Concord St Water Main Replacement 9,619,000 - - - 870,111 1,554,438 713,290 6,481,161 5/10 ATM A25B Grant & Pond St Water Main Replacement 6,263,000 - - - 41,445 293,717 5,204,362 723,476 5110 ATM A25D Goodnow Water Pump Station 1,385,000 - - - - - - 1,385,000 I t !y C7 CD Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2012 Total $ 104,530,435 $ $ 62,464 $ (438,925) $ 29,822,429 $ 6,778,872 $ 7,969,092 $ 59,581,185 Sewer Enterprise Capital Projects Reauthorized /Ad Expenditures Expenditures Fiscal Encumbrances 5/01 ATM A21 Sewer Main Rehabilitation (Sudbury River Interceptor $ Appropriation Transfer ditional Rescinded Prior Years 2012 Fiscal 2012 Balance 5/10 ATM A25E Irving, Loring, Herbert St Water Main Replacements 150,000 - - - 24,470 40,078 14,702 70,750 5/10 ATM A25F Water Hydrant & Gate Valve Replacement 150,000 - - - 96,390 53,441 169 - 5/ 10 ATM A25G Water Main Replacement Various Locations 250,000 - - - 77,281 134,290 1,581 36,848 5/11 ATM A32F Downtown Water Utili 2,680,000 - - - - 130,646 473,692 2,075,662 5/11 ATM A32G Overhead Doors West 22,556 - - - - 22,556 - - 5/11 ATM A32H Water Hydrant and Gat 200,000 - - - - 131,135 8,180 60,685 5/11 ATM A321 Large Fire Flow Mete 70,000 - - - - 2,782 - 67,218 5/11 ATM A32J Water Main Replaceme 200,000 - - - - 144,075 - 55,925 5/11 ATM A32A 11 K Truck\Plow #603 53,969 - - - - 53,969 - - 5 /11 ATM A32B11KTruck\plow#619 53,969 - - - - 53,969 - - 5 /11 ATM A32C11KTruck\plow#623 53,969 - - - - 53,969 - - 5111 ATM A32D11kTruck\plow#601 53,969 - - - - 53,969 - - 5/11 ATM A32E 40K GWV Dump /Plow#631 219,697 - - - - 219,661 - 36 5/12 ATM A32A Irving Loring Herbert 1,795,000 - - - - - - 1,795,000 5112 ATM A32B 11 K Utility Bdy #615 56,152 - - - - - - 56,152 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 3,214,000 - - - - - - 3,214,000 5/12 ATM A32D15KGVW Utility #608 79,627 - - - - - - 79,627 5112 ATM A32E Hydrant Gate Valve 13 200,000 - - - - - - 200,000 5/12 ATM A32F Wtr Mains Replace 13 200,000 - - - - - - 200,000 Net Other Financing Sources and Uses 792,500 - - - 291,738 (2,396) - - Total $ 104,530,435 $ $ 62,464 $ (438,925) $ 29,822,429 $ 6,778,872 $ 7,969,092 $ 59,581,185 Sewer Enterprise Capital Projects 5/01 ATM A21 Sewer Main Rehabilitation (Sudbury River Interceptor $ 312,695 $ - $ - $ - $ 310,393 $ 2,302 $ - $ - 5101 ATM A21S Vaillencourt Pump Station Elimination (Installation of 130,000 - - - 110,942 19,058 - - 4/03 ATM A27Z Franklin Street Sewer Improvements 1,050,000 - - - 1,049,997 3 - - 4/05 ATM A26FF Swift Road Sewer Main Replacement 350,000 (80,000) - - 218,912 - 4,300 46,789 4105 ATM A26GG Hemenway Pump Station Rehabilitation 1,000,000 80,000 - - 1,079,963 37 - - 4/06 ATM A30JJ Pump Station Replacement Design 396,000 - - - 392,362 3,638 - - 4/06 ATM A30KK Pump Station Replacement SRF2958 Portion 3,104,000 - - - 2,743,809 24,604 - 335,587 4106 ATM A30LL Water Street Replacement Design 510,000 - - - 509,964 36 - - 4/06 ATM A30MM Water Street Sewer SRF 2957 Portion 6,785,000 - - - 6,665,922 61,836 5,645 51,597 4/07 ATM A51 Wastewater Pumping Station Elimination Project 405,000 - - - 68,476 12,088 321,640 2,796 4/07 ATM A51 B Water Street Sewer Main Replacement and Gregory 1,592,000 - - - 1,554,229 1,064 - 36,707 4/07 ATM A51 Concord and School Street Sewer Improvement Project 5,557,500 - - - 695,441 783,455 449,898 3,628,706 4/07 ATM A51 D Prospect Street Sewer Replacement: Project Design 200,000 - - - 198,080 1,920 - - 4/07 ATM A51 SCADA ImprovementsiWireless Mesh Networking 351,000 - - - 341,250 9,750 - - 4/07 ATM A51 F Sewer System Evaluation Survey: Phase 2 540,000 - - - 454,847 70,678 14,333 142 4/07 ATM A51G East Framingham Sewer Improvement Project Phase 1 2,708,500 - - - 2,701,339 3,668 1,098 2,395 4/07 ATM A511 Automated Meter Reading Program (Sewer Portion) 1,282,950 - - - 1,221,813 48,712 5,502 6,923 4/07 ATM A511 Cove Avenue Area Sewer Replacement Project 200,000 - - - 183,691 15,018 335 956 4107 ATM A51J Wastewater Pumping Stations Replacement Project 8,009,800 - - - 6,009,570 582,004 9,854 1,408,372 4/07 ATM A51 K Herbert Street Sewer Improvement Project 1,373,250 - 1,600,000 (547,978) 2,425,272 - - - 4108 ATM A47A North Framingham Pump Station Replacement Design 792,500 - - - 291,738 453,079 47,683 - 4/08 ATM A47C 300 KW Used Generator 90,000 - - - 89,980 20 - - 4/08 ATM A47E Farm Pond Interceptor Sewer Rehabilitation Project 1,100,000 - - - 936,436 6,189 2,290 155,085 4108 ATM A47F Cove Area Sewer Main Rehabilitation 1,753,750 - - (700) 1,664,508 52,314 36,197 31 4108 ATM A47G Prospect St A Sewer Replacement 2,783,000 - - - 1,603,168 26,660 91,922 1,061,250 4108 ATM A47H Lakeview Pump St Elm 175,000 - - - 114,171 51,337 - 9,492 4/08 ATM A471 Central St Siphon Replacement 794,000 - - - 792,075 512 1,220 193 4108 ATM A47J Sewer Sys Evaluation P3 575,000 - - - 524,996 30,052 15,262 4,690 4108 ATM A47K Union Ave Sewer Replacement 432,000 - - - - - - 432,000 4109 ATM A41 B 15K Service Body #301 28,300 - (272) - (25) 28,003 - - - 4/09 ATM A41C 4Wd Utility Body 84,950 14,880 - - 98,996 834 - 4/09 ATM A41 East Framingham Sewer Project 40,407,100 - - - 19,575,966 16,129,094 3,757,284 944,756 I t !y C7 CD 4/09 ATM A41 E Sewer System Evaluation Study 4/09 ATM A41 F Concord St Sewer Main 4109 ATM A41G State St Sewer Replacement 4109 ATM A41 H SCADA Year 3 4/09 ATM A411 Sewer Main Replacement 4/09 ATM A41 K Rte 9 Sewer Replacement Design 4/09 ATM A41 L Lakeview Pump Station 4/09 ATM A41 M Coburn St Sewer Main 10/09 STM Al2 Central St Siphon 1110 STM A2 Tech Park Infiltration & Inflow Removal 05110 ATM A26A Grant & Pond St Sewer Replacement 05110 ATM A26C Sewer System Evaluation Phase 5 05/10 ATM Sewer Main Replacements 5111 ATM A33A Lift Gate /Plow #727 5/11 ATM A33B 11 K 4WD Utility #702 5/11 ATM A33D Downtown Sewer Utili 5/11 ATM A33E Technology Park Sewe 5/11 ATM A33F North Framingham Pum 5/11 ATM A33G Overhead Doors West 5/11 ATM A33H Irving, Herbert, Lor 5/11 ATM A331 Sewer Main Replaceme 5/11 ATM A33J Worcester Road Pumpi 5112 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 5/12 ATM A33B 15 GVW Utility #721 5/12 ATM A33C 4WD Pickup /Plow #725 5/12 ATM A33D 40K Dump /Plow #732 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 A33H 11 K Utility/Plow #704 5/12 ATM A331 Irving, Herbert, Lori 5112 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor Sub -total Sewer Capital Grants Mass Opportunity Relocation & Expansion 10/09 STM AS Tech Park Land Acquisition Sewer 10/09 STM A7 Tech Park Land Acquisition Water Life Sciences Grant 5/10 ATM A25C Technology Park Prop Acquisition Fees 05/10 ATM A26B Technology Park Prop Acquisition Fees Total Town of Framingham Summary of Capital Projects As of June 30, 2012 $ 129,682,590 $ 14,880 $ 1,599,728 $ (548,703) $ 64,788,629 $ 25,772,000 $ 11,262,285 $ 28,925,582 340,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 340,000 $ - $ - _ 10,000 - - - 10,000 - 40,000 - - - 39,284 716 - 5,200,000 - 9,100,000 - 8,554,577 4,305,957 162,500 1,276,966 150,000 - - - - 41,742 3,258 105,000 150,000 - - - - 52,242 3,258 94,500 $ 5,89Q,000 $ $ 9,100,000 $ _$ 8,943,861 $ 4,400,657 $ 169,016 $ 1,476,466 Reauthorized /Ad Expenditures Expenditures Fiscal Encumbrances Appropriation Transfer ditional Rescinded Prior Years 2012 Fiscal 2012 Balance 450,000 - - - 262,894 130,727 56,379 - 2,480,000 - - - 2,126,846 347,203 - 5,951 900,000 - - - 557,120 334,738 8,142 - 350,000 - - - 329,418 20,363 - 219 200,000 - - - 195,200 4,799 - 1 450,000 - - - 298,955 - - 151,045 1,600,000 - - - - 82,465 912,588 604,947 2,000,000 - - - 141,026 955,893 335,003 568,078 8,000,000 - - - 3,378,088 3,571,922 834,998 214,992 1,500,000 - - - 988,059 107,111 2,698 402,132 6,552,000 - - - 1,454,804 773,582 138,104 4,185,510 500,000 - - - 270,069 156,559 63,372 10,000 200,000 - - - 129,841 70,159 - - 62,819 - - - - 62,819 - - 53,969 - - - - 53,969 - - 1,765,000 - - - - 128,980 473,692 1,162,328 800,000 - - _ _ _ - 800,000 6,310,000 - - - - 265,762 3,011,359 3,032,879 22,556 - - - - 22,556 - - 390,000 - - - - 96,884 63,626 229,490 250,000 - - - - 186,508 - 63,492 1,925,000 - - - - 9,039 597,861 1,318,100 550,000 - _ _ _ - - 550,000 62,228 - - - - - - 62,226 45,374 - - - - - - 45,374 225,697 - - - - - - 225,697 805,500 - - _ _ _ - 805,500 2,400,000 - _ _ _ _ _ 2,400,000 250,000 - - - - - - 250,000 56,152 - - - - - - 56,152 2,475,000 - _ _ _ _ _ 2,475,000 1,178,000 - _ _ _ _ _ 1,178,000 $ 129,682,590 $ 14,880 $ 1,599,728 $ (548,703) $ 64,788,629 $ 25,772,000 $ 11,262,285 $ 28,925,582 340,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 340,000 $ - $ - _ 10,000 - - - 10,000 - 40,000 - - - 39,284 716 - 5,200,000 - 9,100,000 - 8,554,577 4,305,957 162,500 1,276,966 150,000 - - - - 41,742 3,258 105,000 150,000 - - - - 52,242 3,258 94,500 $ 5,89Q,000 $ $ 9,100,000 $ _$ 8,943,861 $ 4,400,657 $ 169,016 $ 1,476,466 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Stephen W. Price, Treasurer Collector Cindi Natoli, Fiscal Supervisor Carolyn R. Lyons, Assist. Treasurer Collector Rajni Sharma, Payroll Fiscal Supervisor Ross Netherton, Office Coordinator Dawn Devito, Office Manager Robin Nemeth, Admin. Assistant II Sara Beth Harding, Customer Service Representative Fiscal Year 2012 was a good year in this busy office of 8. The Treasurer/ Collector's Office continues to provide customer service and essential municipal services. As always, I am indebted to my staff for the firs -class job they do on my behalf as well as the Town of Framingham. Our operating system on Munis continues to be updated on a regular basis Collection amounts and percentages were as follows. Real Estate taxes collected were $ 151,207,865.68 (98.01 %), and Personal Property taxes were $9,324,976.96 (98.69 %). Excise Taxes collected were $ 5,857,593.46 (87.90 %). Excise tax is collected on a calendar -year basis, which is reflected in the lower collection percentage. Tax Title collections were $926,614.09; we have continued to work hard on delinquent taxes in every area and recently foreclosed on two unoccupied properties and will schedule an auction soon. We have implemented the use of credit /debit card swipe machines and promoted 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 totaling $ 119,441.96 were slightly above budget. We continue to monitor the bank rates to maximize our earnings. The Town's Bond Rating is currently at Aa2 with a stabilized outlook in FY 2013 from Moody's. The future will hold a challenge to maintain it, but the goal is to work to that end. We issued one multi- purpose bond anticipation note in 2012 , awarded to Eastern Bank, in the amount of $47,578,202 , including a premium of $79,723.89 and net interest cost of 0.1630 %., and a coupon rate of 0.50 %. Additionally, the Town issued an interim loan totaling $3,142,896 through the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust at a rate of 0.13 %. The town also permanently financed through the Massachusetts Water Pollution Abatement Trust multiple sewer projects in the amount of $30,359,526.05 at a rate of 2.00 % for various sewer improvement projects. The Town secured an interest free loan through the Mass Water Resource Authority for $424,932.75. This department has worked diligently to meet the requirements of the laws, the Challenges of the technology advances, Finance 57 Town of Framingham and the Town's customer service policy. We treat taxpayers with respect while accepting their payments, answering their Questions regarding process, and solving their problems as quickly and efficiently as Possible. As per Town By -Law, I am reporting the following information regarding authorized debt schedules. The first schedule shows what is authorized and un- issued as of June 30, 2012. The second schedule shows the debt issued and outstanding during Fiscal Year 2012. 2012 Annual Town Report Respectfully submitted, Stephen W. Price Treasure/ Collector Finance 58 Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Division of Local Services Bureau of Accounts — Automated Statement of Indebtedness City /Town/Districtof: Town of Framingham FY2012 Long I erm Debt Outstanding Retirements s an mg Imeresi Inside the Debt Limit July 1, 2011 + New Debt Issued June 30, 2012 Paid in FY2012 Buildings 11,995,157.30 5,115,303.00 823,061.97 11,172,095.33 460, 820.04 Departmental Equipment 6,792,024.00 21,957,441.69 1,184,024.00 5,608,000.00 231,292.66 School Buildings 8,321,726.15 3,104,000.00 $382,753.47 7,938,972.68 322,411.78 School - All Other 2,679,910.00 51 C 535,910.00 2,144,000.00 84,344.70 Sewer 36,907,987.69 30,784,458.80 11,049,169.83 56,643,276.66 853,806.38 Solid Waste 0.00 2,769,677.00 346,789.00 0.00 11,933.00 Other Inside 13,664,353.85 19,112,597.00 2,867,219.42 10,797,134.43 361,193.93 SUB - TOTAL Inside 80,361,158.99 30,784,458.80 16,842,138.69 94,303,479.10 2,313,869.49 Long Term Debt Outstanding Retirements mtstanding Interest Outside the Debt Limit July 1, 2011 + New Debt Issued June 30, 2012 Paid in FY2012 Airport 0.00 3,766,735.00 2,903,042.00 0.00 SANS - State Grant Anticipation Gas /Electric Utility 0.00 0.00 0.00 FANS - Federal Gr. Anticipation Hospital 0.00 0.00 0.00 Other Short Term Debt School Buildings 17,803,000.00 2,540,000.00 15,263,000.00 530,970.02 Sewer 6,755,550.00 (374,450.00) 7,130,000.00 268,721.50 Solid Waste 0.00 1 0.00 Water 22,479,093.00 3,129,753.00 1 19,349,340.00 725,639.07 Other Outside 0.00 1 (180,000.00)1 180,000.00 1 0.00 SUB - TOTAL Outside 47,037,643.00 0.00 5,115,303.00 41,922,340.00 1,525,330.59 TOTAL Long Term Debt 127,398,801.99 30,784,458.80 21,957,441.69 136,225,819.10 3,839,200.08 Short erm Debt Uutstancling - Retirements s an mg interest July 1,' 2011 + New Debt Issued June 30, 2012 Paid in FY2012 RANs - Revenue Anticipation 30 KK 3,104,000.00 2,768,413.00 335,587.00 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S BANS - Bond Anticipation: 51 C 5,557,500.00 1,000,000.00 4,557,500.00 Buildings 690,000.00 4,216,728.00 690,000.00 4,216,728.00 5,410,736.00 School Buildings 346,789.00 2,769,677.00 346,789.00 2,769,677.00 11,933.00 Sewer 34,213,220.00 19,112,597.00 34,213,220.00 19,112,597.00 218,512.26 Water 22,053,900.00 21,719,054.43 22,053,900.00 21,719,054.43 657,941.00 Other BANS 3,766,735.00 2,903,042.00 3,766,735.00 2,903,042.00 125,557.00 SANS - State Grant Anticipation 0.00 0.00 FANS - Federal Gr. Anticipation 0.00 0.00 Other Short Term Debt 0.00 0.00 mwpat interim loans 1 0.00 1 0.00 0.00 1 0.00 TOTAL Short Term Debt 1 61,070,644.00 1 50,721,098.43 61,070,644.00 1 50,721,098.43 1 1,013,943.26 GRAND TOTAL All Debt 1 188,469,445.99 1 81,505,557.23 83,028,085.69 186,946,917.53 4,853,143.34 Authorized and Unissued Debt ATMO2 A21S Vaillencourt Pump 4/24/2001 21S 130,000.00 116,765.00 13,235.00 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SIZE 2958 4/25/2006 30 KK 3,104,000.00 2,768,413.00 335,587.00 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S 4/24/2007 51 C 5,557,500.00 1,000,000.00 4,557,500.00 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump 4/24/2007 51 J 8,009,800.00 5,410,736.00 2,599,064.00 59 4/08 ATM At Edgl Lib Acdemy Vill R 4/29/2008 A15 650,000.00 647,750.00 2,250.00 4/08 ATM A44K Roadway Improve 2009 4/29/2008 A44K 367,392.06 367,064.06 328.00 4/08 ATM A46B Grove St Water Pump S 4/29/2008 A46B 2,869,836.17 1,770,000.17 1,099,836.00 4/08 ATM A46F Prospect St Wtr Main 4/29/2008 A46F 3,000,000.00 2,035,000.00 965,000.00 4/08 ATM A46J N Concord St Wtr Desi 4/29/2008 A46J 600,000.00 0.00 600,000.00 4/08 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well React 4/29/2008 A46K 2,830,400.00 2,500,000.00 330,400.00 4/08 ATM A460 Union Ave /Main St Dsg 4/29/2008 A460 320,000.00 0.00 320,000.00 4/08 ATM A46R Edmands Road Wtr Main 4/29/2008 A46R 110,000.00 0.00 110,000.00 4/08 ATM A47E Farm Pd Interceptor C 4/29/2008 A47E 1,100,000.00 955,000.00 145,000.00 4/08 ATM A47G Prospect St A Swr Rpl 4/29/2008 A47G 2,708,906.45 1,700,000.45 1,008,906.00 10/08 STM A22 188 Concord St Purcha 11/6/2008 A22 1,750,000.00 0.00 1,750,000.00 13,837,106.00 SUB - TOTAL from additional sheet(s) 94,818,567.00 TOTAL Authorized and Unissued Debt 108,655,673.00 Authorized and Unissued Debt - Additional Sheet(s) Purpose Date of Article Amount' - Issued ° Unissued 4/09 ATM A39C Fire Drain 4/29/2009 A39C 206,000.00 130,000.00 76,000.00 4/09 ATM A39F May /MemBld 4/29/2009 A39F 1,607,000.00 1,555,000.00 52,000.00 4/09 ATM A39H Cushng Mem 4/29/2009 A39H 450,000.00 200,000.00 250,000.00 4/09 ATM A39R McAdms Drn 4/29/2009 A39R 125,000.00 20,000.00 105,000.00 4/09 ATM A39DD Network I 4/29/2009 A39DD 250,535.00 180,000.00 70,535.00 4/09 ATM A40B Birch Rd W 4/29/2009 A40B 40,337,900.00 2,000,000.00 38,337,900.00 4/09 ATM A40J Coburn St 4/29/2009 A40J 1,540,000.00 1,350,000.00 190,000.00 4/09 ATM A41D East Frm S 4/29/2009 A41D 40,407,100.00 39,715,711.00 691,389.00 4/09 ATM A41L Lakeview P 4/29/2009 A41L 1,600,000.00 15,000.00 1,585,000.00 10/09 STM Al2 Central St Siphon 10/29/2009 Al2 8,000,000.00 6,195,386.00 1,804,614.00 5110 STM A8 Rcycing Bins 5/12/2010 A8 823,500.00 823,000.00 500.00 05110 ATM A24C REPLACE ENGINE 7 PUMPER 5/4/2010 A24C 325,000.00 227,440.00 97,560.00 05110 ATM A24D COMPUTERIZE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS 5/4/2010 A24D 58,627.00 0.00 58,627.00 05110 ATM A24F PLAYGROUND EQUIP /HANDICAP ACESS IMPRV PHS 2 5/4/2010 A24F 69,600.00 63,338.00 6,262.00 05110 ATM A24L WICKFORD RD BRIDGE EVALUATION /REHAB 5/4/2010 A24L 90,000.00 80,000.00 10,000.00 05110 ATM A24M BEVER DAM BROOK/FARM POND 5/4/2010 A24M 150,000.00 80,000.00 70,000.00 05110 ATM A24N IP PHONE & SECURITY SYST SCHOOL DISTRICR 5/4/2010 A24N 550,000.00 368,942.00 181,058.00 05110 ATM A24U MEMORIAL /MAYNARD BLDG IMPROV 5/4/2010 A24U 896,800.00 407,038.00 489,762.00 05110 ATM A24V MAIN LIBRARY BLDG IMPROV 5/4/2010 A24V 120,000.00 33,507.00 86,493.00 05110 ATM A25A N CONCORD ST WTR MN REPLACE 5/4/2010 A25A 9,242,735.00 2,200,000.00 7,042,735.00 05110 ATM A25B GRANT & POND ST WTR MAIN REPLACE 5/4/2010 A25B 6,263,000.00 50,000.00 6,213,000.00 05110 ATM A25C TECHNOLOGY PK PROP ACQUIS FEES 5/4/2010 A25C 150,000.00 50,000.00 100,000.00 05110 ATM A25D GOODNOW WTR PUMP STATION 5/4/2010 A25D 1,385,000.00 0.00 1,385,000.00 05110 ATM A25G WATER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 5/4/2010 A25G 250,000.00 200,000.00 50,000.00 05110 ATM A26A GRANT & POND ST SEWER REPLACE 5/4/2010 A26A 6,503,010.00 3,524,924.00 2,978,086.00 05110 ATM TECH PARK PROP ACQUIS FEES 5/4/2010 A26B 150,000.00 50,000.00 100,000.00 1 /11 STM A2 Stapleton Windows 1/13/2011 A2 1,020,000.00 431,562.00 588,438.00 7/11 STM A4 McAulife Bmch Lbry Lnd 1/13/2011 A4 710,000.00 0.00 710,000.00 04/11 ATM A31A REPLACE LADDER 3 FIRE TRUCK 4/26/2011 A31AA 975,000.00 975,000.00 04/11 ATM A31C MULTI HAZARD GAS METERS 4/26/2011 A31C 25,549.00 25,067.00 482.00 .1 04/11 ATM A31D LIBRARY GAS REPAIRS 4/26/2011 A31D 75,000.00 20,000.00 55,000.00 04/11 ATM A31H F250 4X4 GRAIN BODY FOR LEAF/ WOOD CHIP COLL 4/26/2011 A31H 27,140.00 26,763.00 377.00 04/11 ATM A3 I J BEACH DOCK REPLACEMENT 4/26/2011 A31J 37,873.00 36,816.00 1,057.00 04/11 ATM A31K BUTTERWORTH PHASE 1 - TENNIS LIGHTING 4/26/2011 A31K 126,500.00 23,531.00 102,969.00 04/11 ATM A31M INGROUND FULE TANK MONITORING SYS REPLACE 4/26/2011 A31M 29,562.00 25,000.00 4,562.00 04/11 ATM A31N STRMWTR MNGMT PLAN PHASE 111 4/26/2011 A31N 300,000.00 0.00 300,000.00 04/11 ATM 31Y ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 2012 4/26/2011 A31Y 1,700,000.00 1,606,070.00 93,930.00 04/11 ATM A31AA FRONT END LOADER MOUNTED SNOWBLOWER #454A 4/26/2011 A31AA 85,000.00 58,952.00 26,048.00 04/11 ATM A31DD 78K GVW CAB & CHASSIS W /31 CY REFUSE PACKER 4/26/2011 A31DD 241,237.00 0.00 241,237.00 04/11 ATM AQQ TOWN BUILDINGS 4/26/2011 A31QQ 385,000.00 311,216.00 73,784.00 04/11 ATM A31SS MUNIS FINANCIAL SYSTEM UPGRADE 4/26/2011 A31SS 67,415.00 60,000.00 7,415.00 04/11 ATM A3 ITT MOBILE FIELD INSPECTIONS 4/26/2011 A31TT 46,381.00 25,000.00 21,381.00 04/11 ATM A31UU ASSET MANAGEMENT 4/26/2011 A31UU 52,759.00 28,857.00 23,902.00 04/11 ATM A32E 40K GVW CAB & CHASSIS W/ DUMP BODY #631 4/26/2011 A32E 219,697.00 219,661.00 36.00 04/11 ATM A32F DOWNTOWN WATER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 4/26/2011 A32F 2,680,000.00 100,000.00 2,580,000.00 04/11 ATM A32H WATER HYDRANT AND GATE VALVE 4/26/2011 A32H 200,000.00 138,247.00 61,753.00 04/11 ATM A32J WATER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS 4/26/2011 A32J 200,000.00 150,000.00 50,000.00 04/11 ATM A33D DOWNTOWN SEWER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 04/26/011 A33D 1,765,000.00 100,000.00 1,665,000.00 04/11 ATM A33E TECHNOLOGY PARK SEWER INTERCEPTOR 4/26/2011 A33E 800,000.00 0.00 800,000.00 04/11 ATM A33F N. FRAM PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT 4/26/2011 A33F 6,310,000.00 3,142,896.00 3,167,104.00 04/11 ATM A33H IRVING, HERBERT, LORING SEWER ASSESS DESIGN 4/26/2011 A33H 390,000.00 100,000.00 290,000.00 04/11 ATM A33I SEWER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 4/26/2011 A33I 250,000.00 195,000.00 55,000.00 04/11 ATM A33J WORC RD PUMP STN ELIMINATION PROJECT 4/26/2011 A33J 1,925,000.00 0.00 1,925,000.00 5/12 ATM A31A Lib Handicap Ramp Con 4/24/212 A31A 425,000.00 0.00 425,000.00 5/12 ATM A31B Design Library Renova 4/24/212 A31B 40,000.00 0.00 40,000.00 5/12 ATM A31C Replace Fire Engine 1 4/24/212 A31C 550,000.00 0.00 550,000.00 5/12 ATM A31E Town Building Securit 4/24/212 A31E 59,951.00 0.00 59,951.00 7/12 ATM A3 IF Plygrnd Safety Mulchl 4/24/212 A31F 29,550.00 0.00 29,550.00 5/12 ATM A3 1G F350 4X4 Maint Body 4/24/212 A31G 45,411.00 0.00 45,411.00 7/12 ATM A31H Arena Repairs 4/24/212 A31H 65,433.00 0.00 65,433.00 5/12 ATM A3 11 Emergency Generator 1 4/24/212 A3 11 53,560.00 0.00 53,560.00 5/12 ATM A31J Sidewalk/Accessibilit 4/24/212 A31J 150,000.00 0.00 150,000.00 7/12 ATM A31K 15K GVW Dump & Plow 4/24/212 A31K 66,672.00 0.00 66,672.00 5/12 ATM A31L 4WD Platform, #409 4/24/212 A31L 66,305.00 0.00 66,305.00 7/12 ATM A31M Roadway Improv 2013 4/24/212 A31M 2,500,000.00 0.00 2,500,000.00 5/12 ATM A31N 40K 4WD Dump #442 4/24/212 A31N 225,697.00 0.00 225,697.00 5/12 ATM A31O 72K Refuse Packer 511 4/24/212 A31O 259,500.00 0.00 259,500.00 7/12 ATM A31P Front End Loader #521 4/24/212 A31P 205,527.00 0.00 205,527.00 5/12 ATM A3 IQ Rooftop AHU Multi P #2 4/24/212 A31Q 300,000.00 0.00 300,000.00 7/12 ATM A31R Mech, Elect Plumb #1 4/24/212 A31R 150,000.00 0.00 150,000.00 5/12 ATM A31S ADA Upgrade toCurb #2 4/24/212 A31S 300,000.00 0.00 300,000.00 5/12 ATM A3 IT Technology Upgrades 2 4/24/212 A31T 136,313.00 0.00 136,313.00 7/12 ATM A3 1U Paving Stormwtr Study 4/24/212 A31U 35,000.00 0.00 35,000.00 5/12 ATM A31 V Fuller /Farley Study 4/24/212 A31 V 190,000.00 0.00 190,000.00 7/12 ATM A3 1W DDC Energy Cons Prgm 4/24/212 A31W 300,000.00 0.00 300,000.00 5/12 ATM A3 IX Cisco UCM Upgrade 4/24/212 A3 IX 34,836.00 0.00 34,836.00 61 5/12 ATM A31Y Virtual Environ Replc 4/24/212 A31Y 69,895.00 0.00 69,895.00 5/12 ATM A31Z Archived Doc Scan P1 4/24/212 A31Z 27,635.00 0.00 27,635.00 5/12 ATM A31BB Mem Bldg Fire Supr D 4/24/212 A31BB 50,000.00 0.00 50,000.00 5/12 ATM A31CC Village Hall Boiler 4/24/212 A31CC 83,030.00 0.00 83,030.00 5/12 ATM A31DD Maynard Bldg Drainag 4/24/212 A31DD 135,000.00 0.00 135,000.00 5/12 ATM A32A Irving Loring Herbert 4/24/212 A32A 1,791,590.00 0.00 1,791,590.00 5/12 ATM A32C Beebe Water Tank 4/24/212 A32C 3,214,000.00 0.00 3,214,000.00 7/12 ATM A33A Wastewtr Backup Upgr 4/24/212 A33A 550,000.00 0.00 550,000.00 5/12 ATM A33E Hancock Lane Pump Eli 4/24/212 A33E 804,666.00 0.00 804,666.00 7/12 ATM A33F East Fram /Central St 4/24/212 A33F 2,400,000.00 0.00 2,400,000.00 5/12 ATM A33I Irving, Herbert, Lori 4/24/212 A33I 2,475,000.00 0.00 2,475,000.00 5/12 ATM A33J Speen St Interceptor 4/24/212 A33J 1,178,000.00 0.00 1,178,000.00 SUB -TOTAL Additional Sheet(s) 94,818,567.00 BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS, STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS DETAIL Long Term Debt Outstanding Retirements Outstanding Interest Inside the Debt Limit Report by Issuance July 1,' 2011 + New Debt Issued June 30, 2012 Paid in FY2012 Mass Water Pollution Abate 6/95 119,235.40 27,377.92 91,857.48 2,855.08 ATM97 A7 Hollis Street Fire Station 81,000.00 11,000.00 70,000.00 2,308.50 ATM97 A54 K Cameron Middle School 383,000.00 63,000.00 320,000.00 10,915.50 ATM99 A3 IF Underground tanks 566,000.00 75,000.00 491,000.00 16,131.00 Police St Construct At STM8 /91 308,500.08 153,276.20 155,223.88 9,119.94 School Building Repairs A1B STM 8/91 18,448.27 9,310.34 9,137.93 574.52 Handicap Modifications to School Buildings A9F ATM93 11,031.40 5,515.70 5,515.70 344.87 Const So Side Fire Station 15,499.92 14,723.80 4,484.30 39,103.45 5,586.21 776.12 876.06 School Handicap A30 ATM94 8,968.60 4,484.30 280.13 NH Roof /Clerestories A18 STM12 /92 78,396.55 39,293.10 2,451.98 SCHOOL Asbestos Removal A32 ATM94 10,155.18 4,568.97 306.50 ATM99 A31A Cameron School 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 820.00 ATMO1 A25C Roosevelt School Demo 38,439.74 38,439.74 11,560.26 0.00 1,576.02 ATMO1 A25K Danforth Park Rest room 11,560.26 (0.00) 473.98 ATMO1 A25M Rubbish Truck 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 410.00 STM 1 /01 A4 Kennel 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 820.00 ATMO2 A21E Boiler Brophy 7,603.00 7,603.00 0.00 311.72 ATMO2 A21F Boiler Dunning 7,397.00 0.00 7,397.00 0.00 303.28 ATMO2 A21I Carter, Merlon, Tus Light 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 820.00 ATMO2 A21J Park & School Fence 30,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 1,230.00 ATMO2 A21U 3K Gal Sewer Jet 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 820.00 MPAT Loan MWPAT CW 0 1- 15 319,195.00 21,760.00 297,435.00 (299.82) ATMO2 A21D American Treasurers 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 660.00 ATMO2 A21J Park & School Fence 5,000.00 5 0.00 165.00 ATM03 A15B Zetron Alert Sys 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 667.50 ATM03 At 5H Roof Brophy Sc 120,000.00 10,000.00 110,000.00 4,655.00 Police Station AIA STM 8/91 324,186.54 97,074.91 227,111.63 12,126.80 Library Remodel A9A ATM93 4,986.41 0.00 4,986.41 0.00 182.40 Annex Roof A9BATM93 24,707.96 0.00 8,975.54 15,732.42 912.68 62 So High Roof A9C ATM93 118,380.17 31,485.91 86,894.26 4,416.08 Gym Floor A91) ATM 93 21,122.20 7,109.72 14,012.48 778.22 Fire Station Al2 ATM93 162,954.22 59,045.56 103,908.66 6,056.08 Garage A20 STM 10/93 Town 68% 884,532.34 227,008.71 657,523.63 32,356.16 Garage A20 STM 10/93 Water /Sewer 18.4 %,13.6% 176,906.47 45,401.74 131,504.73 6,471.22 Garage A20 STM 10/93 Water /Sewer 18.4 %,13.6% 239,344.04 61,425.88 177,918.16 8,755.18 School Remodel A22A ATM 95 115,692.91 40,626.97 75,065.94 4,261.26 Memorial Roof A25A ATM95 40,619.04 21,940.20 18,678.84 1,493.16 Library Roof A49 -4 ATM96 54,200.00 16,953.79 37,246.21 2,009.84 Athenaeum Hall A50 -1 ATM96 62,367.71 12,964.66 49,403.05 2,343.42 ATM03 At 5Q Roof Replacement 205,000.00 20,000.00 185,000.00 7,712.50 ATM04 A27 Rubbish Packer 20,000.00 20,000.00 0.00 600.00 ATM04 A27 2 Rubbish Packer Rehabs for Snow Program 10,000.00 10,000.00 0.00 300.00 ATM04 A27 Tercentennial Park 25,000.00 5,000.00 20,000.00 906.26 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement- Walsh School 320,000.00 25,000.00 295,000.00 12,143.76 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Fuller School 285,000.00 25,000.00 260,000.00 10,781.26 ATM04 A27 Sewer - Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 5,000.00 5,000.00 0.00 150.00 ATMO2 A21S Vaillencourt Pump 20,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 737.50 ATM04 A27 Tercentennial Park 40,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 1,475.00 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Walsh School 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 387.50 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Fuller School 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 1,087.50 ATM04 A27 Sewer - Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 420,000.00 30,000.00 390,000.00 16,200.00 STM 10/03 A9 Senior Center 910,000.00 70,000.00 840,000.00 34,912.50 4/04 ATM A21M Walsh Roof Replacement 1,060,000.00 85,000.00 975,000.00 40,637.50 STM 3/00 High School Renovations 2,100,000.00 150,000.00 1,950,000.00 81,000.00 ATM04 A27 Sewer - Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 25,000.00 5,000.00 20,000.00 1,050.00 STM 10/03 A9 Senior Center 320,000.00 25,000.00 295,000.00 13,262.50 4/05 ATM A26B Vertical Handicap Lft 80,000.00 10,000.00 70,000.00 3,550.00 4/05 ATM A26G Maynard Stair & Walk 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 2,100.00 4/05 ATM A26H Bowditch Boiler Rplce 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 600.00 4/05 ATM A26T Replace Platform 1 425,000.00 85,000.00 340,000.00 17,850.00 4/05 ATM A26U Callahan Phase 2 Flr 270,000.00 20,000.00 250,000.00 11,187.50 4/05 ATM A26GG Hemenway Pump Statio 755,000.00 50,000.00 705,000.00 31,392.50 4/04 ATM A21M Walsh RoofReplacemnt 7,000.00 2,000.00 5,000.00 290.00 4/04 A2111 Hemenway Pmp Station Rpl 150,000.00 30,000.00 120,000.00 6,300.00 4/04 ATM A2 ILL Bowditch Fld Rsrfcng 90,000.00 18,000.00 72,000.00 3,780.00 ATM03 A15J Fin Manage Soft 75,000.00 40,000.00 35,000.00 2,200.00 STM 10/03 A10 Tercent Park Phaze 2 110,000.00 15,000.00 95,000.00 4,500.00 4/05 ATM A26A Pedestrian Ramps 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 1,300.00 4/05 ATM A26D Stapleton Schl Roof 80,000.00 5,000.00 75,000.00 3,312.50 4/05 ATM A26E Beach Strmwater Mgnmt 40,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 1,200.00 4/05 ATM A26F Rplce Emergncy Genrtr 40,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 1,600.00 4/05 ATM A21P Bowditch Athletic Crap 50,000.00 50,000.00 0.00 1 1,000.00 4/05 ATM A26Q Sanitary Line Fuller 85,000.00 5,000.00 80,000.00 3,518.76 4/06 ATM A30 A Engine 2 Fire Pumper 275,000.00 25,000.00 250,000.00 11,500.00 4/06 ATM A30 B Replace Station 2 Roof 25,000.00 1 2,000.00 1 23,000.00 1,050.00 63 4/06 ATM A30 C Communications Cabling 125,000.00 25,000.00 100,000.00 5,300.00 4/06 ATM A30 F McAuliffe Branch Renovation 31,000.00 3,000.00 28,000.00 1,300.00 4/06 ATM A30 H Vehicle replacement F550 Trash Compacter 50,000.00 5,000.00 45,000.00 2,100.00 4/06 ATM A30 I Vehicle replacement Kubota Tractor 18,000.00 2,000.00 16,000.00 760.00 4/06 ATM A30 J Basketball Resurfacing Dennison 40,000.00 4,000.00 36,000.00 1,690.00 4/06 ATM A30 K PC Mobile Laptops 90,000.00 15,000.00 75,000.00 3,900.00 4/06 ATM A30 N Sidewalk/Accessibility Improvement Program 25,000.00 25,000.00 0.00 500.00 4/06 ATM A30 O Multi- Purpose Sidewalk Tractor #471 65,000.00 10,000.00 55,000.00 2,600.00 4/06 ATM A30 P 68,000 GVW Refuse Packer with Plow #518 130,000.00 15,000.00 115,000.00 5,400.00 4/06 ATM A30 R 15,000 GVW 4WD Dump Body Truck #413 6,000.00 1,000.00 5,000.00 260.00 4/06 ATM A30 S Stapleton Roof Supplemental 100,000.00 10,000.00 90,000.00 4,112.50 4/06 ATM A30 T Final Stage Boiler Replacements, 5 Schools 350,000.00 25,000.00 325,000.00 14,550.00 4/06 ATM A30 W Dasher Board and Glass Replacement 115,000.00 15,000.00 100,000.00 4,700.00 4/07 ATM A51G East Fram Sewer 875,000.00 55,000.00 820,000.00 36,312.50 4/07 ATM A49A Accu -Vote Machin 70,000.00 10,000.00 60,000.00 3,000.00 4/07 ATM A49H VOIP Intergratio 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 600.00 04/07 ATM A49I MEMORIAL BLDG WINDOW REPLACE 280,500.00 15,500.00 265,000.00 10,069.45 4/07 ATM A49M Energy Mngmnt Po 55,000.00 30,000.00 25,000.00 1,600.00 4/07 ATM A49Y V #2 F550 Crew Ca 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 1,260.00 4/07 ATM A49Z V #3 F350 Ext Cab 20,000.00 3,000.00 17,000.00 860.00 4/07 ATM A47AA V #4 F650 Dump 2 35,000.00 5,000.00 30,000.00 1,500.00 4/07 ATM A49BB Comm Center Upg 40,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 1,600.00 4/07 ATM A49DD Roadway Improve 315,000.00 45,000.00 270,000.00 13,500.00 4/07 ATM A49EE 40K GVW Dmp Bdy 80,000.00 10,000.00 70,000.00 3,300.00 4/07 ATM A49FF 70K GVW Dmp & P 70,000.00 10,000.00 60,000.00 2,800.00 4/07 ATM A49GG 40GVW Dump & PI 80,000.00 10,000.00 70,000.00 3,250.00 4/07 ATM A4911 40K GVW Dump & 80,000.00 10,000.00 70,000.00 3,300.00 4/07 ATM A49JJ 8800 GVW Pickup 21,000.00 3,000.00 18,000.00 900.00 4/07 ATM A49KK 8800 Pickup & P 21,000.00 3,000.00 18,000.00 900.00 4/07 ATM A49MM 15k 4WD Cab Rae 43,000.00 4,000.00 39,000.00 1,820.00 04/07 ATM A49NN ROOF REPLACE TRANSFER STATIONS 1,2,3,4 141,000.00 26,000.00 115,000.00 4,538.61 4/07 ATM A49PP McCarthy School 385,000.00 25,000.00 360,000.00 15,975.00 4/07 ATM A49QQ DDC Energy Cons 97,021.00 52,021.00 45,000.00 2,840.03 4/07 ATM A49SS 3 UtPick -up 2 C 30,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00 900.00 4/07 ATM A49UU Pub Safety Syst 60,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 1,800.00 4/07 ATM A49XX Frnt End Loader 100,000.00 10,000.00 90,000.00 4,200.00 4/07 ATM A49ZZ Sidewalk Access 35,000.00 5,000.00 30,000.00 1,500.00 4/07 ATM A50I 11 GVW Cab Chass 32,000.00 5,000.00 27,000.00 1,380.00 4/07 ATM A50J 11 GVW 4WD Utili 32,000.00 5,000.00 27,000.00 1,380.00 4/07 ATM A50K 11 GVW 4W Cab Ut 32,000.00 5,000.00 27,000.00 1,380.00 4/07 ATM A50L 11 GVW 4W Cab Ut 32,000.00 5,000.00 27,000.00 1,380.00 4/07 ATM A50P I IGVW 4wd Utilit 32,000.00 5,000.00 27,000.00 1,380.00 4/07 ATM A51C Concord School S 850,000.00 50,000.00 800,000.00 35,187.50 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump 850,000.00 50,000.00 800,000.00 35,187.50 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SIZE 2958 CW -06 -26 2,151,000.24 107,305.00 2,043,695.24 41,946.95 4/06 ATM A30 L Stormwater Planning (Beaver Dam) SIZE 2956 CW -06 -21 1 260,705.37 1 1 13,005.94 1 247,699.43 1 5,084.04 A 4/06 ATM A30 11 SSES SIZE 2940 CW -06 -22 340,693.81 16,995.39 323,698.42 6,643.92 4/06 ATM A30 MM Water St. Sewer Replacement SIZE 2957 CW -06 -25 5,535,844.24 276,161.21 5,259,683.03 107,955.27 ATM03 A15M Comp Sewer Main Study 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 212.50 ATM04 A27 Boiler Replacement - Walsh School 0.00 0.00 4/05 ATM A26A Pedestrian Ramps 7,000.00 1,000.00 6,000.00 235.00 4/05 ATM A26E Beach Strmwater Mgnmt 80,000.00 40,000.00 40,000.00 1,700.00 4/05 ATM A21P Bowditch Athletic Crap 8,000.00 2,000.00 6,000.00 255.00 4/06 ATM A30 A Engine 2 Fire Pumper 31,000.00 4,000.00 27,000.00 1,090.00 4/06 ATM A30 C Communications Cabling 135,000.00 20,000.00 115,000.00 4,450.00 4/06 ATM A30 D Memorial Building Boiler Replacement 715,000.00 45,000.00 670,000.00 28,125.00 4/06 ATM A30 E Pearl Street Garage T truss Caulking 13,000.00 1,000.00 12,000.00 488.76 4/06 ATM A30 F McAuliffe Branch Renovation 21,000.00 2,000.00 19,000.00 773.76 4/06 ATM A30 K PC Mobile Laptops 8,000.00 2,000.00 6,000.00 205.00 4/06 ATM A30 L Stormwater Planning (Beaver Dam) SIZE 2956 21,000.00 7,000.00 14,000.00 507.50 4/06 ATM A30 T Final Stage Boiler Replacements, 5 Schools 2,000.00 1,000.00 1,000.00 42.50 4/06 ATM A30 U Town Voice Mail /Telephone Upgrade 20,000.00 10,000.00 10,000.00 425.00 4/06 ATM A30 V Tercentennial Park Phase 3 139,000.00 13,000.00 126,000.00 5,083.76 4/07 ATM A19 Hollis St Comm 50,000.00 20,000.00 30,000.00 1,150.00 4/08 ATM A44P Emergency Generators 195,000.00 65,000.00 130,000.00 4,712.50 2/07 STM A5 Fuller Audtrium Cc 303,000.00 24,000.00 279,000.00 11,751.26 4/07 ATM A18 Vllge H11,Edgl Li 268,000.00 16,000.00 252,000.00 10,595.00 4/07 ATM A49C Main Libr - Parkin 45,000.00 15,000.00 30,000.00 1,087.50 4/07 ATM A49D Main Libr Rest & 58,000.00 4,000.00 54,000.00 2,256.26 4/07 ATM A49E Replace SCBA Uni 295,000.00 30,000.00 265,000.00 10,750.00 4/07 ATM A49F Replace Engine 3 390,000.00 40,000.00 350,000.00 14,200.00 4/07 ATM A49G Replace Maint Tr 32,000.00 16,000.00 16,000.00 680.00 4/07 ATM A49KNevins Hall Stag 250,000.00 15,000.00 235,000.00 9,875.00 4/07 ATM A49T Callahan Phase 3 424,000.00 41,000.00 383,000.00 15,701.54 04/07 ATM A50U Arena Condenser 18,000.00 9,000.00 9,000.00 382.50 4/07 ATM A49X Winch Grandstand 125,000.00 11,000.00 114,000.00 4,62176 4/07 ATM A49BB Comm Center Upg 225,000.00 30,000.00 195,000.00 7,800.00 4/07 ATM A49EE 40K GVW Dmp Bdy 45,000.00 5,000.00 40,000.00 1,625.00 4/07 ATM A49GG 40GVW Dump & PI 45,000.00 5,000.00 40,000.00 1,625.00 4/07 ATM A49HH 35K GVW Aerial 140,000.00 20,000.00 120,000.00 4,787.50 4/07 ATM A4911 40K GVW Dump & 40,000.00 5,000.00 35,000.00 1,425.00 4/07 ATM A49JJ 8800 GVW Pickup 3,000.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 72.50 4/07 ATM A497L 68K Refuse Pack 170,000.00 20,000.00 150,000.00 6,175.00 4/07 ATM A49MM 15k 4WD Cab Rae 4,000.00 1,000.00 3,000.00 102.50 4/07 ATM A49O0 Fuller Auditori 53,000.00 4,000.00 49,000.00 2,063.76 4/07 ATM A49RR Fire Alarm McCa 52,000.00 26,000.00 26,000.00 1,105.00 4/07 ATM A49UU Pub Safety Syst 30,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 600.00 4/07 ATM A49WW Bombadier Sidew 60,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 1,275.00 4/07 ATM A49XX Frnt End Loader 14,000.00 3,000.00 11,000.00 457.50 4/07 ATM A49YY Thayer Campus P 100,000.00 10,000.00 90,000.00 3,731.26 4/07 ATM A49ZZ Sidewalk Access 14,000.00 7,000.00 7,000.00 297.50 4/07 ATM A50M Electronic Messg 18,000.00 1 1 9,000.00 1 9,000.00 1 382.50 M 4/08 ATM At Edgl Lib Acdemy Vill R 529,000.00 32,000.00 497,000.00 20,866.26 04/08 ATM A44A COMBINED TWN BLDGS 1, 2, 358,700.00 23,700.00 335,000.00 12,750.98 04/08 ATM A44B REPLCE RESCUE TRUCK 1 530,000.00 135,000.00 395,000.00 13,163.33 04/08 ATM A44E BOWDITCH MASTER PLANS 1,2,3 7,900,000.00 570,000.00 7,330,000.00 272,864.93 4/08 ATM A44F TORO Groundmaster Mow 51,000.00 18,000.00 33,000.00 1,222.50 4/08 ATM A44G Police Locker Room 54,000.00 10,000.00 44,000.00 1,812.50 04/08 ATM A44H PRISONER PROCESSING 1, 2 147,115.00 52,115.00 95,000.00 3,432.74 4/08 ATM A44K Roadway Improve 2009 215,000.00 75,000.00 140,000.00 5,175.00 4/08 ATM A44L Sidewalk Improv 2009 60,000.00 20,000.00 40,000.00 1,450.00 4/08 ATM A44M Refuse Packer & Plow 175,000.00 15,000.00 160,000.00 6,487.50 4/08 ATM A44N DDC Energy Controls 2 105,000.00 35,000.00 70,000.00 2,537.50 04/08 ATM A447 TOWN WIDE PERMITS, 1,2 315,267.00 110,267.00 205,000.00 7,285.05 04/08 ATM A44R WIRELESS ACESS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY 282,523.00 97,523.00 185,000.00 6,532.26 4/08 ATM A46A 4Wheel Drive C&C/Plw 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 925.00 4/08 ATM A46H 4Wd C &C Utility Bdy /P 30,000.00 5,000.00 25,000.00 925.00 04/08 ATM A 47J SEWER SYST EVAL PHASE 3 50,000.00 10,000.00 40,000.00 1,396.11 4/07 ATM A5 IF Sewer Sys Evalua CW -07 -25 402,607.77 18,768.98 383,838.79 7,969.36 MPAT Nov 6, 2003/05 CW -02 -24 223,909.86 13,729.88 210,179.98 6,291.60 ATMO1 A25 Park St Drainage 46,000.00 4,000.00 42,000.00 1,635.00 ATMO2 A21S Vaillencourt Pump 57,000.00 6,000.00 51,000.00 1,942.50 10/04 STM A13 High School Prog 1,803,000.00 113,000.00 1,690,000.00 63,936.26 4/06 ATM A30 KK Pump Station Replacement SIZE 2958 116,000.00 7,000.00 109,000.00 4,147.50 4/07 ATM A51J Wastewater Pump CW 07 27MWPAT 272,679.99 24,072.12 248,607.87 5,183.45 04/09 ATM A39A MCAULIFFE LIBRARY RENOVATIONS 67,515.00 7,515.00 60,000.00 2,268.98 04/09 ATM 39B FIRE RADIO COMM UPGRADE 239,600.00 64,600.00 175,000.00 5,925.49 04/09 ATM A39D MEM BLDG UPGRADE MACHINES RM 1, 11 90,000.00 10,000.00 80,000.00 2,916.88 04/09 ATM 39E REPLACE HEATING PIPES 20,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 498.61 04/09 ATM A39F MAYNARD /MEM BLDG IMPROVES 1, 11 1,555,000.00 80,000.00 1,475,000.00 56,131.15 4/09 ATM A39G F350 Stak 30,000.00 8,000.00 22,000.00 740.00 04/09 ATM A39H CUSHING MEMORIAL PARK 200,000.00 15,000.00 185,000.00 6,887.07 04/09 ATM A39I LORING INFRARED SPECTATOR HEATING 80,412.00 20,412.00 60,000.00 2,002.66 04/09 ATM A39K COMMUN UPGRADE FRAM HIGH 30,000.00 10,000.00 20,000.00 698.06 4/09 ATM A39J Plygrd Equ 24,000.00 6,000.00 18,000.00 600.00 4/09 ATM A39L 15K Dump 92,922.00 28,922.00 64,000.00 2,264.42 04/09 ATM39M RRC ROOF REPLACEMENT SUPPL 100,000.00 5,000.00 95,000.00 3,621.17 04/09 ATM A39N MECHANICAL REPAIRS TO HIGHWAY LOADER 45,000.00 15,000.00 30,000.00 1,096.94 4/09 ATM A39O Roadway Im 675,000.00 75,000.00 600,000.00 24,187.50 04/09 ATM A39P SIDEWALK ACCESSABILTIY IMPROVEMENTS 100,000.00 15,000.00 85,000.00 3,091.39 4/09 ATM A39Q Refuse Pck 179,000.00 45,000.00 134,000.00 4,470.00 04/09 ATM A39X IP PHONE & SECURITY SYS SCHOOL DIST 840,721.00 210,721.00 630,000.00 20,956.05 04/09 ATM A 39Y DDC ENERGY CONSERV CNTRLS 188,258.00 13,258.00 175,000.00 6,696.51 4/09 ATM A39Z Undergmd TANK REMOVAL 139,000.00 28,000.00 111,000.00 3,885.56 4/09 ATM A39AA Emrgy Gen 118,000.00 30,000.00 88,000.00 2,940.00 4/09 ATM A39BB ADA Upgrd 285,000.00 15,000.00 270,000.00 10,293.76 4/09 ATM A39CC Brck Wl F FULLER MIDDLE SCHOOL 47,000.00 7,000.00 40,000.00 1,457.50 4/09 ATM A40A 157 Servic 1 22,000.00 1 1 6,000.00 16,000.00 540.00 � 04/09 ATM 40G RTE 9 WATER REPLACE 900,000.00 225,000.00 675,000.00 22,437.50 4/09 ATM A41 Backhoe 100,000.00 25,000.00 75,000.00 2,500.00 4/09 ATM A41B 15 Body 21,000.00 9,000.00 12,000.00 499.72 4/09 ATM A41C Utility 62,000.00 17,000.00 45,000.00 1,520.00 04/09 ATM A41H SCADA YEAR 3 350,000.00 90,000.00 260,000.00 8,675.83 04/09 ATM A41K RTE 9 SEWER REPLACEMENT DESIGN 450,000.00 115,000.00 335,000.00 11,168.89 4/07 ATM A49B Main Lib Door & 40,000.00 4,000.00 36,000.00 1,342.50 4/07 ATM A49J Memorial Bldg St 185,000.00 14,000.00 171,000.00 6,537.50 4/07 ATM A49L Maynard Chimney 444,000.00 24,000.00 420,000.00 16,016.26 4/07 ATM A49N Generator Callah 45,000.00 24,000.00 21,000.00 930.00 4/07 ATM A49P Old Sr Ctr Roof 35,000.00 3,000.00 32,000.00 1,202.50 4/07 ATM A49Q Maynard Window G 182,000.00 12,000.00 170,000.00 6,406.26 4/07 ATM A49R Maynard F &R Door 20,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 572.50 04/07 ATM A49S ADA PHASE 1 COMPLIANCE MUNI BLDGS 228,000.00 18,000.00 210,000.00 7,944.12 4/07 ATM A49CC Sucker Brk Drai 19,000.00 10,000.00 9,000.00 400.00 4/07 ATM A49PP McCarthy School 25,000.00 5,000.00 20,000.00 612.50 4/07 ATM A51E SCADA Improve/Wi 241,000.00 108,000.00 133,000.00 5,070.00 04/07 ATM 51F SEWER SYST EVAL PHASE 2 65,000.00 15,000.00 50,000.00 1,745.14 4/07 ATM A51K Herbert St Sewer CW -07 -27 1,689,336.01 234,368.14 67,393.87 1,856,310.28 33,142.21 4/07 ATM A51K Herbert St Sewer (Amended 10/27/09) 47,000.00 3,000.00 44,000.00 1,637.50 4/08 ATM At Edgl Lib Acdemy Vill R 46,000.00 3,000.00 43,000.00 1,645.00 4/08 ATM A44C Main Library Renovati 125,000.00 8,000.00 117,000.00 4,442.50 4/08 ATM A44D McAuliffe Lib Renvtn 65,000.00 5,000.00 60,000.00 2,301.26 05110 ATM A8 RECYCLING BINS 723,000.00 148,000.00 575,000.00 20,104.00 05/10 ATM A24A REPLACE SHIFT COMMAND CRUISER 41,511.00 11,511.00 30,000.00 1,077.22 05110 ATM A24B REPLACE TURNOUT GEAR 291,300.00 61,300.00 230,000.00 8,053.57 05110 ATM A24E BOBCAT S185 SKID ST LOADER 61,036.00 16,036.00 45,000.00 1,616.22 05/10 ATM A24G POLICE COMM UPGRADE 98,100.00 13,100.00 85,000.00 3,203.08 05110 ATM A24H ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 500,000.00 50,000.00 450,000.00 16,952.78 05/10 ATM A24J SANDER UNDERBODY SCRAPER 57,620.00 17,620.00 40,000.00 1,548.09 05110 ATM A24K MAPLE ST CULVERT ST REPAIRS 188,108.00 13,108.00 175,000.00 6,699.75 05110 ATM A24X MUNI DATA STOR UPGRADE 163,771.00 38,771.00 125,000.00 4,462.99 05/ 10 ATM A24O DDC ENERGY CNTRL PHASE 4 340,000.00 20,000.00 320,000.00 12,159.88 05110 ATM A24P BARBIERI COOPER ROOF 185,000.00 10,000.00 175,000.00 6,637.77 05/10 ATM A24R ADA UPGRADES 299,000.00 19,000.00 280,000.00 10,737.59 05110 ATM A24S SCHOOL TECH UPGRADES 140,000.00 30,000.00 110,000.00 3,839.31 05110 ATM A24T SCHOOL BURNERS /BOILERS REPLACE 170,000.00 10,000.00 160,000.00 6,039.43 05/06 atm art 30mm & 05/07 atm art 5 l Water St. Sewer Replacement Cw- 06 -25 -A 1,856,829.00 1,451,094.36 1,856,829.00 1,451,094.36 36,373.91 05/09 ATM A 41D MWPAT CWS -09 -17 EAST FRAMINGHAM SEWER IMPROVE 8,451,817.00 21,902,317.00 347,150.00 30,006,984.00 165,564.84 05/09 ATM A39W &41E MWPAT CWS -09 -11 5,372,143.00 3,602,203.49 5,372,143.00 3,602,203.49 105,236.31 05/07 ATM A51J MWPAT CW 07 27 A 280,054.00 180,130.31 280,054.00 180,130.31 5,486.05 05/07 ATM A5 1J MWPAT CWS 07 27 A 3,460,088.00 0.00 554,372.09 2,905,715.91 67,780.56 05/08 ATM 47 J SSE MWPAT CW 09 29 325,000.00 295,572.76 325,000.00 295,572.76 6,366.51 MWPAT CW 09 30 450,000.00 298,251.41 450,000.00 298,251.41 8,815.17 MWPAT CW 06 25B 89,208.00 89,208.00 0.00 1,739.66 MWPAT CW 06 26A 171,487.00 118,677.58 171,487.00 118,677.58 3,344.19 67 04/08 ATM A46I GRANT ST WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT 153,750.00 18,750.00 135,000.00 5,191.79 04/08 ATM A46I POND ST WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT 276,575.00 26,575.00 250,000.00 9,367.91 05110 ATM A 26A MWPAT CWP -10 -18 05110 ATM A26C CWP -10 -17 05/08 ATM 47J CW -08 -26 1,353,197.00 1,353,197.00 392,248.00 392,248.00 525,000.00 525,000.00 05/09 ATM A41M MWRA LOAN 424,932.75 424,932.75 MWPAT 07 25B 6,466.00 6,466.00 0.00 TOTAL 80,361,158.70 30,784,458.80 16,842,138.40 94,303,479.10 2,313,869.49 Long Term Debt Outstanding Retirements Outstanding Interest' Outside the Debt Limit Report by Issuance July 1, 2011 + New Debt Issued June 30,' 2012 Paid in FY2012 STM 4/97 Al Woodrow Wilson 7,040,500.00 916,000.00 6,124,500.00 200,654.26 ATM99 A3 I A Cameron School 8,163,500.00 996,000.00 7,167,500.00 232,659.76 McCarthy School Al STM 5/93 2,599,000.00 628,000.00 1,971,000.00 97,656.00 ATMO1 Special Assessment Carter, Woodstock, Doeskin Drive 15,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 562.50 ATMO2A21Y Main Rehab 86,818.00 86,818.00 0.00 ATMO1 Special Assessment Carter, Woodstock, Doeskin Drive 55,000.00 5,000.00 50,000.00 2,107.50 ATMO2 A21Y Main Rehab /Reline 180,000.00 15,000.00 165,000.00 6,982.50 ATM03 At 51, Water Service Replace 10,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 333.76 ATMO1 Special Assessment Carter, Woodstock, Doeskin Drive 1,170,000.00 90,000.00 1,080,000.00 44,437.46 ATMO2 A21Y Main Rehab /Reline 130,000.00 10,000.00 120,000.00 4,937.50 ATM03 A15K Water Main Replacement 660,000.00 55,000.00 605,000.00 25,087.50 ATM03 At 51, Water Service Replace 15,000.00 15,000.00 0.00 615.00 ATM04 A32 Doeskin Betterment 200,000.00 20,000.00 180,000.00 7,556.26 ATM04 A27 Water - Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 235,000.00 20,000.00 215,000.00 8,875.00 ATM04 A27 Water - Franklin Street Water Main Replacement 700,000.00 50,000.00 650,000.00 27,000.00 4/04 ATM 210 C&L Grove St Water Mains 140,000.00 10,000.00 130,000.00 5,400.00 4/04 ATM A21R Carter Dr Water Main Replacement 140,000.00 10,000.00 130,000.00 5,400.00 4/04 ATM A21Y Replacement Hydrants 160,000.00 40,000.00 120,000.00 5,900.00 4/04 ATM A2 IN Wtr Franklin St Ph 11 388,866.00 144,900.00 243,966.00 4/04 ATM 210 C&L Grove St Water Mns 190,734.00 0.00 0.00 190,734.00 4/05 ATM A26EE Water Mains 999,550.00 199,910.00 799,640.00 4/04 ATM 210 C&L Grove St Water Mns 510,000.00 0.00 35,000.00 475,000.00 21,170.00 4/04 ATM A21Q Wtr Sytm Mngmnt Ph 11 225,000.00 15,000.00 210,000.00 9,345.00 4/04 ATM A21R Carter Dr Wtr Mn Rplc 670,000.00 45,000.00 625,000.00 27,822.50 4/04 ATM A21Z Birch Rd Well Reactvt 70,000.00 12,000.00 58,000.00 2,920.00 4/05 ATM A26X Birch Road Well React 223,000.00 13,000.00 210,000.00 9,305.00 4/05 ATM A26Y WJ Heights Station Up 100,000.00 20,000.00 80,000.00 4,200.00 4/05 ATM A26Z Hydrant Replacement 90,000.00 25,000.00 65,000.00 3,600.00 4/05 ATM A26X Birch Road Well React 255,000.00 15,000.00 240,000.00 10,556.26 04/08 ATM A46F WTR MN REPLACE PROSPECT ST 1,900,000.00 95,000.00 1,805,000.00 68,802.11 04/08 ATM A46G WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT VAR LOC 335,000.00 1 20,000.00 315,000.00 11,960.44 4/08 ATM A46M Goodnow Wtr Tank Cnst 833,000.00 55,000.00 778,000.00 29,578.76 4/08 ATM A46N Brigham Rd Wtr Cnstrc 233,000.00 25,000.00 208,000.00 7,976.26 W: 04/08 ATM A47I CENTRAL ST SIPHON REPLACE 1, 2, 794,000.00 49,000.00 745,000.00 28,419.59 4/05 ATM A26EE Water Mains 70,000.00 5,000.00 65,000.00 2,675.00 4/06 ATM A30 AA Cove Avenue Water Main Replacement 797,000.00 43,000.00 754,000.00 28,697.79 4/06 ATM A30 BB Fay Road Water Main Replacement 919,000.00 51,000.00 868,000.00 32,984.89 4/06 ATM A30 CC Waverly Street Water Main Replacement 523,000.00 32,000.00 491,000.00 18,801.88 4/07 ATM A50B Cove Ave Wtr Rpl 958,000.00 53,000.00 905,000.00 34,505.00 4/07 ATM A50C Fay Rd Area Wtr 954,000.00 51,000.00 903,000.00 34,425.00 4/07 ATM A50D Waverly St Wtr M 480,000.00 27,000.00 453,000.00 17,248.76 4/07 ATM A50E Grove St Pump St 265,000.00 15,000.00 250,000.00 9,511.26 4/07 ATM A50G Automated Meter 1,138,675.00 140,675.00 998,000.00 39,253.46 4/07 ATM A500 W Heights Bster 724,000.00 40,000.00 684,000.00 26,051.26 04/09 ATM A39S STREAM GUAGES 75,000.00 10,000.00 65,000.00 2,293.61 05/07 ATM A50Q BIRCH RD REACT 1,2, 1,400,000.00 75,000.00 1,325,000.00 50,390.89 05/09 ATM A40C CONCORD ST WATER MAIN REPL 1,2, 1,700,000.00 85,000.00 1,615,000.00 61,559.78 05/09 ATM A40D WATER HYDRANT REPLACE 100,000.00 15,000.00 85,000.00 3,091.39 05/09 ATM A40H WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT VAR LOC 200,000.00 10,000.00 190,000.00 7,242.33 05/09 ATM A41F CONCORD ST SEWER REPLACE 1, 2, 1,900,000.00 95,000.00 1,805,000.00 68,802.11 05/09 ATM A41I SEWER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOC 200,000.00 10,000.00 190,000.00 7,242.33 05/09 ATM A41J GRANT & POND St sewer replace 270,000.00 15,000.00 255,000.00 9,660.59 04/08 ATM A47F COVE AREA SEWER MAIN REPLACE 1,2,3 1,753,050.00 93,050.00 1,660,000.00 63,315.89 04/07 ATM A51G EAST FRAMINGHAM SEWER PROJ 1,708,500.00 93,500.00 1,615,000.00 61,504.93 04/07 ATM A5 1H AUTOMATED METER READING 1, 2,3 1,255,450.00 395,450.00 860,000.00 29,776.06 04/09 ATM 39C FIRE HQ DRAINAGE REPAIR 1, 2 130,000.00 15,000.00 115,000.00 4,319.22 TOTAL 47,037,643.00 0.00 5,115,303.00 41,922,340.00 1,525,174.35 Short Term Debt Report by Issuance Outstanding + Issued Retired Outstanding Interest' July 1,', 2011 June 30,, 2012 Paid in FY2012 31017 5100 ATM A25Q Park St Drainage 228,000.00 228,000.00 228,000.00 228,000.00 6,802.00 31747 4/07 ATM A49TT Web Content Mgt Syst 95,000.00 71,332.00 95,000.00 370,000.00 71,332.00 2,834.17 31810 4/08 ATM A44I Saxonville Levy Accre 370,000.00 249,101.00 249,101.00 11,038.33 04/08 ATM A46B GROVE ST WATER PUMP 1,500,000.00 1,770,000.00 1,500,000.00 1,770,000.00 44,750.00 31823 4/08 ATM A46D Water St Main Constrc 8,252,150.00 8,363,713.00 8,252,150.00 2,500,000.00 110,000.00 141,750.00 8,363,713.00 246,189.14 31830 4/08 ATM A46K Birch Rd Well React 2,500,000.00 2,473,322.00 2,473,322.00 74,583.33 318314/08 ATM A46L Choutea & LaSalle Wtr 110,000.00 108,618.00 108,618.00 3,281.67 31836 4/08 ATM A46Q Concord St Wtr Rplcmn 141,750.00 140,493.00 140,493.00 4,228.87 04/08 ATM A47A NORTH FRAM PUMP STATION REPLACE 400,000.00 792,500.00 948,331.00 400,000.00 792,500.00 11,933.33 31845 4/08 ATM A47E Farm Pd Interceptor C 755,000.00 755,000.00 1,700,000.00 948,331.00 22,524.17 31847 4/08 ATM A47G Prospect St A Swr Rpl 1,700,000.00 1,693,998.00 1,693,998.00 50,716.67 5/07 ATM A51B Water St Sewer Main Replacement & Greg Rd 807,477.00 807,477.00 807,477.00 807,477.00 24,089.73 05/09 ATM 39R McAdams Drainage Improvements 20,000.00 3,781.00 20,000.00 3,781.00 596.67 05/09 ATM ART 39T Pearl Harbor Dr Stormwater 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 2,983.33 05/09 ATM ART 39U Carter Drive Outfall Repair 120,000.00 120,000.00 120,000.00 120,000.00 3,580.00 05/09 ATM ART 39DD Network Infrastructure improvements 150,000.00 180,000.00 150,000.00 180,000.00 4,475.00 05/09 ATM ART 40B Birch Rd Well 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 59,666.67 05/09 ATM ART 40C Concord St Water Main 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 8,950.00 05/09 ATM ART 40E State St Water Replcement 550,000.00 550,000.00 550,000.00 550,000.00 16,408.33 2 • 05/09 ATM ART 40F Pearl Harbor Dr Water Mains 200,000.00 505,000.00 200,000.00 505,000.00 5,966.67 05/09 ATM ART 40I Chouteau & Lasalle Water Mains 800,000.00 800,000.00 800,000.00 800,000.00 23,866.67 05/09 ATM ART 40J Coburn St Water Main 1,350,000.00 1,350,000.00 1,350,000.00 1,350,000.00 40,275.00 05/09 ATM ART 41F Concord St Sewer Main replacement 580,000.00 580,000.00 580,000.00 580,000.00 17,303.33 05/09 ATM ART 41G State St Sewer Replacement 900,000.00 900,000.00 900,000.00 900,000.00 26,850.00 05/09 / ATM 41 1. Lakeview Pumn Station 0.00 15.000.00 2,000,000.00 15.000.00 59,666.67 05/09 ATM A 41M COBURN ST SEWER 1,350,000.00 1,227,395.00 1,350,000.00 1,227,395.00 40,275.00 05/09 ATM ART 41D Srf Cw 09 -17 East Framingham Sewer Improvement 25,652,743.00 4,900,000.00 110,000.00 25,652,743.00 1 4,900,000.00 1 35,940.04 12/09 ATM Art 12 CWS -09 -11 Central St Sipohon 0.00 400,000.00 110,000.00 100,000.00 05/10 ATM A 24 LIBRARY GENERATOR 01/26/2010 ATM A2 TECH PARK WATER 05/10 ATM A24H ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 05110 ATM A24I SIDEWALK/ACCESSABILITY 05110 ATM 24U MEMORIAL BLDG REPAIRS 05110 ATM A24W LIBRARY GARAGE IMPROVEMENTS 05110 ATM 25A NORTH CONCORD ST WATER MAIN REPLACE 05110 ATM A25B GRANT & POND ST WATER MAIN 05110 ATM 25E IRVING,LORING, HERBERT ST INTERSECT WATER 05110 ATM A25F WATER HYDRANT & GATE VALVE REPLACE 05110 ATM 25G WATER MAIN REPLACE- VARIOUS LOCATIONS 05110 ATM A26A GRANT & POND ST SEWER REPLACE 05110 ATM A26D SEWER MAIN REPLACE VARIOUS LOCATIONS 01 /11 STM A2 STAPLETON WINDOWS 05110 ATM A 26A MWPAT CWP -10 -18 INTERIM LOAN 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 895.00 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 1,500,000.00 44,750.00 400,000.00 400,000.00 400,000.00 400,000.00 11,933.33 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 2,983.33 407,038.00 407,038.00 407,038.00 407,038.00 12,143.30 70,000.00 70,000.00 70,000.00 70,000.00 2,088.33 2,000,000.00 2,200,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,200,000.00 59,666.67 50,000.00 50,000.00 50,000.00 50,000.00 1,491.67 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 4,475.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 4,475.00 100,000.00 200,000.00 100,000.00 200,000.00 2,983.33 1,800,000.00 1,800,000.00 1,800,000.00 1,800,000.00 53,700.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 5,966.67 431,562.00 431,562.00 431,562.00 431,562.00 12,874.93 1,724,924.00 1,724,924.00 0.00 2,079.92 05110 ATM A26B Tech Park Easement Acquisition 50,000.00 50,000.00 05110 ATM A26C CWP -10 -17 INTERIM LOAN 500,000.00 05/08 ATM 47J CW -08 -26 INTERIM LOAN 525,000.00 1 05/10 ATM 24C Replace Engine #7 0.00 05110 ATM A24F PLAYGROUND 0.00 05/10 ATM A241 Wicktord Road Bridge - Evaluation & Rehabilitation Design 1 05110 ATM A 24M Beaver Dam Brook/Farm Pond Phase I -High Risk Structure Replacement 500,000.00 0.00 309.40 525,000.00 0.00 1,004.98 227,440.45 227,440.45 63,338.00 63,338.00 80,000.00 80,000.00 80,000.00 80,000.00 05110 ATM A24N IP Phone & Security 368,941.98 368,941.98 05/10 ATM A240 DDC Energy Consery ( Barbeiri School) 34,949.00 34,949.00 05110 ATM A24Q Barbeiri Elementary School 05110 ATM A24V Main Library Building Improvements 515,051.00 515,051.00 33,507.00 33,507.00 05110 ATM A257 Tech Park Easement Acquisition 50,000.00 50,000.00 cw 07 25b 0.00 14.28 5/19/2011 ATM A31B REPLACE DEFIBRILATORS 5/19/2011 ATM A31C REPLACE MULTIHAZARD GAS METERS 5/19/2011 ATM A31D LIBRARY GARAGE REPAIRS 5/19/2011 ATM A31E LIBRARY WINDOW REPLACEMENT & REPAIRS 5/19/2011 ATM A31G LIBRARY DESIGN FOR HANDICAP 5/19/2011 ATM A31H F250 4x4 REG CAB PICKUP 5/19/2011 ATM A31J BEACH DOCK REPLACEMENT PHASE 1 5/19/2011 ATM A3 I K BUTTERWORTH PHASE I TENNIS LIGHTING 5/19/2011 ATM A31L PC MOBILE LABTOP REPLACEMENT 28,545.00 28,545.00 25,067.00 25,067.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 95,000.00 95,000.00 28,671.00 28,671.00 26,763.00 26,763.00 36,816.00 36,816.00 23,531.00 1 1 23,531.00 152,414.00 1 1 152,414.00 70 5/19/2011 ATM A31M INGROUND FUEL TANK MONITORING SYST 5/19/2011 ATM A3 10 BRUSH CHIPPER # 481 5/19/2011 ATM A31P 4WD HD CAB & CHASSIS W /PICKUP BODY & PLOW # 402 5/19/2011 ATM A31Q 4WD HD CAB & CHASSIS W /PICKUP BODY & PLOW # 502 5/19/2011 ATM A31R 4WD HD CAB & CHASSIS W/ UTILITY BODY 5/19/2011 ATM A3 IS 15K GVW 4WD CAB & CHASSIS W /DUMP 5/19/2011 ATM A3 IT HEAVY DUTY 4WD CAB & CHASSIS W PICKUP 5/19/2011 ATM A3 1U 4000 GVW CAB & CHASSIS # 465 5/19/2011 ATM A31 V SIDEWALK TRACTOR W SNOW PLOW & SNOW BLOWER 5/19/2011 ATM A3 1W SIDEWALK TRACTOR W SNOW PLOW & SNOW BLOWER 5/19/2011 ATM A3 IX 15000 GVW 4WD CAB & CHASSIS W DUMP BODY 5/19/2011 ATM A31Y ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS 5/19/2011 ATM A3 1Z SIDEWALK ACCESS IMPROVE PHASE 2 5/19/2011 ATM A31AA FRONT END LOADER 5/19/2011 ATM A31BB 40,000 GVW 4WD UNDERBIDY SCRAPER # 423 5/19/2011 ATM A31CC 2 WING PLOWS FOR EXISTING VEHICLES 5/19/2011 ATM A31FF HEAVY DUTY 4WD CAB & CHASSIS 5/19/2011 ATM A31GG TECH UPGRADE THROUGHOUT DISTRICT 5/19/2011 ATM A31HH DCC ENERGY CONSERV PROGRAM 5/19/2011 ATM A3 III ROOFTOP AHU'S & VENTILATION EQUIPMENT 5/19/2011 ATM A31JJ ADA UPGRADES TO CURBS SIDEWALKS SCHOOLS 5/19/2011 ATM A31KK PAVING REPLACEMENT -ALL SCHOOLS 5/19/2011 ATM A3 ILL NEW EMERGENCY GENERATOR 5/19/2011 ATM A31MM ADA COMPLIANT PLAYGROUND 5/19/2011 ATM A3 INN ADA NEW BATHROOM 5/19/2011 ATM A3 100 CONSTRUCTION PARKING LOT BARBEIRI SCHOOL 5/19/2011 ATM A3 I QQ TOWN BUILDINGS 5/19/2011 ATM A32SS MUNIS FINANCIAL SYSTEM UPGRADE 5/19/2011 ATM A3 ITT MOBILE FIELD INSPECTIONS 5/19/2011 ATM A31UU ASSET MANAGEMENT 5/19/2011 ATM A32E 40 GVW PLOW # 631 5/19/2011 ATM A32F DOWNTOWN WATER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 5/19/2011 ATM A32H WATER HYDRANT & GATE VALVE REPLACEMENTS 5/19/2011 ATM A32J WATER MAIN REPLACEMENTS VARIOUS LOCATIONS 5/19/2011 ATM A33D DOWNTOWN SEWER UTILITY IMPROVEMENTS 5/19/2011 ATM A33H IRVING, HERBERT, LORING SEWER ASSESSMENT 25,000.00 25,000.00 102,000.00 102,000.00 42,449.00 42,449.00 42,449.00 42,449.00 53,969.00 53,969.00 42,778.00 42,778.00 53,969.00 53,969.00 219,697.00 219,697.00 132,540.00 132,540.00 147,860.00 147,860.00 64,242.00 64,242.00 1,600,000.00 1,600,000.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 58,952.00 58,952.00 219,697.00 219,697.00 47,360.00 47,360.00 42,449.00 42,449.00 400,000.00 400,000.00 387,589.00 387,589.00 238,603.00 238,603.00 300,000.00 300,000.00 448,541.00 448,541.00 104,397.00 104,397.00 134,411.00 134,411.00 8,939.00 8,939.00 165,635.00 165,635.00 311,216.00 311,216.00 60,000.00 60,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 28,857.00 28,857.00 219,661.00 219,661.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 138,247.00 138,247.00 150,000.00 150,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 1 100,000.00 100,000.00 05/19/2011 AT A33I SEWER MAIN REPLACMENT VARIOUS LOCATIONS 195,000.00 195,000.00 05/192011 ATM A33F CWP 1123 INTERIM MWPAT LOAN 3,142,896.00 3,142,896.00 TOTAL 1 61,070,644.00 50,721,098.43 61,070,644.00 50,721,098.43 1,013,943.26 71 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Board of Assessors Memorial Building, Rm 1011508-532-5415 1 assessing @framinghamma.gov The Board of Assessors' annual report for calendar year 2011 with statistics from Fiscal Year 2012 is as follows: Because of the values established in Fiscal Year 2012, we received 1,314 abatement applications. These applications represented 6.39% of the total tax bills issued for Fiscal Year 2012. In Fiscal Year 2013 the residential class contributed $11.4 million dollars in new value. This growth was attributed to improvements made to the residential inventory during 2012 including new construction, remodeling and additions completed during the year. classes in Fiscal Year 2012. The Fiscal Year tax rates are: Residential - $16.94 and Commercial, Industrial and Personal Property - $38.05. PROPERTY AND TAXES ASSESSED AS OF Fiscal Year 2012 (7/1/11 — 6/30/12) Fiscal Year 2013 Tax Rates: RESIDENTIAL $17.84 COMMERCIAL $39.98 FY 2013 VALUATIONS: REAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY Assessed Value - $7,268,634,368 Taxes Levied - $167,023,642 Commercial, Industrial and Personal Property growth added $11.4 million dollars of new taxable improvements to the Commercial /Industrial /Personal Property tax base. I would like to thank the Board of Assessors members Mrs. Kathryn Pierce, MAA & Mr. Arthur Holmes, MAA for their work throughout the Fiscal Year. Additionally I would like to thank the Assessing Department staff for all their hard work throughout the year. Also, I would like to thank Mr. James Sullivan, Esquire for his legal assistance. After making a presentation to the Board of Selectmen on December 19, 2012 for the Fiscal year 2012 Tax Rate Classification Hearing, the Board voted to adopt a 75% shift in values of the Commercial, Industrial and Personal Property classes of property to maintain the share of the tax levy borne by these FISCAL YEAR 2012 MOTOR VEHICLE ASSESSED 2009 BILLS AND TAXES COMMITTED IN FY 2011 (2) Committed - $786.25 2010 BILLS AND TAXES COMMITTED IN FY 2011 (13) Committed - $1,539.27 2011 BILLS AND TAXES COMMITTED IN FY 2011 (8,448) Committed - $640,421.84 2012 BILLS AND TAXES COMMITTED IN FY 2011 (56,946) Committed - $6,302,156.05 FISCAL YEAR 2012 ABATEMENTS AND EXEMPTIONS GRANTED (7/1/2011 —6/30/2012) Finance 72 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report CATEGORY GRANTED TAX TAX DEFERRALS (CLAIA) (18) ABATED $77,391.53 ELDERLY (41C) (37) REAL ESTATE (504) $18,500 $1,011,614.48 WIDOW OF POLICE (CL.42) (1) SURVIVING SPOUSE (17D) (27) $6,233.92 $4,725.00 VETERANS (CL.22A -P) (245) FY 2012 REAL ESTATE $136,491.66 ABATEMENTS GRANTED: BLIND (37A) (40) (Includes five year history of abatements $20,000 for properties abated in 2011) Finance 73 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 2009 3/30/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,800 Tax Allowed $61.58 100/595.0- 0001 - 0117.0 32 AGNES DR I 101 DANDREA, VIRGINIA M & ROBERT J $302,600 $5,126 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,200 Tax Allowed $409.95 100/595.0- 0001 - 0116.0 34 AGNES DR I 101 YAFFE GERALD M & LYNN $336,400 $5,699 2012 5/17/2012 GRT� Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,300 Tax Allowed $411.64 100/595.0- 0001 - 0112.0 39 AGNES DR 101 LUNA, ANTONIO & DEBRA $364,700 $6,178 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,600 Tax Allowed $179.56 100/601.0- 0001 - 0123.0 47 AGNES DR 101 NELSON, BETTYANNE & ANDREOTTI $308,800 $5,231 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,200 Tax Allowed $155.85 100/601.0- 0001 - 0124.0 49 AGNES DR 101 KELBER, MARILYN D $365,000 $6,183 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,400 Tax Allowed $108.42 100/600.0- 0001 - 0130.0 59 AGNES DR 101 PREBLE JR TR, ALLAN C $330,500 $5,599 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $42,100 Tax Allowed $713.17 100/600.0- 0001 - 0133.0 65 AGNES DR 101 HAZEN, LOUISE E $334,500 $5,666 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,200 Tax Allowed $376.07 100 /011.0- 0021 - 0003.6 15 ALEXANDER ST 11 1 INDRESANO, VIRGILIO $447,200 $7,576 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $84,400 Tax Allowed $1,429.74 100/114.0- 0228 - 0006.0 26 ALEXANDER ST 01 1 GOFF, DONALD & BIZIER -GOFF, JAC $252,300 $4,274 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,700 Tax Allowed $181.26 100/496.0- 0001 - 0417.0 13 ALFRED RD 101 SHULMAN, NORMA B $289,500 $4,904 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,200 Tax Allowed $240.55 100/543.0- 0001 - 0051.0 15 AMY RD 101 MURPHY, STEPHEN J & JEAN M $277,200 $4,696 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,300 Tax Allowed $326.94 100/659.0- 0001 - 0272.0 11 ANGELICA DR 101 MARDER,BARBARA F $363,700 $6,161 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,300 Tax Allowed $259.18 100/660.0- 0001 - 0278.0 23 ANGELICA DR 101 ROSENBERG, GARY A & EILEEN WIN $461,400 $7,816 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,000 Tax Allowed $338.80 100/664.0- 0001 - 0211.0 59 ANGELICA DR 101 POLITIS, VICTOR I & DEBORAH D $366,000 $6,200 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,000 Tax Allowed $101.64 100/795.0- 0001 - 0012.0 105 ANGELICA DR 101 GODBOLE, MILIND & BHOYAR, MON $616,600 $10,445 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,900 Tax Allowed $658.97 100/278.0- 0001 - 0033.0 5 ANTRIM RD 101 ONEILL JOHN P & MARGARET M $257,300 $4,359 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,900 Tax Allowed $184.65 100/449.0- 0001 - 0018.0 20 ANTRIM RD 101 PAGANELLA, NICHOLAS & PATRICIA $292,800 $4,960 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,900 Tax Allowed $354.05 100/689.0- 0001 - 0024.0 62 APPLE D - OR RD 101 WILLIAMS, ANNL & DUFF, LORRAINE $312,000 $5,285 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,500 Tax Allowed $279.51 100/689.0- 0001 - 0007.0 63 APPLE D - OR RD 101 BERMAN, STANLEY N & CARONE B $363,000 $6,149 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,800 Tax Allowed $369.29 74 2009 3/30/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,800 Tax Allowed $61.58 74 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 2011 7/14/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,487,000 Tax Allowed $23,836.61 100/690.0- 0001 - 0030.0 70 APPLE DbR RD I 101 NESHE, JAMES TR $402,900 $6,825 2012 5/24/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $28,500 Tax Allowed $482.79 100/025.0- 0047 - 0003.0 23 ARCH ST I 101 BASS, DAVID A $391,300 $6,629 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,700 Tax Allowed $232.08 100 /010.0- 0020 - 0039.0 77 ARLINGTON S:T= 112 MCGRATH, SEAN TR $3,214,600 $54,455 100/379.0- 0039 - 0030.0 15 ARNOLD RD 101 AKHTAR MAHMOOD $467,600 $7,921 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,100 Tax Allowed $171.09 100/379.0- 0039 - 0029.0 17 ARNOLD RD 101 FOLEY, KEVIN M & PAULA W $400,200 $6,779 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,300 Tax Allowed $360.82 100/059.0- 0117 - 0011.0 25 ARTHUR ST 101 ODONNELL, KEVIN $254,400 $4,310 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,800 Tax Allowed $250.71 100/086.0- 0169 - 0011.0 178 ARTHUR ST 101 CRANE, ROBERT T & WANIEWSKI, LI $230,600 $3,906 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,000 Tax Allowed $67.76 100/520.0- 0001 - 0061.0 17 ASHMONT DR 101 WEINBERG EDWARD L & LINDA M $315,200 $5,339 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,000 Tax Allowed $271.04 100/487.0- 0001 - 0032.0 14 AUDREA RD 101 REILLY, MARY M $295,300 $5,002 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $5,100 Tax Allowed $86.39 100/341.0- 0004- 0004.A 4 AUGUST DR 101 GARFINKEL MURTON & BETSY $319,100 $5,406 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,800 Tax Allowed $199.89 100/206.0- 0013 - 0008.0 46 BARBER RD 101 ROTHENBERG, STEPHEN & MARC IA $401,600 $6,803 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,100 Tax Allowed $442.13 100/206.0- 0013 - 0012.0 68 BARBER RD 101 MARTIN LLOYD H & JANET M $314,900 $5,334 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,000 Tax Allowed $135.52 100/206.0- 0012 - 0024.0 7 01 3 BARBER RD 1 LEVY, CARALINE R $409,100 $6,930 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,600 Tax Allowed $298.14 100/466.0- 0001 - 0005.0 214 BEACON ST 101 FREEDMAN, BARBARA H $314,600 $5,329 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,900 Tax Allowed $320.17 100/095.0- 0197 - 0002.0 142 BEAVER ST 101 PATEL TR, VINOD R $231,000 $3,913 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,400 Tax Allowed $243.94 100/309.0- 0222 - 0060.0 61 BELLEFONTAINE AVE 101 FRANK, MICHAEL A & LINDA M $294,900 $4,996 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,700 Tax Allowed $198.20 100/645.0- 0001 - 0052.0 15 BELLWOOD WAY 101 MORESHET, HANA & PELED, GIDEON $367,100 $6,219 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $23,400 Tax Allowed $396.40 100/135.0- 0281 - 0095.0 57 BERRY ST 101 WALES FLORENCE $240,800 $4,079 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Val ue Allowed $6,500 Tax Allowed $110.11 8 6 100/160.0- 0080 - 0002.2 BETHANY RD 01 1 FACCHINI, EVO N & RITA M TR $308,300 $5,223 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,700 Tax Allowed $384.54 2012 1/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $614,600 Tax Allowed $10,411.32 2011 7/14/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,487,000 Tax Allowed $23,836.61 75 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $125,400 Tax Allowed $2,124.28 2010 4/8/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $68,800 Tax Allowed $998.98 100/160.0- 0080 - 0008.6 88 BETHANY RD 101 MALZONE, ROBERT $257,700 $4,365 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,300 Tax Allowed $174.48 100/554.0- 0001 - 0040.0 6 BIRCHMEADOW CIR 101 EDWARDS, MACE & DAVIS, NIKKI E $346,300 $5,866 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,900 Tax Allowed $66.07 100/554.0- 0001 - 0038.0 10 BIRCHMEADOW CIR 101 ELTERMAN, JAMES & AMY $437,200 $7,406 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,400 Tax Allowed $379.46 100/768.0- 0001 - 0016.0 16 BISHOP DR 102 GITTELSOHN, DANIEL D $111,600 $1,891 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,600 Tax Allowed $382.84 100/115.0- 0164 - 0001.0 7 BISHOP ST I 402 DENNISON MFG CO $1,819,000 $69,213 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP 2011 7/14/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 1 294 000 Tax Allowed $1,000,000 Tax Allowed $49,236.70 $ $37,110.00 100/084.0- 0165 - 0003.0 61 BISHOP ST 400 DENNISON MFG CO $499,300 $18,998 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $299,300 Tax Allowed $11,388.37 100/084.0- 0165 - 0004.0 71 BISHOP ST 400 DENNISON MFG CO $1,089,700 $41,463 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $589,700 Tax Allowed $22,438.09 100/131.0- 0173 - 0001.0 377 BISHOP ST 101 CINTOLO, DEBRA A & $231,200 $3,917 100/554.0- 0001 - 0011.0 23 BLACKBERRY LN 101 BERNSTEIN MARVIN R & BARBARA L $393,700 $6,669 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,900 Tax Allowed $133.83 100/555.0- 0001 - 0018.0 36 BLACKBERRY LN 101 CARROLL, PATRICIA A $378,300 $6,408 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,000 Tax Allowed $287.98 100/324.0- 0008 - 0021.0 39 BLACKBERRY LN 101 SCHULLMAN, DANIEL & MONFREDO, $431,200 $7,305 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,000 Tax Allowed $220.22 100/195.0- 0001 - 0016.0 49 BLACKBERRY LN 101 ROBINSON, DIANNE $409,400 $6,935 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,800 Tax Allowed $284.59 100/200.0- 0001 - 0048.0 6 BLACKTHORN RD 101 BREITBORD, GARY & STEINBERG, K $282,400 $4,784 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,800 Tax Allowed $453.99 100/584.0- 0001 - 0007.0 14 BOSWORTH RD 101 HAMPTON, ROBERT L 3R $401,700 $6,805 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,700 Tax Allowed $367.60 100/498.0- 0001 - 0442.0 5 BRADFORD RD 101 SIMONIAN PETER & VINNY V $289,700 $4,908 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,800 Tax Allowed $267.65 100/499.0- 0001 - 0453.0 24 BRADFORD RD 101 GOLDBERG, JEFFREY G & LINDA $320,800 $5,434 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,800 Tax Allowed $182.95 100/499.0- 0001 - 0396.0 27 BRADFORD RD 101 WILLIAMS, PAMELA A $285,000 $4,828 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,200 Tax Allowed $105.03 100/499.0- 0001 - 0393.0 28 BRADFORD RD 101 SIMS, ELIZABETH S $380,000 $6,437 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,900 Tax Allowed $455.69 100/675.0- 0001 - 0100.0 27 BRIARWOOD RD 101 STEIN, GLORIA & STEIN- STOUGHT, $337,400 $5,716 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,600 Tax Allowed $111.80 76 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $125,400 Tax Allowed $2,124.28 2010 4/8/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $68,800 Tax Allowed $998.98 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 2011 3/17/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $0 Tax Allowed $2,079.76 100/673.0- 0001 - 0091.0 45 BRIARWOOD RD I 101 MCLAUGHLIN, COLLEEN A $353,200 $5,983 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,500 Tax Allowed $177.87 100/130.0- 0271 - 0012.0 39 BRIDGES ST 1 111 MATHEW, MANU K & SAYANA, SONI $278,400 $4,716 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $197,500 Tax Allowed $3,345.65 100/048.0- 0094 - 0005.0 14 BRIGHAM RD= 101 ZUPAN, ANDREW 3 & MARY LYNN $397,000 $6,725 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $2,700 Tax Allowed $45.74 100/438.0- 0002 - 0110.0 14 BROOK MEADOW CIR 101 HIRSCH, ROBERT K & KORNMAN, GA $719,900 $12,195 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,700 Tax Allowed $384.54 100/438.0- 0002 - 0104.0 15 BROOK MEADOW CIR I 101 WALLENSTEIN, DAVID M & DIANE :L $1,051,500 $17,812 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $247,400 Tax Allowed $4,190.96 100/648.0- 0001 - 0022.0 211 BROOK ST I 101 COUGHLIN, GERARD W & LISA A $427,500 $7,242 2012 7 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $21,200 Tax Allowed 7 $359.13 100/398.0- 0001- 0001.0 342 BROOK ST I 101 LEPORATI MARK E & PAULA A $341,300 $5,782 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,000 Tax Allowed $169.40 100/358.0- 0088- OO10.0 570 BROOK ST 101 GILVARG, 3ONATHAN M & BARBARA $379,500 $6,429 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,800 Tax Allowed $284.59 100/073.0- 0149 - 0006.0 28 CST 101 KUPFERMAN VALERIE $218,200 $3,696 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,500 Tax Allowed $59.29 100/759.0- 0001 - 0052.0 4 CAHILL PARK D:R= 101 SLEIGHT, PETER D & DEBRA 3 $460,300 $7,797 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,500 Tax Allowed $127.05 100/758.0- 0001 - 0089.0 22 CAHILL PARK=D:R 101 CARR ROBERT E & 3OAN $445,200 $7,542 2012 6/14/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,100 Tax Allowed $69.45 100/116.0- 0234 - 0016.0 34 CAMPBELL RD= 013 KADRA KENNETH R & AGNES $517,900 $19,706 100/436.0- 0001 - 0053.0 4 01 CARLING RD 1 PHILLIPS, RAYMOND L III $264,300 $4,477 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,900 Tax Allowed $218.53 100/323.0- 0006 - 0001.E 14 CART PATH 101 3EWELL, GURI A $326,700 $5,534 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,200 Tax Allowed $189.73 100/737.0- 0001 - 0010.0 42 CARTER DR 101 ROSOFF ROBERT R & SHIFRA $437,900 $7,418 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,000 Tax Allowed 7 100/732.0- 0001 - 0061.0 46 CARTER DR 101 HARTING, GERALD & BARBARA $510,500 $8,648 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $51,100 Tax Allowed $865.63 100/732.0- 0001 - 0065.0 54 CARTER DR 101 NYER, PAUL $547,700 $9,278 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,600 Tax Allowed $315.08 100/780.0- 0001 - 0012.0 80 CARTER DR 101 VARGHESE, PAUL & CHINNAMMA $1,243,500 $21,065 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $72,800 Tax Allowed $1,233.23 100/780.0- 0001 - 0015.0 81 CARTER DR 101 VOYIATZIS, GEORGE & ELENI $1,361,200 $23,059 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $77,100 Tax Allowed $1,306.07 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Tax Allowed $1,882.87 2011 3/17/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $0 Tax Allowed $2,079.76 77 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,800 Tax Allowed $125.73 100/780.0- 0001 - 0013.0 85 CARTER DR I 101 KOTSIOPOULOS, CHRIS $1,308,800 $22,171 2012 2010 3/22/2012 9/29/2011 GRT ATB Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP ATB Ruling In Favor of Applicant - Gran Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 285 400 Tax Allowed $597,108 Tax Allowed 4 $ , 834.68 $8,670.01 100/331.0- 0001 - 0053.0 63 CENTRAL ST 1 104 FRAPPIER, DARLENE $304,600 $5,160 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,500 Tax Allowed $143.99 100/340.0- 0003 - 0015.6 138 CENTRAL ST 101 KANDAR, CYNTHIA 3 & MOORE, EDW $398,600 $6,752 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $36,400 