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Sudbury’s Community Preservation Committee Seeks Proposals for FY13 Projects

Published on Monday, 9/19/2011 12:00 pm | by Community Preservation Committee | Updated on Tuesday, 10/17/2017 2:53 pm | Automatically Archived on 11/1/2011

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The Community Preservation Committee (CPC) is now soliciting proposals for projects that may qualify for Community Preservation Act funding to be presented at the May 2012 Annual Town Meeting. Proposals can be submitted under any of the four topic areas of: 1) acquisition, creation and preservation of open space; 2) acquisition, preservation, rehabilitation and restoration of historic resources; 3) acquisition, creation and preservation of land for recreational use; and 4) creation, preservation and support of community housing.

Click on the link for the Project Submission Form and Selection Criteria (FY13 Project Submission Form) to download an application. Applications should be submitted to the CPC as soon as possible, and no later than Tuesday, November 1, 2011. Submissions can be mailed to or dropped off at the Planning and Community Development Office, Flynn Building, 278 Old Sudbury Road.

Public hearings about the proposals will be held during the fall of 2011. The CPC plans to propose funding for approved projects via the Town Warrant for the May 2012 Town Meeting.

To find out more information about the CPA in Sudbury, or to read the CPC Report from October 2009, check out the CPC website at: sudbury.ma.us/cpc. A brochure is also available describing the program along with a list of past projects funded by the CPA.

Should you have questions about your project proposal please contact Jody Kablack, Director of Planning and Community Development at 978-639-3387 or by e-mail: webmaster@sudbury.ma.us.

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