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  • Thursday, February 04, 2021 4:14 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Sharon is seeking land use planning and economic development consulting services. 

    Reporting to the Town Administrator, with considerable input and guidance from the Planning Board and the Economic Development Committee (EDC), the consulting firm will provide support in completing the tasks associated with the implementation of the Imagine Sharon document.

    The consultant will:

    •    Develop action plans to address Imagine Sharon master plan goals
    •    Seek and prepare grants to support initiatives of the EDC
    •    Provide professional support to Planning Board in developing and
    •    drafting amendments to land use regulations
    •    Interact with the regional planning agency to take advantage of
    •    programs and activities

    It is anticipated that the consultant will work an average of approximately15-20 hours per week.

    A statement of qualifications and outline of experience performing similar duties for Massachusetts municipalities or on behalf of municipalities or regional planning agencies (including information/biography/resume/CV of personnel to be assigned) and a fee proposal in a separate document should be submitted to: Frederic Turkington, Town Administrator, at by 12 noon on Friday, February 19, 2021.

  • Thursday, January 14, 2021 2:11 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Arlington is requesting proposals for Consulting Services to updated the Town's Housing Production Plan.

    A copy of the RFP outlining the requirements for submission is available online or from the Purchasing Agent at

    For information contact Erin Zwirko, Asst.  Director of Planning and Community Development, at 781-316-3091 or

    The proposal may be viewed and downloaded from the Town website;!!B5cixuoO7ltTeg!W8uQcJw5er4TgOTNEACQga1I5Bd6OEE9LMlHrulm3CxecLBb3QXKv7C9SuB4341oLvU$

    Proposals will be received by the Purchasing Officer, Town of Arlington, Massachusetts on or before 2:00 PM, February 3, 2021 at the Town Manager’s/Purchasing Office, Town Hall Annex 2nd floor, 730 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, MA 02476. Late proposals will not be considered. There is a drop box in the Academy Street parking lot on the side of Town Hall for bids to be submitted as Town Hall is closed to the public.

  • Tuesday, January 05, 2021 11:39 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Medway seeks proposals from qualified firms to develop a MASTER PLAN consistent with the requirements of G.L. c. 41, §81D.

    Proposals must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 4, 2021, at the Office of the Town Manager, Town of Medway, Medway Town Hall, 155 Village St., Medway, MA 02053.

    To view and download the RFP, you must first register at:;!!B5cixuoO7ltTeg!R9xZ8IrKKYGIPBHM_hhjvI85MJCf1eG4Fcl2yNoKYOBUXeopoedGyV9_2D5E4W23iW0$

    You may also obtain a copy of the RFP by contacting the Medway Community and Economic Development Department at or (508) 321-4890.

    NO INCOMPLETE, FAXED, ELECTRONICALLY MAILED, OR LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE CONSIDERED. Proposals may be withdrawn prior to the scheduled time for the opening of proposals. Price proposals and non-price proposals must be submitted in separate envelopes.

  • Wednesday, December 30, 2020 10:15 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    Governor Baker’s recent COVID relief initiatives has funding for planning! $9 million dollars has been allocated to the Local Rapid Recovery Plan (LRRP) program, which is being managed the Downtown Initiative of DHCD.

    A call for consultants has been issued through an RFR posted at COMMBUYS, the State's procurement website.

    Responses are due Fri., January 12, 2021, at 3 pm. DHCD is looking for multiple consultants to provide technical assistance to communities to plan for COVID-19 recovery.

    COMMBUYS BID #BD-21-1076-OCDDE-OCD01-57259

  • Friday, December 18, 2020 8:25 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Request for Quotes for Technical Assistance is to assist small businesses in Arlington enhance their accounting and bookkeeping practices, their capacity for e-commerce, live commerce, social media marketing, or to otherwise help them create an online presence. Arlington seeks a consultant or multiple consultants (up to 3 consultants) to provide the technical assistance support while we manage the working capital grants.

    High-quality, experienced business consultants are sought to assist established small business owners in stabilizing and growing their business.

    Assistance and training should include, but is not limited to: accounting and bookkeeping, e-commerce, live commerce, marketing, and search engine optimization (SEO). The technical assistance offered should be a mix of one-one-one sessions and group workshops.

    Responses are due Fri., January 15, 2021, at 12 PM. Interviews may be done.  Arlington COVID-19 Business Resiliency Program will launch in Feb.  2021.

    Additional information is available:;!!B5cixuoO7ltTeg!XeM-k3D3Y_NYu211n8vg7WDgc0P6BsfxpZLfQwwoZi_dybeM9ccdF4NRCi4NMMKY-a0$

  • Friday, October 16, 2020 12:59 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    The Town of Arlington recently posted an RFQ for its Open Space and Recreation Plan update. Responses to this Request for Quotes are due Oct. 29.

    Arlington Open Space and Rec Plan Req for Quotes 10-2020.pdf

  • Saturday, October 03, 2020 11:43 AM | Leonardi Aray (Administrator)

    Medford Comp Master Plan RFQ - FINAL.pdf

  • Wednesday, September 16, 2020 12:15 PM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    BETA is seeking a Manager of Sustainability to integrate climate change, resiliency, and adaptation planning into a wide range of projects and lead a team of planners, engineers, and scientists for our diverse array of municipal and agency clients throughout New England. This is a senior level position.

    The ideal candidate will have experience with projects that include coastal resiliency and restoration, improving flood resiliency, watershed planning, hazard mitigation planning, flood mitigation planning, sea level rise planning, green/gray coastal design, sustainability practices, and grant writing.


    • Must have 15+ years of related experience (Resiliency/Sustainability/Planning/Engineering)
    • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Municipal Planning or related field, Master’s degree preferred
    • Certified Floodplain Manager and/or AICP certification is a plus

    How to apply:

    See full description & requirements at 

    Submit resume to, referencing job code 20-SM-01RB.  BETA Group, Inc., is an Engineering, Landscape Architecture and Planning firm established in 1982. It is a regional leader in Transportation/Traffic Engineering, Civil/Site Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water/Wastewater Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design & Planning, GIS/Asset Management, Environmental Sciences and Construction Services.

  • Tuesday, September 08, 2020 8:45 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    Kim Lundgren Associates, Inc. (KLA) is seeking an experienced Sustainability Planning Manager to support our team as we help our clients drive sustainability and climate action planning and engagement activities. KLA is a woman-owned, benefit corporation that partners with local governments to build the sustainable community they envision. 

    This is an opportunity to work with our growing team of climate, sustainability, engagement, and communications specialists. We expect this hire will have at least 3- 5 years planning knowledge and experience, with a focus on climate change, sustainability, and/or resilience. 

     See for full description.

    Please provide sample materials you feel demonstrate the depth and breadth of your sustainability planning knowledge and communication skills. This can be a paper, a presentation, blog, article, video, podcast, etc.

    Please send a letter of interest, resume, and writing sample to by September 18, 2020.

  • Friday, August 28, 2020 11:00 AM | Anne McKinnon (Administrator)

    Town of Harvard, MA Planning Board seeks responses to this Request for Information (RFI) as the first step in soliciting a highly qualified consulting team to conduct a three-phase project leading to the development of a Form-Based Code for our commercial corridor. See attached RFI and accompanying Ayer Road Corridor Framework Plan for details necessary for responding.

    • Due September 28, 2020
    • Contact Christopher J Ryan, Dir. of Community & Econ. Dev. at or 978-456-4100 x.323 with questions


    Ayer Road Development RFI 8-27-2020.pdf

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