Studies, Reports, Documents
Much has been written on the redevelopment of NAS Brunswick and the Topsham Annex. Here, you can read various reports and studies as well as documents that support the redevelopment process. If you need additional information, please call 207-798-6512 or email us.
Brunswick Executive Airport history
MRRA Public Benefit Conveyance of Airport Property – The Airport PBC was submitted to the Department of the Navy on December 24, 2009. The contents of the PBC application are listed below.
- Public Benefit Conveyance request cover letter to the FAA.
- Application for Airport Property
- Schedule A: Legal Description of Real Property
- Schedule B: Airport Layout Plan
- Schedule C: Description of Personal Property
- Schedule D: Related Lease
- Schedule E: Notice Pursuant to CERCLA 120(H)(1)
- Schedule F: NPDES Permits
- Schedule G: Air Credits
Brunswick Airport Master Plan Study – Hoyle, Tanner & Associates – December 2009. Because this document and the Airport Layout Plans are very large, we have divided it up into the following sections:
- Chapters 1 – 3
- Appendices A – C
- Appendix D
- Appendices E – H
- Appendix I – Airport Layout Plan (ALP) in several parts:
- Appendix J
- Aviation Feasibility Study – Executive Summary – April 2007
Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC) Information
- Understanding the Impact: Closing Naval Air Station Brunswick – Maine State Planning Office, January 2007
- The Impact of the BRAC Ordered Closure of the Brunswick Naval Air Station: A Regional Community Audit – By Planning Decisions and Career Prospects, Inc, March 31, 2006
- Community Design Guidelines for Brunswick Landing and the Topsham Commerce Park
- BNAS Housing Disposition and Redevelopment Plan August, 2009 – Given its very large size, this document is broken into five parts.
- BNAS Housing Disposition and Redevelopment Plan – July 2009 (Summary) – Presented to the MRRA Board on July 21, 2009
- Housing Overview – NASB and Topsham Annex by MRRA, February 2008
- Homeless in the Midcoast – Report on the Homeless in Midcoast Maine by Planning Decisions, Inc. January 8, 2008
- White Paper on Affordable Housing – By Steve Levesque, July 2007
- Information Technology Infrastructure Analysis – July 2008
- Economic Research Associates Business Plan – Business Plan November 2007
- BNAS Community Survey Report – Prepared by Market Decisions, May 2007
- Economic Research Associates Final Report – January 2007
The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority is established as a body corporate and politic and a public instrumentality of the State to carry out the purposes of this article. The authority is entrusted with acquiring and managing the properties within the geographic boundaries of Brunswick Naval Air Station. Read Maine Revised Statute, Title 5, Sections 13083-G through 13083-S for legislative text regarding MRRA.
Article 2-B: MIDCOAST REGIONAL REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
- 5 §13083-G. Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority established; goals
- 5 §13083-H. Definitions
- 5 §13083-I. Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority; powers; membership; obligations
- 5 §13083-J. Use of operating revenues
- 5 §13083-K. Property of authority
- 5 §13083-L. Special utility districts
- 5 §13083-M. Other municipal powers
- 5 §13083-N. Bonds
- 5 §13083-O. Interest of public officials, trustees or employees
- 5 §13083-P. Exemption from execution
- 5 §13083-Q. Designation as port of entry, international airport, foreign trade zone and free port area
- 5 §13083-R. Termination of the authority
- 5 §13083-S. Annual report
- 5 §13083-S-1. Brunswick Naval Air Station Job Increment Financing Fund
Budgets / Financials / Audits / Plans
- Adopted FY 2017 Budget Recommended to MRRA Board of Trustees
- Adopted Five Year Capital Improvement Plan FY 2017 to FY 2022
- Adopted FY 2016 Budget
- MRRA FY16 Capital Improvements Plan
- MRRA Strategic Business Plan
- Adopted FY15 MRRA Budget
June 30, 2017 Audit
June 30, 2016 Audit
June 30, 2015 Audit
June 30, 2014 MRRA Audit
June 30, 2013 MRRA Audit
