Public invited to Wareham Master Plan workshop on Sept. 14

Sep 13, 2017

Residents are being invited to weigh in on Wareham’s future at a Master Plan Workshop, set for Sept 14 at 6:30 p.m. in the Town Hall auditorium.

Master Plans cover a 10-year period and address a community's goals for land use, housing, climate change, economic development, services and facilities, transportation, open space and recreation, and natural and cultural resources. Completing a Master Plan not only ensures that town officials work from a shared vision for the community, but also makes the town eligible for various state grants.

During Thursday’s session, ideas from Wareham’s current Master Plan will be discussed as well as ones submitted earlier this year at a series of public workshops.

Participants will be able to hear from a consultant hired by the town, ask questions and submit their own ideas for the plan. Attendees may also participate in a “visioning exercise” designed to get people thinking about Wareham’s future.

Comments (3)
Posted by: Uptohere | Sep 13, 2017 23:51

Will that include the destruction going on at Toby Rd?

Posted by: Spherebreaker | Sep 14, 2017 09:59

I am visioning and see the stoppage of the solar farm and tax revenue generating business there instead.

Posted by: cranky pants | Sep 14, 2017 10:21

Geesh, they destroyed Tobey road.. It looks so attractive.

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