Update on town plan expected Monday

Progress on implementing the town’s 10-year Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD) is ongoing and an update is scheduled for June 3.

At that time, before the Representative Town Meeting (RTM)’s Land Use Committee, First Selectman Peter Tesei and Planning and Zoning Commission Chairman Donald Heller are expected to discuss where the POCD is and where it is going. The plan was issued in 2009, and since then various subcommittees were formed to put together recommendation plans that were then brought to the first selectman. Mr. Tesei said he will provide an update on the action items and set them into the context of the full report.

Mr. Tesei said there will be a focus on the capital projects mentioned in the POCD, which he estimated have either been 60% completed or are “in process.”

“When you think that it’s been four years, I would say that the town, and I mean that collectively with everyone involved, is moving along fairly expeditiously given all the other issues that are on the town’s plate,” Mr. Tesei said.

The meeting will take place at 8 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room.

Mr. Tesei said last week that he and Mr. Heller had originally requested the opportunity to speak to the full RTM about the plan but that body moderator Thomas Byrne had redirected them to instead appear just before the one committee to conform with an earlier request. However, members of all committees who wish to attend may do so.


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