Community Preservation Committee
When Royalston adopted the Community Preservation Act in 2008, residents accepted a surcharge on their real estate taxes. This money, bolstered by state matching funds, goes into a fund dedicated to open space, recreation, affordable housing, and historic preservation. The committee evaluates proposals submitted for funding and makes recommendations to town meeting. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more complete information, see our Community Preservation Plan and Guidelines The forms for the Determination of Eligibility for Community Preservation Funding and the Application for Community Preservation Funding are also available on this site.
Guidelines: Community Preservation Plan and Guidelines
Eligibility: Determination of Eligibility for Community Preservation Fund
Application: Application for Community Preservation Funding
We meet on the second Monday of most months, at 7 p.m. at town hall.
Click here to see the results of completed CPA projects in Royalston.
Our Members, 2019-2020:
The membership of this committee was defined when Royalston accepted the CPA, and includes representatives of the bodies listed below. Members are appointed by the Select Board and serve one-year terms.
Select Board Roland Hamel
Planning Board Tom Musco
Conservation Commission Maureen Blasco, Clerk
Historic District Commission Matt Valliere
Open Space Committee OPEN
Board of Public Welfare OPEN
Building Inspector Geoffrey L Newton, Vice-chair
Community At-Large Marsha Charest, Chair
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