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Openings On Town Boards And Commissions

Published: December 02, 2017 at 12:00 am

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Residents are being sought to fill several opening on local appointed boards and commissions. In some cases the appointments are required to be affiliated with a specific political party, while in other cases unaffiliated voters are encouraged to consider serving.


Current openings exist on:


Animal Control Advisory Board: one alternate vacancy available to an unaffiliated or Republican voter;


Board of Assessment Appeals: one vacancy available to a Democrat, with appointment to be made by December 30;


Board of Ethics: one alternate vacancy and one full board opening to a Democrat or unaffiliated voter;


Design Advisory Board: two alternate positions available to a Republican, Democrat or unaffiliated voter (but no more than one of the same party);


Employee Medical Benefits Board: one alternate position open to any party;


Fairfield Hills Authority: one vacant position available to a Democrat or unaffiliated voter, with candidate recommendations due by December 29;


Inland Wetlands Commission: one vacancy open to a Democrat or unaffiliated voter;


Lake Lillinonah Authority: one open position to any registered voter;


Parks & Recreation Commission: one vacancy available to a Democrat or unaffiliated voter, with candidate recommendations due by December 29;


Pension Committee: one vacant position available to a Republican or unaffiliated voter;


Police Commission: one vacancy to fill two years remaining on a term, which must be filled by a registered Democrat (submit resume to Police Chief James Viadero at james.viadero@newtown-ct.gov and cc Chairman Joel T. Faxon at jfaxon@faxonlawgroup.com by 5 pm on December 11); and


Public Building & Site Commission: has a vacancy available to a Republican or unaffiliated voter, with candidate recommendations are due by December 29.


Inquiries should be made through the Office of the First Selectman, within Newtown Municipal Center at 3 Primrose Street, or call 203-270-4201.

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