Caryl Community Center Committee

The Caryl Community Center Project Committee is a volunteer working committee appointed by the Dover MA Board of Selectmen to help inform and engage residents about our upcoming Community Center vote October 7, 2019.

MISSION: “To produce in anticipation of a town meeting in 2019, facility options for town voters to choose whether to fully renovate and continue to provide community programs at Caryl or to build a new community center facility for that purpose.” (Read the full mission and project guidance here.)

CONTRIBUTE TO THE CONVERSATION
We post key documents, updates, and meeting minutes on this page, and also host other channels to engage the community. You can subscribe to this page (auto-notifications if anything on the page changes), subscribe to our email list at www.carylproject.info, follow us on Facebook (facebook.com/carylproject), or Next Door (https://nextdoor.com/groups/22281146/).

To request updates, ask a question, or share a comment, please visit us there … or simply reach out to a member you know.

MEMBERS
Selectmen Liaison: Bob Springett
Chairperson: Ford Spalding
Appointees: Amy Collins, Rich Forte, Erin Rodat-Savla, Terry Sobolewski, Leslie Schutte
Stakeholder Liaisons: Jen Cashman (DMA), Bob Cocks (COA), Val Lin (Parks & Rec), Karen Pierce (Dover Foundation), Amee Tejani (PTO /Friends of the Library), Ruth Townsend (COA, Dover Foundation, CMAC)

RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS

Special Town Meeting Warrant
10-7 Articles and Motions

Email Update #6 (10.3.19)
Email Update #5 (9.20.19)
(Updated) Open Letter to Dover Residents from 14 Community Organizations
Caryl Project Summary 8.24.19 FINAL
On-Site Final Assessment
Email Update #4 (Open Letter from Community Orgs – 9/5/19)
Email Update #3 (8.8.19)
Email update #2 (7.26.19) 
Email update #1 (5.15.19)
June 4th Feedback Forum (DSCTV video)
June 10th Feedback Forum (DSCTV video)
FAQ

The committee’s research primer
DSCTV Community Chat 
A discussion between community members Ford Spalding, Valerie Lin and Joanne Connolly about Dover’s future…and the role of a community center