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October 6, 2003: The Hancock County Planning Commission releases final report of the Peninsula Tomorrow State of the Peninsula: A Regional Status Report. This report provides readers with detailed census and economic data for the Blue Hill Peninsula towns. The report also summarizes values and concerns expressed by residents during community meetings and break-out sessions.


PAST PRESS RELEASES

Press Release For Release May 8, 2003

Make it Happen or Watch it Happen: Blue Hill Peninsula Tomorrow Community Conference Set for May 10

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Next Peninsula Tomorrow Meeting will be Monday, October 21, 2002 at 7:00 p.m. at the Blue Hill Consolidated School. Subcommittees will be working over the summer to address specific needs:

If you are interested in meeting with a committee, contact members listed on the Contact page.


Peninsula Tomorrow Group to Meet May 13, 2002

Peninsula Tomorrow would like to invite the public from the six communities to join us on May 13 from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Blue Hill Consolidated School. On that evening, we will quickly run through the results from our first meeting, and then will break down into working groups for each of the issues listed above. The working groups will then frame the issue and identify ways to gather data in preparation for inclusion in a State of the Peninsula report. This report will give us a benchmark for the years to come, and perhaps identify some solutions for current concerns.

Refreshments will be served during the initial overview at 6 p.m. If you would like to be added to the e-mail list to receive information about this and/or future meetings of Peninsula Tomorrow, please e-mail to Tom Martin . Peninsula Tomorrow has been organized by Coastal Acadia Development Corp. (economic development), the Hancock County Planning Commission (planning issues), the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Program, Healthy Peninsula, and the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.

For more information please contact:

Tom Martin, HCPC 667-7131 or tmartin@hcpcme.org
Jim Schatz, Blue Hill Town Hall 374-2281