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Posted on: May 8, 2015

[ARCHIVED] DPW Town Meeting Forum to be held May 20, 2015

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Andrew M. Pappastergion, Commissioner of Public Works invites all residents to a “DPW Town Meeting Forum”. The DPW Town Meeting Forum is a special informational meeting to address any questions, concerns, or comments you might have about the operations of the Department of Public Works. Over the years many participants in Town Meeting have taken the floor at the annual meeting to raise any number of issues directly relevant to The Department of Public Works, but which might not necessarily involve the budget. This annual event is a special forum for a more in-depth discussion of issues concerning the Department of Public Works.

It is not surprising that there is so much interest in DPW. Our dedicated employees provide
extensive and often critical services to the community. These include engineering,
transportation, highway, sanitation, recycling, roadway maintenance, street cleaning, snow and
ice control, traffic control, street lighting, parking, line painting, sidewalk maintenance,
equipment maintenance, parks and open space, conservation, public grounds maintenance,
school grounds maintenance, skating rink, forestry, cemetery, water and sewer and storm water
draining. It is safe to say that the Department of Public Works enhances the quality of life for
every resident in some way, every day of the week.

To provide an opportunity to address any issues you might have concerning DPW operations, we are inviting you to the “DPW Town Meeting Forum.” This informational session will be held at
7:00 p.m. on Wednesday May 20, 2015 at the Brookline Town Hall located at 333 Washington
Street, in room 103 on the first floor. We look forward to your attendance and participation.

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