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Date: October 28, 2011

Conservation Agent, Norwell Conservation Commission, Town of Norwell, MA

Norwell (pop. 10,031, land area 21 square miles) is seeking qualified candidates for Conservation Agent to work for the Norwell Conservation Commission in administering the wetland laws and managing 2000 plus acres of conservation land.  Supervises, directs and is responsible for administering day-to-day conservation activities. Candidates must have experience in wetland delineation and on-site inspections, with thorough knowledge of the Wetlands Protection Act and all facets of wetland regulation, the ability to read maps and plans, and the ability to run and present at public meetings. Experience in land management, GIS, and public outreach programs are a plus.  Night meetings, varied hours, and MA driver’s license are required. 37.5 hour Union position with $50,336.94-57,889.26 salary offered.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to Mschmid@townofnorwell.net. Deadline: 11/4, 12:00 p.m.

Nov 2: The Promise of Hubway

When: Wednesday, November 2, 2011, 5:30 p.m.

Where: Harvard Kennedy School, Taubman 301, 3rd fl, Taubman Bldg, 15 Eliot St.
New Balance Hubway, Boston’s new bike sharing system, was launched in July 2011 with 61 stations and 600 bicycles and plans to expand into Boston neighborhoods and surrounding communities. Touted as a way to boost healthy, environmentally friendly transportation, the program has gotten off to a positive start – organizers claim the Hubway bikes were used 37,000 times in month after it was launched. Speakers: Mary McLaughlin, General Manager, Hubway & Nicole Friedman, Director, Boston Bikes.

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