Three members of the Marion Conservation Commission met on the evening of Wednesday, March 28, and they made quick work of the evening’s agenda. The Commission scheduled a site visit to a home on Allen’s Point Road, to determine whether or not they can consider approving the paving of the home’s driveway. They need to verify that amendments made to the building plans in past meetings are being satisfied before the land is paved.
The Commission then decided to continue the public hearing regarding the project of John P. and Craig F. Lawrence of 5 Pawkechatt Way, who would like to construct some additions to the property, two decks, a pump house and a gazebo. Commission member Wendy Carreau was unable to vote due to direct involvement with the project, leaving the hearing without a voting quorum.
Lastly, the Commission voted in favor of granting a third three-year extension permit to the Kittansett Club for three fairways on the golf course, and voted in favor to grant the Club a certificate of compliance for the construction of new maintenance facilities.
The next meeting of the Marion Conservation Commission will be on Wednesday, April 11 at 7:00 pm at the Marion Town House.
By Eric Tripoli