Collector Paving Working Group

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Committee Membership

The Collector Paving Working Group consists of one member from each PACTS municipality that is eligible for capital funding, and two (2) MaineDOT staff.

Members

NameTitleAffiliationEmail
Craig ChekanCity EngineerBiddefordcraig.chekan@biddefordmaine.org
Jay ReynoldsPublic Works DirectorCape Elizabeth

jay.reynolds@capeelizabeth.org

Bill ShaneTown ManagerCumberlandwshane@falmouthme.org
Justin EarlyTown EngineerFalmouthjearly@falmouthme.org
Adam BlissTown EngineerFreeport
abliss@freeportmaine.com
Tom PoirierDirector of Community DevelopmentGorhamtpoirier@gorham.me.us
LaRay HamiltonSenior Project ManagerMaineDOT
LaRay.Hamiltion@maine.gov
Ryan HodgmanProject ManagerMaineDOTRyan.Hodgman@maine.gov
Clark BastonPublic Works DirectorNorth Yarmouth
nypwd@northyarmouth.org
Joe CooperPublic Works DirectorOld Orchard Beachjcooper@oobmaine.com
Lauren AndersenCity EngineerPortlandlandersen@portlandmaine.gov
Travis MooreDeputy Director of Public WorksSaco
tmoore@sacomaine.org
Angela BlanchetteTown EngineerScarboroughablanchette@scarboroughmaine.org
Doug HowardDirector of Public WorksSouth Portlanddhoward@southportland.org
Katherine KelleyCity EngineerWestbrookkkelley@westbrook.me.us
Mark ArientiTown EngineerWindhammtarienti@windhammaine.us
Erik StreetDirector of Public WorksYarmouthestreet@yarmouth.me.us


GPCOG Staff

NameTitlePhone
Elizabeth RobertsTransportation Engineer899-3374


Committee Responsibilities

The Collector Paving Working Group is an ad hoc advisory group to the PACTS governing boards. The Collector Paving Working Group is charged with recommending to the PACTS governing boards: 

  • Updates and changes to the section on Collector Preservation Paving Set Aside (currently page 13 of TIP Policies and Procedures).
  • Developing the scoring formula for selecting projects that can be explained in the Policies and Procedures and easily understood by the general public. 
  • A list of items that can and cannot be included in the projects as well as any exemptions to the list. 
  • Guidance on how often and how to rate pavements. 
  • Other restrictions on projects such as project length, type of road, etc. 
  • Guidance for planning, sequencing, and allocating funds to pavement preservation projects through the PACTS Collector Paving Program and the PACTS Crack Sealing Set Aside (through the PACTS Municipal Partnership Initiative).