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James Q. Gulnac

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Company Description: Based in Sanford, Maine, Strategies for a Stronger Sanford (SFSS) is a nonprofit organization working to ensure a strong future for the area by supporting children,...   more

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Board of Directors | Strategies for a Stronger Sanford, 12 Feb 2015 [cached]
James Q Gulnac, AICP, City Planner, Director of Planning and Community Development Brownfields Coordinator, City of Sanford
Jim has been the Director of Planning & Community Development in Sanford since 2001; after serving 15 years as a Planning Consultant in central and southern New Jersey.
James Q. Gulnac, ..., 10 Oct 2014 [cached]
James Q. Gulnac, AICP Director of Planning & Community Development Brownfields Program Coordinator
Sanford Mainers, 12 May 2010 [cached]
Jim Gulnac
Read the latest news about Maine lakes and lakefront property, 7 Jan 2009 [cached]
So when Sanford Planning Director Jim Gulnac heard about a Targeted Assessment Grant from the federal Environmental Protection Agency, he immediately began setting up an application for Sanford and the Number One Pond.
According to Gulnac, if the EPA chooses Sanford for the Targeted Assessment Grant, the agency would hire consultants to begin testing the pond water for hazardous sediments to determine how much contamination there is and where exactly it is. Gulnac said because the EPA would not be handing the town a set amount of funding for this project, the agency can determine how much it wants to spend on the project and the degree of testing it will perform on the pond.
"The town has reason to believe that the pond is somewhat contaminated – this was Phase 1 of the project," said Gulnac. "If the EPA approves our application, they will hire consultants to begin the Phase 2 of the project – beginning the tests on the water quality of the pond. Phase 3 of the project would be the actual cleanup of the pond once the testing is complete. This could also be part of the Targeted Assessment Grant if we are approved.
Gulnac said within the application, town officials specify what kind of testing and work they would ideally like to be done on the pond, but ultimately, the EPA has control of the funds and their distribution. Gulnac said he would not hear whether the town has been approved for the grant until March. He has been working closely with the agency’s Boston branch representative Jim Byrne on this project.
"We would like a large amount of testing to be done within the pond, but also on different town properties around the pond," said Gulnac.
About Exec Board Members, 22 Dec 2012 [cached]
Jim Gulnac Sanford Town Planner 917 Main Street Sanford, ME 04073
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