Human Relations Commission
The purpose of the Commission shall be to deal with the causes of intergroup disunity which underlie the urban crisis, including, but not limited to, the elimination of conditions of bias discrimination and prejudice against minority groups, and to establish affirmative action programs to ensure equal enforcement of law, and equal protection of law, for all groups regardless of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetics, status as an active member of the armed forces of the United States, or any other protected class recognized under state or federal law (“protected class status”).
Commission duties are outlined in Article II: Functions and Authority of Permanent Officers, Boards and Committees of the Town (City) Section 12: Human Relations Commission.
Members serve a three-year term are encouraged to attend meetings; remain diligent to the needs of our community and bring those needs to the attention of the Commission; to do research when asked regarding specific issues; to plan and execute forums and seminars.
Varies as Members are volunteers and represent various aspects of our community.
Meeting dates/occurrence: Meetings are the second Thursday of each month (with the exception of July) starting at 7 p.m. and are held in the Memorial Building, Conference Room 2.
|Robert Anspach||Chair||June 2020|
|Eleanor Anbinder||Member||June 2021|
|Bianca Blackman||Member||June 2022|
|Dana Essigmann||Member||June 2020|
|Jason Campbell-Foster||Member||June 2020|
|Mike Genovese||Vice-Chair||June 2021|
|Millie Gonzalez||Member||June 2021|
|Renee Harper||Member||June 2021|
|Timothy Lee||Clerk||June 2020|
|Erica Mash||Member||June 2022|
|Cesar Stewart-Morales||Member||June 2020|
|José Ivan Román||Member||June 2021|
|Priscilla Sousa||Member||June 2019|