Burlington Public Works Commission

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As the Department's "board of directors," The Public Works Commission represents the citizens of Burlington in determining and demanding appropriate Departmental performance. The seven Commissioners are appointed jointly by the Mayor and the City Council, and serve for three-year terms. For more information contact: Chapin Spencer, 863-9094

Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-08-19
Format: 2019-08-19
Burlington Public Works Commission - 01/13/2010
As the Department's "board of directors," The Public Works Commission represents the citizens of Burlington in determining and demanding appropriate Departmental performance. The seven Commissioners are appointed jointly by the Mayor...
Burlington Public Works Commission Part 1 of 2 - 12/09/2009
As the Department's "board of directors," The Public Works Commission represents the citizens of Burlington in determining and demanding appropriate Departmental performance. The seven Commissioners are appointed jointly by the Mayor and the City...
Burlington Public Works Commission Part 2 of 2 - 12/09/2009
As the Department's "board of directors," The Public Works Commission represents the citizens of Burlington in determining and demanding appropriate Departmental performance. The seven Commissioners are appointed jointly by the Mayor and the City...
Burlington Public Works Commission - 11/10/2009
Burlington Public Works Commission
Burlington Public Works Commission Part 1 of 2 - 10/14/2009
Watch part two of this meeting here.
Burlington Public Works Commission Part 2 of 2 - 10/14/2009
Burlington Public Works Commission Part 2 of 2
Burlington Public Works Commission - 07/08/2009
Burlington Public Works Commission
Burlington Public Works Part 2 - 03/11/2009
Burlington Public Works Part 2

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