Town Seeks Volunteers For New Inclusion & Accessibility Committee


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In January, the Town Council passed a resolution creating a Multicultural Inclusion and Accessibility Advisory Committee (MIAAC). Now it is inviting residents to apply now for one of the six adult and two high school student positions on the committee.

The committee is, as its name includes, a purely advisory body. It will make recommendations on cultural, economic and social issues in Verona to the Town Council, propose accessibility solutions, and assist Steve Neale and Jim Cunningham, respectively Verona’s directors of Administration and Economic Development and Community Services, with organization and research.

Meetings will be held on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Verona Community Center Conference Room, unless otherwise noted. Like all Verona board, commission and committee meetings, MIAAC meetings will be open to the public.

To be considered for an appointment before the committee’s first meeting on Wednesday, March 23, you should apply no later than Tuesday, February 22. To learn more about MIAAC and apply, please visit its website.

MIAAC is one of many Verona boards, committees and commissions that relies on volunteers. To learn more about them and apply for a spot,  call (973) 857-4770 or visit the main board and committee website.

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