Windham plans workshops, survey for master plan input
Over an hour of Wednesday night’s Planning Board meeting was devoted to the topic, with board members sharing their initial visions for Windham’s future. Vice Chairman Alan Carpenter emailed fellow board members and town staff earlier last week in efforts to get folks talking prior to the meeting. Carpenter suggested hosting a series of public workshops in the coming months to tackle separate subjects such as sidewalks, water resources, recreation, economic development and conservation.
Chairman Kristi St. Laurent agreed citizens should have multiple opportunities to offer up their thoughts.
Longtime board member Margaret Crisler said she’s participated in efforts leading up to at least three of the town’s previous master plans and some things never seem to change.
“That would be one way to gather feedback,” she said. “Not everyone can be at a meeting until 9 p.m. in the middle of the week.”
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