- A regional athletic facility that would include an ice arena, a 50-meter swimming pool, and a therapeutic pool (the current Davan Pool).
- Re-location of City Hall.
- A centralized location for the city's social service organizations, including the Southern Maine Agency on Aging, the Westbrook Food Pantry, the Westbrook Historical Society, Westbrook Senior Citizens, the Boys & Girls Club and a day-care facility operated by the People's Regional Opportunity Program.
According to the co-chair of the Wescott Junior High School Re-Use Committee, Jim Violette, the committee wants to avoid asking the city's taxpayers to "contribute any significant money toward the project" to avoid political controversy. And the piece points to a Harriman Associates estimate that the price of the conversion from a school to a community center would be between $10 to $20 million, depending on what's built.
- John C.L. Morgan