The Town of Wheatfield plans to create a Civic Activities Focus Group working in cooperation with the Town’s Business Development, Greenspace and Town Center focus groups.The purpose of the Civic Activities Focus Group will be to create and sponsor civic and family events, thus creating a pride and commitment towards making the Town a place to live, enjoy, and raise a family.
The Town of Wheatfield is looking for a volunteer with writing
skills to assist the Town’s Business Development Focus Group
in writing short articles for publication in the local news media.
Interested in making an impact on the future of the Town
Call or email Richard W. Muscatello at 731-3738 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information about exciting possibilities for sharing your ideas with the Town Board.Volunteer residents are needed.The only criteria is a willingness to work with other volunteers and devote one evening meeting per month.
Act now! We are waiting for YOU!!
NO JULY MEETING!
Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
The Town of Wheatfield adopted an updated Comprehensive Plan in 2004; which now in accordance with that document should be implemented. The Comprehensive Plan Committee (an implementation action of the Comprehensive Plan) will ensure that the Plan’s implementation actions are formulated in a timely manner, and are in conformance with the Plan and it’s goals.
The Committee will use the Comprehensive Plan, their expertise, sub-committees, samples provided in the Comprehensive Plan appendix, and a planning consultant as necessary to formulate these implementation actions.
The Comprehensive Plan Task Force is Co-Chaired by Councilmen Art Gerbec
and Councilmen Randy Retzlaff along with Facilitator Richard Muscatello.
The Committee is also comprised of seven additional members along with five resource members and recording Secretary Melissa Germann.
Draft Master Plan for 2012