FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer has nominated a District 3 resident to fill a recent vacancy on the Community Development Committee.
The Community Development Committee works in cooperation with the Division of Planning and Community Development to satisfy the citizen participation requirements of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, hold public hearings to obtain views of citizens on
community development and housing needs, and provide citizens with adequate opportunities to participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of the Community Development Program.
Spicer nominated Eileen Bogle, who most recently served as the Interim Director for the Northborough Senior Center, to the Committee.
“Her experience as the Site Coordinator for the Adventures in Lifelong Learning and as Director of the Weston Council on Aging, will contribute and provide a new perspective to the committee,” wrote Mayor Spicer in a memo to 11-member City Council on Tuesday, October 6.
The City Council has 30 days to approve or reject the nomination. If no action is taken, she becomes a member of the 7-member Committee.
Spicer nominated Bogle is nominated to serve through June 30, 2022.
Other members of the Committee currently include:
- Tianna Tagami of District 2
- Andrew Machkasov of District 2
- Celina Villa of District 7
- Beverly Good of District 8
- Delmy Valentin of District 8
- Mikala Bembery of District 8
Mayor Spicer chose not to re-appoint Karen Duffy & Jake Binnall to the Committee earlier this year.