Current Vacancies on Affirmative Action Advisory Committeee and Commercial Parking Control Committee


8/21/2013

Cambridge City Hall -photo by Bob Coe

The City of Cambridge encourages and promotes involvement by residents in the decision-making process through participation in a variety of boards and commissions. Serving on a board or commission can be a rewarding experience and an excellent way to contribute to the quality of life of the community in which you live or work. We rely greatly on the interest and involvement of those volunteers who seek a more active role in the functioning of their local government.

We are currently seeking applicants for the following boards and commissions:

Action Advisory Committee Vacancy
The Affirmative Action Advisory Committee discusses policies affecting municipal employment and its impact on affirmative action issues and serves in an advisory capacity to the Director of Affirmative Action, Personnel Director and the City Manager.

The role of the AAAC is to:

  • Discuss developments in the law impacting the City ‘s Affirmative Action Plan
  • Provide assistance to the AA Director in updating the Plan and monitoring progress
  • Offer assistance to the City in its recruitment efforts
  • Provide advice and assistance to the City Manager to further the City’s AA efforts.

Interested persons should send a letter of interest and/or resume via e-mail, mail or fax by Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 to:

Richard C. Rossi, City Manager
C/O Duane Brown, Affirmative Action Director
City of Cambridge
795 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
E-mail: Duane Brown, dbrown@cambridgema.gov


Commercial Parking Control Committee Members Vacancy
Pursuant to City Ordinance 10.16, the Commercial Parking Control Committee (CPCC) reviews applications and decides whether to issue Commercial Parking Permits. The Committee also decides if spaces have improperly or illegally been operated as Commercial Parking spaces. Commercial Parking Space means parking space available for use by the general public at any time for a fee. Committee members are appointed by the City Manager for staggered terms of three years. No person shall be appointed to the Committee who has a financial interest in commercial parking in Cambridge.

Meetings will be held as needed on weekday evenings, generally no more than twice per year, unless a Commercial Parking permit application or enforcement action is pending. Hearings will be staffed by the Cambridge Traffic, Parking and Transportation Department.

Committee members must be a Cambridge resident and have experience that may include a background as a planner, architect, engineer, lawyer, sustainability, public health; neighborhood involvement is also a plus. 

For more information, contact Adam Shulman, Transportation Planner at 617-349-4745 or ashulman@cambridgema.gov.

Please send cover letter and/or resume indicating your qualifications and why you are interested in being a member of the Committee by the application deadline of Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 to:

Richard C. Rossi, City Manager
c/o Susan Clippinger, Director
Cambridge Traffic, Parking and Transportation Department
344 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Cambridge, MA 02139
Email: Susan Clippinger at sclippinger@cambridgema.gov

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Richard C. Rossi
City Manager

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Deputy City Manager