CCBC WORK THIS PAST WEEK:
Program Analysis & Development
ICON is continuing to refine the detailed building program, based on the data provided by the COA & Human Services and Parks and Recreation. This is expected to provide a “room-by-room, day-by-day, hour-by-hour” presentation for our next public meeting on May 17. (Details below)
ICON met with representative from the Parks and Recreation Department, Lincoln Public School Administration, LEAP and Magic Garden Preschool (the campus stakeholders) this past Tuesday (5/2) to provide an early look at site concepts and offer initial reactions. This group will be meeting again in the coming weeks to offer further input into the site plan. This will all contribute to the site plan presentation at our public forum on Tuesday, May 23. (Details below)
Based on responses from our “Community Organizations” survey, the CCBC will be working to schedule meetings with a number of organizations, including the Planning Board, the Conservation Commission, FOMA , the Lincoln Historical Commission, the Green Energy Committee, Lincoln Youth Soccer, Bemis Lecture Series, the Lincoln Garden Club, and the Lincoln METCO program.
Our Decentralized Programming Inventory is available on the CCBC website, and part of our detailed analysis will include an assessment of how these public spaces may help manage the building program load.
Wed May 17th – Public Meeting 7:00pm in the Town Hall Donaldson Room or over Zoom to present a detailed version of our essential building program.
Tue May 23rd – Public Forum, 7:00pm in the Hartwell Multi-Purpose Room or over Zoom to present potential Hartwell Campus site plans.
Wed May 31st – Public Meeting, 7:00pm in the Town Hall Donaldson Room or over Zoom to solicit additional public feedback on both the building program as well as the various site layouts.
Tue June 13th – Public Forum, 7:00pm in the Hartwell Multi Purpose Room or over Zoom to present draft building designs, and solicit feedback, ICON will then spend the summer developing these designs further, so they’ll be ready for the next round of public review in the Fall.
DOCUMENTS AND MATERIALS
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