CARIBOU — A public meeting will be held Wednesday, June 26 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Northern Maine Development Commission office in Caribou, and at video conference sites in Houlton and Fort Kent, to receive input on Brownfield redevelopment and water infrastructure needs.
The meeting is being held as a component of GROWashington-Aroostook, a regional planning process focused on job creation, modern infrastructure and healthy, affordable communities in the counties of Aroostook and Washington counties.
The purpose of the meeting is to gather input, ideas and solutions for Brownfield redevelopment and water infrastructure improvements. Residents will be asked about their goals for the region and to identify actions and projects to foster economic prosperity and a regional vision.
Please RSVP to Judy Dinsmore at 1-800-427-8736 or 498-8736, indicating which location you would like to attend.
Supported by a Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant, which forms a unique partnership between three federal agencies, Housing and Urban Development, Department of Transportation and the Environmental Protection Agency, GROWashington-Aroostook uses federal support for regionally driven solutions. It calls on local voices to define the best talent and greatest advantages for a future community that is prosperous, healthy and economically stable.
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