Tax Allowed $616.62 100/335.0- 0013 - 0025.0 363 CENTRAL ST 101 TAYLOR TR, LAURENE $278,900 $4,725 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,700 Tax Allowed $181.26 100/331.0- 0999 - 0005.0 83 CENTRAL ST #5 102 ZETTEK, LUCINDA M & MATTHEW E $173,600 $2,941 2012 2011 4/12/2012 3/24/2011 GRT GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 34 600 Tax Allowed $36,440 Tax Allowed $ 586.12 $584.13 100/198.0- 0001 - 0016.0 28 CHECKERBERRY LN 101 SOMA, ANDREW L & CAROLYN 3 TRU $454,400 $7,698 12 2012 3/15/20 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,400 Tax Allowed $362.52 100/626.0- 0001 - 0283.0 4 RY LN 01 2 CHECKERBER 1 LEVINE, STEPHEN 3 & BARBARA A $724,800 $12,278 2012 5/17/2012 GRT ] agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $50,200 Tax Allowed $850.39 100/684.0- 0001 - 0025.0 8 CHICKATAWBUT RD 101 ASHE, MICHAEL F & BIZANOS AS HE $436,200 $7,389 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,400 Tax Allowed $176.18 100/307.0- 0001 - 0026.0 27 CHOUTEAU AVE 101 NORTON, MICHAEL & MEREDITH $331,900 $5,622 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,200 Tax Allowed $240.55 100/744.0- 0001 - 0020.0 1 RD 8 CIDER MILL 101 SILVER, 3OANNE F $461,800 $7,823 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $35,200 Tax Allowed $596.29 100/499.0- 0001 - 0456.0 25 CLARA RD 101 HELLER, LINDA A & ROBERT 3 $456,400 $7,731 2012 5/10/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $58,900 Tax Allowed $997.77 100/084.0- 0165 - 0001.0 156 CLARK ST EXTN 400 DENNISON MFG CO $148,700 $5,658 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,700 Tax Allowed $1,853.04 100/600.0- 0001 - 0193.0 51 CLAUDETTE CIR 101 TRIANO NICHOLAS P & IDA M $330,100 $5,592 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,800 Tax Allowed $115.19 100/534.0- 0001 - 0020.0 2 CLEARVIEW DR 101 POOLE, ALAN & ROBYN $366,100 $6,202 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,400 Tax Allowed $243.94 100/534.0- 0001 - 0022.0 4 CLEARVIEW DR 101 SANTO, AVELENO & ALCINA $354,900 $6,012 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,500 Tax Allowed $228.69 100/533.0- 0001 - 0015.0 9 CLEARVIEW DR 101 CARDARELLI, PAULINE T LIFE ESTAT $370,900 $6,283 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,500 Tax Allowed $228.69 100/535.0- 0001 - 0010.0 19 CLEARVIEW DR 101 FALKUM, ROBERT & PRISCILLA $389,800 $6,603 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,100 Tax Allowed $120.27 100/129.0- 0267 - 0055.0 27 CLIFFORD ST 101 MAGRINI, DOMINIC & GRACE S $252,400 $4,276 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,600 Tax Allowed $60.99 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,800 Tax Allowed $125.73 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,100 Tax Allowed $171.09 100/082.0- 0160 - 0001.0 100 CLINTON ST I 400 DENNISON MFG CO $2,221,200 $84,517 2012 6/14/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,711,200 Tax Allowed $65,111.16 100/130.0- 0271 - 0001.0 39 COBURN ST I 101 CROCI, STEVEN P $228,000 $3,862 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,700 Tax Allowed $232.08 100/347.0- 0111 - 0015.0 260 COCHITUATE RD I 342 LEGACY PREMIER, LLC $4,509,100 $171,571 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $952,600 Tax Allowed $36,246.43 100/346.0- 0110 - 0021.0 501 COCHITUATE RD 316 FRAMINGHAM STORAGE, LLC $4,653,500 $177,066 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,453,500 Tax Allowed $55,305.68 100/442.0- 0001 - 0248.0 9 CODY RD 101 BOOTH, CHRISTINA L $287,100 $4,863 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,400 Tax Allowed $379.46 100/300.0- 0203 - 0006.0 6 COLBY AVE 101 DILLON, 3OHN 3 III $413,300 $7,001 2012 7 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $24,000 Tax Allowed 7 $406.56 100/610.0- 0001 - 0025.0 20 COLONIAL DR= 101 FRANCESCONI, LENA M TR $412,200 $6,983 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,100 Tax Allowed $171.09 100/003.0- 0007 - 0007.0 188 CONCORD ST 340 HADDAD, GEORGE E $1,272,400 $48,415 2012 5/10/2012] GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $272,400 Tax Allowed $10,364.82 100/347.0- 0111 - 0003.0 873 CONCORD ST 340 CONCORD STREET REALTY, LLC $447,500 $17,027 2012 5/10/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $147,500 Tax Allowed $5,612.38 100/273.0- 0145 - 0021.0 1379 CONCORD ST 101 FARLEY EDWARD L $275,700 $4,670 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,500 Tax Allowed $330.33 100/274.0- 0146 - 0011.0 1384 CONCORD ST 101 BLANK, MARTIN T & MARCY A LIFE $297,100 $5,033 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,600 Tax Allowed $60.98 100/582.0- 0001 - 0032.0 8 CORNELL RD 101 MINER, STEPHEN M, CHERYL A & BR $301,300 $5,104 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Valu e Allowed $6,700 Tax Allowed $113.50 100/427.0- 0001 - 0016.0 13 CORRINE DR 1 LATORTUE TRS RUDOLF C & 3OANN $384,300 $6,510 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,600 Tax Allowed $552.24 100/323.0- 0006- 0002.I 10 =COSTA 101 LEVERGOOD, ALYN V TRUSTEE $269,700 $4,569 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,300 Tax Allowed $140.60 100/323.0- 0006 - 0002.3 12 COSTA CIR 101 ARIAS ARIS & ARGENTINA $275,400 $4,665 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,600 Tax Allowed $145.68 100/296.0- 0183- 0003.A 81 COTTAGE ST 101 TOGNACCI, MARK H & 3ODI L $453,300 $7,679 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $49,200 Tax Allowed $833.45 100/160.0- 0080 - 0001.0 61 COVE AVE 101 ANTONIOLI TRS, CHARLES P & DIAN $291,200 $4,933 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,800 Tax Allowed $386.23 100/614.0- 0001- OO10.A 11 CREST RD 101 MICHAELSON, BARRY L $581,300 $9,847 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,200 Tax Allowed $121.97 100/593.0- 0001 - 0018.0 42 CRESTWOOD DR 101 BOHMILLER RACHEL F & ROBERT E $368,300 $6,239 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,400 Tax Allowed $294.76 79 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,100 Tax Allowed $171.09 79 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/102.0- 0210 - 0047.0 48 CURTIS RD 101 COLLINS, LISA M & YUSIKONES, MA $228,700 $3,874 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,000 Tax Allowed $135.52 100/609.0- 0001 - 0409.0 58 CYNTHIA RD I 101 STANBRO, MIREILLE $321,000 $5,438 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,000 Tax Allowed $169.40 100/302.0- 0211 - 0001.0 200 DANFORTH ST 1 131 CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC $138,100 $2,339 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed 0 Tax Allowed $2,915.29 100/302.0- 0211- 0006.A 260 DANFORTH ST I 101 GENERAZIO MICHAEL & VERONICA L $503,900 $8,536 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $45,100 Tax Allowed $763.99 100/588.0- 0001 - 0001.0 264 DANFORTH ST I 101 CAMPBELL WILLIAM & MARIE $315,300 $5,341 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,200 Tax Allowed $121.97 100/302.0- 0211 - 0007.0 220 DANFORTH ST RR I 106 CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC $2,382,900 $40,366 2012 7 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,082,000 Tax Allowed 7 $64,488.21 100/424.0- 0001 - 0081.0 23 DAVIDSON R:D: 101 LEVEY, DONALD S & CROWE- LEVEY, $302,500 $5,124 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $42,000 Tax Allowed $711.48 100/308.0- 0217 - 0026.0 18 DELMAR AVE 101 BULLOCK, SUSAN 3 & 3OHN E $443,200 $7,508 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,300 Tax Allowed $191.42 100/308.0-0217-0024.0 22 DELMAR AVE 101 CHAN, WAIMAN & CAROL B $336,600 $5,702 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,100 Tax Allowed $221.91 100/309.0- 0224 - 0035.0 65 DELMAR AVE= 101 WOLFE HAROLD 3 $291,100 $4,931 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,600 Tax Allowed $111.80 100/301.0- 0208 - 0012.E 24 DERBY ST EXTN 101 STEENBRUGGEN, 3OHN C & CARIAN $572,200 $9,693 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,400 Tax Allowed $548.86 100/301.0- 0208- 0013.I 25 DERBY ST EXTN 101 CARADONNA, MARK A & LISA $557,400 $9,442 oa 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $31,600 Tax Allowed $535.30 100/301.0- 0208- 0013.1D 33 DERBY ST :X: N 101 STARR CONSTRUCTION, INC $610,700 $10,345 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $11,800 Tax Allowed F $199.89 100/845.0- 0001 - 0023.0 4 DITULLIO DR I 101 FASS, THOMAS M & MAR30RIE A $617,500 $10,460 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $35,400 Tax Allowed $599.68 100/780.0- 0001 - 0027.0 1 DOESKIN DR 101 MARINESCU, SORIN RADU & MARIA $901,900 $15,278 2012 4/26/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP Value Allowed Value Allowed $44,300 Tax Allowed $17,500 Tax Allowed $ 750.44 $254.10 2010 3/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 100/780.0- 0001 - 0026.0 3 DOESKIN DR 101 ESCOBAR, ALBERTO & BETH M $863,300 $14,624 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $120,500 Tax Allowed $2,041.27 100/780.0- 0001 - 0024.0 7 DOESKIN DR 1 101 EMANUEL, DAVID M & SHELLY L $1,071,400 $18,150 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $127,000 Tax Allowed $2,151.38 100/780.0- 0001 - 0022.0 11 DOESKIN DR 101 VALLELY 3OHN P & PATRICIA 3 $1,059,900 $17,955 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $202,600 Tax Allowed $3,432.04 100/780.0- 0001 - 0020.0 12 DOESKIN DR I 101 ROBINOW, DOUGLAS D $922,700 $15,631 2012 6/14/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 9 PP 2011 4/28/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $ 17 000 Tax Allowed $276,400 Tax Allowed $ 287.98 $4,430.69 80 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due TURETSKY ALAN I & SHARON G $559,300 Value Allowed $72 700 Tax Allowed 3/22/2012 $1 Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP Value Allowed Value Allowed 2010 4/15/2010 100/270.0- 0136 - 0161.0 17 DONLON ST I 101 BEATRICE, 3UDITH L $219,800 $3,723 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,900 Tax Allowed $133.83 100/403.0- 0008 - 0013.0 12 DONOVAN DR= 101 3OHO, MARCEL & IRIS $503,900 $8,536 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,900 Tax Allowed $658.97 $1,019.79 100/402.0- 0001 - 0021.0 9 DRISCOLL DR I 101 KOYFMAN, LAZAR & YULIKOVA, YELE $517,600 $8,768 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - 100/501.0- 0001 - 0623.0 9 DORIS RD I 101 CARDARELLI JUSTIN & MARY AN $292,700 $4,958 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $5,100 Tax Allowed $86.39 $6,934 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,300 Tax Allowed $157.54 100/377.0- 0106 - 0046.0 6 DOTTY ANN DR 101 ZHANG, CHUNLIN $547,700 $9,278 2012 3/29/2012 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted TURETSKY ALAN I & SHARON G $559,300 Value Allowed $72 700 Tax Allowed 3/22/2012 $1 Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP Value Allowed Value Allowed 2010 4/15/2010 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted GRT Value Allowed $33,700 Tax Allowed $877.49 $489.32 100/657.0- 0001 - 0014.0 9 DOYLE CIR 101 2012 5/17/2012 GRT 100/377.0- 0106 - 0042.0 14 DOTTY ANN D:R= 101 TURETSKY ALAN I & SHARON G $559,300 $9,475 2011 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 72 700 Tax Allowed $33,700 Tax Allowed 1 231.54 $ , $489.32 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Granted Value Allowed $51,800 Tax Allowed $877.49 100/657.0- 0001 - 0014.0 9 DOYLE CIR 101 BRADY JAMES 3 & CAROL C $354,600 $6,007 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,100 Tax Allowed $69.45 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $60,200 Tax Allowed $1,019.79 100/402.0- 0001 - 0021.0 9 DRISCOLL DR I 101 KOYFMAN, LAZAR & YULIKOVA, YELE $517,600 $8,768 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,000 Tax Allowed $304.92 $7,952 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 100/402.0- 0001 - 0017.0 19 DRISCOLL DR: 101 RAE, JAMES A & HELMAN, MELINDA $409,300 $6,934 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,300 Tax Allowed $157.54 100/574.0- 0001 - 0349.0 50 EATON RD I 101 SHIRLEY, CHERYL C $297,900 $5,046 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,000 Tax Allowed $169.40 100/403.A- 0082 - 0040.0 102 EDGELL DR I 101 MCPHEE FRANCIS & GERALDINE $301,000 $5,099 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $10,300 Tax Allowed 7 $174.48 100/370.0- 0104 - 0031.0 534 EDGELL RD I 101 REILLY, KATHLEEN 3 $311,300 $5,273 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 100/373.0- 0102- 0002.0 691 EDGELL RD 1 101 BARTER, 3OSEPH G & DENISE $294,300 $4,985 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,700 Tax Allowed $333.72 100/373.0- 0102- 0002.B 695 EDGELL RD 101 BRADY 3OHN M & SHIRLEY $320,300 $5,426 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $23,000 Tax Allowed $389.62 RONAN, EDWARD G & SUSAN M $411,400 2011 3/17/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,700 Tax Allowed $331.82 7 $560.71 2010 3/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $39,800 Tax Allowed $577.90 100/373.0- 0102- 0004.D 751 EDGELL RD I 101 RONAN, EDWARD G & SUSAN M $411,400 $6,969 2012 7 4/19/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $33,100 Tax Allowed 7 $560.71 100/384.0- 0001- 0011.G 1190 EDGELL RD= 101 MARTIN, 3OSHUA S $548,900 $9,298 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $51,800 Tax Allowed $877.49 100/384.0- 0001- 0012.D 1216 EDGELL RD 101 MCCARTHY WAYNE A & MARIA $432,100 $7,320 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $60,200 Tax Allowed $1,019.79 100/697.0- 0001 - 0015.0 1343 EDGELL RD 101 FREUND, MITCHELL D & GOLDFARB, $469,400 $7,952 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,500 Tax Allowed $245.63 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/697.0- 0001 - 0017.0 1347 EE DG:ELL RD I 101 BLOOMFIELD TRS, GERALD & ELAIN $433,700 $7,347 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $50,600 Tax Allowed $857.16 2011 3/31/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,330 Tax Allowed $277.80 2010 4/15/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,400 Tax Allowed $165.53 2009 3/23/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,600 Tax Allowed $379.77 100/481.0- 0001 - 0018.0 146 EDGEWATER DR I 101 FONTAINE, RICHARD A & DONNA M $268,300 $4,545 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,600 Tax Allowed $60.98 100/504.0- 0001- 0672.A 8 EDITH RD 101 FEDERMAN WILLIAM & MIRIAM $278,300 $4,714 2012 3/22/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $5,500 Tax Allowed $93.17 100/505.0- 0001 - 0655.0 26 EDITH RD 101 TUGHY, PAUL S & MARY BETH $281,900 $4,775 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 100/410.0- 0001- 0014.D 177 EDMANDS RD I 101 LEIS TRS, MICHAEL D & ROBE RTA G $590,700 $10,006 2012 7 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $68,3007 Tax Allowed $1,157.00 100/372.0- 0120- 0027.D 200 EDMANDS RD I 101 BOYES- BOGIE, KAREN $1,072,200 $18,163 100/410.0- 0001 - 0035.0 219 EDMANDS RD 101 MACDONALD ANTHONY P & EVELYN $443,300 $7,510 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,600 Tax Allowed $501.42 100/711.0- 0001 - 0017.6 401 EDMANDS RD 101 HOLLAND TRS, ANDREW B & MA RGA $633,100 $10,725 2012 3/22/2012 G [ Board ard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $5,900 Tax Allowed $99.95 100/711.0- 0001- 0018.D 403 EDMANDS RD 101 MICHALOPOULOS, DINO TR $691,200 $11,709 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,600 Tax Allowed $416.73 100/737.0- 0001 - 0029.6 485 EDMANDS RD 101 PARKER, SCOTT W & MARGRET N $896,500 $15,187 2012 1/9/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $179,300 Tax Allowed $3,037.34 100/737.0- 0001 - 0033.0 587 EDMANDS RD 101 WEITZLER, ROBERT L & KARLA G $504,000 $8,538 2012 4/12/2012 G [ Board ard agreed with applicant - Granted Valu 83 RD 01 e Allowed $16,500 Tax Allowed $279.51 100/421.0- 0001- 0008.A 5 EDMANDS 1 MERRIAM, WILLIAM G & THERESA A $298,500 $5,057 100/423.0- 0003- 0012.G 1 01 031 EDMANDS RD 8 LACKRITZ, NEAL M & MAR3ORIE L $433,700 $7,34 reed with applicant 9 PP - Granted Value Allowed Tax Allowed $ 7 2012 1/9/2012 GRT Board a a $5 2011 1/20/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $0 Tax Allowed $4,971.26 100/567.0- 0001 - 0016.0 16 EISENHOWER RD 101 LEVY PHILIP & 3EANNE $365,000 $6,183 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant- Granted Value Allowed $37,300 Tax Allowed $631.86 100/043.0- 0084 - 0025.0 37 IR ELIZABETH C 101 3ACOBS, HERBERT $358,100 $6,066 100/292.0- 0183 - 0004.6 147 ELM ST 101 LIBERATO, WEBER K $344,500 $5,836 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,700 Tax Allowed $198.20 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $189,000 Tax Allowed $3,201.66 2011 3/17/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $126,400 Tax Allowed $2,026.19 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,180 Tax Allowed $307.97 2011 3/31/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,330 Tax Allowed $470.16 2010 4/8/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $31,470 Tax Allowed $456.94 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,100 Tax Allowed $543.77 2011 3/24/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,900 Tax Allowed $335.03 2010 3/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,900 Tax Allowed $259.91 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/292.0- 0183- 0006.A 0 ELM ST OFF 1 131 CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC $4,693,600 $79,510 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $407,000 Tax Allowed $72,615.00 100/301.0- 0208 - 0021.0 125 ELM ST RR I 106 CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC $2,186,600 $37,041 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,309,400 Tax Allowed $68,340.36 100/773.0- 0001 - 0029.0 45 A FLANAGAN DR I 101 LIPP, MICHAEL M & TANYA R $712,400 $12,068 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,600 Tax Allowed $636.94 100/774.0- 0001 - 0021.0 101 FLANAGAN D:R: 101 DONELLY, MICHAEL & DARIA $590,100 $9,996 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,600 Tax Allowed $128.74 100/363.0- 0001 - 0064.0 62 FLORITA DR I 101 DANIELLO MICHAEL F & URSULA C $291,500 $4,938 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,200 Tax Allowed $223.61 100/191.0- 0001 - 0010.0 21 FOSTER DR I 101 BLACK HUBERT R & NANCY $295,400 $5,004 2012 7 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $24,900 Tax Allowed 7 $421.81 100/205.0- 0009- 0016.0 661 FRANKLIN S=T 342 MCGRATH, SEAN P TR $468,800 $17,838 100/205.0- 0009- 0016.D 5 FRANKLIN ST 42 3 MCGRATH, SEAN P TR $485,100 $18,458 100/792.0- 0001 - 0049.0 41 GARVEY RD 101 GILLIS 3OHN T & LESLIE M $566,600 $9,598 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,700 Tax Allowed $316.78 100/792.0- 0001 - 0002.0 48 GARVEY RD 101 TOSCANO, CHRIS F $551,500 $9,342 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,200 Tax Allowed $189.73 100/765.0- 0001 - 0001.0 3 GATES ST 101 SULLIVAN GEORGE & GERALDINE $231,700 $3,92 5 5/17/2012 GRT� Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,200 Tax Allowed $223.61 10 2012 0/595.0- 0001 - 0110.0 5 GENARDY WAY 101 MCGRAIL, MATTHEW W & KAREN M $413,500 $7,005 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,600 Tax Allowed $247.32 GIBBS VALLEATH 101 ROSENBERG, STEVEN M & DIANE M. $477,500 100/842.0- 0001 - 0010.0 7 Y P $8,089 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,100 Tax Allowed $306.61 100/842.0- 0001 - 0015.0 12 GIBBS VALLEY PATH 101 BRODEN CLARK E & MARCY $484,000 $8,199 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,800 Tax Allowed $199.89 100/247.0- 0085 - 0023.0 20 GILLEONARD LN 101 ROBINSON, RICHARD C &3OAN E $654,400 $11,086 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $35,300 Tax Allowed $597.98 100/247.0- 0085 - 0024.0 2 D L 2 GILLEONAR N 01 1 FULTON, ROBERT & LILLIAN $615,300 $10,423 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,000 Tax Allowed $813.12 100/194.0- 0001 - 0004.0 5 01 9 GLEASON ST 1 BRUNDAGE EUGENE & MARY AN $342,900 $5,809 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,800 Tax Allowed $216.84 100/733.0- 0001 - 0007.0 18 GOODNOW LN 101 GILMANSHIN, RUDOLF $688,800 $11,668 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $40,400 Tax Allowed $684.37 2012 1 1/26/2012 6 2012 1/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $56,500 Tax Allowed $2,149.83 2011 7/14/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $73,200 Tax Allowed $2,716.45 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,400 Tax Allowed $313.05 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,400 Tax Allowed $313.05 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/733.0- 0001 - 0042.0 19 GOODNOW LN I 101 BANKER, CYNTHIA F & ROBERT F $671,400 $11,374 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $47,100 Tax Allowed $797.87 100/733.0- 0001 - 0037.0 29 GOODNOW L=N 101 SAFRAN, BARBARA G & STEPHEN E $735,600 $12,461 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,600 Tax Allowed $586.12 100/733.0- 0001 - 0035.0 33 GOODNOW L=N 101 SAMUELSON, KURT D & JEAN A $620,100 $10,504 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $40,100 Tax Allowed $679.29 100/733.0- 0001 - 0015.0 34 GOODNOW L=N 101 IABLONOVSKI, NATALIA & ORLOV, V $672,400 $11,390 1 100/733.0- 0001 - 0030.0 43 GOODNOW LN 101 MILLER, MICHAEL J & DEBORAH J $864,200 $14,640 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,100 Tax Allowed $492.95 100/733.0- 0001 - 0027.0 49 GOODNOW LN 101 SERRA, DOMINIC R & JULIE A $714,400 $12,102 2012 4/12/2012 GRT ] agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,600 Tax Allowed $162.63 100/344.0- 0108 - 0019.0 1 11 0 GREENVIEW ST 3 KOSOW, MARVIN TRUSTEE $22,865,600 $387,343 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,665,600 Tax Allowed $79,035.26 100/418.0- 0001 - 0031.0 30 GREGORY RD 101 GUERRIERO TRS, M & THURROTT, C $282,100 $4,779 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $27,800 Tax Allowed $470.93 100/561.0- 0001- 0085.A 44 GREGORY RD 101 KLINGSBERG, DEBRA $280,400 $4,750 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,500 Tax Allowed $228.69 100/517.0- 0001 - 0820.0 29 GRIFFIN RD 101 MCLEAN, SEAN C & KILLULIS, DI ANN $328,400 $5,563 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,800 Tax Allowed $301.53 100/517.0- 0001 - 0850.0 36 GRIFFIN RD 101 NOERPEL, DIANE R $307,300 $5,206 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,600 Tax Allowed $179.56 100/525.0- 0001 - 0020.0 44 GRIFFIN RD 101 ROTH, ALLA & ALEXANDER $317,500 $5,378 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,200 Tax Allowed $257.49 100/525.0- 0001 - 0023.0 50 GRIFFIN RD 101 MAHONEY, NEAL T $290,600 $4,923 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,800 Tax Allowed $284.59 100/525.0- 0001 - 0024.0 52 GRIFFIN RD 101 LEARMONTH ROBERT A $290,000 $4,913 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,600 Tax Allowed $281.20 100/525.0- 0001 - 0093.0 53 GRIFFIN RD 101 SMITH, PATRICIA L $322,800 $5,468 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,700 Tax Allowed $198.20 100/523.0- 0001 - 0034.0 74 GRIFFIN RD 101 STAGIKAS WILLIAM T & HRISOULA $298,500 $5,057 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Valu 29 01 e Allowed $14,900 Tax Allowed $252.41 100/378.0- 0039- 0005.A 6 GROVE ST 1 ZASADA, PETER R & JOANNA M $630,400 $10,679 100/378.0- 0039- 0005.D 304 GROVE ST 101 RICCIARDI, VICTOR & CAROL $663,600 $11,241 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $77,500 Tax Allowed $1,312.85 2012 242 2011 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $46,500 Tax Allowed $787.71 2010 4/14/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $23,400 Tax Allowed $375.10 2010 2/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $23,400 Tax Allowed $339.77 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $78,100 Tax Allowed $1,323.01 2010 3/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $56,200 Tax Allowed $816.02 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,500 Tax Allowed $584.43 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,600 Tax Allowed $545.95 100/195.0- 0001 - 0022.0 612 GROVE ST I 101 GLICKMAN RANDALL & CYNTHIA W $440,200 $7,457 2012 2011 3/15/2012 1/13/2011 GRT GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Alloed Value w Value Allowed $ 24 100 Tax Allowed $10,000 Tax Allowed 408.25 $ $160.30 100/751.0- 0001 - 0003.0 641 GROVE ST 101 SWISHER, SAMUEL P & SNYDER, PA $497,300 $8,424 2012 6/14/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,900 Tax Allowed $133.83 100/840.0- 0001 - 0014.8 765 GROVE ST 1 101 SHWERT, GRACE E & WALTER A $514,800 $8,721 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,400 Tax Allowed $277.82 100/435.0- 0001- 0008.0 842 GROVE ST I 101 FORAN, KATHLEEN A & ANNE P TRS $610,500 $10,342 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $69,800 Tax Allowed $1,182.41 100/430.0- 0001- 0012.0 1041 GROVE ST I 101 ALDEN, RUTH $477,500 $8,089 2012 4/19/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,800 Tax Allowed $166.01 100/430.0- 0001- 0015.D 1173 GROVE ST I 101 KILADIS, PATRICIA A & NICHOLAS J $554,100 $9,386 2012 2009 4/12/2012 3/23/2009 GRT GRT Board applicant agreed with a Granted 9 PP Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 45 700 Tax Allowed $22,200 Tax Allowed $ 774.16 $284.83 100/430.0- 1015 GROVE ST RR ANTHONY, THEODOR E C JR TRUSTE $25,300 $429 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant- Granted Value Allowed $24,800 Tax Allowed $318.18 100/430.0- 0001 - 0010.E 1015 GROVE ST RR I 132 ANTHONY, THEODORE C JR TRUSTE $45,400 $769 100/725.0- 0001 - 0010.0 34 GRYZBOSKA CIR 101 BAJAKIAN ARSENE & HARRIET S $350,200 $5,932 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,500 Tax Allowed $211.75 100/845.0- 0001 - 0030.0 3 HANCOCK LN 101 REISS, ARLENE M & JAMES $602,400 $10,205 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $44,100 Tax Allowed $747.05 100/845.0- 0001 - 0025.0 4 [ SILVER, HANCOCK LN 101 GEORGE E & ILENE S $526,500 $8,919 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,600 Tax Allowed $145.68 100/845.0- 0001 - 0029.0 5 01 HANCOCK LN 1 WING, STEPHEN M & TERRY $546,900 $9,264 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $59,200 Tax Allowed $1,002.85 100/845.0- 0001 - 0026.0 6 HANCOCK LN 101 GIORGETTI, MICHAEL S & MARIE M $588,400 $9,967 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $28,400 Tax Allowed $481.10 100/845.0- 0001 - 0028.0 7 HANCOCK LN 101 KAITZ, NATHAN & SALLY $506,800 $8,585 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,600 Tax Allowed $416.72 100/264.0- 0133 - 0079.0 22 HARDY ST 101 PINCHOOK TR, ALAN $304,600 $5,160 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,300 Tax Allowed $191.42 100/606.0- 0001 - 0376.0 39 HARRINGTON RD 101 DAUGHERTY JOHN CHARLES & JEAN $312,800 $5,299 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,900 Tax Allowed $320.17 100/607.0- 0001 - 0305.0 79 HARRINGTON RD 101 MANNING FRANCIS P & JANICE R $408,400 $6,918 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,900 Tax Allowed 0 100/199.0- 0001 - 0017.0 90 HASTINGS ST 101 KAMEESE JOSEPH R $254,900 $4,318 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,000 Tax Allowed $237.16 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,500 Tax Allowed $584.43 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,600 Tax Allowed $545.95 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/116.0- 0233 - 0007.0 15 HEARTH ST I 101 PHALAN, ROBERT $399,100 $6,761 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,900 Tax Allowed $642.03 100/177.0- 0001 - 0046.0 16 HEATHER DR= 101 ROUSE TR, HOWARD C $264,600 $4,482 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,900 Tax Allowed $269.35 100/570.0- 0001 - 0128.0 74 HEMENWAY R=D 101 KAPLOW SHELDON H & NORMA S $328,200 $5,560 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,700 Tax Allowed $232.08 100/571.0- 0001 - 0130.0 78 HEMENWAY RD 101 KALIN, CECILY 3 & DAVID M & GOOK $290,600 $4,923 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,900 Tax Allowed $201.58 100/707.0- 0001 - 0015.0 1 HEMLOCK LN I 101 SUMARGO, DAVID S & NANIK H $544,000 $9,215 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,800 Tax Allowed $420.11 100/720.0- 0001 - 0046.0 7 HICKEY DR I 101 VERON HARRY & ARLENE S $404,000 $6,844 2012 7 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $17,900 Tax Allowed 7 $303.23 100/722.0- 0001 - 0008.0 18 HICKEY DR I 101 CHYTEN TR, ALAN M $493,500 $8,360 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $51,100 Tax Allowed $865.63 100/755.0- 0001 - 0005.0 9 HICKORY HILL LN 101 RYAN, ROBERT D & JENNIFER H $425,500 $7,208 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,100 Tax Allowed $357.43 100/755.0- 0001 - 0006.0 11 HICKORY HILL LN 101 LEDDY THOMAS M $465,400 $7,884 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $28,100 Tax Allowed $476.01 100/756.0- 0001 - 0016.0 20 HICKORY HILL LN 101 BAKER, ELLEN MARIE & C SCOTT $445,100 $7,540 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,300 Tax Allowed $343.88 100/756.0- 0001 - 0030.0 21 HICKORY HILL LN 101 MARMER, ELAINE I $440,500 $7,462 2012 4/26/2012]FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,000 Tax Allowed $118.58 100/399.0- 0001 - 0042.0 29 HIGHGATE R:D: 101 KOKOSZKA, STANLEY L & SHEILA B $371,200 $6,288 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,700 Tax Allowed $350.66 100/295.0- 0001 - 0044.0 33 HIGHGATE RD 101 MONTILLO, SALVATORE & PHYLLIS $476,600 $8,074 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $6,800 Tax Allowed $115.19 100/015.0- 0030 - 0022.0 51 HIGHLAND ST= 101 FRAMINGHAM HOUSING DEV CORP I $206,400 $3,496 M 2 3/15/2012 GRT Board a reed with a licant - Granted Value Allo 9 PP wed 0 2/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed I Tax Allowed LE LO Tax Allowed I $ 440.40 $1,752.07 100/192.0- 0001 - 0031.0 9 HIRAM RD 101 NICHOLAS, ANNE $308,000 $5,218 2012 7 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $27,600 Tax Allowed 7 100/193.0- 0001 - 0005.0 14 HIRAM RD I 101 DICICCO, LOUIS 3 3R & AQUILINO, S $311,300 $5,273 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,200 Tax Allowed $630.17 100/193.0- 0001 - 0018.0 27 HIRAM RD 1 101 BREEN TRS, 3OHN W & CHARLOTTE $307,400 $5,207 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,800 Tax Allowed $352.36 100/197.0- 0001 - 0010.0 16 HODDER LN 101 WALSH TRS, JAMES A & ROSE L B $522,400 $8,849 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,900 Tax Allowed $557.33 100/198.0- 0001 - 0022.0 26 HODDER LN I 101 ABELLI, NEIL & CAROL $522,800 $8,856 2012 3/29/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,300 Tax Allowed $818.20 86 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/119.0- 0242 - 0007.0 330 HOLLIS ST I 101 HAWES, JENNIFER $224,400 $3,801 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,200 Tax Allowed $223.61 100/118.0- 0239 - 0001.0 426 HOLLIS ST I 104 LEMUS, MARILUCE $283,200 $4,797 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $87,300 Tax Allowed $1,478.86 100/161.0- 0336- 0005.0 547 HOLLIS ST 101 MERUSI, RICHARD J $430,300 $7,289 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,400 Tax Allowed $489.28 100/163.0- 0341 - 0001.0 625 HOLLIS ST 101 YOUNG CARROLL M & MARIE $246,800 $4,181 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,900 Tax Allowed $83.01 100/164.0- 0328 - 0200.0 636 HOLLIS ST I 101 FIND, LESLEY TR $202,700 $3,434 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,000 Tax Allowed $135.52 100/083.0- 0162 - 0011.0 272 HOWARD S:T: 332 ROSE WILLIAM & KATES K P $358,100 $13,626 2012 7 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $58,100 Tax Allowed 7 $2,210.71 100/684.0- 0001 - 0006.0 5 HURON DR I 101 FARLEY, CHRISTOPHER $329,200 $5,577 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,600 Tax Allowed $213.44 100/248.0- 0073 - 0001.0 23 INDIAN HEAD RD 101 MCLAUGHLIN, TOM M & ADRIANNA $476,600 $8,074 2012 2011 3/15/2012 3/10/2011 GRT GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 26 600 Tax Allowed $12,700 Tax Allowed 450.60 $ $203.58 100/568.0- 0001 - 0101.0 4 IRENE RD I 101 ASTAPOVEH RICHARD W & KATHLEE $325,300 $5,511 2012 4/12/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,500 Tax Allowed $262.57 100/403.13- 0001- 0024.A 36 JAMES ST I 101 LOYCANO ROBERT J & ANTOINETTE $275,800 $4,672 2012 4/12/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,000 Tax Allowed $118.58 100/403.13- 0001 - 0018.0 57 JANEBAR CIR 101 HOLT, KEVIN D $233,200 $3,950 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,700 Tax Allowed $130.44 100/559.0- 0001 - 0080.0 7 JANICE CIR I 101 BROWN RUSSELL P & JANICE $348,500 $5,904 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,500 Tax Allowed $415.03 100/302.0- 0211 - 0031.0 17 JAY DR 101 XU, GUOYOU & ZHOU, YUNHONG $484,700 $8,211 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,200 Tax Allowed $105.03 100/484.0- 0001 - 0040.8 102 JEAN ST I 101 GOLDMAN, HOWARD F & SUSAN I $341,900 $5,792 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,400 Tax Allowed $243.94 100/400.0- 0002 - 0009.8 3 JOAN AVE I 101 LOPATIN, LEONID & SUSANNA $506,600 $8,582 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $24,100 Tax Allowed 7 $408.25 100/604.0- 0001 - 0021.0 13 JOANNE DR I 101 WINER, FAYE P $371,800 $6,298 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 100/620.0- 0001 - 0067.0 11 JODIE RD 1 101 HAMEL ARTHUR R & ELEANOR $337,900 $5,724 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,700 Tax Allowed $384.54 100/622.0- 0001 - 0070.0 17 JODIE RD 101 PARKER JANE A $370,900 $6,283 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,700 Tax Allowed $316.78 100/622.0- 0001 - 0130.0 18 JODIE RD I 101 LARSON JOAN K $372,900 $6,317 2012 4/12/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $27,900 Tax Allowed $472.63 87 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/623.0- 0001 - 0081.0 27 3ODIE RD I 101 SHAW NED & ROSE MARIE $369,500 $6,259 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $39,500 Tax Allowed $669.13 100/509.0- 0001 - 0018.0 79 3OSEPH RD 101 GRANCHELLI, RALPH S LIFE ESTATE $315,200 $5,339 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,200 Tax Allowed $138.91 100/410.0- 0001 - 0033.0 4 JUNIPER LN I 101 WHEELER, VIRGINIA 3OAN $490,900 $8,316 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,900 Tax Allowed $201.59 100/410.0- 0001 - 0022.0 8 JUNIPER LN 1 KASWELL NORMAN 3 & LINDA R $472,700 $8,008 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,600 Tax Allowed $230.38 100/410.0- 0001 - 0020.0 14 JUNIPER LN 101 TURCOTTE, PAULA A $486,200 $8,236 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,100 Tax Allowed $238.85 100/639.0- 0001 - 0035.0 29 JUNIPER LN 101 PINN RICHARD 3 & SHEILA ANN $342,000 $5,793 2012 7 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $5,300 Tax Allowed 7 $87.78 100/684.0- 0001 - 0016.0 40 JUNIPER LN I 101 TELEGEN DAVID & LORRAINE $372,700 $6,314 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,900 Tax Allowed $116.89 100/684.0- 0001 - 0013.0 46 JUNIPER LN 101 STRAUSS BERNARD H & MARSHAL $362,400 $6,139 2012 3/29/2012 3/15/2012 GRT GRT lBoard applicant with agreed a 9 PP - Granted Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 17 $4,500 Tax Allowed 600 Tax Allowed $ 296.42 $77.92 100/099.0- 0204- 0015.A 24 KENDALL AVE I 101 BOLTON, THOMAS A $213,300 $3,613 2012 6/14/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,300 Tax Allowed $106.72 100 /100.0- 0206- 0001.A 15 KENDALL LN I 101 VERDY, MICHAEL W $243,000 $4,116 2012 5/31/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,900 Tax Allowed $337.11 100/079.0- 0157 - 0003.0 11 KINGSBURY S=T 101 SCHRAFFA, PAUL D & CHERYL A $175,100 $2,966 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,800 Tax Allowed $81.31 100/289.0- 0001 - 0037.0 6 KNIGHT RD I 101 BURSTEIN, SUMNER H & DLEELA L T $368,400 $6,241 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $2,500 Tax Allowed $42.35 100/536.0- 0001 - 0001.0 21 KNIGHT RD 101 REED 3OHN E & FRIEDERICKA M TR $391,800 $6,637 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $23,000 Tax Allowed $389.62 100/761.0- 0001 - 0002.0 46 KNIGHT RD EXT 101 CRON TR, SARA LEE $562,300 $9,525 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed $6,500 Tax Allowed $110.11 100/761.0- 0001 - 0003.0 48 KNIGHT RD EXT 101 SIEGEL ELLIOT L & SUSAN 3 $475,900 $8,062 2012 7 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $29,900 Tax Allowed 7 $506.51 100/762.0- 0001- 0009.A 51 KNIGHT RD EXT 101 SPIGEL, MARC R & JANE K $526,200 $8,914 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,000 Tax Allowed $118.58 100/124.0- 0253 - 0034.0 19 KNOX AVE 1 101 FULL ARTHUR & EVELYN $209,500 $3,549 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,900 Tax Allowed $116.89 100/134.0- 0279 - 0147.0 2 LAKE AVE 101 MUELLER, SCOTT & HENNESSY, LISA $480,600 $8,141 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $41,100 Tax Allowed $696.23 100/134.0- 0279 - 0002.0 124 LAKE AVE I 101 BEARCE, WAYNE R & KAREN M $538,400 $9,120 2012 5/17/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,300 Tax Allowed $259.18 88 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/688.0- 0001 - 0009.0 16 LANTERN RD 101 BRAUNER, LEAH A & AGNETA L & RA $773,100 $13,096 2012 3 3/29/2012 G GRT B Board agreed with applicant - Granted V Value Allowed 19 000 Tax Allowed 321.86 100/688.0- 0001 - 0011.0 20 LANTERN RD I 101 SLATER, CRAIG & LESLIE $792,900 $13,432 Z201 100/682.0- 0001 - 0158.0 7 LARNIS RD 101 WONG, CHUN FAI & SUZANNE SO -S $377,700 $6,398 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,100 Tax Allowed $204.97 100/677.0- 0001 - 0169.0 23 LARNIS RD 101 SCHOENER, PAUL H & ORPHA R $409,300 $6,934 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,400 Tax Allowed $227.00 100/677.0- 0001 - 0135.0 42 LARNIS RD 101 KEILTY RICHARD P & JUNE M $390,500 $6,615 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,400 Tax Allowed $108.42 100/307.0- 0001 - 0033.0 18 LASALLE AVE 101 OSTHUES, 3ANICE M & PIETRAS, KA $286,800 $4,858 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,200 Tax Allowed $545.47 100/730.0- 0001 - 0001.0 1 LAVELLE LN 101 CHENG, COREY I $663,500 $11,240 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $88,900 Tax Allowed $1,505.97 - UV CIR 101 CYNAMON TRS, 3OSEPH 3 & PAULA $359,000 $6,0 81 2012 1 100/397.0- 0096 - 0114.0 65 LEIGH ST 101 FANNON, JANE D $296,300 $5,019 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,200 Tax Allowed $189.73 100/243.0- 0080 - 0015.0 25 LEONARD RD 101 HARMOM, WAYNE H & DEBRA $434,800 $7,366 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,300 Tax Allowed $208.36 100/532.0- 0001 - 0013.0 15 LILIAN RD 101 ARNOLD, LILLIAN $273,500 $4,633 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,500 Tax Allowed $245.63 100/532.0- 0001 - 0029.0 8 01 LILIAN RD EXTN 1 MATTO GEORGE F & PHYLLIS $267,300 $4,528 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,300 Tax Allowed $208.36 100/532.0- 0001- 0023.A 16 LILIAN RD EXTN 101 GRAY, FLORENCE A LIFE ESTATE $271,100 $4,592 100/532.0- 0001- 0023.A 16 LILLIAN RD EXTN [= GRAY, FLORENCE A LIFE ESTATE $306,900 $5,199 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,200 Tax Allowed $272.00 100/292.0- 0183 - 0029.0 49 LITTLE FARMS RD 01 1 DE NORSCIA, ANTHONY 3 & JANET $322,000 $5,455 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,800 Tax Allowed $318.47 100/287.0- 0001 - 0015.0 7 LITTLE TREE LN 101 BEVELANDER, CHARLES D $388,600 $6,583 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,900 Tax Allowed $320.17 100/287.0- 0001 - 0018.0 1 01 3 LITTLE TREE LN 1 BOCZENOWSKI 3OHN A & PATRICIA $341,200 $5,780 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,900 Tax Allowed $116.89 100/596.0- 0001 - 0101.0 27 LIVOLI RD 101 FREE a 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $68,400 Tax Allowed $1,158.70 2 2/16/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $92,900 Tax Allowed $1,573.73 0 2/25/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $31,400 Tax Allowed $455.93 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,200 Tax Allowed $359.13 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,200 Tax Allowed $307.82 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,200 Tax Allowed $359.13 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,200 Tax Allowed $307.82 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/491.0- 0001 - 0009.0 71 LOCKLAND AVE I 101 KEPPELER, THOMAS M $321,900 $5,453 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,900 Tax Allowed $455.69 100/473.0- 0001 - 0007.0 149 LOCKLAND A=V=E= 101 KATZ SIDNEY & EILEEN $304,500 $5,158 2012 5/10/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $30,900 Tax Allowed $523.45 100/531.0- 0001 - 0007.0 182 LOCKLAND AVE 101 BOYLE MICHAEL & DIANNE $333,800 $5,655 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,000 Tax Allowed $254.10 100/741.0- 0001- 0064.A 14 LOMAS CIR 101 MALETTE GERALD J & MARY B $379,600 $6,430 1 100/490.0- 0001 - 0056.0 28 LONDONDERRY RD 101 BOURETTE, RONALD E & ELAINE F $298,800 $5,062 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,500 Tax Allowed $279.51 100/132.0- 0001 - 0096.0 13 LOUIS RD 101 PATTERSON, JUDY L $272,000 $4,608 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,700 Tax Allowed $418.47 100/285.0- 0151 - 0013.0 1 LOVERING AVE 101 GORGONE TRS, PHILIP D & ELIZABE $457,800 $7,755 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,700 Tax Allowed $384.54 100/678.0- 0001 - 0120.0 8 LOWRY RD 101 ZISK JORDAN & DIANE N $404,100 $6,845 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $53,800 Tax Allowed $911.37 100/341.0- 0004- 0001.A 15 LOWTHER RD 101 STEELE, JONATHAN P & COLLEEN J $321,100 $5,439 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,300 Tax Allowed $106.72 100/556.0- 0001 - 0053.0 33 LYMAN RD 101 FRANCHITTO, ROLANDO M & LO LA F $318,800 $5,400 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,900 Tax Allowed $32.18 100/447.0- 0002 - 0029.0 1 MACOMBER LN 101 WOLRICH, GILBERT & MINDY S $980,600 $16,611 2012 5/24/2012 G [ Board ard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $60,800 Tax Allowed $1,029.95 100/844.0- 0001 - 0011.0 26 MAJOR HALE DR 101 TAYLOR, MARCIA W $619,800 $10,499 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,800 Tax Allowed $216.83 100/204.0- 0007- 0010.F 10 MAPLE ST 101 COPSON, DONALD & KATHLEEN $377,500 $6,395 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $31,600 Tax Allowed $535.30 100/204.0- 0007- 0010.G 12 MAPLE ST 101 SCIONTI THOMAS & GENEVIEVE $381,500 $6,463 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $35,200 Tax Allowed $596.29 100/204.0- 0007 - 0009.0 14 MAPLE ST 101 SLATKAVITZ ALICE $356,500 $6,039 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $55,200 Tax Allowed $935.09 100/204.0- 0007 - 0008.0 18 MAPLE ST 101 MUTO JANE E $304,700 $5,162 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $40,700 Tax Allowed $689.46 100/204.0- 0007- 0007.A 58 MAPLE ST 1 COLLOTTA ANTHONY $299,800 $5,079 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,600 Tax Allowed $348.96 100/213.0- 0027 - 0004.0 100 MAPLE ST 101 GERSHENOVICH, EUGENE A & IRINA $328,700 $5,568 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,200 Tax Allowed $545.47 100/207.0- 0016 - 0015.0 155 MAPLE ST 101 SLINEY ROBERT & THERESA $362,900 $6,148 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $30,200 Tax Allowed $511.59 90 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,200 Tax Allowed $359.12 242 2011 3/10/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,300 Tax Allowed $341.44 2010 3/18/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,300 Tax Allowed $309.28 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due (Board agreed with applicant - Granted 100/636.0- 0001 - 0012.0 11 MAYMONT DR= 101 Value Allowed $18 400 Tax Allowed 2012 4/12/2012 GRT $311.70 Granted Value Allowed 100/222.0- 0044 - 0008.0 232 MAPLE ST 101 WILLIAMS MARSHALL & BERNICE $363,000 $6,149 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $30,500 Tax Allowed $516.67 100/574.0- 0001 - 0352.0 32 MARY AGNES=R 101 ROBINSHAW JOSEPH P & NORM A J $288,200 $4,882 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,000 Tax Allowed $220.22 $191.42 100/636.0- 0001 - 0009.0 20 MAYMONT DR= 101 CIOPPA CARL & SUSAN 100/538.0- 0001 - 0062.0 16 MAYFLOWER RD 101 MEENES RONALD M & JOYCE D $277,800 $4,706 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,200 Tax Allowed $257.49 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,800 Tax Allowed $335.41 100/636.0- 0001 - 0016.0 3 MAYMONT DR 101 KIVELL THOMAS F & NANCY M $329,800 $5,587 91 2012 3/22/2012 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted 100/636.0- 0001 - 0012.0 11 MAYMONT DR= 101 Value Allowed $18 400 Tax Allowed 2012 4/12/2012 GRT $311.70 Granted Value Allowed $38,600 Tax Allowed 2009 5/18/2009 GRT (Board agreed with applicant Granted $5,594 Value Allowed $23,000 Tax Allowed $17,100 Tax Allowed $295.09 Board agreed with applicant - 91 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 100/636.0- 0001 - 0012.0 11 MAYMONT DR= 101 ROSEN JOAN S $335,200 $5,678 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,600 Tax Allowed $653.88 100/636.0- 0001 - 0005.0 12 MAYMONT DR= 101 TKACH, GEORGE S $330,200 $5,594 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,100 Tax Allowed $289.68 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,300 Tax Allowed $191.42 100/636.0- 0001 - 0009.0 20 MAYMONT DR= 101 CIOPPA CARL & SUSAN $323,900 $5,487 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,800 Tax Allowed $115.19 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,800 Tax Allowed $335.41 100/379.0- 0039 - 0007.0 206 MAYNARD RD OFF RR 101 FITTS, LINDA G & FRANCES TR $655,900 $11,111 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $182,800 Tax Allowed F $3,096.63 100/490.0- 0001 - 0061.0 6 MAYO ST I 101 FEGAN JR WILLIAM H & BARBARA $286,800 $4,858 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,600 Tax Allowed $264.26 100/293.0- 0184 - 0001.0 OF MEADOW ST NS 131 CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC $5,171,900 $87,612 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,724,200 Tax Allowed $80,027.95 100/139.0- 0288 - 0063.0 98 MELLEN ST 1 337 GOSSELS, WERNER F TR $120,300 $4,577 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $30,300 Tax Allowed $513.28 100/569.0- 0001 - 0112.0 3 MERRILL DR I 101 LABRIE, DAMON V $270,000 $4,574 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,300 Tax Allowed $242.24 100/287.0- 0001- 0001.H 14 MILL ST 101 GARCIA, JOSEPH E & SUZANNE M $459,900 $7,791 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,900 Tax Allowed $133.83 100/379.0- 0038 - 0022.0 25 MILL ST I 101 BOLIVAR OCTAVIO C & SUSAN R $440,000 $7,454 91 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,300 Tax Allowed $276.12 Value Allowed $35,200 Tax Allowed $451.62 Value Allowed $25,000 Tax Allowed $313.25 2009 3/23/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 2008 4/14/2008 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 91 100/378.0- 0038 - 0002.E 175 MILL ST I 101 CASAGRANDE, MARGARET $1,012,400 $17,150 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $140,100 Tax Allowed $2,373.29 100/163.0- 0339 - 0006.0 24 MILLER AVE I 101 PELLETIER, LINDA E & ROSS A $573,800 $9,720 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,300 Tax Allowed $191.42 100/438.0- 0002 - 0017.0 10 MILLWOOD CIR 101 MOODY, DOROTHY B $352,900 $5,978 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,800 Tax Allowed $335.41 100/435.0- 0001 - 0014.E 105 MILLWOOD ST I 101 SILVA PAUL F & SUSAN F $699,900 $11,856 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $67,900 Tax Allowed $1,150.23 91 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/684.0- 0001 - 0035.0 4 MOHAWK DR 101 WILLIAMS, PETER G & ADELE C $441,800 $7,484 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board applicant - Granted with agreed a 9 Value Allowed Value Allowed 11 $ 300 Tax Allowed $21,300 Tax Allowed $ 191.42 $266.89 2008 2/25/2008 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 100/684.0- 0001 - 0032.0 10 MOHAWK DR I 101 [ LEE WING HON & MAISIE $521,400 $8,833 2012 3/22/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,800 Tax Allowed $504.81 100/841.0- 0001 - 0006.0 12 MONTEREY LN 101 LACHANCE 3OHN H & KAREN A $468,600 $7,938 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,600 Tax Allowed $162.62 100/742.0- 0001 - 0091.0 13 MONTGOMERY DR 101 POLOGE ROY & RHODA LEE $461,400 $7,816 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,100 Tax Allowed $408.25 100/742.0- 0001 - 0090.0 15 MONTGOMERY DR 101 BANKER, RHEA TR $477,100 $8,082 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,800 Tax Allowed $267.65 100/780.0- 0001 - 0038.0 2 MOUNTAINVIEW DR 101 GALLITTO, RICHARD & STEPHANIE $1,028,700 $17,426 2012 4/26/2012]FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $245,700 Tax Allowed $4,162.16 100/780.0- 0001 - 0042.0 5 MOUNTAINVIEW DR 101 KOKAR, MIECZYSLAW & BARBARA $1,019,800 $17,275 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $248,400 Tax Allowed $4,207.90 100/780.0- 0001 - 0039.0 10 MOUNTAINVIEW DR 101 YAMAMOTO, TOSHI & SHU3I $1,101,000 $18,651 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $19,100 Tax Allowed F $323.55 100/780.0- 0001 - 0040.0 14 MOUNTAINVIEW DR 101 DECRISTOFARO, MICHAEL & AUCOI $1,050,300 $17,792 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $254,700 Tax Allowed $4,314.62 100/580.0- 0001 - 0082.0 3 MYRNA RD 101 GLIMCHER, DANIELLE F $300,200 $5,085 2012 5/24/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,700 Tax Allowed $215.14 100/601.0- 0001 - 0202.0 10 NANCY LN 101 STONE TRS, HARVEY S & DEANNE C $336,300 $5,697 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,500 Tax Allowed $381.15 100/349.0- 0115 - 0002.E 164 NEWBURY S=T 101 ROUSSELL, GENEVIEVE M $309,400 $5,241 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,400 Tax Allowed $193.12 100/502.0- 0001 - 0790.0 85 NICHOLAS RD: 101 LUOMA 3R RONALD P & AUDREY A $351,100 $5,948 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,600 Tax Allowed $315.08 100/421.0- 0001 - 0008.8 [3 NIXON RD I 101 LANDER, STACEY M & STEPHEN N $789,700 $13,378 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,300 Tax Allowed $360.82 100/422.0- 0001 - 0016.0 31 NIXON RD I 101 FEINDEL, WILLIAM A & CYNTHIA R $304,100 $5,151 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $5,200 Tax Allowed 7 $88.09 100/422.0- 0003- 0003.A 54 NIXON RD I 101 WOOD, 3OANNE M & O MALLEY, NAN $549,300 $9,305 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,000 Tax Allowed $440.44 100/422.0- 0003 - 0003.E 60 B NIXON RD 1 101 GROH, KENNETH 3 & PAULINE D $697,800 $11,821 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,500 Tax Allowed $635.25 100/422.0- 0003 - 0002.E 64 NIXON RD 018 SIMONELLI, 3OSEPH & FRATALIA, LY $641,900 $24,424 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,165 Tax Allowed $307.72 100/608.0- 0001 - 0324.0 68 NOB HILL DR= 101 RYKBOST ROBERT B & MARCIA 3 $362,900 $6,148 2012 4/12/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,500 Tax Allowed $228.69 92 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/426.0- 0001 - 0010.0 38 OAKVALE RD I 101 D'ALELIO, KATHLEEN $439,600 $7,447 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $46,400 Tax Allowed $786.02 100/428.0- 0001 - 0016.0 50 OAKVALE RD I 101 MALIESWSKI, MICHAEL P & RIMA $355,900 $6,029 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,300 Tax Allowed $242.24 100/158.0- 0077 - 0001.0 2 OLD CENTRAL TNPK 101 ANGERMANN HAROLD T & ANGIE L L $258,000 $4,371 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,100 Tax Allowed $52.51 100/257.0- 0120- 0004.A 92 OLD CONN PATH:= 101 LAFRENIERE, MICHAEL P & $268,400 $4,547 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,400 Tax Allowed $379.46 100/653.0- 0001- 0002.G 325 OLD CONN PATH 101 FRANZINI RENZO & LORRAINE A LIF $269,500 $4,565 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,100 Tax Allowed $272.73 100/653.0- 0001 - 0008.0 373 OLD CONN PATH I 101 IZENBERG, JUDITH S & WEINBERG, $285,200 $4,831 2012 7 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $10,900 Tax Allowed 7 $184.65 100/298.0- 0199- 0001.K 888 OLD CONN PATH I 101 BURNS, 3OSEPH V & DOROTHY E TR $299,900 $5,080 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $3,700 Tax Allowed $62.68 100/478.0- 0001 - 0019.0 987 OLD CONN PATH 101 HALLORAN DORIS $290,800 $4,926 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,500 Tax Allowed $245.63 100/479.0- 0001 - 0016.0 1051 OLD CONN PATH 101 CABEZON, BALTASAR, & MARIA A $307,100 $5,202 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,200 Tax Allowed $308.31 100/479.0- 0001 - 0017.0 1053 OLD CONN PATH 101 STEWART JAMES L & PATRICIA A $320,200 $5,424 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,200 Tax Allowed $105.03 100/302.0- 0211 - 0004.0 1050 OLD CONN PATH RR 106 CSE FRAMINGHAM, LLC $32,900 $557 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 0 Tax Allowed $694.52 100/408.0- 0001- 0025.A 4 OLD WOOD RD= 101 WELCH, 3OAN P $334,700 $5,670 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,100 Tax Allowed $120.27 100/407.0- 0001 - 0002.0 1349 OLD WORCESTER RD 101 HILL ANDREW W $324,800 $5,502 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $22,400 Tax Allowed F $379.46 100/270.0- 0136 - 0012.0 16 OLYMPIC ST 101 SULLIVAN, BRIAN C & KATHLEEN L $343,200 $5,814 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,700 Tax Allowed $130.44 100/400.0- 0002 - 0236.0 28 OVERLOOK DR EAST 101 SPINDT, ERIC & $683,900 $11,585 2012 5/24/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $78,700 Tax Allowed $1,333.18 100/400.0- 0002 - 0233.0 33 OVERLOOK DR EAST 101 PARKER, DENNIS W $680,200 $11,523 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $65,300 Tax Allowed $1,106.18 100/400.0- 0002 - 0109.0 52 OVERLOOK DR WEST 101 ENGEL, STEVEN L & ANAT $555,400 $9,408 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $27,900 Tax Allowed $472.63 100/066.0- 0131 - 0017.0 23 PALMER RD I 101 MURRAY, CHRISTINE M $275,400 $4,665 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,200 Tax Allowed $240.55 100/422.0- 0003- 0001.A 98 PARMENTER RD 101 WEBSTER DEAN L $415,400 $7,037 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,600 Tax Allowed $196.51 93 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/436.0- 0001 - 0254.0 20 PAXTON RD I 101 MILLER, ERIC D & DEBORAH L $277,900 $4,708 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,800 Tax Allowed $199.89 100/436.0- 0001 - 0256.0 24 PAXTON RD 101 HARRINGTON JANET L $267,000 $4,523 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,400 Tax Allowed $260.88 100/489.0- 0001 - 0015.0 11 PERRY H HENDERSON DR 101 STEANS JR, ARZELL & LORI A $419,000 $7,098 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,100 Tax Allowed $154.15 100/784.0- 0001 - 0055.0 61 PERRY H HENDERSON DR 101 SULFARO, PAUL & VIRGINIA A $415,900 $7,045 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,000 Tax Allowed $287.98 100/784.0- 0001 - 0054.0 63 PERRY H HENDERSON DR 101 CLARK, THOMAS S & SUSAN S $422,000 $7,149 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $24,000 Tax Allowed $406.56 100/784.0- 0001 - 0049.0 66 PERRY H HENDERSON DR 101 SMITH GREGORY P & ADELE M $440,200 $7,457 2012 7 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $31,400 Tax Allowed 7 $531.92 100/502.0- 0001 - 0788.0 22 PINEWOOD D=R 101 COHEN JEANNE I $273,800 $4,638 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,800 Tax Allowed $199.89 100/318.0- 0001 - 0001.0 47 PINEWOOD DR 101 MC KEOWN ELIZABETH $378,100 $6,405 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,600 Tax Allowed $145.68 100/239.0- 0069 - 0036.0 5 PITT RD 101 KOKKALIS, MAGDALINE & ANDREAS $320,800 $5,434 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $33,000 Tax Allowed $559.02 100/467.0- 0001 - 0088.0 60 PITT RD I 101 BENNETT, ROBERT E JR & GAIL M $293,900 $4,979 2012 4/19/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,900 Tax Allowed $252.41 100/437.0- 0001- 0006.A 719 PLEASANT S=T 101 YOUNG ALEXANDER & CATHERINE J $532,300 $9,017 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $168,200 Tax Allowed $2,849.31 100/440.0- 0001 - 0047.0 985 PLEASANT S=T 101 LINGHAM JR EDMAND P & PRISCILL $371,000 $6,285 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,600 Tax Allowed $145.68 100/633.0- 0001 - 0021.0 991 PLEASANT ST 101 KENNEY, JOHN J & MARY E $321,500 $5,446 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,600 Tax Allowed F $298.14 100/693.0- 0001 - 0002.0 1007 PLEASANT ST I 101 FISHER MARLAEN J $331,500 $5,616 2012 5/10/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,000 Tax Allowed $220.22 100/057.0- 0115 - 0005.0 21 POND ST I 101 MASKELL DANA & HELEN $264,500 $4,481 2012 5/31/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,200 Tax Allowed $172.79 100/058.0- 0116 - 0026.0 26 POND ST 1 104 GONFRADE RICHARD C & ELEANOR $284,000 $4,811 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,700 Tax Allowed $299.84 100/487.0- 0001 - 0075.0 14 POPLAR ST I 101 KEARNEY GERALD & ELEANOR $283,800 $4,808 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,000 Tax Allowed $271.04 100/756.0- 0001 - 0022.0 11 PORTMORE LUNT= 101 COSGROVE, EDWARD V & MARIA H $443,200 $7,508 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,000 Tax Allowed $626.78 100/402.0- 0001 - 0005.6 23 POTTER RD I 101 DEMARCO ANTONIO & ANGELA $357,900 $6,063 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,500 Tax Allowed $347.27 •, Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/515.0- 0001- 0006.A 187 POTTER RD 101 TIWARI, SPANDAN $462,300 $7,831 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,700 Tax Allowed $265.96 100/400.0- 0002- 0006.0 299 POTTER RD I 101 LEVENSOHN, ADAM C & LAURA $488,400 $8,273 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $28,700 Tax Allowed $486.18 100/051.0- 0101 - 0001.0 50 PRINDIVILLE AVE 101 OLIVER, SALLY I TR $319,500 $5,412 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $5,100 Tax Allowed $86.39 100/433.0- 0001- 0091.A 28 PRIOR DR 101 SOLOMON SHERWIN & PAULA $301,100 $5,101 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,900 Tax Allowed $455.69 100/246.0- 0084- 0014.G 167 PROSPECT ST 101 CASEY, DAVID CLAY & HOPE L $568,100 $9,624 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,700 Tax Allowed $215.14 100/228.0- 0087- 0008.A 174 PROSPECT S=T 101 MURPHY, KATHLEEN TRUSTEE $358,100 $6,066 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,200 Tax Allowed $308.31 2010 4/8/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,400 Tax Allowed $281.69 2009 3/30/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,400 Tax Allowed $17.96 100/542.0- 0001 - 0039.0 22 RALEIGH RD I 101 CASWELL, LOUISA S $369,900 $6,266 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,400 Tax Allowed $260.88 100/265.0- 0133 - 0075.0 26 RANDY RD 101 SEDOVSKY, JEFFREY R & HEIDI S $319,700 $5,416 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $21,800 Tax Allowed $369.29 100/443.0- 0001 - 0023.0 8 RANSOM RD I 101 CURTIS, STEVEN M $292,200 $4,950 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,700 Tax Allowed $282.90 100/443.0- 0001- 0021.A 32 RANSOM RD I 101 TOSTI, THEODORA $294,200 $4,984 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $4,700 Tax Allowed 7 $79.62 100/455.0- 0001 - 0014.0 13 RED COAT RD= 101 SANCHEZ NICOLAS & ROXANA M $345,800 $5,858 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,300 Tax Allowed $310.00 100/455.0- 0001 - 0017.0 19 RED COAT RD 101 FRAZIER, DEBORAH H & LAWSON E $387,500 $6,564 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,200 Tax Allowed $579.35 100/132.0 0001 0109.0 11 ROBERT RD 101 FADER, ELAINE $269,100 $4,559 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,100 Tax Allowed $272.73 100/403.B- 0001- 0034.A 36 ROUNDTOP R=D 101 CHOUMAN, TALAL & JULIE M $352,700 $5,975 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $22,100 Tax Allowed $374.37 100/544.0- 0001 - 0016.0 33 RUTHELLEN R=D 101 PARESKY, FRANCINE T $256,900 $4,352 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,200 Tax Allowed $274.43 100/840.0- 0001 - 0017.0 1 SAGE LN 101 BERKOWITZ, BARBARA C $1,033,600 $17,509 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $119,700 Tax Allowed $2,027.72 100/840.0- 0001- 0018.A 5 SAGE LN 1 LAMAKIN, KIRYL A $621,100 $10,521 6 SAGE LN 101 POLLOCK, BRIAN R & 3OANNE P $638,6 00 $10,818 2012 4/26/2012 GRT 100/840.0- 0001- 0018.K 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 10 $ 000 Tax Allowed 169.40 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,100 Tax Allowed $340.49 95 Board agreed with applicant - Granted V Value Allowed $54,700 Tax Allowed $926.62 2011 3 3/24/2011 G GRT B Board agreed with applicant - Granted V Value Allowed $60,200 Tax Allowed $965.01 - Granted Value Allowed 10 $ 000 Tax Allowed 169.40 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,100 Tax Allowed $340.49 95 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due Value Allowed Value Allowed $64 Tax Allowed $254.10 $1 Value Allowed $17,800 Tax Allowed $285.33 2010 2011 3/31/2011 100/494.0- 0040 - 0012.0 264 SALEM END RD I 101 BOUCINI, ROBERT J & LUCILLE A TR $555,900 $9,417 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,600 Tax Allowed $348.96 100/454.0- 0004 - 0008.0 883 SALEM END RD I 101 CHAPMAN, MARY L $553,300 $9,373 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $72,200 Tax Allowed $1,223.07 $5,036 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,800 Tax Allowed $182.95 100/385.0- 0009 - 0030.0 10 SALVI DR I 101 SHKLOVSKY, MARK & IRINA A $399,600 $6,769 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $19,000 Tax Allowed $321.86 2012 4/12/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 3 800 Tax Allowed $26,600 Tax Allowed $ 64.37 $386.23 96 100/385.0- 0009 - 0011.0 23 SALVI DR 1 POOLE, DONALD & CYNTHIA $363,200 $6,153 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,300 Tax Allowed $208.36 100/302.0- 0211 - 0035.0 2 SARATOGA LN I 101 KWAN, HUBERT S & CLARISSA WON $529,400 $8,968 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,400 Tax Allowed $582.74 100/300.0- 0203 - 0011.0 13 SAXONY RD 101 SOLOMON, HARVE $303,900 $5,148 2012 7 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $14,800 Tax Allowed 7 $250.71 100/300.0- 0203 - 0017.0 51 SAXONY RD I 101 MCCANN M RAYMOND & MARCIA J $294,600 $4,991 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,600 Tax Allowed $264.26 100/285.0- 0151- 0013.G 91 SCHOOL ST 1 101 GAGLIARDI, MICHAEL J & ELIZABET $448,300 $7,594 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,500 Tax Allowed $652.19 100/300.0- 0203 - 0020.0 214 SCHOOL ST 101 BLOCH, MICHAEL P & JESSIE $506,300 $8,577 100/356.0- 0086 - 0010.0 5 SHADY LN I 101 FARRELL, ROBERT P $415,400 $7,037 2012 5/17/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $28,000 Tax Allowed $474.32 100/522.0- 0001 - 0048.0 17 SHEFFIELD R=D 101 HERSON, LEATRICE LIFE ESTATE $266,800 $4,520 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 100/187.0- 0009 - 0432.0 13 SHERWIN TERR 101 SPURGEON, RONALD W & MARIA T $357,000 $6,048 2012 4/12/2012 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $64 Tax Allowed $254.10 $1 Value Allowed $17,800 Tax Allowed $285.33 2010 2011 3/31/2011 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted $29,500 Value Allowed $42,300 Tax Allowed $11,489 $678.07 Value Allowed 100/356.0- 0086 - 0010.0 5 SHADY LN I 101 FARRELL, ROBERT P $415,400 $7,037 2012 5/17/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $28,000 Tax Allowed $474.32 100/522.0- 0001 - 0048.0 17 SHEFFIELD R=D 101 HERSON, LEATRICE LIFE ESTATE $266,800 $4,520 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 100/187.0- 0009 - 0432.0 13 SHERWIN TERR 101 SPURGEON, RONALD W & MARIA T $357,000 $6,048 100/187.0-0009-0434.0 15 SHERWIN TERR 101 EGAN, ERIN M $291,100 $4,931 2012 6/14/2012 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15 000 Tax Allowed 3/10/2011 $254.10 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,800 Tax Allowed $285.33 2010 3/25/2010 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $29,500 Tax Allowed $428.34 $11,489 100/187.0-0009-0434.0 15 SHERWIN TERR 101 EGAN, ERIN M $291,100 $4,931 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,430 Tax Allowed $261.38 2012 7 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 2011 3/10/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,800 Tax Allowed $285.33 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 2009 3/23/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,900 Tax Allowed $165.51 100/328.0- 0001 - 0249.0 28 SIMPSON DR: 101 JEWELL, RICHARD A II & VALERIE D $373,300 $6,324 2012 7 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $9,200 Tax Allowed 7 $155.85 100/338.0- 0007 - 0542.0 91 SIMPSON DR 101 STILLSON ROBERT & ETHEL $243,600 $4,127 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,800 Tax Allowed $182.95 100/445.0- 0001- 0006.A 80 SINGLETARY LN 101 BYRNE, RICHARD J & DEBRA A $678,200 $11,489 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $40,800 Tax Allowed $691.15 100/562.0-0001-0081.0 9 FO SLOANE DR 101 X EILEEN S $297,300 $5,036 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,800 Tax Allowed $182.95 100/112.0- 0225 - 0004.6 92 SOUTH ST I 101 DEMARCO FRANCESCO N & KATHLE $304,300 $5,155 2012 4/12/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP 2010 3/11/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 3 800 Tax Allowed $26,600 Tax Allowed $ 64.37 $386.23 96 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/547.0- 0001 - 0038.0 2 SPRING LN I 101 HELBERG, KARL & KAY $379,600 $6,430 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $26,300 Tax Allowed $445.52 100/548.0- 0001 - 0035.0 12 SPRING LN 101 GOLDMAN, KAREN A & SALEMI, RAY $405,000 $6,861 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,300 Tax Allowed $581.04 100/548.0- 0001 - 0024.0 17 SPRING LN I 101 COVARRUBIAS, LINO & ANBINDER, $341,500 $5,785 2012 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,000 Tax Allowed $101.64 100/213.0- 0027 - 0011.0 11 SPRING ST 101 BURGESS, KATHERINE A LIFE ES TAT $245,600 $4,160 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,400 Tax Allowed $277.81 100/484.0- 0001- 0048.A 26 =SPRUCE I 101 MATIAS, LAUREN A & ANTONIO D $319,900 $5,419 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,400 Tax Allowed $210.06 100/485.0- 0001 - 0001.0 75 SPRUCE ST I 101 IVESON, JEFFREY A $295,900 $5,013 2012 7 5/24/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $14,600 Tax Allowed 7 $247.32 100/457.0- 0005- 0015.A 400 STAPLES DR= 301 FORTY FOUR FRAMINGHAM ASSOCI $13,515,000 $514,246 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $750,000 Tax Allowed $28,537.50 100/301.0- 0208 - 0920.0 23 SUDBURY LANDING 101 CULLIVAN, CARINA B $422,500 $7,157 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,400 Tax Allowed $311.70 100/305.0- 0214 - 0143.0 5 SUMMIT PATH 101 OCNOS, DOROTHEA $316,300 $5,358 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,200 Tax Allowed $342.19 100/114.0- 0229- 0007.A 36 SUMMIT ST I 101 HOWLEY SUZANNE M & ELLIOT R $240,900 $4,081 2012 4/26/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,600 Tax Allowed $179.56 100/114.0- 0229 - 0001.0 52 SUMMIT ST I 101 D'COSTA, CHRISTINE & CONRAD $217,700 $3,688 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $10,600 Tax Allowed $179.56 100/589.0- 0001 - 0001.0 3 SUN VALLEY D=R 101 DEFINO, BARBARA A $343,200 $5,814 100/435.0- 0001 - 0018.E 13 SURRO DR 101 XU, TANG XIAN & YIN, YEHO $762,900 $12,924 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $66,800 Tax Allowed $1,131.59 100/753.0- 0001 - 0017.0 26 SWANSON RD 101 MARQUIS ARTHUR T & MERLE E $413,100 $6,998 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,200 Tax Allowed $206.66 100/207.0- 0015 - 0048.0 39 SWIFT RD 101 ROSEN SAUL R NATALIE $277,600 $4,703 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,400 Tax Allowed $210.06 100/453.0- 0001 - 0032.0 6 TALLY HO LN 101 LITCHMAN STANLEY E & ELISABETH $626,300 $10,610 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $101,300 Tax Allowed $1,716.02 100/389.0- 0011 - 0006.0 175 TEMPLE ST 101 MOORE HELEN B $237,800 $4,028 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,500 Tax Allowed $245.63 100/691.0- 0001 - 0039.0 6 TRAVIS DR 101 ROSENBERG, LAWRENCE A &LESLIE $425,300 $7,205 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,600 Tax Allowed $264.26 100/691.0- 0001 - 0009.0 7 TRAVIS DR 101 STEIN, MICHAEL N & RONA S $419,400 $7,105 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $18,100 Tax Allowed $306.61 97 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,730 Tax Allowed $673.03 2010 4/8/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,320 Tax Allowed $498.33 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,500 Tax Allowed $622.26 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,500 Tax Allowed $296.45 2011 3/17/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,000 Tax Allowed $320.60 100/691.0- 0001 - 0012.0 13 TRAVIS DR 101 AMES 3R RICHARD F & ROSEMARY K $503,500 $8,529 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,100 Tax Allowed $645.41 100/691.0- 0001 - 0013.0 15 TRAVIS DR I 101 DIPASQUALE, DANIEL & HEATHER A $468,700 $7,940 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $15,900 Tax Allowed $269.35 100/714.0- 0001 - 0033.0 18 TRAVIS DR I 101 POLLARD, PATRICIA A $444,900 $7,537 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,800 Tax Allowed $216.83 100/691.0- 0001 - 0015.0 19 TRAVIS DR 101 CARLSON, W ERIC & WOODRUFF CA $465,400 $7,884 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,200 Tax Allowed $816.51 100/714.0- 0001 - 0016.0 21 TRAVIS DR 101 FELSON, SETH D & VICTORIA $449,000 $7,606 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,900 Tax Allowed $828.37 100/715.0- 0001 - 0027.0 30 TRAVIS DR I 101 KUZA, BARRIE 3 & WILLIAM $466,700 $7,906 2012 2008 6/28/2012 4/28/2008 FGRT7 GRT j lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 15 600 Tax Allowed $8,500 Tax Allowed 264.26 $ $106.51 100/523.0- 0001 - 0042.0 21 TURNER RD I 101 MATTON, ROSEMARY S TR $293,700 $4,975 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,900 Tax Allowed $252.41 100/203.0- 0005 - 0023.0 24 UNION AVE T=ER::R= 101 WHEELER SR TRS, PAUL D & CATHE $252,100 $4,271 2012 5/17/2012] GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed F $9,400 Tax Allowed F $159.24 100/723.0- 0001 - 0035.0 7 VAILLENCOUR:T::D 101 LIVERMAN MAURICE & REEVA C $448,300 $7,594 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $9,300 Tax Allowed $157.54 100/723.0- 0001 - 0034.0 9 VAILLENCOURT DR 101 GREENBERG, GILA $449,100 $7,608 2012 4/12/2012 FGRT7 Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,800 Tax Allowed $132.13 100/067.0- 0132 - 0026.0 27 VALENTINE R=D 101 ERICKSON RICHARD 3 & GLORIA AN $236,700 $4,010 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,200 Tax Allowed $121.97 100/774.0- 0001 - 0114.0 4 VIGUE CIR I 101 BEBCHICKTR, SHEILA $542,100 $9,183 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $27,100 Tax Allowed $459.07 100/032.0- 0088- 0008.0 175 WALNUT ST 101 ARMSTRONG SHEILA ET AL $257,900 $4,369 100/374.0- 0103 - 0002.3 5 WARD FARM CIR 101 HICKEY, KENNETH 3 & MERYL I $532,200 $9,015 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,000 Tax Allowed $237.16 6 WARREN RD 101 FFEE, PHILIP R & O'HARE, NANCY $369,300 100/047.0- 0091 - 0005.0 9 GI $6,256 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $50,300 Tax Allowed $852.08 100/329.0- 0002 - 0265.0 140 WATER ST 101 LIBERATORE, DANIEL 3 & LILLIAN A $298,500 $5,057 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,600 Tax Allowed $230.38 100/329.0- 0002 - 0266.0 1 01 44 WATER ST 1 CASSANO, DEBORAH A TR $282,200 $4,780 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,600 Tax Allowed $77.92 100/643.0- 0001- 0047.A 541 WATER ST 101 LINCOLN, ROBERT B & CECELIA R $479,200 $8,118 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $42,200 Tax Allowed $714.87 100/164.0- 0329 - 0136.0 31 WAUSHAKUM BLVD 101 HIGGINS, CAROL TR $242,800 $4,113 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $8,700 Tax Allowed $147.38 98 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,500 Tax Allowed $296.45 2011 3/17/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $20,000 Tax Allowed $320.60 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/089.0- 0185 - 0009.0 2 WAVERLEY ST I 326 ROSE, WILLIAM & KATES, KENNETH $132,400 $5,038 2012 3/22/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $2,400 Tax Allowed $91.32 100/092.0- 0194 - 0018.0 86 WAVERLEY ST 340 SPYGLASS II LIMITED PARTNERSHIP $508,200 $19,337 100/372.0- 0120- 0027.A 471 WINCH ST 101 BRENDLER IRWIN & PAULA $436,800 $7,399 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,400 Tax Allowed $277.82 100/372.0- 0120 - 0027.6 473 WINCH ST I 101 SALES, 3OHN S & SUSAN W $442,000 $7,487 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 • • 2012 5/10/2012 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $58 200 Tax Allowed $2 $10,517 2011 4/28/2011 GRT (Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $279,400 Tax Allowed $10,368.53 100/372.0- 0120- 0027.A 471 WINCH ST 101 BRENDLER IRWIN & PAULA $436,800 $7,399 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,400 Tax Allowed $277.82 100/372.0- 0120 - 0027.6 473 WINCH ST I 101 SALES, 3OHN S & SUSAN W $442,000 $7,487 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 • • 2012 4/19/2012 GRT 100/918.0- 0999 - 0002.6 119 WAVERLEY ST 327 SEADIA, MICHAEL TR $276,400 $10,517 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $48,080 Tax Allowed $1,829.44 2011 3/31/2011 GRT 100 /001.0- 0001 - 0020.0 417 WAVERLEY ST I PM STEVENS GREENBERG FAMILY LL C $760,400 $28,933 2012 6/28/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $225,400 Tax Allowed $8,576.47 2010 4/22/2010 100/007.0- 0014- 0038.A 472 WAVERLEY ST I 326 PERIVOLARAKIS NICHOLAS & TINA $183,100 $6,967 2012 3/15/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $23,100 Tax Allowed $878.96 100/147.0- 0301- 0001.A 853 WAVERLEY ST I 400 STRATHMORE 17 INVESTMENTS LLC $812,700 $30,923 2009 Z20120 2 1 1/26/2012 7/14/2011 GRT GRT Board a a reed with licant 9 PP - Granted Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 62 700 Tax Allowed $120,500 Tax Allowed $ 2 , 385.74 $4,471.76 $331.01 100/089.0- 0185 - 0012.0 14 WAVERLEY ST RR 1 325 ROSE, WILLIAM & KATES, KENNETH $338,400 $12,876 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $53,400 Tax Allowed $2,031.87 100/421.0- 0001- 0001.K 32 WAYSIDE INN RD 101 GILL, RICHARD D & JANET L $1,124,700 $19,052 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $292,000 Tax Allowed $4,946.48 100/421.0- 0001- 0001.G 38 WAYSIDE INN RD I 101 HARRINGTON, ROBERT 3 & FAYE E $588,000 $9,961 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted 9 PP 2008 3/10/2008 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 38 500 Tax Allowed $11,100 Tax Allowed $ 652.19 $139.08 100/163.0- 0340 - 0024.0 30 WHITNEY AVE 101 BORGHESI, AUGUSTUS 3 LIFE ESTAT $236,900 $4,013 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $12,000 Tax Allowed $203.28 100/163.0- 0341 - 0017.0 48 WILLIS AVE I 130 DOWEN GLENN R & KATHERINE $198,500 $3,363 2012 4/26/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $118,500 Tax Allowed $2,007.39 100/728.0- 0001- 0027.A 9 WILLOWBROOK DR 101 PICKETT, WILLIAM 3R & ROSEMARY $350,000 $5,929 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant- Granted Value Allowed F $16,818 Tax Allowed F $284.90 100/431.0- 0001- 0004.0 140 WINCH ST I 101 LEVINSON, DAVID L $1,000,700 $16,952 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $121,900 Tax Allowed $2,064.99 100/430.0- 0001- 0004.0 260 WINCH ST I 101 CHARTOFF, ALAN S & GAIL C $577,200 $9,778 2012 4/19/2012 FGRT7 lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $30,100 Tax Allowed $509.89 100/840.0- 0001 - 0024.0 369 WINCH ST I 101 ANGUS, SEAN & DONNA $637,500 $10,799 100/372.0- 0120- 0027.A 471 WINCH ST 101 BRENDLER IRWIN & PAULA $436,800 $7,399 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,400 Tax Allowed $277.82 100/372.0- 0120 - 0027.6 473 WINCH ST I 101 SALES, 3OHN S & SUSAN W $442,000 $7,487 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 • • 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,900 Tax Allowed $591.21 2011 3/31/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $14,900 Tax Allowed $238.85 2010 4/22/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $11,800 Tax Allowed $171.34 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $25,800 Tax Allowed $331.01 100/372.0- 0120- 0027.A 471 WINCH ST 101 BRENDLER IRWIN & PAULA $436,800 $7,399 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $16,400 Tax Allowed $277.82 100/372.0- 0120 - 0027.6 473 WINCH ST I 101 SALES, 3OHN S & SUSAN W $442,000 $7,487 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $6,100 Tax Allowed $103.33 • • Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,200 Tax Allowed $121.97 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $31,200 Tax Allowed $400.30 100/581.0- 0001 - 0105.0 14 WINIFRED RD I 101 GALLIGAN PAUL $281,300 $4,765 2012 4/19/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,800 Tax Allowed $132.13 100/220.0- 0040- 0013.A 105 WINTER ST I 101 LIZOTTE, DAVID A $424,600 $7,193 100/168.0- 0041 - 0004.0 215 WINTER ST 101 BROWN, KAREN A $243,900 $4,132 2012 3/22/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,300 Tax Allowed $123.66 100/135.0- 0281 - 0009.0 24 WOOD AVE 101 ROSS, CHRISTOPHER C & HOFRENNI $243,600 $4,127 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,700 Tax Allowed $79.62 100/135.0- 0281 - 0079.0 42 WOOD AVE 101 OHLSON DEBORAH L $184,100 $3,119 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $4,100 Tax Allowed $69.45 100/204.0- 0007 - 0026.0 33 WOOD TERR 101 SARAVANOS, GEORGE & GREGORGI $259,200 $4,39 1 Z201 2 0 6/14/2012 2/25/2010 GRT GRT Board a reed with a licant - Granted 9 PP Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed $ 7 100 Tax Allowed $27,200 Tax Allowed $ 120.27 $394.94 100/247.0- 0085 - 0016.0 4 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY 101 BARNES, WILLIAM P & CONSTANCE $581,700 $9,854 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $39,400 Tax Allowed $667.44 100/247.0- 0085 - 0017.0 6 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY 01 1 KURLAND, STEPHEN R & GOLDBERG, $673,200 $11,404 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $44,300 Tax Allowed $750.44 100/247.0- 0085 - 0042.0 7 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY 101 DEVEAU, DANIEL S & BENOVITZ, LIS $590,200 $9,998 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,600 Tax Allowed $636.94 100/247.0- 0085 - 0018.0 8 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY 101 SUVALLE, MICHAEL & ELLEN $566,400 $9,595 2012 3/29/2012 3/15/2012 GRT GRT Board a a Granted 9 reed with applicant - Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed Value Allowed 33 $ 900 Tax Allowed $4,000 Tax Allowed $ 574.27 $67.76 100/247.0- 0085 - 0041.0 9 WOODSIDE COTTAGE WAY 101 HILL, GARRY & PATRICIA L $613,400 $10,391 12 2012 3/29/20 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $38,200 Tax Allowed $647.11 100/247.0- 0085 - 0040.0 1 COTTAGE WAY 1 WOODSIDE C 101 ERICKSON, LAWRENCE E SR & DI AN $592,400 $10,035 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant- Granted Value Allowed $37,500 Tax Allowed $635.25 OTTA 1LPERT, 100/247.0- 0085 - 0020.0 12 WOODSIDE C GE WAY 01 A BARRY 3 & NANCY R $543,300 $9,204 2012 3/29/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $35,800 Tax Allowed $606.45 100/574.0- 0001 - 0003.0 4 WOODSIDE RD 101 ANGLIN WILLIAM T & DEBORAH D $493,600 $8,362 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $54,900 Tax Allowed $930.01 100/087.0- 0141 - 0001.0 220 WORCESTER RD 323 RRB LIMITED PARTNERSHIP $8,038,800 $305,876 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $1,321,900 Tax Allowed $50,298.30 100/210.0- 0023 - 0030.0 752 WORCESTER RD 332 RIVOLLIER, ELIE 3R ET AL TRS $459,800 $17,495 2012 3/15/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $84,800 Tax Allowed $3,226.64 100/238.0- 0091 - 0001.0 1127 WORCESTER RD 317 CAHILL, HOWARD $305,600 $11,628 2012 4/12/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $153,900 Tax Allowed $5,855.90 100/463.0- 0009 - 0027.0 1891 WORCESTER RD 340 ONE 881 (1881) WORCESTER LLC $6,512,300 $247,793 2012 2/9/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed $12,300 Tax Allowed $468.02 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $7,200 Tax Allowed $121.97 2009 4/27/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $31,200 Tax Allowed $400.30 100 Parcel ID Address I Use Owner Name Final Value Tax Due 100/444.0- 0005 - 0408.