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Framingham Taxpayers Association is Back

Filed under: Politics by Randy Harris at 3:54 pm on February 12, 2011

FRAMINGHAM, MA -The Framingham Taxpayers Association, or "FTPA" has been re-established and re-activated.  The organization which operates as a fiscal watchdog over "the interests of residential property taxpayers", and "advocates for fiscally responsible and cost-effective town government", is gearing up to counter any Proposition 2 1/2 tax override.

Citing the fact that taxpayers must live within their means, the group's mission is to organize voters to oppose raising taxes, and to see that municipal government lives within the means taxpayers already provide.

The FTPA was originally formed in 2003, "to serve as advocates for Framingham Taxpayers". In a press release, February 12, 2011, the FTPA lists the officers (and members of the FTPS Executive Committee), as:

  • Enzo Rotatori, (Chairman)
  • Karl Thober, (Treasurer)
  • Roxana Sanchez, (Secretary)

And two additional members of the FTPA Executive Committee:

  • Doug Freeman
  • Jack Prindiville

Rotatori, Freeman and Prindiville were part of the founding of the original FTPA organization in 2003.  The five members of the Executive Committee serve without compensation.

A press release issued earlier today promises that "Framingham residents will be reading and hearing more details regarding FTPA activity in the coming weeks and months."

For additional information about the FTPA , contact Enzo Rotatori, FTPA Chairman, (508) 872-6817, or email: or Doug Freeman, (508) 596-9351 or email:


Enzo Rotatori (Chairman): 508-872-6817 |

Doug Freeman: 508-596-9351 |

Flood Pushes Back Income Tax Filing Deadline

Filed under: General Interest by News Staff at 2:16 pm on April 6, 2010

FRAMINGHAM, MA - The rains that soaked the region at the end of March 2010 caused enough damage to have several Massachusetts counties declared Federal Disaster Areas.

If you live in one of the affected counties, (Bristol, Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk or Worcester county), and have not filed your 2009 State or Federal Income Tax Returns, the deadline for filing has been extended to May 11, 2010. ...[read more]

Town of Framingham Now Accepts Online Tax Payments

Filed under: General Interest by Deb Cleveland at 9:43 pm on July 20, 2005

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- The Town of Framingham is pleased to offer taxpayers the ability to pay Real Estate and Personal Property tax bills on-line, selecting MCC eBill, one of the fastest growing municipal bill payment services in Massachusetts, to process payments. This new customer service is effective immediately providing an additional option for the payment of outstanding real estate and personal property taxes. Other bill paying offerings will be phased in over time.

eBill accepts verified tax information from the Town and posts it on the eBill website ( so residents can view and pay their bill. Access to their website is via a link from the Town’s website

To make payments online, Tax Payers must first register on eBill. Once the online registration page is completed and the account is activated, residents can authorize electronic transfers from their bank account or by using an American Express credit card. The only information needed to complete a payment on eBill is your current bill and valid bank account or American Express credit card information.

The convenience fee for paying your bill online via ACH (electronic check, payments made using a checking or savings bank account) at 25 cents, is cheaper than a stamp.

Registering is easy and requires minimal information from you.

Please contact the Treasurer/Collector’s Office with any questions: Tel: (508)628-1311,

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