Framingham Conservation Commission

The Framingham Conservation Commission was established in 1972 to protect and manage open space for the Town as well as administer the Wetlands Protection Act and the Wetlands Protection Bylaw.

Meetings
  • 7 p.m.
  • 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of every month
Members
The Conservation Commission consists of seven members, appointed by the Board of Selectmen. The commission is fortunate to have members with expertise in engineering, wetland regulation, and botany.

Conservation Commission Members


  • Bob Bois (Chair)
  • Sam Bade (Vice Chair)
  • Bill Merriam
  • Jennifer Forman Orth
  • Thomas Liveston
  • Eve Lewinger
  • Priya Gandbhir
Announcements:
Meeting Updates:
  • The Notice of Intent application for the nuisance aquatic management of Sudbury River was opened at the October 5, 2016 Conservation Commission Public Meeting and was closed at the October 24, 2016 Conservation Commission Public Meeting.  A copy of the application can be viewed here.