Community Stuff 12/28/12
Community Preservation Act News
The Community Preservation Committee (CPC) would like to invite any interested parties to attend a Public Hearing and Information Meeting regarding the Community Preservation Act (CPA), Round IV (2013), application process.
The CPC would also like to obtain the views of any interested persons, boards and committees, regarding the city’s needs for community preservation with an emphasis on recreational uses due to the recent changes to the CPA legislation.
The meeting will take place on:
Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 6:00 PM
Friend Room, Sawyer Free Library
2 Dale Avenue, Gloucester MA
Please pass on this information to board and committee members and/or anyone you think may be interested.
The Round IV application process is as follows:
Project Eligibility Form (1 page) Due: February 1, 2013
If project is eligible, full application Due: March 15, 2013
Information, application forms and instructions are available on the Community Preservation Committee webpagehttp://gloucester-ma.gov/index.aspx?NID=103 and at the Community Development Dept., Grants Office.
If you have any questions, please contact me.
Debbie Laurie, Senior Project Manager, CDBG & CPA
Happy New Year!
Celebrate the New Year, with a special sparkling wine or champagne
from Savour Wine and Cheese.
Ready to say Good-bye to 2012 and Hello to 2013!
Come to Savour Wine and Cheese, at 76 Prospect St. in Gloucester, to get just the right sparkler or champagne to ring in the new year.
We have unusual sparkling wines, from Italian Brachetto, with its shimmering notes of fresh raspberry to a sparkling Gruner Veltliner that shines with fresh vegetables (and can’t be found anywhere else in the area).
From vintage Cava to great Prosecco (check out the nod to Savour in the Boston Globe), we have it all, including the Adami Prosecco Bosco di Gica, mentioned in the Globe article.
I am also very proud to be offering a magnificent collection of fine Grower Champagnes, from the Thierry Theise portfolio. From Premier and Grand Crus to Blanc de Blancs and Roses, these wines are clean and fresh, with fine bubbles, and a subltle complexity found in much more expensive labels, all for $50.00 – $70.00.
We are also offering a few speciality food items we got in for Christmas at 50% off too (like the wonderful Chocolate covered figs, that sing with the Five Vitners Zinfandel or the 2000 Vintage Port)! So come in and see what you can find to make the end of this year and the beginning of the next something truly memorable.
All the best for great health and prosperity in the New Year.
Sincerely, Kathleen Erickson and Robert Morgan
Savour Wine and Cheese