Recreation Open Forum Meeting

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This is an opportunity for residents, youth organizations, civic groups and businesses and other interested parties to ask questions, make recommendations, express concerns and hear plans for the future.

Peter Centola February 04, 2014 at 06:52 AM
To: Members of the Watertown Community From: Peter Centola, Director of Recreation Event: Open Forum Meeting Date: Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 Location: Town Hall – 149 Main Street: Lower Hearing Room Time: 6:00 to 7:00 Please take this opportunity to receive up to date and accurate information regarding any and all items that is related to the Watertown Recreation Department. This is your time to ask questions, share concerns and present new ideas. Please attend when you can! Open Forum Agenda •Winter Programs Offerings •What programming would you like to see in the future and for who? •Operational Budget Process: How does it work? •Capital Improvement Process: How does it work? •Capital Improvements: Status of current projects •Capital Improvements: What could be in the future •Field Permit Applications for Spring, Summer and Fall •Picnic Permit Applications for Spring, Summer and Fall •Seasonal Employment Applications Available •Join Facebook, Twitter and/or Notify Me •Your comments, concerns and questions Questions of the month: Each month, the department will answer some of the reoccurring questions that pop up randomly and sometimes anonymously on Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Emails, Patch, Tab and Press, Watertown Access Channel or just asked directly or indirectly through other departments and/or the school department. Here are this months “Questions of the Month” Feel free to send in questions directly to: recreation@watertown-ma.gov •Why is First Aid, AED and CPR mandated for all recreation staff? •Why was 74 arborvitaes planted on the Orchard Street side of Victory? •When is the registration materials coming out for the Pequossette Summer Program? •When is the Casey Park renovations being completed?


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