Correspondence Letters

Various Letters from the Open Space & Recreation Plan Committee

The Open Space & Recreation Plan Committee’s ongoing mission is to facilitate completion of the objectives described in the Open Space & Recreation Plan 2013-2020. The Committee, therefore, serves as an advocate for open space and parks in Swampscott. As issues arise that involve parks and other open spaces in town, the Committee may prepare formal letters to the Board of Selectmen or other groups addressing these issues, particularly when the issues touch on Plan objectives. Links to these letters are provided below so that residents can be aware of the Committee’s positions.

September 27, 2018Letter of Support of Seaside Cooperative GardenSeaside Cooperative GardenDownload
June 4, 2018Proposed Dog Park at Swampscott CemeteryBoard of SelectmenDownload
May 10, 2018Proposed Plastic Bag Ban BylawBoard of SelectmenDownload
January 12, 2018Harold King ForestDepartment of Public WorksDownload
December 5, 2017Phillips Park Access Path to Johnson Park/Eiseman's BeachDepartment of Public WorksDownload
September 13, 2017Site Eligibility (Chap 40B) Application for 133 Puritan RoadBoard of SelectmenDownload
August 10, 2017Machon School Redevelopment ProposalZBADownload
April 19, 2017Dedicated Staff for Recreation & Open Space MaintenanceFinance CommitteeDownload
April 14, 2017Support of Rail Trail Warrant ArticleTown AdministratorDownload
January 14, 2017Request to Purchase White Court (#2)Board of SelectmenDownload
December 15, 2016Request to Purchase White CourtBoard of SelectmenDownload
March 27, 2015Enforcement of Parkland EncroachmentBuilding InspectorDownload
November 19, 2014Municipal Signage Design FeedbackBeautification CommitteeDownload
September 29, 20142014 New School Building ProposalSchool Building CommitteeDownload
September 12, 2014Street Tree Replacement RecommendationDepartment of Public WorksDownload
June 14, 2014Phillips' Beach Cleanup Day 2014Friends of Phillips' BeachDownload