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Margaret Shepard:District 7
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|There is substantial scientific evidence that collaboration,
rather than sparking creativity, results in group-think and mediocrity.
The intelligence of a committee is inversely proportional to the number of its members. (Is eleven too high?)
In their defense, these are not the shiniest coins in the fountain to begin with.
They say that great minds think alike, but so do small minds.
Sisitsky has always been a public sector employee and has not earned any monies in the private sector. He'd love to talk about his illustrous career.
Every tax is a pay cut. Every tax cut is a pay raise.
The City Council plans to meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Meetings will be held at 7 p.m. in the Blumer Room at the Memorial Building, located at 150 Concord St. (24 times a year).
override is enthusiastically (perhaps unanimously) endorsed
by the city council in 2018 or 2019, we can just visualize this
public sector cretin salavating and wringing her
hands thinking more for me, less for you
The proposed Fuller debt-inclusion override that will be shoved down our throats by the public sector unions (who get the bennies) can be done by borrowing the money. Currently, Framingham's debt under the debt limit is limited to $450 million (5% of total assesed value of the city). The current amount in that debt category is about $120 million.
We can easily absorb another $70 million.
|Num||Council Member||District/At Large|
|1||Cheryl Tully Stoll||At Large|
|2||George King||At Large|
|3||Charlie Sisitsky||District 1|
|4||Pam Richardson||District 2|
|5||Adam Steiner||District 3|
|6||Mike Cannon||District 4|
|7||Dennis Giombetti||District 5|
|8||Michael Rossi||District 6|
|9||Margareth Shepard||District 7|
|10||Judy Grove||District 8|
|11||Edgardo Torres||District 9|
As we all know, committees have become so important nowadays
that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.
The subcommittee assignments are:
|Economic Development||Mike Cannon (chairman); Margareth Shepard;
Cheryl Tully Stoll; Edgardo Torres; Dennis Giombetti.
|Education||Adam Steiner (chairman); Pam Richardson; Cheryl Tully Stoll.|
|Environment||Judy Grove (chairwoman); Pam Richardson; Edgardo Torres.|
|Appointments||Cheryl Tully Stoll (chairwoman); Edgardo Torres;
Dennis Giombetti; Margareth Shepard; Michael Cannon.
|Rules||Pam Richardson, (chairwoman); George King; Adam Steiner.|
|Finance||George King (chairman); Charlie Sisitsky; Michael Rossi;
Adam Steiner; Judy Grove.
|Planning and Zoning||Charlie Sisitsky, (chairman); Michael Rossi; George King.|
Framingham council faces pushback on diversity director post
Idiot mayor thinks talent comes mostly from women of color. She is beginning to look a tad racist.
Never underestimate stupidity in large amounts (9-2 vote)
Council members put off pot stores
Charlie Sisitsky is probably thinking....
It starts with marijuana. Next thing you know, they'll be
As usual, doing business in Framingham is like mating elephants.
It's done at a high level.
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Nadia Ullman, at an annual salary of $65,591 working 30 hours per week for
the mayor as a senior policy adviser, will be tasked with connecting
community leaders with city resources, facilitating policy discussions
and branding Framingham as a "first-class city," according to the mayor.
What is this miserable cretin talking about to begin with?
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