Advertisement

  • Published Date

    October 22, 2020
    This ad was originally published on this date and may contain an offer that is no longer valid. To learn more about this business and its most recent offers, click here.

Ad Text

INCORPORATED 17 FALMOUTH Public Notice The Falmouth Town Council will hold virtual public hearings on Monday, November 9, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom to hear public comment on the following: Absentee Ballots Available At Town Hall Falmouth Launches Vision & Values Project In 2019 the Falmouth Town MAINE Council expressed strong interest in updating the 2013 Comprehensive Plan to lay a solid basis for any future land use decisions. Prior to commencing this work, the Council decided to first undertake a robust public process to identify the Town's "vision and values" to help The Clerk's Office has received over 6,000 requests for absentee 2020 ELECTIONS ballots for the An ordinance to amend the November 3 election and absentee ballots are already arriving in residents' mailboxes! The last day maximum levels of income inform the comprehensive plan update process. The Town has engaged consultant Future iQ to assist with this effort. The project, expected to run through June 2021, will be inclusive, transparent, and will include deep and wide community engagement. The resulting Vision and Values Statement will summarize the community's desired and expenses for the General Assistance program, Chapter 6, Article 6, Section 6.68, Appendices A-H of the to request an absentee ballot is October 29. By Phone: Call and request your own ballot, which will be mailed to the address you provide. Call the Voter Registrar in Falmouth at: 699-5320 or 699- 5308. Falmouth Town Ordinance. future community character. An ordinance amendment to establish a new Chapter 11- It is imperative to have broad community input into this process. We invite you to visit the Vision and Values portal via a link on our website at www.falmouthme.org. This will be the "go to" place for information about this process. Here you can sign up to receive project updates, join discussion boards, and contribute your ideas. Progress on the Electronically: Request your own ballot electronically using the Secretary of State's online absentee ballot request service. In Person: Request a ballot at Falmouth Town Hall. Falmouth residents may cast an absentee ballot prior to Election Day at Falmouth Town Hall (271 Falmouth 22 of the Code of Ordinances relative to creating a procedure for considering requests for ordinance amendments. Vision and Values project will also be regularly discussed at upcoming Town Council meetings, allowing for additional public comment opportunities. Additional updates and opportunities to get involved will be included in The Falmouth Focus digital newsletter, News & Announcement E-Alerts, and on our social media pages. Leaf Bag Collection Leaf bag curbside collection dates are as follows: Road), Mon.-Thurs., 8am-4pm. Voting will take place in the Council Chambers. Note: social distancing may result in longer wait times and lines forming outdoors. The Town will also offer Saturday hours for voting on October 10, 17, and 24 from 9am-2pm. Friday, October 23 Friday, October 30 NO PICKUP ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Your first opportunity to engage is right now! As part of the project, we will implement a community-wide survey to explore perceptions and insights regarding a range of key questions. We want your input in developing these questions. What key questions do you think should be included in the community survey? Give us your thoughts via the portal at www.falmouthme.org or send to Falmouth Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Rd. We hope to have a draft of survey questions ready for consideration at the next Town Council meeting on October 26. Polls open on Election Day at the Falmouth High School Gym, 74 Woodville Road, from 7am-8pm. No voting will take place at Town Hall on Election Day. Town Hall will be closed so staff can facilitate the elections at the polling place. Friday, November 13 Friday, November 20 Bags should be placed curbside by 7am. Leaf bags are for leaves only. FMI: Call the Falmouth Town Clerk's Office at 781-5253 or visit www.falmouthme.org. FMI: Call 781-3919. INCORPORATED 17 FALMOUTH Public Notice The Falmouth Town Council will hold virtual public hearings on Monday, November 9, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom to hear public comment on the following: Absentee Ballots Available At Town Hall Falmouth Launches Vision & Values Project In 2019 the Falmouth Town MAINE Council expressed strong interest in updating the 2013 Comprehensive Plan to lay a solid basis for any future land use decisions. Prior to commencing this work, the Council decided to first undertake a robust public process to identify the Town's "vision and values" to help The Clerk's Office has received over 6,000 requests for absentee 2020 ELECTIONS ballots for the An ordinance to amend the November 3 election and absentee ballots are already arriving in residents' mailboxes! The last day maximum levels of income inform the comprehensive plan update process. The Town has engaged consultant Future iQ to assist with this effort. The project, expected to run through June 2021, will be inclusive, transparent, and will include deep and wide community engagement. The resulting Vision and Values Statement will summarize the community's desired and expenses for the General Assistance program, Chapter 6, Article 6, Section 6.68, Appendices A-H of the to request an absentee ballot is October 29. By Phone: Call and request your own ballot, which will be mailed to the address you provide. Call the Voter Registrar in Falmouth at: 699-5320 or 699- 5308. Falmouth Town Ordinance. future community character. An ordinance amendment to establish a new Chapter 11- It is imperative to have broad community input into this process. We invite you to visit the Vision and Values portal via a link on our website at www.falmouthme.org. This will be the "go to" place for information about this process. Here you can sign up to receive project updates, join discussion boards, and contribute your ideas. Progress on the Electronically: Request your own ballot electronically using the Secretary of State's online absentee ballot request service. In Person: Request a ballot at Falmouth Town Hall. Falmouth residents may cast an absentee ballot prior to Election Day at Falmouth Town Hall (271 Falmouth 22 of the Code of Ordinances relative to creating a procedure for considering requests for ordinance amendments. Vision and Values project will also be regularly discussed at upcoming Town Council meetings, allowing for additional public comment opportunities. Additional updates and opportunities to get involved will be included in The Falmouth Focus digital newsletter, News & Announcement E-Alerts, and on our social media pages. Leaf Bag Collection Leaf bag curbside collection dates are as follows: Road), Mon.-Thurs., 8am-4pm. Voting will take place in the Council Chambers. Note: social distancing may result in longer wait times and lines forming outdoors. The Town will also offer Saturday hours for voting on October 10, 17, and 24 from 9am-2pm. Friday, October 23 Friday, October 30 NO PICKUP ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Your first opportunity to engage is right now! As part of the project, we will implement a community-wide survey to explore perceptions and insights regarding a range of key questions. We want your input in developing these questions. What key questions do you think should be included in the community survey? Give us your thoughts via the portal at www.falmouthme.org or send to Falmouth Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Rd. We hope to have a draft of survey questions ready for consideration at the next Town Council meeting on October 26. Polls open on Election Day at the Falmouth High School Gym, 74 Woodville Road, from 7am-8pm. No voting will take place at Town Hall on Election Day. Town Hall will be closed so staff can facilitate the elections at the polling place. Friday, November 13 Friday, November 20 Bags should be placed curbside by 7am. Leaf bags are for leaves only. FMI: Call the Falmouth Town Clerk's Office at 781-5253 or visit www.falmouthme.org. FMI: Call 781-3919.