Sept. 19 brings the next in an “Ask the Career Counselor” series that provides free, individualized career counseling to support residents in achieving short- and long-term employment goals.
The City Council will hold a committee meeting at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 29 at City Hall to discuss becoming the first Massachusetts community to publicly fund local elections.
The Housing Division of the city’s Community Development Department will hold rental and homeownership information sessions from noon to 2 p.m. Aug. 24 in Central Square.
People interested in serving on the Planning Board – the authority granting special permits and responsible for review of special permit requests, review and development of zoning proposals and the study of land use in the city – should submit an application.
The Council on Aging is seeking people to serve on its board and advocate for issues important to seniors. Applicants must be age 60 or older and a Cambridge resident.
In anticipation of expected great interest from people seeking to be Cambridge’s next city manager, city officials are assembling a 19-member committee to screen résumés and conduct preliminary interviews with the highest-qualified candidates.
Residents interested in filling a vacancy on the Cambridge Water Board should apply by Aug. 19. This is an extension of the original July 1 deadline.
The Housing Division of the city’s Community Development Department will hold two rental and homeownership information sessions from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 9.
The Community Preservation Act Committee will meet at 6 p.m. July 28 to take public comment on allocations for projects to be funded with Community Preservation Act Funds.
Nominations are sought by the Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers for its 2017 Awards Gala, which will take place for the second time at the Royal Sonesta Boston in Cambridge. The event is planned for April 29.