Originally posted at 12:31 p.m. Updated at 2:12 p.m.
FRAMINGHAM – Mayor Yvonne Spicer re-nominated two individuals to the Team Framingham Committee and nominated a new committee member from District 6.
The Team Framingham Steering Committee plans and administers all aspects of the Team Framingham Boston Marathon program on behalf of the City of Framingham.
The Committee was the brainchild of former Selectman Mike Bower, who still serves on the Committee.
“Amy Pearl of District 3 and Stuart Hurowitz of District 5, are nominated for reappointment to the Team Framingham Steering Committee, effective through June 30, 2024,” wrote Mayor Spicer to the 11-member City Council.
Lisa Burgess of District 6 is nominated for appointment to the Team Framingham Steering Committee, effective through June 30, 2023, wrote Mayor Spicer.
The 11-member City Council, as the legislative branch of City Council, has the right to approve or disapprove of mayoral appointments. A simple majority or 6 votes is needed for approval.
The chair of the Team Framingham Committee is Jenifer Feaster of District 6. Her terms ends in June 2022.
Other members of the Committee include District 2 resident Bower and Chinye Nolisa of District 6, whose term ends June 30, 2022.
Members Joseph Kynoch of District 2 and Reesa Morabito of District 5 have terms that end on June 30, 2023.
District 8 resident Leslie White Harvey’s term ends on June 30, 2021.
There is currently an opening on the Committee. Interested applicants should reach out to the Mayor’s office.
This year’s Boston Marathon is being held in October due to the pandemic.