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Fort Williams Park Committee

  • Seven member board
  • Staggered three-year terms
  • Meets at 6 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month, except one summer month (July or August, to be determined by the committee)
  • Meets at the Cape Elizabeth Community Center, 343 Ocean House Road.

Responsibilities include review of use requests, the annual budget document, and advises the Town Council on Fort Williams Park policy issues.

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Staff Contact: Kathy Raftice, Director of Community Services and Fort Williams Park

The town's vision for Fort Williams Park is to provide a safe, high quality space for Cape Elizabeth citizens and visitors to enjoy. We will protect and maintain access to the park's historic elements and natural beauty for this and all future generations, and optimize the town's stewardship by managing the park through financially and ecologically sustainable practices.

Adopted by the Town Council March 12, 2018


Agendas, minutes, supporting documents if available

Goals 2018


Fort Williams Park Committee Members:
    Term Expires
Kenneth D. Pierce   12/31/2019
James T. Walsh   12/31/2019
Joseph Kozlowski   12/31/2020
Suzanne McGinn   12/31/2020
Doreen Johnson Theriault   12/31/2020
Jim Kerney   12/31/2021
Mark D. Russell   12/31/2021


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New appointments effective 01/01/19 (Approved Dec. 10, 2018)

# - Serving unexpired term
* - Serving second/third term

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