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September 16, 2013

Gloucester on the agenda

These are some of the municipal meetings, open to the public, scheduled in Gloucester this week:

Monday

Ordinance and Administration subcommittee, 6 p.m., Council Committee Room, first floor, City Hall.

Tuesday

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

Downtown Work Plan Public Meeting, 6 p.m., Kyrouz Auditorium, City Hall.

Waterways Board and Regulations Review Committee, 5 p.m., Council Committee Room, first floor, City Hall.

Wednesday

Committee for the Arts, 5 p.m., Third Floor Conference Room, City Hall.

Harbor Plan Committee, 7 p.m., Third Floor Conference Room, City Hall.

Conservation Commission, 7 p.m., Council Committee Room, first floor, City Hall.

Thursday

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

Fisheries Commission, 6 p.m., Friend Room, Sawyer Free Library.

Note: For a complete listing of public meetings and public hearings visit the city clerk’s office or gloucester-ma.gov

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