The Rockport Select Board will meet Monday, June 28 at 7 p.m. to discuss an agenda that includes approval of the Gateway 1 Start-Up Funding Agreement.

According to Town Manager Robert Peabody’s notes for the meeting, that agreement will provide Rockport with $29,500 to fund a wastewater feasibility study and impact analysis to determine the most appropriate manner in which to extend sewer infrastructure to growth core areas identified in the Gateway 1 Corridor Action Plan.

The board will also consider an application from Molly Sholes to serve on the Gateway 1 Committee representing Rockport. She would be joining Richard Remsen who is currently on that committee.

The board will also consider approval of a Public Utilities Commission Energy Grant of $10,000 to identify energy savings as a result of reducing electrical and fossil fuel use in the operation of municipal buildings. This grant requires a $1,200 cash match, which is included in the opera house budget.

In addition, the board will vote for representatives to the Maine Municipal Association’s Legislative Policy Committee and several town committees and boards.

The board will also consider a request from Chris Mills and Derek Deabler to beautify the cul-de-sac on Patty’s Circle. According to Peabody’s notes, Mills and Deabler have secured the signatures of several neighbors in support of their plans and understand that their work will become a donation to the town.

Finally, the board will consider a request from residents of Sea Street, represented by Gerry Millet, for closure of a portion of School Street for a block party on the Fourth of July.

The June 28 meeting of the Rockport Select Board will be held at the Rockport Opera House and will be televised on Channel 22. For more information, call the Rockport Town Office at 236-0806.