The Long Range Plan Advisory Committee (LPAC) was established by the Town Council in 2008. It replaced the long-standing Comprehensive Planning Advisory Committee (CPAC). The Committee has seven regular members appointed by the Town Council for three-year terms and includes a representative of the Planning Board. In addition, there is a Council Liaison to the committee.
The Council charge for LPAC states that its assignments include, but are not limited to:
a. analysis and development of recommended land use policies;
b. development and updating of the Comprehensive Plan;
c. development of specific recommended actions the town should take to implement the comprehensive plan;
d. development of recommended land use ordinances and regulations and amendments; and
e. any other projects as the Council may choose to assign it.
The Comprehensive Plan Update effort started on April 8, 2010 and was officially completed on February 24, 2014 when the Council re-adopted the Comprehensive Plan. This Plan was approved by the State of Maine on February 7, 2014.
In 2014-15 the Committee developed recommendations for encouraging the location of a significant majority of new development over the next ten years in the growth area of Falmouth. In 2015-17 the Committee is reviewing the Resource Conservation Zoning Overlay district rules, street standards, as well as the draft West Falmouth Sewer Master Plan and draft Public Water System Analysis.
Meetings are typically at Town Hall on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, at 6:00 p.m. Please check the Upcoming Events calendar for meeting specifics, including cancellations, special meetings and agendas, or contact Town staff.
|Theo Holtwijk||Director of Long-Range Planning||207-699-5340|
|Samuel Rudman||Chair, Term expires 12.2018|
|Sandra Lipsey||Vice Chair, Term expires 12.2018|
|Paul Bergkamp||Term expires 12.2017|
|Breana Gersen||Term expires 12.2017|
|Kurt Klebe||Term expires 12.2017|
|Thomas McKeon||Planning Board Representative, Term expires 12.2017|
|Ned Kitchel||Council Liaison|
|Theo Holtwijk||Director of Long-Range Planning|