FRAMINGHAM – Last Tuesday, Yvonne Spicer was elected the first-ever mayor of the City of Framingham with 58 percent of the vote.
Tonight, Mayor-elect Spicer spoke before the Framingham Board of Selectmen.
She told the 5-member Board “I look forward to building on your legacy, as we move forward as a City.”
She told Selectmen it has been a ‘whirlwind of a week.”
Mayor-Elect Spicer told Selectmen “in the coming weeks, I look forward to learning more, and spending more time with each and every one of the people who work in this building.”
She said she had an encouraging few days. She spent time yesterday with U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and the Framingham legislative delegation. She also said she spent time with U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy.
Watch her full statement to Selectmen below:
(Editor’s Note: Congresswoman Katherine Clark represents Framingham in Washington D.C.)