This shares the Community Preservation Committee meeting that was held on Tuesday, October 5, 2021.
The meeting was conducted in a hybrid mode; committee members present were in the Council Chambers, along with some public participants and the Town Administration staff. Others were able to via the Zoom conference bridge.
Links to the meeting agenda and my notes are in the show notes. The meeting recording runs about eighteen minutes (~:18) . Let’s listen to the Community Preservation Committee meeting for Oct 5
Getting ready for the Community Preservation committee meeting at 7 PM #cpc1005
Meeting opens, motion to approve minutes for three prior meetings, seconded, passes (# to be confirmed) #cpc1005
Discussion on public hearing to gather project ideas, possible Dec time frame, no application yet for projects or funding, anticipate to follow the budget process and then see what the match is available for projects available #cpc1005
Two week notice on lead time for public hearing, Attny Cerel is the CPC Chair for Medway. Staff needs to put form together. Recommendation on two hearings, 4th and 18th of Jan, 2022. Meeting on Dec 7, 2021 would still be for prep. #cpc1005
Google form for ideas, submit anytime. Review during Dec 7, application form is separate to apply for funds. #cpc1005 Town Admin and staff will develop apps for town properties, application would be for private entities to apply
Could use the Feb meeting to review ideas and submissions. March possible for review of the combined listing of projects. Ideally FinCom in April would get review before the Town Council budget hearings and approval #cpc1005
Red brick project, recreation project one or two (i.e. Nason St. tot lot) #cpc1005 would be likely, committee should have town view on projects to consider along with whatever comes in from the 'public'
Catching up to the meeting ending with motion to adjourn. An elapsed time of ~18 minutes. #cpc1005
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