The regularly scheduled January meeting of the Middleboro Community Preservation Committee has been postponed. We expect to have our regular monthly meeting in February as usual.
The Middleboro Community Preservation Committee has an opening. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest to email@example.com. More information about the committee can be found our “about” page.
The Middleboro Community Preservation Committee is asking Middleboro residents to take this short survey to help identify community spending priorities for Community Preservation Act(CPA) funds. http://eSurv.org?u=cpasurvey CPA funds can be spent on open space, historic preservation, community housing, or recreational Continue reading CPA spending survey
The Middleboro CPC is looking for a Community Preservation Consultant. The town of Middleborough Community Preservation Committee (CPC) seeks a qualified preservation consultant to provide professional community planning services concerning various Community Preservation Act (CPA) projects and proposals, as determined Continue reading RFQ – Community Preservation Consultant
All four articles sponsored by the Middleboro Community Preservation Committee passed town meeting – either by unanimous or overwhelming majorities. The four projects were: Shoe Shop Place Nemasket Apartment windows Middleboro Historical Association UU pipe organ
Massachusetts made significant improvements to the Community Preservation Act this year that increases the flexibility of the program and increases funding. An overview is posted on communitypreservation.org. Here are some useful documents that explain the changes: A red-line version of Continue reading Summary of CPA changes
The Middleboro CPC has approved the application for CPA funding. This is a two-step process. Step one is quite simple and designed so applicants and find out if their project is eligible for CPA funding. Step one applications are due Continue reading CPA funding application finalized
The Middleboro CPC is currently reviewing a draft of the project approval process. To allow easier public input, you can comment on this post or email the committee. Questions will be answered as soon as possible or brought to the Continue reading Project approval draft
The Middleboro Community Preservation Committee approved this site – middleborocpa.org – as the official web site of he CPC. One of the goals of the web site is to make the work of the committee transparent to the public by Continue reading CPC website approved