City’s Advisory Board on the Living Wage seeks new-member applications by Dec. 15
From the City of Cambridge, Nov. 16, 2015: Residents are sought to serve on the Community Advisory Board on the Living Wage. Made up of nine members, which includes representatives of labor unions, community organizations and the business community, the board meets as needed, typically two to three times a year.
The board’s purpose is to review the effectiveness of the City Living Wage Ordinance at creating and retaining living-wage jobs; to make recommendations to City Manager Richard C. Rossi regarding the granting of waivers to covered employees; to review the implementation and enforcement of the ordinance; and to make recommendations in connection with the ordinance.
For information, call Sheila Keady Rawson, of the city’s personnel department, at (617) 349-4341 or send email to [email protected]. Applications, including letters of interest and a résumé, are due by Dec. 15 and can be sent via mailed to Richard C. Rossi, City Manager
City of Cambridge, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139; faxed to (617) 349-4307; or sent by email to [email protected].