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #408 1 102 TSOUROS, CHARLES & PANDORA $230,700 $3,908 2012 5/17/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $5,700 Tax Allowed $96.56 2011 3/24/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,600 Tax Allowed $282.13 2010 4/15/2010 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $17,600 Tax Allowed $255.55 2009 4/6/2009 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $25,400 Tax Allowed $325.88 2008 2/11/2008 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $13,900 Tax Allowed $174.16 100/444.0- 0005 - 0514.0 1500 WORCESTER RD #514 102 GOVORKOV, LEONID & FIRA $201,500 $3,413 2012 6/14/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 17 600 Tax Allowed 298.14 9 $ 2011 3/24/2011 GRT Board agreed with applicant- Granted Value Allowed $17, $ 600 Tax Allowed $282.13 100/247.0- 0085 - 0034.0 4 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 BLAINE, 3OHN F & JULIE M $607,500 $10,291 2012 5/31/2012 GRT lBoard agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $37,500 Tax Allowed $635.25 100/247.0- 0085 - 0033.0 5 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 DOPPELT, CAROL $591,900 $10,027 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant Granted Value Allowed $35,900 Tax Allowed $608.15 100/247.0- 0085 - 0035.0 6 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 KATZ, PHILIP C & BETTY A $611,100 $10,352 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $45,000 Tax Allowed $762.30 100/247.0- 0085 - 0032.0 7 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 KARYS, ALEC P & MAR30RIE $592,500 $10,037 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $69,700 Tax Allowed $1,180.72 100/247.0- 0085 - 0036.0 8 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 LANDY, STEPHEN $547,300 $9,271 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $32,600 Tax Allowed $552.24 100/247.0- 0085 - 0031.0 9 WYNDSTONE WAY I 101 PASCHE, VICTORIA S & FREDERICK $595,100 $10,081 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $45,900 Tax Allowed $777.55 100/247.0- 0085 - 0038.0 12 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 NICKERSON, GLENDON B 3R & DON $572,700 $9,702 2012 7 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed 7 $38,700 Tax Allowed 7 $655.58 100/247.0- 0085 - 0039.0 14 WYNDSTONE WAY 101 ROSEN, A. ERIC & EPSTEIN, BAR BAR $570,000 $9,656 2012 5/31/2012 GRT Board agreed with applicant - Granted Value Allowed $34,300 Tax Allowed $581.04 101 Town of Framingham Purchasin Memorial Bu 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 every Town department to produce invitation for bids for a multitude of projects ranging from improvements made to the Jonathan Maynard Building to a heavy duty ladder truck to the design of a fire suppression system for the Memorial Building. Routine contracts were awarded for the School Department lunch commodities (e.g., bread, milk, other food supplies), for the Police Department vehicle towing, for Parks & Recreation landscaping materials, and for various internal services, such as, insurance. The Purchasing Department posts all invitations for bid on the Town's AML Retirement System NW Memorial Building, Rm B31 1 508 -E 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 which consists of. Richard G. Howarth, Jr.; Town Accountant -Ex- officio Member; Mary Ellen Kelley, CFO Selectmen Appointee; Paul F. Barbieri, Elected Member; Peter J. Rovinelli, Elected Member; Wayne MacDonald; Board Member Appointee Sovereign Bank and MMDT $295,770.01 2012 Annual Town Report website and advertises larger procurement opportunities locally and in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Central Register. The Department currently is staffed by a part -time assistant, Mona Haywood. David Williams, Assistant Town Manager & Human Resources Director, 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. David R. Williams Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) /Assistant Town Manager & Human Resources Director Pension Reserve Investment Trust $214,655,160.29 Total Assets on 12/31/2012 214,950,930.30 Membership in the Retirement System: Active members 1125 Inactive members 255 Retired members & beneficiaries 797 Total Membership 2177 Respectfully Submitted, Roberta E. Griffin Executive Director Finance 102 Town of Framingham POLICE I FIRE I BOARD A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF CARL As we move into 2013, it continues to be my honor and privilege to serve as the Chief of Police for the Town of Framingham and I respectfully submit this annual report to the community, on behalf of the men and women of the Framingham Police Department. I am extremely proud of the Department and the excellent services our Police Officers provide to those who live, work, and visit Framingham. It is and has been my philosophy that we must strive to serve the community in the most efficient manner possible. During my tenure as Chief, I have continually sought new avenues to improve our effectiveness and increase the Department's efficiency, accountability and productivity. Given the restrictive fiscal climate, these efforts are now more challenging than ever before. Although limited resources have required a reduction or elimination of certain services, the Department's dedicated staff is committed to deliver the very best public safety services possible. We remain proud to protect and serve the Town, while recognizing the value of excellence in public safety. This excellence has been recognized by our peers in public safety and the Department is proud to be leader in our industry. We have achieved and maintained State Accreditation and are one of a small number of departments in 2012 Annual Town Report NAL SERVICES �°APaanrcn ti the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to have earned this stamp of approval. During the past year, the men and women of this department have achieved outstanding accomplishments in the areas of community partnerships and crime suppression. With the community's continued support, we look forward to continuing this success in the coming year. Steven B. Carl Chief of Police 2012 Police Personnel Resources Chief 1 Deputy Chief 3 Lieutenants 12 Sergeants 13 Administrative Aide 1 Assistant to Chief 1 Patrol Officers 87 Dispatchers 5 Civilian Staff 6.5 Mechanic 1 Parking Control 1 Animal Control 2.5 Crossing Guards 15 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: Public Safety & Health 103 Town of Framingham Billable FY10 FY11 FY12 Activity Finger $395 $1,675 $1,710 Prints Photos $450 $135 $25 Subpoen $139 $62 $38 as Hackney $655 $3,140 $4,080 Licenses Permits $2,847 $8,837 $8,912 to Ca Report $8,071 $8,917 $8,962 Fees Misc. $35,762 $11,866 $7,909 Revenue s Alarms $15,200 $102,075 $69,320 111F /Re $24,185 $0 $100 cove Court $145,735 $109,941 $103,446 Fines Detail $141,740 $137,798 $141,658 Admin Fee M/V $165,685 $91,492 $122,255 Fines Parking $227,988 $262,715 $220,637 Fines Tow $16,220 $27,700 $23,560 Fees Marijuan $4,265 $2,530 $3,400 a Fines Total $789,337 $768,883 $716,012 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 2012 Annual Town Report 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. This planning committee is currently working on a table top exercise for the fall of 2013. 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 Public Safety & Health 104 Town of Framingham responsibilities are increasing and the Town will need to recognize the value of emergency preparedness. 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. Jail Diversion Program During 2012 the Jail Diversion Program evaluated 764 individuals with mental illness that the police department had come into contact with. Of those 764 evaluations 66 had committed arrestable offenses but were diverted away from arrest and into mental health treatment programs. Forty -nine 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. Twelve 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(a).framinghamma. ov The Framingham Animal Control Department is staffed by 2 full -time and 1 part- time Animal Control Officers. The Officers provide service to the residents of Framingham and care for the animals held by the department 365 days a year. The Animal Control Officers enforce both town bylaws and Massachusetts General Laws. The MGL Chapter 140 laws were updated and came into effect November 1, 2012. The Animal Control 2012 Annual Town Report Officers attended training regarding these changes. Framingham Animal Control Officers work cooperatively with many outside agencies such as the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Boston Animal Rescue League and the Animal Control Officers Association of Massachusetts. Animal Control Officers work in conjunction with other town of Framingham departments such as the Board of Health, Police Department and Fire Department. Police assists are usually the result of an arrest, search warrant or domestic situation in which animals must be either controlled or removed. In addition to regular shifts, the Animal Control Officers also respond to off -hour emergencies as needed. The Animal Control Officers respond to calls regarding domestic animals, livestock and wildlife. There are more than 40 different locations that keep livestock and fowl within the town of Framingham. The annual livestock census, required by the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture, Division of Animal Health, is taken by the members of this department. All members of the department are certified Animal Control Officers and sworn Massachusetts Animal Inspectors. As Animal Inspectors, Officers are required to issue quarantines for bites and wounds of unknown origin. Animal Control Officers responded to more than 5,795 calls in 2012. Approximately 647 wildlife calls were fielded by the department. Approximately 1,136 canine calls were fielded by the department. Approximately 351 feline calls were fielded by the department. Other calls such as animal quarantines, police assists and compliance checks etc. totaling approximately 3,661 were addressed by Animal Control Officers. Rabies continues to be a health concern in our community. Dogs, cats Public Safety & Health 105 Town of Framingham and ferrets are required to be vaccinated against Rabies. This offers protection not only to the pet but also to the public. In December of 2012 a rabid cat attacked and injured two individuals. Fortunately the individuals' involved sought medical treatment as the disease, left untreated, is fatal. This incident serves as a reminder to all pet owners, the importance of vaccinating their pets. Unvaccinated cats are the primary vector for the spread of Rabies between wildlife and humans. Animal Control Officers continue their training concentrating on Emergency Sheltering, Disaster Preparedness and Management by attending the National Animal Control Officers Disaster training. The officers offer educational materials and information to the public regarding animal safety, disease prevention, and disaster preparedness. This material obtained through the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, MEMA, and the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture Division of Animal Health. Respectfully submitted, Katherine J. MacKenzie Director of Animal Control SWAT During 2012 the Framingham SWAT Team conducted four high risk tactical missions. These operations were in support of the narcotics unit during the execution of search warrants. All tactical missions involved suspects that were armed with weapons and/ or had histories of violent armed criminal acts. The SWAT team also intervened with a suicidal suspect who had a large cache of firearms. The incident was quickly and safely resolved and resulted in crisis mental health treatment for the subject. The SWAT team consists of the Tactical Unit, Tactical Emergency Medics (TEMS) and 2012 Annual Town Report the Crisis Negotiation Unit. Each tactical team member trained a minimum of 280 hours on topics including firearms proficiency, less lethal weapons, TASER, building search techniques, arrest tactics, trauma medical care, and use of force applications. The Negotiators and Medics also conducted training throughout the year to hone their skills. Negotiators train an average of 96 hours annually per member in crisis communication skills and the Medics train approximately 96 hours annually in emergency rescue and medical trauma techniques. Auxiliary Police The 21 dedicated men and women of the Framingham Auxiliary Police completed another outstanding year of service for the community. For the past 70 years, the Auxiliary Police have been an active and vital component of the Police Department. 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, Public Safety & Health 106 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report and are trained in the National Incident Management System. Respectfully Submitted, Steven B. Carl, Chief, Framingham Police Department Public Safety & Health 107 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Chief Officers Gary T. Daugherty, Chief John C. Magri, Assistant Chief Fire Prevention Brian C. Mauro, Fire Marshal Joseph C. Hicks, Fire Marshal Randy S. Smith, Assistant Fire Marshal Todd Young, Inspector Training Captain: Michael D. Dutcher, Captain Office Staff: Kelly J. O'Rourke, Office Manager 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 Personnel / 155: Chief 1 Assistant Chief 1 Deputies 4 Fire Marshal 1 Assistant Fire Marshall 1 Training Officer 1 Captains 8 Lieutenants 24 Firefighters 107 Civilians 7 Total Alarms: 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 for the Town of Framingham. The Framingham Fire Department responded to a total of 9,902 emergency calls in 2012. Public Safety & Health 108 Town of Framingham ADMINISTRATION: The Framingham Fire Department provides Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to those who live, work and travel through the community. Calendar year 2012 the Fire Department responded to 9,902 9 -1 -1 calls. The Department handled almost 6,534 additional calls for non - emergent assistance. The Fire Department continued to seek additional outside revenue sources and grants. 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. 2012 Annual Town Report Emergency Responses 9,902 Non - Emergency 6,534 Responses Total Responses: 16,436 • Tactical Emergency Medical Team (TEMS) . • 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. 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. FIRE PREVENTION DIVISION: The Division of Fire Prevention is comprised of one Fire Marshal, Assistant Fire Marshal and one Inspector who are responsible for enforcing fire codes, issuing permits, conducting inspections, testing fire protection systems, reviewing plans, investigating fire causes and conducting fire safety presentations. The Fire Prevention division regularly attends standardized training with the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services to ensure a consistent approach in conducting business. Public Safety & Health 109 Town of Framingham The Fire Marshal is responsible for the day -to -day operation of the fire prevention office. He is also responsible for conducting fire investigations and coordinating activities between the Framingham Police Department and the State Fire Marshal's office. Other responsibilities of the Marshal include giving safety talks for Framingham's schools, citizens groups, group residences, and setting up tours of the fire stations. The Marshal also meets on a regular basis with other town departments to assist in the planning of the town's future. The Marshal also sits on the Traffic and Roadway Safety Committee. The Fire Marshal is an active member of the Massachusetts Fire Prevention Association and the International Association of Arson Investigator's. The Assistant Fire Marshal is responsible for reviewing the fire alarm and sprinkler construction plans that are submitted to the Fire Department. He also meets with contractors regarding fire alarm and sprinkler systems, as well as conducting meetings with contractors, engineers and property owners for up- coming projects and any problems that arise during construction. He coordinates with other Town Departments on important issues 2012 Annual Town Report such as overcrowding, boarding and lodging house issues. The Inspector is responsible for issuing permits and conducting the inspections required by state and local codes. He also inspects and tests all new homes, new and remodeled commercial buildings as well as renovation projects. The Inspector investigates and works in conjunction with other town departments to handle complaints by citizens and town departments to assure the safety of Framingham's residents, their guests, and the ever - increasing Framingham business community. The goal of the Framingham Fire Department is to continue with fire and life safety education programs. These events, visits, tours and discussions will be delivered to preschool, day care, grades K- 6, Boy and Girl Scout troops as well as church, community groups and the elderly. Visiting these groups on a consistent basis will help ensure the safety A total of $200,227.51 was collected in revenue and deposited in the general fund in 2012. $103,853.12 was collected in non - permit fees, such as master box annual fees and site inspections. $96,374.39 was collected in permit fees. Public Safety & Health 110 Town of Framingham TRAINING: The primary objective of training is to facilitate safe and effective operations. National statistics continually cite emergency vehicle operations as the greatest are of liability. Magna Fire Service Resources, LLC was brought in to deliver an emergency vehicle operator course to the Department. The course consisted of a classroom component in which all general laws and best practices were highlighted, and a practical component in which all members had to manipulate their assigned apparatus through an obstacle course of highway cones. This standardized emergency vehicle operations class is parallels the commercial driver's license course. This training helped to identify needs and establish some goals and objectives for the upcoming year's training; specifically the daily vehicle check, operator's brake system check and new driver training. All three training needs are in development and will be implemented in the spring of 2011. The Framingham Fire Department Training will remain proactive in regards to safe emergency vehicle operations. The majority of training hours are devoted to basic firefighting and medical rescue skill maintenance. Most of this training is conducted by the officers as company level drills. Of the basic skills, the self - contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) poses the most liability and remains a top training priority. SCBA training is broken down into two sections — basic procedures and emergency procedures. On a regular basis all members must demonstrate proficiency in both areas. Other company level drills follow standardized tactics and procedures and cover a diverse range of skills such as ground ladders, hand tools, extrication, metering devices and medical care. With the exception of Sundays and holidays, 2012 Annual Town Report training is conducted on every shift. All training is documented electronically and quality controlled by the training officer. Each Framingham Firefighter logs hundreds of hours of training annually. Technical rescue disciplines are also an integral part of the Department Trench rescue, collapse rescue, confined space rescue, hazardous materials response and dive team operations are all specialized areas that the Department is fortunate enough to have several members actively participating with established teams. Members of the Department that are not being trained to the operational level must be trained to a support level to be able to operate in any technical rescue. In addition to having our own highly skilled Dive Team the Framingham Fire Department works cooperatively with the State Hazardous Material Response Team and the Fire District 14 Technical Rescue Team FIRE ALARM 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. Three (3) new master boxes were added in 2012, with three removed from demolished buildings. We now have a total of 917 boxes in service in strategic locations throughout Framingham. Of the 917 boxes, 560 are master boxes that protect individual properties, and 357 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) Public Safety & Health 111 Town of Framingham traffic signals, six (6) 4 -way flashing signals, twenty -six (26) school zone signals and two (2) 30mph `S' curve signals. The following is a breakdown of traffic signal repairs: 66 calls for traffic signals not working; 23 calls for signal heads turned; 27 calls for re- lamping traffic signals; 123 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. 14 traffic signals knocked -down in motor vehicle accidents: 5 were reported to the Police Department, 9 were hit and run. The Fire Department is responsible for the cost of replacing these knockdowns. 123 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 3,245 feet of new fire alarm cable for new master boxes and replacement of deteriorated cable. 67 pole transfers for Verizon were completed. 2012 Annual Town Report 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 59 meetings Total of 155 plan reviews Total of 82 fire alarm inspections The following new master boxes were added in 2012: Box 9 Location 598 67 A Street 819 520 Staples Drive 1622 428 Franklin 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 6,294 calls for medical assistance in 2012; this is an approximate 4% increase over 2010. Continued demands on Emergency Medical Services have forced the administration to reevaluate our EMS operations. AMR provides Basic and Advanced Life Support training to Framingham Fire personnel at no additional cost to the The Fire Alarm Division worked jointly Town. with Fire Prevention in reviewing all fire Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Saves Lives Respectfully Submitted, Gary T. Daugherty, Sr., Chief Public Safety & Health 112 Town of Framingham Board of Health THE BOARD OF HEALTH MISSION IS TO PROTECT, PROMOTE, AND PRESERVE THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF ALL FRAMINGHAM RESIDENTS To accomplish its mission, the Board of Health members and staff are responsible for a diverse array of public health inspections, investigations, enforcement, permitting, consultation and education including: Environmental Health: • Food Establishments —Food Service, Residential Kitchens, Plan Review, Food Retailers, Caterers • Housing Conditions • Lead Poisoning Prevention • Tobacco Control • Bathing Beaches • Swimming Pools • Summer Camps • Tattoo Establishments • Body Piercing Establishments • Tanning Establishments • Kennels and Animal Facilities • rDNA Research Facilities • Sewage treatment and disposal • Trash disposal • Medical Waste disposal • Private and public water supplies • Bottled Water • Air Pollution • Odor Pollution • Water Pollution • Hazardous Materials and Safety 2012 Annual Town Report • Pest Control and Safety • Solid Waste Facilities • All nuisances and hazardous conditions Public Health Nursing: • Immunizations (outbreak control, individual and public K -12 school required) • Food -borne Illness Investigation • Vaccine Specific Clinics (Pertussis, Pneumonia, Hepatitis) • Communicable Disease Investigation / Containment • TB Screening (high risk, recent exposure, new arrivals) • TB Case Management • Influenza Clinics • Cardiovascular Screenings • Sight and Sound Screenings • Skin Cancer Awareness • Immigrant Health • Childhood Obesity Prevention Education • Camp Inspections (Health) • Sharps Waste Disposal • Teen Reproductive Health • STI /STD Counseling • Lead Level Screenings • Health presentations (Professional /Clinical) • Health programs (Public /Population Specific) • Mentor nursing and health career students (undergrad and graduate) • Blood Pressures • Employee First Aid, Heart Health • Hording Task Force Public Safety & Health 113 Town of Framingham • Pandemic Response Team Emergency Preparedness: • Framingham Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) — approximately 200 volunteer member organization providing community and medical support in emergencies. • Member of a 34- community emergency preparedness region • Member of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) Board Members and Staff Board of Health Members is: Michael R. Hugo, Esq., Chairman (9 years); David W. Moore, MD, Vice Chairman (3 year); Nelson Goldin, Secretary (13 years). These Board Members have selflessly given their time and skills for meetings, discussions, hearings, drafting of documents, writing regulations, setting policy and guiding the seven member staff. The Board of Health completed the hearings of General Chemical Corporation on Leland Street at the Woodrow Wilson School and issued a new Site Assignment. General Chemical Corporation announced their intent to close in March, 2012. In addition, the Board of Health wrote and amended the following regulations in 2012: • Tobacco, Electronic- Cigarette and Nicotine Delivery Devices Regulation • Hazardous Materials Regulation • Abrasive Sandblasting Regulation • Animal and Poultry Regulation The six members of the staff include Ethan Mascoop, MPH, MUA, Director of Public Health. Lise Mespelli, MPH, RS serves as the Chief Sanitarian of the 2012 Annual Town Report Department and is responsible for the daily oversight of the field inspection program. Kitty Mahoney, RN, BSN, MS serves as the Chief Public Health Nurse and is responsible for the functioning and oversight of the public health nursing program and administers the Epidemiology and Infectious Disease program. She is the recipient of the 2012 Local Public Health Fellow Award and she is President of the Massachusetts Association of Public Health Nurses (MAPH1). The nursing and inspection programs are supported by Maria Goncalves, administrative assistant, who provides all office, budget, translation and related services in a professional and calm manner in a hectic office environment. Brian Miner, administrative assistant, provides support in all areas of office functions, assists in Board of Health meetings and minutes, and assists the nursing program. Pamela Hache, administrative assistant in finance, recently joined the staff and provides support in finance, budget and general office support. In addition, Annette Alderman, RN, provides expert nursing coverage at peak demand periods. Joan Seariac, a volunteer from the Council on Aging, keeps the files in order and most importantly she keeps everyone sane with her cheerful disposition. Three valued and appreciated staff members left the Board of Health to further their professional careers. Kelly Pawluczonek, MSEM, RS, was with the department for seven years as a sanitarian providing a wide array of field inspections and was an invaluable support of our emergency preparedness efforts. Felix Zemel, MPH, MCP, REHS /RS, worked two years as a member of the environmental health team providing exemplary inspections, enforcement and professionalism. Laurie Courtney, RN, BSN, was with the department for four years as a public health nurse and as the Public Safety & Health 114 Town of Framingham coordinator for the Framingham Medical Reserve Corps. We wish them the best in their future careers and miss their professionalism, passion for public health and dedication for the most vulnerable in Framingham. The Board of Health maintains information on its web site www.FraminLyhamMa-Lyov Environmental Health Services The environmental health division conducted 1,625 inspections and investigations. In addition, the staff conducted numerous plan reviews of food establishments, septic system designs, summer camp applications, swimming pools and other establishments. A total of 519 inspections related to food sanitation accounted for approximately 32% of the total inspections conducted. The staff investigated 89 food establishment related complaints in 2012, 8 were food -borne illness complaints. The Board of Health must investigate all housing complaints as required by the State Sanitary Code. These complaints are followed until compliance is attained. The Board responded to 584 housing complaints, of which 441 cases required re- inspections. 4 lead paint determinations were conducted which are required in units (pre -1978) where children under the age of 6 live. Improper disposal and handling of trash and debris resulted in 49 trash related complaints. The office received 60 Title 5 (septic disposal and design) requests for field inspections and design review /approvals. 105 pool and bathing beach inspections were conducted. Recreational camps required 10 inspections and additional extensive plan and camp staff reviews. 3 tanning and body massage establishment inspections 2012 Annual Town Report were conducted. The Board received 59 complaints including tobacco, nuisance, odors and other miscellaneous conditions. Public Health Nursing The Public Health Nursing Division of the Board of Health provides investigation, surveillance and case management/ containment for infectious and communicable diseases providing early and vital interventions for communicable disease and cluster illness control including tracking and trends. Daily clinic hours at the Board of Health Office are: Monday- Friday: 8:30- 9:30am, 4- 4:45pm, In addition, there were 4 evening clinics for back to school and influenza clinics. There were over 5,600 patient encounters by the public health nurses. Immunizations There were 3,000 office immunizations (increase of 10 %) from 2011 which includes vaccines given at shelters, employee health and at high risk settings. Communicable Disease_ • 1,008 cases reported. • Monitor all reportable, communicable and infectious diseases; track disease trends; investigate outbreaks and review statistical data for the MA Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. • Pertussis continues to represent a serious level of outbreak across the US. In Framingham, the adult whopping cough and tetanus vaccine (Tdap) was made widely available through AmeriCares Grant for the Nursing Division. • Framingham Public Health Nurses are trained in MAVEN: immediate electronic reporting network. Public Safety & Health 115 Town of Framingham Tuberculosis: • Provides free tuberculosis tests for residents who are at high risk. Residents who request testing for school or work receive the test at nominal fee. • Active tuberculosis cases are closely monitored through home /office visits for medication compliance and supervision. • There were 6 confirmed cases of infectious tuberculosis a 50% increase from 2011. • There were 90 cases of latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI). LTBI requires supervision of care plan compliance to prevent TB advancement. LTBI cases are NOT but have the potential to be infectious. All suspect cases are also investigated. Influenza • Approximately 2500 influenza doses dispensed in clinics, in office, to providers and for school health services for school staff. • Significant changes of CDC and MDPH guidelines recommending that all residents 6 months and older be vaccinated. • Framingham School Health Services now play a large role in the delivery of vaccine to school age children. • The Framingham Twin Site School Model has been replicated in other states. Camp Inspections: • Review of staff, junior staff and camper applications for their health history and immunization requirements. • Health lodges are also inspected. 2012 Annual Town Report Immigrant Health: • Outreach included: partnerships with the Latino Health Insurance Program, United Way, Wayside Youth and Family Services, Advocates, South Middlesex Legal Service, Kids Care, Women With Infants and Children (WIC), South Middlesex Opportunity Council, Framingham Public Schools, Y.M.C.A., and various cultural community groups. • Outreach efforts included: establishing a dedicated telephone line for health messages available 24/7, Facebook, Twitter, Website, flyers, links and RSS Feeds to Health appropriate HTTPs, connect ED, exterior lit signage, radio broadcasts, cable programs and print media. Community Transformation Grant (MetroWest Moves) The Framingham Board of Health is a member of MetroWest Moves. MetroWest Moves is a tri- community Mass in Motion initiative to facilitate opportunities for people who live, work, and play in Framingham, Hudson, and Marlborough to engage in healthy eating and active, smoke -free living. The grant is funded by the MetroWest Health Foundation and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) The Framingham Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is an approximately 200 member local medical and non - medical volunteer group trained in emergency preparedness and is under the administration of the Board of Health. The MRC is a specialized component of a 34- community emergency preparedness region, and a member of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) and Citizen Corps, a national network of volunteers dedicated to homeland- hometown security. The MRC uses MA Responds; a statewide Public Safety & Health 116 Town of Framingham online registration system, for volunteer database and messaging management. MRC members participated in multiple trainings, gave out health information at local fairs, farmers markets, staffed shelters locally and state wide following multiple weather events including Hurricane Sandy, Influenza clinics, and Super -Storm Nemo in 2013. 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 four times in 2012. MRC volunteers work under the direction of local health and safety officials, and in collaboration with other local emergency response programs. Framingham is a sentinel community for the CDC (Center for Disease Control) for Emergency Preparedness and response. East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project The East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project conducts a program in Framingham consisting of mosquito surveillance, larval and adult mosquito control, ditch maintenance and public education. Extraordinarily warm and dry conditions during the 2012 winter and spring resulted in low numbers of spring floodwater mosquitoes but contributed to a buildup of West Nile virus and EEE disease risk. In Massachusetts during 2012, there were 33 human cases of West Nile Virus and 7 human cases of EEE including 1 EEE case in the MetroWest area. The adult mosquito surveillance program used traps to collect mosquitoes from 5 Framingham locations. Data was compiled from 28 mosquito trap collections. During the summer, 23 2012 Annual Town Report mosquito samples from Framingham were tested for West Nile Virus and EEE by the Mass. Dept. of Public Health. A sample is comprised of up to 50 mosquitoes of the same species from a mosquito trap. In late July, mosquitoes from 1 Framingham trap collection tested positive for West Nile Virus. The larval mosquito control program relied on the larvicides Baa'llus thuraugieusis var. israeleusis (Bti) Baa'llus sphaericus and methoprene, which are classified by the EPA as relatively non - toxic. Field crews using portable sprayers applied Bti in the spring and the summer to 24 wetland acres when high densities of mosquito larvae were found in stagnant water. Due to abnormally dry conditions, the annual spring helicopter application of Bti to control spring floodwater mosquitoes was cancelled. In June Project personnel applied time release packets containing methoprene to control Culex mosquito larvae at 5,447 roadside catch basins. Larvicides were applied to control Culex mosquitoes at 2 neglected swimming pools. For adult mosquito control, 6 crews were assigned to apply Sumithrin to 3,291 acres at night using truck mounted aerosol sprayers, when survey traps indicated high mosquito populations. Advance notice of the spray program was done through notices in the MetroWest Daily News and on the Town website. At Bishop Terrace, an excavator was used to maintain 758 linear feet of a waterway and hand tools were used to remove debris from another 152 feet. At Raleigh Rd. the excavator maintained 329 linear feet of a ditch and hand tools were used to remove debris and maintain another 152 feet of that waterway. At Summit St., the excavator maintained 102 linear feet of a ditch. At Nixon Rd. the excavator Public Safety & Health 117 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report maintained 100 linear feet of a waterway. Hand tools were used to remove debris in order to maintain 854 feet of a waterway at Little Tree Lane and 893 feet of a waterway by Knight Rd. The Project's public education program is designed to develop awareness within the public and the private sectors as to their roles in mosquito control. The Project serves as a resource to residents, municipal officials and the local media on mosquitoes and mosquito borne diseases. www. town .sudbury.ma.us /services /health /emmcp provides residents with information on mosquitoes, control programs and related topics. Respectfully submitted, Ethan Mascoop, MPH, RS, Director Public Safety & Health 118 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Director: Michael A. Tusino, Commissioner Vacant, Deputy Commissioner Ed Hicks, Electrical Inspector Suellen Seta, Asst. Sign Officer Paul L.M. Kelley, Code Enforcement James Paolini, Local Inspector Office Staff. Mary Tiziani, Office Manager FY 2012 Operating Budget (Actual): $732,039. 00 James Murphy, Local Inspector Mark Shahood, Plumbing -Gas Inspector Mark Hughes, Plans Examiner Dave Keniry, Nuisance Officer Michael McCarthy, Code Enforcement Vacant, Admin Asst. FY2012 Fees Collected: $1,052,346 For 2012 the Inspectors, Administrators and Code Enforcement Inspectors within the Building Department have had a very active year providing quality customer service and effective solutions toward resolving citizen concerns. The focus of the Department continues to be the pursuit of the highest 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. 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 residents 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 2012 was a carbon copy of 2011 in that the permits and inspections were virtually at the same levels. New single and two- family homes remained at last years' pace while residential additions and renovations were at record levels which is a leading indicator of our economic times whereas consumers are either buying existing homes or fixing what they currently have. The Nuisance Officer has investigated and pursued over 375 cases involving Trash & Debris, Commercial Vehicles, Unregistered Vehicles and Vehicles. Code Enforcement inspectors responded to over six hundred (600) complaints of which more than 50% involved housing. The report illustrates that the inspectors addressed 32 Rooming House, 46 Illegal Apartment, 56 Basement Apartment complaints and monitored 169 foreclosed properties. Sign permitting was similar to last years' activities. Sign enforcement activities are at record levels due to the Sign Officer position being changed to full time. The town wide sign compliance date of December 1, 2012 has passed and there has been much success with compliance, with much more to accomplish. Public Safety & Health 119 Town of Framingham The Plumbing -Gas Inspector and Electrical Inspector averaged 8 to 12 inspections per day and also responded to an average of 2 -3 after hour calls per week from the Fire and /or Police Department. The two Building Inspectors averaged 10- 12 inspections per day each and also conducted over 100 Liquor License inspections from October 15"' thru January 6"'. Both inspectors responded to an average of 2 -3 after hour calls per week from the Fire and /or Police Departments. The office staff processed over 2300 Building Permits, 1800 Plumbing & Gas Permits, and 1500 Electrical Permits as well as the general administrative day to day duties. Our Plans Examiner processed over 2200 plans and documents. I would like to thank all the Town of Framingham officials, and departments 2012 Annual Town Report 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 would like to personally thank Town Manager Robert J. Halpin for his confidence in appointing me to the position of Director of Inspectional Services. I look forward to many years of service to the town. 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 combined efforts have proven to be an asset to the Town of Framingham. Respectfully submitted, Michael A. Tusino, CBO Director /Building Commissioner The following is a list of permit activities for the calendar year of 2012 with a Five Year Activity Summary: Five Year Record of Building Activity in Framin ham Number of Permits Issued 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Single Family Dwellings 15 23 8 14 14 Two Family Dwellings 0 3 2 0 3 New Buildings 1 6 6 6 2 Alterations & Additions 1,019 658 788 985 1,190 Miscellaneous 1,320 1,238 1,089 1,303 1,108 Total Building Permits 2,355 1,928 1,893 2,308 2,317 Valuation on Permits 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 New Residential 3,570,460 5,155,507 1,783,115 2,491,545 3,055,025 New Commercial 550,000 53,885,615 31,351,208 12,374,300 1,185,000 All Others 75,627,038 71,922,934 46,757,558 58,933,377 47,260,779 Total Valuations 1 79,747,498 1 130,964,056 1 79,891,881 1 73,799,222 1 51,500,804 Public Safety & Health 120 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Weights & Measures 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, 2012 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 2012, the Department inspected 1171 weighing and measures devices, including scanning audits. The Department collected $46,127 in inspection and sealing fees during 2012. This surpasses the revenue for 2011 for the second year in a row... The Department issued 15 civil citations in calendar year 2012, for the following: pricing errors (scanning), unsealed gasoline meters. The total fines amounted to $3925 for the calendar year of 2012. The non - criminal average fine was $261.67. The Department had no cases in Framingham District Court (criminal) for overcharging consumers. The Department during 2012 saved consumers and businesses in Framingham well into the thousands of dollars by conducting both mandated and spot inspections. This is in addition to the fees and fines collected for the town. Errors were found and corrected which resulted in sufficient savings to consumers. The Department checked well over 5250 items in local retail stores to ensure that they scanned correctly. The Department found that 95% were priced correctly, 2% were underpriced and 4.8% were overpriced. This was an improvement over the previous years and shows that our education and inspection program is working. The Department investigated approximately 21 consumer complaints during the year. This is the 100th year of the National Conferences on Weights & Measures. Massachusetts has not missed one conference in this time frame. I want to thank Mr. Michael Tusino, the Commissioner of Inspectional Services, the town's part time Weights & Measures Inspector, Edward R. Gentili, and the Office Manager of Inspectional Services, Mary Tiziani and her staff for all their help and assistance. Respectfully Submitted, Edward R. Seidler Sealer of Weights & Measures Public Safety & Health 121 Fees Received and Turned Over to General Fund 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Building Permits 1,104,131 1,394,477 952,949 1,012,226 714,043 Sign Permits 19,687 17,460 33,108 16,154 14,674 Wire Permits 167,711 168,670 177,851 137,297 151,616 Plumb.& Gas Permits 141,196 124,192 136,562 124,561 137,628 Occupancy Permits 12,750 7,300 7,700 5,780 6,100 Certificates 19,500 21,230 23,521 33,650 28,285 Miscellaneous 0 0 0 0 Sign License Fees 3,783 35,233 882 138 Total Fees 1,468,758 1,768,562 1,332,573 1,329,806 1,052,346 Weights & Measures 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, 2012 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 2012, the Department inspected 1171 weighing and measures devices, including scanning audits. The Department collected $46,127 in inspection and sealing fees during 2012. This surpasses the revenue for 2011 for the second year in a row... The Department issued 15 civil citations in calendar year 2012, for the following: pricing errors (scanning), unsealed gasoline meters. The total fines amounted to $3925 for the calendar year of 2012. The non - criminal average fine was $261.67. The Department had no cases in Framingham District Court (criminal) for overcharging consumers. The Department during 2012 saved consumers and businesses in Framingham well into the thousands of dollars by conducting both mandated and spot inspections. This is in addition to the fees and fines collected for the town. Errors were found and corrected which resulted in sufficient savings to consumers. The Department checked well over 5250 items in local retail stores to ensure that they scanned correctly. The Department found that 95% were priced correctly, 2% were underpriced and 4.8% were overpriced. This was an improvement over the previous years and shows that our education and inspection program is working. The Department investigated approximately 21 consumer complaints during the year. This is the 100th year of the National Conferences on Weights & Measures. Massachusetts has not missed one conference in this time frame. I want to thank Mr. Michael Tusino, the Commissioner of Inspectional Services, the town's part time Weights & Measures Inspector, Edward R. Gentili, and the Office Manager of Inspectional Services, Mary Tiziani and her staff for all their help and assistance. Respectfully Submitted, Edward R. Seidler Sealer of Weights & Measures Public Safety & Health 121 Town of Framingham x 112 Annual Town Report Peter A. Sellers, Director of Public Works 508 -532 -5610 Paul G. Barden, Deputy Director of Public Works 508 -532 -6053 William R. Sedewitz, Chief Engineer 508 -532 -6012 Jeremy T. Marsettte, Town Engineer 508 -532 -6092 Vacant, 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 Vacant, Conservation Agent 508 -532 -5152 Diane M. Conner, Director of Administration & Finance 508 -532 -5611 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 & Federal programs such as NPDES Phase II stormwater, managing the Town's Street Opening Permit 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 networks. The Division also provides technical expertise to the operational divisions of the Public Works Department, other Town Departments, various Boards, Committees, and Commissions, maintains an extensive Geographical Information System (GIS) and is the custodian of a large collection of irreplaceable paper plans and documents. The Division continued to devote significant resources toward the Department's extensive capital improvement program which includes projects mandated under MADEP Administrative Consent Order (ACO). During 2012, 35 capital improvement projects were advanced or completed. Over 41,000 linear feet (almost eight miles) of water and wastewater mains were replaced or rehabilitated. Locations included A Street, Arsenal Road, Arthur Street, Auburn Street, Bridges Street, Catherine Road, Central Street, Chouteau Avenue, Clark Street, Clifford Street, Clinton Street, Coburn Street, Colonial Drive, Concord Street, Cypress Street, Eaton Road, Edgell Road, Eisenhower Road, Event Street, Florissant Avenue, Grant Street, Hemenway Road, Hollis Street, Irving Street, Kings Row Lane, Laclede Avenue, Lasalle Avenue, Lake Road, Lakeview Road, Lawrence Street, Mansfield Street, Mellon Street, Nob Hill Drive, Park Street, Pond Street, Royal Meadow Lane, Speen Street, Vaillencourt Drive, Valentine Road, Waverly Street and Winthrop Street. Construction continued on the new A Street Wastewater Management Facility. This facility is now substantially complete and operational. Rehabilitations of the Pleasant Street and Grove Street Water Pump Stations were also completed in 2012. Five wastewater pump stations were permanently removed from service and replaced with gravity sewer systems. These included the former stations on Arsenal Road, Lakeview Road, Speen Public Works 122 Town of Framingham Street, Vaillencourt Drive and Valentine Road. The Prospect Street roadway restoration project included the reconstruction and resurfacing of 5,200 linear feet of roadway and 4,300 linear feet of sidewalk. An additional 11,000 linear feet of roadway was resurfaced and 6,400 linear feet of sidewalk was reconstructed on Concord Street, Gorman Road, Gorman Road Extension and Grant Street as part of the East Framingham Sewer Improvements project. The Division also coordinated with the MassDOT to advance several projects, the most significant being the Reconstruction of Route 126 (Concord Street) project in the downtown area. This project is being designed by the Town and will include roadway resurfacing, new sidewalks and crosswalks, traffic signals, street lighting, street trees, and landscaped areas. The design advanced to the 75 percent stage in 2012 and construction is scheduled to begin in 2014. The construction of this eleven million dollar project will be fully funded from federal and state sources. The Division also worked with MassDOT on four bridge projects (Winter Street over the Sudbury River, Winter Street over the Railroad, Wickford Road and Central Street in Saxonville). Construction will begin on the Winter Street Bridge over the Sudbury River and the Wickford Road Bridge in 2014. In 2012, twenty design projects were advanced or completed. These included the downtown MassDOT transportation project, sewer capacity improvements downstream of the Technology Park, elimination of the Worcester Road sewer pump station and rehabilitation of the Beebe Water Tanks. The Division continued its planning efforts in anticipation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) release of an updated NPDES Phase II Stormwater permit in the spring of 2013. Based on prior drafts, the new permit will increase requirements for 2012 Annual Town Report compliance including additional outfall testing and inspections, increased public education and outreach, an expansion of the included Town facilities, and may require retrofits /reconstruction of Town infrastructure. The Division worked with the Town's Traffic and Roadway Safety Committee to develop a Traffic Calming Policy that was approved by the Board of Selectmen. A preliminary design for traffic calming and safety improvements was also prepared for Edmands Road. In addition to updating the GIS system to capture the significant amount of construction work completed by DPW, the Division also assisted several other departments in 2012. These included the Board of Health with environmental impact maps for the General Chemical site, the Town Clerk's office with Precinct locator maps for the Town's website, the Planning Board with rail trail development maps, and the Middlesex District Attorney's office in support of several school /park zone drug cases. Preparations were also made to obtain new town -wide aerial photography in early 2013. The Division reviewed 290 plan submittals received either directly or routed to Public Works from the Building Department, Planning Board or Zoning Board of Appeals; and processed 564 Street Opening Permits and 404 Trench Opening Permits. One of the more significant development projects the Division was involved with was the Danforth Green Planned Unit Development project in Saxonville. This was due to the project's size, (360 units); potential to impact the Town's water, wastewater and transportation systems; and proximity to the Birch Road well field. HIGHWAY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM The Highway Division is responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Town's roadway and sidewalk infrastructure including; Public Works 123 Town of Framingham pavement markings, granite and bituminous curbing, street and regulatory signage, stormwater utilities, traffic islands, and public shade trees. Stormwater Management The Stormwater Management System consists of more than 200 miles of surface and subsurface drainage systems, 12,200 catch basin and manhole structures, and more than 600 drainage outfalls. 2012 construction projects completed by Town and contracted personnel included the installation of 180 linear feet of new drain line, stormwater pipe and catch basin installation and the repair of drain lines on Mellen Street, Arsenal Road, Beaver Park Road, Irving Street, Franklin Street, and Hollis Street as well as the repair of 533 drainage structures and cleaning of 58,838 linear feet of drainpipe. The Division has instituted a monthly inspection practice in a proactive drainage structure maintenance program. The Division is responsible for maintaining, inspecting and operating the Town's Saxonville flood levee system which consists 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 a vehicular flood gate. In order to maintain compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) NPDES Phase II Stormwater Permit, the Highway Division made a vigorous year -long effort to clean all of the catch basins utilizing both Town crews and contracted services, to remove silt, sand, and debris from approximately 8,500 catch basins last year. Over 800 tons of catch basin debris was removed from catch basins and hauled to an accepting facility by Town equipment and personnel. The storm drain cleaning program has continued to produce a significant repair list as the inspection process progresses. The Beaver Dam Brook and Hop Brook continue to be significant operational challenges for the Division as even modest rain events may 2012 Annual Town Report 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 deficiencies in the stormwater systems throughout the Town are a major cause of unscheduled overtime and emergency repair cost incurred by the Town. 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 and comprehensive post- winter street and sidewalk cleaning program is performed annually to remove as much sand as possible from the streets and thereby minimize the opportunity for accumulation in the drainage system. The Division performs a comprehensive town wide street cleaning routine as well as overnight sweeping in the streets and sidewalks of the commercial areas to minimize the entry of materials into the drainage system and to provide a cleaner environment in the downtown area. The removal of sand and debris from the Town's catch basins and manholes remains an operational priority each year. Pavement Management The 2012 construction projects included the replacement or upgrade of roadway elements and appurtenances so that both regulatory guidelines and directives continued to be adhered to and visual enhancements could be made. New pavement markings, street signs, sidewalks, granite and bituminous curbing, wheelchair ramps and curb -cut control measures were addressed during construction. The 2012 road program addressed more than 21 lane miles of roadways in the Town. The Division continued to integrate and manage the use of specialized contracted equipment Public Works 124 Town of Framingham with in- house resources. The Division repaired over three miles of deficient roadways through a milling and paving method. The development of this program has led to greater cost control, quality control, and accountability while performing repair work on defective roadways. The strategy and design behind this program had drawn the attention of other large communities in the Commonwealth. In addition, the Division responded to emergency repairs, preventive maintenance, and filled over 9,500 potholes in 2012. The Division has currently replaced 2,550 linear feet of defective guardrails through this ongoing state financed (Chapter 90) road program. Winter Storm Management The Highway Division is responsible for the provision of a safe automotive and pedestrian environment both during and after winter storm events. This effort involves the plowing and treating of 550 lane miles of public roadway, 36 municipal parking facilities, 87 miles of sidewalks and public pathways, 183 crosswalks, 187 cul -de -sacs and 31 school crossing -guard stations and student drop -off areas. Snow and ice operations are among the most important of responsibilities charged to the Department of Public Works. No activity performed by a Town entity encompasses more uncontrollable factors, nor has a greater impact on the community than does that of the proper handling of snow and ice events. Those factors include weather, the amount of snowfall, rate of snowfall, duration of the storm, and type of precipitation. Not only do these factors have to be considered, their impact on resources and costs, including manpower, equipment, and materials must be understood and appropriately managed. The Division has integrated the Town's Geographical Information System (GIS) with an Incident Command Structure to manage each event. In addition the department installed global positioning units (GPS) into plowing equipment. The purpose of this strategic effort is to provide a high level of 2012 Annual Town Report accountability while applying the appropriate amount of resources to each storm event. In order to be fiscally responsible, the Department 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, thus ensuring the uniform distribution of de -icing materials. Tree Warden & Forestry Management The Highway Division is responsible for the maintenance management of the Town's estimated 12,000 public shade trees and for the development of a Public Shade Tree program for the community. The purpose of this program is to promote, preserve, and enhance the shade tree environment of the community through the application of best management practices and public education campaigns. The Town of Framingham was named a Tree City USA again in 2012. The Highway 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 Department 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 primary and recurring function of this operating group is the statutory requirement to maintain minimum clearance over the 550 lane mile roadway network. In 2012, 78 miles of pruning were completed to provide clearance and safe travel lanes. The Town's shade trees, while providing a great public amenity to the Town, require routine maintenance so that they do not also become Public Works 125 Town of Framingham a public liability. The tree crew performs monthly surveys to determine hazardous trees and diseases and takes corrective action to minimize damage and response during severe weather events. The Division is responsible for the cleanup and removal of storm debris. In response to Hurricane Sandy, which occurred on October 29 the Division conducted an unrestricted curbside brush collection for residents. 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 Department routinely responds to residents' inquiries and requests for service. During 2012 Forestry Management personnel removed 143 dead, diseased, and /or hazardous street trees and responded to 64 emergency removals as a result of tree failure impacting roads or other public properties. Traffic Systems Management The Traffic Systems section of the Highway Division manages the maintenance, fabrication, and placement of the Town's regulatory and street signage, steel -beam safety guardrail, installation of new and annual maintenance of existing pavement markings, and the work zone safety program for Division operations. This section is responsible for advance planning of traffic management coordination for roadway construction, as well as for the implementation of street -by- street "no parking" postings required to efficiently advance the street sweeping program. The pre - planning for traffic management during the construction season maximizes the efficient production of the work, and also contributes to a safe environment for the motorists and the work crews alike. The Traffic Systems section managed the annual contract and divisional painting of 81 miles of yellow centerline, 93 miles of white edge line, over 700 crosswalks, 771 stop bars, and 362 arrows throughout the Town. 2012 Annual Town Report In addition, the Division responded to Police, Fire and other safety road related issues requiring emergency traffic management, installed and or replaced 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. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM The Solid Waste Management Program is responsible for the management and oversight of the Town's Solid Waste and Recycling Programs. Materials are collected by means of curbside and containerized collection programs, the leaf and yard waste drop -off area and the operation of a Resource Recovery Center located on Mt. Wayte Ave. The Division manages the collection of refuse and recycling from 19,508 dwelling units weekly, averaging more than 3,900 curbside collection stops and 90,000 pounds per day collected curbside. During 2012 the Town experienced a major weather event; Hurricane Sandy. Among other things, this storm resulted in major tree damage throughout the community. Managing this material created a huge burden on homeowner's. As a result, in conjunction with the Highway Division, a special town wide unrestricted curbside brush and tree limb collection was performed. This allowed residents to remove all of the tree waste storm debris from their yards. July 1, 2012 marked the transition of new vendors contracted to collect solid waste and recycling from town owned buildings and condominiums resulting in the simultaneous exchange of 181 solid waste and recycling containers throughout town. This was successfully accomplished with minimal disruption. Public Works 126 Town of Framingham Since the initial cart distribution many home owners have requested to enlarge the capacity of their cart. In 2012 the division has satisfied 210 service requests from residents to exchange their cart to the larger size. The cart radio frequency identification system (RFID) allows the town to track what home carts are assigned to, how often and what time of day they are serviced. This continues to be a valuable tool for the town to maintain contractor accountability ensuring the proper delivery of service has been performed. The division has continued to employ a multifaceted approach to decrease the Town's overall trash disposal costs. Some of these approaches included: 1 2. 91 11 The attainment of waste reduction grants from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP). Phase Two of a pilot program implementing reusable trays and silverware in the cafeterias of McCarthy Elementary (January 2012), Woodrow Wilson Elementary (February 2012), and Brophy Elementary School (December 2012) thereby eliminating the need to dispose of polystyrene trays. The Division continues to sell natural mulch and compost to the homeowners and landscapers at a reduced rate. This helped to reduce disposal cost, raise additional revenues for the town and created a full circle recycling loop. In addition, these materials have helped other town departments reduce costs. The division has provided these materials for various town projects such as at our Resource Recovery Center itself, as a soil amendment in athletics fields, landscaping at Town owned buildings and other various projects around town. These materials are provided at no cost to other town departments allowing them significant financial savings. Public Education; 2012 continued our themed monthly events and 2012 Annual Town Report programs. These events and services are offered to residents at no additional cost and included Household Hazardous Waste Day, the Earth Day Celebration and the Town Wide Green -Up Day. Our most popular events continue to be the Shred Fest (secure confidential document shredding) and our Free Electronics Day. Both events are held at no additional charge to the residents. Furthermore, the electronics take back day has allowed the town to donate hundreds of pounds of non - perishable food to local food pantries as participating residents are encouraged to make a donation. This has also helped the Town to properly recycle and dispose of thousands of pounds of discarded electronics. 5. Division employees have conducted multiple tours of the facility promoting the recycling program. The Resource Recovery Center (RRC) located on Mount Wayte Ave has continued the tradition of providing quality service to residents. In 2012 the division had robust sticker sales issuing 6,735 permits to residents providing access to the solid waste and recycling services offered at the facility. The center continues to provide excellent customer service at reduced costs to the residents. The Town continues to partner with the Town of Wellesley, the Town of Needham and private businesses in the marketing of recyclables. This has allowed a greater revenue stream to be produced for the recyclables received. Through fees collected for divisional services and marketing of the recyclables during 2012, $240,133.00 was generated for the General Fund. In 2012 the town continued to enjoy the successes derived by making it easier for residents to recycle. In addition to the hazardous and hard to manage wastes collected at the RRC, the center collected 397.11tons of recyclables. Curbside recyclables collected totaled 4814.05 tons (106.82 tons higher than 2011). This Public Works 127 Town of Framingham represented an overall trash disposal cost avoidance of $406,470.48. WATER AND WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM The Water and Wastewater Program is responsible for the provision of a drinking water supply, a fire suppression service, and a sewer collection service to the 70,000 residents of the community that it serves. The Water Department is responsible for the distribution of a public potable water supply and for the provision of fire suppression service to the 17,000 residential and commercial accounts within the community. The average daily water demand of nearly seven million gallons per day (mgd) is purchased from the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) and is subsequently distributed throughout the Town by means of a complicated system of pumps, pipes, valves, and reservoirs. The Water Department program provides for the maintenance and repair to the water distribution infrastructure that includes; 250 miles of pipe, 17,000 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. The Wastewater Department is responsible for the collection and transport of 5 to 10 million gallons of sewage each day. A significant portion of wastewater flow during peak periods is infiltration and inflow (I /I) from sources such as leaking pipes and sump pump discharges during wet weather. Sewage is conveyed from town systems to the MWRA which is charged with the transport and treatment of sewerage from its forty -three member communities. The Town's collection system consists of 226 miles of gravity mains, 18 miles of force mains, 45 pump stations, 6,600 manholes, and over 40 miles of cross - country sewer -line easements. 2012 Annual Town Report The Division's capital improvement programs have been substantially under - funded in recent decades and, as a consequence, the critical infrastructure has experienced ever increasing incidents of failure. The system continued to grow and expand over time, but the funding for the aging and expanding infrastructure 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 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 March 2007. The ACO requires the Town to undertake major sewer construction and rehabilitation projects over several years with the primary focus of alleviating recurring sanitary sewer overflows, a violation of State and Federal law. The ACO has several other requirements including increased staffing levels, major equipment purchases, implementation of a SCADA system to remotely monitor and control pumping stations and strict reporting requirements. It is anticipated that the key components of the ACO will be completed on schedule by the end of 2013. Failure to comply with the conditions of the ACO can result in administrative civil or criminal action. The Department 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 which the Wastewater Department performs to mitigate the generation of sulfide include chemical dosing at selected wastewater pumping stations, targeted collection system cleaning and inspection, and Public Works 128 Town of Framingham 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 force main piping. 45 pumping stations and 19 miles of related sewer force main sewer. The Department has reduced the number of pumping stations in the last two years from 50 to 45 as part of its Capital program and foresees the elimination of 3 more. In recent years the Department of Public Works has developed a professional and know workforce at all levels and disciplines. This progression has provided an opportunity to identify and fully carry out capital projects of limited scope from design through construction using Public Works 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. Unfortunately we do experience a significant turnover in personnel which leaves us understaffed at many times. The aforementioned construction activities were in addition to the excavations required by department staff to repair over 200 water system failures and 160 sewer system failures during the course of the year. Additionally the Water and Wastewater Division responded to 1,900 first response calls when a customer was in need of immediate assistance. The Wastewater division, performed video inspection of over 170,000 linear feet of sewer pipe whereby the condition of the sewer is documented using a camera unit which is remotely controlled and travels through the pipe. The inspection process reveals areas of the system that have actual or potential problems that may require repair or replacement. Twice each year the Water Department Collects drinking water samples from fifteen homes which are subsequently analyzed for their lead content. