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MARION
TOWN OF MARION
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
Posted: Feb 22, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CASE #821
The Marion Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a public hearing at 6:30 pm on Thursday, March 14, 2024 in the conference room of the Marion Police Station, 550 Mill Street, on the application of Carlos and Jennifer Varnum, represented by T2 Architecture, for a Special Permit under section 230-6.1E(1) of the zoning by-law to allow an increase in height of a non-conforming structure, greater than 10 per cent, but less than the allowable 35 feet.
The property, located at 534D Point Road, is further identified on Assessors' Plan 6 as Lot 39A.
Cynthia Callow, Chairperson
2/22, 2/29

MARION
TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
Posted: Feb 22, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, February 28, 2024, at 7:05 pm at the Marion Police Department Conference Room 550 Mill Street, also available via Microsoft Teams (Remote Meeting Option), on a Request for an Amended Order of Conditions, SE 041-1389, submitted by Jonathan G. & Jill J. Castle to extend the level area at the rear of the house as part of a previously amended scope to raze and rebuild the remaining 2-story portion of the original house, and relocate and install a new septic system at 406 Point Road.
The site is further identified as Lot 16 on Marion Assessors' Map 2. Plans are available at the Town House for review.
Jeffrey J. Doubrava, Chair
*Please contact Terri Santos at 508-748-3517 or tsantos@marionma.gov for the Microsoft Teams link. The meeting will be live streamed on ORCTV, and participants can call in any questions or comments.
2/22

MARION
TOWN OF MARION
PUBLIC NOTICE
Posted: Feb 22, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
PUBLIC NOTICE
Pursuant to Executive Orders 11988 (Floodplain Management) and 11990 (Wetlands) and Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) implementing regulations at Title 44 of the Code of Federal Regulations Part 9, FEMA hereby provides final notice of its decision to provide Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding for an action located in a floodplain and adjacent to wetlands. Funding would be provided through Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency to the Town of Marion to replace and improve the deteriorating Creek Road Wastewater Pump Station to mitigate against the risk of flood damage.
The proposed action is located on Creek Road in Marion. The project would raise the ground elevation of the 0.1-acre site to 12 feet above sea level by importing approximately a net of 6,500 cubic feet of clean fill. A new enclosed structure would be constructed on concrete columns to elevate the lowest floor to 24 feet above sea level. The enclosed structure would house electrical equipment, system controls, and a new diesel emergency generator. Pumps, motors, and other system components that cannot be housed in the elevated structure would be replaced with submersible equipment. Below-grade pump chambers would be relocated within the site further from the adjacent wetlands and the pipes conveying water into and away from the pump station would be relocated to accommodate the changes in pump station configuration.
The project is within a coastal area with a 1% or greater annual chance of flooding and additional hazard associated with storm waves. The project is adjacent to a tidal wetland connected to the Briggs Cove estuary. A map of the area of available upon request.
Alternatives considered included the relocation of the pump station and the "no action" alternative. Three properties were identified as the most feasible locations within a 1-mile radius of the existing pump station. None of the alternative sites identified were outside of mapped flood zones, however each of the three sites were in lower-risk areas than the current site. The alternative locations were analyzed based on parcel ownership, flood zone, proximity to a residence, required depth of excavation, cost of construction, site elevation, proximity to the existing site, and effects on environmental resources. The current site was found to be the only practicable location and solution to address existing risk without disrupting sewer service and to prevent release of hazardous pollutants during flooding.
Map requests and comments about this project and potential floodplain and wetland impacts should be submitted within 15 days of the date of this publication to:
Alexander Miller, Environmental Protection Specialist
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Cambridge, MA
Alexander.Miller@fema.dhs.gov; (202)-746-6856
2/22

MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
SELECT BOARD
Posted: Feb 22, 2024

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
SELECT BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
A public hearing has been scheduled for February 26, 2024, at 5:35 pm in the first floor Conference Room of the Mattapoisett Town Hall, 16 Main Street, Mattapoisett, MA and ZOOM, upon the application of What the Taco, 20 County Road, Mattapoisett, MA 02739 requesting an Entertainment License.
Manager of record to be Megan St. John
Jodi L Bauer, Chair
Jordan C. Collyer, Vice Chairman, R. Tyler Macallister, Clerk
2/22

MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
CONSERVATION COMMISS
Posted: Feb 22, 2024

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
CONSERVATION COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Mattapoisett Conservation Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 11, 2024 at 6:30 pm in the Town Hall (in person and remotely via Zoom **) on the Request for Amended Order of Conditions submitted by Quinn Henshaw for Prospect Road (off Chesapeake Run), Map 5, Lot 188 in Mattapoisett, MA. The applicant proposes to construct a single-family dwelling with associated grading, drilling of well and utility connections.
**Contact concomm@mattapoisett.net for the Zoom Meeting Information.
2/22

MARION
TOWN OF MARION
SELECT BOARD
Posted: Feb 15, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
SELECT BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Select Board will hold a public hearing at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at the Marion Town House Conference Room, 2 Spring Street, to consider the petition of NSTAR Electric Company, d/b/a Eversource Energy, covering the installation 44' +/- of conduit and 2 handholes on Front Street.
Carleton Burr, Jr. - Chair
2/15

