WILMINGTON, MA — It just got a little easier for residents to serve in town government.
Vacancies on any of Wilmington’s TWENTY appointed boards, committees and commissions will now be better publicized on the town’s website, with yesterday’s addition of a new section, “Open Board, Commission, and Committee Positions.”
Wilmington Assistant Town Manager Kendra Amaral tweeted the news yesterday, noting “good government is everybody’s responsibility.”
The town’s website now features:
- Available positions posted HERE.
- Descriptions of available positions posted HERE.
- The application to apply for available positions posted HERE.
Rest assured, committee vacancies will continue to be filled by the residents who are most qualified to serve, based on training and experience. Are you ready to serve?
WILMINGTON, MA — The Town of Wilmington is currently seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Conservation Commission. The Conservation Commission is the Town body responsible for administering the State Wetlands Protection Act so as to protect the Town’s wetlands and their resource values. The Commission also acquires and holds land on behalf of the Town for protection of the Town’s natural resources and watersheds. The Commission meets on the first Wednesday of the month at Wilmington Town Hall.
If you are interested in serving on this Commission, please forward a letter of interest outlining qualifications and background and completed Application for Appointment to: Valerie Gingrich, Director of Planning & Conservation, 121 Glen Road, Wilmington, MA 01887 or email email@example.com. Please contact the Department of Planning & Conservation at 978-658-8238 with questions regarding the position.
(Vacancy opening posted from the town’s website)