File Name Date Added File Size
ORP Agenda 07-27-17.pdf - 7/19/2017 7/19/2017 325.56 KB
Possible Reuse Concepts for Intial Discussion Purposes Only.pdf - 6/21/2017 6/21/2017 4,938.87 KB
ORP Meeting Agenda 2017 June 22.pdf - 6/20/2017 6/20/2017 78.48 KB
ORP Forum Agenda 2017 June 20.pdf - 6/20/2017 6/20/2017 79.14 KB
Agenda 6-22-17.pdf - 6/16/2017 6/16/2017 139.15 KB
Public Forum and Site Walk - June 20.png - 6/16/2017 6/16/2017 1,855.70 KB
ORP Meeting Agenda 2017 May 25.pdf - 5/17/2017 5/17/2017 76.61 KB
ORP Meeting Minutes 2017 Apr 27.pdf - 5/8/2017 5/8/2017 219.33 KB
ONeil_Street_Assets_Map.pdf - 4/18/2017 4/18/2017 328.03 KB
Assets and Ideas from Committee.pdf - 4/18/2017 4/18/2017 240.89 KB
ORP Meeting Agenda 2017 Apr 27.pdf - 4/12/2017 4/12/2017 74.16 KB
ORP Agenda 2017 Apr 05 Site Walk.pdf - 4/3/2017 4/3/2017 69.90 KB
ORP Meeting Minutes 2017 Mar 30.docx.pdf - 4/3/2017 4/3/2017 93.18 KB
ORP Meeting Agenda 2017 Mar 30 v2.pdf - 3/29/2017 3/29/2017 76.67 KB

Assets and Ideas from Committee:  At the March 30 Committee Meeting, members were asked to provide their ideas for re-use of the site, along with a list of current neighborhood assets and the principles and values of the neighborhood. This document is a compilation of the feedback received


O'Neil Street Site Walk Conceptual Designs and Public Forum - June 20 2017 from SPC-TV on Vimeo.

On March 20, 2017 the City Council passed Order #154-16/17, appointing members to the O'Neil Street Facility Re-Use Planning Committee.

The Committee will carry out a public process that provides the City Council the necessary
input and information to make an informed decision regarding developing a re-use proposal(s) for the existing Public Works facility on O’Neil Street.

. The Committee objectives include:

  • Holding a series of productive and outcome-oriented meetings, where new relationships are formed, residents gain confidence in the process, and results are achieved in the determined timeframe

  • Working with City Staff and Sebago Technics to hold multiple public forums, and participating in those forums, to produce tangible feedback that will be used to inform the final recommendation(s)

  •  Assisting with public engagement in order to maximize the involvement of the public in the process; educating residents about the characteristics of the property, its challenges and opportunities, and communicating how redevelopment may occur

  • Using alternative methods of gathering public comments, and communicating with the public across multiple media throughout the process

  • Recommending and presenting between one and three options for the City Council to consider as they make their decision


Patti Smith
Barbara Dee
Linda Boudreau
Craig Piper
Steve Marston
Linden Thigpen
Sara Zografos
Harold Spetla
Josh Reny
Tex Haeuser