The Marion Conservation Commission on Wednesday decided to tell the Kittansett Club to clean up its current mess before making more of one.
Members drafted a letter informing the club that its request for a three-year Extension Permit to continue to stockpile materials near the coastal bank by the driving range had been denied, because “there’s more being done there than was originally approved,” said Joel Hartley after a recent site visit by the Conservation Commission.
Hartley said the letter could include a directive to apply for a Notice of Intent, in effect resetting the process for the Kittansett Club.
Elsewhere on the agenda, the Conservation Commission gave the green light to Daniel and Heather Goodwin of 80 Water St. to raze the existing garage, construct an attached garage with a mudroom and deck, and relocate and lengthen the driveway.
Members also voted to grant a Full Certificate of Compliance to Dorothy Brown of 7 Shawondasse Rd. for installing a drainage system discharging into drywells.
Finally, the Conservation Commission approved a resolution supporting John Root in his effort to secure a grant for a local presentation on edible gardening.
By Shawn Badgley