FRAMINGHAM – City of Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer will give a State of the City address next Monday evening.
The City of Framingham charter requires the mayor to give a state of the city address each January.
The Mayor announced this afternoon, just before 2:30 p.m., that she would give the address on Monday, February 5 at 6 p.m.
The address will be given inside Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building.
The public is invited to attend.
According to the mayor’s office, the Mayor will address “address the transitioning of Framingham to a City form of government, a status report regarding the City of Framingham and where we are as a municipality, building strengths in Framingham Public Schools and addressing the challenges, steps to invigorate Framingham’s economy for balanced development and growth, preserving Framingham’s resources and addressing the quality of life in Framingham through investing in our people.”
When asked by Source why the State of the City was scheduled for February and not January, the mayor’s response was “As part of our planning the first hundred days of my administration, my transition team and I completed a thorough review of the Charter. The timing of this requirement is one thing we simply decided could be pushed back a few days to ensure that it was a valuable event and worth people’s time to participate.”
“I am so excited to let the people of Framingham know how our first month as a City has gone and allow me to lay out a vision for the path ahead,” said Mayor Spicer