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set the action level for 2012 Annual Town Report lead in drinking water at 15 parts per billion (ppb), the level which triggers corrective actions to be undertaken by the water supplier. The results of our sampling program have successfully met that goal once again during 2012 as they have for the past several years. The Water Department also 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 COMMISSION The Conservation Commission Office is responsible for implementing local, state, and federal wetland laws, managing over 400 acres of conservation land, and engaging the public in conservation efforts. The Conservation Office is responsible for reviewing all proposed and on -going municipal, private, commercial, and industrial projects to determine if they fall under the jurisdiction of local, state, and federal wetland laws. Conservation staff conducts site inspections, attends pertinent meetings and represents the Commission in legal matters. Staff advises and provides technical expertise to the Conservation Commission to assist with the protection of the environment. Other duties include: managing conservation land owned by the Town; overseeing the Framingham stewardship program; directing the aquatic management program and providing education and outreach to residents. 1. Wetlands Protection Achievements, the Commission and staff: • Reviewed, for jurisdictional relevance, all applications for 223 inter- departmental reviews (Building Permits, Planning Board Permits, and Zoning Board of Appeals Permits); Public Works 129 Town of Framingham • Held 23 public meetings to discuss project applications, land management efforts, and public education efforts; • Reviewed 17 and permitted 16 Notices of Intent applications with 1 denial; • Reviewed 10 and permitted 10 Requests for Determination of Applicability applications; • 4 Emergency Certifications were issued; • Performed numerous site visits and inspections to gain first -hand information on -site conditions and verify wetland delineations. The Commission continued to oversee active projects from prior years. It issued: • 1 Amended Orders of Conditions for project changes • 8 Permit Extension • 11 Certificates of Compliance • 6 wetland violations 2. Stewardship Achievements: The Framingham Conservation Commission's Stewards continuously maintain Conservation Lands by cutting back vegetation that has overgrown onto scenic trails, and cleaning up debris. The Stewards also inform staff of any issues with Conservation Land. 3. Educational Achievements: The Conservation Office held three events for education and outreach purposes (Riverfest, Geocaching /Letterboxing and Winter Tracking). The Commission participated in two other events (Environmental Night and Earth Day Festival). The Conservation Office will continue to offer and participate in more events during 2013. 4. Administrative Achievements: The Conservation Commission works closely with DPW, Park and Recreation Department, Planning Board, Building Department, and 2012 Annual Town Report Community and Economic Development to ensure compliance with state and local wetland laws. Conservation Commission staff works closely with several local organizations such as Sudbury Valley Trustees, New England Wildflower Society, Bay Circuit Trail Alliance, SuAsCo Wild and Scenic River Stewardship Council, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, Massachusetts Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, to protect the Town's wetland resource areas and open space. FLEET, FACILITIES AND COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM The Fleet, Facilities and Communications Program continues to provide a critical support service to various public works programs and also provides vehicle and equipment maintenance support to other agencies within the Town. This Program 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 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 and thereby provides a critical service component to the Department's Emergency Management Response Plan. The Fleet, Facilities, and Communications Division's role is to provide 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. These vital services include the provision of public safety, public works, and public utility functions for the residents of Framingham. Public Works 130 Town of Framingham The Town continues to be one of three major equipment and materials cache sites for the Northeast Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council (NERAC). Fleet Management In 2012 the Division researched, designed and prepared specifications for the procurement of the following specialized equipment: One 3.5 cubic yard loader with a plow and snow blower attachment, two 40,000 GVW snow fighting trucks with sanders, front plows and center scrapers. Also included was one heavy duty pickup with a plow, one medium duty dump truck with a plow, four heavy duty utility body trucks with plows, a heavy duty cab & chassis with a specialized valve gate turner and a 72,000 GVW automated refuse packer with a plow. Technician training sessions continue both in- house and off site to help keep our technicians current with the ever changing industry. Also the Fleet Supervisor and Parts Manager attended Massachusetts Emergency Management Hazmat Awareness (HAZ01) Training along with Incident Command System 100 (ICS -100) Training. The Parts Manager also completed Resource Management System Administrator (RMS -SA) training. The Parts Manager also acquired a Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental Protection Underground Storage Tank (UST) Class A/B Operator Certificate. This was the sixth winter season a temporary site was set up at the King School for technicians who are assigned to the north side of town during plowing events. This continues to work very well in providing the technicians a more functional area to work so repairs can be performed more effectively and reducing the vehicle's `out of service' time that would occur travelling to and from the Western Avenue facility. In 2012, Fleet Services wrote 2 repair orders, performed 455 scheduled preventative 2012 Annual Town Report maintenance services and completed 179 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles Enhanced Emissions State Inspections. The Division also managed the acquisition and distribution of more than 241,000 gallons of gasoline and diesel fuel. Fleet Services assisted the Police Department with modifications to the jail cells and sent the Department's Welder / Fabricator to the Fire Department to instruct them on the use of their new welding equipment. He also repaired one of their platform trucks snorkel system. Facility Maintenance Again this year the Department of Environmental Protection's Stage II Vapor Recovery Certification program was performed for the fuel system at Western Avenue along with the annual calibration of the fuel pumps which was performed by the Town's Sealer of Weights & Measurers. The oil /water separators at Western Avenue and the Mt. Wayte recycling facility continue to be inspected quarterly and pumped out in compliance with DEP regulations as needed but at least annually. We continue to perform full load tests on the emergency/ standby generators at both the Western Avenue and Henry Street facilities. This is done quarterly to insure proper operation along with a semi- annual maintenance program. The annual fire sprinkler inspection was performed at the Western Avenue facility. The main electrical transformer at the Mt. Wayte Facility failed and was replaced with a more energy efficient unit. Energy efficient overhead doors were installed at the Western Avenue facility to help conserve energy and give more natural light to the parking garages and the Fleet Service area. The Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCCP) are reviewed Public Works 131 Town of Framingham annually to insure accuracy. This plan is necessary so that there are guidelines 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 Recycle and Disposal Facility. Fleet Services continues to do a monthly inspection of the Watson Place flood station and performs any necessary repairs. ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE The Administration and Finance Division provides for the consolidation of all administrative and financial functions within the Department of Public Works. The Division strives to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of financial and administrative functions within the Department through the use of professional practices. The core mission of the Division of Administration & Finance is to provide service and technical support to the major Divisions within the Department of Public Works: Engineering, Conservation, Highway, Solid Waste, Fleet, Water and Wastewater as well as providing other Town Departments with information in a timely and accurate manner. Water and sewer utility billings for the Town of Framingham are also managed by this Division. Staff issued approximately 73,200 bills in 2012. Most residential customers in Framingham are billed quarterly for water and sewer usage, while commercial, industrial and high volume customers are billed monthly. The staff also administers the Discount and Utility Abatement Policies on behalf of the Board of Selectmen. 2012 Annual Town Report Changes to the policy on discounted water and sewer charges were implemented effective July 1, 2012. The Board of Selectmen expanded the program to include veterans and blind persons. The program offers a 25% discount of water and sewer charges to eligible single family residences, 12.5% for two family homes and 8.33% for three family residences. The Division is also responsible for the management of grant funding, as well as federal reimbursement activities that are related to storm emergencies and other events. One significant weather event occurred during 2012. "Super Storm Sandy" impacted the town in late October 2012. This hurricane primarily caused tree damage to areas throughout town. As of this date approval of an emergency declaration for Middlesex County from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is still pending. During 2012 the town received $187,185.34 in reimbursements for prior year declarations; Tropical Storm Irene, the "Halloween storm" in October 2011; a snow event in 2010 and a flooding event in 2010. Members of the department oversee the Drain Layer License renewal process, the hiring of staff; the processing of personnel related activities for the 150 members of the Public Works Department as well as the processing of thousands of vendor invoices. Respectfully Submitted, Peter A. Sellers, Director Public Works 132 PLANNING BOARD I COMMUNITY & ECO COUNCIL METROWEST REGIONAL TR PLANNING BOARD The Planning Board strives to work with both project proponents and the public to shape projects that minimize impacts to the community while accommodating new growth. Such growth provides excellent employment opportunities and a growing tax base to the Town. Highlights of the year and of the range of projects before the Planning Board in 2012 are provided below: THE BOARD The five (5) present Board members are Thomas F. Mahoney, Christine Long, Stephanie A. Mercandetti, Susan P. Bernstein, and Andrea Carr- Evans. On April 5, 2012, the Board elected Thomas F. Mahoney to the position of Chair, Christine Long to serve as Vice - Chair, and Stephanie A. Mercandetti as Clerk. The Planning Board Office is staffed with three employees. John W. Grande, served as the Board's Director. Thomas J Begin served as the Administrative Assistant/ Financial Analyst. Amanda L. Loomis served as the Associate Program Planner. In calendar year 2012, the Board held 36 regular meetings and 3 additional meetings (working sessions, site visits or joint meetings with other Boards or Commissions or neighborhood groups. The Board held public hearings and meetings to consider applications for the following: 5 Site Plan Review Approvals, 7 Special Permits, 6 Modifications to Approved Site Plans /Decisions, 1 Public Way Access Permits, 10 Approval Not METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING WINGHAM HOUSING AUTHORITY Required Plans, and 2 Modifications to a Scenic Road, 1 Land Disturbance Permit, 1 Preliminary Subdivision Plan, 1 Definitive Development Plan for Planned Unit Development. MAJOR PLANNING PROJECTS In 2012, the Planning Board received a significantly revised Plan Unit Development Application. This project decreases the number of housing units to 360, while providing the Town with an opportunity to preserve over 100 acres of open space. The permit process is expected to close in the spring of 2013, with construction starting shortly after. This project provides new residential dwellings, expansion of the tax base, preservation of significant open space and an opportunity for new growth. APPROVED PROJECTS 4 Bishop Street The Applicant applied for an amendment of Special Permits dated December 17, 2002 and June 17, 2003 to release final occupancy of eleven residential units in the building. 35 Edgell Road The Applicant proposed to renovate the existing building in addition to a change in use to a bank. The Applicant also proposed minor modifications to the existing parking lot. The exterior improvements to the existing building created a safer pedestrian environment on -site and decreased the amount of impervious surface. Planning & Economic Development 133 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Town of Framingham 35, 39, 43, 47 Frederick Street The Applicant proposed to renovate four existing multi- family dwellings, including the construction of new entrances and stairwells. Additionally the Applicant increased the amount of landscaping on the four lots and provided parking accommodations for the residential dwelling units. The Applicant later applied for a minor modification to the approved decision to raze the four existing multi- family dwellings and replace with modular replicas of the buildings. 61 Edgell Road The Applicant proposed to renovate the existing dental office with a two story addition. Additionally, the Applicant proposed to alter and reconfigure the parking area to establish constructed parking spaces and handicap accessibility within the parking lot and to the building. The Applicant's parking lot renovations included stormwater drainage and new landscaping improvements to decrease the amount of impervious area on the site. 74 -80 New York Avenue The Applicant proposed to retain the existing modular office trailers. The trailers consist of approximately 8,640 square feet. The existing trailers meet all required safety codes. In combination with the retention of the office trailers there will be no change to the site or the parking facility. 343 Cochituate Road The Applicant proposed to utilize the outdoor patio area at the existing restaurant. The applicant applied for a reduction in parking to accommodate the outdoor patio during the summer months. 1699 Worcester Road 2012 Annual Town Report The Applicant proposed to raze an existing building and construct a new restaurant and drive -thru. Approved Projects Once projects are approved, the Board also ensures that they conform to the conditions of approval by conducting conformance reviews during the permitting and construction phases for approved projects. ZONING BY -LAW AMENDMENTS The following Zoning Amendments were adopted at the Annual and Special Town Meetings and approved by the Attorney General during the 2012 calendar year. The zoning amendments were as follows: October 16, 2012 Article 19 �IV.R. Neighborhood Cluster Development, new section. SPECIAL PLANNING STUDIES Town -wide Master Plan In relation to preparation of a Master Plan, M.G.L, Chapter 41 �81D states, "A planning board established in a city or town or such part or parts thereof as said board may deem advisable and from time to time may extend or perfect such plan ". In 2007, the Board began the development of Framingham's first comprehensive Master Plan since 1988. The Board completed the first phase of the Master Plan and published the Baseline Conditions Report, which is available online. The commencement of the second phase of the Master Plan was delayed, due to lack of funding. Town Meeting approved the appropriation of unassigned mitigation funds to complete the Master Plan. The Planning Board voted and adopted the Master Plan, Part 2: Land Use Master Plan, September 2012. The Board engaged Planning & Economic Development 134 Town of Framingham the Cecil Group and community input to complete the plan. The 2012 Master Plan is a living document that will be continuously updated. The Board will present the 2012Master Plan yearly at Annual Town Meeting, providing a status reports on the work items completed or to be added. Comprehensive Improvement Plan for the Framingham Technology Park The Board, as a condition of their site plan approval for Genzyme's Biologics Support Center and with the agreement of Genzyme Corporation, initiated a planning process to develop a comprehensive improvement plan for the Framingham Technology Park. The Board engaged Terra Tech Rizzo to provide develop the plan. The planning process is a collaborative effort between town officials and park owners and tenants. The Board, with its consultants and the Technology Park Business Community will be working to develop 25 Percent Design Plans for Streetscape and Open Space Improvements for the Technology Park. The Design for Streetscape and Open Space Improvements for the Technology Park will provide for paved street widths, sidewalks and bicycle accommodations, entry signage and landscape treatment, and crosswalk treatment as well as recommendations for street lighting and furniture. The design will also identify recreational amenity including trails, access points and constriction details for the Open Space are adjacent to the Foss Reservoir owned and managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation Resources. 2012 Annual Town Report COLLABORATED WORK EFFORTS Mass in Motion, Community Transformation Grant- Healthy Communities Through the Mass in Motion/ Community Transformation Grant, the Town of Framingham will be working in collaboration with the communities of Hudson and Marlborough to create incorporate healthy communities initiative town or city. The purpose of the Community Transformation Grant is to implement policy, systems and environmental change strategies to increase healthy eating and active living. CTG strategies need to include broader policy, environmental, programmatic or infrastructure changes to promote health rather than an emphasis on programs. In 2012, MetroWest Moves submitted a Community Transformation Grant heavily supported by Town departments and community organizations. Decisions for the grant will be made in February 2013. Framingham Downtown Renaissance The Planning Board has actively been involved in the efforts to revitalize Downtown Framingham, through the Framingham Downtown Renaissance (FDR). The Planning Board provides FDR with technical assistance needed to ensure that the goals of FDR are met. The Planning Board has attended the monthly Thursday morning meetings in the Town Hall, provided staff to sit on various committees related to FDR, and provided technical documents to help guide future development and reinvestment in the Downtown area. Route 9 MetroWest Smart Growth Plan- Sustainable Communities Consortium In 2011, the Planning Board wrote a letter of support for MetroWest Regional Planning & Economic Development 135 Town of Framingham Collaborative (MAPC) for a Smart Growth Plan Grant; MAPC was awarded this grant and will start work on the Route 9 Plan in 2012. The scope of the plan includes a collaboration effort between Framingham, Natick, Southborough, and Wellesley on a Route 9. The Route 9 plan would further develop the recommendations outlined in a recently completed Route 9 Corridor Analysis which determined that the development potential of the Route 9 corridor under current zoning could result in almost doubling the current floor area, severely exacerbating traffic congestion. The study suggested that future development on Route 9 should include more mixed pedestrian and bicycle friendly environment. The planning concept is to create denser Smart Growth Opportunity Areas that could also be better served by public transportation and generate fewer automobile trips than the current development pattern. ADMINISTRATION The Board has continued to work with the Town Treasurer's Office to require prospective developers to obtain certification from the Town's Treasurer /Tax Collector that no local taxes, fees, assessments or other municipal charges are outstanding prior to submission of an application. As a result of this process, many applicants have been obligated to bring unsettled accounts up to date before the Board would consider their development proposals. Since first employed in May of 1993, this noteworthy process has been a source of substantial uncollected taxes for the Town. By the end of calendar year 2012 over $2.4 million had been collected to date through these efforts. In calendar year 2012, the Board collected a total of $27 in revenue from associated project review fees and from 2012 Annual Town Report the sale of Zoning By -Laws, Zoning Maps, Subdivision Rules and Regulations, and minor miscellaneous revenues. The projects reviewed by the Board will create hundreds of construction jobs. In addition to actual off -site improvements constructed by project applicants, the Planning Board has also collected off -site and on -site improvement obligations in the amount of $ 4.609 M through CY2012 according to our most recent financial report. Upon occupancy of these projects, the net increase in positive tax flow to the Town is estimated upwards of 63M. In addition to these contributions to the General Fund, the Planning Board obtains significant Town -wide amenities through the process of negotiated mitigation. In the course of its review the Planning Board requires applicants to provide improvements such as roadway widening and reconstruction, signalization, enhancements for public transportation and landscaping to offset adverse project impacts. Through calendar year 2012 the Board received $ 130.483.20 in direct mitigation performance guarantees and payments. The Board continues to improve the website to increase availability of the information to the public. The Zoning By -Law, Subdivision Regulations, Planning Board Rules and Regulations are available for downloading and printing. The Board continues to post on the website, which is updated daily, these documents include: weekly agendas and approved minutes. Board's webpage include Master Plan, Part One and Part Two, Comprehensive Infrastructure Improvement Plan for the Framingham Technology Park. Respectfully submitted, Thomas F. Mahoney, Chair Planning & Economic Development 136 Town of Framingham .. .... The Community and Economic Development Division (CED) undertakes a wide variety of projects, all of which are focused on protecting and enhancing the quality of life for Framingham's residents. The projects are multi- dimensional, ranging from securing grants and providing policy analyses to promoting homeownership and strengthening and expanding the tax base by encouraging appropriate new development and supporting existing businesses. The Division consists of three departments: Planning, Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA), and Community Development (CD). While each department concentrates on different planning functions, there are strong interrelationships between and amongst the departments as well as other municipal divisions, boards and committees. PLANNING DEPARTMENT 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. Economic Development The department is committed to encouraging appropriate economic development in order to support and expand the tax base, thereby contributing to the fiscal health of the town and minimizing the tax burden on property owners. Planners are responsible for implementing the Town's Economic Development Strategic Plan, which is based on the recognition of the critical 2012 Annual Town Report roles that the commercial sector plays in improving the quality of life for residents by contributing to the tax base, providing employment opportunities, and making available a diversity of goods and services. Consisting of four interconnected components, the Plan is directed at: identifying and planning for key sites and districts, facilitating Town investment to establish a framework for the private sector, creating a business friendly environment, and marketing the town's assets to attract new development and redevelopment. The Planning Department also supports the implementation of the Master Plan, adopted by the Planning Board in 2012. Downtown Revitalization The Planning Department coordinates ongoing and planned projects to revitalize Framingham's central business district. The department works closely with the Town Manager, Department of Public Works, Building and Wires Department, and Planning Board as well as state, regional and federal agencies and legislators to insure that all projects are moving forward in a coordinated and expeditious manner. Underlying the Town's approach to improving the economic viability of Downtown is the recognition that public infrastructure improvements leverage private investment. Public investment is directed at facilitating vehicular and pedestrian circulation patterns, improving safety, and beautifying the downtown as well as upgrading water and sewer infrastructure. Working with DPW and its consultant as well as the Town Manager, Board of Planning & Economic Development 137 Town of Framingham Selectmen and Planning Board staff, the Planning Department has helped guide the development of a long -term revitalization strategy for the downtown that addresses the rail crossing issue, seeks to incorporate Farm Pond into the downtown, promotes mixed -use transit - oriented development, significantly improves safety and traffic flow, and enhances the physical appeal of the downtown. The State is currently undertaking an Environmental Review of a long -term plan to introduce a grade separation into the downtown. The Town has also developed plans to effect significant vehicular and pedestrian improvements to address traffic flow and improve safety in the more immediate future. These plans, combined with major streetscape improvements to beautify the downtown and help entice visitors to the district are nearing the 75% completion stage, with construction scheduled to begin in 2014. Framingham Downtown Renaissance CED staff works closely with Framingham Downtown Renaissance (FDR), a non - profit organization focused on the revitalization of our downtown. CED staff serves on all of the four standing committees (Design, Promotion, Economic Restructuring, and Organizing) and participates in board of directors meetings to provide support and insure collaboration between FDR and Town efforts and policies. In addition to staff support, CED is contributing $30,000 in (federal) Community Development Block Grant funds to further the goals of FDR. With the help of the CDBG grant, FDR hired Holli Andrews in the spring of 2012 to serve as Executive Director. Under her leadership, FDR has achieved significant and impressive successes in a short time, including: generating excitement about 2012 Annual Town Report Farm Pond and its proximity to Downtown, creating and strengthening partnerships with stakeholders, successfully encouraging the MBTA to improve its downtown property and focusing attention on the historic downtown railroad station. The results of the strong collaboration between FDR and CED exemplify the value of a genuine public - private partnership. Neighborhood Commercial Areas The Planning Department continued its efforts to encourage and facilitate the revitalization of several neighborhood commercial areas. CED engaged in discussions with the property owner of the Nobscot Shopping Center. Further, in response to ongoing support from the division including sponsoring a pre - development meeting of all Town officials engaged in the permitting process, the owner of the Mt. Wayte shopping center is developing plans to be presented to the Planning Board to create a mixed -use development on his currently underutilized property. Brownfields Project 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, 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 has secured and administered two $200,000 EPA grants to identify, abate and eventually redevelop brownfields. The Town was awarded an additional $400,000 grant in Planning & Economic Development 138 Town of Framingham May 2012 in response to an application submitted by the division, allowing us to continue the Town's 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. The LSP has undertaken eighteen ESAs including two for the site on which a new branch library is planned. One noteworthy project entailed use of use of Brownfields funds to assess an underutilized Parks and Recreation Department parcel on Pratt Street. The results allowed the Town, with the support of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, to establish a community garden in the summer of 2011 which continued into 2012. Appropriate Economic Development New development is the only mechanism available to expand the tax base in order to reduce the financial burden on existing property owners and /or increase the availability of funding to improve municipal services. The department targets and promotes the development of major parcels for (re)development throughout town. Although the lack of available credit has seriously undermined the progress of several private developments, we are focused on creating a favorable development environment and encouraging redevelopment of vacant and underutilized property in the downtown and community -wide. Staff monitors property that is available for sale and lease, responds to questions from individuals and businesses interested in locating in Framingham, and attempts to link demand with available property. We work closely with state development 2012 Annual Town Report offices. Staff sits on interdepartmental teams that review proposed development proposals in order to facilitate the project through the various review processes. Staff also serves as an intermediary between existing and prospective businesses with other municipal departments including Building, Assessing, Police, Fire and Planning Board. Planning Department staff has developed strong and effective relationships with major property owners and serve as the "go -to" people in Town. The planning and economic development functions performed by staff are closely interrelated with the work of the Economic Development Industrial Corporation (FDIC). Staff and the EDIC collaborate extensively in order to further our shared commitment to promote economic development. Economic Development Industrial Corporation (FDIC). The EDIC is charged with creating a pro - active capacity to plan for and carry out economic development activities. In conjunction with staff, the EDIC coordinated an Economic Development Self- Assessment Tool (EDSAT) planning exercise undertaken by Northeastern University's Dukakis Center in order to evaluate the Town's approach to development. Funded in part by the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, the EDSAT was based on extensive data provided by division staff as well as input from various stakeholders. The EDSAT provided important perspectives on how the Town could build upon its assets and address its weaknesses in order to attract and support business activity. CED in conjunction with the FDIC, Town Manager and other municipal departments are implementing the EDSAT recommendations. Planning & Economic Development 139 Town of Framingham The EDIC and staff are engaged in workforce development initiatives including reaching out to Human Resources departments in Framingham to identify and fill gaps in employment. The EDIC is also developing an Outreach Program in order to identify and address concerns of the businesses so that the Town can build upon its assets and address its weaknesses. Members will serve as the Town's ambassadors to reinforce the Town's commitment to support existing businesses and to respond to their needs. EDIC and CED have created an internship program in conjunction with Framingham State University in order to take advantage of the considerable resources offered by the university while advancing Town economic development objectives with minimal impact on the municipal budget. We anticipate that, as a result of our combined efforts, we will be able to engage FSU interns with specific interests and expertise in economic development beginning in 2013. Both CED and EDIC work closely with the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce, which is a strong and effective ally in our efforts to strengthen the tax base. We also maintain strong partnerships with state and regional agencies as well as FDR. Residential Neighborhoods While economic development initiatives support residential neighborhoods by generating additional taxes, the Planning Department enhances these efforts by undertaking projects that specifically and directly protect and improve Framingham's neighborhoods. The department continued to respond to a Board of Selectmen policy that places a priority on encouraging homeownership and targeting efforts to vulnerable neighborhoods. Both the Community 2012 Annual Town Report Development Block Grant and HOME Programs are focused on improving neighborhoods. The CD Coordinator serves on the Town's Code Enforcement Task Force in order to link federally funded rehabilitation programs with the Town's efforts to improve its neighborhoods. Neighborhood Stabilization Program The dramatic increase in home foreclosures that began in 2008 started to abate in 2012. The Planning Department continued to implement the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP), funded by three grants secured and administered by CED totaling $1.35 million. The mission of NSP is to acquire and convert foreclosed properties into owner - occupied homes to reduce the potential for blight and help stabilize neighborhoods. The success of NSP represents the combined efforts of the Planning and CD Departments, the Board of Selectmen and the Framingham Housing Authority (FHA) and its subsidiary, the Framingham Housing Development Corporation. Thus far, the Program has resulted in the purchase of six homes, all of which have been completely renovated and four of which were sold to income - eligible applicants in 2011 and 2012. One two - family property was retained by FHA and the sixth property is currently for sale. Net sale proceeds are reinvested in the purchase and renovation of additional properties. These renovated properties have dramatically improved the appearance of the neighborhoods in which they are situated and returned abandoned properties to active uses that contribute positively to the neighborhoods in which they are situated. For more information, please go to: www.framinghamma.gov/foreclosures. Planning & Economic Development 140 Town of Framingham Promotion Consistent with the Economic Development Strategic Plan, a concerted effort is underway to market the desirable attributes of Framingham in order to encourage individuals, families and firms to locate, invest, and shop in our town. Planners have developed a marketing campaign, a major component of which is a web site created and maintained in conjunction with Technology Services. The two divisions will continue to refine the web site, which can be accessed at www.chooseframinV,ham.com 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 2012, the department was awarded a $400,000 Brownfields Environmental Site Assessment Grant from EPA to fund ongoing and proposed brownfield activities including redevelopment planning. The Planning Department is available to provide staff support to other divisions in identifying and preparing grant applications. Upon receipt of grants, CED administers the grants to insure compliance with the granting authority. Most notably, the division is still responsible for insuring that the Town complies with federal guidelines and reporting requirements regarding a $657,000 energy grant and a $200,000 EPA Brownfields Assessment grant the Town received as part of the Economic Stimulus (ARRA) as well as another $200,000 EPA grant that was not ARRA funded. The ARRA grants included additional reporting requirements that resulted in more staff hours dedicated to the project. Reimbursement for staff 2012 Annual Town Report time on administrative tasks depends on the policies of the granting agency. Policy Analyses, Studies, Project Management, and Special Projects CED undertakes projects, prepares policy analyses, and coordinates inter- departmental projects. Some of these 2012 projects include the following: Wireless Communication Facilities (WCF) Working Group The working group retained a consultant in 2011 to review the towns wireless communications facilities bylaw and identify how the needs of the wireless industry can be accommodated consistent with federal law with the least impact to our neighborhoods. The consultant issued his report to the Town, which is reviewing it to determine appropriate action. Open Space and Recreation Plan Implementation Committee (OSRPIC) The Planning Department staffs the OSRPIC, which is charged with implementing the 2008 Open Space and Recreation Plan. The committee completed its study of the town's three aqueducts Weston, Hultman, and Sudbury —and assessed how best to provide public access for recreational use. The committee also initiated the state required update to the 2008 Open Space and Recreation Plan. Transportation CED works closely with DPW to insure that Framingham's transportation improvement priorities are identified on the state's Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP), which is a prerequisite for federal and state funding. The Senior Planner serves as the Town's TIP Coordinator. Planning & Economic Development 141 Town of Framingham Cochituate Rail Trail (CRT) The Planning Department is working closely with DPW to coordinate design and construction activities along the rail trail together with sewer work under the trail. Design plans for the trail were submitted to MassDOT in 2011 and its design review process is underway. The 25% design public hearing was conducted in November. The Planning Department secured a $600,000 MassDOT transportation grant in 2010 to help complete the trail. The basic infrastructure of the trail is nearing completion as part of DPW's East Framingham Sewer Improvement Project. It is anticipated that the CRT will be completed in 2014. Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (BFRT) The Planning 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 has been seeking grant funding and working with the regional committee representing all of the communities through which the trail will traverse. Aqueducts Planners are actively engaged in improving public access to the Weston Aqueduct. A series of meetings took place in 2012 with Town, regional and State officials. A pilot project for a segment of the Weston Aqueduct in Saxonville was opened to the public in October. Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI) The Planning Department carefully monitors the Town's status on the Commonwealth's Subsidized Housing Inventory in order to insure that Framingham's subsidized housing units are accurately and fully counted. The Town's SHI remains in excess of 10 %, 2012 Annual Town Report which limits the applicability of Chapter 40B Comprehensive Permits (subsidized housing development that is not subject to municipal Zoning Codes). The division worked closely with the State as well as current and prospective owners of the Edmands House, a subsidized housing complex that was placed on the market in 2012. Final details are being negotiated to insure that the units will be retained on the SHI, the current residents protected, and the property renovated. Provide Support to Town Committees CED provides staff support to several Town committees in addition to the FDIC, including (beginning in 2012) both the Framingham Historic Commission and the Framingham Historic District Commission. The Director serves on Multiple Hazard Mitigation Planning Group, which consists of representatives of various Town divisions as well as citizens. The group is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Town's Multiple Hazard Mitigation Plan, required by the Federal Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000. Linkages to other 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 Regional Collaborative, MetroWest Economic Research Council Advisory Board and subcommittee, Athenaeum Task Force, NSP Policy Subcommittee, Framingham Community Partnership, Greater Callahan Initiative, MetroWest /495 Partnership, Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Code Enforcement Task Force, FDR and four subcommittees, and Brownfields Coalition of the Northeast. The division also maintains strong contacts with MassDevelopment, and the Planning & Economic Development 142 Town of Framingham Massachusetts Office of Business Development. ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS Memorial Building, Room B2 (508)532 -5456 zba@framinghamm-a.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 Bylaws. The ZBA's function is to approve or deny requests for 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 2012, Full Members of the Board were Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr., Chair; Susan S. Craighead, Vice - Chair; and Stephen E. Meltzer, Clerk. Karl Thober, Edward (Ted) Cosgrove, Robert Snider and Kevin Gatlin served as Associate Members. Eugene Kennedy, Assistant Director of Community and Economic Development, serves as the ZBA Administrator. Mr. Kennedy, with support from Planner John Szczesny, prepared the Board's decisions and advised the Board on procedural and other issues. Alice Clapper continued her duties as Administrative Assistant. Town Counsel advised the Board as required. Total filing fees in 2012 amounted to $26,300. These funds go directly into the General Fund. Forty -two petitions were filed with the ZBA office in 2012. Seven petitions that were filed in 2011 were decided in 2012. 2012 Annual Town Report These 49 cases represent 22 fewer than the 71 cases processed in 2011. Of the 49 cases heard in 2012, 21 were requests for variances, 16 for special permits, 3 for findings, 7 for variance and special permits, and 2 appeals of the decision of the Building Commissioner. 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 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 the fourth Member selected as the Alternate. Ten sign applications were filed in 2012. 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 and encouraged to attend. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND HOME PROGRAMS Since 1975, Framingham has received over 21 million dollars in Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The Town also receives federal Home Investment Partnership Act (HOME) funds, which must be used exclusively for developing and rehabilitating residential units. In combination, the programs seek to: arrest deterioration in the housing stock and stabilize neighborhoods through financial and technical rehabilitation assistance to property owners; develop programs to preserve and expand affordable housing opportunities; eliminate architectural Planning & Economic Development 143 Town of Framingham barriers; improve Town -owned facilities and infrastructure to prolong their useful lives and stabilize eligible neighborhoods; improve the quality of life for low and moderate income residents through the provision of social services; and administer the programs effectively and equitably to ensure that all members of the community may participate in or benefit from program activities. The following summarizes several major accomplishments during 2012: Housing Rehabilitation Assistance The program provides technical assistance and CDBG /HOME loans for the rehabilitation of substandard homes. Six dwellings were repaired with the help of grants and loans to income - eligible property owners (those with low or moderate incomes or a majority of tenants with low or moderate incomes) in 2012. An additional six properties are in the process of receiving rehabilitation loans. Administrative support is provided the Planning Department to implement the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP), which acquires, rehabilitates and sells foreclosed property with funds acquired through a state grant program. Homebuyer Assistance The CD Department continues to administer and promote the Town's Down Payment Assistance Program. Unfortunately, no grants were provided during 2012 because of lack of demand undoubtedly attributable at least in part to the economy. This program is linked to the Division's NSP Program by making available potential funding for income - eligible homebuyers as an added incentive to purchase foreclosed properties in order to eliminate blight from residential neighborhoods. 2012 Annual Town Report Code Enforcement While the CD Coordinator serves on the Town's Code Enforcement Task Force, the department also provides financial assistance to code enforcement. Specifically CDBG funds reimburse the Building Department for the equivalent of one full -time staff person for time spent inspecting residential properties in Census Block Groups with populations that are predominantly low or moderate incomes. During the past program year, over 409 inspectional cases were initiated and closed with the assistance of CDBG funds. Public Facilities Improvements CDBG grants continued to fund several handicapped accessibility improvements to Memorial Building, including the installation of a mobile ADA stage lift in Nevins Hall; the reconstruction of Saint Lo Street; and construction of accessible sidewalks, pathways and pedestrian crossings at the Juniper Hill School. CDBG funds were also used to upgrade public parks and recreational facilities including the installation of new lighting and landscaping at Butterworth Park. Economic Development and Facade /Sign Improvement Program In 2012, CDBG funds were provided to help fund the salary of the Executive Director of FDR's Main Street Program. In its inaugural year, this program helped twenty (20) local businesses that serve area residents. Assistance was also offered to the owners of an historic mixed -use property in Framingham's central business district to renovate the ground -floor facade to its original condition. In response to a successful application developed by the CD Department and endorsed by the Board of Selectmen, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has designated the Planning & Economic Development 144 Town of Framingham area around the intersection of Route 126 and 135 as a "Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area" (NRSA). This designation accords the Town significantly more flexibility in applying CD funds to promote economic development in the downtown. Public Services CDBG funds supported the following youth initiatives: a summer employment and counseling program (Community Connections Summer Work Program); and a special program for high school students facing issues that impeded their ability to learn and achieve (Resiliency for Life). Adult programs included: literacy training (Literacy Unlimited); English -as- a- Second Language (Framingham Adult ESL Plus); prevention of homelessness (Homeless Prevention Program); and referrals to health insurance coverage and MetroWest Regional Collaborative (MWRC) 2012 Annual Report Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Marlborough, Natick, Southborough, Wayland, Wellesley and Weston Meetings and Events The MetroWest Regional Collaborative (MWRC) held regular Member and Executive Board meetings in 2012, as well as Transportation and Planners' meetings. Local officials and guests from MetroWest communities discussed a variety of planning and regionalization issues including transportation priorities for state funding, grant programs for municipalities, the Route 9 Smart Growth 2012 Annual Town Report social services (MAPS Inc.). Over 519 individuals were served by the activities. Subsidized Housing Support CDBG and HOME funds supported on- going renovation of the Framingham Housing Authority's Memorial House (2 units) in order to convert it from a congregate housing facility to a more traditional form of housing. Administration Administration of both the CDBG and HOME Programs is staff - intensive and requires diligence to identify and comply with applicable federal regulations. CDBG and HOME funding reimburse the Town for the salaries of benefits of staff assigned to manage the programs. Respectfully Submitted, Alison C. Steinfeld, Director Plan, open space connectivity, MWRA aqueduct access, and possible restoration of express commuter bus service between MetroWest and Boston/ Cambridge. The MWRC hosted its annual Legislative Breakfast on May 11, at the Village Hall in Framingham. Legislators and municipal and community leaders from MetroWest discussed such topics as transportation funding and the ongoing state budget process. The MWRC held its Annual Dinner and Meeting on June 14 at Framingham State University. Former Governor Michael Dukakis was the guest speaker. His remarks addressed transportation Issues as well as control of health care costs. Regional Spirit Awards were presented to Fred Laskey, Executive Director of the MWRA for providing public access to the Planning & Economic Development 145 Town of Framingham MWRA aqueducts open space system and also to Rep. Carolyn Dykema for her work with MWRA infrastructure, Municipal Health Insurance and Regionalizing of her Veterans District. The MetroWest Regional Collaborative held its Fall Policy Conference on December 12, co- sponsored by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), among others. The event featured Transportation Secretary Richard Davey, Mayor Joseph Curtatone and a panel discussion on Transportation and Transportation Finance with Representative Chris Walsh, Kristina Egan of Transportation for Massachusetts, Natick Selectman Josh Ostroff and MetroWest Economic Research Center co- founder Maureen Dunne. The meeting focused on the impact of transportation on the economic health and quality of life of the State and MetroWest and the necessity for adequate infrastructure investment. MWRC convened an ongoing series of meetings of the MetroWest Open Space Working Group. More than 40 individuals representing MetroWest communities and non - profit advocacy groups have prioritized key gaps and impediments to connectivity in the regional open space and trails system. MWRC has also convened regular meetings of a MW DPW Director /Highway Superintendents group to discuss how the MWRC and MAPC can be of service in the area of Public Works. MWRC has met with various Boards in member communities to update them on MWRC activities and accomplishments. We welcomed Framingham and Holliston back into the MWRC after a year hiatus. 2012 Annual Town Report Technical Assistance Work continued under a grant from the MetroWest Community Healthcare Foundation to fund a regional public health nurse serving the towns of Ashland, Hopkinton and Medway. The program will focus on communicable diseases, obesity, at risk behaviors, and elder health well- being. MWRC, on behalf of the Boards of Health in Ashland, Hopkinton and Medway received a CIG (Commonwealth Innovation Grant) for software and hardware for onsite food inspections. MWRC and MAPC have been working with the Towns of Framingham, Natick, Southborough and Wellesley on a Route 9 MetroWest Smart Growth Plan, funded by a HUD Sustainable Communities Grant. The goal is to create more walk- able, compact, mixed use developments, a more pedestrian friendly environment, and better public transportation, in an effort to allow Route 9 to continue to develop without unduly exacerbating traffic problems. MWRC and MAPC staff produced conceptual design plans, 3D computer models, and visualizations for several Smart Growth Opportunity Areas along Route 9 (Fayville area of Southborough, Framingham Centre and the Natick Mall /Shoppers World area of Framingham and Natick known as the "Golden Triangle "). Two public meetings have been held with a third scheduled for spring 2013, followed by a summary report. MWRC also participated on another Sustainable Communities Project to provide better transportation alternatives and improve access to and within Framingham's Tech Park and 9/90 Developments. Planning & Economic Development 146 Town of Framingham MWRC and MAPC completed a DLTA study of CNG (compressed natural gas) as a fuel for municipal fleets in MetroWest, including the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority. A larger State CIC grant has been applied for to establish 2 CNG fueling stations and begin fleet conversion. MWRA has been working with MAPC and the MW`RA on studies to provide access to the aqueducts and facilitate opening of a pilot section of the Aqueducts in Framingham. MWRC has developed an Aqueduct Trail Design Guide for Communities to illustrate issues and solutions relating to access, signage /way finding and safety. MWRC has been working with the towns of Framingham, Marlboro, Hudson through a Community Transformation Grant (MW in Motion) to recommend zoning and development standards that would make town bylaws more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. Advocacy and Communications MWRC served on the advisory committee for MDOT's Route 495 /Route 9 Interchange Project. 7 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" 2012 Annual Town Report Participated in Framingham Downtown Renaissance, including Design and Promotion subcommittees. Met with Local Advocates and CTPS to initiate a CTPS study of restoration of Express Commuter Bus Service between MetroWest and Boston/ Cambridge. Conducted press interviews for articles on the Route 9 MetroWest Smart Growth Plan, compressed natural gas vehicle conversion /refueling station study and transportation issues. Attended and provided input at Regional Transportation Advisory Council (RTAC) Meetings in Boston. Provided regular communication with MWRC Members and "friends" regarding events, meetings, grant opportunities, educational sessions and news of interest. Respectfully submitted, Bruce Leish, Director service was then initiated on December 1s`, 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. In 2008, the original Framingham LIFT and the Natick Neighborhood bus routes were integrated into a unified transit Planning & Economic Development 147 Town of Framingham 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 has served as the "Hub" and maintenance depot for the system. In 2011, Wellesley joined the Authority as its 12 member. Additionally the MWRTA began collaboration with Framingham State University, supporting a student operated Formed in 1946, the Framingham Housing Authority is led by a dedicated five - member Board of Commissioners. Together with Executive Director Kevin Bumpus and a supportive staff of 42, the FHA maintains over 1000 units of public housing and administers rental subsidies for over 900 units of private housing, in cooperation with federal, state and local authorities. In February of 2012 the Authority lost dedicated Board Member, Edward F. Convery. Mr. Convery proudly served on the Board from 1982 -2012 and was an active resident advocate. At the time of his death Mr. Convery was Vice Chairman of the Board. Mr. Convery's death was a great loss to the Authority and its residents. Attorney Janice Rogers 2012 Annual Town Report system with capital and training that is fully funded by the University. In 2012, MWRTA executed a lease /purchase with SMOC for its building on 15 Blandin Ave. with the intention of moving its entire maintenance and operations facility to that location. The Authority will also create options for community access to parts of the facility. The MWRTA will continue to build upon the over 500,000 rides provided in FY12 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 was appointed to complete Mr. Convery's Board Member term. Modernization/ Preventative Maintenance As one of the largest property owners within the Town of Framingham, the Authority takes great pride in maintaining safe, sanitary and affordable housing to its residents. Executive Director Kevin Bumpus has placed great importance on the need for preventive maintenance, as well as securing funds for the many modernization projects. In 2012 renovation began at the Memorial House with Phase I (new roofing/ paving/ sidewalks) for $222,000. Phase II is approximately 1 million in interior Planning & Economic Development 148 Town of Framingham renovations for 11 handicapped units and 1 conventional unit and upgrades to the common area's with state of the art energy conserving fixtures and were made possible by funding through NSTAR. Presently six (6) handicap Units at the Federal development on Brady Drive are being renovated to meet accessibility codes costing $150,000. At the Beaver Street development, $70,000 in site improvements were done in 2012 including paving, sidewalk repairs, and electrical upgrades to replace the electrical panels. Everitt Avenue saw new porches installed and will continue this effort going forward into 2013. The FHA purchased a two- family house through a town sponsored auction at 45- 47 Arsenal Street and has begun the renovations. State Funded Housing The Framingham Housing Authority administers 249 units of state -aided family housing (75 units under Chapter 200 -C Family Housing; 76 units under Chapter 705 -C Family Housing) at Oran Road, Concord Street, Anzio Road, Corrigidor Road, Guadalcanal Road, Normandy Road, Pearl Harbor Road, Arsenal Road, St. Lo Road, Beaver Park Road, Marian Road, Taralli Terrace and Second Street. The FHA sold (6) 705 -1 units on Hollis Street and the following are replacements: (2) units at 234 -236 Beaver St, (2) units at 8 -10 Webster Street and (2) units at 46 Bethany Road. State - funded senior /disabled housing — 536 units (under Chapter 667C Elderly/ disabled Housing, Chapter 667 -2 667 -8 Elderly/ disabled Housing) — is located on Everitt Avenue, John Gallagher Drive, Grant Street, Rose Kennedy Lane, Normandy Road, Arsenal Road, Guadalcanal Road, Cochituate Road and Hollis Street. Twenty -four units of state - subsidized handicapped housing (under 2012 Annual Town Report Chapters 689, 689 -1 and 689 -2 Handicapped Housing) are situated on Temple Place, Alexander Street and Underwood Avenue. Rental Assistance through the Mass. Rental Voucher Program (MRVP) includes 62 units -- 12 units on Gordon Street, 21 units (SRO -DMH) on Gordon Street and Union Avenue, 15 units (SRO - DPH) on Evergreen Street, five units on Prospect Street (SRO -DMH), six units on Wellington Avenue (SRO -DMH) and three on scattered sites. The Musterfield at Concord Place The renovations and remodeling of The Musterfield Development was completed in 2010 and all 110 units are occupied. There is a new Musterfield Activity Center with an After School Program for children ages 5 -12. The curriculum is Sports and Recreation in our state of the art playground, Homework Assistance and Arts and Crafts. We have a partnership with Framingham State University and Marian High school to provide interns. We also have collaborated with Early Childhood Alliance for a Pre - school Music, Movement and Story Hour. Federally Funded Housing Federally aided family housing administered by the FHA includes 125 units (under MA028 -001 Family Housing) at Beaver Street, Carlson Road and Pusan Road. Senior units (under MA0028 -002 Elderly/ disabled Housing) include 110 apartments on John J. Brady Drive. The FHA also administers 983 federal Section 8 Rental Assistance vouchers for apartments in privately owned properties located throughout Framingham and surrounding towns. Planning & Economic Development 149 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Family Self- Sufficiency Program The FHA has two FSS programs, one for Public Housing and one for Section 8 participants. This is a five year voluntary program where an individual service plan is designed with goals in education, career planning and financial literacy are worked on. Neighborhood Stabilization Program The past two years FHA has collaborated with the Town of Framingham in addressing neighborhood stabilization by renovating and remodeling foreclosed properties in designated census tracts. This has been very successful and two of the Section 8 participants in the FSS program have purchased homes in Framingham. Two single family homes, one two family and one condominium have been sold with another single family home on the market presently. Respectfully submitted, Kevin P. Bumpus, Executive Director Commissioners: Stephen P. Starr, Chairman Faith C. Tolson- Pierce, Vice Chairman Phyllis A. May, Treasurer Janice M. Rogers, Asst. Treasurer Robert L. Merusi, Member Planning & Economic Development 150 PARKS & RECREATION COMMIS CEMETERY COM Parks and Recreation Commission Barry Bograd served as chairman with members Robert Brown, Dan Jones, Joan Rastani and Kevin Salvi. The Annual Town Meeting voted for an annual FY13 level service operating budget of $2,415,021 for Parks Administration, Maintenance and Recreation. With support from the Capital Budget Committee and Town Meeting, the department purchased a new F350 4x4 utility truck. Vehicle replacement has lagged behind and continues to be a concern. Other capital improvements included new Playground Safety Mulch to replace existing materials throughout the parks, the completion of Furber Park Improvements, and the completion of computerized irrigation at the athletic fields. The Department continues to hold payments on the General Contractor for the Bowditch Field Athletic and Cultural Complex until corrective masonry work and other deficiencies are completed. Beautification projects were implemented throughout the Town with the use of a construction supervisor position that has been refocused on coordinating volunteer labor. The most noticeable areas included the John Costanza Park in Saxonville, Eames Square located off Union Avenue, Walsh Park at the intersection of Routes 30 and 126 as well as additional plantings throughout Cushing Memorial Park. In .EATION DEPARTMENT AGING addition, the Community Garden at Pratt Street increased the number of plots and added additional irrigation. The Park and Recreation Commission and the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority entered into an agreement to open the Weston aqueduct for public use. The area connects northern Saxonville with Nobscot and runs from Elm Street to Water Street. Stewardship of the 1.1 mile linear park was accepted by the Parks and Recreation Commission and a new advisory committee was established. This agreement is the first in the State and will serve as a pilot program for the rest of the Commonwealth. The Parks and Recreation Commission sponsored Article 15 at the Annual Town meeting to enter into a 99 year lease for the use of 6.5 acres located at 21 Edgebrook Road. The article was voted and agreed that the property will be maintained as a natural wooded park. The addition of formalized trails at the aqueduct, and passive recreation areas like the Edgebrook property and Cushing Memorial Park represent a trend and transition of the department that is more comprehensive, serving the varying recreational interests of the community. Other tasks approved by the Parks and Recreation Commission included the opening of a renovated playground at Furber Park; the review of park use and refund policies; the implementation of credit card use; new signage at various Recreation & Cultural Affairs 151 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Town of Framingham parks and the completion of Phase 4 at Cushing Memorial Park. Over 500 events were scheduled at the Bowditch complex this year. Stadium highlights included a concert featuring the United States Air Force Band of Liberty, two movie nights, the Girl Scouts of America 100' anniversary picture, Mavericks Semi Pro Football games, the traditional Thanksgiving eve bonfire as well as a host of high school and college athletic events. Of particular note was a visit by the Brazilian World Cup Soccer Team that played an exhibition game against Franklin Peirce College on Thursday, March 29, 2012. The high quality natural turf was a main reason for this site selection by the visiting Brazilian Officials. The Department continues to hold over $550,000 on the Bowditch Field General Contractor. Contract specifications have not been met and center mostly on masonry and concrete work. 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. Barry Bograd Chair, Parks and Recreation Commission Robert L. Merusi, Executive Director, Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Recreation The Recreation Department provides over 200 formal programs geared towards 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 2012 Annual Town Report dollars. During the past year, we offered 266 different programs with a participation of 17,412. During the summer, the beaches experienced a 3% increase from the previous summer for about 20,000 visitors. In addition to establishing a new credit card system for registration, we have several new programs offerings such as the Start and Turn Swim Clinic, Futsal Soccer as well as additional school vacations offerings. The department sponsored some special events this year with assistance of Friends of Framingham Recreation. The highlights included Pumpkins in the Park, Green Up Day, the Egg - citing Egg Hunt, Movie Night at Bowditch, Open House at Cushing Park for the unveiling of the historical plaques, O'Connell's Motorcycle Run, the 911 ceremony at Cushing Memorial Park and the traditional Thanksgiving Eve Bonfire. These events continue to grow in popularity and size. For the second year, we managed the ever popular "Friday Night Concerts on the Green." The eight week schedule of local talent included the sounds of Off the Hook, XRB, Heritage Pops, Broadsword and the Reminisants. Once again, the weather prevented two bands from performing: Amy Galaltin and the Cocoacabana. There was a special performance of the United States Air Force Band of Libery held at the Bowditch Athletic & Cultural Complex. Concerns about the location of the stage in 2011 were addressed in 2012 and the crowds were pleased with the new placement of the stage in the north quadrant of the park. We are grateful to the many sponsors who made this event possible. The PAL basketball league led by Director Alan Williams challenged New England Patriots players Rasi Dowling, Patrick Chung, Brian Hoyer and Ron Gronkowski Recreation & Cultural Affairs 152 Town of Framingham in an exciting game of basketball. The final score of the game was 79 to 64 with the win going to the young PAL players. Grants that enhanced our 2012 programs included The Department of Conservation and Recreation for the Massachusetts Park Pass; the Impact Grant and other sponsors that generously donated money for the Concert Series; Future Skills funded two summer counselors for our Recreation Centers while Project Bread and the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service provided free breakfast and lunch for the Recreation Special Needs Program. We thank them for all this assistance. 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. It is with a heavy heart that we will be saying goodbye to our long time swim and beach director Grace Ciocca. She has served in limitless capacity for the past 20 years and will be greatly missed. We wish her much enjoyment during her retirement. 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. We welcome input from Town residents and we value both your feedback and involvement in our programs. Respectfully Submitted, Trisha Powell, Superintendent of Recreation 2012 Annual Town Report Parks Maintenance The Parks Maintenance Department prides itself with providing some of the best maintained recreational facilities in the Metro West area. Maintenance of our athletic fields consists of an affordable program that focuses on the basics of aerating top dressing, fertilizing, seeding, and proper irrigation. The maintenance program is combined with a concentrated management effort and well thought out scheduling program that includes field scheduling policies, consistent practices, and established priorities. The results allow Framingham to maintain high quality fields while hosting over 15,000 formally scheduled events per year. Included in our scheduling and support are the full athletic programs for three high schools and two colleges and a wide variety of community and youth group activity. The department has expanded its maintenance responsibilities by developing maintenance programs for the newly acquired 6.5 acre Edgebrook Road property in addition to some maintenance responsibilities for passive walking trails on the Weston Aqueduct. Our town wide beautification effort has been enhanced through active recruitment of donated labor and traffic island sponsors. We also successfully handled our responsibility for the Concerts on the Common series for a second year. We continue our working relationship with Keefe Technical School. The electrical lab provided labor for some small lighting projects as well as electrical improvements at some of the facilities in the past year. This program affords Recreation & Cultural Affairs 153 Town of Framingham students the benefit of actual experiences in a commercial setting. Infield renovations of the two highly used Winch softball fields were completed in the fall. The renovations improved and repaired the poor drainage and the uneven play areas from the fields which in turn also renovated the soccer area that is used within the outfield of the two fields. In addition, we continue our efforts in renovating many of our playground "fall zones" areas by replacing traditional wood chips with safety zone wood fiber mulch that was obtained through capital funding. In addition, we continue the sign installation at our parks and properties which allows patrons and residents to make the connection between the service and the department whose responsibility it is to manage them. Last spring, we embarked on an experimental project at the high school side athletic field. The field was laser graded to insure proper drainage and was renovated with experimental grass varieties. These varieties require less dedicated maintenance; i.e. water, fertilization and cutting. In late September, the football program started to use the area with little damage to the surface. We anticipate increased field use by the lacrosse program in the spring and will then be able determine if this project is a viable alternative. We were able to purchase a new vehicle for our fleet through our Capital Budget Program. Our vehicle replacement program continued to lag behind due to funding considerations. In addition, we completed the upgrades and renovations to the Furber Park playground and basketball court as well as providing handicap access to the area. 2012 Annual Town Report The Department continues to work with the Agricultural Committee on the community garden program at the Pratt Street property as well as at the prison. These areas are used by local residents allowing an opportunity for them to cultivate their own produce. We continue our active tree maintenance program working on the removal of hazardous trees and the pruning of trees for safety and structural reasons. Hurricane Sandy created a lot of tree damage in October. Our department spent about 340 man hours to clean up storm damage to parks and school areas within our purview. We would like to thank all the volunteers and volunteer groups that worked with us over the year. Their support is a tremendous resource. In turn, we offer support and resources to other town departments. We also thank other town departments for their cooperation as well; it would be very difficult for us to achieve these successes without their help. Chris McGinty Superintendent, Parks Maintenance Cemetery Commission The Cemetery Commission consists of a three member board appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The Cemetery Commissioners Robert Brown and Kevin Salvi elected Barry Bograd as Chairman at its meeting on November 16, 2011. In the second year of their grounds maintenance contract, True Green Chemlawn sold the company to Morin's Landscaping. The contract was renewed with Morin's performing the routine grounds maintenance for Edwards Recreation & Cultural Affairs 154 Town of Framingham Cemetery, Main Street Cemetery and Old South Cemetery. The Parks Maintenance staff continues to perform grave openings. There were three burials and six cremation internments at Edwards Cemetery and one cremation internment at the Main Street Cemetery during the year. There is a moratorium on the general sale of new lots which is still in effect. Fee schedules for associated cemetery activities were raised and approved last year and are considered current. In addition, the increase in requests for historical records associated with the cemeteries continues. The three hill side crypts at Main St. Cemetery have started to crumble and fall into disrepair. We have received repair estimates between $80,000 and $120,000 for complete restoration. We will be requesting a capital budget appropriation next year and will involve the Historical Commission in any plans to repair. Report submitted on behalf of the Cemetery Commission by: Christopher A. McGinty Superintendent, Parks & Recreation Cemetery Commission Barry Bograd Chairman Robert Brown Kevin Salvi Loring Skating Arena In its 50"' year of operation, Loring Arena continues to improve the infrastructure and maintain the rink to high standards. Some improvements this year included updating the front men's and ladies' rooms with new sinks, Corian countertops and faucets which replaced the original fixtures. In addition, two new showers 2012 Annual Town Report were installed in locker room "A" replacing the 30+ year old ones. We have received many compliments from patrons regarding these improvements. The arena also replaced the 28 metal halide lights over the ice surface and cleaned the shields that protect the lights. The lights had approximately 12,000 hours of use and were producing about 50% of their original light output. The work was completed by arena staff. The arena recently purchased several different sized tempered glass panels at a cost of $4,969. Our replacement inventory now covers every size panel needed to keep the arena going. The six original entrance doors were replaced by new energy efficient insulated doors with locks. The new doors are building code compliant and allow for easier control of who enters the building as well as creating a safer atmosphere for patrons. A new control panel was installed by North East Distributors. The control panel is the "heart" of the refrigeration system and controls pumps, compressors, condenser water and fan, ammonia and rink ice temperature. The new panel "calls out" to arena staff to alert them of any malfunction that may occur. The new panel is already showing a reduction in electricity usage. The two end walls to the barrel roof of the arena were refurbished and painted through a capital appropriation by Town Meeting for a total cost of $32,000. A more permanent solution is being pursued as these end walls are 50 years old and need replacement. The work consisted of scraping all the metal supports to remove rust and chipping pieces, applying a coat of sealant to slow the corrosion of the Recreation & Cultural Affairs 155 Town of Framingham metal and then applying a coat of paint to the metal and the panels. Dave Friday retired from the Loring Arena Committee after many years of dedicated service. Framingham resident and new committee member Robert Lewis was appointed by the Board of Selectman in the fall of 2012. The following is financial information relating to business conducted through the fiscal year ending June 30, 2012: Total gross revenue as of June 30, 2012 $474,432 Total Rink Operational Expenditures as of June 30, 2012: $465,582.78* *Does not include health insurance and debt service Council on Aging /Callahan Senior Center The Council on Aging and Callahan Senior Center exists to promote healthy, successful aging for senior citizens. This mission is carried out by providing programs, services, information and referrals, social service outreach in many areas including financial, medical, housing, transportation, emotional support and estate planning. Presently we are staffed with four full time and 12 part time employees and are funded by grants from the state and private foundations. In addition, there are thousands of hours donated by volunteers. The Friends of Callahan is a non - profit, 501(C)3 program that raises funds to assist the center in offering its many programs and activities. Our activities and programs saw an increase of about 4,000 people between 2012 Annual Town Report 2011 and 2012. The travel program saw an increase as well and offered 47 trips. Approximately 335 pieces of durable medical equipment were loaned to seniors at no charge. We have 11 support groups offered monthly to more than 185 seniors. The Friends of Callahan monthly $4 luncheon for seniors catered by Mark Curtis of American Eagles Grille has increased to twice per month. We've worked with 40 eligible seniors in receiving a credit of up to $725 on their property tax bills through volunteering at town departments in a variety of ways via the Senior Property Tax Work Off Program. In addition, we assist seniors who qualify for fuel assistance with new applications to this program. Volunteerism The SHINE program along with many volunteers provided more than 950 sessions of assistance regarding health insurance information to seniors. In addition, many training sessions were held for volunteers throughout the year. Volunteers were recruited from local businesses, religious groups, parents, teachers and students of several area schools to provide yard cleanup for about 15 senior households. In addition, Fuller Middle School had 20 students and two teachers volunteer to tutor the seniors in the use of electronic devices. The Callahan Center continues to offer numerous intergenerational programs by partnering with students and teachers from a variety of local schools. A sampling of partnering included Miriam McCarthy School raised funds to donate to the Kate McSweeney Homeless Fund; Brophy School provided Intergenerational Bingo to the seniors; Fuller Middle School Recreation & Cultural Affairs 156 Town of Framingham offered electronics clinics; Keefe Technical School provided services and assistance during our Jewels of Framingham program and our Heart Healthy program. Multiculturalism An intern from U -Mass Lowell connected with several seniors originally from India who live in Framingham and had never come to the center before. Several events were held to encourage their participation and connect with other seniors in their community. ESOL classes for the Asian community of elders are held twice a week. New events and happenings in 2012 Continuing Connections debuted in March as a weekly group session for participants with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's accompanied by their care partners for an innovative approach to addressing the physical, emotional, cognitive and financial issues presented by this disease. The program was initiated thanks to the previous Director, Mary Parcher and generous funding by the Friends of Callahan. BayPath Elder Services is supplementing some expenses through the Tide III -E grant program. Area restaurants have been generous in their support of the group's excursions for lunch sessions. Another program supported by BayPath Elder Services through its Tide III -B fund is an effort to recruit volunteers to be medical escorts to seniors in need of transportation to medical appointments. The funding will allow for mileage reimbursement for volunteers who will provide a much needed service to seniors with heath issues. 