FRAMINGHAM, MA – – Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer is pleased to announce that the State of the City address will be delivered on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in Nevins Hall of the Memorial Building located at 150 Concord Street. In the State of the City, Mayor Spicer will address Framingham’s transition to a City, as well as the 2018 successes and 2019 opportunities.
“As I have been preparing for my State of the City address, I was reviewing my 2018 calendar,” said Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer. This past year was pivotal; and I felt strongly about doing all that I could to build our leadership team; address challenges; invigorate the economy; preserve Framingham’s resources, like open spaces, and our quality of life; and invest in the people, who are the backbone of our vibrant City. I wake up every day, thinking how can I move the needle for Framingham. It might be attending a ribbon cutting for a new local business, a conference that will provide ideas on how to develop our downtown or even an inauguration of a politician who recognizes that Framingham now has a seat at the table.”
From the Mayor’s 2018 Calendar she has:
Everyone is invited to attend the State of the City January 28 to hear how the work of the Mayor and City leaders is moving our new City forward.