The public input sessions on the 2015 Plan of Conservation and Development are done, but residents will have another opportunity to weigh in if the Legislative Council approves the funding next week for online surveys.
The Planning and Zoning Commission wants to hire the Nebraska firm MindMixer to host the surveys and tabulate the results. The cost is about $2,500, which normally wouldn’t need council approval, but because the contract will span two fiscal years, the council must sign off on it.
Last week the council’s Economic and Development Committee approved the agreement, which now goes to the full council on Monday at 7 p.m. in Thornton Wilder Auditorium at Miller Memorial Library.
But it didn’t pass without questions. Councilman Harry Gagliardi asked if the town’s Information Technology department had reviewed the agreement. … Continue Reading