2012 Annual Town Report Framingham Rotary Club contributed $500 toward the purchase of air conditioners for seniors living in public housing and in addition, hosted a pancake breakfast in November that raised additional funds for this effort, which will be implemented in the spring of 2013. Mutual One Charitable Foundation presented the Friends of Callahan with a generous donation of $10,000 to support programs and services offered at the Callahan Center. Respectfully submitted, Clint Knight, Chairperson Council on Aging Board Grace T. O'Donnell, Director of Elder Services Recreation & Cultural Affairs 157 Town of Framingham FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC SCHOOLS I JOSEPH FRAMING SCHOOL COMMITTEE FY13 Budget The School Committee spent the first several months of the year in budget deliberation. In April 2012, the School Committee voted an FY13 budget request to Town Meeting of $96,600,000. As part of its FY13 budget, the School Committee supported tuition -free, full -day kindergarten, effective with the 2012/2013 school year, to ensure that all kindergarten students have an equitable, meaningful start in the Framingham Public Schools. The School Committee's budget request was supported by Town Meeting. In October 2012, the Special Town Meeting was charged with allocating 2012 Annual Town Report TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL additional state revenues received by the Town. Town Meeting voted to increase the School Department's annual budget appropriation by $996,825. These additional revenues enabled the district to increase the hours of 26 kindergarten classroom aides; establish three administrative internships; and increase the amount of days for the 10 -month elementary school office managers, among other district rebuilding needs. In addition, some funds were designated for professional development and collective bargaining salary reserves. New Superintendent In February 2012, the School Committee voted unanimously to hire Dr. Stacy Scott as Superintendent of the Framingham Education & Libraries 158 Seated. Vice Chair Beverly Hugo, Chair David Miles, Superintendent Stacy Scott, Clerk Carol Phalen Standing: Adam Blumer, Andy T imeri, Michael Boxer, Heather Connolly Town of Framingham Public Schools. In announcing the appointment, School Committee members cited Dr. Scott's passion for education, work ethic, educational leadership skills, and broad background of experience as important factors in the decision. Dr. Scott's superintendency began on July 1, 2012. In June, the School Committee thanked outgoing Superintendent Steven Hiersche for his three -year tenure. School Committee members noted that the district had been through some difficult fiscal times during this period, but the district was on the ascent due to the hard work of Dr. Hiersche and his staff. Legislative Advocacy The School Committee proposed several resolutions which were approved at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees (MASC) in Hyannis in November 2012. Affirmatively voted resolutions drive MASC's legislative agenda. A Framingham proposal to increase Circuit Breaker funding to cover the cost of educating district students in out -of district placements from 75% of the cost after 4 times the foundation amount to 100% was passed unanimously. If a legislative initiative to modify the Circuit Breaker formula is successful, it would significantly impact future state revenues to the Town of Framingham and its public schools. In October, the School Committee voted to write letters to every Massachusetts senator and congressman urging them to rescind the federal sequestration provisions of the Budget Control Act of 2011 before those measures took effect on January 1, 2013. The School Committee cited strong concerns about the across - the -board cuts that could impact critical programs such as Tide I 2012 Annual Town Report grants for disadvantaged students and special education grants under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. FPS Policy Manual In July 2012, the School Committee completed a cover -to -cover review of the School Committee's Policy Manual with technical assistance from the Massachusetts Association of School Committees. The Policy Manual is now posted online and easily accessible to staff and the public through the district's website. The new online Policy Manual features direct printing of policies; hot link references to legal citations from Massachusetts General Laws; multiple search capabilities by key word, phrase, and policy code; and paperless publication of School Committee policy updates. Fuller - Farley Building Question Last fall, the School Committee held a series of workshops to provide an opportunity for Town officials and community members to hear reports from the New England School Development Council ( NESDEC) on recent Framingham Public Schools enrollment projections and a School Facilities Study Capacity Analysis. Over the next 5 years, NESDEC projects that the district's elementary enrollment will increase by 300 students. Further, NESDEC reported that the district's elementary schools are currently at or near planned operating capacity and a "space crunch" already exists. Bargmann Hendrie + Archetype architects made a presentation on the condition of Fuller Middle School and Farley School. Bargmann Hendrie reported that Fuller Middle School, built in 1958, is nearing the end of its useful life as a school. The Fuller building infrastructure is in poor condition. Doors, hardware and other components do not meet Massachusetts Architectural Education and Libraries 159 Town of Framingham Access Board (MAAB) and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessibility requirements. Bargmann Hendrie (Bh +a) concluded that without a major building renovation, Fuller Middle School's current capital needs would be at least $10 million, but that would only address the immediate building needs without addressing the need for a modern, 21s` century educational program. Bh +a discussed options including renovation and new construction, as well as a redevelopment option that could include the Farley building. Bh +a also presented a Long -Range Capital Plan (10 Years and beyond) which included an annual capital expenditure by school and major capital projects projection for the years 2012 through 2036. In January 2013, the School Committee will make a decision on submission of a Statement of Interest to the Massachusetts School Building Authority to inform the MSBA about deficiencies at Fuller School that inhibit delivery of the district's educational programs. The Committee In April 2012, Heather Connolly was elected to a one -year term to fill the vacant seat of Richard Finlay, who resigned in December 2011. Incumbents Beverly Hugo and Andy Limeri were re- elected to three -year terms. At the post- election meeting in April, the School Committee elected David Miles as Chair, Beverly Hugo as Vice Chair, and Carol Phalen as Clerk. In closing, the School Committee would like to thank the district's teachers, staff, administrators, Town officials and Boards, Town Meeting, and the community -at- large for their continued support for the students of Framingham Public Schools. 2012 Annual Town Report Respectfully submitted, David Miles, Chair Beverly Hugo, Vice Chair Carol Phalen, Clerk Adam Blumer Michael J. Bower Heather Connolly Andy Limeri SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS There were three major themes that characterized School Year 2011 -12 — transitions, planning and rebuilding. The first major theme was transitions. After months of analysis and many presentations to the School Committee and various Town Boards and Committees, the decision was made to transition from half -day Kindergarten to full day Kindergarten. In order to make this transition, the School Department needed "bridge" funding that would allow for the implementation of full day Kindergarten in school year 2012 -13 despite the fact that the state reimbursement for such a transition would lag the implementation by one year. A strong educational case was made that showed how students who participate in full day kindergarten perform at a higher level than those who do not. Happily, Town Meeting supported the allocation of funds to allow for full day Kindergarten starting in September, 2012. In addition to preparing for full day Kindergarten, the district also relocated its BLOCKS preschool from its former location at King School to Juniper Hill School, which had been home of some school offices and two tenants — Accept Transportation and the MetroWest Jewish Day School. The relocation of BLOCKS Preschool to Juniper Hill School gave the students access to a one -story facility (as opposed to the four -level King School) along with a state -of -the —art playground Education and Libraries 160 Town of Framingham specifically designed for preschoolers. This relocation also opened the way for the School Administration to consolidate from three different locations across the Town back to the King School where they had once been located. Lastly, the School Committee was given notice in the fall of 2011 that the Superintendent did not intend to renew his contract. The School Committee interviewed several search firms and chose Future Management Systems to assist them in their search for a new Superintendent. After a long and successful search, the School Committee hired Dr. Stacy L. Scott as their new Superintendent who began work in July, and the transition of leadership of the district was smooth and orderly. The second major theme was planning. After three successive years of increased enrollment at the Kindergarten level, it was evident that a trend was emerging that would have consequences for the School Department' budget as well as its facilities. The Long Range Facility Plan that was developed in 2010 was revisited as a result of this enrollment trend, and the New England School Development Council (NESDEC) was commissioned to update enrollment projections. The Long Range Facility Plan had been developed with the assumption that Farley Middle School, which had been leased to MassBay Community College since 1993, would revert back to the School Department at the expiration of its lease in 2013. The Plan further assumed that Fuller Middle School, which was reaching the end of its useful life having been built in 1958, would be closed and the students relocated to Farley Middle School as early as 2014. In December 2011, the School Committee organized a tour of both schools, which occupy a single campus site on Flagg Drive, and all Town Boards 2012 Annual Town Report and Committees were invited to attend. After the tour, a debriefing meeting with these Boards and Committees raised concerns about the plan to close Fuller and relocate the students to Farley. While Farley was a newer building (built in 1973), it had some serious deficiencies in terms of educational space, especially since the College had reconfigured many of interior spaces during their almost 20 years of occupancy. Another concern was whether the College would continue to be located in Framingham once they left the Farley campus. The Town Manager and the Superintendent of Schools met with the President of the College to assess their interest in remaining in Framingham, and it was clear that all parties wished to have the College continue to be located in Framingham. However, because there was no specific site to relocate the College in Framingham, it was agreed that the College would remain at the Farley School until an alternate site in Framingham could be identified. With the backdrop of increasing student enrollment at the Elementary School level, the School Department began to reassess its options not only for accommodating enrollment growth, but also to accommodate the fact that Farley School would not be placed in service for the School Department until 2015 at the earliest. Once again, the School Committee engaged NESDEC to conduct a demographic study of the Town along with an assessment of school building capacities so that a revised facility plan can be developed in light of these new realities. These reports indicate that the development of the Fuller /Farley campus may yield both short -term as well as longer -term benefits for the district as it looks ahead to its future. The third major theme that emerged was that of rebuilding the district's school system. The economic downturn that began in 2008 impacted the Town and its Education and Libraries 161 Town of Framingham ability to fully fund services as they had in the past. In addition, state funding for education became heavily dependent upon federal stimulus funding, but even those increases were not enough to help Framingham avoid an economic strain that resulted in budget decreases and layoffs. The loss of over 50 positions in the School Department in FYI was accompanied by other cuts to programs and services across the district. Even with flat salaries and "give backs" by many of the school unions, the toll on the schools was very evident. However, in FY12, the district was buoyed by the fact that the Massachusetts Legislature was doing its best to help school districts stem the tide of losses and cuts and state aid began to increase. As we prepared our budgets for FY13, it was clear that we had seen the worst of the economic downturn and we could once again begin to rebuild the school system that had experienced such hardship. The School Committee worked hard to present a responsible plan for rebuilding the district and clearly identified areas that would be targeted for rebuilding. Fortunately, Town Meeting overwhelmingly supported this plan and the passage of the budget for FY13 will allow the Framingham Public Schools to move ahead and continue to improve student achievement for all students. 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. 2012 Annual Town Report The following programs and services are offered by Framingham Public Schools from Pre - School to High School: Special Education Resource Rooms /In class supports are available in each school. The Resource Room model provides direct teaching in both special and general education classroom settings, through inclusion, supportive teaching and /or consultation to the general education classroom teacher of identified students. There are forty -nine Substantially Separate classrooms from Kindergarten through High School. These students require comprehensive programming which is provided outside of the regular education classroom for more than 60% of the school day. These classrooms are located at six Elementary Schools, three Middle Schools and at the High School. One class is located at BLOCKS Preschool due to space constraints at the Elementary School Building. This number also includes the New England Center for Children (NECC) Partnership Classroom which provides programming for Framingham students who would otherwise be Out of District. At the BLOCKS Preschool, there are eleven Substantially Separate classroom sessions. All Substantially Separate classes serve the Special Education needs of students throughout the District. These students are also included in General Education classes and ancillary activities at each building. Related services, namely speech /language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, adaptive physical education and services from the teachers of the visually impaired, orientation & mobility specialist and consulting audiologist may be Education and Libraries 162 Town of Framingham included in a student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and are provided by specialized personnel at all schools. Inclusion programs have been established using a variety of approaches throughout the district. Some classes are co- taught, some classes meet for specific periods, and some special education teachers are assigned to a group of classes. In addition, some teachers who are dually licensed in Special Education and General 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, and integration with children without special needs. Framingham continues to see an increase in the number of children with autism, multiple disabilities /medical needs and developmental delays at the Pre - School level. At the High School level there is a significant increase in the number of students identified with social /emotional disabilities. The severity of these disabilities presents challenges to the school district to develop new and additional programs in order to support these students in the public schools. In conclusion, Framingham has continued to implement and provide a comprehensive continuum of programs, services, and placement options for students with disabilities. Framingham is fortunate to have an active Special Education Parent Advisory Council whose role is to engage parents of children with disabilities and to advise the Special Education Department. Betsey H. McKeon 2012 Annual Town Report Director of Special Education BILINGUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS The Department of Bilingual Education provides support and services to students in grades K -12 whose primary language is other than English. This student group is often referred to as English language learners (ELL) and the primary goal of all bilingual programming is to provide specialized instruction in English language development to enable ELLs 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, such models range from Sheltered English Immersion to Two -Way Bilingual Education, to Transitional Bilingual Education, and include variations on each of these programs. In 2012, 17.3% of the district's population were actively monitored or received direct services in English language development from the Bilingual Education Department. FPS offered specific programming and support for 1075 ELLs at eight different schools: five elementary schools; Barbieri, Brophy, Dunning, Potter Road, and Wilson; 2 middle schools, Walsh and Fuller; and at FHS. 434 ELLs who had acquired sufficient English to master content without direct intervention were monitored through the Department and supported as needed to assure successful transition. 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 ELLs. We have participated in various Education and Libraries 163 Town of Framingham workshops and focus groups to lend a voice to policy matters through the Urban ELL Director's Network and have had staff both present and attend conferences at Massachusetts Association of Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages (MATSOL), Massachusetts Association of Bilingual Educators (MABE) and various other groups. 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. The town -wide Bilingual Parent Advisory Council has continued to enjoy active and robust membership. Over the summer, in response to the overwhelming interest and participation of our initial offering, the Bilingual Department in collaboration with the Framingham Adult ESL program sponsored another course in ESL for the parents of our students. Over 100 parents participated in four different sections of beginner and intermediate ESL classes. Two sections comprised of our parents continued in the Fall and the Winter terms respectively of the Adult ESL program. Having played an active role in the Superintendent search last year, one of the first town -wide B -PAC meetings this Fall had Dr. Scott, Superintendent of Schools as its invited guest and primary speaker . The success of the town -wide B -PAC and the tireless efforts of the co- presidents reflect the extraordinary commitment of the Framingham community's parents to the education of their children. Education is truly a team effort and it is with great admiration and appreciation for the efforts of everyone involved, including teachers, paraprofessionals, tutors, parents, students, and administration, that I respectfully submit this brief snapshot on behalf of the Bilingual Education 2012 Annual Town Report Department. Anne Higgins, M.Ed., J.D. Director of Bilingual Education TITLE I Title I is a federally funded program that provides financial resources to districts and schools with a higher percentage of students from low- income families. All four of our Title I schools, Barbieri, Brophy, McCarthy and Woodrow Wilson Elementary Schools, have "school -wide programs." This means that all students in the school are eligible to receive support through the Title I program. In the Title I schools, we continue to provide reading and math interventionists. Intervention groups and student learning goals are determined using student data at school - based, grade -level intervention meetings. The grade -level intervention meetings include interventionists, classroom teachers, and other support personnel. The meetings are held in the fall and reviewed in the winter. In addition to the interventionists, Title I also continues to provide half -time math coaches at the Title I schools. The math coaches work closely with classroom teachers to support the mathematics achievement of those students most at risk of not meeting the state's high academic standards. Finally, Title I is also continuing to support data teams during the 2012 -13 school year. Through this initiative, teachers work in collaborative groups to review student data and use it to guide instructional decisions. In order to help teachers address specific student learning problems that are identified at the data team meetings, Title I provides supplementary materials such as professional books for teacher book clubs Education and Libraries 164 Town of Framingham and intervention materials. Combined with Title IIA funds, data teams are well - established in all elementary and middle schools. The Title I program is pleased with the support it is able to provide to students, families, and the general school community. Brett Berkman Director of Title I FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESL P "s Framingham Adult ESL Plus (FAESL +) has a reputation in the field of adult education for providing high quality services, and this year we lived up to our reputation quite well! FAESL+ served over 700 students each semester in 2012, offering morning and evening ESL classes, Citizenship classes, ABE /GED classes, and volunteer -led preparation classes. We increased our intensity of service by adding more contact hours for our ABE /GED classes, and by adding additional classes for our ESL students in Computers, Pronunciation, and Career Readiness. Our Students Our students performed well in 2012. Although our adult students attend classes voluntarily and are overcommitted with work, family and community obligations, we ask students to sign a contract stating that they will maintain 80% attendance. The 2012 program average attendance was over 84 %, far exceeding the advanced DESE Performance Standards for average attendance in adult education. Adult learners vote with their feet, and our student retention shows their satisfaction. Over the past decade, students have stayed with the program for an average of three and a half semesters. 89% of our students completed pre and post testing, and almost half of our ESOL 2012 Annual Town Report and ABE learners showed significant gain on standardized tests and class placement, placing Framingham Adult ESL Plus in the top quartile for ABE /ESOL programs in the state. We helped eight students get their GED, and we helped nine students to become US Citizens, with eleven more completing their citizenship applications. 2012 saw a continued shift in our students' diversity. The number of Portuguese speakers has declined significantly, and we have been seeing more Spanish, Arabic, and French Creole speakers. Additionally, there are many Asian and African languages that we are seeing for the first time. Our Staff Our staff reflects our respect for our students. In 2012, seven of our employees were former students at FAESL +, and 25 of our staff members were multilingual. Like other DESE- funded program, most FAESL teachers are largely part -time employees. Yet our staff attrition rates are low, at 10 %. This continuity of instruction supports both learners and the program in general. In order to further nurture our staff's Professional Development, we hold Program Capacity Weeks twice a year. These are in -house conferences designed to equip our staff to meet the needs of all stakeholders, from the students to the State House. Sessions include topics like differentiated instruction, teaching pronunciation, integrating technology, and college and career readiness skills. In addition to the number of funded slots for students, the program leverages the funded infrastructure to recruit, train, and supervise 23 volunteers. These committed men and women use FAESL+ curricula to teach weekly classes for 120 students on our wait list, while others provide one - on-one tutoring to students in our regular classes. Education and Libraries 165 Town of Framingham Our Curricula Our leadership team and teaching staff have revised and developed new curricula. Our ABE Math Curriculum, drawn from the Massachusetts ABE Math curriculum, clearly delineates four levels of math, with gradually increasing difficulty, and includes a tailored assessment for placement. Our higher -level ESOL instructors have created an ESL Writing curriculum that ensures a seamless progression of skills across three levels of ESL Writing. Staff members also revised our ESL curriculum to infuse College and Career Readiness skills across all levels of instruction. The Counseling staff has been working on Next Steps Advising Plans, helping students set and plan for their future college and careers goals. This anticipated the DESE's move towards College and Career Readiness this summer, and today FAESL+ has done more Education and Career Plans than any other community based organization teaching ESOL in this state. The program is the lead agency in a Commonwealth Corporation grant, in partnership with Mass Bay Community College and the Metro Southwest Partnership for a Skilled Workforce. This grant is designed to help transition adult learners into college, using a hybrid online course whose curriculum is contextualized for health care programs. Our Thanks This has been an exciting year for our program. Our students, staff, curriculum, and collaborations have made us better than ever. We would like to thank our staff, students, and volunteers for our success and vibrancy. Ongoing support from the Framingham community continues to strengthen our commitment 2012 Annual Town Report and effectiveness. Furthermore, we are sincerely thankful to be part of the Framingham Public Schools. The stable infrastructure provided by the school department has allowed Framingham Adult ESL Pius to grow into one of the most well- respected adult education programs in the state. Technology Department The Office of Technology (OT) is responsible for all administrative, instructional, and communications technology for the Framingham Public Schools. Sixteen locations are supported on our private fiber -optic wide area network (WAN) with over 9,000 users (5,500 network accounts), almost 3,000 computers, and over 1,000 VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephones. The Office of Technology is focused on enhancing and streamlining the teaching and learning process with an efficient and accessible network, a robust and Web - accessible student data management system, and IP -based and wireless telecommunications. The Office of Technology's primary purpose is to support teaching and learning in the 21st Century. To this end, we leverage technology to improve the efficiency of teaching and learning as well as the efficiency of administration through the use of cost saving, innovating technologies. Over the last few years, the Office of Technology used capital funding to purchase over 700 laptops and approximately 300 projectors for high, middle and elementary school teachers and staff. OT continues to expand technology including cloud printing capabilities and managed wireless network coverage to 214 wireless access points throughout the district. Also, OT is working with Building and Grounds department on the Education and Libraries 166 Town of Framingham installation /enhancement of the district's security system. In the future, the Office of Technology plans to continue to acquire new laptops for high, middle, and elementary school teachers and staff, upgrade classroom projectors, and modernize computer labs at all schools. OT plans to put more technology in the hands of students, leveraging technologies such as tablets and other devices. The technology will be integrated with their curriculum and learning both in and out of the classroom OT is focusing on leveraging cloud -based tools and desktop virtualization to allow access to data, documents and applications on a 24x7 basis from anywhere, with any device. OT is working with Educational Operations to make all content digital to allow students to access curriculum and assignments online. Furthermore, OT plans to improve network infrastructure and increase internet bandwidth speeds. To improve operations within the District, OT is evaluating workflows and processes across departments to create more efficiency and reduce duplication of tasks. This involves mapping and re- engineering all major processes, and where applicable automating these processes in order to maintain optimum performance over the long -term. Alan F. Graham Director of Technology SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES School Health Services (SHS) provides high quality comprehensive nursing services to the students of Framingham Public Schools. Nursing staff includes one full time nurse in each school, two full time nurses at the Framingham High School, and two adolescent health nurses, 2012 Annual Town Report housed at the high school, but who work throughout the district. FPS continues to benefit from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Essential School Health Services (ESHS) program. ESHS monies strengthen SHS infrastructure with personnel, professional development opportunities, and equipment and technology. This school year ends a five year grant cycle. Contingent upon the outcome of this year's state budget process, funding will be continued for another two years. In 2012, Director of School Health Services, Judith Styer, oversaw the development of the district's concussion policy and the Michael's Law component of Policy EBC - Emergency Plans. Medication administration and independent nurse policies were reviewed and brought into compliance with Massachusetts regulations and approved by School Committee. The Edward M Kennedy Health Center satellite site at Framingham High School (FHS) has been in operation for two full years. Since it opened in January 2010, 148 students have enrolled and are accessing clinic services during the school day. SHS continues its long history of partnerships with institutions and community partners engaged in health care, research, and financial support of important school -based programs. Collaborations are ongoing with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center /Boston University and the SONIC study (a study investigating sun exposure, moles and melanoma in school -aged children), the New England Eye Institute in the operation of the Vision Center at Fuller Middle School (providing comprehensive vision care to all members of the FPS Education and Libraries 167 Town of Framingham community), and Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine's dental sealant program. For the past three years, the United Way of Tri- County has provided generous funding to support the district's adolescent health program. SHS continues its commitment to providing preeminent nursing services to the FPS community. We look forward to another year of administering our program. Judith Styer Director, School Health Services 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, Federal and State Grants as well as Revolving and Special Funds. For the Fiscal Year 2011 -12, the Operating Budget approved by Town Meeting was $91,845,848. Twenty -one (21) Federal and State grants totaling over $10,000,000 are overseen by the Business Office. In addition, the Business Office manages seventy (70) Revolving and Special Funds of the School Department that total over $7,500,000, ensuring that the collection, accounting and distribution of these funds conform to Town guidelines as well as sound business practices. Business Office staff serves fifty (50) Responsibility Centers by processing over 7,000 purchase orders with a value of over $22,000,000. The Business Office is also responsible for completing and submitting the annual End of Year Report to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary 2012 Annual Town Report Education, which is the basis for the Town's receipt of Chapter 70 Aid to Education that totaled $22,024,861 for FY12. Edward Gotgart, Director of Business Administration Chuck Gallo, Assistant Director of Business Administration TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT The Transportation Department provides a vital service for the Framingham Public Schools. Over five thousand public school students utilize bus transportation on a daily basis. The transportation office continues to work diligently to ensure our students with 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 three hundred students in non - public schools in Framingham. Due to budget constraints, the School Department moved to a fee - based transportation program nine years ago for those students in grades 7 - 12. Fees are waived for special circumstances such as children placed in Framingham foster care homes, homeless students, special education students and students on medical waivers. 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 has successfully entered into our second year of a five year contract with Durham School Services. The Transportation Department works closely with the Framingham Police Department's Safety Division, the Framingham Fire Education and Libraries 168 Town of Framingham Department and the Department of Public Works. Rick Gallagher Transportation Director BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS The Buildings and Grounds Department currently maintains sixteen 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 sixty -one custodians, nine maintenance personnel, a part -time secretary, twelve month secretary, administrative assistant, maintenance foreman and director. Department objectives are as follows: 1. Adhere to safety and health standards 2. Provide cleaning and maintenance inside and outside of building structures 3. Ensure security of buildings 4. Plan for and monitor efficient use of utilities 5. Provide year -round maintenance of grounds Building maintenance and upgrades were planned for and accomplished through budget planning and capital project appropriation through Town Meeting approval. A summary of major projects by building is as follows including projects funded through capital project appropriation noted by an asterisk: District — All Schools: Security camera installation was completed at all schools.* The Buildings and Grounds Department continues to work with the Emergency Response Team to monitor existing and determine additional security measures as needed. 2012 Annual Town Report District -wide energy conservation continues with utilization of the Mass Save NSTAR program for discounted and free LED bulbs. Energy savings of $55,000.00 per year is projected due to this initiative. Framingham High School: Parking lot lighting was retrofitted with energy saving fixtures.* Emergency replacement of a failed water boiler was necessary in August 2012. Walsh Middle School: ADA compliant sidewalks, curbs and ramps were installed at entrances to the school building and the main driveway.* Replacement air handling units and ventilation fans in the kitchen and cafeteria were installed.* Fuller Middle School: Energy efficient lighting upgrades and interior painting throughout portions of the school was performed. The Administration Offices, temporarily housed at Fuller, were moved to the King Building. Cameron Middle School: The front entrance canopy piers were repaired and /or replaced as necessary. Temperature controls were installed in the Head End Room.* Barbieri Elementary School: Replaced 2 rooftop heating /cooling units.* Installed new Digital Direct Controls, valves and actuators to heating and ventilating system (eligible for NSTAR Rebates for energy efficiency upgrade).* Brophy Elementary School: New energy saving lighting fixtures were installed in the corridors.* Dunning Elementary School: Roof fans were replaced.* Education and Libraries 169 Town of Framingham Hemenway Elementary School: New bathroom partitions were installed.* Energy efficient lighting fixtures were replaced in the corridors.* Juniper Hill School: An ADA compliant playground was installed.* Flushometers, toilets and bathroom countertops were replaced.* Classroom storage cabinets were installed. BLOCKS Preschool was relocated to the Juniper Hill School July 2012. King Administration Building: Replaced urinals, toilets and flushometers.* ADA compliant ramp installed at the front entrance with access from the upper front lot.* Partial pavement repair and replacement.* McCarthy Elementary School: Performed general cleaning and maintenance to the building. Potter Road Elementary School: Installed new Digital Direct Controls, valves and actuators to heating and ventilating system (eligible for NSTAR Rebates for energy efficiency upgrade).* Paving was replaced and ADA compliant sidewalks and ramps were installed.* VFD boiler pumps were installed.* Stapleton Elementary School: New windows and doors were installed utilizing a Massachusetts School Building Authority Green Repair 57.69% funding grant.* A domestic boiler, storage tank and bathroom partitions were replaced.* Thayer Campus: Performed general cleaning and maintenance to the building, grounds and equipment. 2012 Annual Town Report Transportation Building: Performed general cleaning and maintenance to the building, grounds and equipment. Woodrow Wilson Elementary School: Temperature controls were installed in the Head End Room.* It is important to note that a long -term 25 year capital facilities plan developed in 2012 is utilized in planning for the future needs in the District. In addition, the office of Buildings and Grounds implemented and supported the district's Recycling Program, School Green Teams, School Energy Conservation Committee, Capital Improvement Proposals, budget preparation and presentation, general maintenance and cleaning, security, fire and intrusion alarms at all school facilities, mechanical systems maintenance and upgrades, Asbestos Hazardous Emergency Response Act, Integrated Pest Management, Right -to -Know, Material Safety Data, and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Chemical Management Program. In closing, I would like to express appreciation to all Buildings and Grounds personnel: custodians, maintenance and office staff for their performance, professionalism and dedication during this very hectic and challenging year. Matthew Torti, Director of Buildings and Grounds Ernest Moreau, Maintenance Foreman Education and Libraries 170 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Joseph P. Keefe Regional Technical Vocational School 750 Winter Street, Framingham, MA 1508-416-2100 1 info@jpkeefehs.org This annual report is prepared by Superintendent /Director, James Lynch, 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. As in recent past reports prepared and approved by the District Committee, this report discusses 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. 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 also takes this opportunity to recognize and thank, Carol Lydon, administrative assistant to the Superintendent- Director for her many years of quality work preparing documents for Committee deliberations. The Committee reorganized on June 6, 2012 with the following officers being elected unanimously to the following positions: Chair: John Kahn (Framingham) Vice - Chair: Yvonne Giargiari (Holliston) Paid Secretary: Elaine O'Toole Paid Treasurer: Jack Keating Asst. Treasurer: John Evans (Framingham) The balance of this report presents a summary of the discussion 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 the construction cluster career and technical programs of Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, Horticulture and Metal Fabrication and Welding participated in many community projects throughout the School District member towns. Examples of these activities include the following: Carpentry — • Framingham — Install attic access pull down stairs @ Cushing Maintenance Building. • House Project — 7 Walker Street, Hopkinton MA — Completed siding, install all finish trim, doors, cabinet installation, hardwood floors, trim out closets, and bath room finish materials. • Holliston Senior Center — Construct storage shed and install outside roof over doorway. • Construct stage for "Celebrate Holliston ". Education and Libraries 171 Town of Framingham • Natick Pets in Need — Construct an 8' x 10' storage shed. The Landscaping Department prepared the landscape for seeding and plant installation. Electrical • House Project — 7 Walker Street, Hopkinton, MA — wired all lights, switches, boiler, garage and finish Electrical • Butterworth Tennis Courts - Wired lights and installed lighting system • Boys and Girls Clubs - wired two offices. • Maintenance building - general wiring as needed • Bowditch — installed lights in the basement • Cushing - general electrical installations Plumbing — • Bowditch Field replace hot water heater • House Project — 7 Walker Street, Hopkinton, MA — plumbed all baseboards; install boiler, sinks, lavatory, laundry, baths, shower, and refrigerator ice and water system. Graphic Communication • Printing for 13 Framingham Schools The Horticulture Department participated with the Framingham Department of Public Works on an Arbor Day celebration and planting activities on Keefe Technical School's property. In addition, the Keefe Community hosted the MetroWest Leadership Academy to a tour, a program presentation on Career and Technical Education and lunch. Keefe also hosted a welcoming breakfast in September for several new leaders in the community. Those leaders honored 2012 Annual Town Report included new Framingham School Superintendent Dr. Stacey Scott, new Ashland School Superintendent Brooke Clenchy, new interim School Superintendent in Hopkinton Dr. Stephen Hiersche and new Framingham Town Manager Robert Halpin. Keefe hosted the annual Scholarship Breakfast of the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce. It should also be noted that all five District town high school's swimming teams practice and compete at the Keefe Technical School pool. The pool is also used by the Framingham and Natick Park and Recreation Department. Administration Effective on July 1, 2011, Jonathan Evans became the new Principal of Keefe Technical School. In 2012, Jonathan Evans started his second year as Principal. Jonathan replaced Patricia Canali who retired in June 2011. Jonathan was promoted from the position of Director of Student Services. Mr. Evans has been employed by the School District for 15 years, 8 years as an administrator. In August of 2012, Superintendent Lynch made a decision regarding technology support at Keefe Technical School. Due to technology infrastructure issues, it was decided that engineering support was needed to evaluate and correct technology hardware, software as well as building wide technology procedures. Following that decision, the technology staff was reduced to support this contracted services engineering contribution. These technology improvements were accomplished within the parameters of the budget. The superintendent and his staff supervised all technology in 2012. The Superintendent's Evaluation Sub - Committee considered the process by which the Committee and the Superintendent established goals for the Education and Libraries 172 Town of Framingham administration against which the Superintendent's performance is evaluated periodically by the Committee. The Superintendent and the Committee will use the new Educator Evaluation instrument that is required by the DESE in 2012 for RTTT participating Districts. The on -going Sub - Committee members are John Kahn, William Game, Mike Rossi, John Evans and Dr. Stephen Kane, Chair. The School Committee adopted goals for the Superintendent's performance evaluation period from July 2012 through June 30, 2013. The goals adopted related to the following: Improvement of the District's administrative meeting organization, establishment of job descriptions for all employment positions, incorporate 21s` century skills into curriculum, assessment and instruction, budget development and financial management, collective bargaining, recruiting and enrollment, supporting the school and district improvement plan, and capital budget planning. The Committee completed its periodic evaluation of the Superintendent's accomplishments against established goals and desired personal qualities. The complete record of that evaluation is a public document that is available at the South Middlesex Regional School District Superintendent's office. The Committee approved a new contract with the Superintendent extending his employment through June 30, 2015. The Superintendent received a 2% salary increase in 2012. School Improvement Plans The Committee adopted The School Improvement Plan for the 2012 -2013 school year which embodies specific performance objectives as follows: (1) 2012 Annual Town Report alignment with the Massachusetts Model for Comprehensive School Counseling through guidance curriculum delivery and in so doing addressing the Massachusetts Career Development Education benchmarks, 2) development of reengagement strategies for potential dropouts or at risk students, 3) work collaboratively to reduce behavior that interferes with student learning, 4) implement formative, summative and authentic assessments to guide instruction and 5) the implementation of the Common Core State Standards. The Committee reviewed the progress toward the goals of the 2011 -2012 School Improvement Plan. The report of Principal Evans noted tangible specific improvements in school safety, academic and CTE program growth, expanded participation in community initiatives and the continued improvements in the use of data. Discipline The Committee approved revisions to the Student Handbook that had previously been approved by the School Council. Major changes relate to: changes in the course credit system for English, mathematics, science, social studies and the exploratory component of all CTE programs; adoption of the Massachusetts High School Program of Studies (MASSCORE); elimination of the portfolio requirement and replacing it with a 4 year career plan that is facilitated through guidance; appointment of two administrators serving as Civil Rights Coordinators; and, the professional development provided for school bus drivers as mandated reports in compliance with State regulations and District policies. The School Committee formed a civil rights review committee with goals to review all District policies and Education and Libraries 173 Town of Framingham administrative practices regarding student and staff civil rights. The members of that sub - committee included Ed Burman, Yvonne Giargiari, John Evans, and John Kahn. Race to the Top Program In 2009, the Superintendent met with the leaders of the Keefe Tech Education Association and the Chairman of the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District School Committee to form an alliance and apply for participation in the Race to the Top Grant Program that was offered in Massachusetts. The South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District qualified for this grant and will have access to approximately $112,000.00 to be used over a four year period. This grant opportunity was designed to achieve five major objectives as follows: 1) improve educator effectiveness, 2) improve curriculum and instruction, 3) help to create school turnaround in identified low performing schools, 4) improve college and career readiness, and, 5) to provide educators with real time actionable data through improved data systems and infrastructure. The Superintendent expressed pride that all Keefe Regional Technical School labor (Teachers Association), management (Superintendent and Administration) and the employer (School Committee) will be working together to participate in this education improvement initiative. These funds and the anticipated DESE assistance will allow our school district to implement the stated improvements in a timely and effective manner. I anticipate that these changes will be required of all districts by September of 2013. Post Graduate Program The Keefe post - graduate program serves current or recent (1 to 2 year) high school graduates from member towns. 2012 Annual Town Report Enrollees have met their academic requirements for graduation and participate only to the extent of available positions in their chosen vocational program. The Budget Process The Budget Sub - Committee members - Stephen Kane, Yvonne Giargiari, Ruth Knowles, James Cameau, Bill Gaine and Richard Lanoue under Chairman, Larry Cooper presented a preliminary FY14 budget representing a 6.78% increase (approximately $890,000) over the prior year's actual budget. The final FY13 budget reflected a 3.5% increase. The Superintendent continued his practice of meeting informally early in the 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 as submitted to the member towns for FY13 was approved by all ($15,506,373). Auditor's Report The annual audit by the independent accounting firm of McCarthy & Hargrave disclosed no inaccuracies in the financial statements. The audit report also noted that the energy project had met its stipulated guarantee benchmarks. Business Office The business office staff of the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District has designed and implemented many improvements over the past two years. Human resource management, employee benefits programs, procurement practices, contract Education and Libraries 174 Town of Framingham proposals, grant fund accounting, grant management, student cafeteria management, student nutrition, budget preparation and management, continuing education registration and inventory control are all components of the business office operations that have undergone significant changes and efficiencies. Following a business office staff member retirement, the Superintendent and Business Manager took the opportunity to establish a new, much needed position of Accounting Specialist. This position answers directly to the Business Manager, requires municipal accounting skills and experience and is considered a specialized employee who processes confidential information. The business office has been reorganized as a result of this new position and the structure has improved performance and efficiency. State Aid The Governor and Legislature again proposed reductions in state aid to transportation (approximately 50% of needed revenue). These funds provide access to regional schools where transportation networks extend across community lines. Moreover, cuts made after member communities have approved balanced regional school budgets based upon reliable forecasts may require significant reductions in educational programs. The Superintendent and the Committee Chair, with the support of the Committee, addressed their concerns to the Governor and State legislators and to the Massachusetts Association of School Committees. The Chapter 70 State funding for the South Middlesex Regional District has seen slight improvements and is in proportion to the increases state wide. Siemens' Energy Conservation Project Performance Year 4: June 2011 to May 2012 Siemens Industry (Siemens) is 2012 Annual Town Report pleased to provide the South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District (Keefe Tech) energy savings guarantee report. This report details the guarantee period savings by means of comparing the guaranteed energy savings versus the realized energy savings. Your Energy Performance Contract with Siemens guaranteed $560,009 in annual savings. Total realized annual savings for this annual period amounted to $578,844 and consisted of $243,800 in Measured and Verified Savings, $335,004 in Stipulated Savings, and $101,471 in Operational Savings. Total verified savings are $18,835 in excess of the guaranteed savings for this performance period. Personnel Administration The Committee continued to wrestle with the issue of maintaining an appropriate health insurance program in the face of rising costs. The Employee Health Insurance Advisory Committee (IAC) met and, at the urging of the Superintendent and Business Manager, recommended that the District employees open up existing collective bargaining agreements for "impact bargaining" on existing language that limited marketplace competition for health insurance carriers. The three employee unions and the District representatives met and agreed on new language that allowed for competition. The language was ratified and as a result of the subsequent competition, health insurance premiums were reduced by 3% from 2011 rates and 18% from the original estimates received prior to competition. The health insurance carriers changed from Blue Cross to Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. The dental carrier changed from Blue Cross to Guardian Dental. Education and Libraries 175 Town of Framingham Enrollment, Recruiting and Student Retention The 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. Our enrollment has improved in the last two years and we are expecting further improvements this year. 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 dictate our success in attracting students and their families to Keefe Technical School. The Superintendent has emphasized that the administration, faculty and support staff must work together to ensure that Keefe is recognized by our community as a career and technical school of high quality. We have improved and will continue to improve our marketing techniques, our communication with our school district sending town middle and high schools, and with our connection to prospective students and their families. The enrollment on October 1 of 2012 was 713 students reflecting an increase of 35 students from the previous year. The student enrollment is over 700 students for the first time in 8 years. It is the Superintendent's plan to expand our career and technical program offerings from a present level of 14 to our original level of 17 over the next 3 to 5 years. This proposed expansion will take careful planning and collaboration with our District School Committee. As a result of our re- organization of the delivery of education programs that occurred in the 2010 -11 school year, our facility is positioned to absorb the planned growth. It is the Superintendent's intent that our new CTE offerings satisfy the work force needs of the greater 2012 Annual Town Report MetroWest area. The staff is in the first year of installing the District's 15"' program in "Programming and Web Development ". Buildings and Grounds The Keefe Regional Technical School opened its doors in September of 1973. As we begin our 39` year of operation, the Superintendent reported that our facility is doing well. Thanks to a comprehensive energy upgrade that was completed in 2008, our facility is poised to move forward without the necessity for major structural improvements. Our maintenance and custodial staffs continue to take ownership for the quality of our building and grounds. We recently completed having a contractor perform improvements to our 100 foot smoke stack that will improve the structural integrity of the smoke stack and the functioning efficiency of our boilers. We anticipate that future projects for our District facility will involve a new roof membrane, parking lot improvements, sealing our concrete building envelope, and athletic locker room renovations. The superintendent also anticipates investigating in the installation of photo voltaic solar panels on our roof after the installation of a new roof membrane is completed. To begin the process of capital improvements, the Committee authorized the Superintendent to file a Statement of Interest with the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA). The Statement of Interest filed with MSBA was not accepted in 2012. MSBA officials have encouraged the Superintendent to file a new application in 2013 for a "roof only" project. Student Achievement The District received from the DESE its annual accountability report detailing Keefe's 2012 Accountability Data. Based upon the following accountability data: Education and Libraries 176 Town of Framingham proficiency gap narrowing, student growth, 4 and 5 year cohort graduation rates, dropout rate, and the level of student participation in the MCAS testing, Keefe students achieved an overall accountability score of 75 — on target overall. All parents or guardians of Keefe students received the Keefe Report Card notifying them of this accomplishment. In summary, from 2009 to 2012 in ELA the number of students scoring at proficient or above increased by 6% while the number of students failing decreased by 5 %. For math the number at proficient or higher increased by 2% while the number failing decreased by 6 %. This fall, Keefe Tech 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 3 school. Schools with an accountability status of level 3 will analyze disaggregated data for all student groups to ensure interventions and supports are appropriately aligned to address needs; review the performance of students with disabilities and consider improvement or capacity building activities, as appropriate. In March, J.P. Keefe hosted the Massachusetts SkillsUSA with 640 student participants. Keefe Regional Technical School received 8 Gold medals, 6 Silver medals, and 6 Bronze medals. In addition, one Keefe Regional Technical School SkillsUSA State Officer Candidate was nominated. Of the eight district gold medalists, 3 individuals achieved a gold medal at the state competition and they subsequently moved on to compete at the national SkillsUSA competition held in Kansas City in June. In Kansas City, Keefe was successful in the national competition by attaining one Bronze medal in Welding Sculpture from a student in our Metal Fabrication and Welding Program, a fourth place finish was in First Aid and CPR from a student 2012 Annual Town Report in our Health Program and a sixth place finish in residential wiring by a student in our Electrical Program. For the fourth year in a row, the Keefe Tech Drama Club produced a play for the school and the community. The 2012 performance was the comedy Circus Olympus by Lindsay Price. Rehearsals started in November and ran through March. Students rehearsed Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 to 5:00 PM, finishing with a final full week of rehearsals. Twenty -seven students in grades 9 -12, including cast members, backstage /lighting crew, and makeup artists, performed at an all school assembly on Friday, February 17 followed by an evening performance for the community that same night. Both performances were well attended - -a full house for the student assembly and over 120 audience members for the evening performance. 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; successful pursuit of grant funding for state of the art vocational equipment; and maintaining the license status of student professional programs that advance Keefe students' vocational entry opportunities. Respectfully submitted, James M. Lynch, Superintendent- Director Education and Libraries 177 Town of Framingham SOUTH MIDDLESEX REGIONAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE ASHLAND Edward Burman William N. Gaine, Jr. FRAMINGHAM Nelson Goldin Michael Rossi John Kahn - Chairman Linda Fobes James Cameau A.J. Mulvey John Evans Improvements to facilities, advancements in technology, increases in programming, securing of grants and continued progress to building a new branch library highlighted a very successful 2012 at the Framingham Public Library. The Library said good bye to Library Director Jeanne Kelley in June. Jeanne served the FPL in various capacities for over 17 years including time as the Co- coordinator of the Literacy Unlimited Program, Supervisor of the Christa McAuliffe Branch Library and as Assistant Library Director. Jeanne brought energy and enthusiasm to all the things she did at the Library. She will be remembered for bringing library services to the under - served, promoting access to library services for all patrons, and setting the example for excellence in customer service. We wish Jeanne well on the next chapter of her life. 2012 Annual Town Report Larry Cooper HOPKINTON Ruth Knowles Frank D'Urso HOLLISTON Dick Lanoue Yvonne Giargiari NATICK Tassos Filledes Dr. Stephen Kane Building the New Christa McAuliffe Library Having been awarded a $4.2 million provisional library construction grant by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners in 2011, the Library's Building Committee continued to lay the ground work for a new branch library. Progress was made to secure a site for the new building on Water Street adjacent to the Nobscot Shopping Plaza. This site offers the advantages of excellent visibility; access to public transportation; proximity to residential neighborhoods, schools and senior housing facilities. Additionally, a new and vibrant branch library will contribute substantially to the economic vitality of the nearby commercial district. The Library was notified in October that the $4.2 million provisional grant would be made available to the Town once Town Meeting votes to appropriate the Education and Libraries 178 Town of Framingham Town's portion of the cost of the project. We anticipate requesting a vote in spring 2013. Meanwhile, the Framingham Public Library Foundation continues to work diligently toward the goal to raise $600,000 towards this project. Improving Accessibility Significant progress was made towards re- building the Lexington Street entrance when Town Meeting appropriated funds to replace the non- ADA compliant stairs and handicapped ramp. The firm of Abacus Architects was engaged to develop design and construction documents. It was hoped that construction would commence in the summer, however serious safety conditions, resulting from concrete degradation, developed at the adjoining parking garage necessitating a re- evaluation of the timing and scope of the stairs /ramp project. The Library, with the support of the Town Manager, engaged the Desmond Engineering Firm to determine the extent of the failing concrete and to develop a recommended course of action. Ultimately, it was determined that the cost of rectifying the concrete degradation could not be justified given the extent of the existing damage and the age of the structure. The decision was made to request funding from Town Meeting to demolish the parking garage and replace it with an on- grade surface parking lot. On October 16 ffi Town meeting appropriated the funding. The garage is scheduled for demolition in spring of 2013. Construction of the parking lot will commence soon thereafter in conjunction with the stairs and ramp project. We appreciate the efforts of Building Committee Chair Sam Klaidman, Library Trustees, community members, and members of the Disability Commission who worked on this project. We are especially grateful for the leadership Town Manager Robert Halpin provided in 2012 Annual Town Report regards to determining the best course of action regarding the parking garage. The tremendous assistance of Town Capital Projects Manager Doug Goddard with the combining of the projects is also noteworthy. Technology Improvements The Library improved its technology services to the public in several dimensions. Kiosks were added to the Main Library's entrance level, to help patrons access the Internet without needing to visit other floors in the Library. A BookScan station was installed in the Reference Department, which has proven to be a tremendously popular way for patrons to digitize documents. The Children's Department added several sophisticated touchscreen PCs loaded with educational games. And the Library began a major project to upgrade older public Internet and Catalog PCs with much faster systems. The Library also began placing RFID tags in new materials. Down the road, RFID offers the promise of tremendous customer service, inventory management, and staff efficiency benefits. 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, 8789 people attended 244 Library sponsored adult programs at the Main Library, an increase of 2360 people over the previous year. Highlights of the year included the growing community participation in our two Lifelong Learning Programs that are collaborations with Framingham State University. Our Lifelong Learning Lecture Series presented 20 lectures by scholars at the University as well as other colleges and universities in the area. Lectures on a variety of topics were given on Thursday Education and Libraries 179 Town of Framingham evenings at the Library and attendance increased dramatically over the previous year. These daytime classes for seniors, held on Tuesday 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 by the MetroWest Health Foundation. The Danforth Museum, the Boys and Girls Club, and the Callahan Senior Center collaborated on this program. Extensive planning is underway for the third Framingham Reads Together program which, in Spring 2013, will feature Nathaniel Philbrich's "In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex ". The Framingham Reads Together Committee, spearheaded by Library Trustee Chair, Elizabeth Fideler, has worked for two years to develop this exciting program and related special events to Framingham. The Library's adult programming was diverse and attracted large audiences. Our goal is to provide a variety of cultural and informational programs that educate, entertain and enrich our audiences. FPL is one of the only libraries in the Commonwealth to offer Friday evening programming. 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. Our weekday evening events have included programs on a great variety of subjects including photography workshops, Art History, Opera, The Music of the Beatles, Adult Storytelling, Poetry workshops, Author visits, Documentary films, and job search support groups. At the request of many participants this year, we started a new Tuesday afternoon Movie Matinee and a new Writing workshop program. We 2012 Annual Town Report 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 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 most 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. Please consider joining this important group. Library Trustee News In April 2012, incumbents Maria Barry, Nancy Colville - Wallace, and Jan Harrington were re- elected to serve as Trustees for three -year terms. Eric Doherty was elected to a three -year term. In May 2012, the Trustees elected the following officers: Elizabeth Fideler, Chair; Linda Broderick, Vice Chair; Maria Barry, Secretary; and Sam Klaidman, Treasurer. The other trustees are Nancy Coville- Wallace, Robert Dodd, Eric Doherty, Arthur Finstein, Jan Harrington, Jo -Anne Thompson, J. 