The following projects were approved at the 2008 Annual Town Meeting. All expenditures come from the Community Preservation Act fund.
1) Article 25, Town Clerk Historic Document Preservation -$2,300 from the Historic Preservation category to conduct a preservation survey of the paper based collection at the Town Clerk’s office.
2) Article 26, Military Training Field Archeology Survey – $10,000 from the Historic Preservation category to conduct an archaeological study of the historic, Town-owned Military Training Field located on Old County Road.
3) Article 27, Florence Hosmer Paintings Appraisal – $16,000 from the Historic Preservation category to complete a professional appraisal of over 470 paintings by Florence Hosmer that are owned by the Town.
4) Article 28, Stearn’s Mill Dam Evaluation – $14,600 equally from the Historic Preservation/Open Space/Recreation categories to conduct a professional evaluation of the condition of the historic, Town-owned Stearn’s Mill Dam.
5) Article 29, Town Hall Window Restoration – $46,800 from the Historic Preservation category to restore the second floor windows at the historic Town Hall.
6) Article 30, Sudbury Housing Trust Allocation – $750,000 from the Community Housing category for the purpose of funding the Sudbury Housing Trust’s efforts to provide for the preservation and creation of affordable housing.
7) Article 31, Sudbury Housing Authority Unit Reconstruction – $600,000 from the Community Housing category to contribute to the replacement of 4 Sudbury Housing Authority-owned single family dwellings located in North Sudbury with new, duplex units, and to construct a new duplex structure on SHA-owned property on Landham Road.
8) Article 32, CSX Land Purchase – $420,000 equally from the Open Space/Recreation categories for the purpose of purchasing the 1.4 mile long CSX railroad corridor.
9) Article 33, Nobscot Reservation Purchase of Development Rights, Phase 1 – $5,545,000 from the Open Space category for the purpose of purchasing a conservation restriction on approximately 160 acres of land known as the Nobscot Boy Scout Reservation.
10) Article 34, Nobscot Reservation Purchase of Development Rights, Phase II – $2,030,000 from the Open Space category for the purpose of purchasing a conservation restriction on approximately 145 acres of land known as the Nobscot Boy Scout Reservation.
11) Article 35, Walkway Construction – $200,000 from the Recreation category for the purpose of constructing new walkways within the Town.
The project applications can be viewed and downloaded at sudbury.ma.us/cpc , or copies can be obtained at the Planning and Community Development Department, 978-638-3387.