Several groups are scheduled to meet on Thursday night, and they invite residents to join them and give feedback for what the future of Silver Lake will entail.
Town Manager Jeff Hull and his staff have been working with Recreation, Police, Public Works, Health, and Public Buildings representatives to discuss proposals for the upcoming beach season at the popular lake, including potential changes to rules and regulations.
A forum is slated for Thursday at 6:30 p.m. inside Town Hall to discuss these proposals, and residents are encouraged to attend and provide their own feedback.
Among the proposed changes are revisions to beach rules, parking regulations, non-resident beach fees, and the physical facilities at the main beach, fish pier, and baby beach, according to an announcement on the town website.
The purpose of the potential changes is "to address the issues and ensure a positive and safe beach experience for all," the town said.
A warrant article is also on the horizon for this year's Annual Town Meeting. If approved, it would provide the Wilmington Police Department to issue non-criminal fines for violation of beach rules and regulations.