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City announces openings on several Boards and Commissions

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Director of Planning and Development, Shanna B. Saunders, would like to remind the public that there are several openings on various Boards and Commissions for the City of Rochester.

A complete list of openings is available below:

“Serving on City Boards and Commissions is a great way to get involved in the community and stay informed of city initiatives,” said Saunders “I encourage anyone interested to learn more about each Commission, Board focus, and meeting schedule by visiting our website or calling the Planning Department.”

Molly Meulenbroek, Chair of the Historic District Commission describes her experience as an opportunity to have direct involvement in shaping the future of Rochester.

“During my decade of experience on the HDC, I have seen firsthand the small and large projects that have contributed to the revitalization of our downtown,” said Meulenbroek.

Anyone interested in serving is encouraged to submit a Statement of Interest Form to the City Clerk’s Office at 31 Wakefield Street or sign and email to cityclerk@rochesternh.net. Applications are reviewed before the Appointments Review Committee. Selected applicants will be approved by the City Council. 

Call (603) 335-1338 to learn more about the Planning Board, Historic District Commission, Conservation Commission, Arts & Culture Commission, and Zoning Board of Adjustment. 

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