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Posted on: May 13, 2016

[ARCHIVED] National Public Works Week is May 15-21

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Please join us as we celebrate National Public Works Week May 15 - 21, a public education campaign by the American Public Works Association (APWA), observed each year during the third full week in May to call attention to the importance of public works in community life. To learn more about National Public Works Week, please visit the APWA website.

The annual Brookline DPW Open House will be held on Tuesday, May 17th from 12-6pm at the Municipal Service Center, 870 Hammond Street. Join us for an afternoon of family-friendly, hands-on fun! Rain date is Tuesday, May 24th.

The DPW Town Meeting Forum will be held on Wednesday, May 18th at 7pm at Brookline Town Hall, Room 103, 333 Washington Street. 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 in-depth discussion of issues concerning the Department of Public Works. To provide an opportunity to address any issues you might have concerning DPW operations, we are inviting residents to the “DPW Town Meeting Forum". We look forward to your attendance and participation.

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