CLARKSBURG, Mass. — The town is seeking applicants to fill a number of vacant positions on its boards and committees.
These boards ensure that the town can fulfill its responsibilities to its citizens and allow local government to operate effectively.
The Board of Selectmen have posted a list of positions the town needs to fill, including a three-year term on the Finance Committee. The committee plays an important role in developing the town's budget with the Board of Selectmen.
The town is also seeking applicants for:
• A three-year term and two one-year alternate terms on the Zoning Board of Appeals.
• A five-year term Recreation Committee.
• A one-year term on the Historical Commission.
• A one-year and two two-year terms on the Northern Berkshire Cultural Council.
• A one-year term on the board of the Hoosac Water Quality District, which operates the waste-water treatment plant for Williamstown and North Adams. The post is representative but non-voting.
• A three-year and a two-year term on the Disabilities Commission.
Anyone interested in filling any of these terms can contact Town Hall. Appointments are made by the Board of Selectmen.
Residents are also being notified that Roy Bishop of Bishop and Associates and his employees will begin inspections of homes in the beginning of September as part of the town's regular re-evaluation.
They will be evaluating properties both inside and out. If a resident is not at home when their area is being viewed, a notice will be left to make contact to set up an appointment for a visit.
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