Volunteers sought for city boards, commissions

Published on Sunday, 3 December 2017 21:13
Written by Skyler Frazer

Staff writer

NEW BRITAIN - Mayor Erin Stewart is looking for residents to serve on several of the city’s boards and commissions.

“Participating on a board or commission is a great way to get involved in your community,” Stewart said when announcing the need for citizen involvement. “It takes a team of dedicated volunteers to keep our city moving forward. There are a variety of boards and commissions for a multitude of professional backgrounds. We welcome your participation.”

People are needed to serve on the following boards and commissions:

 Commission on Aging

 Animal Welfare Commission

 Arts Commission

 Building Commission

 City Plan Commission

 Civil Service Commission

 Commission on Community and Neighborhood Development

 Conservation Commission

 Ethics Commission

 Fair Rent Commission

 Fairview Cemetery Commission

 Fire Commission

 Board of Health

 Housing Authority Board

 Historic Preservation Commission

 Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities

 Ordinance Board of Appeals

 Parking Commission

 Parks and Recreation Commission

 Commission on Persons with Disabilities

 Police Commission

 Board of Public Works

 Veterans Commission

 Board of Water Commissioners

 Youth and Family Services Commission

 Zoning Board of Appeals (including Alternates)

Those interested in serving on a board or commission should email a letter of interest to Deputy Chief of Staff Justin Dorsey at justin.dorsey@newbritainct.gov or by mail to Justin Dorsey, c/o Mayor’s Office, 27 West Main St., New Britain, CT 06051.

The deadline for applications is Friday, Dec. 8.



Posted in New Britain Herald, New Britain on Sunday, 3 December 2017 21:13. Updated: Sunday, 3 December 2017 21:15.