With four continuances knocking out what could have been a very long meeting on March 23, the Mattapoisett Conservation Commission quickly got down to business and handled a very light agenda.
The Preserve at the Bay Club received an amended Order of Conditions for 104A Fieldstone Drive to add a retaining wall and some fill that will slope towards the delineated wetlands.
Also for The Preserve at the Bay Club was a Negative 3 determination for an application for a Request for Determination of Applicability for property located at what is presently classified as 111 Fieldstone Drive. The town assessor will establish a new street numbering system for some of the parcels in this housing development, which at the present time may go by more than one identifying number. Clarification will be provided once the numbering system is established for all parties concerned, from town offices to emergency services, and for legal documents.
Chairman Bob Rogers also touched on the matter of establishing wetlands bylaws and distributed an updated draft, which can be found on the Town’s website.
He once again noted that he will meet with the selectmen and if acceptable to them, will move forward with one or more public hearings prior to Town Meeting.
As previously noted, the following continuations were moved to the April 16 agenda: RDA application filed by the Buzzards Bay Coalition for the building of walkways and bridges in Nasketucket Bay State reservation; NOI filed by Christopher and Veronica Brockwell, 11 Randall Lane for the clearing of woods for pasture lands; ROC filed by Matt and Kaitlin Keegan, 41 Aucoot Road; and ongoing discussions with the homeowners of 2, 3, and 4 Seabreeze Lane for possible wetlands encroachments.
The next meeting of the Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will be April 16 at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall meeting room.