Community Preservation Committee
The Community Preservation Committee is responsible for studying and, recommending to the Town Council the appropriation of Community Preservation Funds for, the needs, possibilities and resources of the Town regarding community preservation, including the consideration of regional projects for community preservation.
The full duties and powers of the Community Preservation Committee are prescribed in Chapter 185 of the Town Bylaws.
The Community Preservation Committee consists of nine members serving three-year terms. The Town Manager appoints three at-large members. The remaining six members consist of a designated member from each of the following Boards: (1) Conservation Commission, (2) Historical Commission, (3) Housing Authority, (4) Planning Board, (5) Board of Public Works, (6) Recreation Commission.
|Jonathan Torcia||Chair, Planning Board Rep.||2024|
|Elizabeth Stroughton||Conservation Commission Rep.||2023|
|Lynn A. Booth||Housing Authority Rep.||2024|
|John Makara||Historical Commission Rep.||2024|
|Philip Abair||Board of Public Works Rep.||2024|
|Daniel Reynolds||Recreation Commission Rep.||2023|
|Anthony Zampiceni||At-Large Member||2024|
|Thomas O'Brien||At-Large Member||2023|
|Robert Dobek||At-Large Member||2025|
CPC Funding Information
Please check the Community Preservation Coalition Website for eligibility requirements and allowable uses of Community Preservation funds.
Two (2) Funding Cycles:
CPC will review proposals and make recommendations to Town Council within 90 days for final approval.
Per Chapter 185-3C of the Town's Bylaws, the Community Preservation Committee shall submit all applications to the Town Council at a public hearing.