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Storm Cancellations & Notices - Feb. 1 & 2, 2011

February 1, 2011 (1:39 pm EST)
Filed under: Public Meetings by News Staff

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Due to storm conditions the Selectman's Meeting and School Committee meeting scheduled for tonight, (2/1/2011), have been canceled.


The Main Library Book Club meeting that was scheduled for this evening (2/1/11) has been cancelled and re-scheduled for Thursday, February 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Costin room. The book being discussed is "Cutting For Stone."


(Library) The presentation by James Coleman, President and CEO of the American Textile Museum, scheduled for Wednesday evening, February 2nd has been canceled and re-scheduled for next Tuesday evening, February 8th at 7 p.m. in the Costin room.


Feb 2nd Immunization Clinic POSTPONED and is Rescheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 8th at Keefe Tech HS from 3 pm to 7 pm.  We still have more flu season to get through. Flu has not yet peaked in Massachusetts. There is still time to get your flu vaccine. The Framingham Board of Health and Medical Reserve Corps volunteers are holding a FREE PUBLIC IMMUNIZATION CLINIC on Tuesday February 8th, 2011 at Keefe Vocational Technical High School, 750 Winter Street Framingham, from 3-7 pm. This clinic is open to ALL residents of Massachusetts ages 6 months and up. This clinic will offer this year’s influenza vaccine, the pneumonia vaccine, and the Tetanus/Pertussis vaccine (tetanus and whooping cough) while supplies last. For More Information please contact: Laurie Courtney, Framingham Public Health Nurse,  508-532-5476 or


Due to severe weather conditions forecast for today, Tuesday February 1, 2011, through Wednesday February 2, 2011, the Town of Framingham will waive interest charges up to $15.00 on the 2011 third quarter real estate tax bills, provided payment is received by the close of business, which is 7:00 pm, on Thursday February 3, 2011


The Framingham Finance Committee Meeting and the School Committee Meeting scheduled for this evening (Wednesday, February 2,2011) have been cancelled.

We will update this page with additional notices as they become available.


  1. why dont you cancel school in the night like others than when people are getting ready

    Comment by Jonathon guertin — February 1, 2011 @ 5:49 pm

  2. We just publish the information, the decision to call off school is made by the School Department.

    I can’t speak for them, but I believe they wait as long as possible to call off school hoping either the storm will pass us over, or the roads will be cleared in time so they can keep the total number of “snow days” to a minimum, (as those days need to be made up in the summer).

    Still, I agree with you — it would be nice if, when a storm is obviously going to hit Framingham that they make the call the night before so people don’t have to wait and wonder if they need to get up for school or not.

    Comment by Randy Harris — February 1, 2011 @ 6:51 pm

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