Several committees are seeking volunteers. The positions are open to all interested Sudbury residents, and anyone with an interest is encourage to apply or learn more about the valuable work of these committees.
Volunteers needed for Committee focused on developing strategies for unfunded liabilities
The Board of Selectmen created a committee to develop and evaluate strategies for dealing with the long-term unfunded liability that both the Town/SPS and L-S face in providing health insurance benefits for their retired employees. The committee — the Strategic Financial Planning Committee for OPEB liabilities — is looking for a resident with skills or background in areas such as employee health insurance benefits or actuarial experience. To review the mission statement for the Committee, please click here. To send an email inquiry about the committee or this position on the committee, please email the committee at SFPCOL@sudbury.ma.us. Those interested in serving are asked to complete an application form and return it to the Board of Selectmen’s office by August 28, 2014.
Volunteers needed for Capital Improvement Advisory Committee
The Capital Improvement Advisory Committee, (CIAC) is composed of seven members: six members appointed by the Selectmen and one member appointed by the Finance Committee. The CIAC studies proposals from the Sudbury Town Manager, Sudbury Public Schools and the Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School which involve major tangible items with a total project cost of more than $50,000 in a single year or over $100,000 in multiple years and which would likely require an article at Town Meeting for the project’s authorization. The CIAC meets throughout the year, however most meetings are held in the fall and winter months. The CIAC makes an annual report with recommendations to the Finance Committee and the Board of Selectmen on these proposals, in preparation for Annual Town Meeting presentations in May. Desired qualifications include having an interest in project and financial planning, and/or having engineering, architectural, or construction experience.
Applications will be accepted until the three vacancies are filled. For more information about the Capital Improvement Advisory Committee, please contact the committee at email@example.com or Jim Kelly, Facilities Director, at 978-440-5466 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For more volunteer opportunities with the Town, please visit http://sudbury.ma.us/calendar/volunteer.asp.
All interested residents are asked to submit a Volunteer Application form for any committee on which they wish to serve.