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RFQ: Build Out and Capacity Study, Town of Bradford, VT (due 6/12/2017)

The build-out and capacity study will look at different development scenarios that can be developed based on the town’s water and sewer capacity, existing zoning bylaws, other municipal systems and traffic capacity in conjunction with the town’s existing settlement pattern. This will provide the town with empirical data that will enable thoughtful long term planning that will support the economic sustainability of the town in conjunction with the state’s and town’s goal of maintaining existing compact settlement patterns. See more information here.

RFP: Comprehensive Community Plan, Town of Coventry, RI (due 6/7/2017)

The Town of Coventry, Rhode Island (the “Town”) is seeking proposals from qualified firms and individuals in the field of planning to update the Town’s Comprehensive Community Plan (the “Comp Plan”). The Town’s existing Comp Plan was originally adopted in August 1992, was last amended in June 2000 and expired in March 2004. The Town seeks to update its Comp Plan to satisfy the requirements of the Rhode Island Comprehensive Planning & Land Use Act, R.I. Gen. Laws, title 45, chapter 22.2 (the “Act”) and to secure approval of the plan from the Rhode Island Division of Planning. See more information here.

RFQ: Poquonnock Bridge Village Design Guidelines, Town of Groton, CT (due 6/6/2017, 2:30 PM)

The Town of Groton, Office of Planning and Development Services (OPDS) intends to hire a consulting firm or team of consultants to develop Design Guidelines for the Poquonnock Bridge Village Area. More information regarding this opportunity can be found here.

 

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