Joint Amherst Finance Committee/JCPC Meeting - Sept. 5, 2019

Joint Amherst Finance Committee/JCPC Meeting - Sept. 5, 2019

Description: 

A meeting of the Amherst Finance Committee followed by a joint meeting between the Finance Committee, the Joint Capital Planning Committee and the Town Council on September 5, 2019.

Production Date: 
Friday, September 6, 2019

Critical Connections

Critical Connections is a non-profit organization based in western Massachusetts that seeks to improve understanding of social, political and religious trends related to Muslim communities here in the U.S. and abroad. 

We carry out our mission by:

  • Convening timely panel discussions, film screenings, workshops, and dialogues
  • Producing community television shows and video blogs
  • Publishing backgrounders and commentaries on our website as well as disseminating informed opinions through social media
  • Reaching out to public sector officials, institutions and people of all beliefs to develop ways to build inclusive and more resilient communities

 


Please know that if I could be at every event, I would. The speakers and conversations are so helpful for me to learn, so I can then work to offset the anti-Muslim sentiment in our culture. I find far too many other local inter-religious events or dialogues to not engage issues deeply enough. Critical Connections provides me the fullness and richness of thought, politics, culture, religion, etc, that I am looking for. So just keep doing what you are doing!

— Rev. Corey Sanderson, 1st Congregational Church, Greenfield, MA


Public Contact Information: 
CALL OR VISIT 468 Inverness Lane Longmeadow, MA 01106 (978) 660-2844

Amherst Finance Committee

The bylaws of the Town of Amherst require the Finance Committee "to investigate all proposals in the articles of the warrant for any town meeting that shall in any way affect the finances of the town and to recommend to the town... a course of action thereon, and in general to make recommendations to the town in regard to any financial business of the town." 

More:  https://www.amherstma.gov/193/Finance-Committee