Brian Miller

A South Boston financial advisor is Gov. Charlie Baker’s pick to fill a vacancy on the Boston Planning & Development Agency board of directors.

Brian Miller replaces former board chairman Timothy Burke, who resigned in December. 

Miller is founder of The Miller Group at Morgan Stanley, a financial adviser on group retirement plans. A former finance chair for U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch, Miller co-chaired the capital campaign for Catholic Charities’ Laboure Center and is a former president of the South Boston Residents Group.

The governor appoints one of the BPDA’s five board members. The mayor selects the four others, subject to city council approval.

While the BPDA board has continued to hold virtual meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, it has suspended votes on major development projects including the proposed 16.5-million-square-foot Suffolk Downs racetrack property redevelopment.

Baker Appoints New BPDA Board Member

by Steve Adams time to read: 1 min