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Updated Framingham Real Estate Tax Bill Info

April 6, 2021 (4:27 pm EST)
by News Staff
Filed under: General Interest
2021 Framingham R.E. Tax Bill Info
Resident were confused as Q3/Q4 2021 R.E. Tax Bills sent in March show amounts as "Past Due" which aren't due until May 3rd, 2021.

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- The City mailed third-quarter real estate tax bills on Wednesday, March 17, and mailed fourth-quarter bills Wednesday, March 31. Both are due Monday, May 3.

Because the third- and fourth-quarter bills were created close together, the fourth quarter bills included a tally for both the third- and fourth-quarter real estate taxes.

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Framingham Mailing Delayed Q3/Q4 2021 Real Estate Tax Bills

March 18, 2021 (8:54 am EST)
by News Staff
Filed under: Uncategorized

FRAMINGHAM, MA - The City begins mailing third-quarter (Q3/2021) real estate tax bills today (March 17, 2021), and will send out fourth-quarter (Q4/2021) tax bills Wednesday, March 31.

Payment for both (Q3 and Q4) real estate taxes will be due on Monday, May 3, 2021.

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Two 6-Story Towers Planned For Tech Park

March 4, 2011 (9:58 am EST)
by Randy Harris
Filed under: Business,Public Meetings

FRAMINGHAM, MA - The Framingham Planning Board will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 9:15 p.m. in the Blumer Community Room of the Memorial Building, 150 Concord Street, Framingham, Massachusetts to consider the application of Framingham CFII, LP and The Congress Group Inc. for a Special Permit for Land Disturbance.

The permit is in regards to a proposal to construct two six-story buildings which will be connected by a common connector building at 125, 135 and 137 Pennsylvania Avenue.

The properties consist of the former home of International Paper and other office buildings built in the 1960's and 1970's.  The properties are in the Framingham Industrial Park, (which is located between Rt. 30, Rt.9 and the MassPike and is best known as the home of ...[read more]

Framingham Taxpayers Association is Back

February 12, 2011 (3:54 pm EST)
by Randy Harris
Filed under: Politics

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 |