District B City Councilor Lisa Feltner has been elected to serve on the board of the Massachusetts Municipal Councilor’s Association. The group provides opportunities councilors to network and share ideas, pursue educational opportunities, meet with state leaders and subject-matter experts, and participate in the advocacy work of the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA).
The following announcement was provided by the MMA:
Member groups representing the state’s mayors, councillors, town managers and administrators, and select board members elected their 2023 officers at their annual business meetings held during the recent Massachusetts Municipal Association’s (MMA) Annual Meeting & Trade Show in Boston. Women Elected Municipal Officials (WEMO) also named its 2023 Steering Committee at its annual Leadership Luncheon during the MMA Annual Meeting.
The MMA is a private, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization serving cities and towns across Massachusetts. Its mission is to improve the effectiveness of local government in the Commonwealth through public policy advocacy, membership education, intergovernmental relations, services to cities and towns, increasing public awareness, and fostering unity.
MMA’s member groups provide programming, networking and sharing of best practices to help public officials in their daily work supporting their communities.
The following are the group officers:
President: John McLaughlin, Waltham
First vice president: Lisa Blackmer, North Adams
Second vice president: Sam Squailia, Fitchburg
District 1: Brad Riley, Easthampton
District 2: Claire Freda, Leominster
District 3: Brendan Sweeney, Beverly
District 4: Mo Rodrigues, Brockton
District 5: Lisa Feltner, Watertown
See the members of the other boards on the Massachusetts Municipal Association’s website by clicking here.