Members of the Falmouth (MA) select board are seeking residents to serve on a committee to build a new fire station.
According to a report published by The Falmouth Enterprise, the select board has already chosen seven of the 11 candidates. Committee candidates should have experience in the building procurement and construction or have firsthand knowledge and its needs.
According to the newspaper report, each of the selected candidates submitted resumes, references and explained their interest in serving to the select board.
Falmouth has a good track record with citizen advisory committees which most recently involved with the community’s senior center which was completed on time and under budget, the newspaper reported.
At a town meeting in April voters approved construction of a new fire station near the George Gaspa Sports Complex, the paper reported. Further, the committee is charged with working with the project manager, the architect, town manager, fire chief and the finance director to oversee the design and construction of the station.