TONIGHT: Thinking about running for office? This event is for you.

TONIGHT: Thinking about running for office? This event is for you.

Considering running for public office? Or maybe helping someone run for office? Interested in how local campaigns work? “Don’t Just Stand There…RUN!’ — happening Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at Newton City Hall, Room 211 — is for you.

The League of Women Voters of Newton invites candidates, potential candidates, campaign managers, campaign treasurers, and all interested citizens to a workshop that offers practical information and advice about political campaigns by a group of

Should changes be made to the mayor’s, city council’s and/or school committee’s compensation?

UPDATED: This thread has been moved up as a reminder about tonight’s (Weds March 27 7 p.m.) public comment opportunity.  Also: Don’t forget the On-line Questionnaire
 
The Blue Ribbon Commission for Salaries, appointed by City Council President Marc Laredo to review the compensation of Newton’s elected officials (the mayor and members of the city council and the school committee) and make recommendations for

Fuller: Schools could ‘manage’ Northland, Riverside, Riverdale & Chestnut Hill Sq projects

In addition to releasing a statement today regarding the MBTA’s proposed bus changes, Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller also shared these thoughts regarding the Newton Public Schools latest enrollment projections. (bold added below for emphasis)

The school enrollment forecast is critical, and it’s done thoughtfully, seriously and in-depth each year.

The Enrollment Analysis Report in November and the Enrollment Planning and Class Size Report issued this week show that while we have to

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