June 30, 2012 MRRA Audit – (new this year, MRRA fiscal year begins July 1; Current fiscal year, FY13 (fiscal year 2013) began July 1, 2012 and ends June 30, 2013)
December 31, 2011 MRRA Audit
- [Financial Report Part 1 – missing tabs]
- Financial Report Part 2
- Management Letter
- Single Audit Act Compliance Letter
- Single Audit Report Part 1
- Single Audit Report Part 2
December 31, 2010 MRRA Audit
December 31, 2009 MRRA Audit
December 31, 2008 MRRA Audit
MRRA Reports to the Governor
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2016
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2015
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2014
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2013
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2012
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2011
- MRRA Annual Report to the Governor – 2010
MRRA Annual Reports (distributed at end-of-year Annual Board of Trustees meetings)
- MRRA Annual Report 2016 – Distributed at MRRA’s 9th Annual Board Meeting and Dinner – November 17, 2015
- MRRA Annual Report 2015 – Distributed at MRRA’s 8th Annual Board Meeting and Dinner – November 18, 2015
- MRRA Annual Report 2014 – Distributed at MRRA’s 7th Annual Board Meeting and Dinner – November 19, 2014
- MRRA Annual Report 2013 – Distributed at MRRA’s 6th Annual Board Meeting and Dinner – November 21, 2013
- MRRA Annual Report 2012 – Distributed at MRRA’s 5th Annual Board Meeting and Dinner – November 17, 2012
- MRRA Annual Report 2011 – Distributed at MRRA’s 4th Annual Board Meeting and Dinner – November 17, 2011
- MRRA Annual Report 2010 – Distributed at MRRA’s 3rd Annual Board Meeeting and Dinner – November 16, 2010.
Miscellaneous MRRA documents
- Economic Development Conveyance Application (Including the MRRA Operations Plan) – Due to its enormous size, this document is only available on CD by calling MRRA at 207-798-6512.
- Redevelopment Initiatives and Activities – Current handout
- MRRA Annual Report 2009 – Distributed at MRRA’s 2nd Annual Meeting and Dinner
- Annual Dinner Presentation 2009 – Maine Needs MRRA to Think Big by Chuck Lawton
- BNAS Case Study: De-militarizing the BNAS – Prepared by Anne Holland, with assistance from Brett Richardson, for the New England Environmental Finance Center’s “Next Communities Initiative,” Richard Barringer. ed/. Edmund S. Muskie School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine, Portland, May 2008.
Natural Resources Management Plan
Public Benefit Conveyances
Renewable Energy Center
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) study: “Using Net-Zero Energy Projects to Enable Sustainable Economic Redevelopment at the Former Brunswick Air Naval Base”
This report examines the economics of individual renewable energy technologies and the systemic benefits that can be gained when cost-effective renewable energy technologies are integrated with other systems and businesses in a community.
Brunswick Landing Target Industries
- Aviation / Aerospace
- Biotech / Biomed
- Composites and Advanced Materials
- Information Technology
- Clean Tech / Renewable Energy
Business Resources: Brunswick Landing Industry Reports and Profiles
Learn about the business climate for industry and supply chain development at Brunswick Landing and the Topsham Annex. There are so many opportunities for business development and expansion in the fields of renewable energy, aviation, composites, information technology and tourism at the 3,300 acre properties. Take a closer look to see the benefits of landing your business here.
- General Market Report for Brunswick-Midcoast area: Overview of business opportunities at Brunswick Landing, Topsham Commerce Park, including workforce statistics, education, housing and other economic develoment metrics.
- Regional Profile: Geographic snapshot of Midcoast communities, quality of life, education, and housing statistics.
- Aviation Industry Market Report: Includes demographics, labor information, and description of incentives.
- Composites Industry Market Report: Review of Maine’s composites sector, workforce information, and business assistance programs.
- Renewable Energy Market Report
- Business Incentives
- Workforce Training