The next selection meeting for city boards & commissions will be this Tuesday, December 11 at 6:00pm in the Saxe Room of the Main Library.
There are still some openings. Some highlights:
- There are two openings on the Citizen Advisory Council, which is the board that interviews candidates for openings. If you’d like to encourage people to serve on boards and commissions, and you live in Districts 2 or 5, this is a great board to join.
- There are openings on some of what I would consider to be the most influential of the city’s boards. If you live in D3, there’s (still) an opening on the Planning Board. If you live in D4 or D5, there are openings on the Community Development Advisory Committee. There are two openings on the Worcester Arts Council and the Historical Commission. There is also an opening on the Conservation Commission for a resident of D2, and openings on the Zoning Board of Appeals for residents of D1 and D4.
- There are still openings on lots of the lesser-known boards that could always use people with passion; some examples: Cable Television Advisory Committee, Elder Affairs Commission, and Commission on Disability. There are also two openings on the Hope Cemetery Commission.
If you’d like to see how the process works, watch Worcester Boards and Commissions 101.
Please consider applying for the boards that look most interesting…and get the word out to those you know.