Friday, May 7, 2010
ConsCom shorts, April 27
• 249 Concord Street. The Conservation Commission (ConsCom) previously reviewed a plan presented by George Dimakarakos of Stamski and McNary for Walter Hickman for an addition, increased driveway paving, and portions of a septic system, and found that requirements to protect wetlands resource areas have been met. They voted on April 27 to close the public hearing and issue a Standard Order of Conditions.
• 142 Bedford Road. George Dimakarakos of Stamski and McNary, representing the applicant, William O’Brien of Pinnacle Partners, returned to the ConsCom with previously presented plans for a new two-bedroom dwelling and associated work in a wetland buffer zone at the site formerly occupied by an old concrete block house. “There is a buyer,” said Dimakarakos. The Commission earlier had approved a Certificate of Compliance regarding tear down of the old house, which has been completed. ConsCom members voted to close the public hearing and issue a Standard Order of Conditions with the added special condition that the yard be delineated by a fence to separate it from the neighboring wetland.
• 60 Gormley Way. A new Notice of Intent was presented by Dimakarakos, representing Wilkins Hill, for grading and utilities associated with the construction of a single family home. “This seems remarkably uncontroversial,” observed Chair Peter Burn. The ConsCom voted to close the public hearing and issue a Standard Order of Conditions.
• 185 Concord Street. Geoffrey Freeman of Clark Farm LLC appeared before the ConsCom with a Notice of Intent. “My wife and I have purchased the Clark Farm,” began Freeman. “We are proposing to put a new well on the property and use the existing two wells for irrigation.” He also plans to remove some invasive vegetation surrounding the well area, in particular some bittersweet that is killing one of the trees. The ConsCom moved to close the public hearing and issue a Standard Order of Conditions. ∆
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