The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission held its second meeting of the month on the evening of Monday, April 22, and gave long-awaited approval for a new house to be built on Little Pine Way. The hearing was continued from a prior meeting so that the engineer, Ken Ferreira, could resend notices to abutters and correct discrepancies on the proposed plans.
Despite some tense concern from neighbors that the newly submitted plans contained errors regarding property lines and could have potential to negatively impact flood conditions in the area, the Commission found no problems and approved the new plans.
In other business, they approved an RDA by Michael Viera to construct a garage at 35 Brandt Island Road and approved an NOI to demolish and rebuild a garage at 11 Shoreview Drive. The Commission also tabled the hearing regarding a certificate of compliance submitted by Sundance Trails LLC for a horse trail at 158 North Street.
Due to the Annual Town Meeting and a holiday, the next two meetings of the Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will be on May 9 and May 23 at 6:30 pm at the Town Hall.
By Eric Tripoli