November 15, 2019
68 Cowls Road
November 17, 2019
43 Amity St
November 19, 2019
43 Amity St
November 21, 2019
43 Amity St
February 13, 2019, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ First Floor Meeting Room
RECEIVED: 2/7/19 at 2:27 pm. LIST OF TOPICS: 1) Announcements, a) Approving minutes; 2) Discuss/Review, a) PVPC Bike/Ped Plan Comment Review, i) Public and Committee Comments, b) Project list; 3) Town Council and the TAC plan; 4) General Discussion, a) Things not anticipated 48 prior to meeting; 5) Next meetings, a) February 27th, b) March 13th, 27th.
February 13, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Amherst Regional Middle School – Auditorium
RECEIVED: 2/7/19 at 2:28 pm. Call to Order: Review of the history and charge of the committee, Review work on the Feasibility Study presented by TSKP Studio, Public Comment, Adjourn.
February 13, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Town Room
RECEIVED: 2/7/19 at 4:01 pm. LIST OF TOPICS: Chair, Director, Wetland Administrator Reports; Minutes: 11-14-18; Joe Elkinton/UMASS for gypsy moth tree research on Conservation land; Request for Determination – Lee Edwards for removal of trees within buffer zone to a pond at 5 Wildwood Lane (Map 11B, Parcel 140); UMASS Engineering Students – Kevin Flood Trail Project; Notice of Intent (cont’d from 1-23-19 mtg) – Niels LaCour/UMASS Campus Planning for Operation & Maintenance Plan; Notice of Intent (cont’d from 1-23-19 mtg) – Charles Kovacic/Direct Energy Solar install solar array 191 West Pomeroy Lane; Sign LAND Grant Project Agreement (Keet-Haskins property); Topics not reasonably anticipated 48 hours prior to the meeting
February 13, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Amherst Regional Middle School Auditorium
A community meeting has been scheduled with a follow up meeting two weeks later in Town (location and time TBD). During this meeting, the designers will present the options we have been working with and ask for feedback from the community. These meetings are un-related to the MSBA statement of interest process.?The designers, TSKP Studio, have been attending the committee’s meetings and produced a series of design proposals for Fort River Elementary that encompass a wide range of options: new construction, different degrees of addition/renovation (from 50% to 10% new). All satisfy the educational programming needs for the school, include a range of possible heating and cooling options, and comply with the Net Zero Energy Bylaw of the Town.
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