City of Framingham COO and CFO to speak at Framingham Business Association meeting


FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham’s chief operating officer (COO) and chief financial officer (CFO) will be guest speakers at the next meeting of the Framingham Business Association on Wednesday May 11.

Chief Financial Officer Louise Miller and Chief Operating Officer Michael Tusino will speak to Mayor Charlie Sisitsky’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2023, which the 11-member city council is currently considering. City Council, the legislative branch of city government, will vote on the budget in June.

Meet at noon at La Cantina on Route 135 in Framingham.

The Framingham Business Association was formed to promote and protect the value, importance and significance of a thriving business community in the city of Framingham, and to ensure that the needs of local businesses are catered for, understood and supported by residents and government officials.

The Association strives to be a good example of a successful community training alliance dedicated to making a positive impact on behalf of the businesses and residents of the City of Framingham. The Association believes that a thriving local business community equals a thriving Framingham.

FBA membership is open to any member of the local Framingham business community.

If you would like to participate tomorrow, email


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