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PAWTUCKET BOARDS & COMMISSIONS -- EXPIRED TERMS & VACANCIES -- 2021
Pursuant to Sec. 9-105 of the Pawtucket City Charter, below is a list of all terms expiring in 2021 and all current vacancies on Boards/Commissions in Pawtucket.
 
BOARD/COMMISSION DATES TERMS EXPIRING  IN 2021 NUMBER  TERMS EXPIRING IN 2021 / VACANCIES 
Arts & Culture Advisory Commission  1st Monday in October Three, plus two expired terms*
Arts Panel Review Committee June 1, 2021 One (School Department Appointment)
Board of Appeals 1st Monday in January  One member and one alternate
Board of Canvassers 1st Monday in March One**
Historic District Commission 1st Monday in February  Two
Pawtucket Housing Authority July 14, 2021 One
Juvenile Hearing Board 1st Monday in December Six, plus three expired terms***
Parks/Tree Commission 1st Monday in August Three
Pawtucket Business Development Corp. January 2021 One, with five vacancies****
Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee December 2021 Four, plus four expired terms and one vacancy*****
Pawtucket Redevelopment Agency September 12, 2021 One
Pension Board (Mayor Appoints) 1st Monday in January  One
Pension Board (Council Appoints) 1st Monday in January   None
Personnel Board 1st Monday in January  One
City Planning Commission 1st Monday in January  One 
Public Arts Committee 1st Monday in June Two, plus one expired term and one vacancy******
Public Library Trustees 1st Monday in January  Two 
Purchasing Board 1st Monday in January  One
Riverfront Commission (Mayor Appoints) 1st Monday in June One
Riverfront Commission (Council Appoints) 1st Monday in June One
Water Supply Board 1st Monday in January  One
 
* The Advisory Commission on Arts and Culture currently has seven members.  Three will expire in October.  The Mayor needs to make enough appointments to ensure that the Commission has the required minimum of five members, but not more than nine members.
 
** The Board of Canvassers - This year the member may come from either political party, from a list of candidates provided by each party's city committee.
 
*** The Juvenile Hearing Board currently has nine members.  Six will expire in December.  The Mayor needs to make enough appointments to ensure that the Board has the required minimum of seven members, with at least one being from each of the six councilmanic districts and one being under the age of twenty-five.
 
**** The Pawtucket Business Development Corporation currently has twenty-one members.  The Mayor needs to make enough appointments to ensure that the Board has the required minimum of twenty-five members, but not more than thirty members.
 
***** The Pawtucket Hall of Fame Committee currently has eight members.  Four will expire in December.  The Mayor needs to make enough appointments to ensure that the Committee has the required minimum of nine members, but not more than fifteen members.
 
****** The Public Arts Committee currently has three members.  Two will expire in June.  Of the two openings now, one must be an architect or designer and the other must be a community member.  Of the two openings in June, one must be an artist and the other must be a member of the Advisory Commission on Arts and Culture.
 
Anyone interested in serving on a board or commission should send a letter and resume to Anna Martins in the Mayor's Office, 137 Roosevelt Avenue, Pawtucket, RI 02860, or an e-mail to amartins@pawtucketri.com.  

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