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 Education and Libraries 180 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Board of Selectmen, Town Manager, Assistant Town Manager, Chief Financial Officer, Town Counsel and staff, the Capital Buildings Project Manager, and the other Town Departments. We also appreciate the support of the Finance Committee and the Standing Committee on Education, Capital Budgets, Real Property, and Ways and Means and other committees. Respectfully submitted, Bob Dodd, Trustee Mark J. Contois, Director Education and Libraries 181 Town of Framingham CABLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE I CAPIT CUSHING CHAPEL ADVISORY COMMITTEE I DISABI FINANCE COMMITTEE I GOVERNMENT STUDY COM COMMISSION HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION I RE COMMITTEE The Cable Advisory Committee The Cable Advisory Committee took the following actions: • Met with Framingham Access on their service issues. • Started a discussion with Framingham Access, the government and the education public access channels on ways to have an upgraded link to Comcast and Verizon's headend. The goal is to improve TV reception on these channels. • Were available to assist Framingham residents with repair and billing issues on their cable TV service. The members of the Cable Advisory Committee were: W. Peter Barnes, Annabel Dodd (Chair), Sam Klaidman, Ron Rego, and Norma Shulman. Respectfully submitted, Annabel Dodd, Chair 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. This year at the Annual Town Meeting, the CBC recommended for approval General Fund projects amounting to $6,964,358. The source of funding for virtually all of these General Fund 2012 Annual Town Report fEE I CULTURAL COUNCIL I-DGELL GROVE CEMETERY TRUSTEES DISTRICT COMMISSION I HISTORICAL 4MITTEE I TECHNOLOGY ADVISORY projects was from bonding, with only $363,687 from free cash. The requested projects included the following departments: Building Services /Capital Projects, Library, Parks & Recreation, Fire, Police, Public Works, Highway, Sanitation, Schools and Tech Services. In addition the CBC recommended to Town Meeting Enterprise Funds projects totaling $13,536,578. The projects were as follows: Water Enterprise Fund $7,991,799 and Sewer Enterprise Fund $5,544,779. The sources of funding were mostly from bonding with a total of $1,119,078 from retained earnings. A substantial portion of the bonding projects will be at interest rates of 2% or less. In addition, the Town is hopeful that some stimulus funding will be received from the Federal Government. It was a very challenging year for the CBC. The Committee made some very difficult decisions due to limited Town funds and a never ending list of capital projects requested by the various Town departments /divisions. The Committee plays a very critical role in the long -term future of the Town's infrastructure. We will continue to work closely with the Chief Financial Officer in order to make recommendations of projects that benefit our Town, while maintaining fiscal responsibility. I want to thank the members (Jeanne Bullock, Matt Calder, Kevin Crotty, Ed Kross, Dick Weader and Nancy Wilson & Larry Marsh) for their time and efforts General Committees 182 Town of Framingham during the year. It is a privilege to serve with such dedicated members. Respectfully submitted, Bill McCarthy, Chairman Cultural Council The Massachusetts Cultural Council gave us $14,310. And FCC granted a total of $19,172 to 29 applicants. BOSE Corp., Middlesex Savings Charitable Foundation and Framingham Cooperative Bank gave us generous donations to add to our grant funds. Bob Merusi provided us with much needed office space in the Parks and Recreation Building on Pearl St. During the 2012 Annual Award Reception, "Arts Contributor of the Year Award" went to Senator Karen Spilka for her work in establishing the MetroWest Cultural Tourism Bureau. Cindy Camuso spearheaded the first FCC's Bill Collins Memorial Arts Scholarship which was given to Brad Naughler a graduating Keefe Tech student. Thank you, Framingham! Our website: www.mass-culture.org/Fmmingham Respectfully submitted, P. Nandi Varris Cushing Chapel Advisory Committee The Cushing Chapel Committee has been hard at work keeping the chapel busy with weddings and other functions. The new carillon can be heard daily and is an added attraction to the park. The chapel is available for rental by contacting the 2012 Annual Town Report building services department. Make an appointment to see inside this historic building. Respectfully Submitted, Stanton T. Fitts Disability Commission Members: Karen Foran Dempsey (Chair), Susie Santone (Vice Chair), Elise Marcil (Clerk), Rose Quinn (Treasurer), Jennifer Davis, Jim Egan, Kathie McCarthy and Dennis Moran. July 26, 2012 marked the 22 d Anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a Federal Civil Rights Law. This past year the Disability Commission was proud to celebrate its 10th Anniversary. As part of this celebration we met with the Board of Selectmen in October to recognize this accomplishment. We also honored a former Commissioner, Sara Ludwig. Sara was a tireless and true advocate for all people with Disabilities. As a Town Meeting Member, Sara was instrumental in having the town install an elevator in the Memorial Building, allowing all residents to participate in Town Government. The elevator was recently updated and the Commission presented a plaque that reads This elevator is dedicated to the memory of Sara Lud�a ig for her many years of advocacy on behalf of Framingham residents with Disabilities. Commissioners served on the Libary Accessibility Building Committee to assist in the design development of two new accessible entrances. In October, the Disability Commission General Committees 183 Town of Framingham hosted a training for Town employees with the MA Architectural Access Board (AAB) to review the State's Rules and Regulations as they apply to municipal buildings, sidewalks, curb cuts, parking etc. The Commission had the following guest presenters who provided updates on their access plans: • Robert Merusi, Director of Parks & Recreation • Jeanne Kelley, Director of the Framingham Public Library • Grace O'Donnell, Director of Callahan Senior Center • Sam Klaidman, Chair of the Library Building Committee & Ruth Winett, Chair of the Library Board of Trustees Commission members met with Robert Halpin, Town Manager regarding the ADA Transition Plan Sub - Committee to ensure that the Town continues to implement changes outlined in the 2005 ADA Self - Evaluation and Transition Plan. The Commision expended funds from the HP Fine Account for many worthwhile projects and programs: • $3,000 toward the new accessible family restroom at the Library. • $1,050 for the Piers Park Adaptive Adult Sailing program for 30 adults to participate in the Sunset Sailing Program • $5,625 for the Piers Park Adaptive Youth Sailing program, which taught 15 Framingham children with Disabilities how to sail. • $8,000 for the design of a new accessible entrance design at the Calahan Senior Center. We look forward to working closely with all Town departments, BoS and TMM to ensure that Framingham is in compliance 2012 Annual Town Report with State and Federal access regulations. Respectfully submitted, Karen Foran Dempsey, Chair Edgell Grove Cemetery Edgell Grove had a very successful year. Sales increased in our mausoleum and in ground lots. We continued implementation of our long range plan which included landscaping our baby lot and planting the "Cherry Orchard" on the exit road. We had 61 full burials, 31 cremation burials and 50 in ground grave sales, some sales being multiple lots. In the mausoleum there were 5 cremains and 2 crypt internments and 5 crypt and 6 niche sales. Since the work on the chapel has been completed with a heating system and air circulation system installed there is much interest in using it for services. This year four families had their services there. We encourage everyone to take a look at this beautiful building. A mapping plan has been instituted to bring our maps up to date and this will be an ongoing project associated with our long range plan so that information will be more readily available for our families. Respectfully Submitted, Stan Fitts, Chair 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 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 General Committees 184 Town of Framingham 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 2012, the Committee met 37 times, and participated in the Annual Town Meeting and three Special Town Meetings. 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 routinely appoints liaisons to Keefe Tech and the School Department to monitor their independent budget development processes. Further, the Committee's three - member Audit Subcommittee meets with the Town's outside audit firm and the Chief Financial Officer's staff to resolve audit findings. In 2012, the Finance Committee had representatives on the Maynard Building Lease /Purchase Negotiating Group and the Assessment Review Oversight Committee. This year was characterized by significant fiscal challenges. Revenue growth was disrupted due to ongoing unpredictability in state and federal government revenue sources, and continuing decline in local receipts, and new growth in property taxes. While significant concessions were made on health care for employees, and for some collective bargaining units, large expenses such as special education out -of- district tuition and certain collective bargaining agreements continue to grow faster than revenue. Concern over property reassessment escalated to public debate and hearings that resulted in community pressure to reduce property taxes for FY 13 and to evaluate the assessment process. 2012 Annual Town Report The Finance Committee continued to emphasize the need for the Town to break the cycle of living beyond its means and to plan for long -term financial stability. The Committee recommended that the Town: • Adopt a one percent growth factor in taxation rather than 2.5 or 1.5 for FY13; • Cease using non - recurring revenue sources to support recurring expenses; • Ensure that salaries and benefits do not grow faster than projected revenue; expand employee healthcare cost sharing; • Project 10 -year special education growth cost and options to reduce impact on general education; • Gradually fund OPEB liabilities through the trust fund created by Town Meeting; • Continue to build the stabilization fund to close the gap with the Town's policy goal; • Seek outside consultation to evaluate the Town process of property assessment; • Create a comprehensive 10 year maintenance and capital plan for all town owned buildings; • Maximize operational efficiencies between town and school; • Create Internal Control policies and procedures for all town departments; and, • Differentiate MCAS scores by quartiles and focus on achievement excellence in order to maintain and expand property value in Framingham. The Finance Committee's budget recommendations targeted immediate fiscal realities. In FY 2012, School Department budget difficulties were General Committees 185 Town of Framingham addressed by increased Chapter 70 funds, permitting substantial additional staffing. The following Reserve Fund appropriations were made in FY 2012: $50,000 per Art. 7 FTM October 2011; $90,000 Health Department; $65,000 for the Health Department; $65,000 for the Legal Department; and $25,000 for the Board of Health. Members of the Finance Committee as of June 30, 2012: Elizabeth Funk (2013), Chair, Daniel Lampl, Vice Chair (2014); Linda Dunbrack, Clerk (2012) (resigned May 2012); Leonard Finkel (2013); Steven Hakar (2012); Laurence W. Marsh (2014); Carol Sanchez (2013), Nancy Wilson (2012) and John Zucchi, (2014). The Finance Committee thanks Linda Dunbrack (2012) for her extensive support and leadership and Steven Hakar. We also express our appreciation to CFO Mary Ellen Kelley and Assistant CFO Jennifer Pratt for their ongoing expertise and support. Respectfully Submitted, Betty Funk, Chair Government Study Committee The Government Study Committee had an excellent year. We met nine times with active participation and lively, productive discussion. Working with the Ways and Means Committee and town counsel we completed work on major updates to the Personnel Bylaw. This completed a multi- year effort and was passed at the Annual Town Meeting. The revised bylaw is now in accord with provisions of the Town Manager Act and the present responsibilities of the Personnel Manager. 2012 Annual Town Report Our second major focus in 2012 has been the crafting of a proposed Bylaw on Excessive Consumption of Town Services. When enacted, this will give the Framingham Police and other town service providers an additional tool to deal with problem properties and their owners in the town's efforts to improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods. It is planned to submit the bylaw for consideration at the 2013 Annual Town Meeting. The GSC also submitted and had approved a warrant article with regard to the Town Clerk's authority to update tables of information in Articled I and X of the General Bylaws. This will allow the information in those sections of the Bylaw to be kept current without specific approval required for changed information. Representatives of the GSC met with selectmen and other town officials on several occasions in pursuit of clarification of the policy regarding authority to approve out of town sewer and water connections. The resulting policy was approved and accepted by the Board of selectmen early in 2013. The committee had several discussions regarding possible voting irregularities due to the introduction of electronic voting devices at town meeting. It was agreed that no action was required. The GSC met with proponents of the Green Communities Act and agreed to fully support their efforts to have Framingham accept and implement the provisions of this act. Finally, we as a committee want to remember and thank Moderator Ed Noonan for his support and cooperation General Committees 186 Town of Framingham in making the Government Study Committee a valid and vital part of our town government. Historic District Commission The Historic District Commission held 13 meetings during 2012. In June the Board of Selectmen reappointed members Gerald Couto, A.I.A., and Susan Bernstein. The Commission reorganized in August and re- elected Gerald Couto, A.I.A., Chair, Susan Bernstein, Vice -Chair and Ron Lamphere, Clerk. In September the Commission welcomed Amy Finstein as a new member. Amy fills the position of Alternate Member representing the Framingham History Center Chairman Couto and member Julie Ferrari continued working with the Town Common Working Group. The Commission completed clarifying and revising its Rules — the first revisions since the creation of the Commission over 30 years ago. In August the Commission voted to change is monthly meeting to the first Tuesday of each month. Commission members fulfilled the ethics training requirement as related to the Open Meeting Law. In November the Commission received word from Allison Steinfeld, Director of Community and Economic Development that Edwin "Ted" Fields would be assigned to the Commission to provide Administrative and professional support. Ted attended his first HDC meeting in December. During the year the Commission held seven public hearings, issued six 2012 Annual Town Report Certificates of Appropriateness, three Certificates of Non - Applicability and two Applications for a Certificate of Appropriateness were withdrawn, The Commission also continued its discussions regarding new Historic Districts in the Belknap Road area and in the village of Saxonville, the creation of a web site for the Commission and the erection of signs marking the existing Historic Districts. The Commission looks forward to completing these unfinished projects during the coming year. Respectfully submitted, Gerald Couto, A.I.A., Chair Susan Bernstein, Vice Chair Ron Lamphere, Clerk Henry Field Amy Finstein, Ph.D Julie Ferrari, A.S.L.A. Ted Grenham Jim Kubat, A.I.A. Helen Lemoine Sandi Marder Historical Commission This was a difficult year for historic preservation in our community. Four significant structures — The Rugg -Gates House, the Dennett Workshop, and two millworker cottages in Saxonville — were lost to demolition after prolonged efforts to save them. The work of this Commission is embodied in three documents, the Town's Historic Preservation Plan, the Inventory of Cultural Resources (C.RL), and the Demolition Delay Bylaw. This past year the Commission continued to review all applications for demolition General Committees 187 Town of Framingham permits involving structures on the C.R.I. or more than fifty years old, as required by the bylaw. Respectfully submitted, Frederic A. Wallace, Chair Paul Silva, Vice Chair Susan Martone, Clerk Jerald Couto Jane Whiting Thomas Schuetz Stephanie Mercandetti Human Relations Commission Since its inception in 1970, the Framingham Human Relations Commission has undergone a series of changes. Over time, due to budgetary constraints, as well as the implementation of new agencies within the community, the Commission lost its office in the Memorial Building as well as our Administrative Assistant who could handle the day to day complaints, and provide valuable information for the citizenry. Though the By -laws have not been changed, the focus of the Commission has changed over the recent years. We have provided educational forums on relevant issues of concern for our community. We have provided guest speakers on a variety of topics which have arisen during the course of the year. Commissioners have attended Downtown Renaissance meetings, and supported the Welcoming Framingham initiative which took place in the fall. We are also connected to the Massachusetts Human Rights (Relations) Commission. The Commission continues to look for new members and the public is invited to attend our monthly meetings held in the Town Hall on the second Thursday of each month. Our agenda, which may 2012 Annual Town Report include guest speakers, is placed with the Town Clerk. 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. Its membership consists of 10 Town Meeting members and representatives of 6 Town boards. The Real Property Committee met once in 2012. Among the articles considered were ones dealing with the moving of a town easement for the purpose of allowing the construction of an additional private home on Long Avenue and the acceptance of 6 acres of land on Edgebrook Road from the Perry Trust to be managed by the Parks Department. Ned Price- Chairman Respectfully submitted, Ned Price, Chair Technology Advisory Committee 2012 was a good year for the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) and the town in general in regard to technology. The TAC was very pleased with the selection of longtime Assistant Technology Director, Carly Melo Premo, as the new Technology Director. Carly's knowledge, skills, and history with the towns infrastructure and people is a welcome promotion and the TAC looks forward to continuing our strong relationship with the town in regard to technology choices and issues. The TAC was also pleased with the School Superintendent's decision General Committees 188 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report to hire Alan Graham as the new school Technology Director. We were even more pleased to be included in the hiring and interviewing team that recommended Alan for the position. The TAC has been pleased to build a partnership with Alan already, consulting and advising as needed on various technology decisions. In keeping with its charter, the TAC reviewed the Capital Budget in 2012 and advised on Capital Technology purchases and initiatives. The TAC also worked closely with the subcommittee on electronic voting to understand the benefits and misconceptions of electronic voting to help facilitate the purchase of electronic voting system as approved by town meeting. The TAC would like to also recognize the passing of Town Moderator, Ed Noonan who was a passionate advocate for the TAC. His encouragement and leadership will be greatly missed. You can find out more about the TAC and its membership on the Town's web site at: www.framinghamma.gov/lndex.aspix?nld =1031 Respectfully submitted, Adam Levensohn, Chair General Committees 189 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report TOWN MODERATOR I STANDI OMMUNITY SERVICES STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION ITTEE ON PLANNING & ZONING STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFET W G COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES I STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS & MEANS I TOWN MEETING JOURNAL Town Moderator The Interim Town Moderator is making this report as the result of the sudden passing of our Moderator, Ed Noonan, in June of 2012, about 1 month after the completion of the one special town meeting in March and the Annual Town Meeting's 13 sessions. The Moderator report will cover my time as temporary and then Interim Town Moderator which have been my positions since September. At the beginning of the 2- article Special Town Meeting on September 10, the Town Clerk asked for a moment of silence for Mr. Noonan and then asked for nominations and votes for a Temporary Town Moderator. I was elected by my then fellow Town Meeting members to serve as Temporary Moderator for the evening. At that meeting, Town Meeting also passed a resolution requesting that the Board of Selectmen appoint me as Interim Town Moderator, an office I now hold until the election in April of 2013. The Moderator serves two key roles in the town. The first role is to preside over the Town Meetings. Town Meeting could have elected a moderator as- needed to run each session of Town Meeting. However, the second role cannot be carried out unless the moderator is either elected by the town citizens as is normal or officially appointed as Interim Moderator by the Board of Selectmen. In regard to the first role, the Moderator presided over 4 sessions of the 20- Article Fall Town Meeting which began on October 16. After a "Remembrance" for Ed Noonan, Town Meeting convened and heard reports and approved budget items, unpaid bills, transfer of handicap fines to Disability Commission, collective Bargaining agreements, salary schedules for some non -union personnel, demolition of the Lexington Street Garage and construction of surface parking there, technology education and equipment for Framingham's residents, budget adjustments, a by -law limiting speakers at Town Meeting to 5 minutes, a bylaw regarding registration and maintenance of foreclosed properties, a request to Legislature to impose municipal liens on those who have not paid fines and a new cluster Development bylaw. In addition, Town Meeting passed a resolutions requesting town meeting to ensure that any financial article that results in the addition of personnel to the Town roster must allocate a portion of any additional voted funds to cover the added costs of personnel benefits such as health insurance to the Town. The second role of the Moderator is to make appointments (and reappointments) to six very important "moderator- appointed" committees, the Finance Committee, Capital Budget Committee, Real Property Committee, Personnel Board, Government Study Committee and Technical Advisory Committee. It is for this second role that Town Meeting and the Board of Selectmen felt it critical that an Interim Town Moderator be appointed. Eleven Town Meeting 190 Town of Framingham new appointments and 8 reappointments have been made so far. All moderator - appointed committees are full at this time with the exception of the Government Study Committee. A major milestone this year in Town Meeting has been electronic voting, implemented at the 2012 Annual Town Meeting. Overall, the electronic voting was successful and well accepted by Town Meeting. Thanks to the Standing Committee on Rules (especially to Chair Joel Winett) and the Technology Advisory Committee for working on this project. It has been a pleasure to work with the chairs of the moderator - appointed committees, as well as our new Town Manager, Town Clerk and Town Counsel and their staffs and associates. The production of the warrant books, background material and printed motions were clear and well organized and deserve special commendation. Thanks also go to the Board of Selectmen, CFO, Building Services, and Media Services all of whom are indispensable in the Town Meeting production. Special thanks extended to Town Meeting Members and those who work so diligently on all the various committees!! I encourage moderator - appointed committees to work in partnership with Town Meeting and Town Manager. I also encourage those committees to be proactive regarding issues that affect the town. The Town of Framingham may be at a cross roads and it is incumbent that we all work together for the common good of our community and town. I am very grateful to all those who have supported me, expressed such confidence in me and encouraged me in this role of Moderator. 2012 Annual Town Report Respectfully Submitted, Teri S. Banerjee, Interim Town Moderator Standing Committee on Community Services This Committee is responsible for overseeing the Edgell Grove Cemetery, the CDBG, Fair Housing, Council on Aging, Human Relations, Veteran's Services, Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Departments or Committees. The Committee Chair position is vacation, the Vice Chair is Christopher Kelley of Precinct 9, and Cynthia Villanueva of Precinct 7 is the Clerk. The SCCS did not meet during the 2012 year. It is hoped that 2013 will be a more active year for the SCCS and that it continues to serve the Framingham Town Meeting as it has in the past. Respectfully Edited, Alice Clapper, Administrative Assistant Office of the Board of Selectmen 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 16 times in 2012. The Committee offered reports to Town Meeting on the FY2013 budgets of the Public Schools, Keefe Tech, and the Public Library, and recommended favorable action on the Library's proposed Town Meeting 191 Town of Framingham ADA compliant ramp and garage articles. The Committee also was instrumental in providing a significant increase in the allocation of funds granted to the Framingham Public Schools from the additional State funding announced in the fall. Respectfully submitted, Melanie Goddard, 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 Grown Management Commission, 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, the SCPZ meets regularly on the first Wednesday of the month. Additional meetings are held as needed. At the 2011 and 2012 Annual Town Meetings, 16 of the Town's 18 precincts appointed members to sit on the SCPZ. The SCPZ held eight meetings during 2012 with an average attendance of 9 members. A partial listing of the topics discussed at SCPZ meetings during 2012 includes: Framingham's new Master Plan, Framingham's Green Communities 2012 Annual Town Report Initiative, the Open Space Residential Development by -law revision, business uses in residential zones, branding areas of the Town, improving the Town's permitting procedures, moderate slope requirement by -law, traffic issues in several parts of the Town, by -law on neighborhood cluster developments, and Route 9 Smart Growth. Additionally, the SCPZ reported to the 2012 Annual Town Meeting and the 2012 Fall Town Meeting concerning planning and zoning articles. Respectfully submitted, Stephen Shull, Chair 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. Over the last couple of years there have been challenges with lack of meetings /quorum. 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. The PSSC met on April 23, 2012 to review all three PS related divisions, discussed, voted on operating /capital requests, and reported our results to Annual Town Meeting. Town Meeting 192 Town of Framingham With our reorganization of the committee beginning in July, we look forward during the coming fiscal year of 2012 -13 to being active, dedicated, meeting regularly and communicating more fully with Public Safety divisions on their work in our community. We will review their present and future needs, capital/ operating budget requests, and analyze, discuss and report on related warrant articles and outreach on mutual local Public Safety matters to benefit our community. Respectfully submitted, Kathie McCarthy, Chair Standing Committee on Public Works During the latter part of 2012, the SCPW held meetings to discuss the Eastleigh water billing issue, which was eventually resolved by an agreement with the Board of Selectmen waived all past water usage in exchange for Eastleigh installing a well and disconnecting from town water by November 1s` The SCPW also met to discuss out -of- town sewer accounts and hookups, mainly with Ashland. The Department of Public Works provided historical documentation on the agreements. The SCPW was satisfied that the DPW had not been allowing any additional hookups except those already authorized by an earlier agreement. The DPW made clear that they opposed these arrangements, as they created billing enforcement issues. During the spring of 2012, members of the SCPW became concerned about conditions at the Danforth Green (PUD) property, and how they might affect the Birch Road wells project. The SCPW charged the Vice -Chair to attend a tour of the property and report back with any 2012 Annual Town Report possible issues that could contaminate Framingham's future water supply. During last year's meetings with the DPW, issues with Highway Department budget were discussed. For many years, Framingham has not been allocating enough funds to maintain roadways, and unless more money is provided, the roadways will deteriorate to unacceptable and potentially unsafe conditions. Respectfully submitted, Dennis Paulsen, Chair Standing Committee on Rules The Rules Committee meets regularly to discuss ways of improving the workings of Town Meeting (TM). We want TM members to make informed decisions on motions and have the actions taken recorded in the Town Meeting Journal. We request that the background material for warrant articles be made available before the day on which an article is discussed and also placed on the town website. The committee sponsored the reports article at the Annual and Special Town Meetings. The requested reports were based on motions and resolutions made at Town Meetings during the previous year and on general laws. The CFO provided extensive reports on budget and actual expenses in department and other accounts. Questions on a report must be made during discussion of the department's budget. The Rule Committee sponsored an article at the 2012 Fall Town Meeting (FTM) to change the bylaws to reduce from 10 minutes to 5 minutes the amount of time Town Meeting 193 Town of Framingham a speaker on an article can speak. The motion was approved. The electronic voting system was used for the Annual Town Meeting where 87 votes were recorded including 6 procedural votes and 6 resolution votes, and for the FTM where 16 votes were recorded, including 1 procedural vote and 1 resolution vote. All votes are posted on the Town website. Respectfully Submitted, Joel Winett, Chair Amy Weader, Vice Chair Dorothy Collier, Clerk 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 and /or related to the Finance Committee (FinCom), the Information Services, Finance, and Human Resources Divisions; the Board of Selectmen (BOS), the Town Clerk, Town Elections, the Legal Department, the Retirement Board and the Capital Budget and Government Study Committees. During in -depth discussions about the town's Other Post - Employment Benefits (OPEB) liability the SCW &M identified a tremendous savings opportunity. Town Meeting supported the committee's motion to request that the BOS work with state reps on legislation to increase the minimum age for retirement health care benefits from 55 to 62. The BOS followed up as requested. The SCW &M participated in review of a proposed Tax Increment Financing 2012 Annual Town Report Agreement (TIF) for TXJ. The SCW &M recommended support for the agreement, which town meeting also provided, thus facilitating TJX's renewed commitment to remain headquartered in Framingham. In consideration of an article to create a legal contingency fund the SCW &M recommended requirements to increase the level of transparency. As a result, the SCW &M, FinCom and the BOS must be apprised of each $25,000+ expenditure. Total spending on one case is limited to $100,000 without town meeting approval. The Interim Town Manager appointed an Assessment Review Committee (with SCW &M representation) to support a contracted consultant hired to evaluate the 2012 levy abnormality as well as assessing operations and processes. The SCW &M will continue to advocate for the changes recommended by the consultant. While reviewing proposed compensation changes, the committee identified stipends as a red flag and urged the administration to move away from them. They appear to facilitate the perception that job training and changes in responsibilities justify itemized, incremental compensation. The SCW &M reignited dormant efforts to invest in restoration of Athenaeum Hall in Saxonville with a motion to determine the work required to obtain an occupancy permit. A complete report followed and a strategic plan is in development. The SCW &M also recommended that the finance division consider bonding select water /sewer infrastructure projects for 40 years instead of 20 to take advantage of low interest and curtail spikes in rates. Special thanks to the 2012 SCW &M members: Teri Banerjee, Mark Lamkin (Pct.1); Harold Geller (Vice - Chair) (Pct. Town Meeting 194 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 2); Herb Chasen (Pct.4); Eric Silverman (Pct. 5); Jim Pillsbury (Pct.6); Joel Winett (Pct.7); Dorothy Collier (Pct. 8); Ghafoor Sheikh (Pct.9); Lloyd Kaye (Pct.10); Peter Pleshaw (Pct. 11); Mark McClennan (Pct.12); Michael Zimmer (Pct.13); Jim Rizzoli (Pct.14); Ida Williams (Pct.15); Laura Keith (Pct. 17); and Joseph Asaya (Pct.18). Respectfully submitted, Audrey M. Hall, Chair Town Meeting 195 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Meeting Report 2012 TOWN MEETING JOURNAL NO NO, `ORPORATED N� VALERIE MULVEY, TOWN CLERK LISA FERGUSON, ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK Town Meeting 196 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report DEDICATION The Town Clerk dedicates Framingham's 2012 Town Meeting Journal in memory of Ed Noonan. On June 26, 2012 Framingham Town Government lost a friend and colleague when our Moderator, Ed Noonan passed away. Ed was a devoted family man who had recently begun enjoying retirement with his lovely wife Judy. He often spoke about his children and grandchildren and always looked forward to visiting them. Some of Ed's many accomplishments and contributions to the Town of Framingham throughout over twenty years of service include but are not limited to: 14 year Town Meeting Member; Capital Budget Committee member for 7 years, many as Chair, and Moderator for 8 years. Ed really loved being the Framingham Town Moderator. He was a strong advocate for Town Meeting and insisted on respect for our legislative branch, its members and the Moderator. Many of us were gently reminded to thank "the moderator" when he recognized us to speak. Ed understood and appreciated the importance of the Moderator's role in Town Government and devoted considerable time and effort to mastering the numerous parliamentary rules and procedures that guide town meeting. He also appreciated the Town Meeting 197 Edward J. Noonan February 15, 1936 —June 26, 2012 Town of Framingham importance of the many committees whose members he appointed- Finance, Capital Budget, Government Study, Real Property and Technology Advisory Committees and the Personnel Board. Ed based his appointments on a candidate's qualifications. He monitored the performance of his appointees and based reappointments on their performance and commitment. Ed was a vibrant, caring person who was admired and respected by all of us with whom he interacted in town administration and in the community. He understood and appreciated the responsibilities of the administration and of our elected officials and our elected and appointed boards. He worked with us to ensure that Town Meeting would operate smoothly and efficiently. He was always cheerful and respectful. Ed worked particularly closely with Town Counsel, the Town Manager, the CFO and the Town Clerk in a cooperative and professional manner. Staff in the Town Manager /Board of Selectmen's office and the Town Clerk's office enjoyed Ed's visits and the thoughtfulness he showed to each of us. Ed visited both these offices after town meeting adjourned to thank us for working with him throughout the process and as you know he always adjourned town meeting with a public thank you to all those involved in the town meeting process. Our State Senator Karen Spilka, who attended Ed's funeral, adjourned the June 29, 2012 session of the MA Senate in memory of Ed. There was a moment of silence and Karen read excerpts from his obituary. This is a permanent record of the State Senate and a copy on parchment was sent to Judy. Ed was a genuine public servant who generously shared his time, talent and wisdom for the benefit of Framingham. His impact was huge. His hard work and commitment will be greatly missed and always remembered. 2012 Annual Town Report Ed's legacy was honored at the October 16' Special Town Meeting by the Board of Selectmen, Chairs from Moderator - appointed committees and Town Meeting Members. Ed's wife Judy was presented with a gavel that was inscribed: Edward J. Noonan, Framingham Town Moderator from all of us in Town Government and administration. On behalf of a grateful community — thank you, Mr. Moderator. Respectfully submitted, Valerie Mulvey, Town Clerk Town Meeting 198 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report TOWN MEETING ATTENDANCE Town Meeting 199 Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 John R. Dwyer 51 Eaton Road West 1 2014 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Karen B.Audouin 5 Donovan Drive 1 2014 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 N/A N/A Adam R. Olean 10 Chickatawbut Road 1 2014 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 Louise J. Bendel 15 Parmenter Road 1 2014 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 David I. Levinson 140 Winch Street 1 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mark S. Lamkin 495 Edmands Road 1 12013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R. Kathy Vassar 22 Carter Drive 1 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Teri S. Banerjee 248 Winch Street 1 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A Kylon Marie F. Colinet 3 Mohawk Drive 1 2013 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 1 1 1 1 Theodore C. Anthony, Jr. 1015 Grove Street 1 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kevin J. Gatlin 802 Edgell Road 1 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Dudley W. Stephan 1984 Grove Street 1 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Janet L. Gill 32 Wayside Inn Road 1 2015 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Steven W. Orr 41 Wayside Inn Road 1 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Michael A. Wishnow 12 Parmenter Road 1 2012 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 N/A N/A Nancy Cooper 9 Griffin Road 2 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Harold J. Geller 3 Lowry Road 2 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Linda A. Hom 66 Hadley Road 2 2014 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 John C. Harutunian 38 Whittemore Road 2 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Stephen Shull 16 Sloane Drive 2 2013 1 1 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 2013 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Sean W. Donovan 17 Derby Street 2 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Gloria H. Geller 3 Lowry Road 2 12013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Melanie L. Goddard 43 Little Farms Road 2 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nelia F. C. Patrick 3 Colonial Drive 2 2015 N/A 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 Nicola Cataldo 6 Eisenhower Road 2 2015 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 Matthew V. Calder 33 Oakvale Road 2 2015 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 Jennifer May Havard 9 Eaton Road 2 2012 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 N/A N/A Carol E. Casselman 48 Florissant Avenue 3 2014 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 Audrey M. Hall 18 Salmi Road 3 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jennifer A. Adams 135 School Street 3 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 Michael Joseph Fritz 87 Lake Road 3 2014 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brian J. Lefort 265 Danforth Street 3 2013 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Karen Foran Dempsey 10 Bellefontaine Ave. 3 2013 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 George T. Dixon 56 Delmar Avenue 3 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Shelley Strowman 118 School Street 3 2013 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 1 1 1 1 1 Marilyn Zimmerman 875 Old Conn Path 3 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 Paul A. Costa 7 Lovering Avenue 3 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 L L , 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 Daniel I. Richer 13 Delmar Avenue 3 2015 N/A 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 David J. Collins 408 Central Street 3 2015 N/A 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Lucille A. Camell 28 Bonito Drive 3 2015 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Jennifer B.Ansin 25 Queens Way 7 3 2012 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 N/A N/A Harold J. Moran 7 Chouteau Avenue 3 2012 1 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 N/A Mark E. Dempsey 10 Bellefontaine Ave. 3 2012 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 N/A N/A Herbert E. Chasan 56 Agnes Drive 4 12014 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Richard J. Weader, II 24 Amy Road 4 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Louisa S. Caswell 22 Raleigh Road 4 2014 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Roxana M. Sanchez 13 Redcoat Road 4 2014 1 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 1 Scott D. Estes 37 Winch Street 4 2014 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A Laurence M. Schmeidler 27 Claudette Circle 4 2013 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Colleen A. McLaughlin 45 Briarwood Road 4 12013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Amy M. Weader 24 Amy Road 4 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Diane Z. Pabst 18 McAdams Road 4 2013 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 Bob Berman 62 Lanewood Avenue 4 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Adam C. Steiner 43 McAdams Road 4 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Dan Rao 4 Claudette Circle Ext. 4 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 David R. Remis 55 Blackberry Lane 4 2015 N/A 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 Paula L. Schmeidler 27 Claudette Circle 4 2012 1 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 N/A Karl B.Thober 502 Grove Street 4 2012 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 N/A N/A Linda M. Lackey 730 Edgell Road 4 2012 1 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 N/A Ann Jeffris 8 Bradford Road 5 2014 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Donald C. Taggart, III 134 Brook Street 5 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Yaakov Z. Cohn 5 Harvard Road 5 2014 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Jeanne I. Bullock 22 Pinewood Drive 5 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Janet Leombruno 2 Cider Mill Road 5 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 Robert B. Bois 131 Brook Street 5 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 Howard Jay Hock 11 Tartufi Circle 5 2013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Michael J. Welch 3 Ward Farm Circle 5 2013 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 Elizabeth K. Sleczkowski 27 Townsend Terrace 5 2015 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Eric K. Silverman 11 Pamela Road 5 2015 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Judith F. Cohn 5 Harvard Road 5 2015 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Norma B. Shulman 13 Alfred Road 5 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 Robert H. Bolles 35 North Lane 6 2014 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Peter J. DeVito 9 Gilmore Road 6 2014 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Edward T. Levay, Jr. 13 Summer Street, #2 6 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Eric Glazer 14 Perry Henderson Dr 6 2014 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 David M. Kornbau 8 Fenwick Circle 6 2013 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 Antonio J. Ca atte 1489 Ed ell Road 16 2013 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 1 1 1 1 Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 James M. Pillsbury 10 Yorks Road 6 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Laura A. Richards 55 Higgins Road 6 2013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Angie E. Goldberg 114 Spruce Street 6 2013 N/A N/A 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 James H. Stockless 597 Central Street 6 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Elsa Rose Aviza 14 Conrad Road 6 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 William A. Osborn 48 Jean Street 6 2015 N/A 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Rochelle Sivan 7 Michaud Drive 6 12015 1 N/A N/A 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Gretchen Lee Demore 54 Elda Road 6 2012 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 N/A N/A Marci B. Handverger 150 Prospect Street 7 2014 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 N/A N/A Rachael M. Scanlon 392 Edgell Road 7 2014 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Henry W. Ohrenberger 16 John M. McQuinn Cir. 7 2014 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Melvin S. Warshaw 149 Maynard Road 7 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Richard E. Paul 10 Aspen Circle 7 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Ronald B. Handverger 150 Prospect Street 7 12013 1 0 N/A I N/A N/A I N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A I N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Francis X. Reilly 534 Edgell Road 7 2013 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 N/A N/A Jeffrey C. Dutile 25 Sun Valley Drive 7 2013 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Lawrence J. Griffin 38 Pine Lane 7 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Chistopher R. Kopacko 33 Vaillencourt Drive 7 2013 N/A 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cynthia D. Villanueva 42 Westgate Road 7 2013 N/A N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 Kevin P. Crotty 79 Pleasant Street 7 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Joel Winett 10 Berkeley Road 7 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 James W. Egan 9 Elsemiller Terrace 7 2015 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Adam L. Sisitsky 138 Pleasant Street 7 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 Douglas P. Bevilacqua 20 Sun Valley Drive 7 2012 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 N/A N/A Linda M. Romero 20 Donna Road 8 2014 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 N/A N/A Joseph B. Connolly 3 Sylvester Drive 8 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Elizabeth Louise Lehnertz 7 Murray Road 8 2014 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Paul David Fricker 15 Pitt Road 8 2014 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 Arthur J. Mills 79 Beacon Street 8 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Daniel S. Deveau 7 Woodside Cottage Way 8 2013 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 N/A N/A Charles Earl Schneider 25 Lohnes Rd 8 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 Deborah A. Lenares 32 Hastings Street 8 2013 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 April R. Middleton 2 Anzio Road 8 2013 N/A N/A 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Domenic DiRenzo 154 Oaks Road 8 2013 N/A N/A 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gregory J. Palmer 188 Warren Road 8 12015 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 Michael D. Brady 29 Lohnes Road 8 2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dorothy Collier 146 Lockland Avenue 8 2015 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Anthony M. Moretti, Jr. 178 Warren Road 8 2015 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 Maureen E. Dunne 1174 Old Connecticut Path 19 2014 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 William L. Spalding P.O. Box 1531 9 2014 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nancy G. Black 21 Foster Drive 9 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lori A. Greene 12 Old Connecticut Path 9 2014 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Steven H. Friedman 2 Woodward Road 9 2013 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 Christopher J. Kelley 36 McPhee Road 9 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 Bernice W. Strom 12 Longview Road 9 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jeffrey M. Cassidy 3 Upland Road 9 2013 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Dennis J. Paulsen 829 Concord Street 9 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ghafoor A. Sheikh 26 Sewell Street 9 12015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Loren F. Puffer 26 Longview Road 9 2015 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 C. Patrick Dunne 174 Old Connecticut Path 9 2015 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 Lloyd Kaye 1630 Worcester Rd 414C 10 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tiffany A. Duda 1334 Old Worcester Rd 10 2014 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 N/A N/A Ricardo L. Bertelli 1450 Worcester Rd 8414 10 12014 1 N/A N/A I N/A N/A 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 Walter L. Adamski 115 Oakcrest Drive 10 2014 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lois L. Herman 135 Oakcrest Drive 10 2014 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Michelle A. Brosnahan 12 Old Wood Road 10 2013 N/A 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 Bhavana S. Jain 1400 Worcester Rd 7312 10 2013 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Colleen P. Ryan 16 Old Wood Road 10 2013 N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 John Peter Duffy 1640 Worcester Rd,622D 10 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 Dhruba P. Sen 1500 Worceter Rd,530 10 2015 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 William G. McCarthy 25 Westgate Road 10 12015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kathleen T. McCarthy 25 Westgate Road 10 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Wolf Haberman 1500 Worcester Rd 521 10 2015 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Anne E. Mola 18 Westgate Road 10 2012 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 N/A N/A Pamela V. Roberts 1321 Worcester Rd,605 10 2012 1 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 N/A Peter Pleshaw 10 Gryzboska Circle 11 2014 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Robert Snider 11 Cahill Park Road 11 2014 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 Linda A. Fields 921 Salem End Road 11 12014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lawrence S. Hendry 76 Ardmore Road 11 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Peter C. Adams 222 Edgewater Drive 11 2013 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 N/A N/A Yael Steinsaltz 1 Hickory Hill Lane 11 2013 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Judy B. Leerer 395 Winter Street 11 2013 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 Cynthia J. Laurora 11 Winter Lane 11 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 Lawrence W. Yarmaloff 19 Checkerberry Lane 11 2013 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Arsene G. Bajakian 34 Gryzboska Circle 11 2015 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 Martin F. Mulvey 17 William J. Heights 11 12015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 Debbie Chase 85 Salem End Lane 11 2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 Philip R. Ottaviani, Jr. 630 Salem End Road 11 2015 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 Edward V. Cosgrove 1597 Winter Street 11 2012 1 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 N/A Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 Betty H. Muto 35 Neville Road 12 2014 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Michelle Quinn Smith 30 Swift Road 12 2014 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 David I. Hutchinson 36 Day Hill Road 12 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 Thomas Scionti 12 Maple Street 12 2014 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Kenneth Glover High, III 36 Swift Road 12 2013 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 John Eric Doherty 30 Warren Road 12 2013 1 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 N/A Michael D. Moorehead 39 Wood Terrace 12 2013 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 1 0 0 0 Andrea A. Lewis 127 Maple Street 12 12013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Lynn B. Olson 24 Swift Road 12 2013 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 Bradley C. Bauler 73 Main Street 12 2015 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 Edward J. Kross 559 Union Avenue 2 12 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 Caraline R. Levy 73 Barber Road 12 2015 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 Mark W. McClennan 14 Trafton Road 12 2015 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Marybeth Clancy Miskin 327 Bishop Street 13 2014 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 Robert DeShaw 50 D Rose Kennedy Ln. 13 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Camille Youssef 14 Hampshire Road 13 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Larissa N. Combe 218 Warren Road 13 2014 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A Mark J. Dugan 224 Warren Road 13 2014 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 1 1 0 1 Thomas G. Tiger 48 Nelson Street 13 12013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 Austin J. Nagle, Sr 46 Mansfield Street 13 2013 N/A N/A 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 Andrew D. Hohenstein 29 Oliver Street 13 2013 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Bradford Goodwin 280 Franklin Street 13 2013 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 Elizabeth J. Stone 14 Arthur Street 13 2015 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 Nancy Anne Handy 37 Eden Street 13 2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Louis V. Cintolo 358 Grant Street 13 12015 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Philip L. Reitz 34 Shawmut Terrace 13 2015 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Elsa Hornfischer 29 Arch Street 13 2012 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 N/A N/A Robert D. Cushing PO Box 225 14 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jeffrey M. Cox 24 Kingsbury Street 14 2014 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 James E. Quinn 24 Everit Avenue 14 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 R. Karl Rookey 37 Pond Street 14 2014 1 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 N/A Daniel D. Gittelsohn 16 Bishop Drive 14 2014 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 Joseph E. Rizoli 94 Pond Street 14 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Jim M. Rizoli 94 Pond Street 14 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Barbara E. Benjamin 17 Pond Street 14 2013 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 David A. Barbadora 213 Bishop Street 14 2013 N/A 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Renee M. Faubert 16 Everit Avenue 14 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Martha M. Guevara 13 Wilson Drive 114 12015 1 N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A N/A 1 0 0 0 1 Donald R. Chute 136 Everit Avenue 114 12015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 Judith P. Callahan 158 Arthur Street 14 2015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Carol Vonkelsch 38 Clark Street 14 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 George C. Brown 33 Clark Street 14 2012 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 N/A N/A Austin J. Nagle, Sr. 46 Mansfield Street 14 2012 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 N/A N/A Brian M. Jones 41 Cove Avenue 15 2014 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 Alexander R. Capone 29 Seminole Avenue 15 12014 1 0 N/A I N/A N/A I N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A I N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Ida M. Williams 39 Vose Street 15 2014 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Albert Q. Roos 14 Harmony Lane, B 15 2014 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 Elias Vieira Monteiro, Jr 19 Bethany Road 15 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ashley E.Shorton 89 Bethany Road 203 15 2013 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 N/A N/A Richard H. Prouty 42 Clifford Street 15 2013 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stefanie Johnson 85 Fay Road 15 12013 1 N/A N/A I N/A N/A I N/A 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Margarita Mojica 107 Winthrop Street 15 2013 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Thomas J. Driscoll, Jr. 89 Bethany Road 402 15 2015 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Beverly C. Good 24 Hayes Street 2 15 2015 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 Thomas Barbieri 15 Daisley Place 15 2015 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 C. William Cook 35 Cove Avenue 15 2015 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 Ivette Montanez 35 Winthrop Street, 1 15 2012 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 N/A N/A Deborah J. Geis 75 Cedar Street 15 2012 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 N/A N/A Ellyn Iris Fishkin 66 Kendall Avenue 16 2014 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 N/A N/A Christiana O. Abe 263 Irving Street 16 12014 1 N/A 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 Classia M. Simmons 17 Weld Street, 14 16 2014 N/A 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 Timothy P. Jones 208 Irving Street, 1L 16 2014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 William J. LaBarge 11 East Street 16 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nancy L. Horne 283 Beaver Street 16 2013 N/A 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jessica L. Levy 3 R A Pusan Road 16 2013 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joan M. Proctor 17 Weld Street, 62 16 2013 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Salvatore Bellone 42 East Street 16 2013 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 N/A N/A David T. Marks 82 Leland Street 16 2013 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 Frank N. DeMarco 92 South Street 16 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Carol Ann Sinesi 85 Kendall Avenue8 16 2015 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 Jeff M. Convery 15 Alla Street 16 2015 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kathleen T. DeMarco 92 South Street 16 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Joe C. Fonseca 248 Beaver Street 17 2014 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 Martin Ned Price 250 Beaver Street 17 2014 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Laura E. Keith 193 A Taralli Terrace 17 12014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bethsabe Delvalle 5 C Carlson Road 17 2014 N/A N/A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Laura Michelle Rodriguez 61 Beaver Park Road, A 17 2013 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Donald F. Shay 11 D Carlson Road 17 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Name Address Prec. Term 3/14 4/24 4/25 4/26 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/8 5/9 5/10 5/15 5/16 5/17 5/22 9/10 10/16 10/17 10/18 10/23 Richard G. Baritz 1 Marian Road 17 2013 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 Alex Josh Aglon 26 C Carlson Road 17 2013 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cesar Canales Salguero 5 B Interfaith Terrace 17 2015 N/A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Edgardo Angel Torres 37 B Beaver Park Road 17 2015 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Wendy Perez 97 B Taralli Terrace 17 2012 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 N/A N/A Jim Wade Hansen 23 Willis Avenue 18 12014 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 Phyllis M. Giblin 104 Gilbert Street 18 2014 N/A 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 James Eric Ross 19 Winthrop Street 18 2014 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 N/A N/A Joseph O. Asaya 38 Guild Road 18 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 George A. Lewis 78 Gilbert Street 18 2014 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Gary G. Mahoney 26 McAfee Avenue 18 2013 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 N/A N/A Jonathan David Lang 44 Eames Street 18 12013 1 0 N/A I N/A N/A I N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A I N/A I N/A N/A I N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Norman L. Snow, Jr. 35 Lindsay Street 18 2013 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Momfred Bernadeau 402 Hollis Street 18 2013 N/A N/A 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 Rosa I. Alas 403 Holis Street 18 2013 N/A N/A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Victor P. D'Costa 52 Summit Street 18 2015 N/A 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Rosemary P. Jebari 4 Cedar Place 18 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 Alan C. Crane 43 Pratt Street 18 2015 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Kim A. Poness 43 Waushakum Street 18 2015 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Christopher R. Kopacko 148 Winthrop Street, 2 118 12012 1 0 1 N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A I N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report MARCH 14, 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if Town Meeting will vote to adjust the senior tax exemption limits as allowed under Massachusetts General Law Chapter 59, section 5, clause 41C by reducing the eligible age from 70 to 65 years of age; by increasing the amount for the exemption; by increasing the gross receipts limit; and increasing the whole estate limit. Further that these adjustments are effective for the fiscal year 2012. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen /Chief Financial Officer March 14, 2012 Voted: That the eligibility factors for the senior tax exemption accepted under MGL, Chapter 59, Section 5 (41C) be amended by reducing the age limit from 70 years of age to 65 years of age; by keeping the exemption amount at $500; by increasing the gross receipts limits to $20,000 if single and $30,000 if married; by increasing the whole estate limit to $40,000 if single and $55,000 if married. ARTICLE 1 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS March 14, 2012 Ruled out of scope: " I move that Article One be amended by adding the following at the end of the original motion: Senior residents who apply for exemptions or deferrals from the annual resident property tax will be required to submit an affidavit attesting that they have complied with all requirements specified in the printed applications, including that their personal income is within the stipulated amount of income required; and are also subject to the pains and penalties of perjury. No additional personal income data to support the applications will be required at the time of submission, but they will comply with the filing of the required forms. Said applicants could be subjected to audits, with liens placed on their properties for the full amount of the property taxes, with interest." Laurence M. Schmeidler, Precinct 4 RESOLUTION March 14, 2012 Failed: " I move the amendment offered by Larry Schmeidler be treated as a resolution." George Dixon, Precinct 3 Town Meeting 206 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report APRIL 24, 2012 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if the Town will hear the Annual Report of the Board of Selectmen for the year preceding this Annual Meeting. Printed copies of this report shall be 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 24, 2012 Voted: That the Town hear the Annual Report of the Board of Selectmen for the year preceding this Annual Meeting and accept the printed copies of this report that have been made available to the inhabitants of the town pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 49. Further, that after this report is given, the article is 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 report has been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members. Reports made in writing shall be posted on the town website for this town meeting. 1. Report by the Town Clerk on the status of Bylaw changes approved by Town Meeting and sent to the Attorney General in 2011. (Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.5. a) 2. Report by the Board of Selectmen on petitions to the legislature approved by Town Meeting in 2011, if any. (Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.5. c) 3. Report by the Planning Board on the status of Zoning Bylaw changes approved by Town Meeting and sent to the Attorney General in 2011. (Bylaws Article III Section 1.13.5. b) 4. Report from the Planning Board on the status of the Master Plan, and on plans for development in the Town. (MGL Chapter 41, Section 71 and Bylaws Article III Section 1. 13.4) 5. Report from the Police Chief regarding the Sex Offender bylaw: number of- complaints received, number of enforcement actions, number of offenders found guilty of safety zone infractions, and overall effectiveness of the bylaw. (Resolution 2011 ATM by Karl Thober) 6. Report by the Director of Public Works on the following: (Bylaws Article III Section 1. 13.2) Wastewater capital improvements in Technology Park Birch Road well project Edgell Road and Auburn Street Sewer project (request by residents) 7. Report from the Board of Selectmen on the Eastleigh Farm water /sewer billings. (Request from citizens) 8. Report form the Chief Financial Officer on the following: a. Land acquisition costs for purchase of easement approved at a Town Meeting in 2011. (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.6b) b Use of mitigation funds received during the previous fiscal year and the status of unexpended mitigation funds. (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.6c) c. Status of authorized but not completed Capital Budget projects. (Bylaw Article III, Section 1.13.6d) Town Meeting 207 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 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) e. Anticipated financial impact upon the operating budget of collective bargaining agreements for municipal units. (ATM 5 -26 -09 Resolution by Funk) Report from the school department on the financial impact upon the operating budget of collective bargaining agreements for school units. (ATM 5 -26 -09 Resolution by Funk) Report from the Town Moderator on Moderator appointments that will expire on July 1. (Bylaws Article 1, Section 5.14) 11. Report from the Board of Selectmen and on Selectmen appointments that will expire on July 1. (Bylaws Article 1, Section 5.14) 12. Any other report recommended by the Board of Selectmen. And after all reports are given, Town Meeting shall vote to dispose of this article Sponsor: Standing Committee on Rules April 24, 2012 Voted: That the Town hear reports from various Departments, Boards, Committees and Commissions listed in the warrant article unless said report has been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members. Reports made in writing shall be posted on the town website for this town meeting. The requested reports are listed in the warrant article. Further, after all reports are given, the article is disposed ARTICLE 3 To see if the Town will vote to amend the previously approved FY12 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to authorize the Board of Selectmen to provide funds to implement projects and /or delete funds previously set aside in FY12, as detailed in a background material handout to be provided at the Annual Town Meeting, if necessary. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 24, 2012 Voted: That this article be referred back to the Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 4 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 24, 2012 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 Town Meeting 208 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report and Projected Use of Funds" approved by the Board of Selectmen on February 14, 2012 with the amounts of funding increased or decreased proportionately to the percentage change in actual Entitlement Grant funding available versus estimated Entitlement Grant funding available. Said projected use of funds is shown on the attached pages. ARTICLE 4 -ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS April 24, 2012 Failed: "I move that we move the money in the CDBG Dep. 4.0 — Item 4.2 $21,500 to 4.4 Resiliency For Life." Jim Rizoli, Precinct 14 April 24, 2012 Failed: "I move to that we move $3,900 from 4.6 and add that amount to 4.4 of Article 4." Daniel Gittelsohn, Precinct 14 ARTICLE 4 -ATTACHMENT PROPOSED USES OF FISCAL 2013 CDBG FUNDS 1.0 ADMINISTRATION /PLANNING $ 68,746* 2.0 HOUSING REHABILITATION $233,525 2.1 HOUSING REHABILITATION /HOMEOWNERSHIP ASSISTANCE $173,525 SPONSOR: COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 2.2 CODE ENFORCEMENT $ 60,000 SPONSOR: BUILDING & INSPECTIONAL SERVICES 3.0 PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS $16,000 3.1 MAIN LIBRARY — LVA# CLASSROOM UPGRADES $16,000 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 4.0 PUBLIC SERVICES $71,000** 4.1 LITERACY UNLIMITED $ 11,500 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 4.2 FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESL PLUS $ 21,500 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESL PROGRAM 4.3 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS SUMMER WORK PROGRAM $ 21,900 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM COALITION COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS 4.4 RESILIENCY FOR LIFE PROGRAM $ 3,900 SPONSOR: RESILIENCY FOR LIFE ADVISORY BOARD 4.5 HEALTHY OPTIONS FOR PROGRESS THROUGH EDUCATION (HOPE) $ 8,300 SPONSOR: PELHAM APARTMENTS RESIDENTIAL SERVICES 4.6 SOCIAL SERVICE REFERRAL PROGRAM $ 3,900 SPONSOR: MASS. ALLIANCE OF PORTUGUESE SPEAKERS (MAPS) Town Meeting 209 Town of Framingham 5.0 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENTS $ 85,000 5.1 SOUTH FRAMINGHAM MAIN STREETS PROGRAM $ 30,000 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM DOWNTOWN RENAISSANCE 5.2 COMMERCIAL FAI 'ADE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM $ 30,000 SPONSOR: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT 5.3 COMMERCIAL FAI 'ADE DESIGN STANDARDS $ 25,000* SPONSOR: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT TOTALS $474,271 *Administration: The maximum amount of funds that may be budgeted to Administration is $94,863 20% of the sum of the Entitlement Grant plus Program Income realized in the program year. Budgeted administrative costs ($68,746) and the Commercial Design Standards study ($25,000) (defined by HUD as a "planning" study subject to the 20% cap) for fiscal 2012 -3 total $93,746. * *Public Services: The maximum amount of funds that may be budgeted to Public Services is $ 71,14 8, 15% of the sum of the Entitlement Grant plus Program Income realized in the program year. # LVA stands for Literacy Volunteers of America FISCAL 2013 RECOMMENDED CDBG PROJECT BACKGROUND 1.0 ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING GOAL: TO ADMINISTER THE CDBG PROGRAM EFFECTIVELY AND EQUITABLY SO THAT TOWN RESIDENTS CAN PARTICIPATE IN OR BENEFIT FROM PROGRAM ACTIVITIES. 1.1 CDBG PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION $ 68,746 SPONSOR: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 68,746 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 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 (HRAP) PROGRAM $173,525 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SOURCES OF FUNDS: CDBG ENTITLEMENT GRANT $133,525 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 40,000 HRAP plans primarily to assist approximately 4 -6 lower- income homeowners and, where possible, 2 to 3 qualified rental units (the majority of which are occupied by lower income tenants), and owners of blighted properties (a permitted by regulation) in specified target neighborhoods, with financing to make repairs to those properties. Deferred, no- interest loans up to $16,000 are available to homeowners occupying their own home (with no owner match required); loans are offered at similar terms to owners of rental housing (to a maximum of $6,000 per occupied rental unit, matched equally 2012 Annual Town Report Town Meeting 210 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report with private equity from applicant). CDBG funds will loaned to eligible owners, in any area of Town, to address qualified emergency repair needs, such as heating system and roofing repairs. In addition to loans, technical assistance on financial and rehabilitation matters is provided. Funding of this component provides capacity for the Town to receive MassHousing Home Improvement Loan Program funds and other programs. Performance Target: 4 -6 Dwelling Units; very low, low & moderate- income clientele 2.2 CODE ENFORCEMENT $ 60,000 SPONSOR: BUILDING AND INSPECTIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT PROGRAM INCOME: $ 60,000 $ 0 The Town of Framingham has identified a need for stronger code enforcement to address substandard housing and overcrowded housing conditions. The Town requests CDBG funds to pay for code enforcement in designated neighborhoods with many substandard or deteriorated buildings and areas with concentrated low- or moderate - income populations. CDBG funds will be used to pay for Town inspectors doing housing code inspections in low- to moderate - income neighborhoods. Housing code violations will be required to be corrected by the property owners. The sponsor may work in collaboration with the Housing Rehabilitation Program to address needs in qualified properties. Performance Target: 400 Inspections in LM areas (6,237 residents) 3.0 PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS GOAL: TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE THAT WILL PROLONG THE USEFUL LIFE OF PUBLIC FACILITIES. 3.1 FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY -ESL LANGUAGE CLASSROOM $ 16,000 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT PROGRAM INCOME: $ 16,000 $ 0 Funding is requested to remodel the second floor space in the Main Library used by the Literacy Unlimited English language /remedial education program. The existing space cannot handle demand for the program's services. All work will be designed and implemented in compliance with building code and accessibility standards. Performance Target: 1 public facility serving 480 clients with limited incomes. 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 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT PROGRAM INCOME: $ 11,500 11,500 0 Town Meeting 211 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Partial funding is sought to continue the work of an adult literacy training program that features training of volunteer tutors to teach basic reading, writing, and computational skills, to illiterate and learning disabled adults on a one -to -one basis. The range of activities includes 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. On -site tutoring will also be increased. CDBG funds support the administrative staff to recruit and train hundreds of volunteer tutors. The programs will enhance basic literacy instruction by hiring a reading consultant to 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 275 very low, low & moderate - income clients 4.2 FRAMNIGHAM ADULT ESL PLUS PROJECT $ 21,500 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESL PROGRAM SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 21,500 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 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 by helping them prepare for their GED, Citizenship Preparation classes, and the job market; and to teach them about 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 75 very low, low & moderate - income clients 4.3 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS SUMMER WORK PROGRAM $ 21,900 SPONSOR: COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS ACTION TEAM/FRAM. COALITION SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 21,900 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 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 for two, two and a half week sessions in which teens will learn the importance of responsibility and investing in their community while developing landscaping, general clean up, painting, and maintenance skills; and working 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 two adults who have numerous years of experience working with youth in both a school and community setting. The programs will involve orientation and in later phase 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 SPONSOR: RESILIENCY FOR LIFE $ 3,900 Town Meeting 212 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 3,900 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 Funding is being requested to provide an intervention program serving under - achieving at -risk students at Framingham High School. The mission is to take students most at risk of academic failure, truancy, and delinquency and help them develop the skills and confidence they need to turn around their education and lives. Specific responsibilities' for the position currently include academic monitoring of classroom expectations and homework, assembling progress reports, dealing with disciplinary situations, individual tutoring, and counseling services. 