The Bristol Town Council holds a special meeting tonight, Oct. 8, in the Burnside Memorial Building on Hope Street primarily to discuss two multi-year plans, including one for the Qunita-Gamelin building in Colt State Park.
The meeting starts at 7 pm.
The Quinta-Gamelin building near the entrance to Colt State Park was turned over to Bristol in August by the Army Reserve after being closed for seven years. Over the next year, the building will undergo a $1 million renovation project that will transform it into a community center.
Other capital projects for Bristol also are on the agenda, including a future bond issue.
Here is the agenda:
Bristol Town Council Special Meeting, 7 pm Burnside Memorial Building 400 Hope St.
AGENDA 1. Interview/Appointment a. Waypoyset Preserve Trust (to fill unexpired term to expire in January 2014) 1. Bryan Leffingwell, 4 Massasoit Avenue - interest/appointment 2. Quinta Gamelin Center Multi-year Plan 3. Capital Projects 5-year Plan and Future Bond Issue 4. Adjournment