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RFQ: Salisbury, CT (Due 12/15/2017)

The Town of Salisbury is seeking Requests for Qualifications (RFQ’s) from interested planners to review parking, traffic flow, pedestrian safety and landscaping improvements in the commercial centers of Salisbury and Lakeville.

Interested parties may contact the First Selectman’s office by Friday, December 15th at Town of Salisbury, PO Box 452, Salisbury, CT 06068, or by email to Emily Egan, Selectman’s assistant at above address or eegan@salisburyct.us

 

RFP: Consulting Services for Development of a Tax Increment Financing (“TIF”) Master Plan – Bristol, CT (Due 11/21/2017)

The City of Bristol is accepting proposals from consultants with demonstrated experience and expertise in Tax Increment Financing (“TIF”) to help develop a TIF master plan, and assist in the formulation and adoption of a program for its use within defined districts. Proposals must be submitted by 1:30 p.m. November 21st.

Refer to the City’s Purchasing website for more details.

 

RFP: On-Call Planning and Grant Writing Consulting Services – Tiverton, RI

The Town of Tiverton, RI is requesting proposals from qualified public entity or private firms (hereinafter referred to as “Proposer”) for on-call Planning and Grant Writing Consulting Services. A successful Proposer shall have at least five years of prior experience on planning, plan review, or grant writing projects. All Proposers responding to this RFP will be evaluated on the basis of their expertise, prior experience, demonstrated competence, ability to meet the project schedules, adequate staffing, reference check, project understanding, cost and responsiveness to the needs and concerns of the Town of Tiverton.

All Proposals must have a detailed schedule of compensation expected by the Proposer, as well as a detailed description of costs and other fees incurred by the Proposer. Payment for grant writing services may be made on a contingency basis, provided the grant conditions allow for such payment.

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Dar Williams Reading, Singing, and Signing

October 10, 2017, 7:00pm - October 10, 2017, 8:00pm

Dar, a Wesleyan University alumni and renowned folk musician, and composer based in the Hudson Valley, presents an impassioned account of the fall and rise of the small American towns she cherishes. Dubbed by the New Yorker as "one of America's very best singer-songwriters," Dar Williams has made her career, not in stadiums, but touring America's small towns. She has played their venues, composed in their coffee shops, and drunk in their bars. She has seen these communities struggle but also seen them thrive in the face of postindustrial identity crises. Here, Williams muses on why some towns flourish while others fail, examining elements of the significance of history and nature to the uniting power of public spaces and food. Drawing on her own travels and the work of urban theorists, Williams offers real solutions to rebuild declining communities. What I Found in a Thousand Towns is more than a love letter to America's small towns, it's a deeply personal and hopeful message about the potential of America's lively and resilient communities. Come and meet Dar and listen to her speak about her adventures and observations on life in small-town America.

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