As a supplemental function to the Capital Improvement Plans of the various departments of the Town of Pembroke, the Capital Funding Study Committee was created by the Pembroke Board of Selectmen on November 6, 2017 in an effort to research and define opportunities and formulate strategies for obtaining alternative funding sources with the goal of reducing the tax burden to the residents of Pembroke for much needed improvements.
The town is seeking a member of the general public with the availability to serve on this important committee identified as crucial to the town's success with realizing it's goals for today and for the future. Please consider applying for appointment to this group of highly qualified and dynamic individuals to become part of the team. Town of Pembroke's bylaws require that a volenteer committee member be a registered voter in the Town of Pembroke. If you are interested in applying, please click here for an application.
At the fall Special Town Meeting on October 24, 2017, results of the studies of space and needs for the Police Department, Fire Department and Department of Public Works were presented to residents. These projects as well as other pending improvements require additional support in evaluation of funding sources.
For more information regarding this Committee's responsibilities, mission and membership, please click here to be re-directed to their webpage.