MARION
TOWN OF MARION
COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COM
Posted: Feb 15, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Marion Community Preservation Committee will hold a public hearing on Friday March 8, 2024 beginning at 5:00 pm. The meeting will be held by Microsoft Teams. Please contact the committee chair, Jeff Doubrava, at CommunityPreservation@marionma.gov for log-in details.
The agenda for this meeting is as follows:
Review, amend and approve minutes of the February 9, 2024 meeting.
Review and discuss applications for CPA funding. Vote to present applications for consideration at annual town meeting, draft warrant articles.
The following applications will be considered:
Boatyard Park Boundary Survey and Sign Posting
Silvershell Parking Lot Engineering
Protection of Historic Files
Marion Shared Use Bike Path ROW Easements
Bird Island Lighthouse Engineering
Marion Shared Use Bike Path Engineering Update
Irrigation System Install
Cemetery Records Management Software
Historical Markers and Primary Source Education
Jeff Doubrava, CPC Chair
2/15, 2/22

MARION
TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
Posted: Feb 15, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
To be held at the Marion Police Department Conference Room
550 Mill Street
Also Available via Teams (Remote Meeting Option)
On March 4, 2024, at 7:05 pm the Marion Planning Board will hold a public hearing on proposed changes to the Zoning Bylaw pursuant to the requirements of MGL c.40A, s.5. To see if the Town will vote at Town Meeting to re-classify the following lots, located at 207-215 Wareham Street, from General Business Zoning District to Residence E Zoning District. FSJ Holdings LLC petition the Select Board pursuant to MGL Chapter 39, Section 10 to insert the following article into the warrant for the annual town meeting to be held in spring 2024.
To determine if the Town will vote at the Annual Town Meeting, pursuant to Article V, Section 230-5.3 of the Zoning bylaws, Town of Marion, Massachusetts to re-classify the following lots, located on 207-215 Wareham Street as Zoning District Residence E:
Map 11 Lot 90
Map 11 Lot 91
Map 11 Lot 91A
Map 11 Lot 91B
Said lots are further shown as Lot #2, 3, 4 & 5 on a plan entitled "Plan of Land in Marion, Mass. prepared for Abilio Rodriquez", dated May 1970, by Arthur C. Thompson, Inc. Engineering & Surveyors, Marion, Massachusetts and filed in Plymouth County Registry of Deeds in Plan Book 15, Page 789.
The public is invited to attend and comment on this matter and may inspect the full text at the Town Hall, 2 Spring Street, Office of the Planning Board, Town Clerk or online at: https://www.marionma.gov.
* Please email Doug Guey-Lee for the remote meeting information during regular business hours: dgueylee@marionma.gov. If you are a resident attending the public hearing, we request you identify your name and address for the record.
Tucker Burr, Chair
Andrew Daniel, Vice Chair
2/15, 2/22

MARION
TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
Posted: Feb 15, 2024

TOWN OF MARION
PLANNING BOARD
PUBLIC HEARING
To be held at the Marion Police Department Conference Room
550 Mill Street
Also Available via Teams (Remote Meeting Option)
The Marion Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on March 4, 2024, at 7:25 pm to consider the request of the Johnson Family Investments, LLC for an application for Site Plan Review pursuant to Section 230-9.1 of the Code of the Town of Marion for the proposed construction of an addition to the existing Fieldstone Farm Market building.
The property is located at 806 Mill Street, Marion MA and is further identified on Marion Assessor's Map as Plat 17, Lot 12 & 15A, zoned Residence C.
The public is invited to attend and comment on this matter and may inspect the full text at the Town House 2 Spring Street, Office of the Planning Board, Town Clerk during normal business hours. Please email Terri Santos for the virtual meeting information: tsantos@marionma.gov or 508-748-3517 during normal business hours.
Tucker Burr, Chair
Andrew Daniel, Vice-Chair
2/15, 2/22

MATTAPOISETT
TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
MATTAPOISETT SELF ST
Posted: Feb 15, 2024

TOWN OF MATTAPOISETT
MATTAPOISETT SELF STORAGE, Inc.
SELF STORAGE FACILITY AUCTION SALE
Mattapoisett Self Storage Operator's Sale for nonpayment of Storage Charges pursuant to the power of sale contained in M.G.L. Chapter 105A, Section 4. The following property will be sold at Public Auction at 10:00 am on March 4, 2024, on the premises of Mattapoisett Self Storage, 7 Industrial Drive, Mattapoisett, MA 02739. All household furniture, trunks, books, clothes, appliances, tools, antiques, miscellany held for: John Buckley, Unit C084; Andrea Cebula, Unit C225. Sale per order of Mattapoisett Self Storage. Tel: 508-758-4311. Terms: Cash. Units sold by the entirety. Sales are subject to postponement and/or cancellation. www.StorageAuctionSolutions.com Lic # 350.
2/15, 2/22

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