Coastal Access Improvement Committee

The Coastal Access Improvement Committee serves as an advisory body to the Town Council on matters concerning both preservation of existing shoreline access and the expansion of physical access by the public. The committee focuses on the identification of public Rights-of-Way to the water and works to improve accessibility, create maintenance plans, and upgrade public infrastructure around coastal access sites.

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The Coastal Access Improvement Committee has nine (9) members, including one (1) member of the Town Council, one (1) representative from the Planning Board, one (1) representative from the Conservation Commission and six (6) members of the public appointed in three-year staggered terms.

Members

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Agendas & Minutes

For a list of agendas & minutes for the Coastal Access Improvement Committee please visit the Archive Center