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Community Development Meeting Minutes/Agendas

2013

Community Development Meeting Minutes/Agendas

2016

Community Development Meeting Minutes/Agendas

2012

Community Development Meeting Minutes/Agenda 2017

Meeting Notice

Community Development Committee
Wednesday February 15, 2017 8 AM
Municipal Building – Selectmen’s Hearing Room

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the needs of Bridgton and what the talent of the committee can be of use to assist in fulfilling those needs.


Community Development Meeting Minutes/Agendas

2015

The CDC will be reviewing the Community Development Block Grant program funding and applications to make a recommendation to the Select Board.  Click here for more information.  Hereare the Program/Service applicationsand here is the information given to the Committee.  The Committee will review these applications at their February 4th meeting. 

Community Development Meeting Minutes/Agendas

2014

Community Development Committee

Meetings

The Community Development Committee typically meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 AM in the Selectmen's Hearing Room in the Municipal Building

Community Development advisory Committee

Members

Charles Renneker, Chair 380 Hio Ridge Road 591-4292 patchuck1@roadrunner.com

Dave Crowell, Co-Chair 65 Sunset Road 256-7744 crowell47@aol.com

Evan Miller 60 Sunset Road 647-9599 dagmiller@roadrunner.com
Nelle Ely 53 Portland Road 647-4411 nelleely@roadrunner.com
Ursula Flaherty 16 Knowles Point Road (508) 254-6714 ursulaflaherty@hotmail.com
Phyllis Roth 28 Harrison Road 803-2294 arnoldroth@roadrunner.com
Selectman, Robert J. McHatton Sr., Liaison 207 South High Street 647-4280 mchrob@hotmail.com
Justin McIver P.O. Box 50 441-8544 justin@mainecohomes.com
Stephen Rickert P.O. Box 13 520-0413 srickert@hancocklumber.com
Mitchell Thomas 14 Oak Street 239-9681 mrthomas23.mrt@gmail.com
Peter Dubrule Box 545  583-5969  pdubrule@gmail.com
Carmen Lone P.O Box 661 647-3116 carmen .bcc@netwcbc.com
Catherine Samuels 14 North Road (207)583-5417 walk144@gmail.com
Martha Cummings P.O Box 544 (978)854-2118 rufusportermuseum@myfairpoint.net

Community development committee

Charge

NARRATIVE:  The Community Development Committee was formed when the Economic Development Corporation was privately created and the Town’s Economic Development  Committee functions shifted to a different focus, that of development within the community.

MISSION AND CHARGE: The Community Development Committee (CDC) acts an advisory committee and resource to the Select Board. Upon approval of the Select Board, the Committee may coordinate with other entities within the Town government and the Economic Development Corporation as an element of their work.  The key elements of their mission include planning for the community’s “quality of life” consistent with the goals established in the Bridgton Comprehensive Plan. 

​Issues for the Committee include growth strategies and methods of managing growth, community services, sustainable neighborhood development, affordable housing and other elements as approved by the Select Board. The Committee may also be asked by the Select Board to make recommendations for the Select Board to consider, provide review, oversight and possible recommendations related to community development and planning policies, practices and implementation strategies.

AUTHORITY:  The Committee shall report to the Select Board at least quarterly, the work and progress they have achieved on various assignments and issues. As an advisory committee, the CDC makes recommendations to the Board for consideration. The Committee may request volunteers to assist their efforts, however such persons are not considered voting members of the Committee. The Committee may request additional authorization from the Select Board for specific activities.

PROCESS AND COMPLIANCE: Every member of the Committee shall comply with existing state law and the policies and procedures of the town including but not limited to the conduct and notice of meetings, the Town’s Ethics and Guidelines Policy, conflict of interest laws and the Town Personnel Policies.

APPOINTMENTS:  Members are appointed by the Select Board on an annual basis, usually in January of each year.  The Board may also appoint members during the year as they deem necessary.

MEETINGS:  The Committee shall hold regular public meetings, be responsible for the creation and posting of all agendas and the creation of the public record of each meeting in accordance with the prevailing state law.  Such records shall be forwarded to the Select Board and any other entities they are working with.

​AMENDMENTS: The Select Board may amend this Charge and Mission as they deem appropriate.


Amended November 2012