Mayor Re-Nominates Hauck & Stevens To Framingham Parks & Recreation Commission

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FRAMINGHAM – Mayor Yvonne Spicer has re-nominated Kathleen Hauck and Shannon Stevens to the 5-member Framingham Parks & Recreation Commission.

The “Commissioners generally represent the community and typically have expertise in the areas of parks (landscaping or athletic fields, recreation activities, leagues, or cultural events), youth sports (organized and pick-up), natural resources, public health, and construction. Advising the Mayor in the areas of public policy and long-range planning of recreation facilities for community use and public enjoyment,” wrote the Mayor to the 11-member City Council in a memo on June 4.

District 3 resident Hauck is the “current Chair of the Parks and Recreation Commission. Her volunteer experience includes roles such as founding President of the Framingham High School Foundation, the Salute to Framingham Coordinator, and member of the Bowditch Dedication Committee,” wrote the Mayor.

“Stevens of District 8 holds an MBA from Franklin University and is a skilled business architect with a passion for analysis and business process improvement. Additionally, she founded and actively serves as the President of FramBARK, advocating and spearheading efforts
to establish a community dog park,” wrote the Mayor.

The nominations were made on June 4, and the 11-member City Council has 30 days to approve or reject the nominations. If no action is taken by the City’s legislative branch, the appointments are automatic. Both appointments are for 3-years through June 30, 2024.

Other members of the Commission, all appointed by Spicer include:

District 1 resident David Gudejko through June 2023

District 3 resident Bob Berman through June 2022

District 3 resident Tony Tolson through June 2023



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