The Water Storage Planning Committee will review water storage infrastructure and capacity in the Town of Weston. The first priority of the Committee will be for the Town to achieve its goal of properly maintaining a safe and functioning water system. Secondarily, the Town wishes to meet the first priority with as little intrusive impact on the abutters and other residents of the Town as possible.
The Committee will recommend a course of action to the Select Board to address the siting the replacement of water tanks including any issues such as landscaping, screening, service/support areas, appearance including height, color, any needed security issues, and issues surrounding the Article 97 land disposition.
Members of this Committee are appointed by the Select Board for a term of two years.
Photos: current condition of the Paines Hill Water Tank (1958), flaking protective concrete coating, exposing steel reinforcing cables, causing rust.
Select Board Representative (to be determined)
Planning Board Representative (to be determined)
Conservation Commission Representative (to be determined)
Finance Committee Representative (to be determined)
Three Citizens of the Town:
Priority is given to those with knowledge of public water supplies or hydraulics and/or the general vicinity of the tanks.