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Warrant Article of the Day
Article 14: Report of the Community Preservation Committee – Appropriation from Community Preservation Fund
This article lays out what projects will be funded using Community Preservation Act funding in FY22. To learn more about the Community Preservation Act, please visit https://www.communitypreservation.org/about.
To learn more about the Town’s Community Preservation Committee and to see the FY22 project applications, please visit https://www.northandoverma.gov/community-preservation-committee.
This year marks 20 years of the Community Preservation Act in North Andover. In this time the Community Preservation Fund has been used to support dozens of open space, historic preservation, and affordable housing projects. In this video, the Community Preservation Committee Chair presents on the work of the Committee over 20 years and takes an in-depth look at the projects proposed in Warrant Article 14.
Any questions on the Warrant Article 14 or work of the Community Preservation Committee can be directed to email@example.com.
At the request of Town Moderator Mark DiSalvo, North Andover Community Programs will be offering a child care service to families attending Town Meeting at the High School on Tuesday June 15, 2021. It is provided to North Andover school age students (K – 6th grade). Please be advised that this is not a drop in program and you must pre-register for a spot in order for us to properly staff the program. Drop off will begin at 5:55PM and we ask that you pick up your child no later than 9:00PM.
Location: High School
Time: 6:00PM – 9:00PM
For those with a Community Pass click on the orange online portal community pass tab at the top of the page to register online! http://www.northandoverpublicschools.com/departments/community-programs
For any family without a Community Pass account please click here https://forms.gle/i7J2ELagQwX66azH8
Questions? Please call Community Programs at 978 -794-3080