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Locations, maps and descriptions of trails along Cape Elizabeth's treasured Greenbelt
Description, agendas, minutes and links to documents related to the work of the 2015 Solid Waste and Recycling Long Range Planning Committee
Voters approved a $4 million bond for renovations; a $200,000 contingency; and $150,000 to construct temporary library facilities at the former Spurwink School for use during the renovation on Nov. 4, 2014. Click here for documents related to the work of the 2014 Building Committee
Description, agendas, minutes and links to documents related to the work of the 2013 Library Planning Committee
At their Nov. 8, 2010 meeting, the Town Council voted not to pursue a pay-per-throw system of household waste disposal at this time.
The Town Council on Nov. 8, 2010 accepted the draft report of the Municipal Operations Review Committee and thanked the commitee for their work. The committee voted to disband on Sept. 23, 2010.
The 2011 Fort Williams Master Plan update was approved by the Town Council on May 14, 2012. See link for links to documents, videos, other supporting information for the update project.
At their February 2013 meeting, the Town Council referred a number of recommendations of the Future Open Space Preservation Committee to various standing committees and staff
The Open Space and Greenbelt Management Plan, along with related ordinance chapters and polices, was adopted by the Town Council on May 14, 2012. See link for agendas, meeting materials and more information from the Open Space and Greenbelt Management Plan Committee
The 2013 update to the greenbelt plan was adopted by the Town Council on Jan. 6, 2014
Following an advisory citizen referendum, the Town Council on June 14, 2010 voted to halt plans for a pay/display system for collecting parking fees for passenger vehicles at Fort Williams ...
The Town Council voted 6-1 on Sept. 14, 2009 to endorse the concept plan for the path submitted by the Shore Road Pathway Committee. See link for agendas and meeting materials for the Shore Road Pathway Study Committee
On Oct. 8, 2012, the Town of Cape Elizabeth formally dedicated the Shore Road Pathway.
Cape Elizabeth voters on Nov. 6, 2012 rejected a referendum to borrow up to $6 million for construction of a new Thomas Memorial Library. The vote was 2,696 for and 3,566 against.
The Cape Elizabeth Town Council adopted the Comprehensive Plan on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2007. See link for agendas and meeting materials for the Comprehensive Planning Committee
Description, agendas, minutes and links to documents related to the work of the 2013-14 Town Center Plan Committee