BROOKLINE — The Town of Brookline is urging residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community maintains a moderate risk designation from the state.
Public Schools of Brookline and Town of Brookline Provide Update on COVID-19 Testing and Safety Efforts
BROOKLINE — Interim Superintendent Jim Marini and Town Administrator Mel Kleckner wish to provide an update on two recent actions to support and protect all community members, including the staff and students of Public Schools of Brookline, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Town of Brookline Provides Update on In-Town Testing Initiative, Urges Continued Vigilance as COVID-19 Cases Decreases
BROOKLINE — Health Commissioner Dr. Swannie Jett wishes to provide residents with an update on the town’s COVID-19 testing site, and urge continued vigilance against the spread of the coronavirus.
BROOKLINE– Town Administrator Mel Kleckner is pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline has appointed Erin Chute Gallentine as its new Commissioner of Public Works, making her the first woman to oversee the department in its history.
BROOKLINE — Town Administrator Mel Kleckner and Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director John Sullivan are pleased to announce that the Town of Brookline has upgraded its existing AlertBrookline emergency alert system.
Town of Brookline Encourages Residents to Participate in Second Urban Forest Climate Resiliency Master Plan Open Forum, Survey
BROOKLINE– The Brookline Parks and Open Space Division is encouraging residents to share their input regarding the Town of Brookline’s Urban Forest Climate Resiliency Master Plan.