Newton Community Preservation Committee Feb 28th agenda

NEWTON COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE

Tuesday, 28 February 2012
7 pm, Newton City Hall Room 202

PUBLIC HEARING
(Time will be set aside for public comments.)

Myrtle Village
(12 & 18-30 Curve Street, West Newton)
affordable housing proposal,
CPA funds requested: $938,063

The CPC will hold a working session and possible
funding vote on this proposal after the public hearing.

The full text of the proposal is online under “Pending
Proposals” from our “Proposals & Projects” webpage:

A printed copy of the proposal will be available at the Planning
Dept. counter (City Hall, basement level) by Tuesday, February 14th.

PUBLIC MEETING
(The public is welcome to attend, but these items
are not part of the public hearing.)

– updates on fy12 available funds and budget
– proposed fy13 program budget
– evaluation & planning for 10th anniversary events

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Neighborhood CPA 10th Birthday Parties & Community Survey
Come tell us how you’d allocate $20 million over the next 5 years.

27 March 2012 – Waban, Newton Upper Falls, & Newton Highlands (Ward 5)
22 May 2012 – Newton Centre, Thompsonville, & Chestnut Hill (Wards 6 & 7)
3 October 2012 – South Side, including Oak Hill & Oak Hill Park (Ward 8)
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Take our 8-question survey (4 questions are multiple-choice).
Use the “CLICK HERE” link from www.newtonma.gov/cpa,
Next Funding Deadline
Newton’s Community Preservation Committee requires submission
& discussion of a pre-proposal before it will accept a full funding
proposal for any project. The pre-proposal deadline for the next
annual funding round is July 1, 2012. But the sooner you submit
your pre-proposal, the better for your project.