Saturday, November 13, 2010

CPC Unveils Sign to Kick Off Town Hall Preservation


The Bridgewater Community Preservation Committee unveiled a sign designating the Town Hall preservation work as supported by the Community Preservation Act. Community Preservation Chair Marilee Kenney Hunt addressed a small group of people on Thursday afternoon as she and Bob wood, another member of the Community Preservation Committee, and members of the newly elected Town Council unveiled the sign while Town Manager Troy Clarkson, Fire Chief George Rogers and a number of other citizens looked on.

The sign, designed and manufactured by Bridgewater Trophy, will be used at this and all future sites of Bridgewater's CPA-funded projects.

The Town Hall preservation project is overseen by the Bridgewater Municipal Building Committee chaired by Planning Board member John Gerrish and staffed by Sharon Travers Gay of STG Consulting. The architectural design work is done by Gienapp Architect Associates, LLC and the contractor is MCM USA, LLC.

Newly elected Town Council members who attended were Peter Colombotos, Kristy Colon, Timothy Fitzgibbons and William Wood.

Ms. Hunt's remarks praised the forethought of Bridgewater voters who in 2005 adopted the Community Preservation Act. Several other CPA projects are underway in Bridgewater and last spring the new Girls Softball fields that also received substantial CPA funds were dedicated.

For more information on the CPA, go to www.bridgewatercommunitypreservation.org.

(Photo Credit: Ann Wood)

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