WESTPORT, Conn. – First Selectman Jim Marpe has established the Center for Senior Activities Enhancement Committee for the Town of Westport.
The committee’s mission will be to “define the accommodations necessary to enhance the current Center for Senior Activities facility in order to meet the evolving needs and anticipated demand” of the community’s seniors in particular, and Westport residents in general.
Led by Selectman Avi Kaner, the appointed committee will be co-chaired by Stan Nayer and Lynn Goldberg.
In coordination with relevant town departments including human services, building and parks and recreation, the committee will develop a plan to enhance the CSA and its neighborhoods within the town-owned property zoned as open space at Baron’s South.
“I am confident that the members of the committee will collaborate and establish a well-thought out plan for the current Senior Center that maintains its welcoming presence and vital role in our community. At the same time, it is important to think outside the box as we move forward with plans to utilize both the Senior Center and the Baron’s South property to their fullest potential to benefit all Westport residents,” said Marpe.
The first meeting of the CSA Enhancement Committee will be held Thursday at the Center for Senior Activities.
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