Master Plan Implementation Committee
The Master Plan Implementation Committee (MPIC) was formed by the Arlington Redevelopment Board in September, 2015, to implement the recommendations of the Arlington Master Plan, Your Town Your Future, adopted by the Redevelopment Board (Arlington's Planning Board) on February 4, 2015, and endorsed by Town Meeting on May 11, 2015.
The MPIC meets quarterly to review the Implementation Table. The Implementation Table is organized into actions that are in progress, ongoing activities, annual reporting activities, activities to be assigned or reassessed, actions on hold indefinitely, and completed actions. The Lead Entity and any support is identified, the Approximate Timeline is noted as is whether Town Meeting action is required. Finally, necessary resources and status is noted.
Contact Erin Zwirko for any questions about the Master Plan Implementation Committee at 781-316-3091 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town Meeting Report
The MPIC has formed a number of subcommittees to advance recommendations in the Master Plan. These are:
This group will create an action plan and advance the Master Plan strategies related to the Town’s Historic and Cultural Resource Areas.
Following a resolution of the 2016 Annual Town Meeting, the Residential Study Group was formed to recommend revisions to the Zoning Bylaw that address concern for neighbor impacts of new residential construction in established neighborhoods.
Following the recodification of the Arlington Zoning Bylaw (ZBL), the Zoning Bylaw Working Group will review and propose amendments to the ZBL as identified through the Master Plan and the recodification processes.
This group oversaw the completion of a comprehensive zoning update. The recodified Arlington Zoning Bylaw (ZBL) was updated and revised to be clearer, internally consistent, reflective of the Master Plan, and in compliance with M.G.L. Chapter 40A and current case law. The recodified ZBL was adopted by Special Town Meeting on February 12, 2018 and approved by the Attorney General in June 2018.