Press release from Mayor Art Ward:
BRISTOL – Mayor Arthur J. Ward said recently he is continuing to seek names for positions to City boards and commissions.
“True representation of the City of Bristol is important and I want our commissions and boards to reflect the diversity of the City,” said Ward in a press release “We know there are qualified residents out there that can contribute to the growth and well being of our town.”
Recommendations from the public are welcome and encouraged by the mayor. While appointments are made on a regular basis throughout the year, early submissions will allow for greater flexibility in determining the appropriate match. At this time, there are openings on the Mayor’s Task Force on Energy Conservation, Bristol Transportation Commission, the Zoning Commission, Code Enforcement Committee, The Historic District Commission, Library Board and the Bristol Transportation Commission.
Anyone interested in applying for a position, should submit a letter of intent stating reasons for applying and any qualifications or experience that would be of assistance to this board or commission. Correspondence should be sent to Office of the Mayor, 111 North Main Street, Bristol, CT 06010, Attention: Board and Commission Appointments.
Residents also may also contact the Mayor, directly, by using the email firstname.lastname@example.org This e-mail address gives the public more direct access to the Mayor’s office and can be used for submission of names for these appointments.
For information about board or commission appointments, contact the office at 860-584-6250.
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