• City of Charlestown

Charlestown Redevelopment Commission Meeting - September 1st, 2020

The Charlestown Redevelopment Commission will meet on Tuesday, September 1st, 2020 at 6:30 pm in the Common Council Chambers at Charlestown City Hall. The meeting is open to the public, and will be video-streamed live online and later archived to the city's Youtube page. The video stream will begin at 6:25 PM and may be viewed via this link.


ATTENDANCE & PUBLIC COMMENT: IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL CONSIDERATIONS

Public Comment may be made in person (please contact City Hall in advance, or sign in prior to the meeting at the table in the entryway of the Council Chambers). To ensure the safety of our staff and community members, social distancing precautions will be in place at all public meetings - limited seating space is available. Everyone who wishes to speak will be allowed in to do so - but in order to limit overall crowd size to that which comfortably allows for physical distancing, it may be necessary to limit capacity and cycle everyone through.


In this time of unique circumstances due to COVID-19 and in accordance with Governor Holcomb's Executive Order 20-08, public comment may also be submitted by email to be read at the meeting up until 5:00 PM via email to Mayor@CityofCharlestown.com.


A Zoom link will also be available for public comment upon request, please email Media@CityofCharlestown.com at least one hour prior to the meeting to make arrangements. You may join the meeting via Zoom video, or via phone by dial-in.




A complete meeting agenda and related documents may be viewed below:


Redevelopment Meeting Agenda 9.1
.2020(1)
Download 2020(1) • 119KB
RED fund
.pdf
Download PDF • 35KB
RED Claims
.pdf
Download PDF • 16KB
RED minutes
.pdf
Download PDF • 201KB
TSW.JTL Redevelopment Plan Proposal 8
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Download 20 • 135KB
Cherry Grove Project(1)
.pdf
Download PDF • 1.13MB
TWG August Summary 8.24.2020(1)
.pdf
Download PDF • 127KB
HWC Charlestown Parks Master Plan Statem
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Download • 4.22MB

The City of Charlestown was recently awarded a $250,000 grant for a Small Business COVID-19 Economic Recovery Program.


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