Land Management Planning Committee

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mission Statement:
It is the mission of the Land Management Planning Committee to assist in the improvement and development of municipal policies affecting growth and conservation in New Gloucester by reviewing ordinances and organizing community planning. In general, the Land Management Planning Committee serves as an advisory board that reviews ordinances and regulations, but the committee has also been asked to develop long range growth management strategies to submit to the town for approval.  The committee will be comprised of nine at-large members, Planning Board Representative (non-voting) one Select Board Liaison (non-voting) and a staff member.
 
Committee Involvement:
In general, the Land Management Planning Committee serves as an advisory board that reviews ordinances and regulations, but the committee has also been asked to develop long range growth management strategies to submit to the town for approval. Current projects include but are not exclusive to: developing an Upper Village master plan, monitoring a hydro-geologic study to determine a potential town water source, and long term road planning.
 
Meetings: 
The Land Management Planning Committee meets regularly on the 4th Wednesday of every month in the New Gloucester Meeting House located at 389 Intervale Road, unless otherwise noted. Committee meetings are open to the public - we encourage you to attend and share your thoughts with us. 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Last updated Wednesday, April 24, 2024