The Dunstable Board of Selectmen is seeking volunteers to serve on the newly established Union Building Rehabilitation Committee.

The Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the Board of Selectmen on the rehabilitation of the Union Building, including establishing a long-term plan for rehabilitation, estimating costs and developing an approach for the renovation, and creating a plan to advance the rehabilitation of the building taking into consideration both the future use of the building and availability of funding.

This work will include the review of all existing studies and documents developed in association with the building and its condition, determining and negotiating funding that should be provided by the GDRSD in connection with their lease agreement with the Town of Dunstable, recommending a rehabilitation approach (phased or one project), identifying a viable re-use(s) for the building, and also funding sources for the project.

The Committee is to be comprised of a total of seven members: one member of the Board of Selectmen, one representative from the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District, one individual who has experience in residential or commercial development, one member with a background in banking and/or finance, and three members of the community at-large.

Please send an email expressing your interest, background, and experience to the Board of Selectmen https://www.dunstable-ma.gov/user/113/contact and also to the Town Administrator, Jason Silva at jsilva@dunstable-ma.gov.