BROOKLINE — Town Administrator Mel Kleckner wishes to encourage Brookline residents to consider volunteering for a number of vacant positions on critical town boards and committees in 2022.
More than a dozen boards have vacancies that engaged residents are encouraged to fill in order to help each fulfill its critical role supporting the town’s work related to diversity and inclusion, the arts, public health, preservation, and more.
“Each of these groups does important work that benefits the community,” Town Administrator Kleckner said. “I hope that residents looking for a way to give back in the new year will consider applying to join ones that match their skills and expertise.”
Some of the board and commissions that currently have vacancies include:
- Zoning Board of Appeals
- Building Commission
- Commission for Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations
- Commission for the Arts
- Commission for Women
- Advisory Council on Public Health
- Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration Committee
- Brookline Village Parking Benefit District Advisory Board
- Cannabis Mitigation Advisory Committee
- Police Commissioner’s Advisory Committee
- Trustees of Walnut Hills Cemetery
- Preservation Commission
- Community Preservation Act Committee
Residents who are interested in filling a vacancy on one or more boards should fill out a form here, and include their resume or other materials which highlight their relevant background and experience.
To learn more about boards and commissions in Brookline, click here.