|New Memorial Building Debt Exclusion/Capital Override|
|The Town of Framingham wishes to rebuild its circa 1926 town hall
that is affectionately known as the
Due to total lack of leadership and planning, not a single plug nickel has been put aside over the last 81 years to get a new one.
What is the purpose of our planning department?
George King's 2005 capital override attempt wanted $28.5 million to renovate the Memorial building, but in all honesty, most people believe that it should be razed and a new town hall should be built elsewhere.
Only one hundred and thirty ( 130 ) town employees work here.
Framingham has a large real estate portfolio that includes a lot of unused properties. These should be sold in order to pay for this new town hall. In essence, this override should not occur.
|Here are some assorted images of the Memorial Building floor layouts.|
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