Kathryn Burton and Daniel Toscano, both longtime North End residents, have been appointed to the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Board of Directors. The new volunteer members have been appointed by local government officials to the non-profit board that oversees the Greenway parks.
Kathryn Burton is a government affairs professional and was appointed by State Representative Aaron Michlewitz.
Daniel Toscano is an attorney and was appointed by State Senator Anthony Pettruccelli.
The two new members of the Greenway Conservancy are filling vacant positions on the 21-person board of directors.
The non-profit Rose F. Kennedy Conservancy maintains, programs, and improves the Greenway on behalf of the public and in partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.