FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer will present her second State of the City address on Monday, January 28 at Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building at 7 p.m.
The public is invited to attend.
A snow date has been scheduled for January 31.
The City’s charter requires the Mayor to present a State of the City address in January.
It states ” Each year in the month of January the mayor shall make an address to a joint meeting of the council, school committee, all elected and appointed members of municipal committees, boards, commission or officers, division heads, department directors and residents reporting on the state of affairs of Framingham.”
In 2018, Spicer announced on January 31, she would make the address on February 5 at 6 p.m.
The Mayor’s office in a statement in January said “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.”
The Mayor on her public calendar has indicated she will attend the State of the City address by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on January 15 at Symphony Hall.
Also in January, Mayor Spicer will attend two conference. She is scheduled to attend the Massachusetts Municipal Association’s Conference in Boston from January 18-20 and she is scheduled to attend the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting in Washington DC January 23-24-25.