POSTPONED: Fairbank Community Center Town Forum

Published March 19, 2020 | Select Board | Updated March 25, 2020 | Automatically Archived on 12/30/2020

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On March 24, 2020, the Board of Selectmen voted to postpone the Annual Town Meeting to a date to be determined.  The Town Forum on the Fairbank Community Center has also been postponed in order to coincide with the timing of the Town Meeting.

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A new proposal for the Fairbank Community Center will be presented at Town Meeting. This Forum will provide residents with an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the proposed Fairbank Community Center project.

This forum will be televised and viewable on-line on SudburyTV as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Hear from the town officials, staff and consultants who helped to shape the updated Fairbank Community Center proposal. The forum will feature presentations from:

  • William Barletta, Facilities Director
  • Janie Dretler, Board of Selectmen &
    Fairbank Working Group Member
  • Jennifer Roberts, Board of Selectmen
  • Ned Collier AIA, LEED AP, Principal, ICON Architecture
  • Mark McKevitz, LEED AP, Project Designer, ICON Architecture


Questions for the forum may be submitted in advance via email. Please send questions to prior to Wednesday, March 25, at 5 PM. Please put “Fairbank Town Forum” in the subject line.


The forum will be broadcast live on SudburyTV and will be made available to view On-Demand.

Comcast: Channel 8
Verizon: Channel 31
SudburyTV Live Stream:


Learn about the Fairbank Community Center history and future plans on the Fairbank Project Page:

  • Updates
  • The Building
  • The Problems
  • Working Towards a Solution
  • The Initial Proposal – 2017
  • Moving Forward – 2020

Visit the Fairbank Project page at