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• Nantucket Grown Campaign - A program that helps to connect local farms and farmers to local restaurants. It includes a magazine, a brand carried by restaurants that source locally and an annual four day NantucketGrown Food Festival held the weekend after Columbus Day. It is designed to help build a more self-reliant and locally based food system on island and a strong, local economy. Sustainable Nantucket relies on annual fund support to continue its vital work. Donations ensure not only that current programs will continue to grow, but that new initiatives may be taken to further our mission to steward our resources and sustain a healthy community, economy, and environment on Nantucket. If you would like to contribute your time, volunteer help is always needed for our programs, special events and day-to-day operations.
TOWN MANAGER Town Building, 16 Broad St., 1st floor 228-7255 Email: email@example.com Web: nantucket-ma.gov
C. Elizabeth Gibson, Town Manager Amanda Perry, Human Resources Director The Town Manager is appointed by the Board of Selectmen. This official’s job is to coordinate and administer policies set by the Board of Selectmen, as well as the duties and responsibilities set forth in the Town Charter.
TREE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Educational Programs to Enrich Students in the Search for Excellence. The T Theory® Foundation is a Private Foundation supporting year-round educational scholarships and enrichment programs for Cape Cod and Nantucket schools and/or organizations.
Meets as needed this committee writes specifications for tree work bids, establishes time and date for such work and makes recommendations to the Board of Selectmen on contracts. It serves in an advisory capacity to the DPW, develops policies and procedures, as necessary, to ensure proper care of Town-owned trees, reviews and makes recommendations in response to requests for action on Town-owned trees, reviews and updates Town tree inventory, maintains tree maintenance records, develops tree care ordinance for review by the Board of Selectmen, assists in fundraising for service organizations, makes recommendations to the DPW on tree maintenance needs based on monthly viewings and / or meetings. REQUIRED MEMBERSHIP: 5 members-at-large; Tree Warden and DPW representative
THE TRUSTEES OF RESERVATIONS
SEE FINANCE DEPARTMENT
COSKATA COATUE WILDLIFE REFUGE / GREAT POINT 44 Wauwinet Rd., 02554 228-5646, 228-0006 Gatehouse Web: thetrustees.org
T THEORY® FOUNDATION, INC. Ms. Paula M. Burke, President and Executive Director 1-888-228-2995 Web: ttheoryfoundation.org
TOWN CLERK Town Building, 16 Broad St., 1st floor 228-7216 Fax 325-5313 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Web: nantucket-ma.gov
Catherine Flanagan Stover, Town Clerk Nancy Holmes, Assistant Town Clerk The Town Clerk is an elected official who administers elections, records the proceedings of all Town Meetings, keeps official town records, including its vital statistics, and maintains the municipal code. The Town Clerk’s office is the place to obtain petition forms and nomination papers. It also issues marriage licenses, certified copies of births and marriages, death certificates, dog licenses and other licenses and permits determined by state statutes.
The Trustees of Reservations is a non-profit conservation organization, founded in 1891 to preserve, for public use and enjoyment, historic places and beautiful tracts of land within the Commonwealth. It relies for support entirely upon endowments, admission fees, membership, grants and contributions. Three conservation organizations protect over 1,600 acres and nearly 18 miles of shoreline. The largest portion is The Trustees’ Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge – 1,117 acres of beach, dunes, estuary and woodlands. The Refuge has over 10 miles of shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean, Nantucket Sound and Nantucket Harbor. Besides barrier beach and dunes, the property includes ■