Let’s make Framingham economically vibrant, attractive, safe, and fun – with jobs, solid infrastructure, good education and enjoyable recreation, culture and arts.
Driving our Economic Engine
Framingham’s history is rooted in manufacturing – such as Dennison, Roxbury Carpet, and General Motors. But the way in which we live and work has dramatically changed throughout the decades.
Preservation of assets, resources and quality of life
As your Mayor, I will fight for the preservation of natural resources. We will make sure sites like Mary Dennison Park, General Chemical and 350 Irving Street are clean and operating properly . . .
As the people’s Mayor, I will be engaged in my role on the school committee. I will work closely with Dr. Tremblay and the newly elected school committee. My role won’t just be about whether or not the Mayor will support the school budget. It will be about dollars spent wisely . . .
Community Safety and Health
It is the mayor’s responsibility to set the tone for our public safety and make sure that the most basic functions we all rely upon are resourced and ready at all times. As your mayor, I will work closely with our public safety professionals . . .
Improved Operational Processes and Communications
We need to share information and make it easier to access. Whether it’s helping residents with services or business owners opening shop. City hall has to be welcoming and accommodating. I’ve talked to local businesses . . .