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 in July 2012, from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Incoming freshmen who need math and writing support will be referred into the program. Math programs will focus on important elements of Algebra I to facilitate a smooth transition to Stn grade math. Students will learn the essential tools of algebra, linear systems, functions and equations, matrices, and polynomial functions. English skills will focus on developing an analytical essay, reading and discussing 2 required summer reading selections, grammar, and vocabulary decoding skills. The MCAS and SAT prep classes, which meet in the spring, will prepare clients for these standardized tests. Performance Target: Up to 50 very low, low & moderate - income clients 4.5 H.O.P.E. (HEALTHY OPTIONS FOR PROGRESS THROUGH EDUCATION) $ 8,300 SPONSOR: PELHAM II CORPORATION SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 8,300 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 H.O.P.E. is requesting funding for their on -site community -based program, which is geared toward 15 -21 year old youth residing at the Pelham Apartments. H.O.P.E. provides these youth with access to computer technology that allows them to achieve academic success and obtain better jobs. H.O.P.E. provides one -on -one mentoring, community engagement, healthcare information, and other social services that improve the quality of life for themselves and their families. Students may earn a monthly stipend through their documented work in a community agency related to their coursework. Monthly field trips to educational, cultural, and science institutions will be determined by the student's interests. The proposed program will be conducted during the evening hours of 6:00 — 9:00pm. Concerted outreach efforts will be made to Hispanic and African American youth to ensure participation. A family night will be offered once per month where student progress will be reported to the parent(s) or legal guardian(s). The funds will directly pay the part-time program coordinator, program supplies, and costs associated with weekly programs and instructions and related materials. Performance Target: Up to 30 very low, low & moderate - income clienteles 4.6 M.A.P.S. SOCIAL SERVICE REFERRAL PROGRAM $ 3,900 SPONSOR: MASS. ALLIANCE OF PORTUGUESE SPEAKERS SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 3,900 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 M.A.P.S. is requesting funding for their social service referral program, which is geared toward Portuguese - speaking residents. M.A.P.S. helps provide clients with access to health insurance and other social services that improve the quality of life for themselves and their families. Town Meeting 213 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Performance Target: Up to 100 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 SOUTH FRAMINGHAM THAT SERVE LOCAL RESIDENTS. 5.1 SOUTH FRAMINGHAM MAIN STREETS PROGRAM $ 30,000 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM DOWNTOWN RENAISSANCE (FDR) SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT PROGRAM INCOME: $ 30,000 $ 0 FDR seeks partial funding to start a South Framingham Main Streets program for the Town's historic business district and surrounding residential neighborhoods in which 66% of residents have low or moderate - incomes. Funds will pay for staff that will provide marketing or other technical assistance to firms that serve neighborhood residents as well as small businesses owned by low or moderate - income people. Performance Target: Up to 5 small, local businesses that serve clientele from low - moderate income areas and two marketing events. 5.2 COMMERCIAL FAI 'ADE RENOVATION LOAN PROGRAM $ 30,000 SPONSOR: FRAMINGHAM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT $ 30,000 PROGRAM INCOME: $ 0 Funding is requested to provide capital for loans to help small businesses located in the Framingham Commercial Revitalization District to install new signage and improve their building facades. Performance Target: Up to 5 local businesses that serve clientele from low- moderate income areas and two marketing events. 5.3 COMMERCIAL FAI 'ADE DESIGN STANDARDS SPONSOR: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT SOURCES OF FUNDS: ENTITLEMENT GRANT PROGRAM INCOME: $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 0 Funding is requested to pay for the preparation of architectural design standards for facade and building renovations in Framingham's Commercial Revitalization District. Performance Target: 1 design study CDBG GRAND TOTAL, Fiscal 2013: $474,271 Town Meeting 214 Town of Framingham ARTICLE 5 2012 Annual Town Report Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 24, 2012 Voted: Whereas, corporations should not be considered natural persons with constitutional rights equal to the rights of real people; Whereas, corporations are created by the people and are subject to regulation by the people; Whereas, the present system of campaign financing is dramatically diluting the voice of Americans who do not control a large corporate treasury by enabling anonymous corporate super -PACs to overwhelm voters and threaten public officials with massive negative campaign advertising; Whereas, it is not in the interest of our democratic form of government that corporations be able to make any campaign contributions or election expenditures; Whereas, the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United v FEC presents a serious and direct threat to our democracy; Whereas, Congress and the States have the power to regulate campaign finances; Therefore, be it resolved that the Town of Framingham calls upon the Great and General Court of the Commonwealth to support a resolution requesting Congress to pass and send to the States for ratification a constitutional amendment to give Congress and the States the power to regulate and set reasonable limits on all election contributions and expenditures, including a candidate's own spending, and to authorize the establishment of political committees to receive, spend and publicly disclose the sources of those contributions and expenditures. ARTICLE 6 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money to settle matters of pending litigation and approve said settlement(s) pursuant to Article II, Sec. 1.4 of the General Bylaws. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 25, 2012 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 7 Town Meeting 215 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws to create a New Article VIII, Section 7 — Pawnbrokers, as appears in the background materials in the Warrant booklet. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen April 25, 2012 Voted: This article failed. ARTICLE 7 -ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS April 25, 2012 Passed: " I move that Town Meeting vote to not refer Article 7 /Proposed Pawnbroker Bylaw back to the Sponsor. Approval of not referring this article back will allow Town Meeting Members to discuss and vote on the article as presented. Peter Pleshaw, Precinct 11 April 25, 2012 Not Voted: " I move that the Town vote to refer this Article back to the Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor." Kevin P. Crotty, Precinct 7 April 25, 2012 Failed: " I move that Town Meeting vote to refer Article 7 to the Government Study Committee for further review, evaluation and action." George Dixon, Precinct 3 April 25, 2012 Failed: " I move to table Article 7 until May 1 so that the sponsor can make a presentation." Mark Lamkin, Precinct 1 ARTICLE 8 To see if the Town will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning By -law by deleting the existing Section IV.M. in its entirety and replacing it with a new Section IV.M. Open Space Residential Development By- law to read as presented in the background information of the Warrant submitted to Annual Town Meeting. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board Town Meeting 216 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report April 25, 2012 Voted: That this article be referred back to the Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 9 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain, temporary and permanent easements and other interests in land for the construction, use, maintenance, repair and placement of structures in connection with the Central Street Bridge Over Sudbury River Project, said easements and other interests in land being shown on a plan entitled "Framingham Central Street Over Sudbury River" included in the background materials; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen 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 and Department of Public Works April 25, 2012 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain certain temporary and permanent easements and other interests in land as shown on a plan entitled "Framingham Central Street Over Sudbury River" included in the background materials, and that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this article. ARTICLE 10 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain certain temporary and permanent easements in connection with the Cochituate Rail Trail Project, said easements being shown as "X- TE -1 ", "X- TE -2 ", "X- TE -4 ", "X- TE -5 ", "X- TE -6 ", "X- TE -7 ", and "X -E -1" on a plan entitled "Preliminary Right- of -Way Cochituate Rail Trail Project" dated February 2012, included in the background materials; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen to take any and all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this Article; Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen and Department of Public Works April 25, 2012 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain certain temporary construction easements and a permanent roadway easement in connection with the Cochituate Rail Trail Project, said easements being shown as "X- TE -1 ", "X- TE -2 ", "X- TE -4 ", "X- TE -5 ", "X- TE -6 ", "X- TE -7 ", and "X -E -1" on a plan entitled "Preliminary Right- of -Way Cochituate Rail Trail Project" dated April 2012, included in the background materials; and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take any and all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this Article. ARTICLE 10 -ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS April 24, 2012 Passed: "I move that the DPW present a traffic flow plan to town meeting in the fall of 2012 detailing the traffic impacts and traffic management plans for Saxonville during the construction projects scheduled for the next 3 years." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3 Town Meeting 217 Town of Framingham ARTICLE 11 2012 Annual Town Report To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain certain permanent easements on the property located at 301 Howard Street, Framingham, Massachusetts, said easements being shown as "PSE -HI ", "PDE -H1 ", and "PSE -H2" on a plan entitled "Easement Plan 301 Howard Street Framingham, Mass." dated April 7, 2011, included in the background materials; and further to raise and appropriate, borrow, or transfer a sum of money for said purpose; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen to take any and all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this article; Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen and Department of Public Works April 26, 2012 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift, purchase or eminent domain certain permanent easements on the property located at 301 Howard Street, Framingham, Massachusetts, said easements being shown as "PSE -HI ", "PED -H1 ", and PSE -H2" on a plan entitled "Easement Plan 301 Howard Street Framingham, Mass." dated April 7, 2011, included in the background materials; and further, to raise and appropriate, borrow, or transfer a sum of $25,000 for said purpose; and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take any and all actions necessary to carry out the purposes of this Article. ARTICLE 12 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift a permanent drainage easement at 354 Waverly Street, said easement being shown as "Proposed 30' Wide Drain Easement" on a plan entitled "Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center 354 Waverly Street Framingham, MA" dated September 16, 2011, prepared by Kelly Engineering Group, Inc., included in the background materials; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen 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 and Department of Public Works April 26, 2012 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift a permanent drainage easement at 354 Waverly Street as printed under Article 12 of the Warrant for this Town Meeting. ARTICLE 13 To see if the town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift a permanent easement for sidewalk purposes at 900 -904 Edgell Road, at the corner of Edgell Road and Edmands Road, as shown on a plan entitled "Sidewalk Easement Exhibit, TD Bank, NA, 900 and 904 Edgell Road, Lots 3 & 3A, Map 410, Town of Framingham, Middlesex County, Commonwealth of Massachusetts ", prepared by Control Point Associates, Inc., dated October 20, 2011, 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 raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds a sum of money for said purpose and related expenses. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Town Meeting 218 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Sponsor: Board of Selectmen and Department of Public Works April 26, 2012 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift a permanent easement for sidewalk purposes at 900 -904 Edgell Road, as described in the warrant article, 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 14 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to release, terminate, or otherwise dispose of an easement shown as "Drain Easement" on a plan entitled "Plan Showing Location of Easement for Drain through Land of R.H. Long Realty & Investment Co., H. Verne & Marjorie M. Peloquin, Long Avenue Extension Framingham, Mass." dated March, 1953, a copy of which is included in the background materials; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift a permanent drainage easement from Rimark, LLC shown as "Proposed 20' Wide Drainage Easement" on a plan entitled "Plan of Land of 104 Long Avenue in Framingham, MA Prepared for Rimark, LLC", dated February 22, 2012, 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 in relation thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen and Department of Public Works April 26, 2012 Voted: That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to partially release, terminate or otherwise dispose of an easement shown as "Drain Easement" on a plan entitled "Plan Showing Location of Easement for Drain through Land of R.H. Long Realty & Investment Co., H. Verne & Marjorie M. Peloquin, Long Avenue Extension Framingham, Mass." Dated March, 1953, a copy of which is included in the background materials; and further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire by gift a permanent drainage easement from Rimark, LLC shown as "Proposed 20' Wide Drainage Easement" on a plan entitled "Plan of Land of 104 Long Avenue in Framingham, MA Prepared for Rimark, LLC", dated February 22, 2012, 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. ARTICLE 15 To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Park and Recreation Commission to enter into a lease with the Perry Trust for a term of not more than ninety nine years, for a parcel of land containing six acres, more or less, situated at 21 Edgebrook Road, said parcel to be used for recreational purposes, on such terms and conditions as the Park and Recreation Commission shall determine to be appropriate, and further to authorize the Park and Recreation Commission 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: Parks & Recreation Commission April 26, 2012 Voted: That the Park and Recreation Commission be authorized to enter into a lease with the Perry Trust for a term of not more than ninety nine years and on such terms and conditions as the Park and Recreation Commission shall determine to be appropriate, for a parcel of land containing six acres, more or less, situated at 21 Edgebrook Road, said parcel to be used for recreational Town Meeting 219 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report purposes and to be kept in its naturally wooded state; and further, that the Park and Recreation Commission and Town Officers be authorized to take all actions to carry out the purposes of this article. ARTICLE 16 To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws as follows: Article I, Section 5, Paragraph 5.13 - Insert the following: The Town Clerk shall update the tables in Section 1 of this Article as Officers, Boards, and Committees are created or deleted by vote of Town Meeting or the Selectmen. In addition any Officer, Board, or Commission required by State statute shall be included. Article X, Section 1, Paragraph 4 - In the second sentence delete the words "is authorized to" and in their place insert the word "shall". Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Government Study Committee April 26, 2012 Voted: That the General Bylaws, Article 1, Section 5.13 be amended by deleting the existing words and adding new words as described in the warrant article. Further, that the General Bylaws, Article X, Section 1 be amended by deleting existing words and adding a new word as described in the warrant article. Approved by the Attorney General on August 10, 2012 ARTICLE 16 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS April 26, 2012 Passed: "Article 16 Amendment - I move to amend the motion by adding the following: In Article I, Section 1.1 change the title of the following officials as listed in the first box of the motion for Article 42: From: To: Town Assessors Chief Assessor Purchasing Agent Chief Procurement Officer Building Commissioner Building Commissioner /Inspectional Services Director Planning Director Community and Economic Development Director Town Engineer Chief Engineer and add the following entries as listed in the last box of the motion for Article 42 with the last line omitted:" Media Service Director Appointed Town Manager Three Years Capital Building Projects Appointed Town Manager Three Years Manager Human Services Policy and Appointed Town Manager Three Years Program Coordinator Town Meeting 220 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Licensing Administrator Appointed Town Manager Three Years Planning Board Associate Member Appointed Board of Selectmen and Planning Board One Year Town Historian Appointed Board of Selectmen Indefinite Joel Winett, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 17 To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws: Article II - Functions and Authority of Permanent Officers, Boards and Committees of Town & Article IV - Personnel Bylaw as included in the background material of the Annual Town Meeting Warrant booklet. Sponsor: Government Study Committee April 26, 2012 Voted: That the General Bylaws be amended as follows: Bylaws Article II Amend the General Bylaws, Article II, Section 17, Paragraph 17.3.7 as it relates to the Technology Services Department as follows: Delete the words "Personnel Board" and insert the words "Human Resources Director" in their place. Bylaws Article IV Further, that the General Bylaws, Article IV, Personnel Bylaw be amended as follows: Section 7. Personnel Board and Human Resources Director Delete the words "and Human Resources Director" from the title of this section. Number the section titled `By -Law Administration as paragraph 7.1 Number the section titled "Personnel Records Access and Maintenance" as paragraph 7.2 Add a new paragraph 7.3 titled "Classification Plan" with the following wording: The Personnel Board may review from time to time, written definitions of the classes in the Classification Plan, and may suggest to the Town Manager, amendments to each including statements describing the kind of work, the distinguishing features of the work and such illustrative examples of duties as may be deemed appropriate as well as placements in the appropriate class and grade. The Town Manager may accept or reject the Personnel Board's suggested changes to the Classification Plan pursuant to Section 7(a) of Chapter 27 of the Acts of 1996 ( "Town Manager Act "). Proposed changes to the Classification Plan proposed by the Town Manager shall be presented to Town Meeting for review and approval. The Personnel Board shall comment to Town Meeting upon such changes proposed by the Town Manager. Add a new paragraph 7.4 titled "Pay Plan" with the following wording: At the request of the Town Manager, the Personnel Board may conduct studies of general pay rates in the area, in comparable municipalities, in the state, and in comparable positions outside the service of the Town Meeting 221 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Town. The Personnel Board shall consider such other factors as the change in the cost of living index and any other factors which in the opinion of the Personnel Board may affect the general economic situation. The Town Manager may accept or reject any recommendations of the Personnel Board pursuant to Section 7(a) of the Town Manager Act. The Personnel Board shall report to Town Meeting on all proposed changes to the Pay Plan. Section 8. Continuing Review Delete the words "Continuing Review" from the title of Section 8 and insert the words "Human Resources Director" in their place. Delete the text in the current Section 8 Renumber and move current Section 7.1 and sub - paragraphs 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 to be 8.1, 8.1.1 and 8.1.2 respectively. Section 9. Class definitions In the first sentence, delete the words "Personnel Board" and insert in their place the words "Human Resources Director ". Approved by the Attorney General on August 10, 2012 ARTICLE 17 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS April 26, 2012 Passed: "With regard to amending the General Bylaws, Article IV, Section 7: This motion is to amend the fourth paragraph to the following language: "At each consecutive three calendar year cycle the term of service for two members shall expire on June 30 of the first year of the cycle, the term of service for two members shall expire on June 30 of the second year of the cycle; and the term of service for one member shall expire on June 30 of the third year of said cycle." Yael Steinsaltz, Precinct 11 ARTICLE 18 To see of the Town will vote to adopt Section 20 of Chapter 32B of the Massachusetts General Laws to establish an Other Post Employment Benefits (OPEB) Liability Trust Fund. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer April 26, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting accept Section 20 of Chapter 32B of the Massachusetts General Laws to establish an Other Post Employment Benefits Trust Fund and designate the Treasurer /Collector as the Trustee. ARTICLE 19 Town Meeting 222 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand and 00 /100 Dollars ($150,000.00) to establish a Litigation Contingency Fund for use with respect to any judicial, administrative or regulatory proceeding for which legal costs to the Town exceed Twenty Five Thousand and 00 /100 Dollars ($25,000.00), provided that the Board of Selectmen and the Finance Committee are kept apprised of expenditures from such contingency fund as they occur. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 2, 2012 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide the sum of One Hundred Fifty Thousand and 00 /100 Dollars ($150,000.00) to establish a litigation contingency fund for use with respect to any judicial, administrative or regulatory proceeding for which legal costs to the Town exceed Twenty Five Thousand and 00 /100 Dollars ($25,000.00), provided that the Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee and Ways and Means are kept apprised of expenditures from such contingency fund as they occur. Provided further, that once any case receives $100,000 in payments from such Litigation Contingency Fund, then Town Meeting approval for further funding for such case shall be required. ARTICLE 19 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS May 2, 2012 Amendment offered but withdrawn by Dennis Paulsen, at the maker's request: " I move to amend Article 19 to include the following: That all expenditures of funds from the Major Litigation Contingency Fund must be reported to Town Meeting once the case on which the expenditure occurred. Said report shall include a brief explanation as to why the expenditure was necessary." Dennis Paulsen, Precinct 9 ARTICLE 20 To see if the Town will vote to reimburse the Disability Commission for their portion of the Farm Pond Handicapped Playground project from performance bond proceeds related to that project. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 1, 2012 Voted: That $22,917 from Free Cash be transferred to the Disability Commission appropriation for expenditure by the Disability Commission. ARTICLE 21 To see if the Town will vote to fund any collective bargaining agreements that have been settled, and adopt any necessary changes to the Pay Schedules for Fiscal Year 2013. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Town Meeting 223 Town of Framingham Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer 2012 Annual Town Report May 1, 2012 Voted: That the Town approve the following Collective Bargaining Agreements that have been settled with Town employees: Library SEIU Local 888 Fire Deputy Chiefs Local 1652 Public Works & Parks /Recreation Supervisors Local 1116 Further, that the Town amend the Pay Schedules of the Town by striking the following pay schedules: Schedule L — Library Schedule FDC — Fire Deputy Chiefs Schedule 1116 — Public Works & Pars /Recreation Supervisors And, adopting in their place the proposed pay schedules effective July 1, 2010 — June 30, 2011 (FYI 1); July 1, 2011— June 30, 2012 (FY12) and July 1, 2012 — June 30, 2013 (FY13); as attached. Schedule L — Library Schedule FDC — Fire Deputy Chiefs Schedule 116 — Public Works & Parks /Recreation Supervisors ARTICLE 22 To see if the Town will vote to adopt amended salary schedules for non -union personnel (M) and Division Head (DH) classifications. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 1, 2012 Voted: That this article be referred back to Sponsor with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 23 To see if the Town will vote to adopt for Fiscal Year 2013, the pay plans as listed: Schedule M — Municipal Employees Schedule T — Temporary Employees Schedule DH — Division Heads Schedule PSM — Public Safety Management Schedule LO — Library Pages Schedule DPS — Dispatchers Schedule FF — Firefighters Schedule FDC — Deputy Fire Chiefs Schedule L — Library Schedule PS — Police Superiors Schedule PD — Police Officers Schedule PW — Public Works Supervisors Schedule V — Crossing Guards Schedule W —General Local 1156 Schedule WH — Police and Fire Mechanics Town Meeting 224 Town of Framingham Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer 2012 Annual Town Report May 1, 2012 Voted: That the Town adopt the following Salary Schedules of the Town effective for FY 13 (July 1, 2012 — June 30, 2013): Schedule M Municipal Employees (37.5 hour) Schedule M Municipal Employees (40 hour) Schedule T Temporary Seasonal Schedule DH Division Heads Schedule PSM Public Safety Management Schedule LO Library Pages Schedule DPS Dispatchers Public Safety Schedule FF Firefighters Schedule PS Police Superior Officers Schedule PD Police Local 474 Schedule V Crossing Guards Schedule W General Local 1156 (Public Works) Schedule W General Local 1156 (Parks and Recreation) ARTICLE 24 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 '/2 for Fiscal Year 2013 beginning July 1, 2012, including but not limited to the following: A) Town Owned Building Civic Use (Maynard Building) Fund; B) Town Owned Building Civic Use Fund; C) Town Owned Building Civic Use (Cushing Chapel) Fund; D) Concert on the Common Fund; E) School Bus Fees Fund; F) Pavement Management Fund; G) Town Wetland Protection Fund; H) Vaccine Administration Fund I) Fluorescent Lamp/Mercury Recycling Fund J) Town Records Preservation Fund K) Callahan Senior Center Fund L) Emergency Management Equipment Fund M) Animal Control Fund Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 1, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting authorize or re- authorize several revolving funds as defined by MGL, Chapter 44, Section 53E '/2 for FY13 beginning July 1, 2012, including but not limited to the following: Town Meeting 225 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Fund Manager Purpose FY13 Disposition of Spending FY12 Fund Ceifin Balance Town Owned Building Services To receive funds from rental fees and other $20,000 Balance Building /Civic Department of the similar charges for the use of the Jonathan available for Use Fund - General Maynard Building and to authorize the Building expenditure Maynard Government Services Department to spend these funds for Building Division direct expenses associated with the general maintenance of this building such as custodial direct expenses associated with the general maintenance of this building such as custodial costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. Town Owned Building Services To receive funds from rental fees and other $90,000 Balance Building /Civic Department of the similar charges for the use of the Danforth and available for Use Fund - General Memorial Buildings and to authorize the expenditure Danforth and Government Building Services Department to spend these Memorial Division funds for direct expenses associated with the Buildings general maintenance of these buildings such as custodial costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. Town Owned Building Services To receive funds from rental fees and other $20,000 Balance Building /Civic Department of the similar charges for the use of Cushing Chapel available for Use Fund - General and to authorize the Building Services expenditure Cushing Chapel Government Department to spend these funds for direct Division expenses associated with the general maintenance of these buildings such as custodial costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. Town Owned Parks and To receive funds from the sale of food and other $4,000 Balance Building /Civic Recreation similar charges during Concerts on the Common available for Use Fund - Department of the and to authorize the Parks and Recreation expenditure Concerts on the Parks and Department to spend these funds for direct Common Recreation expenses associated with the sale of food and Division other concert- related charges such as staff costs, utilities, maintenance supplies and other similar expenses. School Bus Framingham To receive and spend funds for direct expenses $380,000 Balance Fees School Committee associated with the transportation of students to available for -School and from school. expenditure Department Town Wetland Conservation To receive and spend funds to pay services $28,000 Balance Protection Fund Commission associated with processing Permits and Requests available for for Determination expenditure Excavation Department of To account for revenue from fees generated by $75,000 Balance Management Public Works Town of Framingham's Street Opening Permit available for Fund and if approved by Town Meeting, fees expenditure associated with the Excavation Management program. The intent of this revolving fund is to retain the revenue generated there from within Town Meeting 226 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report an account, that the Department of Public Works may access, as needed, for the administrative and operational costs associated with the management of this program. Vaccine Board of Health To use funds secured from reimbursements from $27,000 Balance Administration any insurance carrier, public or private, and available for Fund payments received from residents or non- expenditure residents for any vaccine administered to all individuals who are served by the Framingham Board of Health. The funds will be used to buy additional vaccines and supplies and ancillary services needed to maintain the Town's clinic demands, clinical, preventative and health education programs for the Board of Health which may include, but not be limited to vaccine storage and handling and volunteer training in pandemic preparedness and emergency response. Fluorescent Department of To use funds secured from the cost to dispose of $5,000 Balance Lamp/Mercury Public Works Fluorescent lamps, compact fluorescents and available for Recycling other mercury containing items like expenditure thermometers, thermostats and button -cell batteries to offset the costs of disposal. In addition, we will encourage the proper disposal of these regulated items at or by a certified vendor using the correct containers. Town Records Town Clerk To use funds secured from vital records charges $34,000 Balance Preservation to preserve deteriorating records of the Town of available for Framingham. A specific charge of $2 per record expenditure is collected and will be deposited in this fund to be used for record preservation. Callahan Senior Council on Aging To use fees and revenues received from building $25,000 Center rental, programming, and general services. The funds would be expended to cover associated costs and expenses of those services and for the advancement of Council on Aging's established mission statement. All expenditures would be compliant with MGL Chapters 44 section 53E1/2. Said expenditures shall be made by the Council on Aging and its professional staff and under the general direction of the Division Manager. Balance available for expenditure Town Meeting 227 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Emergency Framingham The revolving account is needed to collect fees $3,500 Balance Management Emergency assessed to NERAC (Northeast Regional available for Equipment Management Advisory Council for Homeland Security) expenditure Agency communities for the use of centrally housed equipment for emergent situations. The monies collected will be used to provide upkeep and maintenance on the equipment in the cache. Animal Control Animal Control To use fees collected from boarding animals and $4,500 Balance Department kennel rental fees for the purpose of offsetting available for kennel operating costs. Expenses include expenditure veterinary care, rabies clinics, and rabies testing, equipment purchase and office supplies. ARTICLE 24 — ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS May 1, 2012 Passed: "I move that the CFO report the fund balance on all revolving funds and other funds not part of a department at the Fall 2012 Town Meeting." Joel Winett, Precinct 7 ARTICLE 25 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 in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 1, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting authorize payment of the following unpaid bills of prior years of the Town. These bills are to be paid from the FY 2012 departmental budget in which they were incurred. Parks & Recreation Department American Engineering & Testing, Inc. $341.25 MCI Communication Service $321.69 Building Services Department NSTAR Electric $24.85 Public Works Department —Snow and Ice Gioioso & Sons $2,025.00 ARTICLE 26 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). Town Meeting 228 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 1, 2012 Voted: That the Town appropriate the following sums of money received for off -site mitigation improvements or as otherwise agreed upon by the Town of Framingham Planning Board and Project Applicants pursuant to recorded Planning Board decision(s) to be managed by the Planning Board and consistent with said decision(s). $3,500.00 received from Cumberland Farms, 730 Cochituate Road for off -site mitigation to be expended for other work identified in the Technology Park Infrastructure Plan adopted by the Planning Board dated December 15, 2011. $13,500.00 received from Genzyme, 47 New York Avenue for off -site mitigation to be expended for off - site traffic, pedestrian, lighting and streetscape improvements within the Technology Park adopted by the Planning Board dated November 17, 2011. $25,000.00 received from Dennison Bishop, LLC, 4 Bishop Street for off -site mitigation to be expended for the improvement of neighborhood amenities adopted by the Planning Board decisions dated December 17, 2002 and June 17, 2003. Further, that $5,000 received from Franchi Management Company for Brimstone Estates be transferred to the Conservation Trust Fund for management of open space as specified in condition 34 of the special permit and article 37 of the subdivision approval. ARTICLE 27 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 2012 (July 1, 2011 — June 30, 2012) and to see what budgets for Fiscal Year 2012 will be reduced to offset said appropriations. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 1, 2012 Voted: That the following FY2012 budget adjustments be made: Transfer $471,026 from the Miscellaneous /Unclassified Division — Group Health Insurance budget as follows: $45,000 to the General Government Division /Building Services Department $48,000 to the General Government Division/Town Manager -Board of Selectmen budget $161,588 to the Fire Department budget $158,000 to the Debt Service /Interest on Abatements budget $31,318 to the Library budget $16,829 to the Public Works Division $10,291 to the Parks & Recreation Division ARTICLE 28 Town Meeting 229 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 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 2012 (July 1, 2011 — June 30, 2012) and to see what budgets for Fiscal Year 2012 will be reduced to offset said appropriations. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 2, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to appropriate $913,489 from FYI certified retained earnings to the FYI Water Enterprise Operating Budget. ARTICLE 29 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 2012 (July 1, 2011 — June 30, 2012) and to see what budgets for Fiscal Year 2012 will be reduced to offset said appropriations. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 2, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to appropriate $220,000 from FYI certified retained earnings to the FY 12 Sewer Enterprise Operating Budget. ARTICLE 30 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 in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 2, 2012 Voted: That the following authorized, but unissued balances of Town borrowing votes be rescinded: Town Meeting Article /Project Name Amount to be rescinded 04/08 ATM A44C Main Library Renovations $875 04/08 ATM A44G Police Locker Room $858 04/08 ATM A44Q Permits, License Inspection $381 04/08 ATM A46T Pond Street Water Replacement Design $175 04/08 ATM A46C Pershing Ave Water Construction $438,750 04/08 ATM A47F Cove Area Sewer Main Replacement $700 04/09 ATM A39CC Brick Wall Fuller School $649 04/09 ATM A4 1B 15 GVW Body $25 05110 ATM A24R ADA Upgrades $32 05110 ATM A24X Municipal Data Storage Upgrade $20 05110 STM A8 Recycling Bins $100,000 Town Meeting 230 Town of Framingham ARTICLE 31 2012 Annual Town Report 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 various capital projects including purchase of equipment, purchase of land, repair, rehabilitation, design or construction of buildings and infrastructure. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 3, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or borrow the sum of $6,918,002 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 spent under his direction as long as the total amount to spent does not exceed the total amount appropriated and that such adjustments are in compliance with MGL, Chapter 44 for the purpose of the design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services: Item # Description Department Amount Date Voted Vote A31A Library Handicapped Ramp Library $425,000 5/3/12 125 -1 -0 Construction A31B Design Study for Library Renovation Library $40,000 5/3/12 124 -2 -0 A31C Replace Fire Engine 1 Fire $550,000 5/3/12 99 -30 -6 A31D Parking Meter Update Phase 2 Building Services $53,468 5/3/12 FAILED 53 -71 -11 A31E Town Buildings Security Updates Building Services $59,951 5/3/12 118 -17 -3 A31F Playground Fiber Mulch Safety Parks and Recreation $29,550 5/3/12 122 -22 -5 Surfacing Replacement Phase 1 A316 F350 4x4 Maintenance Body Parks and Recreation $45,411 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31H Loring Arena Infrastructure Repair Parks and Recreation $65,433 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 and Replacement A3 11 Emergency Generator Upgrade Phase Police $53,560 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 1 A31J Sidewalk/Accessibility DPW — Highway $150,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 Improvements 2013 A31K 15,000 GVW 4WD Cab and Chassis DPW — Highway $66,672 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 with Dump Body and Plow #416 A31L 4WD Cab and Chassis with Platform DPW — Highway $66,305 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 Body, Lift Gate and Plow #409 A31M Roadway Improvements 2013 DPW — Highway $2,500,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31N 40,000 GVW 4WD Cab & Chassis DPW — Highway $225,697 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 w/ Dump Body, Snowplow, Sander & Underbody Scraper #442 A310 72,000 GVW Cab & Chassis with 31 DPW — Sanitation $259,500 5/3/12 118 -15 -4 CY Refuse Packer & Snow Plow 511 A31P 3.5 CY Front End Loader and Plow DPW — Sanitation $205,527 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 #521 A31Q Replace Rooftop AHU's and School Department $300,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 Ventilation Equipment - Multiple Schools — Phase 2 A31R Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing School Department $150,000 5/3/12 120 -10 -1 Upgrades — All Schools — Multiple Systems - Phase 1 A31 S ADA Upgrades to Curbs, Sidewalks School Department $300,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 and Handicap Ramps — Multiple Schools — Phase 2 Town Meeting 231 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Item # Description Department Amount Date Voted Vote A3 IT Technology Upgrades Throughout District — Phase 2 School Department $500,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31 U Paving Replacement/Storm Water Study School Department $35,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31 V Study for Building Construction at Fuller/Farle School Department $190,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31 W DDC Energy Conservation Program — Phase 6 School Department $300,000 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31X Cisco UCM Upgrade Technology Services $34,836 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31Y Virtual Environment Replacement Technology Services $69,895 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31Z Archived Document Scanning — Phase 1 Technology Services $27,635 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31AA Pearl Street Garage Repairs Town Owned Buildings $233,911 5/3/12 FAILED 56 -60 -8 A31BB Memorial Building Fire Supression Design Town Owned Buildings $50,000 5/3/12 83 -26 -1 A31CC Village Hall Boiler Replacement Town Owned Buildings $83,030 5/2/12 134 -0 -0 A31DD Maynard Building Drainage Project Town Owned Buildings $135,000 5/3/12 84 -17 -8 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 meeting said appropriations, $363,687 will be appropriated from free cash to fund a portion of the item Technology Upgrades throughout School District Phase 2 and the Treasurer is authorized, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to issue from time to time bonds or notes in the amount of $6,554,315 pursuant to the provisions of MGL, Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 133 voting in favor, 2 opposed, 0 absentions. 04/07 ATM Sucker Brook Design $21,329 Library Design Study for Handicapped Ramp 04/08 ATM Saxonville Le $6,070 Roadway Improvements 04/09 ATM 15k GVW Dump Truck $17,265 15,000 GVW 4WD Cab & Chassis w/ #414 Dump Body & Plow #415 04/09 ATM Mechanical $4,199 15,000 GVW 4WD Cab & Chassis w/ Dump Body & Plow #415 And to meet said appropriation, $100,000 will be appropriated from free cash and the Treasurer is authorized, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to issue from time to time bonds or notes in the amount of $8,022,550 pursuant to the provisions of MGL, Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 121 voting in favor, 1 opposed. ARTICLE 31 — ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS May 3, 2012 Failed: "The Capital Budget Committee moves that item A3 1E, Town Owned Building Security Updates, be amended to $48,478." Town Meeting 232 Town of Framingham William McCarthy, Precinct 10 ARTICLE 32 2012 Annual Town Report To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of the design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel, and legal services, of the following water projects, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and /or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects: Other water projects as set forth in the background materials; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain, permanent easements and temporary construction easements or other interests in land for said projects and as further described 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 in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 8, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow the sum of $5,544,779 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 MGL, Chapter 44, for the purpose of the design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services of the following Water Department projects, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and /or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects: Irving, Loring and Herbert Street Intersection Water Improvements — Construction Water $1,795,000 Acquisition 11,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Plow #615 Water $56,152 Beebe Water Storage Tanks Upgrade Construction Project Water $3,214,000 Acquisition 15,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Automatic Gate 'Turner #608 Water $79,627 Water Hydrant and Gate Valve Replacements 2013 Water $200,000 Water Main Replacement Various Locations 2013 Water $200,000 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 to meet said appropriation, $3,410 will be transferred from the following Capital Projects to fund item Irving, Loring and Herbert Street Intersection Water Improvements Construction. 4 /07ATM A40M Electronic Message Board And to meet said appropriation, $535,779 will be transferred from retained earnings to fund items: Acquisition of a 11,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Plow 4615, Acquisition of a 15,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Automatic Gate Turner 4608, Water Hydrant and Gate Valves Replacement 2013, Water Main Replacement Various Locations 2013; and further, that the Treasurer is Town Meeting 233 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report authorized, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to issue from time to time bond or notes in the amount of $5,005,590 pursuant to the provisions of MGL, Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 136 voting in favor, l opposed, 3 abstentions. ARTICLE 33 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow a sum of money for the purpose of the design and construction, including related engineering, personnel, and legal services, of the following sewer projects, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and /or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects: Other sewer projects as set forth in the background materials; and further to authorize the Board of Selectmen to acquire by gift, purchase, or eminent domain, permanent easements and temporary construction easements or other interests in land for said projects and as further described 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 in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 8, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow the sum of $8,047,951 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 MGL, Chapter 44, for the purpose of the design and construction, including any related engineering, personnel and legal services of the following Sewer Department projects, and the acquisition of any necessary permanent and /or temporary easements or other interests in land for said projects: Wastewater Back -Up Systems Upgrades Sewer $550,000 Acquisition of a 15,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck w/ Plow $721 Sewer $62,228 Acquisition of a 4WD HD Cab & Chassis w/ Pickup Body & Snow Plow #725 Sewer $45,374 Acquisition of a 40,000 GVW Cab $ Chassis w/ Dump Body & Snow Plow #732 Sewer $225,697 Hancock Lane Pump Station Elimination Project Design and Construction Sewer $805,500 East Framingham Sewer Improvements Project and Central Street Siphon/Sudbury River Sewer $2,400,000 Sewer Main Replacement Various Locations Sewer $250,000 Acquisition of a 11,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Plow #704 Sewer $56,152 Irving, Herbert, Loring Sewer Construction Project Construction Sewer $2,475,000 Speen Street Interceptor Sewer Replacement Project Design and Construction Sewer $1,178,000 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 to meet said appropriation, $834 will be transferred from the following Capital Projects to fund item Hancock Lane Pump Station Elimination Project. 04 /09ATM A41C 4WD Utililty Body Electrician Truck Town Meeting 234 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report To meet said appropriation, $639,451 will be transferred from retained earnings to fund items: Acquisition of a 15,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Plow 4721, Acquisition of a 4WD HD Cab & Chassis with Pickup Body and Snowplow 4725, Acquisition of a 40,000 GVW Cab & Chassis with Dump Body and Snowplow 4732, Sewer Main Replacement Various Location 2013, Acquisition of a 11,000 GVW 4WD Utility Body Truck with Plow 4704; 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 $7,407,666 pursuant to the provisions of MGL, Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 144 voting in favor, 2 opposed, 0 abstentions. ARTICLE 34 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 2013 (July 1, 2012 — June 30, 2013). Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 8, 2012 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 2013 (July 1, 2012 — June 30, 2013). Unclassified $36,273,074 Retirement $13,794,409 Debt Service $10,444,271 Fire $12,597,841 Police $12,356,765 Public Works $9,092,556 Framingham Public Library $2,648,010 Planning Board $201,878 Town Clerk / Stipend $89,540 Town Clerk / Elections $356,852 General Government $3,072,584 Parks and Recreation / Cultural Affairs $3,283,126 Finance $1,937,934 Inspectional Services $835,280 Health Department $777,824 Community & Economic Development $421,899 Technology Services $1,319,484 Human Resources $698,364 Town Meeting 235 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Framingham Public Schools $96,600,030 Keefe Technical Assessment $8,431,068 Stabilization Fund $2,236,727 101 voting in favor, 16 opposed, 1 abstention. Reserve Fund $400,000 Snow & Ice $1,500,000 Total Town Meeting Appropriation $219,369,515 And to meet said appropriations, the Town approves the following to support the budget: Transfer from Free Cash $2,588,060 Transfer From Parking Meter Receipts $50,000 Transfer from Sewer Enterprise Fund Revenue $1,309,386 Transfer from Water Enterprise Fund Revenue $1,413,293 Transfer from Consumer and Merchant Protection Act Funds $5,000 And the balance to be raised from taxation. 108 voting in favor, 7 opposed, 4 abstentions. ARTICLE 34 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS May 9, 2012 Passed: " I move that at the Fall 2012 Town Meeting, the details of the OPEB trust account and the related implications and requirements be presented to Town Meeting." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3 May 9, 2012 Failed: "OPEB: Reduce amount by $411,354 to a new total of $1,088,646." Ted Anthony, Precinct 1 May 9, 2012 Failed: " I move that the $1,500,000 OPEB contribution proposed by the CFO be added to the stabilization fund. This $1,500,000 would be in addition to the CFO's recommended $2,236,727 stabilization fund, and would eliminate the OPEB contribution. William McCarthy, Precinct 10 May 9, 2012 Not accepted by the Moderator: " I move that Town Meeting support a 0% levy increase by reducing appropriations to the OPEB and stabilization fund line items." Scott Estes, Precinct 4 Town Meeting 236 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report May 9, 2012 Not accepted by the Moderator: "I move the overall tax levy for FY 13 be increased by no more than 1% as recommended by the Finance Committee, and further, that the CFO make adjustments to the budget to reflect the Finance Committee's recommendations. Ted Anthony, Precinct 1 May 9, 2012 Failed: "On behalf of the SCW &M, I move to reduce the $1.5m for OPEB to $0 as voted 4/30/12 6 -4 -0. Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Standing Committee on Ways and Means, Chair May 9, 2012 Failed: "In the interest of various potential outcomes from the line by line budget review, on the behalf of the SCW &M, I move to table the OPEB and stabilization fund budget items until after the snow and ice line item as voted 5/7/12 by a vote of 9 -2 -1. Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Standing Committee on Ways and Means, Chair May 9, 2012 Passed: On behalf of the SCW &M, I move that the Board of Selectmen request that our State Legislators file legislation to raise the State mandated age for retirement eligibility for health care benefits (from 55 years of age) to at least 62 years of age as voted by the SCW &M 5/9/12 8 -0 -0 Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Standing Committee on Ways and Means, Chair May 9, 2012 Failed: "I move that Article 34, FY13 general fund operating budget be referred back to Sponsor with an understanding that Town Meeting would like to lower R.E. taxes and present a level funded appropriation with a 3 '/2 percent (3.5 %) increase over last year approved appropriation of $209,558,694. 3.5% increase would be approximately $7,334,554 — an increase of TM voted appropriation for FY 13 to atotal of $216,893,248. Peter Pleshaw, Precinct 11 May 10, 2012 Not Accepted by the Moderator: "I make a motion that we disban the police SWAT team because of liability issues." Jim Rizoli, Precinct 14 Town Meeting 237 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report May 10, 2012 Failed: "Fire: Reduce amount by $109,356 to a new total of $12,488,485." Ted Anthony, Precinct 1 Larry Marsh, Finance Committee May 15, 2012 Passed: "I moved that the CFO provide a report at the 2012 Fall Town Meeting listing the following: a. For each special account for non -grant revenue received by non - departments, the amount accumulated in the special account over many years, but not yet expended. 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, Edgell Cemetery. (See Other Revenue Report 46 from the 2011 FTM) b. For Contributions Received for Special Purposes, the total amount of the contributions accumulated over many years, but not yet expended. (See Trusts & Agency Funds on Report 46 from the 2011 FTM) Joel Winett, Precinct 7 May 15, 2012 Voted: "On behalf of the SCW &M, I move that the Town Manager and Capital Projects Mgr. look into the Atheneium Hall and report back at the Fall 2012 Town Meeting as to what work it would require and what the estimated cost would be to obtain an occupancy permit. Voted 5/7/12 10 -0- 2 Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Standing Committee on Ways and Means, Chair May 15, 2012 Passed: "On behalf of the Standing Committee on Ways and Means, I move that the Board of Selectmen schedule the public participation agenda item at the beginning of the Board of Selectmen meetings." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Standing Committee on Ways and Means, Chair May 15, 2012 Failed: "On behalf of the SCW &M, I move that the request for two additional FTEs in the assessing budget be reduced to one FTE and the dollars for such be reduced from $123,000 to $61,750." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Standing Committee on Ways and Means, Chair May 16, 2012 Failed: "I move to reduce the appropriation of $336,049 for the Community & Economic Development Division to zero ($0.00)." Town Meeting 238 Town of Framingham Yaakov Cohn, Precinct 5 2012 Annual Town Report May 17, 2012 Failed: "The Finance Committee moves to reduce the line item Stabilization Fund from $2,236,727 to $1,825,373." Dan Lampl, Finance Committee Vice Chair ARTICLE 35 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 2013 (July 1, 2012 — June 30, 2013). Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 17, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to expend $16,061,691 in FY2013 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 the $16,061,691 be raised from water receipts. ARTICLE 36 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 2013 (July 1, 2012 — June 30, 2013). Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer May 17, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to expend $20,070,800 in FY2013 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 the $20,070,800 be raised from sewer receipts. ARTICLE 37 To see if the Town will vote to reduce the rate of interest that accrues on property taxes deferred by eligible seniors under Massachusetts General Law Chapter 59 §5, Clause 41A from 8% to 4 %, with such reduced rate to apply to taxes assessed for any fiscal year beginning on or after July 1, 2012, or take any other action relative thereto. Town Meeting 239 Town of Framingham Sponsor: Board of Selectmen 2012 Annual Town Report May 22, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to reduce the rate of interest that accrues on property taxes deferred by eligible seniors under Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 59, § 5, clause 41A from 8% to 4 %, with such reduced rate to apply to taxes assessed for any fiscal year beginning on or after July 1, 2012, or take any other action relative thereto. ARTICLE 38 That Town Meeting instructs the Chief Financial Officer to present the annual budget to Town Meeting in such a way that the first item for consideration will be the total recommended budget appropriations for the new Fiscal Year, and that all subsequent individual (line item) recommended budget appropriations add up to the total recommended appropriations for the new Fiscal Year. Town Meeting will then proceed to consider and vote (before any individual line item consideration and vote) on the total recommended budget appropriations, including possible amendments to the total figure, until a total budget figure is agreed upon and approved by Town Meeting. If the approved total budget appropriations are different from those initially recommended by the Chief Financial Officer, then the Chief Financial Officer will proceed to make new line item recommendations and adjust all individual line item recommendations so that they add up to the total budget figure approved by Town Meeting. Subsequently, any proposed budget increases (or decreases) for individual line item appropriations, during the course of Town Meeting consideration and vote, will have to be matched by proposed decreases (or increases) for other line item budget appropriations, so as to retain the total budget appropriations initially approved by Town Meeting. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition May 22, 2012 Voted: No action taken. ARTICLE 38 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS May 22, 2012 Failed: "I move that Article 38 in the warrant be referred to the Government Study Committee for the purpose of consideration as a general bylaw change; and that the Government Study Committee report back to Town Meeting in the fall with a recommendation either for or against the adoption of Article 38 as a bylaw change." Robert Bolles, Precinct 6 ARTICLE 39 To see if the town will vote to request that the Board of Selectmen petition the legislature to pass one or more Special Acts that will address the current inequities in residential and commercial taxes based on the split rate for these classes of real estate properties. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition May 22, 2012 Voted: This article failed. ARTICLE 40 To see if the Town will vote to request that the Board of Selectmen petition the legislature to pass a Special Act that will address the inequities in assessing practices of residential and commercial properties. Town Meeting 240 Town of Framingham Sponsor: Citizens' Petition 2012 Annual Town Report May 22, 2012 Voted: Whereas there are inequities in assessing practices of residential and commercial properties, Whereas Chapter 3 of the Acts of 2004 SECTION 2 (a) directed the department of revenue, to determine sustainable and equitable methods for addressing the current and any future divergence in residential and commercial and industrial property values and that no action has been taken to address this issue, Whereas on December 2004, the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, Division of Local Services provided a Tax Classification Report and this report ended with the following statement: "We also suggest that consideration be given to using sale prices to value larger CIP properties that may be acquired on a speculative basis when the income approach significantly undervalues the property" and that no action has been taken in response to this suggestion. Therefore, it is the will of Framingham Town Meeting that the Framingham legislators file Special Acts with the Massachusetts General Court to address the inequities in assessing practices of residential and commercial properties. These acts should require acceptance by a community with the option to revoke such acceptance. The Department of Revenue could allow assessors to: Consideration A: Tax Rate for Apartments Tax apartments and residential properties with four (4) or more units at the commercial rate rather than at the residential rate, to recognize that apartments may be acquired on a speculative basis and are a business, Consideration B: Consider Short Sales Consider short sales when determining the average value in an area, Consideration C: Consider Sale Price Consider sales price when determining assessments when it exceeds the assessment using the value method, Consideration D: Tax Surcharge Apply a tax surcharge of up to 10% of the tax for the previous year when a commercial or industrial organization does not provide the required income form in a timely manner or provides an incomplete form. The property owner would be notified by registered mail that that the required form was not received when due and would have 14 days to provide the form before the treasurer would be notified to send out a surcharge bill. Consideration E: Limit on Tax Increase Limit the annual increase in the tax on a property to an increase of 10 percent over the tax for the previous year provided that no enhancements to the property were made. The tax in excess of 110 percent of the previous year's tax would be allowed as an abatement. If the total of all abatements exceeds the budget the excess would be an expense in the following year's budget. Town Meeting 241 Town of Framingham ARTICLE 41 2012 Annual Town Report Proposed Framingham by -law intended to reduce the production or dispersion of lung irritants, poisons and potential carcinogens by air, through banning the use of mechanical leaf blowers. Proposed: That no Framingham town department, governmental agency or any employee of said agencies may use or hire for use any mechanical device, either gasoline powered or electrical, to move sand, dirt, dust, leaves, grass or other debris from lands, parking lots, paved surfaces or terrain of any kind, within the town boundaries of the town of Framingham, Massachusetts. Only traditional rake, brooms or vehicular street sweepers may be used for these purposes on town property. Be it further enacted that no commercial landscaping company or self - employed landscaper may utilize such devices in lieu of traditional raking or sweeping tools on any public or private lands or property, anywhere in the town of Framingham. Such mechanical leaf - blowing devices may be employed by individual property owners on their residential property only, if due care is given to mitigate the production of lung - damaging particulate into the neighboring atmosphere and adjacent public roadways. It is the intention of this law to reduce the level of lung irritants and related diseases of the lungs within the town of Framingham. This bylaw is not intended to prohibit the use of lawnmowers or municipal street sweepers. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition May 22, 2012 Voted: This article failed. ARTICLE 41 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS May 22, 2012 Failed: " I move that Article 41 be returned to Sponsor." John Dwyer, Precinct 1 ARTICLE 42 To see if the Town will amend the bylaws Article I, Section 1 to define the permanent officers of the town and miscellaneous positions appointed by the Town Manager. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition May 22, 2012 Voted: That this article be referred to the Government Study Committee and request that they bring a bylaw change to the 2012 Fall Town Meeting to define who is a town official. ARTICLE 43 To see if the Town will amend the Bylaws Article I, Section 1 to require that the names of town officials as well as the members and officers of Town Boards, Committees and Commissions be recorded on the Town website. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition May 22, 2012 Voted: That this article be referred to the Government Study Committee for further review, evaluation and action. ARTICLE 44 Town Meeting 242 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report To see if the Town will vote to hear a report from the town Assessor describing and demonstrating in detail the assessment process for both residential and commercial properties. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition May 22, 2012 Voted: That the parameters and calculations underlying the assessment be made publicly available on the Town website within 30 days after the assessments are certified by the State Department of Revenue. This should include but not be limited to: the "Cost Valuation Report" used by the Assessor to determine residential building values, the "Land Valuation Tables" used by the Assessor to determine residential land values and the "Income Valuation Report" used by the Assessor to determine Commercial and Industrial Property values. RESOLUTIONS April 24, 2012 Voted: Be it resolved that the Chief of Police again report on activity under the Town's sex offender bylaw at next year's annual meeting. George Dixon, Precinct 3 May 10, 2012 Passed: Be it resolved that the financial background material prepared for Town Meeting should highlight and explain material (significant) information, including actual/budgeted number of employees, and also line item budgeted amounts when they meaningfully differ from previous years actual or budgeted amounts. Pages should also be numbered and a table of contents provided. Harold Geller, Precinct 2 May 15, 2012 Passed: Be it resolved that it is the will of Town Meeting that the Assessor and Chief Financial Officer provide information about the potential to reduce property taxes with un- appropriated, unanticipated state aid and local receipts to the Board of Selectmen prior to the Board of Selectmen's annual public hearing on tax rates. Elizabeth Funk, Finance Committee Chair May 16, 2012 Voted: Be it resolved that it is the will of Town Meeting that the Framingham School Committee report back to Fall 2012 Town Meeting the projected Special Education (SPED) costs over the next five to ten years as well as a specific plan to work with our State Legislators to increase funding for SPED based on these projections. Leonard Finkel, Finance Committee May 16, 2012 Failed: Be it resolved that it is the wish of Town Meeting not to spend any additional funds for the schools beyond those that we are voting on today. If the schools require funds to pay for Town Meeting 243 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report COLAs or step increases or any other type of increase in its budget, the funds must come from the appropriations that we are voting on today. $96,600,030.00. Robert Bolles, Precinct 6 May 16, 2012 Voted: Be it resolved that this Town Meeting wishes to express its concern with the long term potential impacts of stagnating commercial properties and the recent decline in growth in new commercial development. Historically thriving commercial properties and new commercial development have been an important source of growth in the tax base upon which the Town could rely for new revenue, and for which the Town is dependent to endure the continuation of all Town services without shifting the cost of growth to much higher residential taxation or reducing services. Also, be it resolved that this Town Meeting respectfully requests that the Board of Selectmen and Town Manager review the structure and organization of all aspects of Economic Development. Such review should include an evaluation of the Town's economic development mission, leadership, organization, priorities, budget, staffing, and administrative lines of reporting in order to re -focus the attention, priorities and staffing on specific quantitative and qualitative economic development goals and the tasks required to achieve them, and further, that those goals be measured against results on a quarterly basis to preserve, protect and expand the continued long term growth of Framingham's tax base. Elizabeth Funk, Finance Committee Chair Town Meeting 244 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report MAY 22 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if the Town will vote to: (a) approve the form of both (i) the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Agreement by and between the Town of Framingham, The TJX Companies, Inc., Cochituate Realty Inc., Campanelli Framingham Trust and Generazio Realty Trust, on file with the Board of Selectmen, and (ii) the TIF Plan including designation of a TIF Zone as described in the TIF Plan, on file with the Board of Selectmen; (b) designate as an Economic Opportunity Area land and buildings located across three (3) tax parcels containing +21.79 acres located at 740 Cochituate Road, 750 Cochituate Road and 156 Speen Street (off), Framingham, MA 01701, as further depicted on Framingham Town Assessor's Map 311 Block 235, Lot 3, Map 311, Block 235, Lot 4 and Map 311, Block 235, Lot 21, respectively and pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 23A, § 3E, and authorize the Board of Selectmen to approve and certify proposed projects as provided in the TIF Plan and to apply to the Economic Assistance Coordinating Council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under the Economic Development Incentive Program for approval and designation of the aforementioned Economic Opportunity Area, TIF Zone, TIF Plan, and any such certified projects; and (c) authorize the Board of Selectmen to execute the TIF Agreement and to take such other actions as are necessary or appropriate to implement the TIF Agreement and take such other and further action as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of this article; or take any other action relative thereto. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen May 22, 2012 Voted: That the Town vote to: (a) approve the form of both (i) the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Agreement by and between the Town of Framingham, The TJX Companies, Inc., Cochituate Realty Inc., Campanelli Framingham Trust and Generazio Realty Trust, on file with the Board of Selectmen, and (ii) the TIF Plan including designation of a TIF Zone as described in the TIF Plan, on file with the Board of Selectmen; (b) designate as an Economic Opportunity Area land and buildings located across three (3) tax parcels containing +21.79 acres located at 740 Cochituate Road, 750 Cochituate Road and 156 Speen Street (off), Framingham, MA 0 170 1, as further depicted on Framingham Town Assessor's Map 311 Block 235, Lot 3, Map 311, Block 235, Lot 4 and Map 311, Block 235, Lot 21, respectively and pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 23A, § 3E, and authorize the Board of Selectmen to approve and certify proposed projects as provided in the TIF Plan and to apply to the Economic Assistance Coordinating Council of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under the Economic Development Incentive Program for approval and designation of the aforementioned Economic Opportunity Area, TIF Zone, TIF Plan, and any such certified projects; and (c) authorize the Board of Selectmen to execute the TIF Agreement and to take such other actions as are necessary or appropriate to implement the TIF Agreement or carry out the purposes of this vote. ARTICLE 1 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS March 14, 2012 Ruled out of Scope: "I move that Article One be amended by adding the following at the end of the original motion: Senior residents who apply for exemptions or deferrals from the annual resident property tax will be required to submit an affidavit attesting that they have complied with all requirements specified in the printed applications, including that their personal income is within the stipulated amount of income Town Meeting 245 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report required; and are also subject to the pains and penalties of perjury. No additional personal income data to support the applications will be required at the time of submission, but they will comply with the filing of the required forms. Said applicants could be subjected to audits, with liens placed on their properties for the full amount of the property taxes, with interest." Laurence M. Schmeidler, Precinct 4 RESOLUTION March 14, 2012 Failed: " I move the amendment offered by Larry Schmeidler be treated as a resolution." George Dixon, Precinct 3 Town Meeting 246 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report SEPTEMBER 10, 2012 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING ARTICLE 1 To see if the Town of Framingham will vote to request that their Federal and State Representatives and Senators file legislation that will require anyone including the Utilities to: only place on theirs and/or anyone else's property chemicals approve by the Board of Health and/or the Towns Health Officer, but only after a public hearing and written approval from said authority to use such chemical. If any chemicals have been used in the past then the Utility or whoever placed said chemicals on any real estate property must clean up said site to the approval of the Board of Health and /or the Towns Health Officer. