May 18, 2006
As always we continue to
practice open communication with all parties having an interest in our proposed
development at the end of the
The following is a summary of events that have taken place from February of this year until now
-Feb. 15, 2006- We mailed correspondence to 87 abutters in order to introduce them to our project.
-Feb– Mar. 2006- We had several meetings with abutters and the Lighthouse Steering Committee.
-March 15, 2006- We had our first neighborhood meeting with over 100 people in attendance.
-April 2, 2006- We met at the site of the proposed Subdivision with our closest abutters and discussed
the placement of building envelopes and view corridors (bamboo project).
-April 3, 2006- We were in front of the Scarborough Planning Board with our Conceptual Plan. The
members of the board asked us to make changes to our plan before granting Conceptual
-April 2006- We redesigned our proposed subdivision plan, specifically the road and the placement
of the building envelopes for Lots 6-9, so as to move them behind the concrete wall that
that currently exists at the seaward end of the old parking lot.
-April 24, 2006- We met the members of the Scarborough Planning Board at the site of the proposed
development. We staked and taped off the areas of the subdivision that we had changed
to show the Planning Board Members the changes that they had requested. The planning board
members approved of the changes we had made, and granted conceptual approval without the
necessity of our attending the meeting that evening.
-April 2006- We had several discussions, in person and via telephone, with representatives of the
Pine Point Residents Group regarding the
future of the
to our proposed project. These discussions reinforced our companies desire to look at design
options for our subdivision that would offer an aesthetic element to be enjoyed by the Pine Point Community for years to come.
-May 8-12, 2006- We worked with the Town of
<![if !supportLists]>· <![endif]>To deed open space to the town which will become a landscaped area, which will be professionally landscaped by our company. If the Town and the neighborhood should so desire, this land may be used in the future for other uses as the Town and Neighborhood sees fit.
<![endif]>To provide common
open space access to the Town of
-May 16, 2006- We met with the representatives of the Pine Point Resident’s Group and offered our updated
plan. Our plan was a result of the work that we had accomplished with the Town of
Resident’s Group expressed their gratitude toward our Company’s efforts to date, and will
continue to discuss our progress with the other members of their group.
The following is a schedule of events as we move forward
-June 5, 2006- We are scheduled to be in front of the Scarborough Planning Board seeking Preliminary
Approval for our plan.
-June 7, 2006- We will be holding our 2nd Neighborhood meeting for the Pine Point Residents of
Scarborough at the
-June 26, 2006- Be it that we receive Preliminary Approval on June 5, 2006, we hope to be in front of the
-October 2006- As a courtesy to the residents of Pine Point, we will not start construction of the project until after October 1, 2006.
Enclosed you will find a copy of the most recent Subdivision Plan, dated May 18, 2006, outlining the many changes that we have made as a result of feedback from the Scarborough Community. We will discuss these changes in more detail at the upcoming Neighborhood Meeting being held on June 7, 2006 at 7:00pm, at the Blue Point Primary School. If you would like to attend this Neighborhood Meeting we ask that you call us to ensure that you will have a seat, as the last meeting was attended by over 100 people, some of whom had to stand.
Additionally, if you would like to contact us for any other reason please feel free to call us. We can be reached at (207) 363-0681, ext. 5.
Paul C. Hollis-President