- Boards & Committees A - G
Boards & Committees A - G
Bikeway & Pedestrian Committee
The Sandwich Bikeways/Pedestrian Committee's mission statement is "To preserve, promote, and enhance The Town of Sandwich’s biking and walking resources."
Board of Appeals
The Sandwich Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) is a quasi-judicial board which interprets and applies the Town's Zoning Bylaws.
Board of Assessors
Find out when this board meets, read through past agendas and minutes and find out who the current members are.
Board of Health
Find out who the members of this board are, when it meets and read through past agendas and minutes.
Cable TV Advisory Committee
This committee informs and educates the public about local cable television services. The committee also provides the local "Issuing Authority," the Board of Selectmen, assistance in gathering information about the local cable television operator's (Comcast's) performance and the community's needs and interests.
Cape Light Compact
The Cape Light Compact's purpose is to represent consumer interests in emerging competitive markets for electricity.
Capital Improvement Planning Committee
The Capital Improvement Planning Committee (CIPC) is a five-member committee appointed by the Town Moderator for a one-year term.
Charter Review Committee
This committee is currently inactive.
Commission on Disability
The Commission is charged with assisting in the inclusion and integration of people with disabilities in the activities, services and employment opportunities of the community in accordance with federal and state disability laws.
Community Preservation Committee
The Sandwich Community Preservation Committee is comprised of four members at large appointed by the Board of Selectmen, one member of, and as designated by, the Conservation Commission, Historical Commission, Planning Board, Housing Authority, and Recreation Committee with initial staggered terms, and three years terms thereafter.
The Sandwich Conservation Commission was established in 1960 to protect the town's natural resources in a regulatory and advisory manner.
Council on Aging
The Council on Aging provides services, programs, information and referrals for all residents 60 and over and also for disabled under 60.
The Sandwich Cultural Council is part of the Massachusetts Cultural Council's network of 329 Local Cultural Councils serving all 351 cities and towns in the Commonwealth.
The Committee meets the second Monday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Human Services Building.
The Finance Committee's primary statutory responsibility is to advise and make recommendations to Town Meeting on the budget and other financial matters.
Glass Town Cultural District Steering Committee
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Golf Advisory Committee
The Sandwich Golf Advisory Committee is responsible for advising and assisting the Board of Selectmen on matters pertaining to Sandwich Hollows Golf Club operations and facilities.