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition September 10, 2012 Failed: That the Town request that their Federal and State Representatives and Senators file legislation that will require anyone including the utilities to only place on theirs and /or anyone else's property, chemicals approved by the Board of Health and /or the Town's Health Officer, but only after a public hearing and written approval from said authority to use such chemical. If any chemicals have been used in the past, then the utility or whoever placed said chemicals on any real estate property must clean up said site to the approval of the Board of Health and /or the Town's Health Officer. ARTICLE 2 To see if the Town of Framingham will vote to request that their Federal and State Representatives and Senators file legislation that will eliminate all unfunded State & Federal mandates. Further, the Town Meeting instructs the Moderator to notify all Massachusetts Communities of Town Meetings action. Pass any vote or to take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition September 10, 2012 Voted: That Article 2 be referred back to the Sponsor. ARTICLE 2 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS September 10, 2012 No Action Taken: That the Town request that their Federal and State Representatives and Senators file legislation that will eliminate all unfunded Federal and State mandates. Further, that Town Meeting instructs the Moderator to notify all Massachusetts communities of Town Meeting's action. Kevin P. Crotty, Precinct 7 September 10, 2012 No Action Taken: "....Town Manager versus Town Moderator." Jeffrey Cox, Precinct 14 Town Meeting 247 Town of Framingham RESOLUTION 2012 Annual Town Report September 10, 2012 Passed: Be it resolved that it is the will of Town Meeting that Teri Banerjee be appointed by the Board of Selectmen to be the Interim Moderator of the Town. Janet Gill, Precinct 1 Town Meeting 248 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report OCTOBER 16, 2012 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 report has been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members. Reports made in writing shall be posted on the Town website for this town meeting. The requested reports are: 1. Report from 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 2012 fiscal year, e. The count of Full -Time Equivalent (FTE) staff employed in each department as of the end of the 2012 fiscal year, f All revenue received by each department, including the School Department, during the 2012 fiscal year from all grants or other funding sources not included in the operating budget, 2. Report from the Chief Financial Officer on the following special reports requested at the 2012 ATM to be heard at the Fall Town Meeting: a. The fund balance on all revolving funds and other funds not part of a department budget. (Motion on May 1, 2012 by Joel Winett under Article 24 of the 2012 ATM warrant) b. For each special account for non -grant revenue received by non departments the amount accumulated in the special account over many years but not yet expended. 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 Edgell Cemetery. (See Other Revenue Report 46 from the 2011 FTM) (Motion on May 15, 2012 by Joel Winett under Article 24 of the 2012 ATM warrant) c. For Contributions Received for Special Purposes, the total amount of the contributions accumulated over many years but not yet expended (Motion on May 15, 2012 by Joel Winett under Article 24 of the 2012 ATM warrant) d. The details of the OPEB trust account and including the related implications and requirements of this account. (Motion on May 9, 2012 by Audrey Hall under Article 34 of the 2012 ATM warrant) 3. Report from the Public Works Director on the traffic management plans for Saxonville showing the traffic flow and the traffic impacts and during the construction projects scheduled for the next 3 years. (Motion by Audrey Hall under Article 10 of the 2012 ATM warrant) 4. Report from the Town Manager and Capital Projects Manager on the work required at the Atheneium Hall to obtain an occupancy permit and an estimate of the cost of the work. (Motion on May 15, 2012 by Audrey Hall on behalf of the SCW &M under Article 34 of the 2012 ATM warrant) Town Meeting 249 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 5. Report by the Board of Selectmen on the status of the following: a. Request that our State Legislators file legislation to raise the State mandated age for retirement eligibility for health care benefits from 55 years of age to at least 62 years of age. (Motion on May 9, 2012 by Audrey Hall on behalf of the SCW &M under Article 34 of the 2012 ATM warrant) b. Resolution by the Town Meeting directed to the Great and General Court of the Commonwealth requesting Congress to pass and send to the States for ratification a constitutional amendment to give Congress and the States the power to regulate and set reasonable limits on all election contributions and expenditures including a candidate's own spending and to authorize the establishment of political committees to receive, spend and publicly disclose the sources of those contributions and expenditures. (Motion on April 24, 2012 by Board of Selectmen under Article 5 of the 2012 ATM warrant) 6. Report from the School Committee on the projected Special Education (SPED) costs over the next five to ten years, as well as a specific plan to work with our State Legislators to increase funding for SPED based on these projections. (Resolution voted on May 16, 2012 on a motion by Leonard Finkel, on behalf of the Finance Committee, at the 2012 ATM) 7. Report from the Government Study Committee on a bylaw change to define who is a town official. (Voted on May 22, 2012 on a motion by Joel Winett under Article 34 of the 2012 ATM warrant) 8. Any other reports recommended by the Board of Selectmen. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Standing Committee on Rules October 16, 2012 Voted: That reports be made to Town Meeting by various town officials as indicated in the warrant article unless said report has been made in writing and placed on the table at Town Meeting for Town Meeting Members. Reports are requested from the Chief Financial Officer, Public Works Director, Town Manager or Capital Projects Manager, Board of Selectmen, School Committee, and the Government Study Committee. After all reports are given, this article is disposed ARTICLE 2 To see if the Town will vote to authorize payment of unpaid bills of prior years of the Town to be paid from the Fiscal Year 2013 departmental budgets in which they were incurred. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town authorize payment of the following unpaid bills of prior years of the Town. These bills are to be paid from the FY2013 departmental budget in which they were incurred. Town Meeting 250 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report School Department Raj eev and Harsha Jain $130.50 Commonwealth of Mass Public Safety $750.00 Commonwealth of Mass Public Safety $50.00 Museum of Fine Arts Boston $250.00 League School $11,787.75 Jacqueline Crosby O'Donnell $119.30 Maria C. Moraes - Sorgman $81.54 Building Services Department United Way Distribution Services $629.97 Board of Health Moore Medical $177.03 Fire Department East Coast Fire & Ventilation, Inc. $308.50 Jack Young Company $331.23 Poland Spring $104.79 Industrial Protection Services, LLC Inv. 4104571 -00 $636.00 Industrial Protection Services, LLC Inv. 4104571 -01 $636.00 Power Products $983.40 Michael Lawrence Plumbing & Heating Inv. 42012 -36 $168.14 Michael Lawrence Plumbing & Heating Inv. 42012 -42 $168.14 Michael Lawrence Plumbing & Heating Inv. 42012 -38 $945.13 NSTAR Electric $199.62 NSTAR Electric $672.97 NSTAR Electric $989.87 TransCanada $2,302.18 ARTICLE 3 To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of $4,142 from the handicapped parking fines receipt reserved 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 / Framingham Disability Commission October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town transfer the sum of $4,142.00 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 4 To see if the Town will vote to approve the SEIU 888 Police Dispatcher's Year Three Contract Reopener and Emergency Medical Dispatching (EMD) Impact Bargaining adjustment; fund within the existing budget; and adopt any necessary changes to the Pay Schedules. Town Meeting 251 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Human Resources / Chief Financial Officer October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town approve the following Collective Bargaining Agreements that have been settled with Town employees: Framingham Police Dispatchers SEIU Local 888 Further, that the Town amend the Pay Schedules of the Town by striking the following pay schedule: Schedule DPS — Police Dispatch Public Safety and, by adopting in its place the proposed pay schedule as presented to the Special Town Meeting of October 16, 2012 effective July 1, 2012 (FY13): Schedule DPS — Police Dispatch Public Safety ARTICLE 5 To see if the Town will vote to approve the Local 1652 Firefighters three -year collective bargaining agreement; authorize transfer of funds; and amend corresponding pay schedules. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Human Resources / Chief Financial Officer October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town approve the following Collective Bargaining Agreements that have been settled with Town employees: Framingham Firefighters Local 1652 Further, that the Town amend the Pay Schedules of the Town by striking the following pay schedule: Schedule FF — Firefighters And, by adopting in its place the proposed pay schedule as presented to the Special Town Meeting of October 16, 2012 effective July 1, 2011 (FY 12); July 1, 2012 (FY 13) and July 1, 2013 (FY 14): Schedule FF — Firefighters Further, that the Town transfer $281,085 from the Miscellaneous /Unclassified Division Salary Reserve to the Fire Department. ARTICLE 6 To see if the Town will vote to transfer $341,749 from the Miscellaneous /Unclassified Division Salary Reserve to the Police Department, and adopt any necessary changes to the pay Schedules for Fiscal Year 2013, to carry out the changes to the collective bargaining agreement between the Town and the Town Meeting 252 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Framingham Police Officers Union awarded by the arbitration panel in the matter of Framingham Police Officers Union and Town of Framingham, Case No. JLMC- 03 -11P. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Town Counsel October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town transfer $341,749 from the Miscellaneous /Unclassified Division Salary Reserve to the Police Department, and adopt any necessary changes to the Salary Schedule for Fiscal Year 2013, to carry out the changes to the collective bargaining agreement between the Town and the Framingham Police Officers Union awarded by the arbitration panel in the matter of Framingham Police Officers Union and Town of Framingh Case No. JLMC- 03 -11P. ARTICLE 7 To see if the Town will vote to approve the Side Letter Agreement set forth in the background materials between the Town and the Massachusetts Laborers' District Council — Public Employee Local Union 1116 (DPW Supervisors' Unit) pertaining to the accretion of certain DPW positions into the DPW Supervisors' Unit and raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide the funding necessary, and adopt any necessary changes to the Classification and Pay Schedules for Fiscal Year 2013, to carry out the terms of the agreement. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen / Town Counsel October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town approve the Side Letter Agreement between the Town and the Massachusetts Laborers' District Council – Public Employees Union Local 1116 (DPW Supervisors' Unit), a copy of which is provided in the backup materials, pertaining to the accretion of certain DPW positions into said DPW Supervisors Unit, and to add the six positions to the Local 1116 Classification Schedule. ARTICLE 8 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $126,581, and adopt amended salary schedules for non -union personnel (M) and Division Head (DH) classifications. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 16, 2012 Voted: That the Town amend the Pay Schedules of the Town by striking the following pay schedules: Schedule M37.5 – Municipal Employees Schedule M40 – Municipal Employees Schedule DH – Division Heads And adopting in their place the proposed pay schedules as presented to the Special Town Meeting of October 16, 2012 effective July 1, 2011 (FY12) and July 1, 2012 (FY13): Town Meeting 253 Town of Framingham Schedule M37.5 — Municipal Employees Schedule M40 — Municipal Employees Schedule DH — Division Heads 2012 Annual Town Report And further, that the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $126,581 for the Divisions listed below: Fire $5,453 Police $8,034 Public Works $26,832 Library $5,009 Planning Board $3,673 Town Clerk /Elections $4,584 Town Clerk Stipend $1,790 General Government $11,161 Parks & Recreation $11,509 Finance $24,760 Inspectional Services $5,034 Board of Health $3,185 Community & Economic Development $8,167 Technology Services $3,035 Human Resources $4,355 ARTICLE 9 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or borrow the sum of $950,000.00 for the purpose of demolishing the existing Lexington St. Garage structure and for the purpose of designing and constructing a new municipal surface parking lot at that same location. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Town Manager / Board of Selectmen October 17, 2012 Voted: That the sum of $935,000 be raised and appropriated for the purpose of the demolition of the Lexington Street Garage and the construction of a surface parking lot adjacent to the Framingham Public Library; and further that to meet said appropriation of the sum $320,000 be raised and appropriated and 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 $615,000 pursuant to MGL, Chapter 44, Section 7 and 8 or any other enabling authority. 94 voting in favor, 2 opposed, l abstention. ARTICLE 10 To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide funds to support the salary for one year for a person or persons to set up an educational / recreational program and provide funds to purchase computers, and other education materials, to be located at Cochituate Homes, 12 Interfaith Terrace and another program to be located at Framingham Housing Authority at Carlson and Pusan Road. Town Meeting 254 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report These programs would be similar to and administered in a collaborative manner by the participating organizations, agencies and an existing program currently running at the Recreation Center at Pelham Apartments. And further, to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide funds to purchase computers, and other education materials, to be used for existing programs located at Recreation Center at Pelham Apartments. And further, to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide funds to purchase recreation amenities at sites near to the Recreation Center at Pelham Apartments. Pass any vote or take any action in relation thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition October 18, 2012 Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide $81,000 for purposes of entering into a contract with a corporation or a for - profit entity that will provide services and use of its facilities and equipment, including computers and educational materials, to establish, manage, and provide educational and recreational programs for Framingham residents. Said funds to be spent under the direction of the Town Manager. ARTICLE 10 -ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS October 18, 2012 Failed: "On behalf of the Standing Committee on Ways and Means, I move to refer article 10 back to the sponsor." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means ARTICLE 11 To see if the Town will vote to rescind the current decision of the Board of Selectmen regarding Eastleigh Farms voted July 31, 2012, or any Board of Selectmen agreement thereafter regarding billing of Eastleigh Farms for water usage. Further, to see if the Town will vote that Eastleigh Farms pay the full amount due for water service retroactive to October 2010, when the water meter was installed. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition October 18, 2012 Voted: Be it resolved that Town Meeting direct the Board of Selectmen to begin billing Eastleigh Farms for water services due from November 1, 2012 onward. ARTICLE 12 To see if the Town will vote to rescind the current decision of the Board of Selectmen regarding Eastleigh Farms voted July 31, 2012, or any Board of Selectmen agreement thereafter regarding billing of Eastleigh Farms for water usage. Town Meeting 255 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Further, to see if the Town will vote that Eastleigh Farms pay for water usage retroactive from July 2007, when the owner was notified that water billing will be instituted, basing the July 2007 thru October 2010 estimated bills on meter readings after October 2010. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition October 18, 2012 Voted: That Article 12 be referred back to Sponsor, with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 13 To see if the Town will vote to rescind the current decision of the Board of Selectmen regarding Eastleigh Farms voted July 31, 2012, or any Board of Selectmen agreement thereafter regarding billing of Eastleigh Farms for water usage. Further, to see if the Town will reinstate the original Board of Selectmen tentative agreement of July 1, 2012, that Eastleigh Farms begin paying water bills as of that date, provided that Eastleigh Farms exercise its right to install a well from which to supply its water, at its expense, without any financial assistance from the Town, and that such installation does not preclude its obligation to pay existing and ongoing water bills as used according to metered service. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Citizens' Petition October 18, 2012 Voted: That Article 13 be referred back to Sponsor, with the concurrence of the Sponsor. ARTICLE 14 To see if the Town will vote to authorize Fiscal Year 2013 General Fund budget transfers. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Chief Financial Officer October 23, 2012 Voted: That Town Meeting vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money to supplement the following line items: Framingham School Department Veterans Department Library Fire Department Stabilization Fund $996,825 $16,500 $7,000 - $35,000 $210,000 —voted 10/23/12 ARTICLE 14 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS 116 in favor, 3 opposed. Town Meeting 256 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report October 23, 2012 Passed: "On behalf of the Standing Committee on Ways and Means, I move that Town Meeting appropriate $996,825.00 to the FY2013 school department budget." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means October 23, 2012 Passed: " I move that the Town raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds, or otherwise provide $16,500 to support the salary of Town of Framingham Veteran Services in order to increase staffing to fully approved 1.5 FTE. Said funds to be spent under the direction of the Town Manager or their designee." Jeffrey M. Cox, Precinct 14 October 23, 2012 Passed: " I move that the Town transfer from available funds or otherwise provide 7,000; to support the salary for library staff in order to open the main branch on Sundays from 1pm to 5pm, an expansion of 1 hour each Sunday between Dec. 2012 thru May 2013. Lloyd Kaye, Precinct 10 October 23, 2012 Passed: "On behalf of the Standing Committee on Ways and Means, I move to reduce the FY 2013 fire department overtime budget by $35,000. Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means. October 23, 2012 Passed: "The Finance Committee moves to amend the motion for Article 14 by reducing the Stabilization Fund supplemental appropriation to $210,000 on the remaining funds to reduce the tax levy." Daniel Lampl, Chair of Finance Committee October 23, 2012 Passed: "Move to vote on stabilization separately from appropriation." Joel Winett, Precinct 7, Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means October 23, 2012 Original Motion not voted on due to Amendments: "I move that Town Meeting vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or otherwise provide a sum or sums of money to supplement the following line items: Framingham School Department $600,000 Stabilization Fund $606,000 Town Meeting 257 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Mary Ellen Kelley, Chief Financial Officer ARTICLE 15 To see if the Town will hear the report of the Planning Board on the Master Plan as described in the background material provided in the Town Meeting Warrant for Special Town Meeting. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Planning Board October 17, 2012 Voted: That the Town hear the report of the Planning Board on the Master Plan as described in the background material provided in the Town Meeting Warrant for Special Town Meeting. ARTICLE 16 To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws to change the time limit for a speaker at Town Meeting. Pass any vote or to take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Standing Committee on Rules October 23, 2012 Voted: That the Bylaws, Article III, Section 1.9.2 be amended by changing the words "ten minutes" to "five minutes ". Approved by the Attorney General on December 27, 2012 ARTICLE 17 To see if the Town will vote to amend its General Bylaws by adding a new bylaw entitled "REGISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FORECLOSED PROPERTIES" as Section 30 of Article V as follows: 30. REGISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FORECLOSED PROPERTIES 30.1 Purpose; Enforcement Authority (1) Unsecured and un- maintained foreclosed properties present a danger to the safety and health of the public, occupants, abutters, neighbors, and public safety officers. It is the purpose and intent of this bylaw to protect and preserve public safety, health, welfare and security, and the quiet enjoyment of occupants, abutters and neighbors, and to minimize hazards to public safety personnel inspecting or entering such properties by: a. requiring all residential, commercial, and industrial property owners, including lenders, trustees and service companies, to register and maintain foreclosed properties with the Town of Framingham; and by b. regulating the maintenance and security of foreclosed properties to help prevent blighted and unsecured properties. (2) The Building Commissioner of the Town of Framingham is empowered to enforce this bylaw. Town Meeting 258 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 30.2 Definitions When used in this bylaw, the following terms shall have the following meanings, unless a contrary intention clearly appears: (1) "Vacant" means a residential, commercial or industrial property which has not been actively used or occupied within the preceding sixty days. This definition does not include property that is unoccupied while undergoing renovations, or while undergoing repairs due to fire or other casualty, or to residential property that is temporarily vacant due to seasonal absences. (2) "Town" means the Town of Framingham (3) "Commissioner" means the Building Commissioner of the Town of Framingham or his/her designee. (4) "Days" means consecutive calendar days. (5) "Foreclosed" means a residential, commercial or industrial property, placed as security for a real estate loan, as to which all rights of the mortgagor or his grantee in the property have been terminated as a result of a default of the loan. (6) "Foreclosing" means the process by which a property, placed as security for a real estate loan, is prepared for sale to satisfy the debt if the borrower defaults. (7) "Local" means within twenty miles of the property in question. (8) "Mortgagee" means the creditor, including but not limited to service companies, lenders in a mortgage agreement, or any successor in interest and /or assignee of the mortgagee's rights, interests or obligations under the mortgage agreement. (9) "Owner" means every person, entity, service company, property manager or real estate broker who alone or severally with others has legal or equitable title to any property or has care, charge or control of any property in any capacity, including but not limited to agent, executor, executrix, administrator, administratrix, trustee or guardian of the estate of the holder of legal title; or mortgagee in possession of any such property; or is an agent, trustee or other person appointed by the courts and vested with possession or control of any such property; or is an officer or trustee of the association of unit owners of a condominium. Each such person is bound to comply with the provisions of these minimum standards as if he /she were the owner. However, this bylaw shall not apply to a condominium association created pursuant to M.G.L. c. 183A to the extent that such association forecloses on or initiates the foreclosure process for unpaid assessments due or owing to the association. "Owner" also means every person who operates a rooming house or is a trustee who holds, owns or controls mortgage loans for mortgage- backed securities transactions and has initiated the foreclosure process. (10) "Property" means any residential, commercial or industrial property or portion thereof, located in the Town of Framingham, including but not limited to buildings and structures situated on the property; excepted from this definition is any and all property owned by the Town, the state, or the federal government. (11) "Residential Property" means any property that contains one or more units used, intended, or designed to be occupied for living purposes. Town Meeting 259 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 30.3 Registration (1) All owners of foreclosed properties shall register such properties with the Commissioner on forms provided by the Commissioner within seven days of the date of foreclosure. If the owner is an out -of -state corporation, person, or other entity, the owner shall appoint an in -state agent authorized to accept service of process and other documents under this bylaw. a. Each registration must state the owner's or agent's name, telephone number and mailing address located within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts including name of owner, street number, street name, city or town, and zip code; the mailing address shall not be a post office box. b. Each registration must also certify that the property has been inspected by the owner and must identify whether the property is vacant. Each registration must designate a property manager, who shall be a local individual or local property management company responsible for the maintenance and security of the property. This designation must state the individual or company's name, direct telephone number, and local mailing address; the mailing addresses shall not be a post office box. The property manager shall be available twenty -four hours per day, every day, by telephone and /or electronic mail notification, and shall respond to all notifications from the Commissioner to secure, maintain, inspect or repair the property within 24 hours. (2) All property registrations pursuant to this section are valid for one calendar year from the date when the registration is received by the Commissioner. An annual registration fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) must accompany the registration form. Subsequent registrations and fees are due within thirty days after the date of the expiration of the previous registration. Subsequent registrations must certify whether the property remains in foreclosure. (3) Any owner that has registered a property under this section must report any change in information contained in the registration within ten days of the change. (4) Once the property is sold, the owner shall provide the Commissioner with written proof of sale. 30.4 Maintenance and Security Requirements (1) Properties subject to this bylaw must be maintained in accordance with the State Building Code, sanitary code, and town bylaws. The owner or property manager must inspect and maintain the property on at least a monthly basis for as long as the property is vacant. (2) The owner shall maintain properties subject to this section, including but not limited to maintaining and keeping in good repair any building(s), structure(s), and improvements, the removal of trash and debris, and the regular mowing of lawns, pruning and/or tri mming of trees and shrubbery, and upkeep of other landscape features. (3) The owner shall repair or replace broken windows or doors within thirty days of breakage. Boarding up doors and windows is prohibited except as a temporary measure for no longer than thirty days. Town Meeting 260 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report (4) In accordance with state law, including but not limited to Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 143 sections 6 through 10 and the State Building Code, property that is vacant must be safe and must be secured from exposure to the elements and so as not to be accessible to unauthorized person. (5) Compliance with this section does not relieve the owner of any applicable obligations set forth in regulations, covenant conditions and restrictions, and /or homeowner's association rules and regulations. 30.5 Inspections Pursuant to the State Building Code, the Commissioner or his/her designee shall have the authority and the duty to inspect properties subject to this bylaw for compliance with this bylaw and to issue citations for any violations. The Commissioner or his/her designee shall have the discretion to determine when and how such inspections are to be made, provided such determination is reasonably calculated to ensure that this bylaw is enforced. 30.6 Penalties (1). In addition to any other means of enforcement available to the Commissioner, the Commissioner may enforce this bylaw by means of noncriminal enforcement pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws chapter 40 section 21D. The following penalties are established for purposes of said noncriminal disposition: a. A failure to initially register with the Commissioner pursuant to section 30.3: three hundred dollars ($300.00). b. A failure to properly designate the name of the local individual or local property management company responsible for the maintenance and the security of the property pursuant to section 30.3: three hundred dollars ($300.00) for each violation, and a like penalty for each day's continuation of such violation. c. A failure to maintain and /or to secure the property pursuant to section 30.4: three hundred dollars ($300.00) for each week during which the property is not maintained and /or not secured in compliance with section 30.4. 30.7 Appeals Any persons aggrieved by the requirements of this bylaw or by a decision issued hereunder may seek relief in any court of competent jurisdiction as provided by the laws of the Commonwealth. 30.8 Applicability If any provisions of this bylaw impose greater restrictions or obligations than those imposed by any general law, special law, regulation, rule, ordinance, order or policy, then the provisions of this bylaw shall control. 30.9 Severability If any provision of this bylaw is held to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, then such provisions shall be considered separately and apart from this bylaw's remaining provisions, which shall remain in full force and effect." Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen Town Meeting 261 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report October 17, 2012 Voted: That the General Bylaws be amended by adding a new bylaw entitled "Registration and Maintenance of Foreclosed Properties" as Section 30 of Article V as set forth in the warrant for this Town Meeting and attached to this motion. Approved by the Attorney General on December 27, 2012 ARTICLE 17 - ATTACHMENT To see if the Town will vote to amend its General Bylaws by adding a new bylaw entitled "REGISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FORECLOSED PROPERTIES" as Section 30 of Article V as follows: 30. REGISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FORECLOSED PROPERTIES 30.1 Purpose; Enforcement Authority (1) Unsecured and un- maintained foreclosed properties present a danger to the safety and health of the public, occupants, abutters, neighbors, and public safety officers. It is the purpose and intent of this bylaw to protect and preserve public safety, health, welfare and security, and the quiet enjoyment of occupants, abutters and neighbors, and to minimize hazards to public safety personnel inspecting or entering such properties by: a. requiring all residential, commercial, and industrial property owners, including lenders, trustees and service companies, to register and maintain foreclosed properties with the Town of Framingham; and by b. regulating the maintenance and security of foreclosed properties to help prevent blighted and unsecured properties. (2) The Building Commissioner of the Town of Framingham is empowered to enforce this bylaw. 30.2 Definitions When used in this bylaw, the following terms shall have the following meanings, unless a contrary intention clearly appears: (1) "Vacant" means a residential, commercial or industrial property which has not been actively used or occupied within the preceding sixty days. This definition does not include property that is unoccupied while undergoing renovations, or while undergoing repairs due to fire or other casualty, or to residential property that is temporarily vacant due to seasonal absences. (2) "Town" means the Town of Framingham (3) "Commissioner" means the Building Commissioner of the Town of Framingham or his/her designee. (4) "Days" means consecutive calendar days. (5) "Foreclosed" means a residential, commercial or industrial property, placed as security for a real estate loan, as to which all rights of the mortgagor or his grantee in the property have been terminated as a result of a default of the loan. (6) "Foreclosing" means the process by which a property, placed as security for a real estate loan, is prepared for sale to satisfy the debt if the borrower defaults. Town Meeting 262 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report (7) "Local" means within twenty miles of the property in question. (8) "Mortgagee" means the creditor, including but not limited to service companies, lenders in a mortgage agreement, or any successor in interest and /or assignee of the mortgagee's rights, interests or obligations under the mortgage agreement. (9) "Owner" means every person, entity, service company, property manager or real estate broker who alone or severally with others has legal or equitable title to any property or has care, charge or control of any property in any capacity, including but not limited to agent, executor, executrix, administrator, administratrix, trustee or guardian of the estate of the holder of legal title; or mortgagee in possession of any such property; or is an agent, trustee or other person appointed by the courts and vested with possession or control of any such property; or is an officer or trustee of the association of unit owners of a condominium. Each such person is bound to comply with the provisions of these minimum standards as if he /she were the owner. However, this bylaw shall not apply to a condominium association created pursuant to M.G.L. c. 183A to the extent that such association forecloses on or initiates the foreclosure process for unpaid assessments due or owing to the association. "Owner" also means every person who operates a rooming house or is a trustee who holds, owns or controls mortgage loans for mortgage- backed securities transactions and has initiated the foreclosure process. (10) "Property" means any residential, commercial or industrial property or portion thereof, located in the Town of Framingham, including but not limited to buildings and structures situated on the property; excepted from this definition is any and all property owned by the Town, the state, or the federal government. (11) "Residential Property" means any property that contains one or more units used, intended, or designed to be occupied for living purposes. 30.3 Registration (1) All owners of foreclosed properties shall register such properties with the Commissioner on forms provided by the Commissioner within seven days of the date of foreclosure. If the owner is an out -of -state corporation, person, or other entity, the owner shall appoint an in -state agent authorized to accept service of process and other documents under this bylaw. a. Each registration must state the owner's or agent's name, telephone number and mailing address located within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts including name of owner, street number, street name, city or town, and zip code; the mailing address shall not be a post office box. b. Each registration must also certify that the property has been inspected by the owner and must identify whether the property is vacant. Each registration must designate a property manager, who shall be a local individual or local property management company responsible for the maintenance and security of the property. This designation must state the individual or company's name, direct telephone number, and local mailing address; the mailing addresses shall not be a post office box. The property manager shall be available twenty -four hours per day, every day, by telephone and /or electronic mail notification, and shall respond to all notifications from the Commissioner to secure, maintain, inspect or repair the property within 24 hours. Town Meeting 263 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report (2) All property registrations pursuant to this section are valid for one calendar year from the date when the registration is received by the Commissioner. An annual registration fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) must accompany the registration form. Subsequent registrations and fees are due within thirty days after the date of the expiration of the previous registration. Subsequent registrations must certify whether the property remains in foreclosure. (3) Any owner that has registered a property under this section must report any change in information contained in the registration within ten days of the change. (4) Once the property is sold, the owner shall provide the Commissioner with written proof of sale. 30.4 Maintenance and Security Requirements (1) Properties subject to this bylaw must be maintained in accordance with the State Building Code, sanitary code, and town bylaws. The owner or property manager must inspect and maintain the property on at least a monthly basis for as long as the property is vacant. (2) The owner shall maintain properties subject to this section, including but not limited to maintaining and keeping in good repair any building(s), structure(s), and improvements, the removal of trash and debris, and the regular mowing of lawns, pruning and/or tri mming of trees and shrubbery, and upkeep of other landscape features. (3) The owner shall repair or replace broken windows or doors within thirty days of breakage. Boarding up doors and windows is prohibited except as a temporary measure for no longer than thirty days. (4) In accordance with state law, including but not limited to Massachusetts General Laws chapter 143 sections 6 through 10 and the State Building Code, property that is vacant must be safe and must be secured from exposure to the elements and so as not to be accessible to unauthorized persons. (5) Compliance with this section does not relieve the owner of any applicable obligations set forth in regulations, covenant conditions and restrictions, and /or homeowner's association rules and regulations. 30.5 Inspections Pursuant to the State Building Code, the Commissioner or his/her designee shall have the authority and the duty to inspect properties subject to this bylaw for compliance with this bylaw and to issue citations for any violations. The Commissioner or his/her designee shall have the discretion to determine when and how such inspections are to be made, provided such determination is reasonably calculated to ensure that this bylaw is enforced. 30.6 Penalties (1). In addition to any other means of enforcement available to the Commissioner, the Commissioner may enforce this bylaw by means of noncriminal enforcement pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws chapter 40 section 21D. The following penalties are established for purposes of said noncriminal disposition: a. A failure to initially register with the Commissioner pursuant to section 30.3: three hundred dollars ($300.00). Town Meeting 264 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report b. A failure to properly designate the name of the local individual or local property management company responsible for the maintenance and the security of the property pursuant to section 30.3: three hundred dollars ($300.00) for each violation, and a like penalty for each day's continuation of such violation. c. A failure to maintain and /or to secure the property pursuant to section 30.4: three hundred dollars ($300.00) for each week during which the property is not maintained and /or not secured in compliance with section 30.4. (2) The penalties provided in this section shall not be construed to restrict the Town from pursuing other legal remedies available to the Town. Violation of this bylaw shall be subject to a fine not to exceed three hundred dollars for each violation; each day shall be considered a new violation. 30.7 Appeals Any persons aggrieved by the requirements of this bylaw or by a decision issued hereunder may seek relief in any court of competent jurisdiction as provided by the laws of the Commonwealth. 30.8 Applicability If any provisions of this bylaw impose greater restrictions or obligations than those imposed by any general law, special law, regulation, rule, ordinance, order or policy, then the provisions of this bylaw shall control. 30.9 Severability If any provision of this bylaw is held to be invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, then such provisions shall be considered separately and apart from this bylaw's remaining provisions, which shall remain in full force and effect." ARTICLE 17 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS October 17, 2012 Failed: "Refer back to Sponsor with the expectation that it will be resubmitted with further refinements no later than the Spring 2013 Annual Town Meeting." Kathleen McCarthy, Precinct 10 ARTICLE 18 To see if the Town will vote to petition the Legislature to enact special legislation to allow the Town to impose municipal liens, as set forth below; provided that the General Court may make clerical or editorial changes of form only to the bill, unless the Board of Selectmen approve amendments to the bill before enactment by the General Court. The Board of Selectmen is authorized to approve amendments which shall be within the scope of the general public objectives of this petition. Section 1. The Town of Framingham may impose a lien on property located within the town for any local charge, fee or fine that has not been paid by the due date. This lien shall be known as a municipal charges lien. Before liens are imposed, a vote by the board of selectmen shall be taken for each type of charge, fee or fine to allow the charge, fee or fine to be collected in this manner. For purposes of this act, local charge, fee or fine shall mean any charge, fee or fine imposed by the town pursuant to town bylaws, town regulations, statute, or state regulations, and any charge, fee or fine imposed by a state court payable to the town as a result of any enforcement action initiated by town officials of town bylaws, town regulations, statute, or state regulations. Town Meeting 265 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Section 2. A lien authorized under this act shall take effect upon recording of the unpaid municipal charge, fee or fine, by parcel of land and by the name of the property owner assessed for the municipal charge, fee or fine in the southern district of the registry of deeds of Middlesex County. Section 3. If a charge, fee or fine which is secured by a municipal charges lien remains unpaid when the assessors are preparing a real estate tax list and warrant to be committed under section 53 of chapter 59 of the General Laws, then the board or officer in charge of the collection of the municipal charge, fee or fine shall certify such charge, fee or fine to the assessors, who shall forthwith add such charge, fee or fine to the tax on the property to which it relates and commit it with their warrant to the collector of taxes as part of such tax. Section 4. If the property to which such charge, fee or fine relates is tax exempt, the charge, fee or fine shall be committed as the tax. Section 5. A lien under this section may be discharged by filing in the southern district of the registry of deeds of Middlesex County a certificate from the tax collector that all municipal charges, fees or fines constituting the lien, together with any interest and costs thereon, have been paid or legally abated. Section 6. All costs of recording or discharging a lien under this section shall be borne by the owner of the property. Section 7. This act shall take effect upon its passage Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen October 17, 2012 Voted: That the Town petition the Legislature to enact special legislation to allow the Town to impose municipal liens, as set forth in the warrant for this Town Meeting and as attached to this motion, with the addition of a sentence at the end of the petition that states: "Said legislation shall provide that before any liens are imposed, the Town Meeting shall vote to establish a bylaw specifying each type of charge, fee or fine to be collected in this manner." Provided further, that the General Court may make clerical or editorial changes of form only to the bill, unless the Board of Selectmen approve amendments to the bill before enactment by the General Court. The Board of Selectmen is authorized to approve amendments which shall be within the scope of the general public objectives of this petition. ARTICLE 18 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS October 17, 2012 Failed: "On behalf of Standing Committee on Ways and Means, I move to refer Article 18 back to Sponsor." Audrey Hall, Precinct 3, Chair of Standing Committee on Ways and Means ARTICLE 19 To see if Town Meeting will vote to amend the Framingham Zoning Bylaw, by adding a new Section IV.R. Neighborhood Cluster Development as presented in the background information of the Town Meeting Warrant submitted for Special Town Meeting. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Town Meeting 266 Town of Framingham Sponsor: Planning Board 2012 Annual Town Report October 23, 2012 Voted: That the Framingham Zoning Bylaws be amended by adding a new Section IV.R. Neighborhood Cluster Development as attached background information of the Town Meeting Warrant submitted for Special Town Meeting. 51 voting in favor, 20 opposed, 9 abstentions. Approved by the Attorney General on December 27, 2012 ARTICLE 19 - ADDITIONAL MOTIONS /AMENDMENTS October 23, 2012 Passed: "Amend Article 19, page 3, #3 ii, change "NDC" to "NCD "." Richard E. Paul, Precinct 7 October 23, 2012 Passed: "Change "background" to "Attached" and include the attached pages." Joel Winett, Precinct 7 October 23, 2012 Failed: "I move to refer this article to Sponsor." Jeffrey M. Cox, Precinct 14 ARTICLE 19 - ATTACHMENT Background Material for Warrant Article 19 R. NEIGHBORHOOD CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT 1. Purpose and Intent The Purpose of this Section is to allow, by special permit from the Planning Board, an alternative use and pattern of land development to the standard conventional grid subdivision permitted in the single - family residential districts (R -1 and R -2). The intent of the Neighborhood Cluster Development (NCD) By -law is to: a. further the goals and policies of the Town's Master Plan; Town Meeting 267 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report b. conform the development to existing topography and natural features better than a conventional or grid subdivision; c. consume less open land; d. create a residential neighborhood that provides opportunities for social interaction, such as walking and hiking in Common Land Areas; e. utilize the 2006 or most recent version of the Massachusetts Highway Department: Project Development and Design Guide - Complete Street Design Techniques; f. utilize Low Impact Development Design Techniques; g. utilize Green Building Design Techniques; and h. facilitate the construction and maintenance of housing, streets, utilities, and public service in an economical and efficient manner. 2. Applicability a. Any parcel or parcels of land, that are in one ownership throughout or any combination of parcels of land consolidated under a Purchase and Sale Agreement where all such owners jointly apply for a NCD special permit. To be included in an application for a NCD Special Permit and defined herein as the NCD tract, such parcel or parcels must have definite boundaries ascertainable from a recorded deed or recorded plan and be located within a zone permitting a NCD. b. The Planning Board may permit lots directly on opposite sides of a street, right -of -way, or public utility to qualify as a single NCD tract of land. To permit such division of an NCD tract of land by a street, right -of -way, or public utility, the Planning Board must find that this would comply with the purpose of this section and not result in any more dwelling units than would be possible in accordance with the provisions of this By -law if the lots on either side of the street, right -of -way, or public utility were developed separately. Such permit shall be subject to the Dimensional Regulations and Design Standards under Section IV.R.3. herein. c. Eligible properties shall be located in the Single- Family Residential Zoning Districts of R -1 or R -2 and shall be served by municipal public water and sewer. The total gross land area included within the NCD tract shall be at least 4 contiguous acres in size with a minimum of 40 feet of frontage on a street. d. The Planning Board may issue a special permit under this Section, subject to the requirements of this By -law, and in accordance with the additional requirements and standards specified within this Section IV.R., only if no variance has been issued from the requirements of this Section IV.R. A variance shall render a property ineligible for the filing of a NCD application and special permit under this section. e. No substantial alteration to a parcel of land, which shall include tree removal, utility installations, ditching, grading or construction of roads, grading of land or lots, or excavation except for purposes of soil testing, dredging or filling, or construction of buildings or structures shall be done within 12 months prior to the filing of an NCD application. The above activities shall render a property ineligible for the filing of a NCD application and special permit under this section. Town Meeting 268 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 3. Neighborhood Cluster Development Standards a. Permitted Uses: Permitted uses in the NCD shall be single- family detached dwellings and /or townhouse dwellings with no more than 3 attached townhouse dwelling units. The Planning Board by an affirmative vote of at least four members may allow 4 attached dwelling units. b. Density: The intensity of use for a NCD shall be determined through the use of the following density formula herein and shall be calculated in the order presented in 1) through 5) below. NCD DENSITY FORMULA 1) Total Gross Land Area (T) — Infrastructure (I) - Wetlands (W) - Slope (S) = Net Buildable Area (NBA) 2) Net Buildable Area (NBA) / Minimum Lot Area (MLA) = Base Residential Density (BRD) 3) Base Residential Density (BRD) * Minimum Open Space (ORU) = Common Land Area (C) 4) Net Buildable Area (NBA) — Common Land Area (C) = Developable Area(DA) 5) Developable Area (DA) / Minimum Lot Area (MLA) Number of Bedrooms (TB) = Allowed Bedroom Count (ABC) (T) = Total Gross Land Area (sq.ft.) (I) = 12% of Total Gross Land Area for Infrastructure (sq.ft.) (W) = 100% of Total Wetlands on Site (sq.ft.) (S) = Total Slope greater than 20% on Site (sq.ft.). Slope shall be reviewed and confirmed by the Town Engineer or by the Planning Board's professional consultant. (NBA) = Net Buildable Area (sq.ft.) (MLA)= Minimum Lot Area for a single - family detached dwelling in the R -1 and R -2 Zoning Districts (BRD) = Base Residential Density (ORU) = Minimum Open Space per Residential Unit is 2,800 per unit' (C) = Minimum Required Common Land Area (sq.ft. )2 (DA) = Developable Area (sq.ft) (TB) = Number of Bedrooms per Unit is 3.5 bedrooms (ABD) = Allowed Bedroom Count * denotes multiplication c. Dimensional Regulations: The dimensional regulations specified in Section W.G. are not applicable, except as specified herein. However, the Planning Board must find that such exceptions from W.G. will result in better design, improved protection of natural and scenic resources, and will otherwise comply with these regulations. The Planning Board shall not approve an NCD that does not comply with the following minimum standards in the table herein. ' 2,800 s.f.is the minimum open space per residential unit derived from 800 s.f. per bedroom required by Section IV. G.2. multiplied by 3.5 bedrooms. 2 Required Common Land Area shall also comply with subsection 4.b.1) herein. s The number of units and bedrooms shall be rounded up to the next whole number. Town Meeting 269 Town of Framingham Table of Dimensional Regulations 2012 Annual Town Report d. Design Standards: The NCD shall be consistent with the following Site Development and Building Design Standards: 1) Zero -lot line development in accordance with the State Building Code may be allowed by an affirmative vote of at least four members of the Planning Board. 2) Buildings shall be separated as required by applicable fire safety and buildings codes. 3) Screening and buffering shall be provided to respond to the need for privacy between and around dwelling units: 4 Unless otherwise provided for in Section IV.R., the Dimensional Regulations in Section IV.R.3.c. herein, shall be complied with. 5 Lot Frontage in this chart refers to instances where the lots are owned by individual homeowners. 6 Except for approved zero - lot line development. The area of a lot lying within the outside lines of exterior walls of all buildings on the lot, including the area of any appurtenance; or if indicated by the context, the ratio of said area, to the total Developable Area (DA) of the NCD tract, expressed as a percentage. Town Meeting 270 Zoning District R -1 Zoning District R -2 Single - family Townhouse Single - family Townhouse Lot Frontage 30 feet 30 feet 30 feet 30 feet Minimum Front 15 feet 15 feet 15 feet 15 feet Setback for Buildings Minimum side setback 10 feet 10 feet 10 feet 10 feet for Buildings Minimum rear setback 25 feet 25 feet 25 feet 25 feet for Buildings Minimum Distance 20 feet 20 feet 20 feet 20 feet between Buildings Maximum Height of 2 stories /30 feet 2 stories /30 2 stories /30 2 stories /30 feet Buildings and feet feet Structures Maximum Lot 40 percent 40 percent 40 percent 40 percent Coverage d. Design Standards: The NCD shall be consistent with the following Site Development and Building Design Standards: 1) Zero -lot line development in accordance with the State Building Code may be allowed by an affirmative vote of at least four members of the Planning Board. 2) Buildings shall be separated as required by applicable fire safety and buildings codes. 3) Screening and buffering shall be provided to respond to the need for privacy between and around dwelling units: 4 Unless otherwise provided for in Section IV.R., the Dimensional Regulations in Section IV.R.3.c. herein, shall be complied with. 5 Lot Frontage in this chart refers to instances where the lots are owned by individual homeowners. 6 Except for approved zero - lot line development. The area of a lot lying within the outside lines of exterior walls of all buildings on the lot, including the area of any appurtenance; or if indicated by the context, the ratio of said area, to the total Developable Area (DA) of the NCD tract, expressed as a percentage. Town Meeting 270 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report i. No structures within the NCD shall be placed closer to the NCD tract property line than the front setback requirement of 30 feet; ii. No structures within the NDC tract shall be within 30 feet of the Common Land Area; and iii. There shall be a buffer zone between the NCD tract and adjacent properties that shall provide effective buffering and screening that includes a combination of deciduous and /or evergreen trees and lower - level elements such as shrubs, hedges, grass, ground cover, planted berms and /or opaque fencing. 4) The site design and building design shall relate harmoniously to the topography and unique physical characteristics of the NCD tract. 5) The buildings within the NCD tract shall be sited to maximize the number of house lots with open spaces views and convenient access to usable open space while minimizing the interruption of scenic vistas and open space as seen from the roadway. 6) The development shall not impede access to Common Land. 7) Roadways, sidewalks, and pathways shall incorporate Complete Street design concepts into the NCD. 8) The Stormwater Drainage System shall incorporate Low Impact Development Techniques to achieve sustainability objectives. 9) NCD projects shall investigate and employ to the extent feasible potential alternative energy sources for the individual residence and development. 10) The utilities shall employ Energy Efficient Devices and Techniques in accordance with the State Building Code, which may include but is not limited to Energy Star, Low Emission Demand, LEED both for individual residences and development to achieve sustainability objectives. 11) Utility boxes, dumpsters and similar accessory uses and structures shall be located in convenient locations, visually screened, and shall not impede pedestrian or vehicular circulation. 12) All utilities shall be placed underground. 13) Access to residences may be provided by common or shared driveways not to exceed 1,000 linear feet in length. 14) A common or shared driveway serving three or more residential units may require a higher construction standard than a standard driveway construction. Town Meeting 271 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 15) Historic, traditional, or significant uses, structures, or architectural elements shall be preserved where possible and any removal or disruption shall be minimized. 16) Building Design shall provide visual interest and avoid monotony and repetition in adjacent or nearby structures. The architecture shall be designed to provide variation through the use of color, building material, detail, breaks in roof and wall lines, porches, detailed cornices, and substantial roof overhangs, dormers, screenings and /or other architectural elements. Traditional materials such as wood and masonry are strongly encouraged for exterior facades. Windows and exterior doors shall be consistent and compatible with the materials, style, and color of the building, and shall be arranged to give the facade a sense of balance and proportion. 17) Residential parking spaces shall be located in reasonable proximity to the dwelling or in attached garages. One or two car garages attached to individual dwelling units shall be encouraged. Such garages shall be designed to architecturally complement and enhance the building design and shall not dominate the building and site layout. They shall not obscure the front of the unit or building and may extend no more than (6) feet beyond the face of the building unless approved by an affirmative vote of at least four members of the Planning Board. Freestanding garages shall be located to the side or to the rear of the building or units; access to garages may be from the rear of the residential dwelling units. 18) Ancillary structures, uses or amenities owned individually or in common, shall be shown on the plan and fully incorporated into the design of the NCD. These ancillary structures, uses or amenities shall not exceed 5 percent of the total developable area of the NCD tract and shall not be allowed without approval from the Planning Board and the special permit issued pursuant to Section IV.R. herein. e. Affordable Housing Requirement: NCD projects must comply with all the requirements of Section IV.O. Affordable Housing under the Framingham Zoning By- law. 4. Common land Design Standards a. Open Space Design: Common land shall be designed in large, contiguous units, whenever possible. Strips or narrow parcels of Common Land shall be permitted only for access; to connect to other significant areas; or designed to protect linear resources such as trails or streams, wildlife corridors, or as vegetated buffer strips along the site's perimeter. Whenever possible, Common Land should connect with existing or potential conservation or Common Land Areas on adjoining parcels. b. Common Land Standards: The total area of Common Land shall meet or exceed the following standards: Town Meeting 272 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 1) Notwithstanding the Common Land Area calculation under Section IV.R.3.b. herein, the minimum required Common Land for an NCD shall be at least 30 percent. 2) The wetland resource areas shall not comprise more than 25 percent of the Common Land. 3) Slopes greater than 20 percent shall not comprise more than 25 percent of the Common Land. c. Use of Common Land: The use of Common Land shall be solely for recreation, conservation, gardening, or park purposes by residents and /or the public. Where appropriate, multiple uses of Common Land are encouraged. Up to half of the required Common Land may be required to remain in its natural state. The proposed use of the Common Land shall be specified in the application. If several uses are proposed, the plans shall specify which uses will occur in which areas. The Planning Board shall have the authority to approve, disapprove, or recommend particular uses proposed for the Common Land. d. Accessory Structures: Up to 5 percent of the Common Land may be set aside and designated to allow for the construction of structures and facilities accessory to the proposed use of the Common Land including parking for such uses. 5. Common Land Ownership and Maintenance a. Conveyance of Common Land: All or part of the Common Land may be conveyed: 1) to the Town of Framingham for park, recreation, gardening and /or conservation use; 2) to a nonprofit organization, the principal purpose of which is the preservation and conservation of Common Land; and /or 3) to a homeowner's corporation or trust, owned or to be owned by all of the owners of lots or dwelling units within the NCD. If such a homeowner corporation or trust is utilized, ownership thereof shall pass with conveyances of the lots or residential units. b. Permanent Restriction: Common Land shall be subject to a permanent restrictive covenant to ensure that the open space is maintained and preserved as open space in perpetuity and shall provide for the following as may be applicable: 1) The ownership of all Common Land shall be shown on the Site Plan for the NCD. Town Meeting 273 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report 2) Mandatory membership in the homeowner's corporation or trust, as a requirement of ownership of any residential unit or lot in the NCD tract. 3) Provisions for maintenance assessments of all owners of residential units or lots in order to ensure that the Common Land is maintained in a condition suitable for the approved uses, and that failure to pay such assessment shall create a lien on the property assessed, enforceable by the homeowner's corporation or trust or the Town. 4) Provisions which, so far as possible under the existing law, will ensure that the restrictions placed on the use of the Common Land will not terminate by operation of law. 5) The developer of the NCD shall be responsible for the maintenance of the Common Land and any other facilities to be held in common until such time as the grantee(s) are capable of assuming said responsibility. c. Encumbrances: All areas to be set aside as Common Land shall be conveyed free of any mortgage interest, security interest, liens or other encumbrances. d. Maintenance of Common Land: In any case where Common Land is not conveyed to the Town, the Applicant may be required to grant to the Town a conservation restriction over such land sufficient to ensure its perpetual maintenance as conservation or recreation land. Such restriction_ shall provide that in the event the trust, homeowner's association or any other owners fail to maintain the Common Land in reasonable condition, the Town may, after notice to the lot owners, enter upon such land to maintain it in accordance with the requirements of this NCD By- law and the special permit. The cost of such maintenance by the Town shall be assessed against the properties within the development and /or to the owner of the Common Land. The Town may file a lien against the lot or lots to ensure payment of such maintenance expenses. e. Monumentation: Where the boundaries of the Common Land are not readily observable in the field, the Planning Board may require placement of permanent surveyed bounds sufficient to identify the location of the Common Land. 6. Special Permit Application and Procedures: Applicants shall submit a NCD plan developed by an interdisciplinary team of professionals, including, but not limited to a Registered Professional Engineer and a Registered Landscape Architect both licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and other professionals as determined by the Applicant and Planning Board. The interdisciplinary team is essential to the project to ensure that development within the NCD for both residential development and Common Land preservation best fits the land. Town Meeting 274 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report The Applicant shall submit an application for an NCD Special Permit as specified in the Neighborhood Cluster Development Application and Procedure Requirements of the Planning Boards Administrative Rules and Regulations. a. Procedural Requirements 1) Application Procedure: The review procedure shall be in conformance with MGL c.40A, Sections 9, 11 and 17 and Section V.E. of the Framingham Zoning By -law and other permitting and approval processes as may be applicable. The Planning Board may require the Applicant to provide funds for Planning Board review consultants to assist in the technical review of the proposal in accordance with Article 16 of the Planning Board's Administrative Rules and Regulation in accordance with Chapter 593 of the Acts of 1989, Chapter MGL c.44, Section 53G. 2) Pre - Application Conference: The applicant, as defined in Section I.E.1. herein, is encouraged to meet with the Planning Board in open session for an NCD Pre - Application Conference prior to submitting a formal application for NCD Special Permit. Materials which should be submitted prior to such Conference include the preliminary NCD Density Calculation with density yield plan, and an existing conditions plan. These materials should allow for a preliminary discussion of density yield for the proposed NCD and should provide an opportunity for informal staff and Planning Board review of the project design, while various design options are still open. The Pre - application Conference, preliminary materials, and discussions within the conference shall not be binding upon the Planning Board or Applicant for the final approval of the project. b. Special Permit Criteria 1) In evaluating the proposed NCD, the Planning Board shall consider the general purpose and objectives of this Section; the existing and probable future development and use of surrounding areas; the appropriateness of the proposed layout of streets, ways, lots and structures; and the design and use of the Common Land in relation to both the proposed dwelling units in the NCD and the important natural features of the proposed NCD tract of land. 2) The special permit shall be granted only if the Planning Board finds the NCD in compliance with Section V.E.3.a. of the Framingham Zoning By -law and with each of the following: i. The proposed development shall be consistent and /or comply with the Purpose and Intent and Applicability subsections of an NCD as specified in Section IV.R.1. and 2. herein; ii. The proposed development shall comply with the requirements, standards, and objectives of this Section IV.R., and other applicable requirements of this Framingham Zoning By -law; Town Meeting 275 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report iii. The proposed development shall be in harmony with the existing and probable future uses of the area and with the character of the surrounding area and neighborhood; iv. The proposed development shall provide for efficient use and delivery of municipal and other services and infrastructure; and V. The proposed development shall not create a hazard to abutters, vehicles or pedestrians. 3) Special Permit Conditions: As a condition of approval, the Planning Board may require such changes in the proposed development plans and may impose such conditions and safeguards as permitted under Section V.E.3.b. of the Framingham Zoning By -law, including the requirement for a performance guarantee, to secure the objectives of this bylaw, and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the Town of Framingham. c. Review and Approval Process 1) Change in Plans after Grant of Special Permit: No corrections, additions, substitutions, alterations, or any changes as defined in Section V.E.2.e., shall be made in any plans, proposals, and supporting documents approved and endorsed by the Planning Board without the written approval of the Planning Board. 2) Limitation on Development: As may be applicable, no land shown on an approved NCD Site Plan for which an NCD Special Permit is granted under this Section may be further developed, unless such NCD Special Permit lapses or is rescinded. Exceptions may be made for minor shifts of a lot line between residential lots within the NCD tract, but under no circumstances may the lot lines of the Common Land be amended or may additional lots be created. 3) Relationship to Subdivision Control Law Required: Planning Board approval of a NCD Special Permit under this Section shall not substitute for compliance with the Subdivision Control Law, nor require the Planning Board to approve any plan showing a Subdivision or Division of land, nor reduce any time periods for Planning Board consideration under the law. All waivers from Subdivision Control Law or the Town of Framingham Subdivision Rules and Regulations shall be pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 41, Section 81R. 4) Rules and Regulations: The Planning Board may adopt and amend reasonable rules and regulations for the administration of this Section, including a schedule of fees. Direct costs associated with required legal notices shall be charged to the Applicant. ARTICLE 20 To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws as follows: Town Meeting 276 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report Article I, section 1.3 — Under Real Property Committee, Number Appointed /Yr. delete the word "seven" and insert the word "six" in its place. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. Sponsor: Town Clerk October 23, 2012 Voted: That the General Bylaws be amended as follows, as set forth in the warrant for this Town Meeting and attached to this motion: Article I, Section 1.3 — Under Real Property Committee, Number Appointed/Yr. delete the word "seven" and insert the word "six" in its place. Approved by the Attorney General on December 27, 2012 ARTICLE 20 - ATTACHMENT Board Number of Number Members Term of Office Appointing Authority AppointedNr. Conservation Seven Three Years Board of Selectmen Two in 2 years Commission Three in 1 year Council on Aging 5 2 -6 Total: 7 -11 Real Property Committee Finance Committee Ten TM Members and One from Six Specified Boards, Committees and Commissions Nine Capital Budget Six Town Committee Meeting Members One Personnel Board Five Town Meeting Two Years Board of Selectman See Art. II, Sec Two Years Council on Aging 13 Chairman Three Years Moderator Four in 1 year; Three in 2 years One Year School Comm., Seven each Planning Board, year Board of Selectmen, Finance Comm. Park & Rec. Commission and Conservation Commission Three Years Moderator Three Three Years Moderator Two One Year Finance Committee One Three Years Moderator Two in 2 years; One in 1 277 Town of Framingham 2012 Annual Town Report year Government Study Twelve Three Years Moderator Four Committee Members Local Emergency As necessary - -- Town Manager See Article V, Planning Section 4 Committee (LEPC) Commission on Nine Three Years; Board of Selectmen Three Disability Also, see Article 11, Section 23.3.1 Technology Six Three Years; Moderator Two Advisory Also, see Committee Article III, Sec. 4.2 Agricultural Five with up to Three Years Board of Selectmen Two in two Advisory four alternates years One in Committee one year 1.4 Except as stated in subsection 1.1 above or in the following, all employees of the Town shall be appointed by the Town Manager. All appointments shall be in accordance with the Personnel Bylaws of the Town (Article IV) and shall be for an indefinite period unless otherwise stated in these Bylaws or in the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Employees of the following governmental bodies shall be appointed by the indicated authority: RESOLUTION October 23, 2012 Voted: Be it resolved that it is the will of Town Meeting that any financial article that will result in the addition of personnel to the Town roster must allocate a portion of any additional voted funds to cover the added costs of personnel benefits such as health insurance to the Town. Maureen Dunne, Precinct 9 Town Meeting 278