Town Hall, The Publick House, and The Old Worcester-Stafford Turnpike (Stagecoach toll road, 1810 – at the Heins Farm location).
Community Preservation Administration Costs
With the acquisition of land, the Town has and will have costs associated with appraisals, engineering and legal fees. This work is funded from approved Community Preservation Act Administration funds. The CPC will produce a brochure which will outline CPA funded parcels of land. The purpose of the brochure is to educate the public on location, parking and uses pertaining to each parcel. The CPC Administration account will fund the brochure. Town Meeting approval was received for the amount of $15,000.00. All unused money designated for administration costs automatically reverts back to the CPA General Fund, as required by The Community Preservation Act.
The Community Preservation Committee sponsored one article at the Special Town Meeting held on October 19, 2009:
The CPC recommended and the Special Town Meeting voters approved spending $107,782.80 for the purpose of funding the costs of placing a new slate roof on the Town Hall for the preservation and restoration of an historical resource, including all incidental costs thereto.
CPA projects and proposals can come from interested citizens, land owners, various committees and Town boards. Any project proposed to the CPC is given full recognition and is studied carefully. The CPC encourages all to attend our meetings, which are posted at Town Hall.
Respectfully submitted, COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
Penny Dumas, Chairperson Chip Silvestri Joe Ouellette Edward Goodwin Kelly Emrich
Mike Moran Mike Rylant Heather Hart