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February 18, 2013

Gloucester on the Agenda

Municipal meetings that are open to the public and scheduled for the city of Gloucester this week. Submitted by the city of Gloucester’s Committee on Citizen Participation and Public Information:

Today

Presidents Day – All municipal offices are closed.

Tuesday

Community Preservation Committee, 6 p.m., Third Floor Conference Room, City Hall.

Waterways Board / Public Facilities Committee, 6 p.m., Council Committee Room, first floor, City Hall.

Wednesday

Planning and Development subcommittee, 7 p.m., Kyrouz Auditorium, City Hall.

Conservation Commission, 7 p.m., Friends Room, Sawyer Free Library.

Thursday

Budget and Finance subcommittee, 6 p.m., Council Committee Room, first floor, City Hall.

Waterways Board — Operations & Finance/Safety Committee, 6 p.m., Third Floor Conference Room, City Hall.

Planning Board, 7 p.m., Kyrouz Auditorium, City Hall.

For a complete listing of public meetings and public hearings visit the City Clerk’s office at City Hall or on the web at http://www.gloucester-ma.gov/

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