Most meetings in Provincetown are in-person, typically with an online-attendance option for both committee members and residents. Click on the meeting you want to attend on the calendar at provincetown-ma.gov for a link to an agenda and details.
Thursday, Feb. 16
- Community Preservation Committee, 4 p.m., Veterans Memorial Community Center
- Board of Health, 4 p.m., Town Hall
- Zoning Board of Appeals, 6 p.m., Town Hall
Monday, Feb. 20
- Town Hall closed for Presidents Day
Tuesday, Feb. 21
- Conservation Commission, 6 p.m., Town Hall
Wednesday, Feb. 22
- Harbor Committee, 5 p.m., Town Hall
Thursday, Feb. 23
- Public Pier Corp. Board, 5 p.m., Town Hall
- Planning Board, 6 p.m., Town Hall
Schooner Hindu and PAAM Seek CPA Money
At its meeting on Feb. 16, the Community Preservation Committee will hear from the owners of the Schooner Hindu and the executives of the Provincetown Art Assocation and Museum, each of which are seeking six-figure allocations from the town’s pot of Community Preservation Act funds. Ten percent of the town’s CPA money each year is set aside for historic preservation and another 10 percent is officially “unallocated,” but for many years the historic preservation allocation has been used to pay the debts on prior improvements to town hall, according to former CPC Chair Kristin Hatch.
Staff Assistance for Petitioned Articles
As in prior years, town staff will be available to meet with citizens who want to bring petitioned articles to town meeting to help put their plans into legally valid language. “Office hours” will be on Thursday, Feb. 16 and Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 1 to 4 p.m., and petitioners can make an appointment for a 45-minute session through the town clerk’s office.
Inclusionary Project on Willow Road
At its Feb. 23 meeting, the planning board will get its first look at the town’s next inclusionary zoning project. The proposal would replace a 1960s-era single-family home on a .68-acre lot at 8 Willow Road with five market-rate units and one affordable unit, which would be located onsite.
Separately, the community housing council approved the income qualifications for the affordable ownership unit that will be built at 27 Winthrop St., which is also being redeveloped from a single-family home into a multi-unit property under the inclusionary bylaw. The affordable-ownership unit there will be restricted to people earning 120 percent of the county’s median income or less, and the sale price will be affordable to people earning 100 percent of the county’s median income, which was $76,100 for one person or $87,000 for two people in 2022.—Paul Benson