Community Preservation Committee to Hold Public Input Session on Community Preservation Plan

The Community Preservation Committee will host its first public input session related to the creation of a Community Preservation Plan at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25 in City Council Chambers.

The meeting will provide an overview of the Community Preservation Act as well as the required steps the committee will take prior to identifying specific projects for funding.

The plan is a required step that allows the community to develop priorities in how Community Preservation Act funds are spent within the four allotted categories: parks, open space, historic preservation, and community housing.

For more information, please call CJ Hoss, City Planner, at 413-499-9366.