The City of Bristol announced it needs to fill vacancies on several Boards, Commissions, and Task Forces and is reaching out to the community who might be interested in serving.
“Volunteering on a board or commission is a great way to give back to the community as well as have a say in the direction the city is taking in various policy areas.” Said Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu.
Board of Finance
City’s New Diversity Council
Memorial Boulevard Magnet School Building Committee
Inland Wetlands Commission
Plainville Area Cable Television Advisory Council
The new Energy Commission
Board of Ethics
For information on these boards, which shows their agendas and minutes click here.
Residents interested in serving on any of the above can submit a letter or email expressing interest, or a resume to the Mayor’s Office at MayorsOffice@bristolct.gov.
You can also contact the Mayor’s Office by phone 860-584-6250
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