A very big thanks to our speakers at the Tuesday presentation: Paul Kelly, Vice Chair of the Provincetown Building Committee; Jeff Mulliken, Member of the Building Committee; and, William Mullin, President of the Provincetown Conservation Trust.
Thank you Gentlemen for a very informative conversation about a number of articles up for vote at the April 4 Town Meeting. If you missed the presentation, not to worry, it was recorded and is accessible HERE on our Website.
An Ask From Provincetown Theater:
As was mentioned at the presentation Tuesday, the Provincetown Theater, a PPRTA Community Partner, needs our help. Last year, as you may recall, the Provincetown Film Society asked PPRTA to help with housing volunteer staff for the Film Festival. You all rose to the occasion and made it happen by donating over 100 nights! The Provincetown Theater now has a similar ask.
The Theater will have performances running from May through December. Housing is needed for actors, stage managers, etc.. Not only is this another excellent opportunity to show support for our community, but in return for your generosity the Theater will pay for a cleaning fee (if needed); you may be eligible for sponsorship benefits; and, depending on how many donations, PPRTA as a group may also qualify for sponsorship benefits. Please see the message below from the Provincetown Theater providing more details.
If interested, contact PPRTA Board Member, Stever Fossella firstname.lastname@example.org.
PPRTA partners with the Brewery:
Coming soon! PPRTA is partnering with the Provincetown Brewing Co. to offer a weekly Homeonwer's Night. Stay tuned for more details.
As always, thank you for your continued support. And please, if you haven't renewedyour membership for 2022 please do so now.
The Provincetown Theater needs help this year from the PPRTA. Together, we can benefit the community and the PPRTA. In return for assisting the Provincetown Theater with their seasonal housing needs, individuals who donate their housing space to the Theater can receive sponsorship benefits, and the PPRTA as a whole will receive some major sponsorship benefits for helping the Theater out. It’s a win-win-win! Please help us help the Provincetown Theater and raise awareness for the PPRTA!
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To dontate, click into our website and find the button at the top of the page. Please give what you can to help us give all taxpayers a say!
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About the PPRTA:
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.