PEPPERELL – The Pepperell Building Committee is pleased to announce the launch of a new website that will provide the latest news and information about its proposed review of existing conditions at the town’s public safety facilities.
Pepperellproject.com serves as a resource for community members to learn more ahead of Town Meeting later this spring. The Committee is seeking the community’s input on studying the existing facilities the town’s Police and Fire Departments are utilizing, as well as options for renovating or replacing those facilities in the future.
“This website will be a valuable way for our residents to stay informed as we approach Town Meeting,” Committee Chair Catherine Lundeen said. “We are in the earliest phase of evaluating the future of our public safety facilities. The first step is developing a holistic understanding of the well being of our current police and fire stations, and identifying what the town’s options are for addressing whatever concerns that may arise.”
The new site features a modern, blog-style layout, mobile device compatibility and a user-friendly design. Visitors will find:
- Important documents regarding the public safety buildings, including engineering reports and the Committee’s official report
- Photo galleries showing conditions in each building
- Committee agendas and meeting minutes
- A news blog
The Committee will make a formal presentation to Annual Town Meeting, which convenes on Saturday, June 12, at 9 a.m. at Nissitissit Middle School. A warrant article requests use of $180,000 in free cash to conduct a feasibility study of public safety options and to develop design concepts.
Visitors are encouraged to subscribe via email to receive notifications for new posts. Visitors also will be able to email the Committee directly through the site.