Dear Brooksville Community Member,
It will be three years come the summer of 2021 since we began working on our 2018 Comprehensive Plan. We now need your input again as we move forward with writing the Plan
A good Comprehensive Plan will not only help us chart our future, but will also greatly increase the Town’s ability to raise funds from both public and private sources to implement projects. Your continuing input, which we first solicited in 2018, will ensure that the Plan accurately reflects your vision for Brooksville’s future.
Over the next three months we will be posting drafts of each section of Brooksville’s Comprehensive Plan as it is completed. Although we would prefer to receive your comments at an in-person public meeting, Covid restrictions make this impossible. We are therefore providing several alternative ways for you to communicate with us:
1) Connect with us on line. The Minutes of our bi-weekly meetings and some summaries of our work have been posted on the Town website (www.brooksvillemaine.org) since 2018, and the drafts of each section of the Plan will posted there as it is completed. Comments on these drafts can be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) Connect with us without internet. Printed drafts of sections of the Plan can be requested at the Town House walk-up window and returned either there or in the drop-box with your comments. You can also return your comments by mailing them to Town of Brooksville CPC, PO Box 314, Brooksville, ME 04617.
In addition, you can leave comments via telephone by calling our Secretary, Debbie Grimmig, at 326-8788, or a Committee member of your choice, or by writing Jonathan Hall, 43 Condon Point Rd, Brooksville, Maine 04617.
You are also welcome to join our Zoom meetings on alternate Wednesday evenings at 6:30 PM. You may email Jonathan Hall at email@example.com to request an invitation. A schedule of meetings will be posted on the Town Website.
Thank you very much for your time and assistance.
Jonathan Hall and John Gray
Co-Chairs Brooksville Comprehensive Plan Committee