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

Monday, Oct. 17

City Hall Restoration Committee, 10 a.m., third-floor conference room, City Hall, 9 Dale Ave.

Gloucester High School School Roof Building Committee, 2 p.m., conference room, school administration building, 2 Blackburn Drive.

Ordinance and Administration Subcommittee of City Council, 6 p.m., first-floor  conference room City Hall.

Ward 1 and 2 community forum, 6:30 p.m., Veterans Memorial School. Forum will discuss plans for future Gloucester building needs and proposals.

Tuesday, Oct. 18

City Council special meeting, 6:15 p.m., library at O’Maley Innovation Middle School, 32 Cherry St. Single-item agenda includes a review of the city’s submission to the state Department of Transportation prioritizing Gloucester’s safe and accessible streets plan.

City Council and School Committee, 7 p.m., library at O’Maley Innovation Middle School. Agenda centers on school building proposals, and related financial and other issues.

Licensing Board, 6:30 p.m., first-floor council committee room, City Hall.  Agenda includes approval of annual entertainment licenses for Lester S. Wass Post 3 American Legion Hall on Washington Street for Friday and Saturday evenings, Legion members and guests only, and for MCMC Restaurant/dba Short & Main at 36 Main St., Monday through Saturday, 6 p.m. to 12 a.m.   

Wednesday, Oct. 19

Voter registration deadline: Final day to register to vote or make changes to any voter registration for the Nov. 8 state and national elections. City clerk’s office at City Hall will remain will remain open until 8 p.m. for registration services only.

Board of Assessors, 9:30 a.m., assessors office, City Hall.

School Committee’s Budget and Finance Subcommittee, 5 p.m., conference room, school administration building, 2 Blackburn Drive.

City Council’s Planning and Development Subcommittee, 5:30 p.m., first-floor conference room, City Hall.

Conservation Commission, 6:30 p.m., Kyrouz Auditorium, City Hall. New project hearings include a notice of intent from Beacon Marine to repair and replace pilings in a coastal bank off East Main Street, and notice of intent filed by Peter Lafata to construct a home on a lot at Horton and Wonson streets.

Note: For a complete listing of public meetings and public hearings, visit the city clerk’s office at City Hall or

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