Planning uses for the Salisbury Pope property
SALISBURY — The Board of Selectmen appointed a “design committee” to make recommendations on uses for the town-owned Pope property on Salmon Kill Road, near the child care center. The selectmen held their regular monthly meeting online on Monday, Sept. 13.
The committee members are Lisa McAuliffe, Tim Sinclair, Elizabeth Slotnick, Vivian Garfein and Ray Maguire.
First Selectman Curtis Rand said the five people can get the process started. McAuliffe is the town’s recreation director and Sinclair is on the Recreation Commission; Slotnick and Garfein are on the Affordable Housing Commission (Garfein is also an alternate on the Inland Wetlands Commission).
The committee will consider what to do with the roughly 20 acres of usable land from the Pope property purchase.
Selectman Don Mayland said the Water Pollution Control Authority should be involved in an advisory position.