As you know, PPRTA is hosting a presentation on the construction of a new Provincetown police station.
When: Tuesday, March 29 @ 7pm EST Platform: Zoom Who: Paul Kelly (vice chair of the Police Station Building Committee) and Jeff Mulliken (Architect and member of the Police Station Building Committee) What will be discussed: The proposed police station location, design and funding Who can attend: Members in good standing
On April 4, as part of the annual Town Meeting, voters will once again say yea or nay to fund a new police station.
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The Provincetown Conservation Trust wants in on the Tuesday, March 29 action. Who: William Mullin, the President of the Trust will be added to our presentation What will be discussed: Another matter for the April 4 Town Meeting: Article 19 on the Town Warrant, which reads, “Reduction of Lanes within Route 6 between Conwell and the National Seashore Boundary for the Development of Housing and other Municipal Uses.” The Trust also supports article 18 to form a partnership to protect wetlands and article 28 to remove derelict structures from approved conservation land.
We will extend our presentation from 7pm EST to 8:15pm to allow time for both topics to be discussed with Q/A.
See you all Tuesday at 7pm. for what will be a very informative event.
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The Provincetown Part-Time Resident Taxpayers Association works for the betterment of the whole community of the Town of Provincetown by providing a forum and a voice for the interests of Provincetown part-time resident taxpayers, most of whom must make their voting residence elsewhere.
Maintain and support the unique quality of life that exists in Provincetown.
Advocate for representation on budget-related issues for part-time residents of Provincetown.
Provide a forum for part-time resident taxpayers to communicate with local, regional and state governments.
Encouraging the participation of part-time residents in all aspects of the community.