Town of P-Town and PMPM Co-Sponsor Forum on Funicular Project

Saturday at 10 a.m.
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The Town of Provincetown and the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) are co-sponsoring a Public Forum on the PMPM’s proposed Bradford Access Project to build a funicular to connect Bradford Street to the PMPM property. This forum is part of a new town process called Development of Community Interest where the PMPM will present the latest updates on the project and project design, the status of the permitting process and timelines for completing the permitting process and construction.  This Development of Community Interest Public Forum follows a series of community meetings that the PMPM held in November 2017.  At the Public Forum, the PMPM’s development team will provide an overview of the Bradford Access Project and the latest information regarding engineering, design and construction. 

Town of Provincetown:

  • David Panagore, Town Manager
  • David Gardner, Assistant Town Manage and Community Development Director

Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum:

  • Dr. K. David Weidner, Executive Director
  • Courtney Hurst, President, PMPM Board of Trustees
  • Paul de Ruyter, Member, PMPM Board of Trustees, Chair of Bradford Access Project
  • Representatives from the Bradford Access Project Development Team including:
    • Coastal Engineering Company Inc. of Orleans
    • Hawk Design Inc. of Sandwich
    • Brown, Lindquist, Fenuccio & Raber of Yarmouthport
    • Attorney Lester Jay Murphy, Jr.

 

WHEN:                 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018

WHERE:               Fishermen Hall 12 Winslow Street Provincetown


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