Striking a Balance Forum: Geographic Information Systems for Assessing, Planning and Permitting - Thursday, April 24, 2014
- Update municipal tax maps and assessing procedures for greater efficiency
- Facilitate CEO and planning board development review and environmental permitting
- Inform decisions for transportation, land use, economic development, housing and more
This session qualifies for CEU credits for assessors and code enforcement officers.
Annual Backyard Compost Bin Sale
Order now through May 3.
Pick Up Your Ordered Items at:
Hancock County Planning Commission
395 State Street, Ellsworth 04605
M-F 8-4:30pm starting May 27, 2014
Open Space Planning for Bar Harbor
Thursday, April 17 6:00 - 8:00 PM MDI High School Library 1081 Eagle Lake Road, Bar Harbor
A community forum to solicit public input for protecting open spaces. For more information, contact Jill Webber firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maine Department of Marine Resources Announces Grant Program for Working Waterfront Preservation. Dealine for Proposals, May 6, 2014. Contact HCPC if you need assistance. These grants can assist businesses, communities and non-profits in purchasing development rights for working waterfronts.
For more information and and application packages contact Dick Clime, CEI, P.O. Box 268, Wiscasset, ME 04578, tel. (207) 882-5191, email@example.com
Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands announces Request for Proposals for Boating Facilities Grants Fund (Proposal Deadline: June 25, 2014 / Pre-application inspection must be requested by May 14) Funds may be used for aquisition, development or renovation for public recreational boat access. Grants require a minimum 50% match. Information and application forms are posted to: www.maine.gov/dacf/parks/grants/boating_facilities_fund.html
Maine Department of Transportation Drafts Request for Proposals for Planning Partnership Initiative (Proposal Deadline: Not Applicable) A new program is under design for transportation planning that encourages towns to apply for funding of specific planning projects that can be completed in four to nine months. As proposed, towns would be responsible for 50% of the total project cost. See the draft guidelines here. Contact Jim Fisher at HCPC if you have questions. We will post the final announcement when it is available.